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Call for thematic research projects based on Hungarian–Austrian cooperation or Hungarian–Slovenian cooperation
Date of announcement: 20 december 2019
Last modified:
Next deadline for submission:
Deadline for E-submission: 24 february 2020 16:00
24 february 2020
Deadline for application via post office: 2 March 2020
Submitter of proposal
Budgetary institution, Enterprise, Non-profit organisation
Beneficiary groups
Institution of higher education, Other budgetary research institution, Enterprise-based research organisation, Non-profit research organisation, Institution of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH)
Budget
HUF 6 600 000 000
Number of applications
150-170
Funds available per project
ANN: HUF 48 M, SNN: HUF 36 M
Project duration
ANN: max. 4 years, SNN: max. 3 years
Field of research activity
Fundamental research
Evaluator of proposals
NRDI Office
The call aims to further improve Hungarian scientific excellence by promoting talented researchers and their research projects. As a priority objective, the call is to promote cooperation between domestic research groups and their foreign partners, strengthen the international embeddedness of Hungarian science, and increase the international recognition of domestic researchers and research institutions.

Available budget

In the period 2020-2024, the NRDI Office allocates a combined budget of HUF 6.6 billion for the sub-programme of the thematic research projects (K_20) and the sub-programmes of thematic research projects based on Hungarian–Austrian or Hungarian–Slovenian bilateral cooperation (ANN_20 and SNN_20) from the NRDI Fund.

Amount of funding

According to the call, no more than HUF 48 million for maximum 48 months can be requested in the case of Hungarian–Austrian projects (ANN_20) and HUF 36 million maximum 36 months in the case of Hungarian–Slovenian projects (SNN_20). If the duration of the project is shorter, requested funding should be decreased on a pro rata temporis basis.

Duration of the project

The maximum project duration is 36 or 48 months respectively, depending on the concerned relation. Projects shall commence between 1 September and 1 December 2020. The earliest date for reporting costs is the project start date specified in the funding agreement.

Submission of applications

Complying with its legal obligation, the NRDI Office enables applicants to submit their applications exclusively electronically. In this case, the documents required in Point “J” of the call to be submitted by regular mail / with electronic signature must be signed electronically as specified in Point “J” of the call and attached to the application on the Online Application Portal by the deadline for electronic submission, that is, by 24 February 2020 at 16:00 (CET).

Please note that all documents required to be submitted by regular mail/with electronic signature must be submitted in the same way, that is, all documents must be submitted to the NRDI Office either by regular mail or electronically provided with electronic signature.

In the case of regular mail, the submission is successful if the proposal was finalised electronically by the applicant and approved by the head of the host institution by the deadline for E-submission, and the documents required in Point “J” of the call were submitted by regular mail to the Customer Service of the NRDI Office by the deadline. In the case of electronic submission, the submission is successful if the proposal was finalised electronically by the applicant and approved by the head of the host institution by the deadline for E-submission, and the electronically signed versions of the documents required in Point “J” of the call were submitted by regular mail / with electronic signature through the Online Application Portal.

All applications must be submitted in English irrespective of the field of science.

Submission and evaluation of the project proposals are governed by the Lead Agency system: if the funding requested by the Hungarian party exceeds the funding requested by the Austrian or Slovenian collaborative partner, evaluation is performed by the NRDI Office. If the foreign partner requests higher amount of funding, the proposal is to be submitted and evaluated by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) or the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS), depending on the concerned relation.

Eligible applicants

Principal investigators can apply jointly with the host institution which has to be a Hungarian based

  • higher education institution, research centre, research institution, budgetary organ or an institution thereof having legal personality if it qualifies as a research organisation under the law;
  • business company which has at least two completed business years, maintains double-entry accounting and is not subject to small taxpayers’ itemized lump sum tax (KATA), if engaged in R&D activities; or
  • non-profit organisation if it qualifies as a research organisation under the law.

Throughout the entire implementation period the principal investigator shall be a worker of the host institution under an employment contract, civil service contract, works contract or other contract aimed at performing work.

No more than one proposal can be submitted to this call, and FK_20 or PD_20 proposals are not allowed in parallel. Current KKP grantees are not eligible either.

