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Unser Team bietet Ihnen auf dieser Internetseite einen Überblick über Ausschreibungen mit Bezug zu europäischer Forschungs- und Innovationsförderung. Die Ausschreibungen sind chronologisch nach ihren jeweiligen Einreichungsfristen geordnet. Weitere Möglichkeiten zur Suche nach EU-Ausschreibungen sowie Partnern für Projektanträge finden Sie hier:

Das EU-Rahmenprogramm für Forschung und Innovation, Horizon Europe (2021-2027), folgt auf Horizon 2020. Zu den Horizon Europe-Ausschreibungen zählen z.B. die des European Research Council (ERC). Am Ende der Horizon Europe-Ausschreibungen, die weiter unten auf dieser Seite aufgeführt sind, finden Sie einen Link zum "Funding & Tender Portal", wo die Horizon Europe-Projektanträge eingereicht werden. Zudem werden über das Portal bewilligte Horizon Europe-Projekte abgewickelt. Detaillierte Informationen zur Antragstellung finden Sie auf der Horizon Europe-Antragsseite des EU-Hochschulbüros.
Auch die Europäischen Struktur- und Investitionsfonds (ESIF) fördern Forschung und Innovation. Zu diesen zählen u.a. der Europäische Fonds für Regionale Entwicklung (EFRE), inklusive der Europäischen Territorialen Zusammenarbeit (Interreg), der Europäische Sozialfonds (ESF) und der Europäische Landwirtschaftsfonds für die Entwicklung des ländlichen Raums (ELER). Weitere Informationen zu den einzelnen ESIF-Ausschreibungen finden Sie weiter unten auf dieser Seite. Die ESIF-Antragsseite des EU-Hochschulbüros bietet detaillierte Informationen zur Antragstellung.
Neben den Horizon Europe- und ESIF-Ausschreibungen finden Sie unten weitere Ausschreibungen mit Bezug zu europäischer Forschungs- und Innovationsförderung. Für die Stichwortsuche nutzen Sie bitte die Suchleiste.

BiodivERsA and the Water JPI launched a joint call on "Conservation and restoration of degraded ecosystems and their biodiversity". 31 funding organisations from 27 countries are planning to join this call and have reserved – together with the EU Commission – a total amount of over 20 million Euro. This call will cover the following three non-exclusive themes:

  • Studying the biological and biophysical processes at stake for conservation/restoration, and their interactions
  • Assessing trade-offs and synergies between targets, benefits and policies for conservation and restoration
  • Knowledge for improving the effectiveness and upscaling of conservation and restoration actions

This joint call includes a focus on freshwater aquatic systems but ALL ENVIRONMENTS (I.E. TERRESTRIAL, FRESHWATER AND MARINE) ARE ELIGIBLE. Each participant in a funded project will be funded by his or her national/ regional organisation(s) participating in the call. For German applicants, the rules of DFG or BMBF/ DLR-PT apply respectively. Please note that it is mandatory to follow their requirements. To make sure that all requirements are met and to receive latest information, please contact your respective funding organisation contact point. A two-step process will apply, with a mandatory submission of pre-proposals at the first step. The closing date for pre-proposals (step 1) will expire on 7 December 2020. An information webinar will be organised on the 27 October 2020 to answer all your questions about this call. A registration is necessary.
Further information of BiodivERsA
Further information of Water JPI

The ERA-NET Bioenergy launched a call for proposals on "Development and improvement of biomass conversion technologies for the provisioning of heat for industrial processes". Bioenergy has a key role to play in achieving EU climate targets and already accounts for more than two thirds of total renewable energy in the EU. Taking into account, that it is not only important to maintain and increase the amount of renewable resources that can be harvested on a sustainable basis, but also to use the available biomass as efficiently as possible. Public funding is available for this joint call from funding bodies in Austria, Germany, Poland and Switzerland. The German national funding will be legally and financially based on parts of BMEL’s programme "Förderprogramm Nachwachsende Rohstoffe FPNR" with possible funding via this call in two core areas:

  • 1. Bestimmung und Entwicklung von Technologien und Systemen zur Bioenergiegewinnung und -nutzung mit dem Ziel der weiteren Reduzierung von Treibhausgas- und Schadstoffemissionen in den Haupteinsatzgebieten Strom, Wärme und Kraftstoffe
  • 2. Flexible und effiziente Bioenergieanlagen zur Erzeugung von erneuerbaren Energieträgern (Strom, Wärme und Mobilität) in Verbindung mit Systemintegration und Sektorkopplung

