Matchmaking Day: prepare for funding applications

Nordic Forest Research (SNS) invites you to a matchmaking day in connection with our three funding calls for annual networks, NordForNet and research projects.


About the matchmaking day:

When: 26th of August, 10.00-15.00 CEST

Where: Online via Zoom, link will be sent to registered participants in advance

What: The matchmaking day will include inspirational talks, tips on how to apply, workshops and speed talks. This is an opportunity to be matched with future cooperation partners.

Who: Researchers, PhDs and other stakeholders in the Nordic forest sector

Registration:  Register no later than 19th of August


• Pre check-in
• Welcome
• Tips and trix: How to apply for funding
• Inspirational talk: Markuu Rumikainen, climatologist, Lund University
• Lunch break
• Networking
• Insights and wrap up

OPEN CALLS (apply at the latest September 30th):

Annual networks: Participants in submitted networks should represent at least five countries consisting of at least three research institutions in the Nordic region. Successful applicants may receive funds of maximum 200 000 SEK for activities over the course of one year (2022), covering at most 50% of the total budget for the network. More information about the call conditions: annual networks.

NordForNet: Networks supported with 300.000-600.000 SEK/year for a period of 5 years. A NordForNet has a strong policy connection and preferably deals with interdisciplinary challenges. More information about the call conditions: NordForNet.

Research projects: Projects supported with 100.000-350.000 SEK/year for a period of 3 years. Research projects are encouraged to conduct research and analyses increasing synergy in the Nordic region. More information about the call conditions: Research projects.

Aim of the fundings:

  • Interlink projects initiated in the Nordic region
  • Increase synergies in forest research in the Nordic countries
  • Promote cross sectoral collaboration of sectors within a sustainable bioeconomy
  • Bridge gaps between research and forestry in practice
  • Provide means for long-term networking and coordination

For questions, please mail


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