CSSP China research opportunities

Current calls for China (CSSP China) are now closed.

The following research grant opportunities were available under the Climate Science for Service Partnership.


Call one: Attribution of climate change over China

Call two: Contribution to ACRE China


Call: Global Dynamics of Climate Variability and Change


Call one: Global Dynamics of Climate Variability and Change

Call two: Western Pacific tropical cyclones

Call three: Convection-permitting simulations of East Asian climate


Call one:  Modelling physical and dynamical processes over the Tibetan Plateau and their regional effects over East Asia

Call two:  Informing the development of a new climate projection system

Call three:  Quantifying uncertainties in climate change projections for risk assessments


Call one: Sector Based Climate Services

WP5.3: Development of translational science for climate services

For more information on any of these calls please visit the  Met Office Tenders Home Page.

Applying for research grant opportunities

In order to respond to the upcoming calls for research grant opportunities under CSSP China you will need to register on the Met Office Tenders system via the "Register Free" option, found on the right hand side of the Tenders page. You can find more information on how to use the Met Office Tenders system at the Met Office Tenders guidance page.

Indicative timetable for current opportunities for research grant funding under CSSP China

ActivityStart dateEnd date
Advertise call02/03/201501/05/2015
Evaluation period06/05/201520/05/2015
Clarification period22/05/201505/06/2015
Award and feedback09/06/201519/06/2015
Projects commence01/07/2015End of term

Duration of research grant funding under CSSP China

We anticipate that research grant opportunities under Work Packages 1-4 will be awarded on a three year term, and that those under Work Package 5 will be awarded on a two year term, subject to funding.

If you have any queries about research opportunities under the CSSP Programme please contact trina.briers@metoffice.gov.uk.

Last updated: 4 August 2016

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