Announcement: Third ANGIN Call for Development of Interdisciplinary Research Cooperation

Publication date: 2019-06-21 04:30

The Programme Committee of the Scientific Programme Indonesia – Netherlands (SPIN) of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) launched a new initiative to anchor the present and develop the future of Indonesian – Dutch scientific cooperation (ANGIN: Anticipation Grants Indonesia – The Netherlands)

ANGIN aims to:

  • Anchor existing networks and relationships between Indonesian and Dutch partners in the field of knowledge and innovation.
  • Enable new interdisciplinary relationships and initiatives between such partners.
  • Connect national and international societal agendas with scientific cooperation.
  • Strengthen the cooperation with stakeholders in the process of development of new scientific programming and projects.


The objective of ANGIN is:

To stimulate the development of new interdisciplinary scientific cooperation between Indonesian and Dutch partners. Cooperation is positioned within the Resilient Society research theme, involves partners from different scientific disciplines, is favored to connect/combine fundamental and applied research, critically enquires into implementation trajectories and needs to engage stakeholders.

The KNAW has earmarked € 700,000 for the ANGIN programme which will run during the time-period of the Memorandum of Understanding (2016 - 2021) between the Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (RISTEK/DIKTI) and the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OC&W). There will be one call round per year.

Per grant a maximum of €45.000,- will be available. A minimum of 2 or 3 grants will be awarded per round. Besides funding, the programme will provide the possibility of support and advice to the recipients through the ANGIN Policy Officer, especially concerning interdisciplinarity and involvement of stakeholders.


The ANGIN secretariat welcomes preliminary queries from persons or groups considering submitting a proposal. Such queries may be directed to Sikko Visscher ()

The submission deadline of the fully completed application form (please send by email in both Word and PDF format), including attachments, is 7 October 2019, 23:59 CET. A signed hard copy posted by regular mail should be in the possession of the SPIN secretariat on 15 October 2019, end of business day at the latest. 

The full call text is available here.(476 kB)

The application form is available here.(212 kB)

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