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2019年度“一带一路”水与可持续发展科技基金申请指南
 
   水安全及区域可持续发展与国家安全、地区及国际和平稳定紧密相连。水文水资源与水利工程科学国家重点实验室(河海大学·南京水利科学研究院,以下简称实验室)积极响应“一带一路”倡议,设立“一带一路”水与可持续发展科技基金,热忱欢迎和邀请各有关领域的国内外学者、科研人员来实验室进行客座研究,共同开展和推动水文水资源与水利工程科学领域的合作研究和协同发展。
 
   “一带一路”水与可持续发展科技基金主要包括重点基金项目和面上基金项目,紧密围绕“一带一路”沿线国家及地区的水安全与可持续发展问题,资助具有高科学价值和应用前景的基础研究和应用基础研究项目。
 
一、 基金项目的支持范围
   围绕实验室的五个研究方向,重点支持沿着以中国西部地区(河西走廊、新疆)为起点的丝绸之路经济带,及以中国西南河源、长江经济带为起点的21世纪海上丝绸之路,开展“一带一路”沿线典型气候区水文水资源与生态环境、水循环与洪旱灾害、河流水沙动力学、大气-海洋-陆面相互作用、水工程安全等方面的研究。
 
1、研究方向:水资源演变机理和高效利用
  主要支持研究内容:水资源演变机理及驱动机制;水资源高效利用与节水;水资源配置理论和方法;流域水资源综合管理。
2、研究方向:流域水文过程及防灾减灾
  主要支持研究内容:变化环境下产汇流机理;气候变化下的水文极端事件;流域水文过程时空演变;流域洪旱风险评估与调控。
3、研究方向:河流水沙动力学与水生态保护
   主要支持研究内容:水沙运动与污染物输移界面动力学;河流关键带物质输运过程及水环境生态效应;水力学与水系连通机理;涉水工程对生态环境影响机制与保护。
4、研究方向:河口海岸综合治理与保护
   主要支持研究内容:河口海岸水沙动力耦合作用机理;河口海岸多源水灾害高效精细模拟方法;河口海岸潮滩生物动力地貌过程;河口海岸综合治理与生态修复关键技术。
5、研究方向:水工程安全与灾变控制
   主要支持研究内容:水工程安全监控及预测预警;溃坝机理与风险分析;高性能水工新材料;水工程除险加固与性能提升。
 
二、 项目设置
   本期“一带一路”水与可持续发展科技基金拟资助重点项目5项和面上项目15项左右,资助年限1~3年,全过程动态管理,追踪问效,滚动资助。
   1、重点基金项目
围绕项目支持研究方向和重点内容,由本领域海内外高水平人才与本实验室团队研究人员联合申报,产出高水平研究成果,资助强度15万元左右。
   2、面上基金项目
资助本领域海内外优秀中青年人才,自由申报,大胆创新,积极开展前瞻性、原创性和探索性研究,预期目标、实施方案应切实可行,资助强度8万元左右。
 
三、申请要求
   1、申请人为具备博士学位、中级及以上技术职称的国内外教学、科研人员(本实验室依托单位人员暂不接受申请)。不具有高级专业技术职称的申请人,必须由本专业两名有高级职称的同行专家推荐。
   2、优先支持使用实验室实验平台或试验研究基地的项目。
   3、优先资助国外申请人和与实验室固定研究人员合作的项目。
   4、优先资助国内外访问学者。
  5、重点项目必须与实验室团队人员合作申报,且研究成果必须有以“水文水资源与水利工程科学国家重点实验室”为第一署名单位的SCI检索高水平论文,并标注“一带一路”水与可持续发展科技基金号。
  6、申请人需在规定日期内提交纸质申请表,一式两份(以邮戳日期为准),并通过E-mail提交申请书电子版。申请表见附件1。申请人提交的申请材料均不予退回。
 
四、受理时间
   自本指南公布之日起,开始接受项目申请,截止日期为2019年9月30日。
 
五、基金管理办法
   本实验室将组织专家对申请书进行评审,并交实验室“一带一路”科技基金学术委员会进行终审。根据评审结果,由实验室主任签发立项启动任务书,通知申请人。
项目管理具体办法按照水文水资源与水利工程科学国家重点实验室“一带一路”水与可持续发展科技基金项目管理办法执行(见附件2)。
 
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水文水资源与水利工程科学国家重点实验室(河海大学·南京水利科学研究院)
 
 
 
Application Guidelines for the Belt and Road Fund on Water and Sustainability
 
Water security and regional sustainable development are closely linked with the national security as well as the regional and international peace and stability. As a positive response to the "Belt and Road" initiative, the Belt and road (B&R) Fund on Water and Sustainability was set up by the State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering (Hydro-Lab, Hohai University & Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute). Scholars and scientific researchers at home and abroad are warmly welcomed to conduct visiting research in the Hydro-Lab. Our purpose is to promote the collaborative research and cooperative development in the fields of hydrology-water resources and hydraulic engineering for countries and regions along the B&R.
 
