Overview

Career Stage(s): Postdoc & Junior Researcher, Established Researcher, Leading Researcher,

Funding Type(s): Project Funding, Support for knowledge transfer & innovation,

Deadline: 30-09-2022 14:00 CET

PROGRAMME SUMMARY

The FNR JUMP programme is a competitive funding programme, open to all research domains, that is designed to help bridge the technical and funding gap between research-driven discoveries and their commercialisation/utilisation, thereby enhancing the impact of Luxembourg’s research on economy and society.

FNR will provide financial support to advance the development of applied research-driven and leading-edge technologies/concepts, products and services that have potential for:

  • Enabling the creation of a start-up company that will further develop and commercialize the invention; or
  • Licensing to an existing company;
  • Further funding and collaboration (private or public) in view of commercialisation;

JUMP is not intended to support basic research or existing start-up companies, but rather it will support proof of concept activities to advance research-driven technologies that have potential for a socio-economic impact. JUMP is designed to facilitate the researcher’s ability to leverage external funding to serve as a bridge toward product development and commercialisation/utilisation.

DURATION & FUNDING SPECIFICS

FNR will support JUMP projects with a maximum length of 24 months. Projects can start immediately after notification of the funding decision and no later than 6 months thereafter.

For projects in the biomedical sciences, successful project applications will be funded with a maximum of 450,000 EUR.

In all other domains, funding is limited to maximum 250,000 EUR.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

  • Funding decisions are communicated no more than 2 months after submission deadline.

See also..

Download the A3 poster or the flyer with descriptions.

LATEST JUMP NEWS

Narrative CV – 2023 workshop

FNR Reporting is evolving in 2023!

Results 2022-1 JUMP Call

JUMP HIGHLIGHTS

  • All
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Information & Communication Technologies
  • Life Sciences, Biology & Medicine
  • Materials, Physics & Engineering
  • Opinion
  • Research meets industry
  • Spotlight on Young Researchers
  • Women in science

Spotlight on Young Researchers – revisited 5 years later: From drones to space robotics

From lab to startup: LuxAI and QTrobot – a robot to help children with autism

From lab to spin-off: NIUM – nutrition as a therapeutic tool

We need both: start-ups and research-based spin-offs, but they need different support measures to be successful

LALA: An innovative programme to help children learn to read

Spotlight on Young Researchers: German Castignani

“Over the past 15 years public R&D spending has increased 12 fold”

Shifting the innovation gap in Luxembourg

POC: Pocket-sized intestines – the HuMiX model enables intestinal flora to be investigated under real conditions

Luxembourg researchers develop computer models for hundreds of bacterial strains

Better driving made easy thanks to Motion-S app

Study finds eating fiber prevents gut bacteria from eating you

Clear the stage for knowledge-based business ideas

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