ERA-MIN3 Issues Pre-Announcement of Joint Transnational Call 2023
The second joint call of ERA-MIN3 will open for applications on 7 December 2022.
The ERA-NET on Raw Materials for Sustainable Development and the Circular Economy (ERA-MIN3) is a pan-European network of 24 European/non-European research funding organisations, aiming to strengthen the mineral raw materials community through the coordination of research and innovation programmes on non-fuel and non-food raw materials (metallic, construction and industrial minerals).
ERA-MIN3 has now released the preliminary details of its second joint transnational call, which will focus on needs-driven research addressing non-fuel, non-food raw materials, specifically: metallic minerals, construction materials and industrial minerals.
It is anticipated that the following countries will participate in the call:
EU countries/regions (research funding organisations):
- Belgium-Flanders (VLAIO/FIO)
- Belgium-Wallonia (SPW-Recherche)
- Bulgaria (BNSF)
- Czech Republic (TA CR)
- Estonia (ETAg)
- Finland (Business Finland)
- Germany (PT JÜLICH)
- Poland (NCBR)
- Portugal (FCT)
- Romania (UEFISCDI)
- Slovakia (SAS)
- Slovenia (MIZS)
- Spain (AEI)
- Sweden (Vinnova)
EU Associated country: Turkey (TUBITAK)
Non-EU countries: Canada-Québec (PRIMA-Québec) and South-Africa (DSI).
Each consortium must comprise at least three eligible independent legal entities from at least three different countries, including at least one based in a participating EU Member State or Associated Country. At least half of the partners in a consortium must belong to countries participating in the call.
Applicants not requesting funding, or not eligible for national/regional funding from countries/regions named in the call, can be partners of the consortium subject to the approval by the eligible funding organisations.
Applications will open on 7 December 2022, when the full call text and other call documents will be published. Proposals should be submitted by the 30 March 2023 deadline.
(This report was the subject of a ResearchConnect Newsflash.)