International cooperation

Bilateral cooperation


A total of 387 projects were co-financed in 2016 within the framework of the international bilateral scientific cooperative through the coordinated efforts of the Agency and the Ministry responsible for Science. In all, 12 countries cooperated: Austria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, France, Turkey, India, Japan, Russia, Argentina and the United States of America.

The Agency also cooperates with the French Commissariat for alternative and atomic energy (CEA). This cooperation is conducted via a public call for tender, the subject of which is the co-financing of international scientific research projects lasting for a period of two years. On the basis of two public calls in 2016, a total of 13 collaborative research projects were co-financed in the fields of new energy technologies, nuclear energy, adaptation to climate change, fundamental physics, life science and global safety.