Anna University - Proposals for joint Research Programmes

Anna University , Chennai

Proposals for joint Research Programmes


DST has called for Proposals for joint Research Programmes with Australia, Czeck republic, Germany and Netherlands, as could be seen from the extracts of the announcement given below. The website addresses are also given below. Faculty members who are interested may submit proposals through CTDT.


1.INDIA – AUSTRIA SCIENTIFC-TECHNOLOGICAL CO-OPERATION (2013 – 2014)

CALL FOR PROJECT PROPOSALS CLOSING DATE : AUGUST 31st 2012

Website address: http://www.dst.gov.in/whats_new/whats_new12/cop_india-austria.pdf


2. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (DST), REPUBLIC OF INDIA

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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, YOUTH AND SPORTS (MSMT), CZECH REPUBLIC

INDO-CZECH PROGRAMME OF COOPERATION IN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

CALL FOR JOINT PROJECT PROPOSALS

CALL OPENING DATE: 05th June, 2012

CALL CLOSING DATE: 20th July, 2012

The Indo-Czech Programme of Cooperation in Science and Technology facilitates bilateral cooperation between scientists/researches of the two countries by way of exploratory visits, joint R&D projects, and joint seminars/workshops. The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science & Technology of India and the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS) are the nodal agencies to implement the programme in India and Czech on the respective sides.

Website: http://www.dst.gov.in/whats_new/whats_new12/cop_indo-czech.pdf


3. Call for Proposal / Application (2012) :

Max Planck Society, Germany – DST, India Program

Pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in October 2004 between Max Planck Society (MPG), Germany and Department of Science & Technology (DST), India, applications/proposals are invited for

(i) Max Planck Partner Group (PG) at Indian Partner Institutions (IPI) (ii) Max Planck - DST Visiting Fellowship

The program will be administered and implemented in India by the Indo-German Science & Technology Centre (IGSTC) on behalf of the Department of Science & Technology (DST).

Partner Group - Eligibility and Funding

Max Planck Partner Groups can be established at an Indian Partner Institute (IPI) when a young scientist (Post-doc/young faculty, max. age 38 years as on 1st January 2013) of proven excellence - after a minimum stay of 12 months at an MPI - returns to a high-performance and appropriately equipped laboratory at an IPI and continues to work on a topic that also enjoys priority at the previous host institute (i.e. MPI). Partner Groups therefore, enable both the MPI and the Head of the Partner Group based at an IPI to continue a sustained scientific interaction.

MPG will allocate up to 20,000 euro p.a. for up to 5 years (initially for 3 years duration) for Partner

Groups established at IPI. The Indian side shall provide funding (max. rupee equivalent of 20,000 euro p.a.) for matching the research activities.

Fellowship - Eligibility and Funding

Max Planck-DST Visiting Fellowships are awarded to scientifically outstanding, promising and talented young Indian scientists at the post-doc/young faculty level not older than 35 years as on 1st January 2013. Fellowship holders will receive from MPG/MPI a sum of 3,000 euro p.a. for up to four years. A minimum one month’s visit per year is obligatory. Travel cost will be awarded for each visit to MPI by the Indian side

Details and application procedure available at www.igstc.org (Indo-German Science & Technology Centre – IGSTC) or www.dst.gov.in (Department of Science & Technology) – from 06th June 2012. Application Deadline – 10th September 2012

Website address: http://www.dst.gov.in/whats_new/whats_new12/COP_DST-MPG.pdf



4.
Call for proposals

Functional Materials

Cooperation in Research between India and the Netherlands 2012

1 Introduction


1.1 Background

The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) jointly open a call for proposals. The topic of this call is Functional Materials. This program offers funding opportunities for bilateral research cooperation between Dutch and Indian research groups.

This call for proposals sets out information about the possibilities for submitting applications, the conditions that applications must meet and the procedure for assessing the applications.


1.2 Available budget

The call budget covers funding for maximum 3 joint bilateral projects, jointly funded by DST and NWO. A project allows for the application of four PhD / post-doc positions: two in India (duration and fellowship amount as per terms and conditions of DST) and two in the Netherlands (duration and fellowship amount as per terms and conditions of NWO).

The Dutch part of the project grants are awards of maximum € 475,000. The Indian part of the grant would be as per requirements of the project team for items covered in  3.2.


1.3 Validity of the call for proposals

This call for proposals is valid until the closing date 09-10-2012

Website address: http://www.dst.gov.in/whats_new/whats_new12/cop_india-netherland.pdf


With greetings, Prof. S.Kanmani,

Director CTDT