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The aim of the PRELUDIUM 22 project implemented by the National Science Center is to support young scientists without a doctoral degree by co-financing their research projects. The total co-financing for projects implemented by IDEAS NCBR research workers in 2024 will amount to PLN 100,650. Project duration: 24/01/2024 – 23/01/2025.

PRELUDIUM competitions are well known in the Polish scientific community. They enable researchers at an early stage of their career to gain first experience in implementing research projects.

– From the beginning of the operation of the National Science Center, we focused on building a complete scientific career path, focusing on the independence and development of researchers. Many outstanding scientists currently working in Poland are representatives of the so-called generation of the NCN – researchers who started their scientific path, for example, with PRELUDIUM, and then developed their research and, thanks to the support of our grants, were able to build teams that today conduct work at the highest world level – says the director of the National Science Center, prof. Krzysztof Joźwiak.

In the PRELUDIUM 22 competition, 2,153 applications for funding were submitted, of which 231 research projects received positive decisions.

Detailed information about the PRELUDIUM project can be found on the website of the National Science Center here.

IDEAS NCBR research projects that received funding under the PRELUDIUM 22 competition:

• “Computational-efficient dynamic neural networks” Project leader: Bartosz Wójcik. Agreement No. UMO-2023/49/N/ST6/02513 of January 24, 2024.

• “Where to look next – active exploration driven by internal model uncertainty.” Project manager: Adam Pardyl. Agreement No. UMO-2023/49/N/ST6/02465 of January 24, 2024.