+Dr. Mohd Khairul Mohd Sallehkhairulsalleh@ieee.orgPhD in Microwave & Electromagnetic Modelling                           ...
+                                                           2    Presentation Outline     National   Recent Scenario – Im...
+                                               3    Recent Scenario    2013 : MOHE to give Research Incentives     based...
+                                                                          4    MyRA: KPI for KRA (Research)              ...
+                                                                                 5    FUNDING FOR R, D & C IN 10th    MP ...
Championing Scientific Discovery,    Transforming Innovation    MOSTI IN THE+   TENTH MALAYSIA PLAN    MOSTI IN THE    TEN...
7   a national vision of creating a developed nation in our own mould“The challenge of establishing a scientific and progr...
8/96
9/96
+ Innovation Model for Wealth Creation                                                              10         and Societa...
+                7                                    11NANOTECHNOLOGY       OCEANOGRAPHY
+                                                                      12     Research Priority Areas1.    Life Sciences2....
MOSTI : R,D&C FUNDING CONTINUUM +                                                                                         ...
+   SCIENCE-FUND (brief guideline)    by MOSTI                                     14
+                                                  15    ScienceFund - Definition     Grantprovided by Government to carr...
+                                                16    ScienceFund - Objectives     tosupport research that *can lead to ...
+                                                17    Scope of Funding     ScienceFund  covers preliminary research     ...
+                                                          18    Selection Criteria     Scientificand technical merit: Th...
+                                                                        19    Extra infos ..        Expatriate can apply...
+                                                                                    20    Extra infos (2) …       MOSTI ...
+                                                                             21    Evaluation Cycles (from Dec 2011)     ...
How about us?                       Research                        Grants    +          Post-Grads              Publicati...
+                                        23    E-SCIENCE    Online   application form    Well-structured   and systemati...
+   http://ernd.mosti.gov.my                               24
+ New user registration   25
+ New user registration                                                     26  Careful   with spelling, IC number, usern...
+                                                                     27    ESCIENCE – the content                        ...
+ ESCIENCE – the content (eg.)   28
+                                               29    ESCIENCE – the content (eg.)                         Different tabs/...
+ ESCIENCE – the content (eg.)          30                        Next tab/page                  Always save
+ ESCIENCE – the content (eg.)   31
+ Experience & Specialization   32
+ Research Achievements   33
+ Past Research Project   34
+    E-Science    The Research Proposal                            35
+ Project Application   36
37Project Application
+ ESCIENCE proposal – the contents   38        Project Identification        Project Objectives        Research Backgro...
+    PART I : Project Background    Project Identification    Project Objectives    Background    Relevant Past Research  ...
+    Project Identification                                                    40     Components      Project      Numbe...
+                            41    Project Identification
+                                            42    Project title – the use of text editor
+                                43    Keywords               Try to fill all
+                                      44    Project Identification - example
+                        45    Project Objectives
+       Project Objectives                                                                                   46       Obj...
+                                   47    Project Objectives (examples)
+                                        48    Research Cluster & Field (Example)
+     Research Background                                                                      49     Project   status   ...
+                         50    Research Background
+ Literature review summary (example)   51
+                                52    Related research (example)
+ Relevant Past Research      53 Detailing Related Research Title Summary, outcomes etc Relevance to research Research...
+                                                              54    Relevant Past Research    Experience/Past Research re...
+                                          55    Relevant Past Research Details            Fill in                       F...
+                                                  56    Relevant Past Research Details                               Fill...
+                                                                    57    Relevant Past Research Details    (Example)    ...
+ Relevant Past Research Details   58  (Example)
+ PART II : THE  RESEARCH  Research Approach  Project Schedule  Project Benefits                      59
+   Research Approach                                                           60     Research     Methodology      als...
+ Research         Methodology                                                      61 Literature   Review/Background Stu...
62Must FILL
+ Research Methodology (exe., with 6                           63  activities) 1.   Activity 1: Literature Review & Prelim...
+ Research Methodology (exe., with 6                                              64     activities) - cont3.       Activi...
+ Research Methodology (exe., with 6                                     65 activities) – cont 2 5.   Activity 5: Analysis...
66Must FILL
67Research Methodology (example)
+ Specialised Equipment, Facilities and   68  Infra Involved in the Project
+ Project Activities (Beginning Apr 2013)            69 with Length 24 months   2013     (3 activities)     Activity 1 :...
