Alliance Quantum grants
Call for proposals: Strengthening Canada's quantum research and innovation capacity
Your partner organizations can be private, public or not-for-profit. You may involve whichever partner organizations you need to achieve your research goals and successfully mobilize your research results to achieve the desired impact. At least one of these partners must have a demonstrated ability to exploit such research results, while other partners may be chosen for their ability to generate or mobilize knowledge. Each partner organization must actively play a role in the project and support it through in-kind contributions. Such involvement must be achieved by doing at least one of the following:
- play an active role in the project's research activities
- utilize the project's research results to help achieve its desired outcomes
- play an active role in translating or mobilizing knowledge to ensure that the research results have an impact
Various in-kind contributions could be made toward the project, such as the time of the partner organization's scientific, engineering or technical staff to provide direction and participate in the project; provision of equipment, materials or services; and provision of access to data or special equipment.
Active participation in the project and in-kind contributions are not required from funding organizations (e.g., other provincial or federal funding agencies) providing financial support to the project alongside NSERC (see Funding your research project).
You must have at least one partner organization whose cash contributions would be recognized for cost sharing, had there been any required.
Consult the Alliance grants: Role of partner organizations web page for complete guidelines regarding partner organizations, including requirements for partner organizations whose cash contributions can be recognized for cost-sharing purposes with NSERC.