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European Programme Horizon 2020

The call for proposals ENG-GLOBALLY-09-2016 “Centres/Networks of European research and innovation” has been published by the European Commission in the framework of the Horizon2020 Programme.  

The aim of the current ENG-GLOBALLY-09-2016 “Centres/Networks of European research and innovation” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Horizon2020 Programme, is to create a network of centres in the world's most dynamic and innovative countries and regions that will connect and support European researchers and entrepreneurs globally, in order to strengthen the position of Europe as a world leader in science, technology and innovation.

The objective of the current ENG-GLOBALLY-09-2016 “Centres/Networks of European research and innovation” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Horizon 2020 Programme, is to establish new centres, or networks of centres, building where possible on existing European science, technology and innovation structures located in international partner countries and regions in order to ensure economies of scale while avoiding unnecessary duplication. These centres/networks will engage in activities such as:    - networking services including partnering events, workshops, boot camps, venture capital pitching events, best practice exchange, visits and tours etc.;

- advice and support to European academic as well as industrial/private sector actors on how to internationalize by engaging in research and innovation in the international partner country/region; this may be based on studies, analysis and monitoring work, including on local conditions in the country/region, e.g. on local innovation and market framework conditions, on links between business needs, the labour market and training/education etc.;

- advocacy towards international partner countries/regions in favor of open and responsible research and innovation;

- providing work space, infrastructure and secondment opportunities to private and public European organisations that want to be represented in the partner country in an economic way while enjoying the synergies of co-location with other representatives of European organisations;

- design and piloting of public/private funding mechanisms aiming at increasing alternative methods of finance of the Centres/Networks based on a demand driven set of services;

- promotion, awareness raising and training activities, e.g. on European science, technology and innovation strengths and actors, on cooperation opportunities, on the international dimension of Horizon 2020, on opportunities offered by national programmes etc.

 

The expected impact of the current ENG-GLOBALLY-09-2016 “Centres/Networks of European research and innovation” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Horizon2020 Programme, is represented by the following results:

- reinforced cooperation between European research and innovation organisations and researchers and those of the Union's international partners;

- higher visibility and prestige for European research and innovation and its actors in international partner countries/regions;

- stronger presence of European organisations in the science and innovation environment of the partner country/region;

- improvements in the framework conditions for international cooperation in research and innovation;

- enhanced impact of results from research and innovation projects, including those under Horizon 2020, through increased access to excellence and to markets across the world.

 

The budget earmarked for the co-financing of proposals is estimated at EUR 3 000 000 maximum for a duration of 3-4 years. A maximum of one proposal will be supported per international partner country or region.

 

The deadline for submitting proposals in the framework of the current  ENG-GLOBALLY-09-2016 “Centres/Networks of European research and innovation” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Horizon2020 Programme, is 14 April 2016.  

 

Further information on the current call for proposals is available on the Horizon2020’ web site at: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/topics/2310-eng-globally-09-2016.html

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