In the proposal phase of the WWTF VRG Call 2019 "Interdisciplinary Data Science", 11 applications were submitted by June 13, 2019. The applications are currently under review by the international jury. The funding decision will be made in December 2019.
In the short proposal phase of the WWTF LS19 Call, 55 short proposals were submitted by April 4, 2019. At the jury meeting on May 28 and 29 in Vienna, the jury selected 20 applications, which can submit a full proposal by 8.8.2019, 14:00.
The WWTF ICT19 call addressing all areas of information and communication technologies is now in the evaulation phase. In January, 96 short proposals were submitted. The international jury selected 26 projects to be invited to submit an extended full proposal. The dealine was May 16 and all 26 projects submitted a proposal. The proposals will now be reviewed and the jury will make a funding decision based in the review reports in October 2019.
The "Multimodal Imaging" Life Sciences (LS19) Call for short proposals is closed since April 4, 2019. WWTF received 55 submissions. The call jury will review the short proposals and decide which projects will be invited to submit a full proposal.
The Vienna Research Groups for Youn Investigators Call in the domain of Information and Communication Technlogy - Interdisciplinary Data Sciences is now open. Proposals can be submitted by the Juny 13, 2019. Go to Call details.
On November 26, 2018 the jury meeting of the third WWTF Cognitive Sciences Call took place in Vienna. In total 18 PIs were invited to submitt a full proposal. 6 projects will be funded with a total funding amount of 3.5 m €.
On December 11, WWTF Board of Directors made the formal funding decision after the selection of the funded positions by the call jury. Three positions are funded with 1.6 m € for each of the groups. The funded group leaders will be announced shortly.
On September 3 and 4, 2018 the jury meeting took place in Vienna. In total 25 PIs were invited to submit a full proposal. 9 projects were recommended for funding, with a total amount of 6.261.000 €.