Open Call for Project Proposals in the area of research quality and open science
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Start date of call for proposals: December 3, 2020
End date of call for proposals: extended to February 15, 2021
Expected start date of funding: April 15, 2021, latest date for project start September 2021
With the founding of the Berlin University Alliance, the Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have set the ambitious goal to promote Berlin as an integrated research environment with a particular focus on research quality and open science. Creating synergies and a balance between research and implementation measures are means to a continuous and sustainable improvement of the Berlin University Alliance’s institutions.
The Berlin Open Call for Project Proposals: research quality and open science of the Objective 3 addresses professors, postdocs and employees of the academic support services in leading positions or carrying a PhD, that are employed by one of the Berlin University Alliance’s partners. The call focusses on project proposals from all disciplines that are beneficial for the broadening and interacting of the scientific expertise regarding research quality and open science in the Berlin research environment. The proposals need to comprise concepts for the implementation of specific measures aiming at strengthening the assurance of research quality and the opening of academic research in the institutions of the Berlin University Alliance. New disciplinary approaches as well as the transferability to other disciplines are particularly welcome.
- Call for Proposals
- Template for Budget plan
- Template „Notice for Projects of the Berlin University Alliance” (mandatory annex for submissions, please use the relevant version for your organisation)
Freie Universität Berlin
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Technische Universität Berlin
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
For questions, you are warmly welcome to contact the Objective 3:
Dr. Sybille Hinze (Head of CORe), Dr. Stefan Skupien (scientific coordinator open science) and Nele Albrecht (scientific coordinator research quality) are glad to help you with your questions: email@example.com