JUMP: 2023-1 Call open

The JUMP programme is now open for proposals. Deadline for the 2023-1 Call is 30 June 2023, 14:00 CET. The FNR has partnered with the Ministry of Economy (MECO) for a pilot add-on to provide supplementary funding to help generate spin-offs.

The FNR JUMP programme is a competitive funding programme, open to all research domains, that is designed to help bridge the technical and funding gap between research-driven discoveries and their commercialisation/utilisation, thereby enhancing the impact of Luxembourg’s research on economy and society.

Panel dates: 20 September 2023: Bio-Medical Projects | 21 September 2023: Technology Projects

Go to JUMP programme page

Changes compared to previous call

The FNR has partnered with the Ministry of Economy (MECO) to provide supplementary funding to meet the above two objectives that aim to generate spin-offs. Through the joint Entrepreneur in Residence-bonus (EiR-bonus) add-on funding tool, implemented within the framework of the FNR-MECO collaborative spin-off programme, the Ministry of Economy aims to contribute to progressively improving the national framework of support to spin-off creation and to increase the long-term success rates of this type of new ventures. A typical spin-off process entails different phases (awareness creation, detection, pre-screening, validation, and launch).

Latest JUMP results

Results 2022-1 JUMP Call

Results 2021 JUMP21 Call

Results 2020 JUMP (PoC) Call

Results 2020 JUMP (Pathfinder) Call

Results 2019-2 JUMP (Proof of Concept) Call

Results 2019-2 JUMP (Pathfinder) Call

Results 2019-1 JUMP (Proof of Concept) Call

Results 2019-1 JUMP (Pathfinder) Call

Results 2018-2 JUMP (Proof of Concept) Call

Results 2018-2 JUMP (Pathfinder) Call

JUMP: Pathfinder & Proof of Concept results Call 2018-1

JUMP highlights

Spotlight on Young Researchers – revisited 5 years later: From drones to space robotics

From lab to startup: LuxAI and QTrobot – a robot to help children with autism

From lab to spin-off: NIUM – nutrition as a therapeutic tool

We need both: start-ups and research-based spin-offs, but they need different support measures to be successful

LALA: An innovative programme to help children learn to read

Spotlight on Young Researchers: German Castignani

“Over the past 15 years public R&D spending has increased 12 fold”

Shifting the innovation gap in Luxembourg

POC: Pocket-sized intestines – the HuMiX model enables intestinal flora to be investigated under real conditions

Luxembourg researchers develop computer models for hundreds of bacterial strains

Better driving made easy thanks to Motion-S app

Study finds eating fiber prevents gut bacteria from eating you

Clear the stage for knowledge-based business ideas

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