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Call for proposals for research teams with significant achievements of internationally outstanding impact (KH_17)
Date of announcement: 07 february 2017
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Deadline for E-submission: 31 august 2017
31 august 2017
Deadline for application via post office: 07 09 2017, 24:00
Submitter of proposal
Budgetary institution, Non-profit organisation
Beneficiary groups
Institution of higher education, Institution of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS/MTA), Other budgetary research institution, Non-profit research organisation
Budget
HUF 1 000 000 000
Estimated number of funded projects
50 pcs
Funds available per project
HUF 20 Mn
Project duration
24 months
Field of research activity
Fundamental research
Evaluator of proposals
NRDI Office
Date of publication of the call: 7 February 2017
Deadline for submission: 31 August 2017


The call aims to help domestic research groups with excellent, internationally acclaimed scientific achievements to produce further results which significantly contribute to the development of their scientific field and lay the groundwork for further research by implementing their project in a Hungarian host institution and by presenting such results in scientific fora ensuring the greatest possible visibility.

The call is open to researchers and research groups with a research facility in Hungary whose scientific achievements have significant international impact, i.e. who have at least one excellent publication published after 1 January 2014 achieving an international citation index accounting for the top 5 percent in the given field of science within two years from the date of publication.

In order to strengthen the international visibility and reputation of Hungarian science, the NRDI Office announced this call to encourage individual researchers and research groups to strive for scientific results which are outstanding even by international standards, highly acclaimed by the scientific community and can be used by others as starting points for further research projects. The call intends to offer an opportunity for researchers who have no publications in the top impact factor journals but demonstrate a citation index that implies excellent publication performance with internationally outstanding impact.

The call is financed from the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund.

Submission of project proposals

Applications can be submitted electronically through the Online Application Portal of the NRDI Office by 31 August 2017. In the first stage only those proposals will be accepted that are submitted electronically by 9 March 2017 17:00 CET (postmarking deadline for submissions via regular mail: 16 March 2017). In the second stage only those proposals will be accepted that are submitted electronically by 31 August 2017 17:00 CET (postmarking deadline for submissions via regular mail: 7 September 2017). Proposals may not be submitted only electronically or in person. Proposals have to be submitted in Hungarian irrespective of the given field of science (however, certain parts of the proposal, namely the summary and the work plan, shall also be drawn up in English).

Who can apply

Researchers (principal investigators) with Hungarian or foreign nationality have to apply jointly with the host institution which has to be

  • a higher education institution, research centre, research institution, budgetary organ, or an institution thereof having legal personality if it qualifies as a research organisation;
  • a business company having at least one full financial year closed, applying double-entry bookkeeping, not belonging to the scope of simplified entrepreneurial tax (EVA) (only non-profit activities are eligible for funding);
  • a non-profit organisation pursuing research and development as core activity.

Throughout the entire implementation period, the principal investigator shall be employed full-time by the host institution under an employment contract, civil service contract or other work-related legal relationship.

Further requirements for principal investigators

The researcher who submits the project proposal has to be the first, last or corresponding author of the excellent publication on which the proposal is based. The members of a research group may only submit one project proposal.

At the time of application the principal investigator shall hold a doctoral (PhD/DLA) degree or a certificate issued by the university doctoral council, and has to be affiliated to a Hungarian host institution.

One researcher may only participate in one KH project proposal as principal investigator and may only assume principal investigator position in maximum two projects funded by the NRDI Office under any other of the research funding schemes (FK, K, NK, NF or NN types) at a time. The principal investigator and the research group of a project funded under the KH_17 scheme may not receive further funding under the KH scheme for 24 months following the start of the funded project.

Eligible objectives and activities

The discovery research activities indicated in the research and work plan, and the actions required to implement the project plan submitted to the NRDI Office are eligible and not bound by any thematic priority or restricted to any field of science, if otherwise the application meets the conditions laid down in the call.