    Consisting of Key and General Fund Projects, the B&R Fund will offer financial support to excellent scientists for the fundamental research and applied fundamental research projects on water security and sustainability in countries and regions along the B&R which are of high scientific values and application prospects.
 
1. Specific areas of interest
    This Request for Applications (RFA) is seeking applications that take a system view to conduct investigations based on the five research topics lead by the Hydro-Lab. The applications are expected to focus on research topics on (1) hydrology, water resources, and ecological environment, (2) water cycle, flood and drought disasters, (3) water-sediment dynamics of rivers, (4) air-ocean-land surface interactions, (5) hydraulic constructions safety, etc. at typical climate zones along the Silk Road Economic Belt starting from western China (Hexi Corridor, Xinjiang) and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road starting from the southwestern headwater and Yangtze River economic belt of China.
 
(1) Evolution mechanisms and high-efficiency utilization of water resources
1) Evolution and driving mechanisms of water resources
2) High-efficiency utilization and conservation of water resources
3) Allocation theories and methods of water resources
4) Integrated management of basin water resources
(2) Hydrologic processes and disaster prevention and mitigation in river basins
1) Runoff generation and routing mechanisms under changing environment
2) Extreme hydrological events under climate change
3) The spatiotemporal evolution of watershed hydrological processes
4) Risk assessment and regulation of watershed floods and droughts
(3) Water-sediment dynamics of rivers and ecological protection
1) The dynamics of water-sediment movement and pollutant transport
2) Material transport and aquatic ecological effects in river critical zone
3) The connectivity mechanism of hydraulics and river system
4) The influence mechanism and protection of water-related projects on ecological environment
(4) Integrated management and protection of estuarine and coastal regions
1) Dynamic coupling mechanisms of water-sediment in estuarine and coastal regions
2) High efficiency and fine simulation methods of multi-source water disasters in estuarine and coastal regions
3) Biological geomorphology dynamic processes of tidal flats in estuarine and coastal regions
4) Integrated management and critical technologies of ecological restoration in estuarine and coastal regions
(5) Hydraulic construction safety and disaster control
1) Safety monitoring, early-warning, and forecasting of hydraulic constructions
2) Mechanisms of dam failure and risk analysis
3) New and high-performance materials for hydraulic constructions
4) Danger removal and reinforcement of hydraulic constructions
 
2. Award Information
   The B&R Fund in 2019 is expected to support about 5 Key projects and 15 General Fund Projects, which will be under dynamic management. The rolling funding may last 1-3 years.
 
(1)Key Fund Projects
   Top-level talents at home and abroad in the related fields are encouraged to work together with researchers in the Hydro-Lab to apply the B&R Fund. Approximately ¥150,000 will be awarded to each Key Fund Project. The proposals should be developed following the research orientations and contents listed above. High-quality research achievement and publications are required.
(2)General Fund Projects
   Young and middle-aged talents at home and abroad are encouraged to apply the B&R fund freely. Approximately ¥80,000 will be awarded to each General Fund Project. Feasible projects with prospective, original, and exploratory research are preferred.
 
3. Application Requirements
(1) The applicant should have already earned a PhD degree, and are scientific teachers or researchers with a middle-level professional title or above. For the applicant without a senior professional title, two recommendation letters from peer experts who have possessed a senior professional title in the related fields are required for the application. The Hydro-Lab staff are out of consideration.
(2) Projects relying on the experimental platform and research bases of the Hydro-Lab will be given priority.
(3) Projects which are conducted by applicants aboard or in collaboration with fixed researchers of the Hydro-Lab will be given priority.
(4) Visiting scholars at home or aboard will be given priority.
(5) Key Fund Projects must be applied in cooperation with the team members of the Hydro-Lab. The first signature institution of the high-level SCI papers should be assigned as “the State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering” and the B&R fund on water and sustainability should be acknowledged.
(6) The application form is expected to be printed out in duplicate and submitted within the required time (accepted by postmark), and be submitted via email as well. Please see the Attachment 1 for the application form. All application materials submitted by the applicant will not be returned.
 
4. Acceptance Time
   Application will be accepted since the date of guideline promulgation. And the deadline is September 30th, 2019.
 
5. Fund Management Regulations
   The applications will be reviewed by the organized expert group, and then be submitted to the B&R Fund Academic Commission of the Hydro-Lab for the final review. Based on the reviewers’ comments, the applicants will be informed after the laboratory director issues the project assignments. Besides, the specific regulations of the B&R fund will be conducted following the “Management regulations of the Belt and Road Fund on Water and Sustainability of the State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering” (Please see the Attachment 2).
 
Rongrong Zhang
State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering (Hohai University and Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute)
Phone: +86-025-83787286
Address: 1 Xikang Road, Nanjing 210098, China
E-mail: wdl@hhu.edu.cn
Website: http://www.hydro-lab.cn
 

  

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