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Aalto Internal Funding Call 2022 - For Cooperation Initiatives with Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Aalto is offering financial support for cooperation initiatives with SUTD and TUM for the year 2022. Proposals should match the Aalto university strategy and highlight how they support or further develop the strategic partnership between the institutions. The total budget for the call is 41,000 Euros for SUTD and TUM combined. The funding needs to be used by the end of 2022. The DL for proposals is 29.8.2022.
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The call for application is during  8.8.–29.8.2022. The funding allocation is after a brief evaluation process. The funding decisions  will be announced by 26.9.22. 

Descriptions on the funding, evaluation criteria, evaluation process and application, are given in the text below.

 Funding

The funding is available in the following categories,

Category

Funding (Euros)

Examples of activity (suggestive and not exhaustive)

Small

Up to 2,500

Short visits for exploring/developing collaboration, networking meetings etc.

Medium

Up to 5,000

Short stays for joint work, joint studios, workshops etc.

Large

Up to 15,000

Research cooperation, larger workshops, joint teaching, other forms of cooperation projects etc.

 

The funding supports activities that,

  • Aim to strengthen and develop the partnerships deeper and long-term, and
  • Are in alignment with Aalto strategy.

The funded activities will,

  • Identify, develop or test new ways of cooperation (for ex, services, entrepreneurship etc.,) that add value to the Aalto-SUTD or Aalto-TUM partnership, or
  • Develop, pilot, sustain or intensify mutually beneficial cooperation (e.g. in education, research or services)

The funding covers,

  • Travel costs for Aalto faculty, staff and students.
  • Costs that may include, e.g.,
    • Meetings / visits in preparation of joint projects
    • Networking events, such as workshops and seminars to bring together faculty, staff and/or students to strengthen existing collaborations and foster new links. 
    • Collaborative events involving staff and students from both institutions to explore new ideas for cooperation.
    • Consumables (stationary, workshop material, etc.) and catering for joint events.

Note!

  • In the case of SUTD: The travel costs for SUTD faculty, staff or students are not covered.
  • In the case of TUM: Direct travel costs for TUM faculty, staff or students can be covered. This is in alignment with TUM’s Global Incentive funding for Aalto. 
  • Salaries are expected to be covered by applicant’s respective department/school.

Evaluation Criteria

  • The applicant is an employee of Aalto University, with a current work contract at Aalto University at least until the end of 2022.
  • The proposal
    • is clear, logical and realistic;
    • clearly highlights how the proposal supports or further develops the strategic partnership between the institutions; lists the expected outcomes (for the partnership) and the next steps for further development
    • clearly shows the potential for the partnership and the collaborators involved and,
    • shows keen interest and support from the partner organization.

Evaluation process

Proposals are evaluated by the Global Engagement team, and the final funding decisions are made by Kirsi Kettula, Head of Global Engagement.

Application format and submission

Please fill in the application form at: “Project proposal”

Final reporting

Free form description including the progress of the project, the outcomes, and the next steps in 1-3 power point slides to [email protected] Deadline for reporting not later than 15.12.2022.

For more info, please contact,

[email protected] (for SUTD) and [email protected] (for TUM).

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