4th International Call for Research Proposals

Basic Information

CHIST-ERA is looking for transformative and highly multidisciplinary research projects in ICST. They should explore new ideas with potential for significant scientific and technical impacts in the long term. Each year, CHIST-ERA launches a call for research proposals in two new topics of emergent scientific importance (Quantum Communication and Autonomic Systems in 2010, Knowledge Extraction and Low-power Computing in 2011, Intelligent User Interfaces and Adaptive Communication Networks in 2012). In the Call 2013, two separate topics are addressed, namely: Adaptive Machines in Complex Environments (AMCE)and Heterogeneous Distributed Computing (HDC).

Network CHIST-ERA II
Website http://www.chistera.eu/
Aim of the joint call CHIST-ERA is looking for transformative and highly multidisciplinary research projects in ICST. They should explore new ideas with potential for significant scientific and technical impacts in the long term. Each year, CHIST-ERA launches a call for research proposals in two new topics of emergent scientific importance (Quantum Communication and Autonomic Systems in 2010, Knowledge Extraction and Low-power Computing in 2011, Intelligent User Interfaces and Adaptive Communication Networks in 2012). In the Call 2013, two separate topics are addressed, namely: Adaptive Machines in Complex Environments (AMCE)and Heterogeneous Distributed Computing (HDC).
Type of joint call One Stage - Call with no pre-proposals submission
Events
Launch date 25/10/2013
Deadline Full-Proposal 21/01/2014 Submitted proposal: n/a
Evaluation End Date 30/06/2014 Successful proposal: n/a Proposals funded: 6
Is call co-funded? No
Call follow up funding
  • There are mechanisms in place to monitor technical progress
Call reasons
  • Achieving critical mass
  • Sharing competences and associated work
  • Addressing global issues
  • Access to expertise from different countries
  • Addressing specific scientific and technological issues
Research fields
  • Information and communication technologies
Type of research
  • Basic research
  • Other
Target groups
  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Public Research Organisations (PROs)
  • Private and Semi-private Research and Technology Organisations (RTOs)
  • SME (Small and Medium Enterprises)
  • Large Corporations
Participating networks n/a