Call for Expression of Interest – Precision Agriculture mission to France, Oct 2018

Apply before August 31st to take part in the Precision Agriculture mission to France that will take place on October 22-26. Created by the French Embassy in New Zealand, this programme aims at fostering new Research and Development partnerships between New Zealand and French institutions in the area of precision agriculture and will be consisting of multiple visits of research laboratories and precision agriculture-related organisations in France.

Created by the French Embassy in New Zealand, the programme aims at fostering new Research and Development partnerships between New Zealand and French institutions in the area of precision agriculture.

Examples of such partnerships include co-development of research projects, technology validation and development of products, processes or services.

The Precision Agriculture Mission to France will be a one-week programme consisting of multiple visits of research laboratories and precision agriculture-related organisations in France.

The three-person delegation will include exploratory group meetings as well as personalised meetings, in no more than three French cities.

A call for applications is launched from August 1st until the 31st of August, 2018.

New Zealand candidates are invited to submit their applications for projects contributing to the development of new partnerships and scientific collaborations between French and New Zealand organisations.

Eligible expenses

Applicants may be eligible to receive support for their participation for costs, such as:
• Return air fares between New Zealand and France
• Daily expenses to cover accommodation and food
Please, note that domestic air fares in France are not included in the eligible expenses. The successful applicants will be responsible for arranging their plane tickets, accommodations and domestic transports in France.

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Selection criteria

To be eligible, applicants must be part of a New Zealand University, Crown Research Institute, or Research Centre.
Candidates will be evaluated on the followings criteria:
• Scientific excellence
• Strategic benefits
• Interest, capacity and milestones to develop a multi-year R&D collaboration and/ or commercialisation
• Complementarity of the research groups, if applicable
Please, note that students are not eligible.

Annual call timeline

Opening date: 1st August 2018
Closing date: 31st August 2018 (midnight NZ time).
Results: 7th September 2018
Mission: 22nd -26th October 2018
Feedback report submission to the French Embassy: 4th November 2018

Submit an application

Applicants must fill the online application form below.
To be eligible, applicants must also send a CV and scanned copy of their passport by email to the Cooperation and Cultural Action Office of the French Embassy in New Zealand.

More information

Dr Jessica Roche
Science and Innovation Officer
Cooperation and Cultural Office
French Embassy in New Zealand
jessica.roche@diplomatie.gouv.fr

Fill in the application form

Precision Agriculture mission to France, Oct 22-26, 2018

Dernière modification : 01/08/2018

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