Water4All Call 2022
Launch of the Call September 1, 2022
Deadline for pre-proposal submission October 31, 2022, 15:00 CET
Deadline for full proposal March 23, 2022
Notification of accepted proposals June 2023
Indicative Call budget of TA CR €700 000
Maximum amount per project: €230 000
Maximum funding rate (intensity) per project: 85%
Applicants: research organizations, enterprises
Website for Czech applicants: www.tacr.cz/soutez/water4all/call-2022
TA CR Contact Person
This call is financed from the National Recovery Plan within component 5.2 entitled “Support for research and development in companies and introduction of innovations into business practice” and its investment “Aid for research and development in synergy effects with the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation”.
This call will cover the following three non-exclusive themes*:
- Resilience, adaptation and mitigation to hydroclimatic extreme events
- Tools for water management – in the context of hydroclimatic extreme events
- Improved water governance in the context of hydroclimatic extreme events and international contexts
Austria (FWF), Belgium (VLAIO, FWO, F.R.S-FNRS), Brazil (CONFAP, CNPq), Czechia (TA CR), Denmark (IFD), Estonia (ETAg), France (ANR), Germany (BMBF), Hungary (NKFIH), Ireland (EPA), Italy (MUR, MISE), Israel (MoE), Lithuania (LMT), Latvia (LZP), Luxembourg (FNR), Malta (MEEE), Moldova (NARD), Netherlands (NWO), Norway (RCN), Poland (NCBR), Portugal (FCT), Romania (UFISCDI), Slovakia (SAS), South Africa (WRC), Spain (CDTI, AEI), Sweden (Formas), Switzerland (SNSF), Turkey (TUBITAK), United Kingdom (EPSRC, UKRI)
General conditions for application
The rules of this call for Czech applicants are based on the “EPSILON” programme. TA CR will support successful Czech subjects from The Resilience Recovery fund and that is why applůicant need to meet additional conditions. The total amount of TA CR support per call for Czech applicants in international projects is € 700,000, of which a maximum of € 230,000 per project. The maximum intensity of support for the Czech side of the project is 85% of the total eligible costs of the project.
Czech-Polish Workshop on European Partnerships – CET, DUT & Water4All
Electronic submission system
The 2022 Joint Transnational Call will seek to deliver knowledge, models, approaches, tools and methodologies to better understand hydrological processes at different scales and to respond more efficiently to emerging water issues related to extreme events.