Funding schemes
Funding sources of the incentive system for innovation 2015-2018
During the 2014-2020 period, a total of HUF 1200 billion (EUR 3.9 billion) isavailable from both EU and domestic sources to foster research, development andinnovation.
The strategic objective of the portfolio of calls is to reinforce the national RDI ecosystem and to sustain its momentum beyond 2020.
<p>The largest research infrastructure in Hungary<br></p> - the laser facility in Szeged

The largest research infrastructure in Hungary

- the laser facility in Szeged
Corporate/Business RDI

Stimulation of large enterprises, SMEs and innovative start-ups to achieve their RDI objectives

549370000000

budget of non-refundable and refundable sources

Calls for researcher-initiated projects

Funding discovery research projects without thematic priorities

43450000000

budget of non-refundable sources

Research infrastructure development

Providing cutting-edge tools and equipment for Hungarian research centres

141080000000

budget of non-refundable sources

International cooperation

Improving SME’s competitiveness and their ability to access international financing

17080000000

budget of non-refundable sources

Knowledge transfer

Supporting the commercialisation of scientific achievements

225800000000

budget of non-refundable sources

Funding source of GINOP/EDIOP

The Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme receives applications from the entire country except the Central Hungary region

681020000000

budget of non-refundable and refundable sources

Funding source of VEKOP/CCHOP

The Competitive Central Hungary Operational Programme provides funding for the Central Hungary region only

48130000000

budget of non-refundable and refundable sources

Funding source of the NRDI Fund

National Research, Development and Innovation Fund made up of the innovation tax paid by enterprises

247630000000

budget of non-refundable sources

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Submission deadline
Code of the call
Title of the call
Funds available per project
Project duration
10 October 2019
2 weeks
2019-1.3.1-KK
HIF 1 Bn - HUF 5 Bn
36-48 months
26 September 2019
6 days
IMI2 - Call 19
26 March 2020
6 months
IMI2 - Call 18
06 September 2019
Closed
2019-2.1.6-NEMZ_KI
max. 24 months
30 September 2019
1 weeks
2019-2.1.4-KKV
HUF 4 Mn
max. 6 months
Submission deadline
10 October 2019
Code of the call
2019-1.3.1-KK
Funds available per project
HIF 1 Bn - HUF 5 Bn
Project duration
36-48 months
Submission deadline
26 September 2019
Code of the call
IMI2 - Call 19
Funds available per project
Project duration
Submission deadline
26 March 2020
Code of the call
IMI2 - Call 18
Funds available per project
Project duration
Submission deadline
30 August 2019
Code of the call
ÚNKP-19-4
Funds available per project
HUF 200,000/month/person
Project duration
10 months
Submission deadline
06 September 2019
Code of the call
2019-2.1.6-NEMZ_KI
Funds available per project
Project duration
max. 24 months
Submission deadline
30 September 2019
Code of the call
2019-2.1.5-EU_KP
Funds available per project
HUF 1,5 - 3 Mn
Project duration
max. 12 months
Submission deadline
30 September 2019
Code of the call
2019-2.1.4-KKV
Funds available per project
HUF 4 Mn
Project duration
max. 6 months
Funded projects
Funding decisions
Proposal ID
2018-2.1.7-UK_GYAK
Date of decision
26 June 2019
Requested funding
18.6
Number of funded projects
18
Proposal ID
individual decision
Date of decision
17 May 2019
Requested funding
0
Number of funded projects
11
Proposal ID
2018-2.1.16-TÉT-IL
Date of decision
09 May 2019
Requested funding
275
Number of funded projects
1
Proposal ID
2018-2.1.10-TÉT-MC
Date of decision
11 April 2019
Requested funding
38
Number of funded projects
9
Proposal ID
2018-2.1.7-UK_GYAK
Date of decision
11 April 2019
Requested funding
9
Number of funded projects
8
Proposal ID
2018-2.1.12-TÉT-HR
Date of decision
01 March 2019
Requested funding
19
Number of funded projects
7
Successful projects
Molecular fingerprints of synaptic functions
Zoltán Nusser, Széchenyi and Bolyai Prize winning neurobiologist and member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) leads the Laboratory of Cellular Neurophysiology at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of HAS. His research was supported by a Momentum (Lendület) grant and an ERC Advanced Grant in the past five years. From 2018, the team continues its work with funding from the Frontline programme of the NRDI Office. His research focuses on the understanding of synaptic communication between nerve cells of the central nervous system.
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