SIM Call 16 - Call for projects

SIM Call 16 is open for project proposals fitting within the framework of any approved and/or running vertical SIM Program.

The outcome of the project should directly contribute to the objectives and roadmap of the program. The fit of the project proposal within the program roadmap has to be assessed and the program management has to agree with the project application. 

This call is an open call in 2018. For projects submitted before 14/09/2018 the decision will be communicated before the end of 2018, for those submitted later, it will be taken in the course of 2019.

When working out a project proposals in full detail, project consortia need to contact SIM for a pre-assessment. This enables us to evaluate together which project type fits best the needs of your idea. We will then provide the fitting templates, eligibility criteria and explain the submisson procedure.

For additional information, see SIM Call 16 - Project Call - November 2018.

For any additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us on projectbeheer@sim-flanders.be (link sends e-mail).

 

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