Propose topics for new Academy Programmes

The Academy of Finland invites researchers and research teams to propose topics for new Academy Programmes.

The proposals should include topics that contribute to the regeneration of research in the field concerned, for example through new themes, new methods or new approaches. The topics should be of a greater scope than those addressed in individual research projects.

Proposal submission is open until 31 December 2016.

Academy Programmes are research programmes funded by the Academy of Finland. They are science-driven, thematic and target-oriented bodies of research projects that are aimed at supporting scientific regeneration and increasing scientific and societal impact. More information about the Academy of Finland’s ongoing and planned Academy Programmes is available at

Programme proposals submitted by year end 2016 will be discussed in a workshop between the Academy’s research councils. Based on the results of the workshop, the Board of the Academy of Finland will decide on the start-up of new Academy Programmes.  The submitted proposals will be posted on the Academy’s website without personal or organisational identifiers.

Link to the proposal web page

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