Besides its ad hoc fundings and depending on the needs that emerge in the Greek scientific community, the Foundation designs and develops special financing programs, aiming to the structured contribution to the research and academic life of the country. These programs are addressed to Universities, research centers, and scientific associations and generally to institutions related to research. In this context, the Foundation publishes public targeted calls every year.
Funding for Research Programmes 2016Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH)
International Distinction for the University of Athens Law School “Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2016”School of Law, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Programme Supporting Scientific Societies
Initiating activities for the group’s “outward turn”Radical Geography Notebooks
University of Trento Summer Schools In 2008, the Foundation launched a 10-year collaboration with the University of Trento, Department of Economics and Management in Italy aiming to support a series of summer schools organized by the Cognitive and Experimental Economics Laboratory (CEEL). Every year, the subject matter revolves around economic issues, examined each time from a different perspective; these include, for example, finance, public finances, the role of networks, addressing financial crises, etc. The organizers focus on ensuring the participation of distinguished academics from universities in different countries as well as gathering young researchers of various nationalities. Every year, the duration of the...
Programme Supporting Scientific Societies The Scientific societies present rich scientific and educational activity; they implement research programmes and promote the public dialogue and communication between the scientific community and society. Moreover they are constantly linked with universities, as a quite big amount of their members are postgraduate students, researchers and academics offering their services voluntarily. Over that past few years most societies do not have the resources to continue their activity as their funds come from vulnerable sources while, at the same time, they are excluded from State and European Union funding programmes for research as they are not eligible. The John S. Latsis Public Benefit...