1st Call 2020 (status December 2020)
The first Call for HMC Projects is now closed. Thank you very much for your contributions! We received 26 applications in total, which are currently under review. If you have any questions concerning the call, please contact email@example.com
The Review Process of the 1st Call 2020
As soon as the funding decision is made we will inform you about the funded projects. We expect funding notifications to be sent to the successful proponents by February 2021.
Objectives of 1st Call
This call aims for projects initiating and facilitating activities that address practical challenges in the field of metadata generation and data enrichment. Find an abbreviated version of the submission rules below, but see details in the documents at the end of this page.
First practical results and promising prototypes are expected by the end of 2021. The results shall underpin and stimulate the growing HMC network. As part of this, results shall be presented at an HMC implementation workshop, scheduled for the end of 2021.
Goals of 1st call
A HMC project addresses one or more of these three overarching goals:
further metadata generation with interoperable metadata standards, vocabularies and/or ontologies
adopt or develop tools for data enrichment, e.g. automated metadata generation for recording dataset descriptions and workflows
adopt or develop tools to further metadata quality assessment and metadata curation
Funding: HMC Projects can apply for a volume of up to € 400 000. Half of the financial volume and at most € 200 000 will be funded by the INF. Funding will be provided for Helmholtz Centres only. In clearly documented cases, funding can also be provided for highly qualified university partners.
Duration: Maximum running time for HMC Projects is 2 years.
Eligibility: Any eligible proposal must comprise partners from at least two different Helmholtz Centres (or two AST programmes respectively).
Application Deadline: 14 October 2020 (end of the day CET),
Review: Proposals will be swiftly evaluated by a panel of independent external experts (no presentation),
Starting of HMC Project: Q1 2021,
First practical results and promising prototypes are expected by the end of 2021.
Results shall be presented at an HMC implementation workshop, scheduled for the end of 2021.