CEDR TRANSNATIONAL ROAD RESEARCH PROGRAMME
Transnational Road Research Programme of the Conference of European Directors of Roads (CEDR)
|Zielgruppe||Kleine und mittlere Unternehmen (KMU), Große Unternehmen (GU), Universitäten, Fachhochschulen, Forschungseinrichtungen, Einzel-ForscherInnen|
|Art des Angebots||Förderung|
Applications must be submitted by a Project Coordinator of a consortium - of at least two independent legal entities (including the coordinator) - from different countries - a maximum 75% of the workload can be assigned to one partner
|Einreichung||Einreichung nach Ausschreibungs-Prinzip|
|Was wird gefördert||-|
|Min. / max. Förderung||- / -|
|Förderbare Kosten||Personnel: type of work with personnel cost rates (including overheads) Equipment: only depreciation during the project can be considered Sub-Contracting: public procurement directive must be applied Others: travel, meetings, etc related to the project.|
|Min. / max. Laufzeit||24 Monate|
This Transnational Research Programme follows on from previous programmes organised under the ERA-NET ROAD brand. “ERA-NET ROAD – Coordination and implementation of Road Research in Europe” was a Coordination and Support Action funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission which concluded in December 2011. The goal of ERA-NET ROAD (ENR) was to develop a platform for international cooperation and collaboration in research areas of common interest. This included the production of an “ENR-toolkit” for carrying out transnational research and trials of the various procedures developed through a series of projects and programmes funded directly by European Road Administrations. Full details of the research projects commissioned through this process can also be viewed at the ENR website www.eranetroad.org.
The aim of the CEDR Transnational Road Research Programme is to promote cooperation between the various European road administrations in relation to road research activities. The specific objectives of the topics of a call are contained in the recpective Description of Research Needs (DoRN).