Researchers and students in research studies at Icelandic universities, research institutes and companies.
The IRF awards funding to research students and defined research projects led by individuals, research teams, universities, research institutes, and companies.
Next call will close on 15 June 2017 at 16h. Opening of the application system will be announced later.
Specific form for appendix A, Project description, is in the electronic submission system.
The Icelandic Research Fund (IRF) is an open competitive fund which provides research grants according the general priorities of the Science and technology policy council and based on peer review of proposals.
The role of the IRF is to enhance scientific research (basic and applied) and research education in Iceland. For this purpose the IRF awards funding to research students and defined research projects led by individuals, research teams, universities, research institutes, and companies (cf. Act 3/2003 with later amendments).
Principal Investigators (PIs) must have completed their graduate studies at an internationally accredited university and have experience in running research projects.