Regionalprojekte „Kulturelle Identität und Mobilität“ – Ausschreibungen und Workshop

Antragsfrist: 24.05.2019

Im Zentrum der Ausschreibung steht die Frage, welche Wirkungen, Herausforderungen und Potentiale in einer immer mobileren Gesellschaft für die Themenbereiche Wirtschaft & Arbeiten, Bildung, Raum, Kultur, Partizipation, Zivilgesellschaft, Migration und Integration liegen und welche Wechselwirkungen sich daraus mit kulturellen Identitäten ergeben. Gleichzeitig sollen mit dieser Ausschreibung Projekte gefördert werden, die innovative Formate der Einbindung von Praxispartnern in den Forschungsprozess entwickeln und anwenden.

Am 18. Januar findet zudem ein Workshop zur Ausschreibung für unsere Initialprojekte zur Förderung von internationalen Forschungsnetzwerke  an der PH Thurgau statt. Wir freuen uns über die Anmeldung von Kurzentschlossenen auf unserer Website bis zum kommenden Donnerstag.

Weitere Informationen zur Ausschreibung finden Sie hier…


Die PHZH-Methodenschulung umschreibt eine Woche, in der verschieden kombinierbare Workshops stattfinden, die sich inhaltlich an der Vermittlung von Kompetenzen von unterschiedlichen interdisziplinären Forschungsmethoden ausrichten.

Die Workshops wenden sich in erster Linie an Nachwuchswissenschaftler und Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen (Doktorierende), Wissenschaftler und Wissenschaftlerinnen und Mitarbeitende von Forschungsinstituten.

Inhaltlich durchgeführt werden die Workshops von internen und externen Forschenden, die in ihrem jeweiligen Gebiet über ein breites Expertenwissen verfügen. Die Workshops werden zu einem grossen Teil als Forschungskolloquium durchgeführt, d.h. die Teilnehmenden können eigenes Material innerhalb des Workshops vorstellen und diskutieren.

Weitere Informationen und die nächsten Methodenschulungen:

Workshop on Civil Security Research in Horizon Europe

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”.

Further Information:

Finance in Horizon 2020

14–15-06-2018, 09:00–16:00 in Bern
Horizon 2020 – the EU’s research and innovation funding programme – provides grants to universities, companies, research organisations and other bodies. This two-day workshop will explain the funding rules for the programme, from budgets to eligible costs and from cash flow to audits.

Art Driven Innovation in Horizon 2020: Workshop on STARTS – The Arts stimulating innovation

19-12-2017, 13:45–17:30 in Bern

With the STARTS initiative the European Commission aims at removing the boundaries between art and engineering to stimulate creativity and innovation. The Horizon 2020 topic ICT-32-2018: STARTS – The Arts stimulating innovation contributes to this overall goal.


Workshop on Innovation Procurement in Health

Would you like to understand more about Innovation Procurement? On 7 December 2017 the European Commission organises a workshop on Innovation Procurement in health, taking place in Brussels.

Talks will include specific information on Innovation Procurement topics in the upcoming „Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing“ 2018-2020 work programme including pre-commercial procurement and public procurement of innovative solutions instruments. The afternoon is dedicated to a networking and brokerage session for stakeholders.

More Information and Registration 

Workshop About European Science Projects in Laboratory Fields

28-09-2017, 09:00–17:00 in Bern

The purpose of the event is to show the Swiss companies, what the European research area is doing in the area of laboratory fields of technology and how Swiss companies can participate in these research programmes. The event is in collaboration with Mr. Patrick Courtney, Euresearch and Toolpoint.

Invitation and programme on the Toolpoint web page.

Registration per email to until 20 September 2017.

Horizon 2020 Workshop for Coordinators in Societal Challenge 6

On 26 October 2017 a one-day consortium building workshop around selected topics of the upcoming Work Programme Societal Challenge 6 (Inclusive Societies) will be held in Brussels.

The objective of this hands-on event is to prepare ground for consortia building: to give opportunity to future proposers to discuss concrete cooperation possibilities, to present their expertise and learn from each other. Experienced R&I officers will help participants to steer the group discussions.

The event is organized by RTD liaison offices from EU member states and Horizon 2020 associated countries. Registration is compulsory.

Please note that this event is directed specifically towards potential coordinators of Societal Challenge 6 projects and that the number of participants is limited.

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Microfluidics Matchmaking Event Basel

12-09-2017, 09:00–17:00 in Basel innovation networks and its partners join forces to organise the Basel Microfluidics Workshop 2017 on 11 September 2017. This one-day workshop will provide critical technological insights and the latest updates on the global microfluidics industry. On the subsequent day, 12 September 2017, a matchmaking event dedicated to microfluidics in cooperation with the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) will take place. The pre-arranged face-to-face meetings offer the opportunity to meet potential partners, to learn about new developments in microfluidics and to initiate future business, technology and R&D cooperation.

Participants from the Netherlands, France and Germany are expected.

More Information and Registration

Horizon 2020 – Impact Workshop Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing (NMBP)

23-08-2017, 13:00–15:30 in St. Gallen

Are you planning to submit a proposal for the next Horizon 2020 call „Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing“ (NMBP)? We are organising a workshop to help you develop an appropriate response to the „Expected Impact“ section for your proposal.


  • Cornelia Spycher, PhD, National Contact Point (NCP) for Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing (NMBP)
  • Stefan Fischer, PhD, National Contact Point (NCP) for ICT, Energy and Euratom.

Agenda and Registration