+                                                               70    Milestone     Project   Period (Apr 2013 – Mar 2015...
+ Project Activities (Sample)   71
+                                                                           72    Milestones (Example)       Fill and Add ...
+                                                       73    Risks of Project     Factors   relating to complexities    ...
+ Risks   of Project   74
+                              75    Equipment and Facilities
+                                       76    Project Schedule – Self-generated
+ Project Benefits                                     77   Outputs   expected from the project    Theory   IPR etc   H...
+                      78    Project Benefits
+ PART III : THE  ORGANISATION   Research Collaboration   Contractual Matters                            79
+                            80    Research Collaboration
+       Man-months                                                                           81       Total Duration 24 m...
+ Research Collaborations   82
+                                           83    Search a User                    May search: *khairul*
+                                               84    Select an Organization                             Set the workload ...
+                 85    Researchers
+                                                    86    Support Staff & Research Officer                               ...
+ Research Collaborations                87    University Linkages    Industry Linkages {not necessary}    Researchers ...
+                                                  88    Contractual Matters         Put “none” if no contract with industry
+    PART IV : THE FUNDING    Staff Cost Estimation    Direct Cost Estimation                             89
+ Budget Settings (Suggested)                           90  Prof/Assoc   Prof (depending on research strength)     RM250...
+ Man-month & Man-day (Example)                91   Total   24 man-months      2013: Apr 2013 – Dec 2013 (9 months)    ...
+ Researcher’s Man-day (Example)                              92 4   man-months   2013      (3 activities) : 30 man-days...
+ Contract Staff Man-days (Example)                               93   They are normally allocated maximum man-months; i....
+ 24 months, Beginning Apr 2013                                                                                           ...
+ 24 months, Beginning Apr 2013                                                                                           ...
+                                        96    Staff Cost Estimation (Daily rate)
+                                                     97    Staff Cost Estimation (Worksheet)                 Click “Edit”...
+                                                98    Erase and Corrections                                      To erase...
+                                   99    Staff Cost Estimation Summary
+                                     100    Staff Cost Estimation (Example)
+                               101    Full activities (Example)
+                                                      102    Direct Expense     Travel   and transportation (V 21000)   ...
+                                                             103    Other details …     Budget      Research   material...
+                         104    Direct Expense Form
+                                                         105    Justifications (to purchase)              Need to fill ju...
+                              106    Summary - self-generated
+                                  107    Final Total – self-generated
+ Submission   108
+                          109    Check for Completion
+                     110    Incomplete Form
+                     111    Completed Forms
+              112    Printing
+                         113    Complete Submission
+                                           114                     … qui ne tente rien                        n’a rien …T...
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  • To be aligned with the government and MOHE directionDistribution of money/budget is now based on KPI/NKRA/MKRA and MyRA SCORE, which are all related to researchNo research no budget
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    1. 1. +Dr. Mohd Khairul Mohd Sallehkhairulsalleh@ieee.orgPhD in Microwave & Electromagnetic Modelling E-SCIENCE GRANT(INPT-ENSEEIHT, France) Philosophy and Application ProcessFellow of Research, Research Management Institute (RMI), UiTMFellow, Microwave Technology Centre (MTC), UiTMLecturer, Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FKE), UiTMVice Chair, IEEE AP/MTT/EMC Joint Chapter of Malaysia
