Faculty Research Grants - HF
På norsk: Interne forskningsmidlar ved HF
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- Application deadlines
- Application types
- Travel grants
- Funding for publishing
- How to apply
The Faculty of Humanities announces funding for research, doctoral education, conference participation travels and publicationsthree times a year.The term research in this context includes artistic practice.
Application deadlines #
|1stTerm||1 January - 30. April||1 December the year before|
|2ndTerm||1 May - 31. August||1 April|
|3rdTerm||1 September - 31 December||10 August|
Please note that the deadlines are approximate. The exact deadline will be announced when the call for grants is published at Innsida.
The applications will be evaluated in relation to the priorities set out in Strategy for the Faculty of Humanities 2018-2025 (English version will be available in August).
Application types #
The Faculty calls for applications within the themes projects, travel grants and funding for publishing.
The announcement is open for permanent and temporary academic staff in positions lasting more than one year. In addition the postion must be at least 20% of a full-time position. PhD-candidates and postdoctoral fellows may only apply for travel grants for PhDs and post-docs.
Project Development #
The Faculty aims to increase the amount of externally funded research. We encourage applications for funding of larger research projects which will lead to an application for external funding. The following applicants will be prioritized:
- Research groups which have previously received good marks from external evaluators.
- Research groups with specific plans to apply for external funding the following year.
When relevant, the project should involve cooperation with international researchers.
For applications for external funding coordinated by NTNU, only applications from project leaders will be accepted. When the application is coordinated by another institution, NTNU staff may apply for funding to develop their subproject. It is a condition that the project leader will develop an application for external funding, and that the application meets the requirements of the Research Council of Norway or other relevant funding bodies.
Note that if you have specific plans to apply for EU funding, it is advisable to apply for a Project development grant (PES) or a Positioning grant (POS) from NTNU. Please contact the Faculty’s EU adviser Chamila Attanapola (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
The application mustinclude information about topic, research questions, partner collaboration, andschedule, as well as a simple budget showing how the use of the grant will lead to an application for external funding.
Academic events #
You can apply for funding of academic events, such as conferences, seminars, workshops, etc. as part of the development of applications for external funding, cf. the section about project development. The application must include information about topic, partner collaboration, schedule for the development of the project application, as well as a budget for the event.
Travel grants #
Travel grants for PhDs and post docs #
The Faculty supports academically relevant stays abroad for PhDs and post docs which cannot be funded by ordinary funding. The application must include:
- approval from the main supervisor (only for PhDs)
- short application letter with information about objective, place and period
- budget, including information about use of ordinary funding
Travel grants for active participation at international conferences for academic staff #
The Faculty allocates travel grants for active participation at relevant conferences for academic staff in permanent positions or positions lasting longer than one year.
Allocation of grant requires documentation of active participation. The result of the activity should normally qualify to be registered in the Cristin system.
Maximum funding is 11 500 kr for travels in Europe and 15 300 kr for travels outside of Europe. Applicants will be ranked according to the extent of allocated travel grants the current and two previous years, the employment percentage at the Faculty,and academic activity since the last allocation.
Archival work / field work #
You can apply for travel grants for archival work and field work. The grant is not meant to support long-term stays, but short term visits to an archive or short term field work. The application must include a short project description, budget for the travel and a plan for publication of the undertaken work.
Funding for publishing #
The Faculty aims to increase the quality of publications, especially through the promotion of publishing in international publications.
You can apply for funding for publishing academic articles, academic monographies and academic anthologies. The Faculty will prioritize publications at acknowledged international publishers and special issues of acknowledged journals. The criteria are:
- an agreement with the publisher exists
- the publication will result in publication points in the Cristin system
Copyediting and translation #
You can apply for funding for copyediting, proofreading and translation of manuscripts planned published by international publishers. Translations from Norwegian to English will not be funded. The publication must result in publication points in the Cristin system.
Academic events #
You can apply for funding of academic events, such as conferences, seminars, workshops, etc. as part of the work with an academic publication. The application must include information about topic, participants/authors from the Faculty, schedule for the publication, potential publishers and a budget for the event. The publication must result in publication points in the Cristin system.
How to apply #
Please send the application through our electronic application form. The form will be open one month prior to the deadline.
Questions about the call can be directed to the Faculty of Humanities' Research Support Office.
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