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Funded projects under the Call "V4-Korea Joint Projects"
Funded projects under the Call "V4-Korea Joint Projects"
06 November 2017
Last modified: 21 August 2018
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The V4-Korea Research Program (hereinafter referred to as "KRP") is a mechanism for formulating and supporting concrete fundamental and applied research projects that would involve scientists from V4 countries (czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) and Korea.

V4-Korea Joint Call for Proposals the aim of the Joint Call is to develop high quality research networking and to pursue sta-of-the-art science and technology throught collaboration, towards realization of innovative and robust economies and societies in participating countries.

 

FUNDED PROJECTS V4-Korea Joint Projects

Funding organisation: NRDI Office
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 05.11.2017

 

Evaluation panel
Project code

Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation

Project period
(month)


Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)

International

(V4-Korea)


126995
Katalin Bélafiné dr. Bakó: V4-Korea Towards the sustainable production of valuable chemicals from microalgae based on the sequestration of refused-CO2 in a novel, circular-loop gas separation membrane bioreactor system (University of Pannonia)
36

12 237

International

(V4-Korea)


127062
András Guttman: V4-Korea Microelectrophoretic tools for bioanalysis (University of Debrecen)
36

34 380

International

(V4-Korea)


126968
Huba Kalász: V4-Korea Novel butyrylcholinesterase reactivators for pseudo-catalytic scavenging of organophosphates (BChER) - Blood-brain penetration of novel butyrylcholinesterase reactivators (Semmelweis University)
27

26 999

International

(V4-Korea)


127069
Katalin Kamarás: V4-Korea Pb-free perovskite solar cells with long-term stability (Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
36

33 517

International

(V4-Korea)


127102
László Szentmiklósi: V4-Korea RADCON - The Effect of Chemical Composition of Concrete on Its Long-term Performance in Irradiated Environment (MTA Centre for Energy Research)
48

46 284


Updated: 21 August 2018
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