UCL European Research and Innovation Office

Horizon 2020 Calls for Proposals

To view all of the available Horizon 2020 funding, please proceed to the European Union Research Participant Portal.

ERIO Events

Past Event: Preparing “Stage 1” collaborative Horizon 2020 proposals

  • Tuesday 9th September 2014 from 09:30 to 11:30
  • Medawar Building, Room G01

On 1st January 2014 the new seven-year EU research & innovation funding scheme “Horizon 2020” commenced.  Horizon 2020 has been allocated a €79 billion budget to fund thousands of projects across a broad range of disciplines. The application process for Horizon 2020 has also been simplified and streamlined compared with its predecessor FP7, and greater use will be made of a “two stage” application process, in which a short project outline is evaluated before work commences on a full-scale proposal.

UCL European Research and Innovation Office (ERIO) is holding a series of events to provide UCL’s research community with insights into the Horizon 2020 programme and tips on how to secure funding. After the success of two earlier events (including one focused upon “Marie Curie” mobility funds), ERIO held a workshop centred on “Stage 1” (outline) proposals in Horizon 2020, for collaborative calls utilising the “two-stage” application process.

We were pleased to welcome Richard Hudson and Maryline Fiaschi of Science|Business as keynote speakers at this workshop. Richard and Maryline provided insights and tips on how to address the crucial Impact and Dissemination components of Horizon 2020 proposals, based on Science|Business’s experience as an EU project partner specialising in this area.

Workshop Documents (UCL Password Required)

  1. Event Summary
  2. Presenter slides - Science|Business

ERIO Horizon 2020

Past Event: Marie Curie Info Workshop

  • Friday 1st August 2014 from 11:00 to 13:00
  • Chandler House, Room G10

In January 2014 the new EU research & innovation funding programme, Horizon 2020, commenced.  The application process for H2020 is somewhat simplified compared with its predecessor FP7, and there are many calls relevant to the research interests of UCL staff.

ERIO plans to hold a series of events to provide UCL’s research community with information on Horizon 2020, and after the success of the event dedicated to writing the “Impact” section of Horizon 2020 proposals, we are now holding an information workshop for UCL researchers on Friday 1st August to address the updated programme for research fellowships under Horizon 2020: Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.

We are very pleased to welcome Prof. Michael Blakemore (Chair of the Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities Marie Curie Evaluation Panel) as a keynote speaker at this event. We plan to adapt the programme to match the attendees' profiles and interests, and we therefore invite you to fill in this online registration form as accurately as possible to allow us to do this.

For further information regarding the workshop, please contact Pauline Chetail.

Workshop Documents (UCL Password Required)

  1. Event Programme
  2. Presenter slides - Michael Blakemore
  3. Impact and Knowledge Transfer Notes
  4. Guide to Part A of the Proposal Form

Past Event: Grant Impact Preparation

  • Thursday 5th June from 10:00 to 12:00
  • Chandler House, Room G10

Workshop Documents (UCL Password Required)

  1. Event Programme
  2. Horizon 2020 Guide for UCL PIs
  3. FAQ on 2014 Health Calls
  4. H2020 Self-evaluation Form
  5. H2020 Work Programme Breakdown of Health Calls
  6. Presenter document - McCarthy
  7. Presenter document - McCarthy (FP7 Evaluation)
  8. Presenter document - Ellis (Impact)