Projects addressing fundamental research and/ or feasibility studies are not eligible (Technology Readiness Level (TRL) <4). There is no obligation regarding the number of companies to be involved from Germany, but company participation is recommended in order to ensure exploitation of results. Please note that there are several other national funding requirements. Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the FNR. On 11 November 2020 a networking webinar will be organized to give researchers the chance to interlink with each other and enlarge consortia. There will be a two-stage submission procedure for joint applications: pre-proposals and full proposals. Consortia who pass the first evaluation stage are invited to submit their full proposals. The pre-proposal submission deadline is going to expire on 26 January 2021. In addition, German applicants have to send an email to FNR with (A) ca. 100 words information on the focus of the total project and (B) ca. 200 words on the contributions of the German partners to the project until 11 January 2021. You will receive information if the idea is basically eligible or not and have a chance to adjust the project idea. Until 26 January 2021, 13:00 CET, applicants who are interested in funding via FNR are obliged to submit the German additional information "Zusatzformular" to FNR in parallel to submitting the pre-proposal. In case of late or failed submission, the respective project will be deemed ineligible in order to ensure the fairness towards other applicants.
Further information

Die Bekämpfung des Klimawandels und die anvisierte Klimaneutralität Europas bis 2050 ist eine der Prioritäten der EU-Kommission. Daher wurde eine Horizon 2020-Ausschreibung zu den Themen des "European Green Deal" veröffentlicht:

    Call area 1: Increasing climate ambition: cross-sectoral challenges
  • Topic 1: Preventing and fighting extreme wildfires with the integration and demonstration of innovative means
  • Topic 2: Towards climate-neutral and socially innovative cities
  • Topic 3: Climate-resilient innovation packages for EU regions
  • Call area 2: Clean, affordable and secure energy
  • Topic 1: Innovative land-based and offshore renewable energy technologies and their integration into the energy system
  • Topic 2: Develop and demonstrate a 100 MW electrolyser upscaling the link between renewables and commercial/industrial applications
  • Topic 3: Accelerating the green transition and energy access Partnership with Africa
  • Call area 3: Industry for a clean and circular economy
  • Topic 1: Closing the industrial carbon cycle to combat climate change - Industrial feasibility of catalytic routes for sustainable alternatives to fossil resources
  • Topic 2: Demonstration of systemic solutions for the territorial deployment of the circular economy
  • Call area 4: Energy and resource-efficient buildings
  • Topic: Building and renovating in an energy and resource efficient way
  • Call area 5: Sustainable and smart mobility
  • Topic: Green airports and ports as multimodal hubs for sustainable and smart mobility
  • Call area 6: Farm to Fork
  • Topic: Testing and demonstrating systemic innovations in support of the Farm-to-Fork Strategy
  • Call area 7: Restoring biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Topic: Restoring biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Call area 8: Zero-pollution, toxic-free environment
  • Topic 1: Innovative, systemic zero-pollution solutions to protect health, environment and natural resources from persistent and mobile chemicals
  • Topic 2: Fostering regulatory science to address combined exposures to industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals: from science to evidence-based policies
  • Call area 9: Strengthening our knowledge in support of the European Green Deal
  • Topic 1: European Research Infrastructures capacities and services to address European Green Deal challenges
  • Topic 2: Developing end-user products and services for all stakeholders and citizens supporting climate adaptation and mitigation
  • Topic 3: Transparent & Accessible Seas and Oceans: Towards a Digital Twin of the Ocean
  • Call area 10: Empowering citizens for transition towards a climate neutral, sustainable Europe
  • Topic 1: European capacities for citizen deliberation and participation for the Green Deal
  • Topic 2: Behavioural, social and cultural change for the Green Deal
  • Topic 3: Enabling citizens to act on climate change, for sustainable development and environmental protection through education, citizen science, observation initiatives, and civic engagement
  • Das Antragsverfahren ist bei allen Themen einstufig angelegt. Die Einreichungsfrist endet bei allen Themen am 26. Januar 2021.
    Weitere Informationen zum Green Deal Call
    Weitere Informationen zum Green Deal

The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) has been established to help in coordinating the research efforts of European, Associated and non-European countries in the field of rare diseases. This year EJP RD call fosters research projects on Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) which are of major importance to better understand and improve healthcare implementation and everyday life of people living with a rare disease. Projects shall involve a group of rare diseases or a single rare disease following the European definition i.e. a disease affecting not more than five in 10.000 persons in the European Community, EC associated states and Canada. Transnational research proposals must cover at least one of the following areas, which are equal in relevance for this call:

  • Health & social care services research to improve patient and familial/household health outcomes,
  • Economic Impact of Rare diseases,
  • Psychological and Social Impact of Rare diseases,
  • Studies addressing the impact/burden of the delay in diagnosis and of the lack of therapeutic intervention,
  • e-Health in rare diseases: Use of innovative technology systems for care practices in health and social services,
  • Development and enhancement of health outcomes research methods in rare diseases,
  • Effects of pandemic crisis and the global outbreak alert and response on the rare disease field, and the emergence of innovative care pathways in this regard.

