The Aurora and DAAD Mobility Programmes – Researcher Exchange for New Collaboration between Norway and France/Germany

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Purpose

The AURORA and DAAD mobility programmes are designed to establish and expand the contact between educational and research institutions in Norway and corresponding organisations in France and Germany. The purpose is to strengthen European research collaboration under Horizon Europe, the next EU research and innovation framework programme. Researchers from Norway may seek support for funding for short-term visits in France or Germany for the purpose of launching and developing new joint research projects.

Important dates

14 Aug 2019

Date call is made active

25 Sep 2019

Application submission deadline

01 Jan 2020

Earliest permitted project start

Important dates

About the results of the application assessment process

Total amount sought
NOK 3 500 000
Amount awarded
NOK 1 900 000
Total number of applications
48
Number of approved applications
25
Approved applications
Project no.
Organization
Project title
Sought
Published
310197Institutt for informatikkTowards an Explainable AI in ManufacturingN/A22.06.2021
310118NILU - STIFTELSEN NORSK INSTITUTT FOR LUFTFORSKNINGAtmospheric transport of microplastic particles in Central Europe and the Arctic (MicroTransN/A22.06.2021
309874NORCE NORWEGIAN RESEARCH CENTRE ASPast changes in inter-annual climate variability: linking tropical and high latitude processesN/A22.06.2021
309794HØGSKULEN PÅ VESTLANDETSynchronous Languages meet Asynchronous SemanticsN/A22.06.2021
309773Senter for materialvitenskap og nanoteknologiFundamental Organometallic Gold (Au) ChemistryN/A22.06.2021
309723UNIVERSITETET I BERGENKnowledge quality assessment as a sense-making device: an enquiry into uncertainties, agency and climate changeN/A22.06.2021
309662SIMULA RESEARCH LABORATORY ASResearch Exchange in Combinatorial Scientific ComputingN/A22.06.2021
309597UNIVERSITETET I AGDERGeometry of some non-classical Banach spaces.N/A22.06.2021
309545Universitetet i OsloGallium oxide for efficient power electronicsN/A22.06.2021
309502NORSK UTENRIKSPOLITISK INSTITUTTRecomposing the Islamic field in the Arab Gulf (STATEISLAM): State power and religious autonomyN/A22.06.2021
309497UNIVERSITETET I OSLODendritic computation during hippocampal network oscillationsN/A22.06.2021
309478CICERO SENTER FOR KLIMAFORSKNINGRAISING ACCESS TO RESOURCES FOR ADAPTIVE CAPACITIES TO CLIMATE CHANGEN/A22.06.2021
309391NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNUExergaming for Physical and Cognitive Activity (EPCA)N/A22.06.2021
309364UNIVERSITETET I TROMSØ - NORGES ARKTISKE UNIVERSITETReal Algebraic Geometry and OptimizationN/A22.06.2021
309346HØGSKULEN PÅ VESTLANDETSecurity-relevant analysis of execution tracesN/A22.06.2021
309324NTNU FAKULTET FOR INGENIØRVITENSKAPQuantitative analysis of the local mechanical behavior of Functionally Graded Material obtained by SMATN/A22.06.2021
309319University of Bergen (Universitetet i Bergen)Algorithmic Automata Theory: A multivariate approachN/A22.06.2021
309285Institutt for lærerutdanning og skoleforskningDigital and inclusive challenges for Norwegian and German Learning and EducationN/A22.06.2021
309256UiO, Institutt for geofagModeling the long- and short-term carbon cycleN/A22.06.2021
309220NORGES MILJØ- OG BIOVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET (NMBU)Developing co-production of lipids and chitosan in oleaginous filamentous fungiN/A22.06.2021
309196NTNUFundamentals of Silicon nucleation and growthN/A22.06.2021
309153NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNUKey Exchange for Today's InternetN/A22.06.2021
309138Institutt for matematikk og statistikkDifferential-Geometric Structures: Invariants and IntegralsN/A22.06.2021
309025UNIVERSITETET I BERGENRole of integrin alpha11beta1 in joint destruction in inflammatory arthritis.N/A22.06.2021
308903INSTITUTT FOR ENERGITEKNIKK AVD KJELLERYttrium oxyhydride for hydrogen generation by solar water splittingN/A22.06.2021

Messages at time of print 28 January 2022, 13:15 CET

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