Available budget

In order to achieve the objectives of the call the NRDI Office has earmarked a total budget of HUF 1 billion from the NRDI Fund for the 2017–2020 period in line with the Act on the Central Budget and with regard to the programme strategy of the NRDI Fund. From this amount HUF 0.5 billion can be disbursed in 2017 depending on the programme strategy for 2017.

Available funds

Up to HUF 20 million in non-refundable funding per project. Maximum funding intensity is 100%.

Duration of the project

The mandatory duration of projects is 24 months. Projects shall start between 1 July 2017 and 1 December 2017 (projects awarded in the second stage may not start earlier than 1 November 2017).

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Winners of the call “Funding for research teams with significant achievements of internationally outstanding impact” (KH_17), 2nd round

Recognising the international visibility of scientific performance, measured by innovation scoreboards, university rankings and the citation index of scientific publications, is gaining importance worldwide.

With the excellence programme titled “Funding for research teams with significant achievements of internationally outstanding impact” (KH_17), having a total budget of HUF 1 billion, the NRDI Office urges domestic research groups to achieve new results which greatly advance their field of science and lay the groundwork for further research, and to present them in the most visible international scientific fora. The call is open to researchers whose publication achieved an international citation index accounting for the top 5 percent in the given field of science within two years from the date of publication.

In the second assessment round of the KF_17 call, 30 out of the 33 proposals met the formal requirements. The decision preparation body has recommended 25 proposals for funding and 5 proposals to be rejected due to lack of funds to the President of the NRDI Office.

The call is planned to be announced again next year, where the proposals rejected due to lack of funds can be resubmitted.

FUNDED PROJECTS

Funding organisation: NRDI Office
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 15 November 2017