    2. 2. + 2 Presentation Outline  National Recent Scenario – Importance of research  ResearchGrants and an Indicator of Research Performance  Available National Research Grants  Grants by MOSTI  ScienceFund by MOSTI  ScienceFund Online Application Form
    3. 3. + 3 Recent Scenario 2013 : MOHE to give Research Incentives based on MyRA Scores (Achievement Band) 2013 : Government Agency Budget will be based on KPI/NKRA/MKRA (… key results area)
    4. 4. + 4 MyRA: KPI for KRA (Research) Key MyRA Scores Publications Fundings Postgraduate (mainly PhD)MyRA SCORE =5.5 /index paper MyRA SCORE =2 /RM10,000 MyRA SCORE =55 /PhD Graduated
    5. 5. + 5 FUNDING FOR R, D & C IN 10th MP IDEATION RESEARCH PRE -COM COMMERCIALISATION KKLW MOHE (FRGS, RU, APEX) MITI (SME Corp) MOF (BGF) CRADLE MOF (BSF) KPKK (CREATIVE INDUSTRY MAVCAP, MDV FUND) KPPK (CESS FUND) MINDEF (STRIDE) KeTTHA (Green Tech) MOA (AGRO BANK) SCIENCEFUND MTDC, Biotech Corp, etc Techno/InnoFund etc MGS
    6. 6. Championing Scientific Discovery, Transforming Innovation MOSTI IN THE+ TENTH MALAYSIA PLAN MOSTI IN THE TENTH MALAYSIA PLAN MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION 6
    7. 7. 7 a national vision of creating a developed nation in our own mould“The challenge of establishing a scientific and progressive society, a society that isinnovative and forward looking, one that is not only a consumer of technology but also a contributor to the scientific and technological civilization”
    8. 8. 8/96
    9. 9. 9/96
    10. 10. + Innovation Model for Wealth Creation 10 and Societal Well Being 3-5 years Acquisition Income MARKET Market Technology Growth DRIVEN Identified and INNOVATION Malaysia’s Jobs Strategic Positioning and Value Risk Capital Market added Niche products and Market servicesTECHNOLOGY Science DRIVEN (Basic Technology (to be INNOVATION Research) Identified) Science Grants Technology Grants Risk Capital 10-15 years 3-5 years
    11. 11. + 7 11NANOTECHNOLOGY OCEANOGRAPHY
    12. 12. + 12 Research Priority Areas1. Life Sciences2. Computer Sciences and Information and Communication Technology (ICT)3. Agriculture Sciences/Agricultural Engineering4. Environmental Sciences5. Advanced Materials Sciences6. Chemical Sciences7. Physical and Mathematical Sciences8. Engineering9. Medical and Health Sciences10. Social Sciences and Humanities
    13. 13. MOSTI : R,D&C FUNDING CONTINUUM + 13PRE-R&D RESEARCH PRE-COMMERCIALISATION COMMERCIALISATIONPre-R&D Concept/ Applied Incubator/ Value Pilot Matured Value Idea R Early Realisation Process Basic R Prototype Plant / Level Analysis Growth Development Commercial Ready Prototype ScienceFund TechnoFundPrioritysetting, Technology InnoFund CRDF/TAF/VCscanning Biotechnology R&D InitiativesMSC Pre- (9th MP) BGF/BSFseed Fund(9th MP) DAGS Roll-Out (9th MP) BIOTECH COMMERCIALISATION FUND E-Content FundCradleFund Strategic Funding For ICT MGS Grant Scheme
    14. 14. + SCIENCE-FUND (brief guideline) by MOSTI 14
    15. 15. + 15 ScienceFund - Definition  Grantprovided by Government to carry out R&D projects that can contribute to the discovery of new ideas and the advancement of knowledge in *applied sciences, focusing on *high impact and innovative research.
    16. 16. + 16 ScienceFund - Objectives  tosupport research that *can lead to the innovation of products or processes for further development and commercialization; and/or;  togenerate *new scientific knowledge and strengthen national research capacity and capability.
    17. 17. + 17 Scope of Funding  ScienceFund covers preliminary research leading to laboratory proof of concept or towards the development of new products or processes. The quantum of fund approved will be determined based on the merit of each application Quantum of Funding  Up to RM 500,000.00 Project Duration  Up to 30 months
    18. 18. + 18 Selection Criteria  Scientificand technical merit: The project must be scientifically sound, technically feasible with achievable milestones, and has the potential for further development and commercialization  Research competence: The research team must have the knowledge and competency to carry out the research successfully to completion  Innovativeness of the research  Highimpact research: Clear and measureable expected output, outcome and impact in line with National Key Economic Areas / National Key Result Areas (NKEA/NKRA).
    19. 19. + 19 Extra infos ..  Expatriate can apply and be the leader  But must have local researchers as members  Researcher without PhD is not a major issue  Although it is an advantage  Try to involve experienced researchers in the team  Focus on: Oil Gas, Energy, Palm Oil, Rubber, Greater KL and Klang Valley, Electrical & Electronics, HealthCare, Education  RA can get 2500 per month  As per August 2012, budget is still there and a lot – SEND APPLICATION!
