We are pleased to inform you that the CHANSE (Collaboration of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe) consortium will soon announce a call for international research projects: Transformations: social and cultural dynamics in the digital age. The programme has been co-created by the HERA and NORFACE networks and will be implemented by 27 research funding organisations from 24 countries, coordinated by the National Science Centre, Poland (NCN). The total call budget amounts to EUR 36 M and includes over EUR 26 M of national allocations complemented by up to 10 million in co-funding from the European Commission.
Information about the call:
Project team: Composed of at least four Principal Investigators, i.e. partners, eligible to receive funding from the CHANSE funders from four or more different countries participating in the call
Project duration: 24-36 months
Recommended cap on funding for one international project: 1 500 000 EUR
- Official call announcement and launch of the submission system: March 2021
- Deadline for outline proposals: May 7th, 2021, 14.00 CEST
- Deadline for full proposals (for invited applicants): December 7th, 2021, 14.00 CET
- Call results: May/June 2022
- Earliest funded project start: September/October 2022
Countries participating in the call:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
PARTNER SEARCH TOOL:
In order to facilitate the process of forming research consortia, we offer applicants a partner search tool available here: https://ncn.gov.pl/partners/chanse/. This tool can be used by projects looking for partners and partners looking for projects.
In mid-January 2021 the full list of national contact points will be published on the CHANSE website and then they will be available for questions about national eligibility requirements.
For general questions please contact:
Dr Malwina Gębalska, CHANSE programme coordinator
Michał Kaczmarek, CHANSE Coordination Office
National Science Center, Poland