EXTERNAL FUNDING

FOR DATA SCIENCE IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING

Below we provide a regularly updated list of funding programs for projects in the context of data science. If you are seeking cooperation partners to realize your project idea, we will be happy to put you in touch with colleagues from other disciplines. Please send us an E-MAIL to discuss the possibilities.


The DSC also provides financial support for its members through the »DSC Seed Grant.

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Deadline: 06.04.2023
BMBF
Artificial Intelligence in Biodiversity Research
Funding is provided for interdisciplinary joint projects that focus on the use of AI and digitalisation in biodiversity research. The developed innovations should address one of the following fields of application: network analysis/time series, modelling/monitoring or data foundation. Universities can receive up to 100 percent of the eligible costs as a grant.

Deadline: 15.04.2023
Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung
Alexander von Humboldt-Professur (for Artificial Intelligence)
Scientists from all disciplines who address the investigation and use of AI as well as its impact on society can be nominated. The award amount is up to 5 million Euro for a period of five years.

Deadline: 31.12.2023
BMFSFJ
Artificial intelligence for the common good
Funding is provided for projects which focus on the use of data and the development of AI technologies which contribute to the public good. The funding is up to 250.000 EUR per year with a maximum duration of three years.

Deadline: 31.12.2023
BMBF
Projects within the European EUREKA-Cluster
Funding is provided for joint calls and European Clusters within the research initiative EUREKA. The focus lies on software innovations through the use of KI, software engineering, digitalisation, cyber physical systems, data technology and data-driven systems. Universities can receive up to 100 percent of the eligible costs as a grant.

Deadline: 31.12.2023
BMWK
Development of Digital Technologies
Funding is provided for collaborative research projects in the field of digital technologies. The focus lies on technological and economic feasibility as well as on the application and use of new, innovative and sustainable technologies. Universities can receive up to 100 percent of the eligible costs as a grant.