Call for Proposals: Research Grants 2016/2017 - CLOSED
Indonesia Project Research Grants 2016/2017
To stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian and Australian research institutes, the Indonesia Project of the Australian National University and the SMERU Research Institute invite research proposals for funding collaborative research projects in any of the main research themes of the Indonesia Project:
(i) Trade and Industry
(ii) Politics and Governance
(iii) Agriculture, Resources and the Environment
(iv) Social Policy and Human Capital.
The research grants provide funding of $AU 5,000 to $AU 15,000 for research projects of up to 12 months. The grants are intended to cover the cost of initiating new research activities, such as travel costs, field work, data collection or research assistance. The grants are not meant to cover salary costs of applicants or overhead costs by the applicant institutes. A maximum of 8 research grants are available for the 2016/2017 application round.
Who can apply?
Partnerships of Indonesian and Australian universities and research institutes are eligible to submit proposals. The main applicant should be a senior researcher based at the Indonesian partner institute; the co-applicant should be a researcher based at the Australian partner institute.
Proposals will be assessed on the basis of academic quality and research potential. We will give priority to proposals that show prospect for long term cooperation between Indonesian and Australian institutes and obtaining additional funding.
Proposals should be in English and specify research objectives, background, significance and innovative aspects, policy relevance, expected outcomes and deliverables, timeline and budget.
Dates and time line
Applications close on March 31st, 2016.
The winners will be announced by the end of April 2016.
Proposals can be submitted to the Indonesia Project at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please contact Sarah Dong (ANU, email@example.com)