Eligible objectives and actions

Project proposals can cover discovery research in any fields of science, regardless of thematic priority, if otherwise the application meets the conditions laid down in the call. All activities are eligible that are performed by the participating domestic researcher(s) or research group(s) in order to attain the primary goals set out in the discovery research plan submitted to the NRDI Office and elaborated on the basis of the research and work plan outlined in the call for thematic research projects based on international cooperation.

Customer service contacts:
email: nkfialap@nkfih.gov.hu 
phone: +36 (1) 795 9500

Personal appointments (pree-booked only): H-1077 Budapest, Kéthly Anna sq. 1. (2nd floor)

Customer Service hours of operation: Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m to 4 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 12.00 a.m.

Winners of the thematic research project proposals based on Hungarian–Austrian or Hungarian–Slovenian international cooperation (ANN_20, SNN_20)
From the call titled Thematic research projects based on Hungarian–Austrian cooperation or Hungarian–Slovenian cooperation 10 project proposals won a total funding of HUF 388 million.

As for proposals based on cooperation with Austrian (ANN_20) and Slovenian partners (SNN_20) evaluated by the NRDI Office, after the respective approval of the co-funding organisations, a total HUF 144,0 million in funding was awarded for 3 projects under the first, and total HUF 243.8 million for 7 proposals under the latter.


Number of submitted proposals
(pcs)
Number of funded projects
(pcs)
Total amount claimed
(in HUF thousands)
Total amount awarded
(in HUF thousands)
ANN_20
14
3
646 184 143 964
SNN_20 31
7
1 096 320 243 777
SUM
45
10
1 742 504 387 741


FUNDED PROJECTS ANN_20

Támogató: Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 26 August 2020

Evaluation panel
Project code Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation Project period
(month)
Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)
International cooperation panel 134433 Péter Németh: Cryogenic cave carbonates (Research Center of Natural Sciences) 48 47 996
International cooperation panel 135107 György Vámosi: Studying novel forms of interleukin receptor signaling: from single molecule resolution to the genomic level (University of Debrecen) 48 48 000
International cooperation panel 135291 Attila Szűcs: Activity-dependent differentiation and fate-determination of induced human neurons (Eötvös Loránd University) 48 47 968


FUNDED PROJECTS SNN_20

Támogató: Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 26 August 2020

Evaluation panel
Project code Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation Project period
(month)
Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)
International cooperation panel 134497 Viktória Venglovecz: Significance of exocrine-endocrine pancreatic interactions in health and disease (University of Szeged) 36 35 706
International cooperation panel 134635 Zoltán Czajlik: Early Iron Age Land Use between the Alps and the Danube; comparative landscape archaeological analyses of Süttő and Poštela site-complexes (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 35 975
International cooperation panel 135335 György Ferenczy: A COVALENT APPROACH AGAINST ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE (Research Center of Natural Sciences) 36 34 698
International cooperation panel 135636 György Vankó: Developing tender X-ray spectroscopy probes to tackle problems in materials science and ultrafast science (Wigner Research Centre for Physics) 36 35 874
International cooperation panel 135643 Gábor Tardos: Graph Theory and Combinatorial Scientific Computing (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics) 36 35 164
International cooperation panel 135825 Petra Dunkel: Photochemistry toolbox for discovery of advanced ATP-competitive chemical probes with Topoisomerase IIalpha inhibitory activity (Semmelweis University) 36 36 000
International cooperation panel 135918 Zoltán Kónya: Synthesis and Application of Visible Light-Responsive Π-Conjugated Polymer–Semiconducting Oxide Nanoassemblies for Photocatalytic Detoxification of Wastewaters (University of Szeged) 36 30 360
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Funded projects: Hungarian–Slovenian Lead Agency cooperation
In the framework of the Lead Agency agreement concluded on 4 April 2014 between the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS) and the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA), and continued by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office as the legal successor of OTKA, this year Hungarian–Slovenian research groups had the opportunity to get funding for joint basic research projects under the Call for Thematic research project proposals based on Hungarian–Austrian and Hungarian–Slovenian international cooperation (ANN_20, SNN_20).

The proposals are submitted and assessed in accordance with the Lead Agency principle: if the amount requested by the Hungarian partner exceeds the amount requested by the Slovenian partner, the assessment is carried out by the NRDI Office. If, however, the foreign partner requests more funding, the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS) receives and evaluates the joint project proposal. Any funding from the NRDI Fund is subject to the decision of the minister for science policy coordination (hereinafter: “Sponsor”), so even if a Hungarian partner is assessed positively by ARRS, the approval of the Sponsor is still needed for the joint project to be funded.

