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The project call “Multimodal Imaging” within the Vienna Science and Technology Fund (WWTF) Life Sciences Programme invites researchers at universities and non-university research institutions in Vienna, including those moving to Vienna, who want to conduct a cutting-edge research project (2 to 4 years) in the field of multimodal bioimaging. Proposals should address an important question in the life sciences and develop novel multimodal imaging approaches and data integration methods. Proposals should bring together researchers from complementary scientific disciplines such as biology/biomedical researchers, bioimaging specialists and computational scientists to foster interactive partnerships across Vienna. In total € 4 million are dedicated to this call. The funding range per project is € 200,000 to € 700,000.

This is a two stage call: Short proposals have to be submitted by April 4th, 2019. Full proposals have to be submitted by August 8th, 2019.

For more details please refer to the Guide for Writing a Short Proposal and the Call Fiche.  

All interested parties are cordially invited to an open Proposers’ Day and Networking Event on February 27th, 2019, starting at 2 pm, at the Albert Schweitzer Haus, Schwarzspanierstraße 13, 1090 Vienna. Please register here by the 22nd of February.  

Additionally, WWTF offers personal consultation on appointment.

Please do not hesitate to contact the Call Manager for more information: Johanna Trupke

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The fifth WWTF project call within the Information and Communication Technology programme closed on Thursday, January 17, 2019. 96 short proposals have been submitted. These proposals will now be evaluated by the international jury. The invitations to submit a full proposal will be announced in early March 2019 at the latest.  Full proposals may be submitted only upon invitation, by 2pm CET on the 16th of May 2019. The call jury will convene in September 2019 in Vienna. The decision will be announced after the meetings of the WWT Boards in autumn.

In total 5.5 m Euro are dedicated to this call.

For more information on the call please refer to the call fiche.

Contact: Michael Strassnig

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