Principal investigator
Proposal title
Research institution
FTE (total)
Support awarded (Ft)
Date of excellent publication
Title of excellent publication
Zoltán Novák
Development of Novel Synthetic Methods Based on Borate and Fluoroalkyl Motifs
Eötvös Loránd University (Institute of Chemistry)
4,06
19 826 000
July 28, 2014
Efficient Copper-Catalyzed Trifluoromethylation of Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Iodides: The Beneficial Anchoring Effect of Borates
Vince Grolmusz
Mathematical analysis of biological graphs
Eötvös Loránd University (Department of Computer Science)
1
20 000 000
June - August 2015
A Note on the PageRank of Undirected Graphs
Orsolya Emőke Deák-Valkó
Seed banks and community assembly in grassland dynamics
University of Debrecen (Department of Ecology)
4,4
18 275 000
January 1, 2014
Environmental factors driving vegetation and seed bank diversity in alkali grasslands
Béla Tóthmérész
Linking biodiversity with ecosystems functions and services
University of Debrecen (Department of Ecology)
2
19 502 000
January 1, 2014
Soil extracellular enzyme activities are sensitive indicators of detrital inputs and carbon availability
Zsolt Kotroczó
The effects of quantitative and qualitative changes of soil organic matter on degrading soil biology processes and nutrient turnover
Szent István University (Department of Soil Science and Water Management)
2
20 000 000
March 2014
Soil enzyme activity in response to long-term organic matter manipulation
Edina Kundrát-Simon
Functionality of urban ecosystem: ecology, urban green area and air quality
University of Debrecen (Department of Ecology)
1,8
19 912 000
May 7, 2014
Elemental concentrations in deposited dust on leaves along an urbanization gradient
Sándor Nagy
Quantum renormalization group
University of Debrecen (Department of Theoretical Physics)
2,4
6 606 000
November 2014
Lectures on renormalization and asymptotic safety
Tamás Szabó
Improvement of the selective layer of composite membranes by graphene oxide
University of Szeged (Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science)
2,4
19 992 000
January 7, 2014
The structure of graphene oxide membranes in liquid water,ethanol and water-ethanol mixtures 
Péter Németh
Tracing peculiar diamond nanostructures
Research Center of Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry)
3,4
19 948 000
November 20, 2014
Lonsdaleite is faulted and twinned cubic diamond and does not exist as a discrete material
Miklós Rásonyi
Stationary processes in financial mathematics
Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, HAS
3,4
19 961 000
April 2015
Fragility of arbitrage and bubbles in local martingale diffusion models
András László Majdik
Robot localiyation using visual infromation
Computer and Automation Research Institute  HAS
0,6
19 099 000
October 2015
Air‐ground Matching: Appearance‐based GPS‐denied Urban Localization of Micro Aerial Vehicles
Tamás Turányi
Analysis and comparison of natural gas combustion reaction mechanisms
Eötvös Loránd University (Institute of Chemistry)
1,6
19 996 000
September 2014
Comparison of the performance of several recenthydrogen combustion mechanisms 
Krisztián Bányai
Rotavirus interferon antagonism
Centre for Agricultural Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Institute for Veterinary Medical Research)
4,6
19 984 000
April 2015
Candidate new rotavirus species in sheltered dogs, Hungary
Gábor Czédli
Problems motivated by lattice theory and geometry and, in addition, special lattices
University of Szeged (Bolyai Institute)
3,89
11 595 000
October 2014
Patch extensions and trajectory colorings of slimrectangular lattices
Andrea Manno-Kovács
Multimodal feature fusion for establishing novel 3D saliency models
Computer and Automation Research Institute  HAS
1
19 252 000
October 2015
Orientation-selective building detection in aerial images
Csaba Bödör
Liquid biopsy based identification and monitoring of novel therapeutic targets in B-cell lymphomas
Semmelweis University (Dept. of Pathology and Experimental Cancer Research)
6,9
19 320 000
February 2014
Integrated genomic analysis identifies recurrent mutations and evolution patterns driving the initiation and progression of follicular lymphoma
László Pásztor
Elaboration of spatial predictions together with modelling of their uncertainty for specific functions and processes of soils applying spatial statistical and machine learning methods
Centre for Agricultural Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Institute for Soil Sciences and Agricultural Chemistry)
5,3
19 936 000
September 15, 2016
Maps of hevy metals in the soils of the European Union and proposed priority for detailed assessment
Gyula Ostoros
Investigating KRAS status and the efficacy of anti-VEGF treatment in advanced lung adenocarcinoma
Koranyi National Institute for Pulmonology
4,1
19 886 000
July 2014
Subtype-specific KRAS mutations in advanced lung adenocarcinoma: A retrospective study of patients treated with palatinum-based chemoherapy
Péter Nagy
Cooperative actions of Trx/GSH systems and the CARS2 system in mediating protein polysulfidation
National Institute of Oncology
3
19 932 000
January 22, 2016
A novel persulfide detection method reveals protein persulfide- and polysulfide-reducing functions of thioredoxin and glutathione systems.
Pál Maurovich-Horvat
Utility of low dose dynamic perfusion CT using novel iterative image reconstruction algorithm
Semmelweis University
2
18 912 000
August 11, 2015
The effect of interative model reconstruction on coronary artery calcium quantification
Péter Erdos
Sampling degree sequence realizations (DegreeSampling)
Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics HAS
5,4
16 435 000
August 26, 2015
Exact sampling of graphs with prescribed degree correlations
László Acsády
Neural basis of stress induced sleep disturbances
Institute of Experimental Medicine Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Laboratory of Thalamus Research)
0,4
20 000 000
December 2014
Convergence of Cortical and Sensory Driver Inputs on Single Thalamocortical Cells
László Nagy
Dissecting the transcriptional network allowing macrophages to control angiogenesis
University of Debrecen (Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
2
20 000 000
July 15, 2014
The active enhancer network operated by liganded RXRsupports angiogenic activity in machrophages
Károly Tőkési
Ultrafast dynamics in intense laser-matter interaction
Institute for Nuclear Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Laboratory of Electronics and Detector Development)
3,2
20 000 000
July 19, 2016
Semiclassical two-step model for strong-field ionization
Róbert Horváth
Bacteria on optical biochips: fundamentals and model systems
MTA Centre for Energy Research (Institute of Technical Physics and Materials Science)
1,4
19 972 000
February 7, 2014
Dependence of cancer cell adhesion kinetics on integrin ligand surface density measured by a high-throughput label-free resonant waveguide grating biosensor


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Funding for research groups with internationally outstanding high impact results (KH_17) Round 1

Recognising the international visibility of scientific results is gaining importance worldwide. It is measured by innovation scoreboards, university rankings and the citation index of scientific publications..

