Don’t miss out – some places are still available at this event:
On Wednesday, 18th October 2017, the National Contact Points for two of the Horizon 2020 Societal Challenges will be visiting BU.
With the pre-publication release of the draft Horizon 2020 2018-2020 Work Programmes for Transport and that for Food Security hotly anticipated, if you are considering applying to these funding calls, there has never been a better moment to spend time with the UK’s National Contact Points for these calls.
Topics will include:
- Mobility for Growth
- Autonomous Road Transport
- Green Vehicles
- Sustainable Food Security
- Rural Renaissance
- Blue Growth
UPDATE: The day also now includes research show-case presentations of relevant local research
Arrival will be 10:00 for 10:15 and the event is scheduled to close at 16:15. The venue will be at the Lansdowne Campus, Bournemouth, with the room location confirmed after booking.
The day is open to all within both the academic and non-academic sectors, with an interest in applying for calls forthcoming in Horizon 2020, with a particular emphasis on those from the South East and South West.
To book your place – BU staff and external attendees should contact Dianne Goodman via our RKEDF email account. To ensure a balanced audience, registrations will be assessed and places confirmed by 11th October 2017.
About the National Contact Points:
Ian Holmes is the National Contact Point for Societal Challenge 2: Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry, Marine, Maritime and Inland Water Research and the Bioeconomy
Louise Mothersole is the Horizon 2020 UK National Contact Point for Societal Challenge 4: Smart, Green and Integrated Transport
Helen Fairbairn is the National Contact Point for Societal Challenge 3: Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy (N.B. Helen is unable to attend this event but is providing materials for attendees and is happy to be contacted by attendees wishing to apply for SC3 calls).
National Contact Points (NCPs) provide impartial advice regarding EU Funding within their specialist area of Horizon 2020. The advice is free and confidential and tailored to your needs. This is an excellent service for drawing on the experience and knowledge of someone who deals exclusively with a particular scheme or work programme. If you are interested in testing out project ideas, checking scheme eligibility, discussing the direction of travel of a particular funding stream or just asking some questions on the practicalities of applications they are a great source of help. You can find all of them listed here along with their contact details.