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FNRS à l'international

The FNRS forges international links as a founding member of the European network Weave " Research Funding Without Borders ".

The Board of Directors of the FNRS decided, at its meeting of October 6, 2020, to become one of the founding members of the European network Weave "Research Funding Without Borders". This network brings together several European research funding agencies that have decided to mutually open up their project funding instruments. In practice, this means that FWB researchers will be able to apply, between January and April 2021, to the CORE calls of the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) and Encouragement of Projects of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). Similarly, it will be possible to include Swiss and Luxembourg participants in the FNRS PDR call.

More information on the Weave network: www.weave-research.net.

 


Opening of the call for proposals " FY2021 - JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research in Japan (Standard) »

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CALL | Fight Kids Cancer 2020-2021: opening of the first stage of the call

This is a call for proposals organized by the European Science Foundation (ESF) in the framework of the Fight Kids Cancer project. The deadline for responding to the 1st stage of this call ('Expression of Interest') is 6/12/20.

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6 projects financed at the end of the PINT-Bilat-M 2020 call between the F.R.S-FNRS and the " NSFC " (China)

The Fund for Scientific Research - FNRS (F.R.S.-FNRS), in partnership with "The National Natural Science Foundation of China - NSFC" (China), is pleased to announce the results of the call launched in early March 2020 in the framework of the instrument called "PINT-BILAT-M" (bilateral research mobility projects).

Fifteen applications have been submitted to evaluation procedures by the F.R.S.-FNRS and the NSFC (China) and the agencies have jointly selected six projects for funding, details of which can be found in the list below.

Each team funded by the F.R.S.-FNRS will receive a maximum amount of 15.000 € over a period of two years in order to finance, in particular, travel, scientific workshops/congresses and, possibly, operating costs. The projects will be carried out in collaboration with Chinese teams which will be financed by the NSFC (China).

 


Results of the bilateral call for 2020 projects between the F.R.S-FNRS and " MOST " (Taiwan)

The Fund for Scientific Research - FNRS (F.R.S.-FNRS), in partnership with "The Ministry of Science and Technology - MOST" (Taiwan), is pleased to announce the results of the first call launched in spring 2020 within the framework of the instrument called "PINT-BILAT-M" (bilateral research mobility projects).

Seven applications were submitted to evaluation procedures by the F.R.S.-FNRS and MOST (Taiwan) and the agencies have jointly selected four projects for funding, details of which are listed below.

Each team funded by the F.R.S.-FNRS will receive a maximum amount of 15.000 € over a period of two years in order to finance, in particular, travels, scientific workshops/congresses and, possibly, operating costs. The projects will be carried out in collaboration with Taiwanese teams which will be financed by the "MOST" (Taiwan).

 


Webinar: Global Health Research, European Opportunities and Thesis Co-supervision Netherlands/Belgium/France

Languages of the webinar: Dutch, French, English // Talen van het webinar: Nederlands, Frans, Engels

 

Global health research, European opportunities and co-supervision of thesis - Netherlands/Belgium/France

Wednesday, December 2, 2020, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am

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In a context of very dense research cooperation between France, Belgium and the Netherlands, this webinar aims to present good practices on co-supervision of thesis and to present opportunities for cooperation in the field of health (Food, Pharmaceuticals, Medicine, Biology, Veterinary, Global Health). In addition to the possibilities of links between France, Belgium and the Netherlands, the European dimension will be central to the exchanges. Website of the event

 

Program

9:30 am - Introductory message on the importance of scientific cooperation

  • S. H. E. Mrs. Hélène FARNAUD-DEFROMONT, Ambassador of France in Belgium
  • S. Mr. Luis VASSY, Ambassador of France to the Netherlands

9h40 - Part 1: Opportunities for cooperation at the European level

Presentation of the European context and the opportunities of the next framework program. Examples of cooperation opportunities.

Moderator: Carle BONAFOUS-MURAT, Permanent Delegate of the CPU in Brussels, President of CLORA

  • Mrs. Virginie SIVAN, French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, representative on the health program committee
  • Mr. Pierre VAN DAMME, Director of the Vaccine Evaluation Center of the UAntwerpen
  • Ms. Connie BEZZINA, Professor of Molecular Cardiogenics at the University Hospital of Amsterdam

10h35 - Part 2: How to encourage co-supervision of thesis?

Testimonials of initiatives on thesis co-supervision, particularly in the context of European universities.

Moderator: Carle BONAFOUS-MURAT, Permanent Delegate of the CPU in Brussels, President of CLORA

  • Prof. Rachid BENNACER, UPSaclay, PhD Coordinator for International Relations (EUGLOH)
  • Ms. Bibiane FRECHE, Ph D, ULB Doctoral Unit (coord.) / Postgraduate Unit (Head) - Université Libre de Bruxelles (CIVIS)
  • Mr. Alexandre BONVIN, Professor, Scientific Director of the Bijvoet Centre for Biomolecular Research at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Utrecht

Agenda NCP-FNRS

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