12th Call for Proposals: e-Asia JRP
Open date: 10 January 2023
Closing date: 28 April 2023, 17:00 (BKK time)
Objectives and Scope
The e-ASIA Joint Research Program aims to develop a vibrant and collaborative research community in Science and Technology, to promote innovation in the East Asian region, and to contribute to the region’s economic development. As part of the program, the following Member Organizations of the e-ASIA JRP have agreed to implement a joint call for proposals of multilateral cooperative research activities.
Fields/ Topic for proposal
“Climate Change and Health Research”: the health impacts of climate change including interdisciplinary research that spans across fields of health, environment, agriculture, and disaster risk reduction research and to build health resilience in communities, the region, and around the world. (for example, basic science, clinical research, and applied or implementation research, please see the call guidelines.
Fields/ Topic for proposal
‘Environment’ on the topics of ‘Low Carbon Society’
Participating countries and funding agencies/ministries.
Please see https://www.the-easia.org/jrp/members.html
How to apply
A project consortium must be consisted of at least three eligible research teams from at least three different participating countries listed above. Each research team shall be led by a Principal Investigator (PI), and a consortium shall be led by a Lead Principal Investigator (Lead PI) specified among the PIs.
The Lead PI will be responsible for running and managing the project. The Lead PI will be the contact point with the e-ASIA JRP Secretariat on behalf of the whole consortium and is responsible for the administrative management of the complete project, should it be awarded supporting. In addition, the Lead PI is responsible for leading the project activities at his/her own institution. The Lead PI must be affiliated with an institution situated in one of the participating countries in this call.
<Links for call guidelines>
Environment Research field
<Call application forms>
The proposal shall include:
a) Project description including how the collaboration will be carried out, with clear statements of what roles each country’s researchers will play respectively in the project;
b) Description of the expected outcomes of the proposed project (including Ver. 20221207 9 how to address potential pitfalls/challenges), scientifically as well as in terms of relevance for industry and society;
c) Description of the ongoing activities and specific advantages of each group respectively, which form the basis for the proposed joint project;
d) Description of the expected value added from the proposed joint project, including how the competence, technology and other resources in each group complement each other;
e) Description of how the project is expected to help strengthen multilateral research collaboration over the longer term;
f) Description of the expected value added from the multidisciplinary approach in the proposed joint project; and
g) Description of how the proposed joint project interacts with or impacts other comparable activities worldwide.
Proposals must be submitted from the Lead PI by e-mail to
Emi Kaneko (Ms.)
Dr. Doungkamon Phihusut
Tel: +66 2470 7961-4
E-mail: [email protected]