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Funded projects following further increase of the 2020 budget of OTKA calls
30 September 2020
Last modified: 13 April 2021
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The total amount of funding available for OTKA calls in 2020 was increased with an approximately HUF 300 million, the amount that remained after adaption of the Frontline calls to international standards. The budget increase allowed the funding of seven additional projects on top of the ones previously proposed for funding by the scientific councils.

The following projects were selected for funding by the Ministry for Innovation and Technology, independently from the councils’ proposals, based on RDI policy considerations, at the expense of the additional funds. The projects are technically managed in the OTKA EPR system, but monitored by the Ministry for Innovation and Technology.


Project code
Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation
Project period
(month)
Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)
135829
Tibor Barna: Bionics equipments and methods of the inproving of human neuromuscular performences (University of Physical Education) 24
6 540
135316
Gergely Fehér: Problematic internet use and its consequences (University of Pécs) 48
38 160
135841
László Zsolt Garamszegi: Implementation of an innovative surveillance system for invasive mosquitoes based on citizen science in Hungary with implications for research and practice (Centre for Ecological Research) 48
47 976
135854
Heriberto Cabezas: Chemical Waste: Designing Optimal Reuse and Management Supply Chains Networks (University of Miskolc)
48
47 208
135979
Gábor Kecskés: Sustainability and Law (Széchenyi István University)
36
35 640
135360
Miklós Sándor Zoltán Kellermayer: In situ structure and mechanics of the giant muscle protein titin (Semmelweis University) 48
47 832
134711
Péter Závodszky: Dissecting the protein-protein interactions involved in the signaling network around Rho kinases (Research Center of Natural Sciences)
48
48 000
Total
271 356
Updated: 13 April 2021
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