Future Research Challenges
Hungarian–Norwegian Research Conference & Knowledge Exchange
The National Research, Development and Innovation Office in collaboration with the Research Council of Norway is organising a set of measures to enhance collaboration and exchange knowledge between research organisations in Hungary and Norway.
The Future Research Challenges conference will bring together Hungarian and Norwegian research centres of excellence* to share recent research activities and exchange views on future directions, in areas as health, environment, society, enabling technologies and beyond. The conference will focus on showcasing the work of rising talents and engaging them in multidisciplinary discussion of shared future research challenges. The second day will include visits to research organisations in Hungary for lively demonstrations of ongoing activities and showcasing unique research infrastructures. Follow-up visits to Norway will focus on demonstrating complementary activities, and discussions on future bi- and multilateral research collaboration frameworks and opportunities.
- Are you engaged in Hungarian – Norwegian research collaboration with a vision for future challenges?
- Are you looking for new partnerships for multidisciplinary research ideas?
- Are you a young researcher looking to expand your international collaboration network?
Registration of Expressions of Interest to participate in the “Future Research Challenges” bilateral conference will open on 18 December 2018.
Funding will be provided for up to 30 Norwegian and Hungarian researchers to engage in the bilateral knowledge exchange process in order to seed future collaborative projects.
The Future Research Challenges conference and knowledge exchange is supported by the Norway Grants.
* The term centre of excellence does not necessarily refer to entities that obtained such a label from a national or international research programme, but rather entities characterised by research excellence.
|The Hungarian – Norwegian Research Conference & Knowledge Exchange project benefits from a grant from Norway Grants. The aim of the project is to enhance collaboration and exchange knowledge between research organisations in Hungary and Norway.|