Do you have an idea or invention that could do with further development. Finance a feasibility and/or commercial study for your concept or invention with the new IXA Informatics Feasibility Fund.
A type of funding which offers researchers and students from the Institute of Informatics UvA an opportunity to carry out technical and/or commercial feasibility studies on their concepts, inventions or ideas. IXA UvA HvA manages the Informatics Feasibility Fund. The conditions under which the funding can be provided are briefly summarized below. IXA provides this Fund for a period of 3 years.
The funding can be provided to researchers and students, from the Institute for Informatics of the UvA.
Exploitation of the results
The results of the project will be licensed to the applicant’s start-up initiative for exploitation purposes. This funding facility is a soft loan with a revolving character in case of successful exploitation of the results.
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