Research Collaboration Marketplace

Applications from Danida priority countries – Window 1

This is a match making facility for research applicants from Ghana and Tanzania for posting of project ideas in their search for Danish research partners for Window 1 applications.

This is also a facility for Danish researchers to express an interest in being contacted by research applicants from Ghana and Tanzania for a possible research partnership (EOIs).

Kindly be aware that the contacts between applicants in the South and Danish researchers must be made directly between the two parties, which means that the establishment of partnerships is the responsibility of the researchers and institutions, as DFC does not have the mandate to play an active role linking up researchers.

For applicants from Ghana and Tanzania searching for Danish research partners
Format to be filled in, link here.
Filled-in forms should be submitted to
e-mail research@dfcentre.dk to be posted at this website.

Postings of project ideas
(Will be posted continuously according to country, theme and keywords).

Ghana, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to GHA-1. Keywords: Solar Energy, Control Systems, Thermodynamics, Electronics, System modeling.

Ghana, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to GHA-2: Keywords: 1. Chemical Engineering; specialties in fuel production from plastic waste, expert in plant design. 2. Planning; specialist in policies governing plastic waste management 3. Analytical Chemist with laboratory for determining flavonoids, and other analysis on cocoa beans.

Ghana, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to GHA-3: Keywords: Researcher in Software Engineer specialized mobile/Web development, Researcher in Database Administration.

Ghana, Theme 4: Resilience to climate change
Link to GHA-6: Keywords: Climate change scenarios analyst; social capital development experts.

Ghana, Theme 5: State building
Link to GHA-4: Keywords: Enterprise management, management of start up businesses, business policy analyst, curricullum development, SME’s consulting.

Ghana, Theme 5. State building
Link to GHA-5: Keywords: Monetoring & Evaluation, project management, GIS, compting and data science.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-1. Keywordsresearcher basing in electric power generation using renewable energy sources, fostering team work, good oral and written communication, attention to communication, capable of dealing with team members.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-2. Keywords: Renewable energy technologies, Technology management – technology transfer, Manufacturing technologies, Project management skills.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-5. Keywords: Municipal social scientist; solid waste management experience; renewable energy scientist.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-6. Keywords: Danish Scientists will be responsible for capacity building, Molecular techniques, dissemination (ICT) and knowledge backstopping.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-7. Keywords: Research proposal writing, oral presentation, Research policies and strategies, research management, Scholarly writing skills,
simulation softwares usage, Research Data collection and processing, Research communication skills, management of access to scientific literature, PhD supervision & examination.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-10. Keywords: Energy harvesting techniques/technologies, Energy efficient wireless sensor networks, Big Data, Analytics and Data Mining.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-11. Keywords: food security; governance; resource management; welfare economics; global change; sustainable development; value chain; inclusive development; agricultural economics; innovation

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-12. Keywords: Bussness ethics, lobor Laws and human rights, Corporate Social and environmental responsibility/Corporate sustainability, Goverance and Certification, Transnational Bussness Governance, Sustainability Standards, corruption and transparency, Policy Analysis.

Tanzania, Theme 1: Growth and technological innovation
Link to TAN-13. Keywords: ICT for development expert, Technical expert on variable-rate applicater (VRA).

Tanzania, Theme 2: Gender equality and development
Link to TAN-8. Keywords: PhD supervor on Gender equality in Natural Resource Management. Expert in land issues.

Tanzania, Theme 2: Gender equality and development
Link to TAN-9. Keywords: Child abuse reporting system, Child abuse control, child neglect, child welfare, mobile phones reporting system, child care, information management, information retrieving and tracking, child protection.

Tanzania, Theme 4: Resilience to climate change
Link to TAN-3. Keywords: Zoonotic diseases, vector, public health, wildlife, livelihood, water scarcity, epidemiology, climate change, awareness, mitigation strategies.

Tanzania, Theme 4: Resilience to climate change
Link to TAN-4. Keywords: climate change adaptation, building local resilience, food security, pastoralists-farmers conflicts.

Tanzania, Theme 4: Resilience to climate change
Link to TAN-10. Keywords: Energy harvesting techniques/technologies, Energy efficient wireless sensor networks, Big Data, Analytics and Data Mining.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For Danish researchers interested in being contacted by applicants from Ghana and Tanzania for research partnerships (EOI)
Format to be filled in, link here.
Filled-in forms should be submitted to
e-mail research@dfcentre.dk to be posted at this website.

Postings of EOIs
(Will be posted continuously according to country, theme and keywords).

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Applications from Ghana and Tanzania must include relevant Danish research partners. If partners are not already identified from earlier collaborations or professional networks, it is possible to identify relevant Danish researchers by searching the Danish research database http://www.forskningsdatabasen.dk/ or international databases such as http://scholar.google.dk/ and https://www.researchgate.net. Inspiration can also be found by searching among ongoing and past projects at the Danida Research Portal http://drp.dfcentre.com/, and at the Danish Development Research Network website http://ddrn.dk/intro.html. An overview of the universities in Denmark is accessed at http://www.dkuni.dk/english, with links to each of the eight universities in Denmark, and searching may be done among their researchers, according to subject.