By announcing the excellence programme titled “Funding for research groups with internationally outstanding high impact results” (KH_17), having a total budget of HUF 1 billion, the NRDI Office incentivises domestic research groups to achieve new results which greatly advance their field of science and lay the groundwork for further research, and to present them in the most visible international scientific forums

The KH_17 call was designed to provide funding to 50 eligible research groups but only 30 applicants entered the competition and only 27 of them met the strict requirement to have an internationally significant publication achieving a citation index that belong to the top 5% of their scientific field within two years following publication. This call was also dominated by the Eötvös Loránd University with 7 funded projects. The ranking by scientific field is led by physics and neuroscience with 4-4 funded projects.

Of the proposals submitted for the KH_17 call, accepting the recommendation of the decision preparation bodies, the President of the NRDI Office selected 27 project proposals for funding as follows:


Number of submitted proposals
(pcs)

Number of funded projects
(pcs)

Total amount claimed
(in HUF thousands)


Total amount awarded
(in HUF thousands)

KH_17
30
27
582 842
529 972

The unused budget remains available forfurther project proposals until 31 August 2017.

At an open forum in February 2017 the President of the NRDI Office summarised the lessons drawn from the assessment process of discovery research calls with the aim of preparing next year’s call, helping applicants to get prepared and upgrading the assessment process. Review of Competitive RDI Calls – programmes fostering discovery research (1 February 2017)

FUNDED PROJECTS

Funding organisation: NRDI Office
Source: NRDI Fund
Date of decision: 10 July 2017

Evaluation panel
Project code
Principal investigator/Project title/Research organisation
Project period
(month)

Amount of awarded funds
(in HUF thousands)

Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124293
Szalay Péter: Biológiai makromolekulák leírásához használt QM/MM és fragmens alapú módszerek kvantumkémiai összetevőire vonatkozó referenciaszámítások elvégzése (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
19 998
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124345
Gulyás Attila: Hogyan modulálja a bazális előagyból eredő kevert kolinerg-GABAerg pálya a neocortex eltérő területeinek aktivitását? (MTA Kísérleti Orvostudományi Kutatóintézet)
24
19 794
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124472
Pál Magda: Poliaminok szerepének vizsgálata a növényi hormonokkal való kapcsolatrendszerének függvényében (MTA Agrártudományi Kutatóközpont)
24
18 884
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124541
Nagy Zsombor Kristóf: Nanoszálgyártási technológiák és új, nanoszál alapú gyógyszerkészítmények fejlesztése (Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem)
24
19 989
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124765
Tóth Brigitta: 3D talaj-vízgazdálkodási térképkészítés új módszertanának kidolgozása és alkalmazásának tesztelése a Balaton vízgyűjtőjén (MTA Agrártudományi Kutatóközpont)
24
19 292
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124972
Katona István: A DGL-alfa enzim szerepe hippokampális GABAerg neurotranszmisszió szabályozásában (MTA Kísérleti Orvostudományi Kutatóintézet)
24
19 980
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
124985
Garab Győző: A reakciócentrum-komplex konformációváltozásai a második fotokémiai rendszerben:  kimutatásuk, mechanizmusuk és funkcionális jelentőségük (MTA Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont)
24
19 966
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125096
Pál Károly Ferenc: Eszközfüggetlen kvantumprotokollok nem desztillálható kvantumrendszerek tesztelésére (MTA Atommagkutató Intézet)
24
19 995
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125108
Takáts Szabolcs: Kis GTPázok és kölcsönható partnereik szerepe a lizoszomális lebontó útvonalak szabályozásában (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
20 000
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125280
Vattay Gábor: Szocio-ökonómiai adatok skálázás a városméret függvényében (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
19 972
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125294
Hangya Balázs: A bazális előagy kolinerg és GABAerg sejtjeinek szerepe egészséges és kóros öregedési folyamatokban (MTA Kísérleti Orvostudományi Kutatóintézet)
24
19 994
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125380
Ispánovity Péter Dusán: Diszlokációlavinák kísérleti és elméleti vizsgálata (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
19 979
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125527
Andics Attila: Összehasonlító hallási fMRI vizsgálatok törpemalacon: egy új modellfaj bevezetése a kognitív neuroetológiába (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
20 000
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125566
Tory Kálmán: Az NPHS2 interallelikus interakcióinak vizsgálata in vivo (Semmelweis Egyetem)
24
19 968
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125567
Pozsgai Balázs Sándor: Spinláncok nemegyensúlyi dinamikája (MTA Támogatott Kutatócsoportok Irodája)
24
19 896
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125570
Ferdinandy Péter: Gyógyszertámadáspontok azonosítása iszkémiás szívbetegségben és komorbiditásaiban transzkriptomikai adatok bioinformatikai predikciójával és a támadáspontok kísérletes validálásával (Semmelweis Egyetem)
24
19 670
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125584
Kele Sándor: Paleohőmérsékleti rekonstrukció édesvízi karbonátok stabil- és clumped izotóp geokémiai vizsgálata alapján (MTA Csillagászati és Földtudományi Kutatóközpont)
24
19 400
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125597
Kardos József: Szerkezetvizsgáló módszer fejlesztése a rendezetlen fehérjék szerkezetének és kölcsönhatásainak vizsgálatára (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
19 988
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125607
Tusnády Gábor: Nagy áteresztő képességű kísérleti módszer fejlesztése transzmembrán fehérjék szerkezetvizsgálatára (MTA Természettudományi Kutatóközpont)
24
20 000
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125608
Héberger Károly: Hasonlósági és különbözőségi indexekre vonatkozó új fúziós stratégiák (MTA Természettudományi Kutatóközpont)
24
19 166
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125616
Papp Balázs: Horizontális génátvitel és enzim-promiszkuitás a mikrobiális anyagcserehálózatok evolúciójában (MTA Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont)
24
19 997
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125628
Röst Gergely: Metapopulációk dinamikája és kontrollja (Szegedi Tudományegyetem)
24
19 926
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125675
Kocsis Bence: Galaxismagok fekete lyukai (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)
24
20 000
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125678
Hegyi Péter: Heveny hasnyálmirigy-gyulladás a laboratóriumtól a betegágyig (Pécsi Tudományegyetem)
24
19 442
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125681
Benedek Csaba: Változásdetekció és eseményfelismerés képi és Lidar mérések fúziójával (MTA Számítástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutatóintézet)
24
19 628
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125688
Fekete István Csaba: Klímaváltozás hatása a hazai nedves, mezofil és száraz tölgyesekre és azok talajainak szerves szén raktározó képességére (Szent István Egyetem)
24
20 000
Kiváló hatású közlemények bizottsága
125698
Csáji Balázs Csanád: Markov döntési folyamatok becslése és közelítő megoldása (MTA Számítástechnikai és Automatizálási Kutatóintézet)
24
15 048


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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 2017, scheduling calls with a total budget over HUF 90 billion (EUR 295 million) has been endorsed by the Government decree 1762/2016. (XII.15.).

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 all calls for proposals and their budget relating to the main target areas (Corporate/Business RDI, Knowledge transfer between the industries and the academia/universities, Development of research infrastructure, Discovery research, Promotion of international cooperation programmes), split by the source of funding.

