Call for Grant : Southeast Asia – Europe Joint Funding Scheme: 8th Call for Proposals, Deadline: April 15, 2024


:: Call for Grant ::

Southeast Asia – Europe Joint Funding Scheme: 8th Call for Proposals)
The 2023 STI Joint Call for Proposals: Circular Economy & Clean, Accessible and Secure Energy Supply is now open for applications.

Applt : 1 Dec 2023 – 15 April 2024 12:00 (noon) CEST/ 05:00pm Bangkok/Jakarta time

Areas Supported by PMU-B:

Circular Economy (Sub-Topics):

Obtaining Green Hydrogen, Synthetic Fuels, Green Methane from Waste and Biomass Resources
Bio-Circular-Green Economy (BCG) with a Focus on Digital Technology
Carbon Capture Technologies in Industry
Obtaining Useful Products from Carbon Dioxide Captured in the Industry with Innovative Chemical, Electrochemical, and Biochemical Processes
Clean, Accessible, and Secure Energy Supply (Sub-Topics):

Pioneering Technologies for Using Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier, Fuel, and Raw Material
Green Hydrogen for Steel, Aluminum, Cement, and Power Industries
Renewable Energy in Green Hydrogen-Based Combustion Technologies
New Generation Small Modular Reactor Technologies

Researchers from Public Research Institutions and Higher Education Institutions in the Kingdom of Thailand

Funding Modalities:
Maximum funding per project: 5,000,000 THB
Project Duration: Maximum of three years
PMU-B to support up to 4 projects
Eligible Costs:

Personnel Costs:
Costs for scientists or student research assistants (not exceeding 30% of total budget, excluding equipment costs)

Mobility of Scientists and Experts:
Round-trip economy class tickets to project partner countries
Airport transfer costs (with receipt)
Visa costs
Accommodation costs

Allowed on a limited scale, with details and specifications required along with full justification

Includes laboratory chemicals and materials (to be spent in Thailand)

Indirect Costs:
Total indirect costs should not exceed 10% of the total budget (excluding equipment costs)

Thai principal investigators must submit a signed version of the proposal format according to PMU-B regulations and related documents via the NRIIS system (
Thai applicants are advised to check with the Thai National Contact Point for eligibility before submitting a complete application.

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