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India-South Korea International Joint R&D Partnering
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Open until December 31, 2021

Join India-South Korea International R&D Partnering! 

The Korea Institute for Advancement of Technology (KIAT), the Korea Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP), the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF), and the Global Innovation Technology Alliance (GITA) would like to open up the opportunity to facilitate partnering between South Korea and India for innovation and research projects within the below fields:

  • Future Manufacturing (smart factory, electric vehicles, 3D printing, robotics & automation, advanced materials)
  • Future Utilities (Renewable Energy including Hydrogen and Fuel Cells), Energy Efficiency, Smart Grid, Waste-to-Energy (WtE) technologies)
  • Digital Transformation (Information & Communication Technologies including IoT, AI, Big Data, Software)
  • Biology & Healthcare

This website is an open 1:1 networking platform operated at all times. The platform generates new values for companies, research organizations, academic and others from both countries and offers you the chance to network with participants in virtual meetings. All bilateral meetings will be scheduled as an online meeting/video-conferences via this website. Participation is free of charge.

Take your chance to innovate!

This platform will be open continuously, so that participants could get more opportunities to discuss project cooperation and facilitate introductions between organizations from South Korea and India.

"Proposals for Joint R&D Projects between South Korea and India"


Every year, KIAT, KETEP, NRF, and GITA are announcing their collaboration to fund joint applied R&D projects between South Korea and India, aiming to foster and support the development of collaborative R&D projects that bring together companies, research organizations, academic and other collaborators from both countries for the joint development of innovative products or processes. 

The main objective of this call is to respond to the global issues concerning science & technology while developing technologies that can be commercialized and localized within 2 years through joint cooperation between India and South Korea.

For more information on the project, please refer to the call guidelines on websites of GITA and KIAT.