Research

Calls for applications for grants and University College Alberta Giménez research groups

RESEARCH COORDINATION

What we do

The main goal of Research Coordination is to aid teachers and researchers in scientific and technological fields. To this end, it disseminates calls for projects and accreditations, as well as relevant information for their preparation, and keeps the information about University College Alberta Giménez research groups updated. It also manages our own calls for applications, promotes synergies between researchers, handles the demand regarding partner search requests and prepares the Report on Research.

Main aid schemes

Calls for applications

Basic information and deadlines for submitting proposals.

CódigoNombreFecha límite
NA 2024-002Convocatoria de la evaluación de la actividad investigadora (sexenios) (CNEAI)12 febrero 2024
NA2024-001Proyectos Generación de Conocimiento 202330 enero 2024, a las 14:00
NA2023-003Juan de la Cierva (Convocatoria / Información útil)1 febrero 2023 (límite Comillas)
NA2023-004IX Convocatoria de Ayudas a Proyectos de Investigación Aristos Campus Mundus bases / formulario21 febrero 2023 (límite Comillas)
NA2020-001Acreditaciones ANECA profesoradoAbierta todo el año

AID SCHEMES FOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ALBERTA GIMÉNEZ RESEARCHERS

Own projects

Each year, University College Alberta Giménez (CESAG) puts out a call for applications for financial aid to foster research activities that improve the opportunities to obtain funding in regional, national or international calls for applications. It also conducts a grant scheme for attending conferences and training courses, as well as processing research activity requests in January 2023.

Third call for applications (2022)

Amount: Up to €3,000 per project..
Call start date: 3 October 2022
Application submission deadline: 28 October 2022
Lines of research: see more
Application form:
see more
Results: Award news

Grants for attending conferences and ongoing training

Call start date: 14 November 2022
Deadline for applications: 30 November 2022
Requirements: see more
Obligations: see more
Award criteria: see more

Application for research in July

The application must be sent by email to the Director, with a copy to the head of department and to [email protected]
Deadline for submitting applications 29 June 2023.

Second call for applications (2021)

Amount: Up to €3,000 per project..
Call start date: 11 November 2021
Application submission deadline: 1 December 2021.
Lines of research: see more
Results: Award news

LIST

Research groups

Movement, Brain and Health (MOBhE) arrow_forward

Group created in 2018-2019 academic year

SER (Salud, Educación y Rendimiento) [Health, Education and Performance] arrow_forward

Multi-disciplinary team created in Sports Science, Medicine, Psychology and Nutrition

Applied Research in Sport Science (ARSS) arrow_forward

Multi-disciplinary team focusing on optimising sports performance and identifying talent in athletes

I-DEA arrow_forward

Group created in 2021-2022 academic year. Teaching methodology, curriculum and teacher training

The literary work of Alberta Giménez arrow_forward

Studying Alberta Giménez’s use of literature

Useful resources

Comillas register of research by teaching and research staff

How to create a CV in short or abbreviated form (CVA)

Access the explanatory guides in PDF and Word format to prepare your own short or abbreviated-form curriculum vitae (CVA)

How to create a standard-form curriculum vitae (CVN)

Access the template to create your standard-form CV.

Obtaining ResearcherID, AuthorID and ORCID codes

  • Researcher ID: Access the Publons website and fill in some details. It will perform a search for your publications. If it finds one in its database, you have to validate it and this will be when it gives you a ReseacherID code (which will appear in the top right section). You can link your ResearcherID with ORCID.
  • Author ID: If you have a publication with Scopus, they should have assigned you an individual code. You will be able to link it to ORCID easily.
  • ORCID: Access the ORCID website and register there (you will see log in/register in the top right section). They will assign you a code and then you will be able to fill in the information. Linking the Researcher ID and/or the Author ID with this code is useful. You can also link your Twitter account or any other social network accounts you may have.

Quality indices and rating

This section contains links that make it possible to know the quality score of academic journals from different areas. If you use any others, please notify [email protected] and we will include it.

  1. Matrix of Information for Analysis of Journals (Miar). It enables you to find the databases where the journals are indexed
  2. FECyT ranking of journals with impact in Humanities and Social Sciences
  3. Scientific publications for Sports Science in Spain

Authorisation forms for researchers at University College Alberta Giménez

Academic search engines

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