Alliance Consortia Quantum grants
Call for proposals: Supporting coordinated quantum research and innovation across Canada
During your research project
You must acknowledge NSERC support in any communications or presentations about the research supported by your Alliance Consortia Quantum grant.
You must report regularly on how you use the funds from your grant, the activities you carry out during your funded project and the outcomes of this project. You will be informed of reporting requirements upon receiving your award letter.
You will be required to report on progress in implementing practices to support equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in your training plan, as described in your application.
Notifying NSERC about changes
Subsequent instalments of your grant depend on your adherence to all conditions specified in the terms and conditions of award, in addition to the demonstration of satisfactory progress in implementing EDI practices in the training plan, when requested by NSERC.
You must notify NSERC
- if any of your partner organizations no longer actively play a role in the project and support it through in-kind contributions, as committed to in the application
- if any of your partner organizations leave the project—in this respect, during the entire project, you must have at least one partner organization whose cash contributions would be recognized for cost-sharing, had there been any required
If you and your partner organizations fail to provide requested feedback, your subsequent applications may be denied.
Extension of grants
NSERC automatically provides an extension period of one year for using the grant funds. This extension period allows you to complete your research activities planned for within the specified term of your grant.