Based on the proposal by the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS) as evaluating Lead Agency and the decision of the Hungarian Sponsor dated 10 September 2020, two thematic research projects implemented in Hungarian–Slovenian cooperation (SNN_20) have been selected for funding.

FUNDED PROJECTS

Funding organisation: Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 10 September 2020

Projekt azonosító száma
Vezeto kutató/Projekt címe/Kutatóhely
Futamido
(hó)
Odaítélt támogatás
(EFt)
134368 Benczúr András: Mesterséges Intelligencia módszerek építményszerkezetek modellezésében (Számítástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutatóintézet) 36 35 994
134356 Stefan Toepfer: ARRS Lead Agency: »FunContrAPest: Novel Fungal proteins for biopesticidial Control of challenging invasive alien Agricultural Pests« (Szent István Egyetem) 36 33 000

The results of the other research projects implemented in Hungarian–Slovenian cooperation, that are assessed by the NRDI Office:
Winners of the thematic research project proposals based on Hungarian–Austrian or Hungarian–Slovenian international cooperation (ANN_20, SNN_20)

Updated: 26 October 2020
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Funded projects: Hungarian–Austrian Lead Agency cooperation
In the framework of the Lead Agency agreement concluded on 10 April 2012 between the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA), and continued by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office as the legal successor of OTKA, this year Hungarian–Austrian research groups had the opportunity to get funding for joint basic research projects under the Call for thematic research projects implemented in international Hungarian–Austrian or Hungarian–Slovenian cooperation (ANN_20, SNN_20).

The proposals are submitted and assessed in accordance with the Lead Agency principle: if the amount requested by the Hungarian partner exceeds the amount requested by the Austrian partner, the assessment is carried out by the NRDI Office. If, however, the foreign partner requests more funding, the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) receives and evaluates the joint project proposal. Any funding from the NRDI Fund is subject to the decision of the minister for science policy coordination (hereinafter: “Sponsor”), so even if a Hungarian partner is assessed positively by FWF, the approval of the Sponsor is still needed for the joint project to be funded.

Based on the proposal by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) as evaluating Lead Agency and the decision of the Hungarian Sponsor dated 25 August 2020, two thematic research projects implemented in Hungarian–Austrian cooperation (ANN_20) have been selected for funding.

The results of the other research projects implemented in Hungarian–Austrian cooperation, that are assessed by the NRDI Office, is expected to be announced later, following the decision of the Austrian co-financing partner organisation.

FUNDED PROJECTS ANN_20

Funding organisation: Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 25 August 2020

Project code
Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation
Project period
(month)
Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)
135082 Tibor Erős: Functioning of vertebrate metacommunities in dynamic riverine landscapes: an innovative approach using eDNA metabarcoding (Centre for Ecological Research) 48 47 903
135606 Gábor Rétvári: Dependable Dataplane for the Cloud (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 48 48 000

Based on the proposal by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) as evaluating Lead Agency and the decision of the Hungarian Sponsor dated 14 October 2020, one thematic research project implemented in Hungarian–Austrian cooperation (ANN_20) has been selected for funding.

FUNDED PROJECTS ANN_20

Funding organisation: Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 14 October 2020

Project code
Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation
Project period
(month)
Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)
136027 Nagy István: A gyulladásos hő hiperalgézia kialkulása: a mitogén és stressz aktivált kináz 1 szerepe az elsődleges érző idegsejtekeben (Debreceni Egyetem) 48 47 998

The results of the other research projects implemented in Hungarian–Austrian cooperation, that are assessed by the NRDI Office:
Winners of the thematic research project proposals based on Hungarian–Austrian or Hungarian–Slovenian international cooperation (ANN_20, SNN_20)

Updated: 26 October 2020
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To ensure value-based professional evaluation of proposals arriving in large quantities from the fields of discovery and applied research and innovation, to assess professional reports of funded projects and to prepare policy opinions, the NRDI Office intends to expand its expert pool in all fields of expertise.

Professionals who have registered in the database of the NRDI Office can become responsible contributors, as independent peer-reviewers, to the evaluation process in which the professional quality, novelty content and commercialisation perspectives of the proposals as compared to the requested funding should be assessed as core considerations.

The registration process can be initiated through the registration form of the NRDI Office’s website. Registration is continuously open.

