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Innovation York and NRC-IRAP are delighted to announce the 2nd call of a terrific funding program to support Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning collaborative research projects for industry and York University researchers. This funding program is open to all Canadian SMEs that have been in business for at least a year, with up to 500 employees, who are capable of exploiting the results of the research. It is an excellent opportunity for companies to explore the feasibility of employing AI/ML in their business – don’t be shy! Researchers – if you have used up your NSERC Engage, this is a terrific way to initiate a new partnership, or continue the support you are giving to your industry partners.
Here are the details:
Artificial Intelligence Industry Partnership Fund – funded by NRC-IRAP, offered in collaboration with York University.
Applicants: Canadian SMEs, who are, or will be, partnered with YorkU faculty members
For those requiring assistance finding a partner, please contact Cheryl Giblon, Industry Engagement Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: September 27, 2018, 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Funding Amount: Up to $10,000 in cash per selected research project (no funding to industry partners).
Project Length: 2 to 4 months
Use of Funds: To execute industry-driven research projects in Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning in support of industry-academia partnerships. The funds can be used toward student stipend and project materials. Travel, living expenses and seminar costs are ineligible.
For these programs, we anticipate the impact for the company will be a combination of the following, depending on the individual project:
The goal is to have projects funded under this program evolve into larger long-term initiatives.
Proposals: The proposal includes the following sections:
Process: Completed application word document proposals must be submitted by email to email@example.com by September 27, 2018 by 4pm. Once the proposal is submitted, a review panel comprised of three representatives, one from Innovation York, one from IRAP, and an independent reviewer will review it for eligibility and quality. The Proposal will be ranked based on (a) research description, (b) project plan and (c) company plans for commercialization. The funding will be awarded to the top proposals.
Project Execution: Once funding has been awarded to an SME/Researcher project, project execution will begin. Projects must be completed by March 1, 2018. Work performed by York University resources on the projects will be claimed on a monthly basis for IRAP reimbursement. The final financial claim must be submitted by the York University researcher by March 8, 2018.
Reporting: A final report will be due sixty days following the completion of the project (see project length above) that will include the following sections:
To apply for this competitive grant (sorry – not all can be funded), please go to: www.innovationyork.ca/partnership-grant
Best of luck!
Yours very truly,
Cheryl Giblon, P.Eng., M.B.A., Ph.D. • Industry Engagement Manager
Office of Research Services / Innovation York
Kaneff Tower – 5th Floor • 4700 Keele Street
Toronto ON • Canada M3J 1P3
T 416.736.2100 ext 55753 C 647.466.9936
firstname.lastname@example.org • www.yorku.ca/research
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