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Join us on 5 October in Brussels and learn about upcoming Horizon 2020 funding opportunities for projects focusing on a smart energy system and smart cities concepts.
It's the last call to register for the info day – the number of seats is limited. Max. two people from one organisation can be accepted. The registration will close soon.
The info day will cover the following H2020 calls for funding:
1. Smart citizen-centred energy system (budget: €130 m in 2019)
2. Smart Cities and Communities (budget: €83 m in 2019)
It will also give an overview on the application and evaluation process, and will offer a recap on lessons learnt from previous evaluations, incl. tips for writing a good proposal. Two funded projects will share their experience.
Participants who won't be able to attend the info day in person will have an opportunity to follow the info day via a live web stream. The link will be published before the event.
The European Commission's Directorate-General for Research and Innovation in partnership with the Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy is organising an interactive workshop on research and innovation (R&I) in widening countries and regions. The aim is to gain insights into national experiences in order to help improve R&I performance throughout the EU.
What key national measures beyond EU intervention can build strong national R&I ecosystems?
How to improve research management and the responsiveness of governments to newly emerging scientific and social issues?
How to enhance synergies between funding sources and policies at different levels to ensure a coherent support of the entire R&I spectrum across the EU?
Register by 28 September for this interactive workshop and contribute to the debate.
Registration (click on the "Add session" button at the end of the page)
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