- ANFF-VIC Technology Fellow Ambassador Program
As the central facility for the Australian National Fabrication Facility-Victorian Node (ANFF-VIC), the mission of the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) – Australia’s largest open-access nanofabrication cleanroom – is to facilitate the integration and translation of nanotechnology into the R&D activities that drive Australia’s innovation and manufacturing economies. ANFF-VIC is offering the opportunity to apply for a Technology Fellowship through their Ambassador Program.
- Australia–Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme (UA–DAAD)
The scheme is a joint initiative of Universities Australia and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The scheme supports exchanges for researchers to spend time at partner institutions in Germany and for collaborating German researchers to spend time at UoM. Proposals must include an early career researcher.
- Dyason Fellowships
Dyason Fellowships support University staff to undertake (or host) a short-term international visit that fosters significant and lasting research collaborations with leading international researchers, their academic networks and consortia.
- Early Career Researcher Grants
To support early career researchers in undertaking high quality projects and pilots, developing track records and competing for external funding.
- Establishment Grants for ARC DECRAs
Establishment Grants are one-off payments to support ARC DECRAs at the University of Melbourne. To be eligible for central support, matching funding must be provided by the host department/school/faculty on a 1:1 basis. Applications for Establishment Grants should be requested at the ARC DECRA proposal stage.
- Establishment Grants for ARC Future Fellows
Establishment Grants are one-off payments to support ARC Future Fellows at the University of Melbourne. To be eligible for central support, matching funding must be provided by the host department/school/faculty on a 2:1 basis. Applications for Establishment Grants should be requested at the ARC Future Fellowship proposal stage.
- Interdisciplinary Seed Funding
To support interdisciplinary research collaboration activities that will benefit from short-term seed-funding.
- International Research Training Groups (IRTGs)
International Research Training Groups (IRTGs) are organised, cohort-based programs that foster joint enrolment and supervision of graduate researchers by Melbourne academics and their international peers. This scheme supports the development of new IRTGs with world’s best research organisations where these partners demonstrate the same commitment to high-quality joint research and research training activities.
- Joyce Lambert Antarctic Research Fund
The Joyce Lambert Antarctic Research Fund is calling for applications for seed-funding for University of Melbourne early-mid career researchers to undertake internationally or nationally collaborative Antarctic research.
- Major Research Projects
RIC supports the development of high quality, high impact, major research projects and initiatives. These proposals are commonly multi-disciplinary research, multi-year and may be multi-institutional.
- McCoy Project PhD Scholarships
The McCoy Project will be offering two PhD Scholarships to commence in 2018, to be broadly allocated equally between the HASS and STEM disciplines. To award the scholarships, the McCoy Project is seeking expressions of interest from joint-supervisors from the University of Melbourne and Museum Victoria with PhD research projects that align with the objectives of the McCoy Project and its research themes.
- McCoy Seed Fund
The McCoy Seed Fund provides funding to support the development of collaborative research projects between Museum Victoria and the University of Melbourne. A small number of grants of between $5,000 and $20,000 will be awarded annually.
- McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellowships Program
To attract outstanding recent doctoral graduates in areas of research priority for the university and its faculties, and in particular to recruit new researchers who have the potential to build and lead cross-disciplinary collaborative research activities inside and across faculties.
- Melbourne Collaborative Research Infrastructure Program - Stage Two Funding
The Melbourne Collaborative Research Infrastructure Program (MCRIP) looks to improve the coherence and consolidation of a University-wide approach to research infrastructure provisioning through the support of people embedded in the University’s platform technologies. 13 platforms were funded under MCRIP Stage One funding. MCRIP Stage Two funding aims to support both new and existing eligible platforms. To be considered eligible for support platforms must fit the criteria of Collaborative Research Infrastructure, which specifically addresses: technical expertise and continuous learning, researcher access to capabilities, quality assurance, information management towards evidence-based decision making, efficiency and avoidance of duplication, long-term operational sustainability and precinct partnerships to maximise opportunities.
- Melbourne Research Fellowships (Career Interruptions) Program
The objective of the Melbourne Research Fellowships (Career Interruptions) Program is to enable eligible researchers who are University of Melbourne staff and who do not have a continuing research position whose careers have been severely interrupted, delayed or otherwise constrained by circumstances such as acute or chronic illness, child bearing, child rearing or primary responsibility for the sustained care of a dependent family member to enhance or re-establish their academic research careers.
- Research Initiatives Fund Collaborative Equipment Grant Scheme
The University’s RIF Collaborative Equipment Grant Scheme provides funding for research equipment that cannot feasibly be acquired through national funding that supports cutting-edge infrastructure of critical mass. Aligning with principles of the Melbourne Collaborative Research Infrastructure Program (MCRIP), the RIF Collaborative Equipment Grant Scheme aims to support equipment purchases of a collaborative nature, i.e. represent the needs, and have impact beyond, a single research group.
- University of Birmingham – University of Melbourne Collaboration Fund
This Collaborative Fund will grant awards for short-term visits between the universities that seed and extend collaborative links in research as well as teaching and learning. Visits can be inbound, outbound or a combination of both.The standard award is $5,000, although in exceptional circumstances additional funding may be awarded. Visits should enable collaborators to develop outputs and outcomes that leverage funding.
- University of Melbourne – Berlin University Alliance Seed Fund
Within their new partnership, established in October 2018, the University of Melbourne and the members of the Berlin University Alliance (BUA) – Freie Universität, Humboldt-Universität, Technische Universität and Charité – are seeking to strengthen their already existing links and stimulate new research collaborations between the five institutions.
- University of Melbourne – University of Manchester Research Fund
The University of Melbourne and the University of Manchester have established a research fund to deepen and extend collaborative research links between the universities. Grants will be awarded for collaborative projects that may include, but are not limited to, symposia, workshops and staff exchanges.
- UoM – Hebrew University of Jerusalem Call for Joint PhD Projects
Collaborator pairs of UoM and HUJI Faculty members are invited to apply to this joint call for joint supervision of 2 PhD candidates per pair.
- UoM – Hebrew University of Jerusalem Joint Research Workshop Grants Program
This bilateral program offers funding of up to $AUD 20,000 for UoM and HUJ collaborators to convene a research workshop in Melbourne or Jerusalem.
- US-GAP Funding
To support the pursuit of US research funding by providing both an accelerator program aimed at educating researchers on the US grant funding landscape and seed funding to support an application.
- Woodward Medals
Each year one Medal is awarded in Science and Technology and another in Humanities and Social Sciences to staff members for recently-published research considered to have made the most significant contribution to knowledge in these fields.