    20. 20. + 20 Extra infos (2) …  MOSTI – 3 layers of evaluation  Internal – Clerical-based, will return to RMI in case of incompleteness, etc.  Technical & Financial Evaluation Committee. Consisted of experts from public and private sectors. International might me invited  Fund Approval Committee. Normally will follow the decision from the Technical & Financial Evaluation Committee.  Others  Must have preliminary research works done, basic study done, research component.  Literature review is IMPORTANT – include latest references 2011, 2012.  Executive summary must be excellent and complete  Algorithm should be able to lead to prototype, software  Outcomes – must include human capital (PhD, MSc, to train)  MOSTI are not really particular with papers/publication, but instead attracted with products
    21. 21. + 21 Evaluation Cycles (from Dec 2011) LAST DATE TO CLIENT CYCLE SUBMIT EVALUATION RESULT CHARTER APPLICATION 1 Jan– 29 Feb 1/2011 31 Dec 2011 1 Mac 2012 37 working days 2012 1 Mac – 10 May 1/2012 29 Feb 2012 11 May 2012 50 working days 2012 1 June – 9 Aug 2/2012 31 May 2012 10 Aug 2012 50 working days 2012 1 Sept – 14 Nov 3/2012 31 Aug 2012 16 Nov 2012 50 working days 2012 2 Jan – 18 Mac 50 working 4/2012 31 Dec 2012 19 Mac 2013 2013 days
    22. 22. How about us? Research Grants + Post-Grads Publications 22
    23. 23. + 23 E-SCIENCE Online application form Well-structured and systematic http://ernd.mosti.gov.my Compatible with IE only (Internet Explorer)
    24. 24. + http://ernd.mosti.gov.my 24
    25. 25. + New user registration 25
    26. 26. + New user registration 26  Careful with spelling, IC number, username, email, etc.  Items with red star must be filled  Can be edited/updated later  The registration steps:  The applicant fills the form and submits  RMI will validate the registration and an email will be sent to the applicant for email address verification  The applicant must click on the link in the email for verification  A second mail will be sent by MOSTI containing a password  The applicant may use the username along with the password to log into the website
    27. 27. + 27 ESCIENCE – the content Milestones /CV Report submissionEdit profile(education,professional experience,research experience) Research Proposal Editing and submission Project Collaboration
    28. 28. + ESCIENCE – the content (eg.) 28
    29. 29. + 29 ESCIENCE – the content (eg.) Different tabs/pages
    30. 30. + ESCIENCE – the content (eg.) 30 Next tab/page Always save
    31. 31. + ESCIENCE – the content (eg.) 31
    32. 32. + Experience & Specialization 32
    33. 33. + Research Achievements 33
    34. 34. + Past Research Project 34
    35. 35. + E-Science The Research Proposal 35
    36. 36. + Project Application 36
    37. 37. 37Project Application
    38. 38. + ESCIENCE proposal – the contents 38  Project Identification  Project Objectives  Research Background  Relevant Past Research  Research Approach  Project Schedule  Project Benefits  Research Collaboration  Contractual Matters  Staff Cost Estimation  Direct Expense Estimation
    39. 39. + PART I : Project Background Project Identification Project Objectives Background Relevant Past Research 39
    40. 40. + Project Identification 40  Components  Project Number (Generated by System)  Initially UiTM XXXXXX  After submission to MOSTI 04-01-01-SF0023  Project Title  Keywords
    41. 41. + 41 Project Identification
    42. 42. + 42 Project title – the use of text editor
    43. 43. + 43 Keywords Try to fill all
    44. 44. + 44 Project Identification - example
    45. 45. + 45 Project Objectives
    46. 46. + Project Objectives 46  Objective  Define as a summary of works done, examples: To investigate and implement advanced novel topologies in Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that includes….. To identify and evaluate the appropriate PWM .. . . .. To define the theoretical and mathematical equations for describing  Type of Research  Basic Research/Fundamental/Strategic  Applied Research/Technology Related {if unsure, choose this}  Research Cluster  ICT (18 months) OR Biotechnology OR Industry OR Sea to Space OR S & T Core  Field of Research  Primary FOR  Secondary FOR
