KORANET Pilot Joint Call on Research on Life-long Health

Basic Information

Network KorA-Net
Website https://www.koranet.eu
Aim of the joint call The KORANET Pilot Joint Call aims at bringing together European and Korean scientists to do joint research on the topic of ’Life-Long Health’. This topic should be approached from a multi- and interdisciplinary point of view in order to ensure optimum synergies and networking options. Project proposals from all kinds of disciplines are welcome as long as they target the current constraints on the quality of life of the elderly in our society and help them enjoy a better quality of life as they are getting older. Proposals should be submitted in the field of ’Research for Life-Long Health’, focussing on: 1. Health (Gerontology, Medicine, Genetics, Biology) 2. Technology (Biotechnology, ICT, Engineering, Material Science, Robotics, Nanotechnologies) 3. Social Sciences (Sociology, Political Sciences, Demography, Statistics, Psychology, Economics)
Type of joint call One Stage - Call with no pre-proposals submission
Launch date 08/02/2010
Deadline Full-Proposal n/a Submitted proposal: n/a
Evaluation End Date 30/06/2010 Successful proposal: 28 Proposals funded: 14
Is call co-funded? No
Call follow up funding
  • There are mechanisms in place to monitor technical progress
  • There are mechanisms in place to monitor
Call reasons
  • Access to expertise from different countries
  • Addressing specific geographical issues
  • Addressing specific scientific and technological issues
  • Sharing competences and associated work
  • Developing common administrative procedures
Research fields
  • Materials
  • Nanosciences and nanotechnologies
  • Socio-economics sciences and humanities
  • Information and communication technologies
  • Health
  • Biotechnology
Type of research
  • Applied Research
  • Basic research
Target groups
  • Private and Semi-private Research and Technology Organisations (RTOs)
  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Public Research Organisations (PROs)
Participating networks n/a