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Australian Research Council: Centres of Excellence 2017 (University Expressions of Interest)

ARC Centres of Excellence are prestigious foci of expertise through which high-quality researchers collaboratively maintain and develop Australia’s international standing in research areas of national priority. ARC Centres of Excellence involve significant collaboration which allows the complementary research resources of universities, publicly funded research organisations, other research bodies, governments and businesses to be concentrated to support outstanding research.

Funding & Duration

The University of Adelaide has specific expectations on the level of cash support to be included in ARC CoE proposals. ARC Centres are funded for up to seven (7) years. The University of Adelaide will support involvement in high-quality, competitive applications.

The next ARC Centre of Excellence (CoE) round will commence in the first quarter of 2015, with funding to commence in 2017.

Expressions of Interest (EOI) & University Deadlines

University of Adelaide is undertaking an internal EOI process prior to the opening of the ARC Centre of Excellence 2017 round. This internal process will provide applicants with an opportunity to confirm details of their proposal and for School/Faculty commitments to the proposed Centre to be considered.

Applicants will receive feedback from School/Faculty/DVCR and a recommendation whether to proceed to the ARC EOI phase. University support cannot be guaranteed for CoE proposals that have not been submitted at the internal EOI phase, or for which the School/Faculty/DVCR has recommended not to proceed to ARC EoI phase.

  • EOI’s for ARC COE’s due at the Research Branch: 12 December 2014
  • Expressions of Interest (EOI) must be submitted using the SurveyMonkey Form.
  • EOI’s sent to Schools/faculties for Consideration: 15 December 2015
  • Ranking of EOI’s by School/Faculty due: 6 February 2015
  • DVCR considers all EOI’s. Applicants advised: 20 February 2015

Note: The SurveyMonkey form cannot be saved, and must be submitted in a single session.

Information on how to complete the COE SurveyMonkey EOI can be found on the Research Branch (COE) website.

No late EOI’s will be accepted.

Further Information

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