Please contact Pille Kasepuu, the head of Research Projects Division at Research Administration Office (tel 620 3515; pille dot kasepuu at ttu dot ee)
- Institutional Research Funding is support allocated for financing high-level research and development, and related activities (research themes) of an institution involved with the aforementioned activities. The applications for institutional research funding are submitted to the Ministry of Education and Research via the relevant electronic environment of the Estonian Research Information System (ETIS).
- Personal Research Funding is a contribution to the costs of high-level research and development activities carried out by researchers or small research groups who are employed by an R&D institution.
- Post-Doctoral Research Grant is a research grant that the Estonian Research Council (ETAg) will award to an applicant as a result of an open international competition for the purpose of implementation of a particular research project.
- Baseline Funding - the financing of research and development for the purpose of attaining the development objectives of a research and development institution, including for co-financing national and foreign projects, opening new fields of research, and investing in the infrastructure. TUT shall use the funds allocated for baseline fundingof research and development for the realization of its strategic development objectives by financing TUT institutions, faculties, university-wide R&D projects and establishing a support fund.
- Horizon 2020 - EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
- 7th Framework Programme - the objectives of FP7 have been grouped into four categories: Cooperation, Ideas, People and Capacities. For each type of objective, there is a specific programme corresponding to the main areas of EU research policy.
- ERC - European Research Council grants support individual researchers of any nationality and age who wish to pursue their frontier research.
- ERA Chairs - a new measure to bridge the research and innovation divide in Europe. These grants are intended to help develop research excellence in EU Member States, Associated Countries and regions.
- COST is an intergovernmental framework for European co-operation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research, allowing the co-ordination of nationally funded research on the European level.
- BONUS - the aim is to bring together the research communities of marine, maritime, economical and societal research to address the major challenges faced by the Baltic Sea region.
- Mobilitas - Researcher Mobility Programme.
- INTERREG - The European Territorial Co-operation objective is financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and supports cross-border, transnational and interregional co-operation programmes.
- Nordplus - The Nordplus Programme offers financial support to a variety of educational cooperation between partners in the area of lifelong learning from the eight participating countries in the Baltic and Nordic regions.
- DoRa Programme - Doctoral Studies and Internationalisation programme.
- Innove - lifelong working and working life.
- EIC - Environmental Investment Centre perfoms as the implementing agency for the environmental projects funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Cohesion Fund (CF) and to lend money for the implementation of environmental projects.
For further information please contact the External Financing Division at the Research Administration Office.
Consultation for the Enterprise Estonia projects is coordinated by the Innovation and Business Center (MEKTORY) of Tallinn University of Technology.