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Call for “OTKA” postdoctoral excellence programme (PD_22)
Date of announcement: 29 december 2021
Modified:
Next deadline for submission:
Deadline for E-submission: 17 february 2022 16:00
17 february 2022
Deadline for application via post office: 23 February 2022
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 13 500 000 000
Number of applications
330-350
Funds available per project
HUF 28,5 M
Project duration
max. 3 years
Field of research activity
Fundamental research
Evaluator of proposals
NRDI Office
Financed from the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund, the call contributes to the strengthening of centres of excellence in Hungary by funding young researchers having a recent doctoral degree. With the funding, young researchers with a PhD/DLA degree (postdoctors) have greater chance to become the outstanding representatives of Hungarian scientific life in the future.

Available budget

In the period 2022-2026, the Ministry of Innovation and Technology allocates a combined budget of HUF13.5 billion from the NRDI Fund for the programme of the thematic research projects (K_22), the young researchers’ and postdoctoral excellence programmes (FK_22, PD_22) and the programmes of thematic research projects based on Hungarian–Austrian or Hungarian–Slovenian bilateral cooperation (ANN_22 and SNN_22).

Amount of funding

According to the call, HUF 28,5 million for maximum 36 months can be requested for each project. If the duration of the project is shorter, requested funding should be decreased on a pro rata temporis basis. Apart from remuneration and related taxes payable by the employer, certain tangible costs are also eligible, as well as overhead costs up to 10%, and costs of acquisition of scientific information and Open Access publication up to 10% of the direct project costs. The eligible amount of full-time researcher’s salary is HUF 470,000 gross per month. The implementation of PD type projects cannot involve participating researchers, however technical staff and students are allowed.

Duration of the project

The maximum project duration is 36 months. Projects shall commence between 1 September and 1 December 2022. 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 17 February 2022 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 to be submitted by regular mail / with electronic signature have been through the Online Application Portal.
All applications must be submitted in English irrespective of the field of science. Applications in Hungarian are only allowed on the basis of prior approval (so-called Hungaricum permission) requested by no later than 1 February 2022.

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 zhat qualifies as a research and knowledge-dissemination organisation under Commission Regulation (EU) No 651/2014;
  • 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) that qualifies as a research and knowledge-dissemination organisation under Commission Regulation (EU) No 651/2014;
  • non-profit organisation that qualifies as a research and knowledge-dissemination organisation under Commission Regulation (EU) No 651/2014.

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

Further eligibility terms for principal investigators

Only those postdoctors are eligible for the funding whose doctoral degree (PhD/DLA) was issued not earlier than 1 January 2017. Researchers with child(ren) born after the date of degree can apply for preferential terms in this respect. Further relief from the rule may be granted in special circumstances, upon individual considerations.

No more than one proposal can be submitted to this call, and FK_22, K_22, ANN_22 or SNN_22 proposals are not allowed in parallel. Awarded postdoctors must undertake to work at least 50% of their time (0,5 FTE) on the tasks defined in the project proposal.

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. Those actions are eligible which aim to achieve the key objectives developed on the basis of the research and work plan specified in the proposal, in any field of science and set out in the research project plan submitted to the NRDI Office.

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.

2022 winners of the “OTKA” postdoctoral excellence programme (PD_22)
This year’s “OTKA” postdoctoral excellence programme (PD_22) granted support to 74 early-stage researchers with doctoral degrees for their wages and research-related costs for a period of three years with a total budget of approximately HUF 2 billion.

The scheme proportionally fits in the domestic portfolio of competitive calls and aims to co-finance the employment costs of researchers, who have recently obtained their doctoral degrees, thus helping them to stay in research and build a career by joining a research group and cooperating with experienced researchers in Hungary.

