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Research projects and grants


By funding agency and type

MagTop Centre

The International Centre for Interfacing Magnetism and Superconductivity with Topological Matter – MagTop
The first centre formed in the International Research Agendas programme
Division ON-6 of the Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences

QuantERA projects

The QuantERA Programme is a leading European network of 39 public Research Funding Organisations (RFOs) from 31 countries. It is co-funde from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
QuantERA supports excellent Research and Innovation in Quantum Technologies (QT).

European projects

Competitive research projects financed by the European Commission in the FP6, FP7, Horizon 2020, and Horizon Europe frameworks.

NCN projects

NCN - The National Science Centre - is the largest agency financing basic research in Poland. It does so through a wide range of competitive grant programs. NCN financing is the largest source of project funds at IF PAN, which carries out about 70 NCN projects at any one time.

FNP projects

The MagTop centre as well as other projects funded through the Foundation for Polish Science

NATO Science for Peace Programme project

International consortium in the framework of the NATO Science for Peace programme

TechMatStrateg projects

Strategiczny program badań naukowych i prac rozwojowych „Nowoczesne technologie materiałowe”

NCBR projects

NCBR (The National Centre for Research and Development) finances applied and technological research and innovations. The tab includes POiR (Operational Programme Intelligent Development), INFRASTARt, and other projects run by NCBR apart from the QuantERA and TechMatStrateg projects listed separately.

NAWA projects

NAWA - The National Agency for Academic Exchange - fosters the internationalization of Polish science through providing support and stimuli for international collboration and academic exchange.

Polish participation in the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility-ESRF

IF PAN is the coordinator of Polish institutions' participation in the ESRF. Financing: Ministry of Education & Science.

European Structural Funds - Innovation Incubator

A project realized at IF PAN financed by European Structural Funds through the Ministry. The project foresaw holding a competition for financial support of R&D works. 5 tasks were chosen for support.

Ministry of Education and Science projects (other)

Projekty finansowane przez Ministerstwo Edukacji i Nauki realizowane w Instytucie Fizyki PAN

Infrastructure, maintenance, and other financing by the Ministry of Education and Science

Funding from the Minsistry of Education and Science for the purchase and maintenance of infrastructure, top-up financing for EU projects, scientific conferences etc.

Scholarships of the Minister of Education and Science

Scholarships of the Minister of Education and Science for outstanding young scientists


Support for short-term training visits for employees and PhD students

"Welcome to Poland" project

Instytut Fizyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk dla obcokrajowców.

Historical project types

Projects in the "Innovative Economy" and "Smart Growth" EU Operational Programmes

The Innovative Economy Operational Program (POIG) (2007-2013) was the national implementation of the European Union's cohesion policy in terms of increasing innovation and research activities.

KBN projects

The State Committee for Scientific Research (KBN) was the main body financing basic science in Poland until 2010. In 2011 it was superseded by the National Science Centre.

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