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The aim of the International Research Agendas programme is to enable the creation of research organizations (scientific units), which are led by scientists with considerable experience in science management as well as their own area of expertise, which will have international teams of renowned scientists from different fields who will conduct research in order to solve a specific global scientific challenge.

 

The total amount committed for the International Research Agendas programme under the Smart Growth Operational Programme (Measure 4.3) is about EUR 126 million.

 

Project funding includes:

 

  • costs of R&D work conducted by the unit implementing the IRAP,
  • costs connected with efficient functioning of the unit,
  • costs of operating existing infrastructure (limited to the purchase of essential laboratory equipment and fit-out.), cooperation between partners, and knowledge transfer,
  • costs of research staff development related to project implementation, e.g.

 

Research centres implementing the International Research Agendas programme is conducting their R&D work in line with a pre-approved research agenda that defines a scientific challenge and a means of addressing it.

 

The International Research Agenda Programme, in particular the IRAP PLUS module, serves also as a support of the projects carried out under the Teaming competition, which constitutes one of the activities under the Horizon 2020 EU Framework Programme.

 

In contrary to the classical iteration of the IRAP Programme, which is defined by a 5-year implementation period (with the possibility of extension until the end of 2023), in the IRAP PLUS module the project implementation period consist of two distinct stages:

 

  • Part 1 – a period of R&D work not exceeding 18 months, which shall be used to prepare for the implementation of tasks in research groups in part 2 of the IRAP project or to develop measurement or research methods which will be applied during the implementation of part 2 of the project.
  • Part 2 – a period not exceeding 5 years for the implementation of the research tasks described in the complete research agenda, commencing on the day when the Head of the IRAP Unit, selected in an open competition, assumes office.
European Funds - Smart Growth Republic of Poland European Union - European Regional Delepoment Fund

The International Research Agendas Programme, conducted by the Foundation for Polish Science is financed by the European fund within the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014–2020, Measure 4.3. International Research Agendas.

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