The postdoctoral excellence project proposals were reviewed by anonymous reviewers against the criteria indicated in the call notice, with the involvement of expert panels and specialised scientific councils. The Deputy Secretary of State for Innovation, acting on a proposal from the councils responsible for decision preparation and as designated by the Minister for Science Policy Coordination, has decided to support 74 postdoc research projects, distributed by discipline as follows:

Field of science
Number of submitted proposals
(pcs)
Number of funded projects
(pcs)
Total amount claimed
(in HUF thousands)
Total amount awarded
(in HUF thousands)
Council of Humanities and Social Sciences 78 20 1 947 310 524 649
Council of Physical Sciences 91 18 2 505 519 490 276
Council of Complex Environmental Sciences 59 17 1 621 903 466 606
Council of Medical and Biological Sciences 73 19 2 035 628 533 591
Total 301 74 8 110 360 2 015 122


FUNDED PROJECTS

Funding organisation: Ministry of Culture and Innovation
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 31 August 2022

Evaluation panel
Project code
Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation
Project period
(month)
Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)
Political Science, Law and Govemment Sciences 143603 Szilárd Tóth: The boundaries of the political community: republican perspectives (Center for Social Sciences) 36 23 448
Economics 142198 András József Tóth: Sustainable school catering - Reduction of school food waste and modelling the reuse of unserved food (Indere Institute for Food System Research and Innovation Ltd.) 36 28 131
Economics 142547 Balázs Páger: The role of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the survival of new firms and in shaping the entrepreneurial activity (Centre for Economic and Regional Studies) 36 23 655
Economics 142585 Roland Molontay: Decision support in higher education using machine learning and econometric methods (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 28 488
Economics 142593 Marcell Tamás Kurbucz: Development and application of a linear law-based method for causality analysis and price prediction (Wigner Research Centre for Physics) 36 26 855
Economics 142873 Fatma ASLAN: Complex Collective Decision Problems (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 28 356
Literature 142174 Ágnes Dóbék: Literary and scientific patronage – Italian influence and Hungarian-Italian cultural relations in Hungary in the environment of the ecclesiastical aristocracy (1750–1800) (Research Centre for the Humanities) 36 27 232
Literature 142392 Tiziano Tubay: Pietro Ranzano, an Italian Humanist at the Court of King Matthias Corvinus: Hungarian History from the perspective of the Epithoma and the Annales (Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) 36 28 440
Culture 143034 Beáta Bálizs: The red-white-green unfolding from texts. Corpus research and cultural history (University of Pécs) 36 28 482
Linguistics 142317 Ágnes Kalivoda: The emergence of preverb constructions in Hungarian: a corpus-driven approach (Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics) 36 23 318
Psychology and Education 142382 Henrietta File-Bolló: The dog as a model for studying attentional bias in humans (Research Center of Natural Sciences) 36 28 341
Psychology and Education 143491 Krisztián Viktor Kasos: Investigation of the cognitive and physiological aspects of the anxiety-reducing effects of biofeedback. (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 25 272
Psychology and Education 143535 Katalin Oláh: The role of attachment style in spontaneous and controlled theory of mind processes (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 28 210
Archeology 143078 Bence Simon: Cultivation, society, rural life. The north-western hinterland of Aquincum (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 28 496
Society 142319 Dóra Gábriel: Silver economy in the making – Local and transnational actors in Hungary (Centre for Economic and Regional Studies) 24 17 776
Society 142389 Luca Sára Bródy: Civic strategies and local development: the restructuring of social integration (Centre for Economic and Regional Studies) 36 18 505
Society 142793 Judit Gárdos: Explanation in sociology in the 21st century. An empirical research. (Center for Social Sciences) 36 27 968
History 142230 Heléna Huhák: Survival in Diaries and Personal Documents: Everyday Life of Hungarian Jewish Deportees in Concentration and Forced Labor Camps (1944–1945) (Research Centre for the Humanities) 36 28 497
History 142913 Janka Kovács: The Beginnings of the Institutionalization of Psychiatry in Hungary between 1830 and 1868: Spaces, Practices, and Actors (Research Centre for the Humanities) 36 27 681
History 143587 Benedek Varga: A felvilágosodás krízise: August Ludwig Schlözer és Kelet-Közép-Európa a forradalmak korában (Research Centre for the Humanities) 35 27 498
Physics 142929 Tamás Gombor: Correlation functions in the AdS/CFT duality (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 28 494
Physics 143037 Gábor Piszter: Investigation, targeted modification, and application of biological photonic nanoarchitectures as functional biotemplates (Centre for Energy Research) 36 28 485