Consortia need to include clinical expertise and SSH expertise in their proposals. Moreover, patient involvement is strongly encouraged for patient-centred successful applications. There will be a two-stage submission procedure for joint applications: pre-proposals and full proposals. The call is scheduled to open in December 2020, with a pre-proposal submission deadline in February 2021. The content and procedures of the call described in this early announcement may be subject to change and are not legally binding.
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Die EU-Kommission hat folgende Themen ausgeschrieben, die über den Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) gefördert werden:

  • Developing and implementing local integration strategies through multi-stakeholder partnerships,
  • Address assistance, support and integration of third-country national victims of trafficking in human beings,
  • Reducing obstacles and promoting access to basic services for third-country nationals,
  • Migrant children's transition to adulthood,
  • Promoting complementary pathways for people in need of protection and their further integration,
  • Promoting the participation of migrants in the design and implementation of integration policies.

Das Antragsverfahren ist einstufig angelegt. Die Einreichungsfrist endet am 16. Februar 2021.
Weitere Informationen

FLAG-ERA will publish its Joint Transnational Call 2021 for collaborative research projects in synergy with the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagships by the end of 2020. FLAG-ERA gathers national and regional funding organisations in Europe and beyond with the goal of supporting, together with the EU Commission, the FET Flagship initiatives e.g. the Graphene Flagship. The Graphene sub-call is sub-divided into two parts, one for basic research and one for applied research and innovation. German applicants are only eligible for the basic research part funded by the DFG:

  • 1. Layered Magnetic Materials and Heterostructures
  • 2. Growth and device integration of two-dimensional amorphous materials
  • 3. Scalable growth & device integration of UltraLow Power Spin-Orbit Memories based on GRMs
  • 4. Bacterial degradation of GRMs
  • 5. GRM based devices and circuits for neuromorphic computing
  • 6. Infrared+THz emission and detection with twisted GRMs
  • 7. Functionalized GRMs for advanced multivalent metal-ion batteries (MMIBs)
  • 8. Chemical sensing with GRMs
  • 9. MXene foams for capacitive deionization water desalination
  • 10. Rheological models for GRM suspensions and multiphase flows

An information webinar is planned for January 2021. The purpose of this pre-announcement is to enable interested parties to start building their consortia and preparing their proposals. Note that the present pre-announcement is for information purposes only: It does not create any obligation for the FLAG-ERA consortium nor for any of the participating funding organisations, and the official call announcement shall prevail.
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Die EU-Kommission hat im neu geschaffenen Horizon 2020-Programmteil "European Innovation Council" (EIC)-Pilot einen Preis für Beiträge zu kostengünstigen Satellitenstarts ausgeschrieben. Der Preis, der mit 10 Mio. Euro dotiert ist, hat das Ziel, die Entwicklung kostengünstiger Startdienste für kleine Satelliten zu fördern. Zugleich liegt die Betonung auf Nachhaltigkeit, was auch durch Wiederverwendbarkeit zu erreichen ist. Die Bewerbungsfrist endet am 01. Juni 2021, um den Teilnehmer*innen Zeit für die Entwicklung ihres Modells zu geben. Vor Bewerbung müssen sich die Teilnehmenden registrieren lassen. Wer zum Zeitpunkt der Antragstellung bereits einige "Light"-Satelliten in den Orbit befördert hat, erhält zusätzliche Punkte.
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COST ist eine durch Horizon Europe (2021-2027) geförderte zwischenstaatliche Initiative zur europäischen Vernetzung, die allen wissenschaftlichen Disziplinen offen steht. COST Actions finanzieren u.a. die Organisation von Veranstaltungen, Training Schools, Publikationen und Short Scientific Exchanges. COST fördert nicht die Forschungsmaßnahmen selbst.

Die geförderten Netzwerke haben eine Laufzeit von vier Jahren. Das Besondere bereits bewilligter COST Actions liegt in der laufenden Aufnahme neuer Mitglieder. Sie können die COST-Datenbank der bereits bewilligten COST Actions nach für Sie relevanten Stichworten durchsuchen.

COST Actions bieten verschiedene Vorteile für Forschende wie z.B.:

  • Sie erleichtern Kontakte zu europäischen Partnern, woraus sich gemeinsame Vorhaben im Bereich Forschung und Innovation entwickeln können wie u.a. Publikationen oder Projektanträge.
  • Sie bieten vielfältige Möglichkeiten der Karriereentwicklung, was insbesondere für junge Wissenschaftler*innen nützlich sein kann.

Das Antragsverfahren für neue COST Actions ist themenoffen (Bottom-up-Prinzip) und einstufig. Der nächste Stichtag ist der 29. Oktober 2021.
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The ForestValue Research Programme announced a call for joint European research projects. The call will support basic and applied research and is focussed on solutions how forests and forest-based activities could best contribute to reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It will address the whole forest-based value chain and will produce knowledge to support the best possible use of forests and forest resources as well as to provide multiple benefits for society and the economy. The precise topics are to be defined by the participating funders; however, the topics will be broad and crosscutting and the call will aim to encourage and make best use of cross-sectoral, coherent and integrated perspective (nexus approach). The call for proposals is expected to open in January 2021. Projects are supposed to start late 2021/early 2022. Please note that the information given in the pre-announcement is provisional and subject to change in the official call announcement being published with the call opening.
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