    47. 47. + 47 Project Objectives (examples)
    48. 48. + 48 Research Cluster & Field (Example)
    49. 49. + Research Background 49  Project status New  Modifications (Existing E-Science Project); Extension  Summary  Literature Review Summary (10,000 char) :  Project background; Other Technologies/techniques; Problem Statement; Proposed Work; Novelty and Uniqueness  References  Related Research (10,000 char) :  Team members relevant work; Relevant Papers from Team Members; Relevant Postgraduates; New Postgraduate Works  References (If insufficient in above)
    50. 50. + 50 Research Background
    51. 51. + Literature review summary (example) 51
    52. 52. + 52 Related research (example)
    53. 53. + Relevant Past Research 53 Detailing Related Research Title Summary, outcomes etc Relevance to research Research Teams Funding (exe.)  IRPA  IRDC  PASCA Siswazah  NSF Scholarship  Internal Funding (UiTM)
    54. 54. + 54 Relevant Past Research Experience/Past Research related to the project proposed
    55. 55. + 55 Relevant Past Research Details Fill in Fill in Fill in
    56. 56. + 56 Relevant Past Research Details Fill in Fill in Fill in Fill in Fill in
    57. 57. + 57 Relevant Past Research Details (Example) This indicates that the form is completely filled
    58. 58. + Relevant Past Research Details 58 (Example)
    59. 59. + PART II : THE RESEARCH Research Approach Project Schedule Project Benefits 59
    60. 60. + Research Approach 60  Research Methodology  also include equipment used  Specialised Equipment  Existing Equipment (Some)  Some New Equipment  Measurement Equipments etc (max RM100,000.00)  Facilities  Lab Bench, Other equipments  Infrastructure  Lab Space etc
    61. 61. + Research Methodology 61 Literature Review/Background Studies Body of Work  Simulations/Hypothesis  Experimental Verifications  Mathematical Equations, Description of techniques etc Reporting/Papers etc (Outcomes)  Papers in distinguished conferences, journals
    62. 62. 62Must FILL
    63. 63. + Research Methodology (exe., with 6 63 activities) 1. Activity 1: Literature Review & Preliminary Works  Study the various basic single-phase matrix converter operation including its basic commutation strategies. Review existing topologies in UPS to ascertain new and novelty of proposed UPS 2. Activity 2: Simulation Models  Simulation Models will use MATLAB/Simulink, PSpice and/or PSIM to study the behaviour and performance implemented using a personal computer. Proposed investigations and implementations on behaviour and performance includes;
    64. 64. + Research Methodology (exe., with 6 64 activities) - cont3. Activity 3: Construction of laboratory prototype  For experimental verifications, basic test equipments including; volt-meter, ammeter, wattmeter together with basic DC supply for controller will be used for testing and evaluation. A frequency generator will be used to generate test waveforms. A special DC supply (600V, 10A) will be used to provide the DC rail voltage for inverter operation. Development systems for FPGA and microcontroller will be used to implement the control electronics. A dedicated personal computer is required to provide interface between software control algorithm and hardware.4. Activity 4: Hardware Construction & Experimental Verification  The performance of the UPS will be evaluated for charging and back-up operation
    65. 65. + Research Methodology (exe., with 6 65 activities) – cont 2 5. Activity 5: Analysis and Synthesis  Mathematical treatment on the developed topology will be outlined with the appropriate technical analysis of results. Software tools including; MATLAB, MAPLE & MATHCAD will be used to assist in formulating the final equations. 6. Activity 6: Documentation, Papers and Reports  Highly cited publications  Publications in prestigious international conferences that includes; PESC, IECON, APEC, IEMDC, PEDS & ICIEA
    66. 66. 66Must FILL
    67. 67. 67Research Methodology (example)
    68. 68. + Specialised Equipment, Facilities and 68 Infra Involved in the Project
