Preparing Stage 1 collaborative Horizon 2020 grants: workshop
3 September 2014
In January 2014 the new EU Research & Innovation funding scheme - Horizon2020 - commenced.
The application process for H2020 is greatly simplified compared with its predecessor FP7. There are many calls addressing the research interests of UCL staff.
UCL European Research and Innovation Office (ERIO) plans to hold a series of events to provide UCL's research community with information on the EU's new Research funding programme (Horizon 2020). After the success of two earlier events (including one on Marie Curie Actions), ERIO is organising a new workshop, focusing on Stage 1 proposals in Horizon 2020.
We are very happy to welcome Richard Hudson (CEO of Science|Business) as a keynote speaker and are convinced that he will provide you with great insights regarding the 'Impact' and 'Dissemination' sections of Horizon 2020 proposals.
We invite you to:
- register by filling in this online registration form, so that you can receive all the event's related information: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gMIMXd6eN1BwMqFY0RGW-uJ6leuyCDR3xfhhDgJ8sJY/viewform?usp=send_form
- follow the event webpage: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/research/europe/events
The workshop will take place in Room G01 of the Medawar building on Tuesday 9th September from 09:30 to 11:30. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps?locationID=12
For further information regarding the workshop, please contact Pauline Chetail (email@example.com).
We plan to hold further workshops in the near future, which will additionally cover other topics. Stay tuned for more information on ERIO's website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/research/europe
Pauline Chetail, European Projects Assistant, UCL European Research and Innovation Office