Requested data within the expert registration form include:

  • personal data, contact details (necessary for contracting review assignments);
  • classification of professional skills and competencies and research areas (to get review invitations fine-tuned to your field of expertise);
  • topics of the previously reviewed proposals;
  • present and past jobs, interest networks (in order to pre-screening of conflicts of interest in a given rview assignment), education, scientific titles, most important publications and intellectual works demonstrating your professional experience;
  • language skills.

Professionals once registered in the database of experts may be invited by the NRDI Office to review submitted proposals, to assess professional reports of funded projects and to contribute to policy opinions.

Each proposal is reviewed by several independent experts at the same time. Experts selected from the database to review proposals, to assess professional reports and facilitate expert opinions will be contracted by the NRDI Office on a case-by-case basis. When concluding such a contract experts must declare that the review assignment is not obstructed by any conflict of interest whatsoever. Depending on the competition type, written expert reviews must be prepared in 15-28 work days and submitted electronically via the online review portal of the NRDI Office.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information contact at phone +36 1 795 9500 or email at szakerto_regisztracio@nkfih.gov.hu

The NRDI Fund Programme Strategy for the year 2019 has been endorsed by Government decree 1622/2019. (X.31.).
The timing and the budget of European-financed non-refundable and refundable RDI schemes under the EDIOP (GINOP) and CCHOP (VEKOP) programmes have been approved by the Government within the Annual Development Framework Programme, upon the proposal of the NRDI Office. Pursuant to the Government Decree 106/2018. (VI. 15.) on the amendment of certain Government Decrees related to development policy due to the Government being restructured, the 2nd priorities of the EDIOP/GINOP and CCHOP/VEKOP (i.e. research, technology development and innovation) operational programmes are commanded to the political responsibility of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MIT) instead of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office as from 16 June 2018.

The chart below shows the calls for proposals and their budget relating to the main target areas, broken down by the sources of funding and the years:

  • Corporate/Business RDI
  • Excellence programmes for institutions
  • Development of research infrastructure
  • Excellence programmes for researchers, and
  • Promotion of international cooperation programmes.
Source
Specificity
Budget
2015
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2016
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2017
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2018
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2019
(Bn HUF)

non-
refund-
able

non-
refund-
able

refund-
able
non-
refund-
able

refund-
able
non-
refund-
able

refund-
able
non-
refund-
able

refund-
able
GINOP
Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme (EDIOP/GINOP) European funds for the entire country except the Central Hungary region
391,721 56,035
112,19
36,717
70
10,684
-
6,21
-
VEKOP
Competitive Central Hungary Operational Programme (CCHOP/VEKOP)European funds for the Central Hungary region
-
42,64
-

 5,49
-
-
-
-
NKFI Alap
National Research, Development and Innovation Fund made up of the innovation tax paid by enterprises
11,29
68,43
-
87,34 -
79,47
-
77,284
-

Target areas Calls for proposals Budget
2015
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2016
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2017
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2018
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2019
(Bn HUF)

non-
refund-
able
non-
refund-
able
refund-
able
non-
refund-
able
refund-
able
non-
refund-
able
refund-
able
non-
refund-
able
refund-
able

Corporate/
business RDI
Support of business RDI activities
Support of business RDI activities
GINOP-2.1.1-15
73,39

 

 




Support of business RDI activities
VEKOP-2.1.1-15
  19,97







Support of business RDI activities
KFI_16

21
 
35,44





Funding to SMEs and large companies for RDI activities
2018-1.1.2-KFI
          20      
Funding to micro and small enterprises for innovation activities
2018-1.1.1-MKI





10



Support for market-driven research, development and innovation projects
2019-1.1.1-PIACI_KFI
              45  
Open Innovation
2019-1.4.1-NYÍLT
              1  
Business RDI, loan
Support of business RDI activities loan scheme l
GINOP-8.1.1-16


18,59  





Business RDI, combined with loan
Business RDI combined with loan
GINOP-2.1.2-8.1.4-16

54,81
61,50






National technology and intellectual property venture capital programme
National technology and intellectual property venture capital programme
GINOP-8.1.3/A-16


32,1






Smart specialisation venture capital programme
Smart specialisation venture capital programme
GINOP-8.1.3/B-17