Source
Specificity
Budget
2015 (Bn HUF)

Budget
2016 (Bn HUF)

Budget
2017 (Bn HUF)

Budget
2018 (Bn HUF)

non-
refundable

non-
refundable

refundable
non-
refundable

refundable
non-
refundable

refundable
GINOP
Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme (EDIOP/GINOP) European funds for the entire country except the Central Hungary region
382.84
60.23
112.19
36.76
70
9
-
VEKOP
Competitive Central Hungary Operational Programme (CCHOP/VEKOP) European funds for the Central Hungary region
-
42.64
-

 5.49

-
NKFI Fund
National Research, Development and Innovation Fund made up of the innovation tax paid by enterprises
11.29
68.43
-
89.21
-
77.60
-

Target areas
Calls for proposals
Budget
2015 (Bn HUF)

Budget
2016 (Bn HUF)

Budget
2017 (Bn HUF)

Budget
2018 (Bn HUF)

non-
refundable

non-
refundable

refundable
non-
refundable

refundable
non-
refundable

refundable
Corporate/
business RDI activities

Support of business RDI activities
GINOP-2.1.1-15; VEKOP-2.1.1-15; KFI_16; 2018-1.1.2-KFI
77.5
22
 -

 -

 -
-
19.97
 -
-
-
-
-
-
21
 -
35.44
-
20
-
Funding to micro and small enterprises for innovation activities 2018-1.1.1-MKI
-
-
-
-
-
10
-
Business RDI, loan
GINOP-8.1.1-16
-
-
30.09




Business RDI, combined with loan
GINOP-2.1.2-8.1.4-16
-
59
50
-
-
-
-
National technology and intellectual property, venture capital programme
GINOP-8.1.3/A-16
-
-
32,1




Smart specialisation, venture capital programme
GINOP-8.1.3/B-17; VEKOP 2.1.2-17
-
-
-
-
 70
-
-
-
-
-
-
 5.49
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-
Intellectual property rights
GINOP-2.1.3-15; IPARJOG_15
0.2
-

-

-

0.3
-
 -
0.1
-
0.2
-
Innovation voucher
GINOP-2.1.4-15
0.1
-
 -




Innovation ecosystem (start-up and spin-off)
GINOP-2.1.5-15; ÖKO_16
4.714
-





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-
 -
1.5
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-
-
Exportable innovative product development
GINOP-2.1.6-16
-
1.225
 -

-

-
Support for export oriented R&D activities of domestic businesses
Export_17
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-
-
4.83
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-
-
Prototype, product, technology and service development
GINOP-2.1.7-15; VEKOP-2.1.7-15;
48.64
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 -




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10.35
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-
-
-
-
Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs through adaptive technological innovation
GINOP-2.1.8-17
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36.761
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Knowledge transfer
R&D competitiveness and excellence cooperation programmes
GINOP-2.2.1-15; NVKP_16; VEKOP-2.2.1-16; GINOP-2.2.1-18
95.231
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-
-
9
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-
2.29
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28
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-

National Excellence Programme2018.1.2.1-NKP
 
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-
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-
5
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Competitiveness and excellence cooperation programmes
VKE_17; 2018-1.3.1-VKE
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-
-
16.73
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26
-
Research infrastructure development of Higher Education and Industry Cooperation Centres
GINOP-2.3.4-15; FIEK_16
26.86
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 -




-
8
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Research infrastructure
Excellence of Strategic R&D centres
GINOP-2.3.2-15; VEKOP-2.3.2-16
64.25
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-
-
-
-
-
4.02





Strengthening research infrastructures - internationalisation, networking
GINOP-2.3.3-15; VEKOP-2.3.3-15
25.29
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 -
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-
6.01
 -
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ELI laser research facility
GINOP-2.3.6-15
40.05
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-

