Permanent Call for Projects [OPEN]

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Published on March 1, 2022 Updated on February 19, 2024

from February 19, 2024 to November 1, 2024

Our interdiscplinary call for projects is open for 2024. 

The Neuromod Institute established a permanent call for small interdisciplinary projects combining 1/ Neuroscience-cognition and 2/ Modeling (Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics etc). Maximum 5000€ can be awarded per project. The total amount for this call is set at 15 000€ in 2024.

Download the call (FRENCH)

What is it?

The call should typically help to finance:

  • Invitations - guests (seminars / collaborations).
  • Conferences and other workshops.
  • Equipment (only to supplement another grant).
  • Internships, engineers (a few months) and other human ressources (e.g. indemnities for annotations, cognitive experiments, etc).
  • Part of travel expenses, if detailed justification is provided.
The present call aims at funding small requests up to a maximum of 5 000 € HT. The NeuroMod Institute cannot commit funds during the budget closing period (between the end of November and the beginning of January). The funds will allocated quickly and must be spent during the current year.

Who can apply?

Any researcher or project team based at Université Côte d'Azur can apply.


How does it work?

Fill out the application form (precise budget and quotations are encouraged) and send it to

Applications will be evaluated by the scientific council of NeuroMod, which will seek external expertise if needed. Evaluation criteria are based on:
  • Scientific excellence
  • Real interdisciplinarity, linked to the NeuroMod research areas (1) and (2)
In case of publications,you must acknowledge the funding source as such:

"This work was supported by the French government through the UCAJEDI project managed by the National Research Agency (ANR-15- IDEX-01) and, in particular, by the interdisciplinary Institute for Modeling in Neuroscience and Cognition (NeuroMod) of Université Côte d’Azur".

Participation of the project leaders in the life of the NeuroMod Institute will be expected (participation at the yearly conference for instance and eventually presentation of scientific results).