 70




Smart specialisation venture capital programme
VEKOP 2.1.2-17




 5,49




Intellectual property rights
Intellectual property rights
GINOP-2.1.3-15
0,251







Support of activities fostering the domestic and international protection of intellectual property with the aim of facilitating the utilisation of such intellectual property
IPARJOG_15
0,3


0,1

0,2 

0,11

Innovation voucher
Innovation voucher
GINOP-2.1.4-15
0,163


 
 




Innovation ecosystem
Innovation ecosystem – start-up and spin-off
GINOP-2.1.5-15
4,714


 




Innovation ecosystem (start-up)
ÖKO_16


  1,5





Exportable innovative product development
Support of exportable innovative product development for an innovation-driven export expansion
GINOP-2.1.6-16

1,225

 





Funding for the export oriented R&D activities of domestic businesses
Export_17



4,83





Prototype, product, technology and service development
Prototype, product, technology and service development
GINOP-2.1.7-15
48,79








Prototype, product, technology and service development
VEKOP-2.1.7-15

10,35







Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs through adaptive technology innovation
Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs through adaptive technology innovation
GINOP-2.1.8-17

 

36,717
 




Institutional excellence programmes

R&D competitiveness and excellence cooperations
R&D competitiveness and excellence cooperations
GINOP-2.2.1-15
93,764

 
 
 




Competitiveness and excellence cooperations
VEKOP-2.2.1-16

2,29

 





National Competitiveness and Excellence Programme
NVKP_16

28

 





R&D competitiveness and excellence cooperations
GINOP-2.2.1-18
          10,684      
National Excellence Programme
2018.1.2.1-NKP





5



Competitiveness and excellence cooperations
VKE_17
      16,73          
Competitiveness and excellence cooperations
2018-1.3.1-VKE





26



Research infrastructure development of Higher Education and Industry Cooperation Centres
Research infrastructure development of Higher Education and Industry Cooperation Centres
GINOP-2.3.4-15
38,86








Research infrastructure development of Higher Education and Industry Cooperation Centres
FIEK_16

8







Establishment of centres of competence – development of research infrastructures
Establishment of centres of competence – development of research infrastructures
2019-1.3.1-KK
              8,5  
University Innovation Ecosystem
University Innovation Ecosystem
2019-1.2.1-EGYETEMI ÖKO







1,94

Infrastructure
Excellence of Strategic R&D centres
Excellence of Strategic R&D centres
GINOP-2.3.2-15
64,25

 






Excellence of Strategic R&D centres
VEKOP-2.3.2-16

4,02

 





Strengthening research infrastructure - internationalisation, networking
Strengthening research infrastructure - internationalisation, networking
GINOP-2.3.3-15
25,29

 





 
Strengthening research infrastructure - internationalisation, networking
VEKOP-2.3.3-15

6,01





   
ELI laser research centre
Implementation of the ELI laser research centre (ELI-ALPS) large project, Phase 2
GINOP-2.3.6-15
42,249                

Research infrastructures for excellence
GINOP-2.3.7-19








6,21

Research Excellence Programmes
Researcher-initiated research projects
Researcher-initiated research projects
K_15; K_16; K_17
5,98
7

6,5

 
 
 
 
Researcher-initiated research projects
K_18
Research projects initiated by young researchers
FK_18





9,4



Thematic research projects and thematic research projects based on international cooperation
K_19; ANN_19; SNN_19
              5,8  
Postdoctoral programme
Postdoctoral programme
PD 2015/1,2,3
1,57








Postdoctoral excellence programme
Postdoctoral excellence programme
PD_16; PD_17; PD_18; PD_19

1,8

1,5

1,5

4

Research projects initiated by young researchers  
Research projects initiated by young researchers
FK_17; FK_19



3




Research teams with significant achievements of internationally outstanding impact
Research teams with significant achievements of internationally outstanding impact
KH_17; KH_18; KH_19



1

1,2
 
1

Frontline – Research Excellence Programme
Frontline – Research Excellence Programmem
KKP_17, KKP_19; KKP_20






 

 
Mecenatúra (Patronage) programme
Mecenatúra (Patronage) programme               1  
Kabay Programme
Kabay Programme               1  
National Excellence Programme
National Excellence Programme
NKP_17



10


 

 
International cooperation
Request national funds in connection with the research funding programmes of the European Research Council
ERC_HU_15 (450 Bn HUF); ERC_16_MOBIL (200 Bn HUF);
0,45
0,45

0,1

 0,1

 

