Funding schemes
Funding sources of the incentive system for innovation 2015-2020
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
Innovation Sub-fund (2020)

Fostering business innovation and practical usability (commercialisation)

79260000000

Non-refundable budget

Research Sub-fund (2020)

Excellence-based programmes; fostering fundamental research and institutional programmes tackling societal challenges

65700000000

Non-refundable budget

Corporate/Business RDI (2015-2019)

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

555673000000

budget of non-refundable and refundable sources

Research Excellence Programmes (2015-2019)

Funding discovery research projects without thematic priorities

66250000000

budget of non-refundable sources

Infrastructure (2015-2019)

Providing cutting-edge tools and equipment for Hungarian research centres

174969000000

budget of non-refundable sources

International Cooperation (2015-2019)

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

20240000000

budget of non-refundable sources

Institutional Excellence Programmes (2015-2019)

Supporting the commercialisation of scientific achievements

275515000000

budget of non-refundable sources

Funding source of GINOP/EDIOP (2015-2020)

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

678937000000

budget of non-refundable and refundable sources

Funding source of VEKOP (2015-2020)

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

47970000000

budget of non-refundable and refundable sources

MIT chapter-managed appropriation (2019-2020)

Chapter-managed appropriation of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, supporting institutional excellence programmes and pilot projects for innovation in energy.

36200000000

Non-refundable budget

Funding source of the NRDI Fund (2015-2020)

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

474500000000

budget of non-refundable sources

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Code of the call
Title of the call
Funds available per project
Funding requests submitted
Project duration
02 December 2022
1 days
2022-1.1.2-STARTUP
HUF 3-4,06 MRD
24-48 months
02 November 2022
Closed
2022-1.2.7-EUROSTARS
HUF 180,45 M
max. 36 months
14 December 2022
1 weeks
HORIZON-ER-JU-2022-02
HUF 294-840 M
Maximum of requests received:
HUF 6 174 M
Submission deadline
02 December 2022
Code of the call
2022-1.1.2-STARTUP
Title of the call
Funds available per project
HUF 3-4,06 MRD
Project duration
24-48 months
Submission deadline
02 November 2022
Code of the call
2022-1.2.7-EUROSTARS
Funds available per project
HUF 180,45 M
Project duration
max. 36 months
Submission deadline
13 April 2023
Code of the call
2022-1.2.8-KDT
Funds available per project
Project duration
max. 48 months
Submission deadline
14 December 2022
Code of the call
HORIZON-ER-JU-2022-02
Funds available per project
HUF 294-840 M
Maximum of requests received:
HUF 6 174 M
Project duration
Submission deadline
15 April 2023
Code of the call
Biodiversa+ BiodivMon
Funds available per project
Project duration
3 years
Funded projects
Funding decisions
Proposal ID
2020-1.1.3-IPARJOG
Date of decision
19 October 2022
Requested funding
57
Number of funded projects
31
Proposal ID
2021-1.1.1-IPARJOG
Date of decision
19 October 2022
Requested funding
14.8
Number of funded projects
9
Proposal ID
2021-1.2.3-EU_KP
Date of decision
19 October 2022
Requested funding
25
Number of funded projects
14
Proposal ID
2022-2.1.1-NL
Date of decision
19 October 2022
Requested funding
27847.1
Number of funded projects
9
Proposal ID
2021-1.1.4-GYORSÍTÓSÁV
Title of the call
Date of decision
19 October 2022
Requested funding
13633
Number of funded projects
74
Proposal ID
2021-1.2.4-TÉT
Date of decision
14 September 2022
Requested funding
182.5
Number of funded projects
40
Proposal ID
2020-1.2.3-EUREKA
Date of decision
05 September 2022
Requested funding
509.8
Number of funded projects
4
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New success in the fight against the coronavirus: Hungarian researchers discovered how the Delta variant infects
In a breakthrough in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, researchers from Pharmacoidea Kft., Szeged have unravelled the secret of the increased infectivity of the dreaded Delta variant, which triggered a new wave of epidemics in 2021. In the project funded by a HUF 350 million grant from the “Investment in the Future” programme and implemented in university-research institute-enterprise cooperation, Dr Tamás Letoha and his research team have successfully elucidated the mechanism of infection. This allows the development of molecularly targeted yet simple strategies to reduce the spread of newer variants and effectively treat the diseases they cause.
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