Through an annual call for proposals, the fund primarily supports travel costs for exchange between a team at MIT and colleagues at Ben Gurion University. The Israeli must be identified in the proposal. Applications for up to $15,000 are recommended, maximum award is $30,000
Priority will be given to projects that:
- propose a balanced exchange between the MIT and Israeli participants
- demonstrate complementarity between the MIT and Israeli teams
- Include students
At BGU, you may contact Prof. Yosi Kost. At MIT, you may contact David Dolev.
The MIT-Israel – Ben Gurion University of the Negev Seed Fund is a part of MISTI Global Seed Funds. All general MISTI Global Seed Funds criteria, application and evaluation procedures apply.