Save the date! On 12 July 2018, the European Commission is organising a webinar to present the 2019 funding opportunities of the health, demographic change and wellbeing societal challenge.
This half-day event (9:00-12:00) will only be webstreamed. The link will be published on this page a week before the event. The programme will be online in the coming days.
Questions – which can also be sent during the webinar – should concern the WP 2019 topics of Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 1 (Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing). They may be related to the text of specific topics or to other questions of practical relevance for applicants to these SC1 2019 call topics. Please send your questions preferably in advance at this address. Weiterlesen
European Commission launches the European AI Alliance steered by the High Level Group on AI.
You can now officially join the European AI Alliance – a forum engaged in a broad and open discussion of all aspects of Artificial Intelligence development and its impacts.
Why join the AI Alliance? Weiterlesen
Seit 1989 organisiert das CSF 20 bis 25 Konferenzen pro Jahr und, seit 2010, bis zu 10 „Winter Schools“ für Doktorierende (ETH Winter Schools@Monte Verità). Die Ausschreibung für CSF subventionierte Veranstaltungen wird jedes Jahr am Ende des Frühlings publiziert. Die Eingabefrist für die Anträge ist jeweils Mitte Januar des darauffolgenden Jahres. In der Regel dauern CSF-Veranstaltungen drei bis fünf Tage und haben 50 -110 internationale Teilnehmende.
Die Ausschreibung richtet sich an Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler, die an einer Schweizer Hochschule oder an einem Schweizer Forschungsinstitut tätig sind; internationale Zusammenarbeiten sind sehr willkommen.
Weitere Informationen zur Einreichung einer Kandidatur finden Sie hier:
Do you wish support in planning and writing your EU health Horizon proposal?
23-08-2018, 09:45–16:00 in Bern
The event addresses applicants of Health Horizon 2020 proposals. At the time of the event, participants should already be familiar with the proposal template and the topic text in the Health work programme to which they are planning to submit a proposal.You will receive targeted information and advice to support you in the roles of task or work package leader, coordinator or partner in a project and learn what you need to consider when planning the proposal. You will learn how to write the proposal in order to answer to all three evaluation criteria. You will have the opportunity to book a time slot and discuss your project proposal bilaterally in the afternoon.
Further information and agenda:
Registration is Open, Seats are Limited
30-08-2018, 08:45–12:15 in Bern
Industry 4.0 refers to the rapid, digitally enabled transformations in the design, production, operation and service of manufacturing systems and products, providing a highly integrated value chain. The European Commission is investing 1.7b € in Horizon 2020 for this digitisation of industry. Swiss entities, for-profit or academic, are fully eligible to participate and can get funded.
Join us to learn about the open opportunities.
Agenda and further information:
Deadline: 27 June 2018 at 12:00
The European Data Incubator (EDI) project calls SMEs and start-ups to submit cross-domain or domain specific proposals based on the EDI datasets. The participants are offered technical and business services to develop a minimum viable product.
The Horizon 2020 project European Data Incubator (EDI) calls for two tracks:
Cross-domain challenges: make use of data sets from at least two different domains
Domain challenges on finance, retail, energy, transport & logistics, media & internet
Full details on the call are available here.
The AIT programme aims to support scientists in transforming their high-level applied research into market application and discovering their entrepreneurial potential. By connecting scientists from top institutions in Switzerland and India, the program promotes an international network and enables access to one of the most promising markets and intellectual capitals in applied research.
Open to high-level and carefully selected researchers: Master, PhD, Postdocs and researchers of Swiss Universities, Universities of Applied Science and research institutes or centres of technological excellence with research track record working on a non-profit basis (cf. LERI Art. 15 for details) – seeking to explore the successful market application of their high-level applied research.