    69. 69. + Project Activities (Beginning Apr 2013) 69 with Length 24 months 2013 (3 activities)  Activity 1 : Literature Review  Activity 2 : Mathematical Representation and Modeling of Main Problem  Activity 3 : Full Simulation of the System 2014 (2 activities)  Activity 4 : Fabrication and Experimental Verification  Activity 5 : Analysis & Synthesis 2015 (1 activities)  Activity 6 : Report and Documentation
    70. 70. + 70 Milestone  Project Period (Apr 2013 – Mar 2015)  Minimum 1 milestone every six months (twice a year)  Milestone 1 : Jun 2013 (Activity 1)  Literature Review & Basic Simulation Completed  Milestone 2 : Dec 2013 (Activity 3)  Completion of …  Milestone 3 : Jun 2014 (Activity 4)  Successful Experimental Verifications Completed  Milestone 4 : Dec 2014 (Activity 5)  Performance Evaluation Completed  Milestone 5 : Jun 2014 (Activity 6)  Project Completion
    71. 71. + Project Activities (Sample) 71
    72. 72. + 72 Milestones (Example) Fill and Add .. ALL MILESTONE No need to fill … just save. This portion is automatically filled
    73. 73. + 73 Risks of Project  Factors relating to complexities  Relate to Technical, Timing and Budget Risks  Technical Risks  Complexities of problems  Timing Risks 2 years short for Ph.D then say on-going  Budget Risks  More existing equipment means low risks etc  Currency fluctuations for equipments etc
    74. 74. + Risks of Project 74
    75. 75. + 75 Equipment and Facilities
    76. 76. + 76 Project Schedule – Self-generated
    77. 77. + Project Benefits 77  Outputs expected from the project  Theory IPR etc  Human capital and expert development  Postgraduates, Students etc  Economic contributions of the project  Future incomes  Cost savings  Infrastructural contributions of the project  Excellence  Collaborations
    78. 78. + 78 Project Benefits
    79. 79. + PART III : THE ORGANISATION Research Collaboration Contractual Matters 79
    80. 80. + 80 Research Collaboration
    81. 81. + Man-months 81  Total Duration 24 months (20 days/man-month = 480 days total)  OR 18 months for ICT Projects (360 days total)  Project Leader (Lecturers) : 4 – 8 man-months  Not sure, use 4 man-months (working 4 months over 24 months, OR 80 DAYS TOTAL)  Or 3 man-months for ICT Projects (over 18 months total)  Researchers (Lecturers) : 4 – 8 man-months  Not sure, use 4 man-months, 3 man-months for ICT  Technicians/Support Staff : 8 – 12 man-months  For completeness  Research Officers (Contract Staff)  Maximum 2  Each, put maximum 24 man-months
    82. 82. + Research Collaborations 82
    83. 83. + 83 Search a User May search: *khairul*
    84. 84. + 84 Select an Organization Set the workload (the man-month)
    85. 85. + 85 Researchers
    86. 86. + 86 Support Staff & Research Officer Set the workload (the man-month)
    87. 87. + Research Collaborations 87  University Linkages  Industry Linkages {not necessary}  Researchers  Other Staff Members  Other Universities  Others  Support Staff  Contract Staff
    88. 88. + 88 Contractual Matters Put “none” if no contract with industry
    89. 89. + PART IV : THE FUNDING Staff Cost Estimation Direct Cost Estimation 89
    90. 90. + Budget Settings (Suggested) 90  Prof/Assoc Prof (depending on research strength)  RM250,000.00 – RM300,000.00  RM600.00 – RM800.00 per man-day  Senior Lecturer  RM150,000 – RM250,000  RM500.00 per man-day  Lecturer  RM100,000 – RM150,000  RM400.00 per man-day  Support Staff/ Contract Staff : RM100/man-day
    91. 91. + Man-month & Man-day (Example) 91  Total 24 man-months  2013: Apr 2013 – Dec 2013 (9 months)  2014: Jan 2014 – Dec 2014 (12 months)  2015: Jan 2015 – Mar 2015 (3 months)  Each man-month considered 20 man-days  24 man-months = 480 man-days  2013 = 9 months = 180 man-days  2014 = 12 months = 240 man-days  2015 = 3 months = 60 man-days 4 man-months = 80 man-days  2013 = 9 months = 30 man-days  2014 = 12 months = 40 man-days  2015 = 3 months = 10 man-days
    92. 92. + Researcher’s Man-day (Example) 92 4 man-months  2013 (3 activities) : 30 man-days (1.5 man-months)  Activity 1 : 10 man-days  Activity 2 : 10 man-days  Activity 3 : 10 man-days  2014 (2 activities) : 40 man-days (2 man-month )  Activity 5 : 20 man-days  Activity 6 : 20 man-days  2015 (1 activities) : 10 man-days (0.5 man-month)  Activity 5 : 10 man-days
