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The Authority for Research and Development’s website provides information on research funding opportunities, fellowships and conferences, and guidelines on how to apply for research grants and to manage research budgets, as well as general information on scientific activity at the Hebrew University.
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Meeting with Dr. Jack Snoeyink and Dr. Sol Greenspan, CCF division, NSF
Dr. Jack Snoeyink and Dr. Sol Greenspan from the Division of Computing and Communication Foundations at the NSF are expected to arrive in Israel during the week of June 4, 2017. They will conduct a seminar at the School for Computer Science and Engineering followed by time for pre-scheduled private meetings for interested individual.
The meeting will be held On Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 10:00. exact location will be anounced at a later stage, depending on the number of researchers who will be interested.
The meeting will begin with a 45 minute talk, followed by personal meetings by appointment.
Please contact Maya Sherman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02-6586638 if you are interested in attending the meeting.>
The Hebrew University is the leading university in the
Israel Science Foundation (ISF) financial grants.
156 researchers from the Hebrew University were awarded research grants by the ISF in an overall sum of 36,190,512 million NIS per year.
126 researchers won individual research Grants, 3 researchers won F.I.R.S.T. (Bikura) Individual Grants, 3 researchers won Legacy Heritage grants , 7 researchers won Centers of Excellence (the only one that was given in Israel), 15 researchers won New Faculty Equipment Grants and 2 researchers won Post Doctorial Fellowship in Social Sciences .
Therefore, the Hebrew University heads the academic and the research institutions in Israel that were awarded ISF financial grants.
For the list of winners, press here.>
14 Hebrew University faculty received a prestigious ERC grant in 2015, thus leading Israeli academia.
6 researchers were awarded an ERC Consolidators Grant and 8 have won an ERC Starting Grant, in various fields of science. Total funding of the awards reached as high as €23,000,000.
For Awardee list click here.>
The Authority for Research and Development is proud to announce the launching of the EU Desk Portal.
We aspired to create a portal that gathers everything you need to know, once considering an EU submission. The portal includes official EU documents, calls for proposals, useful links and forms, tips and advice, events, HUJI success stories, past awardees and more. Whether planning on submitting to the prestigious ERC awards, the Marie Curie mobility programmes or joining European partners in the collaborative projects' scheme, you will find all the needed information in this portal.
You are invited to visit The EU Desk Portal at: https://research.huji.ac.il/EU
The portal is also available on mobile devices.
Congratulations to University researchers who won an Israel Science Foundation grant in 2015 cycle!
In ISF 2015 submission cycle, Hebrew University faculty were awarded a more than 87 million Shekels.
More than 100 researchers won the prestigious ISF Personal Grant, two new Excellence Centers awarded, and six young faculty received a Labratory for New Faculty Member grant.
As in previous years, the Hebrew University's researchers won the largest share of ISF funding.>
Several presentations shown in the guidance sessions on joint BSF-NSF programs, are now available for download.
BSF-NSF Programs - by Dr. Zeev Rosenzweig
BSF-NSF Integrative Biological Systems (ICOB) Program - by Dr. Michelle Elekonich
BSF-NSF Molecular & Cellular Biosciences program - by Dr. Linda Hyman (Sep 2016)
The presentations are available here.
For further details on BSF-NSF grants, please contact the America, Asia and The Pacific desk.>
Please note that each research proposal must be uploaded to the Research System.
This procedure can be done either during or after the actual submission to the funding agency.
The system requires a one-time install and then can be opened from Windows 'Start' menu. While using the system, it is recommended to follow the Research System Manual.
After the one-time install there is no need to open the system from this page, but from Start Menu of Windows. It is recommended to create a shortcut on the Desktop. Mac users should open the Remote Desktop Connection app from the Application menu.>