Call for Research Proposals 2021

updated: 01.02.2021


NCR-TAU Joint Grant Call for Research Proposals on Cybersecurity, 2021

Important Update: We have extended our deadline to Febuary 1, 2021.

The Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel Aviv University and Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) are launching a joint grant call, under the domain of Singapore’s National Cybersecurity R&D (NCR) Programme and the support of Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD).


This is the second Call for Research Proposals (CFP) created by these partners, inviting academics from both Israel and Singapore to conduct joint interdisciplinary cybersecurity research. The program is seeking proposals on novel ideas and technologies to address challenges faced by Singapore and Israel pertaining to; Secure Smart Cities, Internet of Things, Behavioural Studies and Social Science of Cybersecurity and Policy & Governance of Cybersecurity.

esearch areas include:

A. Advanced early warning and threat analysis, mitigation and response

B. Communications and connectivity security

C. Digital trust and security assurance

D. Behavioural, psychological, sociological and other human aspects of cybersecurity

E. Policy, strategy, decision making, law, rights and privacy aspects of cybersecurity

F. Organizations, formal processes, financial perspectives, insurance and more Interdisciplinary cyber aspects


Please see the detailed Call for Research Proposals here. Applicants must use the templates provided in the package for the Research Proposal:

 NCR TAU Full Proposal template (Word Document)  

NCR-TAU Grant Quad Chart Template (PowerPoint)

NCR-TAU Grant Call Budget Template for TAU Faculty (Excel)

Please find the submission page here and email the budget request and presentation to

*We have extended the deadline to February 1, 2021. *


Singapore-based researchers are required to use the following link.

To be eligible for consideration, application will have to include both researchers from Singapore’s IHL/RI and researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU).

Both researchers submit the same proposal to the two funding organisations.




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