Physics 143160 István Máté Szécsényi: Entanglement and non-locality in quantum field theories (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 28 455
Physics 143226 Gyula Bencédi: Investigating small-system collectivity with identified particles using the LHC Run 3 data (Wigner Research Centre for Physics) 36 28 479
Engineering, Metallurgy, Architecture and Transport Sciences 142254 Kálmán Klapcsik: Acoustic cavitation control by reinforcement learning (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 22 753
Engineering, Metallurgy, Architecture and Transport Sciences 142307 Dorina Kovács: Lifetime prediction of rolling surfaces (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 28 322
Engineering, Metallurgy, Architecture and Transport Sciences 142720 Tamás Baranyai: Geometric Strength of Materials (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 25 551
Informatics and Electrical Engineering 143129 Gergely Firtha: Virtualization of reverberant acoustic environments (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 26 139
Informatics and Electrical Engineering 143599 Dániel Fényes: Vehicle-oriented observer design via combining classical and learning-based approaches (Computer and Automation Research Institute  HAS) 36 28 243
Chemistry 1 142293 Ágota Imre-Deák: Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticle/polymer coatings with long-lasting antimicrobial and antiviral properties (University of Szeged) 36 26 646
Chemistry 1 142372 Dávid Mester: Accurate excited-state properties for large molecules (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 28 425
Chemistry 1 142580 János Sarka: Pushing the limits of rovibrational molecular spectroscopy computations (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 28 497
Chemistry 1 143320 Andrea Molnár Csabáné Dr. Rónavári: Effect of carbon-based nanostructures on the aerobic granular sludge wastewater treatment process (University of Szeged) 36 28 378
Chemistry 2 142301 Edit Hirsch: Monitoring and control of modern biopharmaceutical processes with the support of advanced data analysis methods (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 28 368
Chemistry 2 142641 Tímea Kaszás: Investigation of anhydro-aldose oximes' chemical properties (University of Debrecen) 36 28 500
Chemistry 2 142970 Brigitta Nagy: Artificial intelligence-supported quality control of pharmaceutical manufacturing (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 36 27 077
Chemistry 2 143427 László Petri: Synthesis and application of new, therapeutically relevant bispecific antibody-drug conjugates (Research Center of Natural Sciences) 36 28 341
Mathematics and Computing Science 142154 Petra Renáta Rigó: New trends in research of interior-point algorithms (Corvinus University of Budapest) 36 21 123
Earth sciences 1 142660 Márk Szijártó: Investigation of the coupled age calculation and two- and three-dimensional heat transfer processes from theoretical groundwater flow models to the Buda Thermal Karst system (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 27 882
Earth sciences 1 142953 Dániel Kalmár: Lithospheric and upper mantle structure of the Alpine-Carpathian-Pannonian region: receiver function analysis of seismological data and geodynamic interpretation () 36 26 484
Earth sciences 1 143377 Kristóf Porkoláb: The role of dehydration reactions in triggering intermediate-depth seismicity: development and application of cutting edge numerical models () 36 25 359
Earth sciences 2 142335 Attila Kovács: Climate change impact assessments for sustainable tourism development in Hungary (University of Szeged) 36 23 125
Earth sciences 2 143378 Nóra Skarbit: Adaptation of the PALM-4U urban climate model using the Local Climate Zone system in case of a medium sized city (University of Szeged) 36 23 463
Complex agricultural sciences 142420 Arnold Rácz: The role of diverse photoreceptors in the regulation of physiological and biochemical plant responses during acclimation to ultraviolet radiation (University of Pécs) 36 28 383
Complex agricultural sciences 142628 Júlia Katalin Szilasné Jósvai: Investigation of semiochemicals influencing the orientation of pest insects in order to develop female-targeted (bisexual) baits (Centre for Agricultural Research) 36 28 458
Complex agricultural sciences 143055 Krisztina Pesti: Developing a high throughput electrophysiology screening method for testing insecticides on sodium channels (Centre for Agricultural Research) 36 28 500
Plant and animal breeding 142122 Erika Beáta Bencsik-Kerekes: Utilization of quorum quenchers against food-contaminating yeasts (University of Szeged) 36 28 017
Plant and animal breeding 143382 Áron Péter: Seasonality and host specificity of bat related ectoparasites and pathogens (University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest) 36 28 331
Ecology and evolution 142106 Ivett Ildikó Pipoly: Urbanisation and climate change-driven extreme heat effects on bird reproductive output (University of Pannonia) 36 28 416
Ecology and evolution 142602 Nikoletta Andrea Nagy: Pan-genome of Lethrus apterus, a biparental beetle species (University of Debrecen) 36 28 374
