There will be a H2020 Health, Demographic + Well-being – Match and Info Day on Tuesday, 7th November at Cardiff City Hall.
If you would like to attend, please register for the event now as bookings close next week.
You can also sign up to the related brokerage events, but must be registered to attend the main event to do so.
The pre-publication draft of the SC1 2018-2020 Work Programme is already available, prior to final publication which is due at the end of October.
BU staff considering applying for this and other international funding calls, should contact Emily Cieciura, RKEO’s Research Facilitator for EU & International Funding for further information and support.
The above event is bring hosted by the Welsh Government, Innovate UK, the Enterprise Europe Network, and the Knowledge Transfer Network which is aimed at supporting collaboration in Wales, across the UK and in Europe.
They will be promoting funding opportunities available for health, demographic change and wellbeing through Horizon 2020, the EU’s largest research and innovation funding programme, with over 1 billion Euros earmarked for calls in 2018/2019.
Delegates can expect:
- pointers and tips on achieving success in Horizon 2020 valuable insights on topics around health, demographic change and wellbeing to be funded by the EU in 2018
- an overview of the support available locally and nationally to develop applications
brokerage sessions throughout the day
- brokerage sessions throughout the day
- consortium building and proposal development on specific calls
Registration is open, with places free but limited.
Emily Cieciura (RKEO’s Research Facilitator: EU & International) has provisionally booked to attend (confirmation of places will be given later, so do not book travel until then, if you register). If BU Staff are a unable to attend but would like to receive an update after this meeting, please contact Emily.
Societal Challenges, by their nature, require input from across the disciplines. Please read on, even if you think this is not applicable to your direct area of research.
Health, demographic change and wellbeing, (Horizon 2020, Societal Challenge 1) has a number of opportunities relevant to BU in 16/17:
Find out more about the Health, demographic change and wellbeing Societal Challenge.
Please also take a look at the 16/17 Work Programme for this Societal Challenge. You may find it easier to review the opportunites by scanning through a PDF, with links from the contents pages.
More information about Horizon 2020 is located on their dedicated website and on the Particpant Portal. The Societal Challenges form one of the three pillars, which make up this flagship EU scheme.
You can advertise for potential partners or promote your area of expertise to others leading bids using the EU CORDIS website.
Watch out for further blog posts outlining other EU and international opportunties in 16/17.
Take a look at the dedicated BU Research Blog page for Horizon 2020. If you are considering applying to any EU calls, please contact Emily Cieciura, RKEO’s Research Facilitator: EU & International, as soon as possible, so that we can support your bid.