SAVE THE DATE for Horizon 2020 UK Information and Brokerage events Oct-Nov 2017 - 2018-2020 Work Programme Launch
Posted on 11/08/2017
Horizon 2020 is the EU’s largest research and innovation funding programme, with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020) and the biggest single opportunity for UK businesses to access European funding. The next round of funding calls (2018-2020) covering Excellent Science, Industrial Leadership and Societal Challenges, are coming up soon. Is your organisation interested in H2020? Then don’t miss attending these UK Information and Brokerage events!
Attendees can expect the following benefits:
- pointers and tips on achieving success in Horizon 2020
- valuable insights on topics to be funded by the EU in 2018
- an overview of the support available locally and nationally to develop applications
- brokerage sessions throughout the day
- consortium building and proposal development on specific call topics.
The series is brought to you by a variety of hosts, including the Knowledge Transfer Network, Innovate UK, H2020 National Contact Points, the Welsh Government, Ministry of Defence, UK Space Agency, Enterprise Europe Network and SusChem UK as well as other key supporters.
Series of confirmed events as per area of the H2020 work programme:
Societal Challenge 1 – Health, Demographic Change – 7th November, Cardiff (Registration now open, click here for more information)
Societal Challenge 2 – Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture – 31st October, London (Registration now open, click here for more information)
Societal Challenge 3 – Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy – 10th October, London
Societal Challenge 4 – Smart, Green and Integrated Transport – 31st October, Birmingham
Societal Challenge 5 – Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency – 21st / 22nd November, London
Societal Challenge 7 – Secure Societies – date & venue tbc
Information and Communication Technologies – 11th October, Coventry
Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing – 31st October, London
Space – 3rd October, London
All dates and venues as well as further registration opening will be confirmed shortly on this website as well as in our newsletters.
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