Application for travel and accommodation support for UK-based SMEs to attend the Clean Sky 2 Info Day
Are you looking for collaboration opportunities? Do you want to find partners for your H2020 project for the forthcoming 11th Call for Proposals to be launched by the Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking (JU) on or soon after the 14th of January?
Apply now for up to £500 towards travel and accommodation costs to attend the Clean Sky 2 Info Day in Toulouse, France. To be eligible for support, you need to be a for-profit UK-based R&D performing SME according to the EU definition (see definition here).
To apply for travel support:
Use the green “Register” button on the Eventbrite page to access the application form.
Select ticket type.
Complete the application form.
Note that this is a competitive process. Your application will be assessed, and only a limited number of companies will receive support. Deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 20 January 2020.
Further information is below – please read carefully before applying.
Innovate UK and the Knowledge Transfer Network are offering UK-based R&D performing SMEs the opportunity to receive a contribution of up to £500 towards travel and accommodation costs to attend the Clean Sky 2 Info Day in Toulouse, France.
Please note that applying for travel support does not guarantee you a place at this event. You need to register separately for the event as soon as possible using the links below. Do not wait for the decision on the travel award – spaces at the event are limited!
Clean Sky 2 Info Day, Toulouse, 03 February 2020: register here.
If successful in your application for travel and accommodation costs, you will receive support prior to the event to help you get the maximum benefit from attending. Please note, successful applicants will need to adhere to KTN’s policy for reasonable travel expenses; a copy will be provided to successful applicants.
About the Info Day
The Info Day is for potential applicants who may submit a proposal to the 11th Call for Proposals to be launched by the Clean Sky 2 JU on or soon after the 14th of January and will include the opportunity for networking to help participants identify collaboration opportunities and find suitable partners. It is important that you are familiar with the participation rules for this call. More information on the Clean Sky 2 Info Day is available here.
The 11th Call for Proposals [CfP11] is expected to be launched on or soon after 14th January 2020. The preliminary list of topics and topic descriptions are currently available via the JU website: click here for a PDF.
Important Note: The final version of this Call [e.g. final list of topics and topic descriptions, call background documents] will be made available via the Funding & Tender Opportunities Portal (previously called “Participant Portal of the European Commission”) on the call launch date. Only this final version is considered for submitting applications and Questions & Answers.