External funding opportunities

Assistance for R&D Proposals’ Preparation
The UTEC Office of Research offers personalized assistance for the formulation of proposals to be presented in external funding opportunities. To request assistance, write to investigacion@utec.edu.pe at least 5 business days before the proposal submission deadline.
Concurso “PREMIO EJÉRCITO DEL PERÚ” 2022

Concurso “PREMIO EJÉRCITO DEL PERÚ” 2022

→National Grant

We invite you to participate in the Peruvian Army Award Contest: “Stimulus to research, development, and innovation in science and technology AF-2022″

Research areas:

a. Weapons and ammunition system.

b. Sensors and electronic systems.

c. Common technologies to base and facilities, platforms and fighters.

d. Bases and facilities and land platforms.

f. Aerial platforms.

g. Fighter

h. CBRN.

Yo. ICT information and communication technology.

J. Medical engineering and biotechnology.

Reception of research projects: From May 2 to October 14.

Award for the 05 best research projects: November 09.

Read the official guidelines here.

The Mercury Project: Call For Proposals

The Mercury Project: Call For Proposals

→International grant

The Mercury Project invites letters of inquiry for research projects that address one or more of the following goals:

1)  Estimating the causal impacts of mis- and disinformation on online and offline outcomes in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, including health, economic, and/or social outcomes, differential impacts across sociodemographic groups, and quantifying the global costs of those impacts;

2) Estimating the causal impacts of online or offline interventions in the United States, Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean to increase uptake of Covid-19 vaccines and other recommended public health measures by countering mis- and disinformation, including interventions that target the producers or the consumers of mis- and disinformation, or that increase confidence in reliable information.

Proposed projects may have a duration of up to 30 months. Primary applicant organizations must be tax-exempt organizations or the equivalent in the local context (e.g., nonprofit organizations, universities, governmental units). Preference will be given to research teams that are interdisciplinary and that include a diverse set of researchers and institutions, including researchers and institutions located in the country in which the study is being conducted and that have deep contextual knowledge and connections.

Letter of Inquiry Deadline: Rolling basis

For more information visit the official webpage.

RAPID OCEAN CONSERVATION (ROC) GRANTS

RAPID OCEAN CONSERVATION (ROC) GRANTS

→International grant

Grants Program is a project of the Waitt Foundation. ROC Grants provide small grants with a quick turnaround time for solutions to emerging conservation issues and ocean protection. This complements the Waitt Foundation’s existing major grants program and is responsive to conservation opportunities, supports higher-risk ideas at a low financial cost, and engages with small, local NGOs on a global scale.

Review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) before submitting an application.

Proposals for grants up to $20,000 will be reviewed on a monthly rolling basis. Project funds will be distributed within 2 weeks of funding decisions.

Read the guidelines and requirements in the official webpage.

SPIRIT – Swiss Programme for International Research by Scientific Investigation Teams

SPIRIT – Swiss Programme for International Research by Scientific Investigation Teams

→International grant

SNSF offers a wide range of international funding schemes and works closely with foreign funding organisations to promote cross-border collaboration. The SPIRIT programme facilitates knowledge exchange between Swiss researchers and researchers in selected countries that are receiving development assistance. With SPIRIT, the SNSF is giving Swiss researchers more opportunities to collaborate with partners in many countries around the world.

The programme is intended for two to four research groups, out of which one applicant must engage in research work in Switzerland, and at least one applicant must do so in an eligible partner country. Further applicants in a partner country or in Switzerland may be added. However, the total of applicants may not exceed four persons. Swiss applicants must meet the eligibility requirements applicable to SNSF project funding. These requirements apply mutatis mutandis to applicants from abroad.​

Deadline: Applicants can request between 50,000 and 500,000 francs in project funds for two to four years. At least 30% of each approved grant must be allocated to Switzerland and at least 30% to the relevant partner country/countries.

For more information  visit the official webpage.