Discovery research and postdoctoral programmes
Researcher-initiated research projects
K_15; K_16; K_17
5.98
7
-
6.5
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-
-
Researcher-initiated research projects K_18Research projects initiated by young researchers FK_18
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-
-
-
-
9.4
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Postdoctoral research projects
PD 2015/1,2, 3
1.57
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-
-
-
-
-
Postdoctoral excellence programme
PD_16; PD_17; PD_18
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1.8
-
1.5
-
1.5
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Research projects initiated by young researchers
FK_17
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-
-
3
-
-
-
Support of research teams with internationally prominent achievements
KH_17; KH_18
-
-
-
1
-
1.2
-
“Frontline” – Research Excellence Programme KKP_17; KKP_19
-
-
-
-
-
3
-
National Excellence Programme
NKP_17
-
-
-
10
-
-
-
International RDI cooperation
National support for European Research Council (ERC) programme entries
ERC_HU_15 (450 MHUF); ERC_16_MOBIL (200 MHUF); ERC_HU_18 (450 MHUF
0.45
0.45
-
0.45
-
0.45
-
Researcher-initiated research projects based on international cooperation
NN_17, ANN_17, SNN_17; V4-Japan Joint Research Programme (2015: 45.5 MHUF); KNN_16 (2016: 72 MHUF); NN_18, ANN_18, SNN_18
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-
-
1
-
1
-
Promotion of Hungarian participation in programmes and initiatives related to Horizon 2020
KKV_15 (2015-16: 60 MHUF, 2017: 100 MHUF, 2018: 80 MHUF); EU_KP_16 (230 MHUF, 2018: 80 MHUF); NEMZ_15 (1 380 MHUF);  NEMZ_16 (2016: 710 MHUF, 2017: 697.5 MHUF); NEMZ_18 (1 200 MHUF); ERA-NET Infect-ERA (2015: 40 MHUF, 2016: 40 MHUF); ERA-NET E-Rare-3 (2015: 45 MHUF, 2016: 45 MHUF, 2017: 45 MHUF, 2018: 45 MHUF); M-ERA.NET-2 (2015: 90 MHUF, 2016: 90 MHUF, 2017: 90 MHUF); JPND (2017: 190 MHUF); FLAG-ERA JTC (2015: 200 MHUF, 2017: 155 MHUF); Quant-ERA (2017: 90 MHUF); EUREKA_15 (400 MHUF); EUREKA_16 (2016: 400 MHUF, 2017: 400 MHUF); EUREKA_18 (400 MHUF); 2018-2.1.2-NEMZ (442 MHUF); 2018-2.1.6-NEMZ_ECSEL (760 MHUF)
2.2
1.5
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2.05
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2.05
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National complementary support to Hungarian projects under the Horizon 2020 Teaming Programme
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1.91
 -
0.38
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Programme-based bilateral R&D cooperation projects
TÉT_15_IN (300 MHUF); TÉT_15_IL (310.93 MHUF); TÉT_16_CN (200 MHUF); TNN_16 (150 MHUF); INN_16 (150 MHUF); TÉT_17_VN (200 MHUF); TÉT_17_IL (300 MHUF); TÉT_17_RU (150 MHUF); TR-NN_17 (150 MHUF); TÉT_17_IN (300 MHUF); TéT_17_CN (200 MHUF); NKFIH-TÜBITAK cooperation (150 MHUF); TéT_TÉT-IL_18 (300 MHUF); TéT_Iran_18 (150 MHUF), TÉT-IL (2018: 310 MHUF)

Support of bilateral S&T cooperation projects
TÉT_15_AT (20 MHUF); TÉT_15_TR (30 MHUF); TÉT_15_AR (50 MHUF); TÉT_15_MN (20 MHUF); TÉT_15_FR (20 MHUF); TÉT_15_CN (40 MHUF); TÉT_16_HR (20 MHUF); TÉT_16_SI (20 MHUF); TÉT_16_PT (20 MHUF); TÉT_16_RS (20 MHUF); TÉT_16_MC (20 MHUF); TÉT_16_FR (30 MHUF); TÉT_16_JP (50 MHUF); TÉT_17_AT (20 MHUF); TÉT_17_FR (20 MHUF), TÉT-MC (2018: 20 MHUF), TÉT-RS (2018: 20 MHUF), TÉT-HR (2018: 20 MHUF), TÉT-SI (2018: 20 MHUF), UK_GYAK (2018: 30 MHUF), TÉT-FR (2018: 20 MHUF), TÉT-PT (2018: 30 MHUF), TÉT-HR (2018: 20 MHUF); TÉT-SI (2018: 20 MHUF); TÉT_CN (2018: 40 MHUF); TÉT-PT (2018: 16 MHUF);
0.79
0.68
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1.34
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0.61
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