Special funding for international collaboration in high-performance computing 2024

3 Apr 2024
8 May 2024 at 16.15 Finnish time
1 Jan 2025–31 Dec 2027
approx. 6.5 million euros
  • for individual research teams or consortia composed of two or more research teams
  • application must include at least one international collaborator from at least one of the countries/regions specified in the call text
  • applied for to cover a Finnish research team’s salaries and other direct research costs of the project
  • up to €500,000 for individual project

The funding granted under the present call will support international research collaboration that makes use of European cooperation in using EuroHPC’s high-performance computing resources, cooperation in using the LUMI supercomputer with partners in the US states of Texas and/or Colorado and/or researchers from the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and/or research teams in Japan or the UK. The funding is not intended for coordination or planning of collaborations.

In this call, you cannot apply for funding with the same research plan that has been awarded funding under the 2023 call in this same theme.

The funding is based on Finland’s strategic partnerships with the aforementioned countries/regions. The projects to be funded must combine the following aspects:

  • utilising EuroHPC or the LUMI supercomputer in research
  • international collaboration with research teams in the aforementioned countries/regions
  • high-quality scientific research.

At the core of the Research Council of Finland’s activities is to provide funding for excellent scientific research. The research we fund is also expected to have high scientific and societal impact and follow the principles of responsible science.

Before you fill in your application in the online services (SARA), carefully read the call text and the funding terms and conditions. If the call text and the funding terms and conditions conflict, the terms and conditions should always be considered primary.

If the translated English or Swedish version of the call text is in conflict with the Finnish call text, the Finnish version should always be considered primary.

Read the full call text on this page.

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