Applying for and reporting on FFI projects

All FFI sub-programmes and initiatives employ the same application process, with one exception. Here you will find the templates needed to apply.

How to apply for and report on FFI projects

You must submit  your application electronically via Vinnova’s eServices portal. The only exception is the Energy and the Environment sub-programme, where you submit your application via the Swedish energy agency’s application portal.

You need to read our application instructions before submitting your application. These describe what you may apply for, which documents must be included in your application, how to complete these documents and how we assess applications. The instructions also contain information about how approved projects are to submit reports, both during their progress and at their conclusion.

A project agreement must be signed by the all project participants. FFI has prepared a template as a guide to show how such an agreement can be designed.

When publishing information about your project and its results, you must indicate that the work has been conducted with FFI’s support. You can do this by including FFI’s logo.

FFI:s logotype in English

Templates in English

In the document Applying for and reporting FFI projects, you will find detailed instructions on how to apply as well as our evaluation criteria. The document also includes information on how to report on your project, both in the starting and final phases.

How to apply and report

Applying for and reporting FFI projects

Your application - templates to use

Budget form

Project description

CV

Pre-study

Final report - template to use

Final report form

Any questions?

If you have any questions about FFI, please don't hesitate to contact us at our secretariat located at Vinnova's offices.

Christina Kvarnström

Programme manager

+46 8 473 31 28

christina.kvarnstrom@vinnova.se

Lena Dalsmyr

Programme administrator

+46 8 473 31 61

lena.dalsmyr@vinnova.se

FFI's logotype
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