The Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program Large-scale collaborative research projects are co-promotion projects led by national companies and carried out in partnership between companies and non-corporate entities of the R&D System and research groups at Carnegie Mellon. These projects will be funded through the System of Incentives for Research and Technological Development Call (Sistema de Incentivos à Investigação e Desenvolvimento Tecnológico – Aviso N.º 04/SI/2019) launched in March 13th of 2019 by Compete 2020.
2019 CALL IS CLOSED
To promote the internationalization of Portuguese universities, research centers and companies, supported by the experience and organizational culture of US universities, namely Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), under this international partnership.
Collaborative projects for research and technological development (R&TD) promoted by national companies and carried out in partnership between companies and non-corporate entities of the R&D System (ENESII) to foster industrial research and experimental development activities, leading to the creation of new products and services, processes or systems or the introduction of significant improvements in existing products and/or services.
NUTS Regions of mainland – North, Center, Lisbon, Alentejo and Algarve.
The research area open under the CMU Portugal Program is the broad ICT area, with a preferential focus on:
It is preferable that these projects help to consolidate the intergovernmental “Atlantic Interactions” initiative.
The applications will be submitted through the Balcão Portugal 2020 platform.
Applications can be submitted between March 13, 2019 and
May 31, 2019 (7:00 PM). NEW DEADLINE: June 17, 2019 (7:00 PM)
The total budget available for the Call is 22.8 Million euros, with a minimum available for the CMU Portugal Program of 5M and an estimated budget of 1,25 M€ per project.
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