Ecology and evolution 142654 János Ujszegi: Geographic variation in the effects of chytridiomycosis on amphibians: Causes and consequences (Centre for Agricultural Research) 36 28 484
Ecology and evolution 142704 Edina Nemesházi: Fitness-related effects of sex reversal in the agile frog (Centre for Agricultural Research) 36 28 499
Ecology and evolution 143107 Tamara Szentiványi: Anthropogenic activities on invasive mosquitoes and mosquito-borne parasites: patterns of community structure, insecticide resistance, host choice, and parasite distribution (Centre for Ecological Research) 36 28 413
Ecology and evolution 143139 Judit Abdai: Ethological approach to develop artificial social agents (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 28 113
Ecology and evolution 143425 Réka Fekete: The role of roadsides in the preservation of the native flora (University of Debrecen) 36 28 305
Physiology, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology and Endocrinology 143241 Renáta Szabó: Examination and therapeutic approach of the oxidative and inflammatory background of fertility-related female and male hormonal disturbances in obese and non-obese rat models: Spotlight on the kisspeptin signaling (University of Szeged) 36 28 467
Physiology, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology and Endocrinology 143327 Éva Pál: Role of vitamin D deficiency in vascular aging (Semmelweis University) 36 28 500
Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology 142838 Milán Somogyvári: Systematic analysis of the Hsp90 interactome in C. elegans (Semmelweis University) 36 28 137
Neurosciences 143380 Ágnes Kandrács: Multidirectional propagation of SPW-R complexes in the rat hippocampus, in vitro (Research Center of Natural Sciences) 36 28 500
Neurosciences 143386 Dániel Kuti: Contribution of the gut microbiome in Parkinson's disease (Institute of Experimental Medicine) 36 28 500
Neurosciences 143582 Domokos Meszéna: Co-localized and simultaneous intra- and extracellular recordings for ground-truthing cellular level neurophysiology (Research Center of Natural Sciences) 36 28 500
Neurosciences 143650 Gergely Szalay: Using 3D optical photostimulation induced artificial perception to investigate the properties of the neuronal ensembles responsible for the perception (Institute of Experimental Medicine) 36 28 488
Immunity, Cancer and Microbiology 142272 Mihály Cserepes: Investigation of cancer chemoresistance mechanisms in PDTX models (National Institute of Oncology) 36 28 440
Immunity, Cancer and Microbiology 142418 Gábor Petővári: Studying the intra- and extracellular presence and the potential tumor biology (associated) role of gamma-aminobutyric acid in human breast cancers (Semmelweis University) 36 28 341
Immunity, Cancer and Microbiology 142930 Anett Türk-Mázló: Exploring the immunoregulation by mesenchymal stromal cells via the modification of cell death processes (University of Debrecen) 36 28 500
Immunity, Cancer and Microbiology 143297 Richárd Kiss: Characterization of the clonal evolution of childhood soft tissue sarcomas and investigation of their therapeutic targets by molecular genetic methods (Semmelweis University) 36 28 500
Clinical Medicine 142288 Kata Kovács: Hydrocortisone therapy during hypothermia treatment in asphyxiated neonates (Semmelweis University) 36 27 880
Clinical Medicine 143698 Péter Endre Éltes: PASCAL: Patient-Specific Cervical Alignment restoration using in silico biomechanical methods (Buda Health Center) 36 28 272
Molecular and Structural Biology and Biochemistry 142287 Dávid Dóra: The role of the extracellular matrix and the immune microenvironment in the pathogenesis of colitis associated neuroinflammation and dysmotility (Semmelweis University) 36 28 455
Molecular and Structural Biology and Biochemistry 142709 Veronika Zámbó: Investigation of natural mutations and transcriptional control of a human stearoyl-CoA desaturase isoenzyme (SCD5) predominant in the central nervous system (Semmelweis University) 36 26 742
Molecular and Structural Biology and Biochemistry 143438 Nia Zlatkova Petrova: Revealing photosynthetic mechanisms supporting high electric current  production in green microalgae (Biological Research Centre Szeged) 36 28 200
Cellular and Developmental Biology 142943 Attila Boda: Exploring the molecular mechanisms of autophagosome positioning (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 28 500
Cellular and Developmental Biology 143268 András Kincses: Electrical Impedance-Based Characterization of Sub- and Supracellular Structures by Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip Methods (Biological Research Centre Szeged) 36 26 542
Cellular and Developmental Biology 143786 Tibor Kovács: Novel regulatory points for autophagy activation in Drosophila neurodegenerative and ageing models (Eötvös Loránd University) 36 26 127
Updated: 14 September 2022
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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 timing and the budget of the RDI funding schemes of the EU-financed operational programme (Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme Plus - EDIOP Plus) has been approved by the Government within the Annual Development Plan (ADP), upon the proposal of the NRDI Office.

