Open Science – ETH Domain Open Research Data (ORD) program – Contribute Call 3

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Date 12.12.2022  
Category Call for proposal

The ETH Domain Open Research Data (ORD) Program consists of 5 measures to foster and improve ORD practices with the broader aim of advancing Open Science among ETH Domain researchers and institutions. The overall aim of the first measure of the ETH-Domain’s ORD Program is to support researchers engaging in or developing ORD practices with and for their community(-ies) and to assist these researchers in becoming Open Science leaders in their field(s). The calls for proposals are organised along three different tracks: Contribute, Explore and Establish projects.

The ETH Domain is now launching the 3rd Contribute call for applications.

Contribute projects
Funding for “contribute projects” aims at:

  • Contributing a piece of software, data, hardware, etc., which simplifies an established ORD practice, develops its research potential, or otherwise improves it.
  • Curating or otherwise improving available ORD, for example, by updating existing data to adapt it to the evolution of ORD practices or by linking different ORD datasets or by collecting and curating existing data before uploading it to an ORD platform.
  • Providing community services, such as the organization of a workshop or training, or coordination for the development of an ORD standard.
Funding is available for projects of up to 12 months with an overall budget that must be CHF 30’000.

Applications can be received from the six ETH Domain institutions: EPFL, ETHZ, PSI, WSL, Empa, Eawag.

Eligibility requirements and budget information can be found on the ETH-Domain’s ORD Program webpage.

How to apply: online application platform.

Deadline: 12 December 2022 (17:00 CET)

More details: please visit the ETH-Domain’s Open Research Data (ORD) Program webpage (under measure 1) or contact the Research Office ([email protected]).

Practical information

  • General public
  • Free

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