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Alliance International Quantum Catalyst Grants
Quantum science is the study, manipulation and control of systems at the atomic and subatomic level. Quantum technologies are at the leading edge of science and innovation, both in Canada and worldwide. They will support the growth and transformation of key sectors, enable new economic opportunities, and help advance a range of benefits for society. Canada is a leader in quantum research, and Canadian scientists are well-positioned to capitalize on these opportunities.
Alliance International Quantum grants will provide support for researchers in Canada to establish and grow international research collaborations that will strengthen research excellence in Canada and abroad, and further develop Canadian research strengths and leadership in quantum science and technology. Using NSERC’s newly launched Alliance International Catalyst grants, Alliance International Catalyst Quantum grants will provide up to $25,000 for one year to support Canadian academic researchers in initiating and developing research collaborations with international researchers from the academic sector in the areas of quantum science and quantum technologies. You may apply at any time up until March 31, 2024. As this is a continuous intake process, applications will be assessed upon receipt, and funding decisions will be communicated within 5 to 9 weeks from the date NSERC receives the complete application. Note that you are limited to ONE application as either applicant or co-applicant and you and any Canadian co-applicants must hold, as a primary applicant, an active NSERC peer-reviewed grant at the time of application.
Amount: up to $25,000 for one year
Eligibility: Canadian university researchers working in partnership with international collaborators from the academic sector.
Deadline: Applications will be accepted anytime up until March 31, 2024.
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