Please refer to the following link on the eligibility criteria and submission process:
- Call for Proposals between Singapore and 7 Participating EUREKA Countries
(Please note that the page currently contains the details from Netherlands, the UK and Belgium. The page will be updated again to include the relevant information from Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain and Turkey. Please check back accordingly.)
Any partner whose cooperative R&D project is consistent with the aforesaid criteria can apply to the present call in accordance with the national laws, rules, regulations and procedures in effect in each country, on a non-exchange of funds basis, and subject to budgetary availability. The amount of funding available per project partner is subject to national rules and regulations.
Project partners are strongly advised, prior to submitting the application, to contact their national/ regional Authority in order to check the eligibility of their project.
Partners from other EUREKA countries or countries outside of EUREKA can also participate, but they will not be funded by the participating funding bodies in this call. Subsequently, these partners have to secure their own funding within the deadlines for this call.
Partners must meet the following qualifications:
- The consortium should include at least two companies that are independent from each other, one company for Singapore and one company from one of the Eureka member countries participating in the call.
- The project partners must express their will to cooperate on a win-win/fair basis in an R&D project leading to a new product, industrial process or service.
- The product, process or service must be innovative, and there must be a technological risk involved for all involved partners.
- The project must benefit all involved partners.
- The project should have an obvious benefit and added value resulting from the technological cooperation between the participants from the different countries (e.g. increased knowledge base, commercial leads, access to R&D infrastructure etc.).
- A signed consortium agreement is required upon approval, before the actual start of the project. It ought to include, amongst others, the ownership and use of know-how and IPR settlements
- The maximum duration of a project may not exceed 36 months.
Proposals which are backed by actual customers for commercialisation will be favourably considered.
- No individual organisation, or individual country, can claim more than 70% of the total eligible costs of a joint project.
- Military projects are excluded.