Quebec-Flanders Bilateral Research Cooperation Program


Summary

Competition year :

2017-2018

 

Deadline (application) :

May 15th, 2017, 11:59 AM

 

Amount :

100 000$/year

 

Duration :

3 years

 

Announcement of results :

December 2017

 

Objectives

The Program aims to contribute to the development and the excellence of Québec-Flanders university and scientific cooperation in selected topics. It also aims to foster intersectoral and interdisciplinary research crossing at least two research sectors falling under FRQNT, FRQS or FRQSC. The following scientific topics are eligible:

  • Demographic changes and healthy aging (aspects related to issues with an ageing population)
  • Safe, clean and efficient energy (all aspects of renewable energy: advanced technologies, green energy, socio-economic and health related aspects, change in practices)
  • Sea & inland waterways governance/valorization (maritime industry, import / export, socio-economic aspects related to marine transportation)
  • Food science (nutrition, agri-food sciences, food safety, sustainable food production, bio-economy, and eating habits)
  • Climate change (socio-economic studies, impact on health, living with environmental changes, bio-economy…)
  • Urban development (Smart and livable cities; ecological, technological, humane, and futuristic aspects)

ATTENTION: Please note that the deadline indicated for the submission
of your request is 11:59 - Belgium time


1.

CV presentation for Quebec researchers

To check for conflicts of interest, all PIs (supervisors) must complete an electronic resume in the digital platform of E-loket FWO.

ATTENTION: The Quebec supervisor must only complete the sections
"Personal details" and "Publications" of the E-loket profile.


Each member of the Quebec team must upload directly into the electronic form a Canadian Common CV (PDF) in the format of the research fund to which he / she is associated (FRQNT, FRQSC. FRQS).


Do you have questions?

Laurence Martin Gosselin

Responsable de programmes

 laurence.martingosselin

418 643-8560, poste 3455

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