The 2022 calls for domestic RDI proposals financed from the NRDI Fund are set out in the annual Programme Strategy adopted by the Government.
(Government Decree 1414/2022. (VIII. 18.)

The table below shows the calls announced for the period 2021-2027 and their amounts, broken down by year.

Source
Specificity
Budget
2021
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2022
(Bn HUF)

NRF RF NRF RF
GINOP Plusz (EDIOP)
Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme Plusz
136,670 - 5 -
NRDI Fund
National Research, Development and Innovation Fund
189,384 - 143,8293
-
ITM (2021) Ministry for Innovation and Technology (2021) 11 - - -
RRF Recovery and Resilience Facility 153,141 - 39,750 -
SUM
 
490,195 - 188,5793 -

NRF= non-refundable
RF= refundable

Source
Calls for proposals
Budget
2021
(Bn HUF)

Budget
2022
(Bn HUF)
NRF RF NRF RF

GINOP Plusz
2021-2022

ITM
2021

Support of business RDI activities
Stimulating business research, development and innovation
GINOP Plusz-2.1.2-21
136,67 - - -
Targeted R&D services Targeted R&D services to businesses, research sites, and research and knowledge-dissemination organisations
GINOP Plusz-2.2.1-22
- - 5 -
Energetics Calls The implementation of developments for the recovery, storage or market-based use of waste heat through innovative storage or conversion technologies
2021-2.1.2-HŐ
5 - - -
The implementation of developments promoting innovative electrochemical storage of surplus carbon-free electricity
2021-2.1.1-EK
6 - - -
RRF
2021-2022
Practice-oriented higher education Infrastructure and skills development for practice-oriented higher education
RRF-2.1.2-21
81,476 - - -
National Laboratories Establishment and complex development of the National Laboratory
RRF-2.3.1-21
71,765 - - -
Higher education courses and services adapted to the core activities of adult education institution Institutional innovation of higher education courses and services adapted to the core activities of adult education institutions and strengthening of adult learning activities in higher education
RRF-2.1.3- 22
- - 39,750 -
Innovation Sub-fund
2021-2022
Support for market-driven RDI projects Support for market-driven RDI projects
2020-1.1.2-PIACI KFI; 2021-1.1.3-PIACI KFI
59,06 - 40,4673 -
KKV Start programme KKV Start Innovation
2020-1.1.1-KKV START
12 - - -
Fast track programme Fast track
2020-1.1.5-GYORSÍTÓSÁV; 2021-1.1.4-GYORSÍTÓSÁV
3 - 12,85 -
Intellectual property Support of activities fostering the domestic and international protection of intellectual property with the aim of facilitating the utilisation of such intellectual property
2020-1.1.3-IPARJOG, 2021-1.1.1-IPARJOG
0,4 - 0,3 -
University Innovation Ecosystema
University Innovation Ecosystem
2019-1.2.1-EGYETEMI ÖKO
2 - - -
