ICT Proposers‘ Day 2017

ICT Proposers‘ Day 2017 will take place on 9 and 10 November in Budapest, Hungary. This networking event centres on European ICT Research & Innovation with a special focus on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-20.

The ICT Proposers’ Day, organised by the European Commission is the largest pan-european information and networking event in Europe. The 2017 edition will focus on the ICT (and ICT-related) work programme 2018-20. This is THE opportunity to get first-hand information on the topics and network with about 3’000 participants. Don’t miss the opportunity.

Please register early, because the number of participants is limited.

Further information and registration:

Horizon 2020 Information Event on Information & Communications Technology (ICT) and Future & Emerging Technologies (FET)

29-06-2017, 12:00 in Basel

Latest news about the forthcoming Work Programme; Experiences and Tips from successful applicants.

This event will inform you about the upcoming Horizon 2020 opportunities for the next three years (2018-2020) in the areas of Information & Communications Technology (ICT), and Future & Emerging Technologies (FET).

Further information:

Information and Communication Technologies Applicants‘ Training

9 February 2017 in Bern

Get tips for proposal writing, learn from a successful coordinator and listen to an evaluator’s experience.

You will get tips & tricks for proposal writing, learn from a successful and experienced coordinator, and get the view from a proposal reviewer. The afternoon will be dedicated to a practical hands-on session on ICT topics with deadlines in 2017.

The training is designed for persons preparing a submission for an ICT topic in 2017.

Find the programme and registration here.

System Learning and Visual Analytics – New CHIST-ERA Calls

SNF englischThe CHIST-ERA 2016 call will address the ICT topics „Lifelong Learning for Intelligent Systems“ and „Visual Analytics for Decision Making under Uncertainty“. Swiss entities are eligible for participation and funding in this programme. The submission deadline is 17 January 2017, 17:00. Weiterlesen

ICT for Creative Industries and Cultural Heritage: Horizon 2020 Information and Networking Day

European CommissionInformation Day and Networking Session on Creative Industries and Cultural Heritage are organised by the European Commission on 17 and 18 November 2016 in Luxembourg. The event addresses potential applicants to the Horizon 2020 topics ICT-20-2017: „Tools for smart digital content in the creative industries“ and CULT-COOP-09-2017: „European cultural heritage, access and analysis for a richer interpretation of the past“. Weiterlesen

Preparatory Workshop ICT Proposers’ Day 2016

Euresearch 15 years23 August 2016, 13:30–17:00 in Bern
This workshop is directed to participants of the ICT Proposers’ Day 2016 (26-27 September 2016, Bratislava) who wish to obtain extra information and training to make the most of their participation in this event. Weiterlesen

Information Event on Gamification, Learning and Skills (ICT-22, ICT-24)

European Commission18 January 2016, 08:00–17:00 in Brussels

This EC Information Event focuses on the Horizon 2020 ICT topics ICT-24-2016 Gaming and Gamification and ICT-22-2016 Technologies for Learning and Skills. Weiterlesen

The Hasler Foundation Launches a Competition

Hasler StiftungThe Hasler Foundation is inviting interested parties in Switzerland to design a grand challenge in the area where the foundation has its mission, namely information and communications technology. They are not asking parties to provide the solutions yet, just the challenge. If a party’s grand challenge is selected, they can still participate.
The grand challenge must be simply posed, inspirational, and easily demonstrable to a wide variety of audiences. It should have a well defined measurable and verifiable goal. Weiterlesen

Main Horizon 2020 ICT Call published

Euresearch 300x100€561 million for ICT topics launched by the European Commission

The principle H2020 ICT 2015 call has been published with a budget of €561 million. The 15 topics cover numerous European challenges such as, but not limited to, components & systems, advanced computing, Future Internet, content technology and information management, robotics, micro- and nano-electronic technologies and photonics. Weiterlesen