Collective Research - Funding, Guidelines
The funding of cooperative research projects (sector projects) in Collective Research supports pre-competitive research projects which do not include any directly exploitable product and process or service developments. The funding level is max. up to 65 % of total eligible projects costs. Submission is possible at any time and funding is carried out by non-repayable subsidies.
|Program Owner / Sponsor|
Bottom-up, Circular Economy, Climate-Neutral City, Digitalisation & Broadband, Energy Transition, Further research areas, Innovative & Competitive Companies, Life Sciences & Health, Mobility Transition, People, Qualification & Gender, Production & Materials, Quantum: Research & Technology, Society & Security, Space & Aviation, Wood: Research & Knowledge Transfer
(a) The submitter is either a representative body and in any case has a research institution as an additional partner. (b) The submitter is a non-university research institute and has at least three companies or an advocacy group in the respective industry as an additional partner.
Submission possible anytime
|Selection by||Evaluations are conducted by experts of the FFG. The evaluation is carried out throughout the General Programme scoreboard and some additonal guidelines for Collective Research funding.|
|What is being funded||The funding level is max. up to 65 % of total eligible projects costs (non-repayable subsidies).|
|Min. / max. funding||0 / max. € 325,000 per project year /|
|Eligible costs||Information on the eligible costs is available in the guidelines for Collective Research and in the current version of the FFG Cost Guide.|
|Min. / max. running time||12 - 12 months|
|Availability from||01.04.2020 - constantly|
Collective Research stands for cooperative research projects for whose results are made available to the industry and is open to all topics.
Description of the target group:
In Collective Research, interest groups or non-university research institutions are invited, together with a so-called User Committee consisting of at least three companies from the industry sector, to submit their cooperative applications for funding.