We are looking for project partner.
Project deadline: February 12
We project :
1. Tele medicine
2. Artificial intelligence home care service
3. Home care service robot
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
This Call Text is published for both Turkish and Malaysian researchers to present and explain the objective, scope and course of the “TÜBİTAK-MIGHT Call for COVID-19 Proposals on Post Pandemic Impact” that aims academy-industry partnerships.
Before preparing an application, applicants are responsible to carefully read the national regulations documents to submit a complete application.
Scope : The aim of the call is to intensify cooperation between Turkish and Malaysian participants in science and industry by means of Academia-Industry Cooperation projects. The funding is intended to enable foundations to be laid for lasting R&D innovation partnerships.
For Malaysian Team : The Malaysian consortium has to consist of at least one Malaysian company/SME, based in Malaysia and one research institute, public organization or university.
For Turkish Team
The Turkish consortium has to consist of at least one Turkish academy partner (including public institutions or organizations/ research institutions/ universities/ training and research hospitals) and one Turkish commercial company.
The Principal Investigator (PI) including the Lead Principal Investigator (LPI), must hold a PhD degree if he/she is from the academy and must hold a BA/BASc Degree if he/she is from public/private sector. If the PI is from the private sector, he/she must be working there full-time for at least minimum 6 months.
Award parameters Turkish : TÜBİTAK funds up to 1.500.000 Turkish Liras (excl. overhead and Project Incentive Premium (PIP) approximately) per project. As a rule, Turkish academia/public institution partners that are eligible for funding can receive up to 720.000 Turkish Liras (excl. overheads and Project Incentive Premium-PIP) of funding per proposal in total.
Award parameters Malaysian Team : MIGHT funds up to 700,000.00 MYR per project.
TÜBİTAK and MIGHT are jointly launching the Academia-Industry Cooperation call with the aim of supporting joint research projects in the areas of application-oriented research and development. The aim of the call is to intensify cooperation between Turkish and Malaysian participants in science and industry by means of Academia-Industry Cooperation projects. The call aims to enhance Public-Private Partnership in R&D projects by involving academia, public organizations, research institutions and industrial companies.
“Academy – Industry Cooperation Projects” are R&D projects, which require the participation of at least one university, research institution or public organization and at least one industrial partner in the Malaysian and Turkish side as well. The minimum criteria is 2+2 partners in the consortia. The funding is intended to enable foundations to be laid for a lasting R&D innovation partnership.