International programmes 2019-2.1.3-NEMZ_ECSEL (2021); 2019-2.1.2-NEMZ (2021); 2020-1.2.1-GYAK (2021); 2021-1.2.1-EIT-KIC (2021); 2021-1.2.4-TÉT (2021); 2021-1.2.5-TÉT-IPARI-RU (2021) 2019-2.1.7-ERA-NET (2021. 2022); 2020-1.2.3-EUREKA (2021, 2022); 2021-1.2.2-EU_KKV (2021. 2022); 2021-1.2.3-EU_KP (2021, 2022); 2021-4.1.2-NEMZ_KI (2021, 2022); 2021-1.2.6-TÉT-IPARI-MA (2021), 2022-1.2.4-EUREKA (2022); 2022-1.2.6-TÉT-IPARI-TR (2022); 2022-1.2.3-GYAK (2022); 2022-1.2.2-TÉT-IPARI-UZ (2022), 2022-1.2.5-TÉT-IPARI-KR (2022) 3,5 - 6 -
Centres of excellence
Establishing and developing centres of excellence2022-1.1.1-KK - - 20,7 -
Startup Programme Startup Programme - - 8,5 -
Investment in the future Fund Investment in the future
2020-1.1.6-JÖVŐ
7 - - -
Development of an applied research network Participation in the National Network of Applied Research Institutes
2021-1.1.2-AKH
1,63 - - -
Research Sub-fund
2021
-2022
Thematic Excellence Programme 2021 Thematic Excellence Programme
TKP2021
75 - - -
New National Excellence Programme New National Excellence Programme – Call for Research Scholarship Applications for Undergraduate Students
ÚNKP-21-1; ÚNKP-22-1
0,60 - 0,828 -
New National Excellence Programme – Call for Research Scholarship Applications for Graduate Students
ÚNKP-21-2; ÚNKP-22-2
New National Excellence Programme – Call for Research Scholarship Applications for PhD Students
ÚNKP-21-3; ÚNKP-22-3
1 - 1,2 -
New National Excellence Programme – “Power Up Science!” Call for Research Scholarship Applications for Doctoral Candidate sand Postdoctors
ÚNKP-21-4; ÚNKP-22-4
0,832 - 1,052 -
New National Excellence Programme – Call for Scholarship Applications for Bolyai+ Higher Education Teachers and Researchers
ÚNKP-21-5; ÚNKP-22-5
1,40 - 0,70 -
New National Excellence Programme – “Power up your Talent!” Call for Research Scholarship Applications for New Higher Education Students
ÚNKP-21-6; ÚNKP-22-6
0,168 - 0,22 -
Postdoctoral and Young researchers’ excellence programme and Call for thematic research projects Postdoctoral and Young researchers’ excellence programme and Call for thematic research projects (OTKA)
PD_21, FK_21, K_21, ANN_21, SNN_21
PD_22, FK_22, K_22, ANN_22, SNN_22
12,9 - 13,5 -
Patronage Programme Science Patronage Programme
MEC_21
1 - - -
Forefront – Research Excellence Programme Forefront – Research Excellence Programme
KKP_21, KKP_22
3 - 3 -
Cooperative Doctoral Programme Cooperative Doctoral Programme
KDP-2021
4,894 - 2,832 -
Strategic R&D centres Strategic R&D centres
SKFM-2022
- - 3 -
Development of the Selye János Student Lab Network Development of the Selye János Student Lab Network - - 2 -
National Laboratories Sub-fund
2022
National Laboratories Establishment and complex development of the National Laboratories
2022-2.1.1-NL
- - 26,6 -
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