2012 – Call for Proposals and Scheme Guidelines
CNRS-Oxford Collaboration Scheme
2012 Call for Proposals and Scheme Guidelines
Purpose of the Scheme
The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the University of Oxford have established the CNRS-Oxford Collaboration Scheme to enhance existing collaborations, and to facilitate the development of new collaborations, between researchers at two leading research organisations.
The Scheme will provide small grants to support
(i) joint research workshops between researchers from CNRS-affiliated units and Oxford to identify and develop new collaborative opportunities (maximum grant value: 5000 euros from CNRS; £4000 from Oxford)
(ii) short research visits as part of a collaborative activity that researchers from CNRS-affiliated units and Oxford wish to pursue together (maximum grant value: 3000 euros from CNRS; £2400 from Oxford) Grants will support direct costs of the activity (e.g. travel and accommodation, event-related costs).
CNRS will support CNRS-related costs (e.g. travel and accommodation of researchers from CNRS visiting Oxford, event-related costs for hosting a workshop in France).
Similarly, Oxford will support Oxford-related costs.
The Scheme is open to researchers across all disciplines at CNRS and Oxford.
The contact point for the Scheme at Oxford is Stephen Conway,
Associate Director, Research Services (firstname.lastname@example.org
44 (0)1865 270043),
and at CNRS is Anne-Marie Brass, Deputy Director,
Direction Europe de la Recherche et Coopération Internationale (DERCI) (email@example.com
33 (0)1 44 96 44 59).