Research projects based on international cooperationk
NN_17, ANN_17, SNN_17; V4-Japan Joint Research programme (2015: 45,5 Bn HUF); KNN_16 (2016: 72 Bn HUF); NN_18, ANN_18, SNN_18



1

1



Support to foster Hungarian participation in the Horizon 2020 joint programmes and joint technology initiatives
KKV_15 (2015-16: 60 Bn HUF, 2017: 100 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.4-KKV (2018: 100 Bn HUF); EU_KP_16 (2017 84,7 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.2-EU_KP_16 (230 Bn HUF, 2018: 80 Bn HUF); NEMZ_15 (1 380 Bn HUF);  NEMZ_16 (2016: 710 Bn HUF, 2017: 697,5 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.5-NEMZ (2018: 442 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.6-NEMZ_ECSEL (2018: 760 Bn HUF); ERA-NET Infect-ERA (2015: 40 Bn HUF, 2016: 40 Bn HUF); ERA-NET E-Rare-3 (2015: 45 Bn HUF, 2016: 45 Bn HUF, 2017: 45 Bn HUF, 2018: 46,5 Bn HUF); M-ERA.NET-2 (2015: 90 Bn HUF, 2016: 90 Bn HUF, 2017: 90 Bn HUF); JPND (2017: 190 Bn HUF, 2018: 200 Bn HUF); FLAG-ERA JTC (2015: 200 Bn HUF, 2017: 155 Bn HUF); Quant-ERA (2017: 90 Bn HUF, 2018: 93 Bn HUF); ERA PerMed (2017: 100 Bn HUF); EUREKA_15 (400 Bn HUF); EUREKA_16 (2016: 400 Bn HUF, 2017: 400 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.3-EUREKA (2018: 75 Bn HUF); 2019-2.1.2-NEMZ (2019: 395 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.3-NEMZ_ECSEL (2019: 707 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.6-NEMZ_KI (2019: 100 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.4_KKV (2019: 100 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.5-EU_KP (2019: 80 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.1-EUREKA (2019: 500 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.7-ERA-NET (2019: 832,5 Bn HUF), EIT KIC (500 Bn HUF) 2,2
1,5

1,9

 1,4

 3,214
 
H2020 Teaming
H2020 Teaming



1,91



 

Programme-based bilateral R&D cooperation projects
TÉT_1517_IN (2017: 300 Bn HUF); TÉT_1517_IL (310,932017: 311 Bn HUF); TÉT_1617_CN (2017: 200 Bn HUF); TNN_16 (2017: 150 Bn HUF); INN_16 (2017: 150 Bn HUF); TÉT_17_VN (2017: 200 Bn HUF); KRP (2017: 154 Bn HUF); TÉT_17_RU (2017: 150 Bn HUF); TR-NN_17 (2017: 150 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.17-TÉT-KR (2018: 200 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.16-TÉT-IL (2018: 310 Bn HUF); 2019-2.1.14-ÖNVEZETŐ (2019: 100 Bn HUF), vietnami TéT (200 Bn HUF), indiai TéT (300 Bn HUF) 0,79
0,68
  1,83
   0,67
  1,72
 
Support of Bilateral science and technology (S&T) cooperation        

TÉT_1517_AT (2017: 20 Bn HUF); TÉT_15_TR (30 Bn HUF); TÉT_15_AR (50 Bn HUF); TÉT_15_MN (20 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.13-TÉT-FR (2018: 20 Bn HUF), 2018-2.1.14-TÉT_15_-CN (2018: 40 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.12-TÉT-_16_HR (2018: 20 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.11-TÉT_16_-SI (2018: 20 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.15-TÉT_16_-PT (2018: 20 Bn HUF); TÉT_16_RS (20 Bn HUF);2018-2.1.10- TÉT_16_-MC (2018: 20 Bn HUF); TÉT_16_FR (30 Bn HUF); TÉT_16_JP (50 Bn HUF); TÉT_17_AT (20 Bn HUF); TÉT_17_FR (20 Bn HUF); 2019-2.1.10-TÉT-IL (930 Bn HUF), 2019-2.1.11-TÉT (2019: 160 Bn HUF), UK_GYAK_17 (2017: 25 Bn HUF); 2018-2.1.1-UK_GYAK (2018: 25 Bn HUF), 2018-2.1.7-UK_GYAK (2019: 30 Bn HUF),





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