Researcher teams’ projects

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Since 2010 Research Council of Lithuania regularly announces calls for proposals to implement Researcher teams’ projects. This competitive research funding measure has the highest number of projects funded and is the second largest RCL‘s measure by allocated financial resources. The bottom-up nature of this measure ensures that the most creative, innovative and ambitious research ideas of researcher teams’ in all scientific areas will be funded.

Calls for proposals to implement Researcher teams’ projects often target various issues – they are aimed to support technological or cultural development, to promote international cooperation, interdisciplinary research or to encourage engagement of young researchers.

The 7th call for proposals covers all scientific areas and comprises 6 competitions, which in addition to ensuring scientific excellence for the first time address two horizontal issues – engagement of young researchers and the promotion of international cooperation:

Projects in the area of humanities and social sciences

Competition 1. Projects led by experienced scientists

Competition 2. Young scientists' projects

Competition 3. Projects implemented in cooperation with foreign partners

Projects in the area of physical, biomedical, technology, and agricultural sciences

Competition 4. Projects led by experienced scientists

Competition 5. Young scientists' projects

Competition 6. Projects implemented in cooperation with foreign partners

In order to further ensure scientific excellence in addition to general requirements, specific requirements were introduced in this call for project leaders, such as quantity and quality of scientific or technological production and experience in managing international research project.

Related documents

Further information is provided by chief officers:

Humanities and social sciences:   

Inga Grigaliūnienė tel. +370 5 246 0894
e-mail inga.grigaliuniene@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 111)
Raimonda Rainytė tel. +370 5 261 6130
e-mail raimonda.rainyte@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 108)
Aušra Ašmontaitė     tel. +370 5 246 0803
e-mail ausra.asmontaite@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 124)

Physical, biomedical, technology, and agricultural sciences:

Loreta Kielaitienė
tel. +370 5 261 8539
e-mail loreta.kielaitiene@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 111)

Audronė Mažulytė tel. +370 5 261 9061
e-mail audrone.mazulyte@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 110)

dr. Julija Sabataitytė tel. +370 5 261 9068
e-mail julija.sabataityte@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 110)

Jolanta Paunksnienė
tel. +370 5 232 4087
e-mail jolanta.paunksniene@lmt.lt
(Gedimino av. 3, room 124)



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