After two successul editions, the 2018 EU Raw Materials Week will take place from 12-16 November in Brussels. The series of events cover a whole range of topics related to raw materials and feature the annual high-level conference of the influencial European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials with a focus on raw materials for a low-carbon and circular economy.
Participation is free of charge, but registration mandatory. Places are restricted.
The Security Research Event (SRE) consists of a high-level conference and an exhibition, featuring around 50 European R&I projects showcasing their results.
SRE 2018 will host a wide range of security stakeholders such as researchers, industry representatives, public security providers and practitioners as well as a wide number of policymakers from across Europe.
The event on Nanotechnology, Advanced Materials, Manufacturing & Processing (NMBP) will take place on 20 November 2018 in Birmingham, UK. It will particularly adress topics from the NMBP Work Programme.
A Proposal Check Event for Societal Challenge 6 coordinators takes place in Warschau on 9 November 2018, one day after the dedicated Brokerage Event.
The aim of this event is to increase the chances for funding and to transfer useful knowledge to project proposers. Applicants will have the unique opportunity to discuss their proposals with experienced Horizon 2020 evaluators and gain feedback on work already done.
The submission of applications will be open until 12 October 2018.
During the “Smart City Expo World Congress”, the project ETNA 2020 and Enterprise Europe Network are organising a networking and brokerage event, focusing on the topics covered by the Transport Work Programme 2019.
ESFRI supports a coherent and strategy-led approach to the better use and development of research infrastructures in Europe.
The updated roadmap identifies 8 projects that have reached the operational phase, or are well advanced in their construction, and deserved the ESFRI Landmark status, as well as 6 new projects entering the roadmap. In addition, for the first time two High Strategic Potential Areas have been identified in the field of Social and Cultural Innovation: Religious Studies and Digital Services for Open Science.
Learn how to write a competitive Innovative Training Network (ITN) proposal.
The aim of this event is to train researchers, research managers and research support services in writing competitive ITN proposals. The training will tackle the success criteria for ITN proposals and the common challenges in ITN proposal writing.
This event offers the opportunity to get involved in shaping civil security research in the upcoming Framework Programme Horizon Europe. It takes place in Brussels on 6 and 7 November 2018.
The workshop discusses issues such as the mission approach of Horizon Europe, the relation between civil security research and defence, as well as the dissemination and commercialisation of R&I results.
The target audience includes stakeholders from universities, the industry, and public or private operators. Participants will have the possibility to get in touch with security stakeholders and representatives of the European Commission. They may also take part in the „market place of ideas and and leading figures”.
Are you interested in setting up a research training network? The Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN) support joint research training and/or doctoral programme implemented by European partnerships providing early stage researchers (PhD students) with training and experience inside and outside academia.