Join us and register today! The aim of this event is to inform all interested stakeholders in Switzerland about funding opportunities for the remaining year of Horizon 2020.
The aim of this event is to provide researchers in the fields of life sciences, digital Health and related areas of clinical research, an overview of funding opportunities for research projects.
In 2019/2020 the final Calls for proposals under the European framework programme Horizon 2020 will be published. Within the “Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing” scheme, more than 650 Million EUR of funding will be available. At this event, you will receive an overview of this funding scheme and research topics for the upcoming Calls. An experienced project winner will give a testimonial of their personal experience with preparing proposal and the evaluation process.
This event provides newcomers with a general overview of European programmes and supporting initiatives for Research, Development and Innovation (RDI). The aim of the event is to help participants decide if and which European RDI programmes or initiatives are suited to their needs and capacities. Participants will learn how to get competent advice if interested in submitting a proposal.
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
Where to submit in 2018 and 2019 in Health? This webinar will inform you about the funding opportunities in „Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing“ Societal Challenge 1 within Horizon 2020. Weiterlesen
Information about Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) and Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions (PPI)
The public sector in the EU, as elsewhere in the world, is faced with important challenges. These include modernising internal operations of public services to make them run more efficiently, as well as improving the external quality of public services to the citizens, e.g. improving high quality affordable health care to cope with an ageing population, improving energy efficiency, etc.