    93. 93. + Contract Staff Man-days (Example) 93 They are normally allocated maximum man-months; i.e 24 man- months. If we have 2 contract staffs, multiply by 2 2013 (3 activities) : 9 man-months @ 20d (180 man-days)  Activity 1 : 3 months @ 20d = 60 man-days  Activity 2 : 3 months @ 20d = 60 man-days  Activity 3 : 3 months @ 20d = 60 man-days 2014 (2 activities) : 12 man-month @ 20d (240 man-days)  Activity 4 : 6 months @ 20d = 120 man-days  Activity 5 : 6 months @ 20d = 120 man-days 2015 (1 activities) : 3 man-month @ 20d (60 man-days)  Activity 6 : 3 months @ 20d = 60 man-days
    94. 94. + 24 months, Beginning Apr 2013 94 Prof. RM800/day RM800/day RM800/day RM800/day RM800/day Assoc. Prof. RM600/day RM600/day RM600/day RM600/day RM600/day Sen. Lecturer RM500/day RM500/day RM500/day RM500/day RM500/day Lecturer RM400/day RM400/day RM400/day RM400/day RM400/day RM100/day RM100/day Support StaffMilestone Period Months Year Activity Leader Researcher Researcher B Researcher C Researcher D Contract Staff (1) (1) Jun 2013 Apr - Jun 3 Activity 1 10 10 7 5 3 20 60 Jul - Sep 3 2013 Activity 2 10 10 8 5 3 20 60Dec 2013 Oct - Dec 3 Activity 3 10 10 8 5 3 30 60 Jun 2013 Jan - Jun 6 Activity 4 20 20 15 10 4 50 120 2014Dec 2014 Jul - Dec 6 Activity 5 20 20 15 10 4 50 120Mar 2015 Jan - Mar 3 2015 Activity 6 10 10 7 5 3 30 60 Man-days 80 80 60 40 20 200 480 24 Total Man-months 4 4 3 2 1 10 24 Based on one person If two persons, multiply by 2
    95. 95. + 24 months, Beginning Apr 2013 95 Staff Cost Estimate Prof. RM800/day RM800/day RM800/day RM800/day RM800/day Assoc. Prof. RM600/day RM600/day RM600/day RM600/day RM600/day Sen. Lecturer RM500/day RM500/day RM500/day RM500/day RM500/day Lecturer RM400/day RM400/day RM400/day RM400/day RM400/day RM100/day RM100/day Support Staff Milestone Period Months Year Activity Leader Researcher Researcher B Researcher C Researcher D Contract Staff (1) (1) Jun 2013 Apr - Jun 3 Activity 1 10 10 7 5 3 20 60 Jul - Sep 3 2013 Activity 2 10 10 8 5 3 20 60 Dec 2013 Oct - Dec 3 Activity 3 10 10 8 5 3 30 60 Jun 2013 Jan - Jun 6 Activity 4 20 20 15 10 4 50 120 2014 Dec 2014 Jul - Dec 6 Activity 5 20 20 15 10 4 50 120 Mar 2015 Jan - Mar 3 2015 Activity 6 10 10 7 5 3 30 60 Man-days 80 80 60 40 20 200 480 24 Total Man-months 4 4 3 2 1 10 24Research Approach
    96. 96. + 96 Staff Cost Estimation (Daily rate)
    97. 97. + 97 Staff Cost Estimation (Worksheet) Click “Edit” to put different Man-Days for different researchers
    98. 98. + 98 Erase and Corrections To erase To edit
    99. 99. + 99 Staff Cost Estimation Summary
    100. 100. + 100 Staff Cost Estimation (Example)
    101. 101. + 101 Full activities (Example)
    102. 102. + 102 Direct Expense  Travel and transportation (V 21000)  Overseas < RM30,000.00 (15% of project)  Rentals (V 24000)  Equipment, etc  Research materials and supplies (V 26000)  Minor modifications and repairs (V 28000)  Special services (V 29000)  Special equipment, accessories (V 35000)  Less than 40% of project costs  Requires justification (max RM100,000.00)
    103. 103. + 103 Other details …  Budget  Research materials and supply – no words from MOSTI  Research equipment – quite strict  Travelling – limited like always  Training on the software – please include the cost  Can put budget for patents (10k – 20k)  Modification & renovation for lab – extra piping etc
    104. 104. + 104 Direct Expense Form
    105. 105. + 105 Justifications (to purchase) Need to fill justifications for equipment
    106. 106. + 106 Summary - self-generated
    107. 107. + 107 Final Total – self-generated
    108. 108. + Submission 108
    109. 109. + 109 Check for Completion
    110. 110. + 110 Incomplete Form
    111. 111. + 111 Completed Forms
    112. 112. + 112 Printing
    113. 113. + 113 Complete Submission
    114. 114. + 114 … qui ne tente rien n’a rien …THANK YOUFor your attention BON COURAGE & BONNE CHANCE!

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