Photonics21 - Next Generation Access
The second round of the Technology Strategy Board 'Photonics21 - Next Generation Access' competition for funding, has opened.
The application deadline is the 26th of February.
An indicative £500k of Technology Strategy Board investment is available for this round, for Collaborative Research and Development feasibility projects in the area of next generation optical internet access, with the aim of helping to establish future European collaborations that will participate in larger initiatives such as Framework 7 or the proposed Photonics21 ERANET+.
Total project costs must be in the range of £30k-100k and a project should last between two and six months. An investment of up to75% of the total project cost will be considered.
There is a briefing in London on 4 February for anyone with an interest in submitting a proposal.
Please go to the link below for further information.
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