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Call for Project Proposals

The Caesarea Edmond Benjamin de  Rothschild Foundation  Institute for Interdisciplinary Applications of Computer Science (CRI) here at the University of Haifa is announcing a "Call for Small Project Proposals" . The program is for  researchers from various departments in the University of Haifa, who need initial seed money support to develop research projects. The projects must be related to computer science, or to interdisciplinary research applications of computer science.

Range of funding is 5,000-50,000 NIS, depending on the needs.

*Suggested outline for the application:(in at most 10 pages):* 

Project summary

Projects objectives and timetable 

(including plan for further external funding)

Participants list and roles

Innovation

1.     Current State-of-the-Art

2.     Innovative aspects of the proposal

3.     Interdisciplinary aspects of the proposal

Project work plan, time table and milestones

1.     List of tasks to be performed

2.     Description of deliverable list

3.     Itemized expected expenditures

Exploitation plan

Applications will be chosen subject to academic excellence, relevance to the research goals of CRI, potential of the project to receive future support, and availability of CRI resources. 

Applications should be sent to Dr. Irith Hartman -This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by November 30, 2013

Decisions will be made within one month.