Call for transnational research projects: Transformations: Social and Cultural Dynamics in the Digital Age

 

Information about the Call:

Call theme

CHANSE will support new and innovative research into the workings, meaning and consequences of transformations and innovations in the present digital age, viewed through the lens of the social and cultural dynamics. Whilst the call text does not preclude comparison with or investigation into other regions, every proposal must demonstrate a strong European dimension, i.e. investigating the changes taking place/affecting Europe as a whole, or at the level of a European country, city, community, etc.

Countries participating in the Call:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Project team: Composed of at least 4 Principal Investigators, i.e. partners, eligible to receive funding from the CHANSE funders from 4 or more different countries participating in the call

Project duration: 24-36 months

Recommended cap on funding for one transnational project: 1 500 000 EUR

Call documentation:

  1. Call Announcement
  2. Outline Proposal Form
  3. Financial Plan excel sheet
  4. National/Regional Eligibility Requirements (updated 16.04.2021)
  5. Frequently Asked Questions (updated 09.04.2021)
  6. Glossary

Outline Proposals must be submitted by the Project Leader on behalf of all Principal Investigators via the Electronic Proposal Submission System (EPSS) before the deadline of 7th May 2021, 14:00 CET (Central European Time).

Indicative timeline:

  • Official Call announcement and launch of the electronic submission system: March 9th, 2021
  • Deadline for outline proposals: May 7th, 2021, 14.00 CET
  • Deadline for full proposals (for invited applicants): December 7th, 2021, 14.00 CET
  • Call results: May/June 2022
  • Earliest funded project start: September/October 2022

PARTNER SEARCH TOOL:

Use also our Partner Search tool and find partners for your research project: https://ncn.gov.pl/partners/chanse/. This tool can be used by projects looking for partners and partners looking for projects.

For questions please contact CHANSE Call Secretariat:

Dr Malwina Gębalska, CHANSE Programme Coordinator, tel: +48 519 404 997
Michał Kaczmarek, CHANSE Coordination Office, tel: +48 501 346 706
Tomasz Kalita, CHANSE Coordination Office, tel: +48 532 399 675
[email protected]
National Science Centre, Poland

For question related to national eligibility requirements please contact your national/regional contact point:

Country Funding organisation Name Email address
Austria FWF Simon Hadler [email protected]
Belgium F.R.S.-FNRS Joël Groeneveld [email protected]
Belgium FWO Toon Monbaliu [email protected]
Bulgaria BNSF Milena Aleksandrova [email protected]
Croatia HRZZ Jasminka Boljević [email protected]
Czechia CAS Alena Žochová [email protected]
Denmark DAFSHE Mads de Wolff [email protected] (please cc [email protected])
Estonia ETAg Anna Mossolova [email protected]
Finland AKA Janne Niemi [email protected]
Germany DLR-PT Christa Engel, Christopher Wertz [email protected]
Hungary NKFIH Anita Csiszár [email protected]
Iceland RANNIS Guðmundur I. Markússon [email protected]
Latvia VIAA Maija Bundule [email protected]
Lithuania LMT Laura Kostelnickienė [email protected]
Luxembourg FNR Asaël Rouby [email protected]
Norway RCN Lillian Baltzrud [email protected]
Poland NCN Malwina Gębalska, Michał Kaczmarek, Tomasz Kalita [email protected]
Romania UEFISCDI Nicoleta Dumitrache [email protected]
Mihaela Manole [email protected]
Slovakia SAS Zuzana Panisová [email protected]
Martin Novák [email protected]
Slovenia ARRS Ana Jakopin [email protected]
Slovenia MIZS Davor Kozmus [email protected]
Spain AEI Angela Martínez-Carrasco, Juan Francisco Climent Blasco [email protected]
Sweden FORTE Aiga Giangiacomo [email protected]
Switzerland SNSF Marie Guyaz [email protected]
Daniel Krämer [email protected]
UK UKRI Joe Ellery (ESRC), Jamie Davies (AHRC) [email protected]