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The strategic innovation programme Smart Built Environment: Incentives, business models and risks

Given decision: 2018-06-27 00:00

The strategic innovation programme Smart Built Environment announces a call for projects that focus on incentives, business models and risks in the digitalization of the built environment sector.

Decision list 2018-06-27external link

Examples which funding can be sought for include: studies that look at all or parts of value chains, analyse the needs for structural change, synthesize change processes in other industries to inform the planning and building sector, or develop results from ongoing or finished projects in Smart Built Environment or other R&D programmes.

Who can apply: The open call is aimed at consortiums that include companies, the public sector, universities, colleges or research institutes. At least two partners shall be involved in the applicatoin. At least one of the participating partners shall be from the business sector or the public sector.

Co-funding of at least 50% of the projects total costs is required. Companies and other organisations which have business operations that receive funding from Formas are subject to rules regarding state aidexternal link.

How much can you apply for: SEK 250,000–1,5 million.
Project's total budget: SEK 500,000–3 million.
Project's length: 6–18 months.
Formas total budget in this call: Approximately SEK 8 million.

How to apply

Prisma application system

A digital application is submitted in the Prisma application systemexternal link.

Guidelines and information about what your application should contain can be found in the call text.

Call text (revised April 24)

The Smart Built Environment Strategic Innovation Programme calls for proposals:
Incentives, business models and risks

Templates

Template for project descriptionexternal link

Template for budgetexternal link

Contacts

Contact person regarding the background, aim and desired effects of the call:

Kristina Gabrielii, acting programme director, Smart Built Environment
+46(0)702 595657
kristina.gabrielii@iqs.se

Contact person regarding application forms, the assessment process and state aid:

Hanna Ridefelt, senior research officer, Formas
073-646 27 20
hanna.ridefelt@formas.se

Contact person regarding the Prisma application system:
Anna Kuznetcova, research administrator, Formas
+46(0)76 000 24 95
anna.kuznetcova@formas.se

Technical support Prisma
Prisma IT supportexternal link

For more information about the strategic innovation programme, see www.smartbuilt.seexternal link

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Updated:1 February 2019