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The Strategic Research Council’s (SRC) call for letters of intent for the 2019 programmes closed on Wednesday 23 January. The SRC received a total of 108 letters of intent within the four programmes included in the call.
The call for letters of intent for strategic research programmes 2019 is now open. Submit your application at the latest on 23 January 2019 at 16.15 (local Finnish time).
How to measure and evaluate societal impact of the strategic research programmes? Read from our blog societal impact assesment experts Steven Hill's and Gemma Derrick's lessons learned on impact assessment in the light of REF evaluation experiences. These experiences can be useful when planning the strategic research programme evaluation concept.
In the info session we will go through details of the new strategic research call, funding principles and the consortium model, how to apply and what is new.
We have made some corrections to the call text. Please read more on the call webpage.
The upcoming call opens 19 Dec 2018 and closes 23 Jan 2019.
The funding available under the new programmes is applied for in two stages. The first stage, where applicants submit letters of intent, opens on 19 December 2018 and closes on 23 January 2019.
The contemporary security panorama in Europe suggests the advent of a new, hybrid era of systemic confrontation. Traditionally, effective security has involved the physical protection of persons, well-being and state integrity. Today, the strengthened link between security and information erodes the protective function of physical borders.
The projects funded by the Strategic Research Council (SRC) have received their first interim reviews. What have the first consortia, launched in 2015, accomplished so far?
The Academy of Finland and the Strategic Research Council (SRC) invite proposals for new Academy Programmes and strategic research themes and for 2020. Read more and submit your idea.
The Strategic Research Council (SRC) established within the Academy of Finland proposes that the Finnish Government adopt four new strategic research themes for 2019. In its theme proposals, the SRC highlights systemic and cross-disciplinary approaches as key success factors for strategic research. The SRC submitted its proposals to Minister of Local Government and Public Reforms Anu Vehviläinen on Wednesday.
SRC Policy brief: Reaching policymakers with evidence-based information
The Strategic Research Unit will organise information events about the supplementary call (2018–2023) for the SRC's programme Keys to Sustainable Growth. The events will be held in Helsinki, Oulu, Lappeenranta and Tampere and they streamed live.
Accomplishing societal impact in research is a process, not an end result. The monitoring and review of this impact must show the process instead of simply listing its results.