Horizon 2020 info

The Horizon 2020 work programmes are prepared by the European Commission within the framework provided by the Horizon 2020 legislation and through a strategic programming process integrating EU policy objectives in the priority setting.

The current main Horizon 2020 work programme comprises an introduction, 17 thematic sections and the general annexes describing general rules such as standard admissibility conditions and eligibility criteria, selection and award criteria, focus areas, etc.

Of each Horizon 2020 programme a Work programme is edited containing the background and specific calls, cfr. Funding by Horizon 2020 programme.

Application to a Horizon 2020 call implies following 4 steps - explained in detail on the funding and tender portal:

  • find a suitable call for proposal
  • find project partners or apply as an individual
  • create an account on the portal
  • register your organisation

The different practical details of each step are explained in the online Horizon 2020 manual.

Administrative, legal and financial issues are elaborated in Legal and Financial issues.

Horizon 2020 is part of the bigger picture of the European landscape for research and innovation, which also embraces  public-public partnerships (as JPI's), European Innovation Platforms, European Technology Platforms. An overview can be found back in the documents.  

 

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NCP Flanders - overview topics H2020 Workprogramme 18-20 (16.09.2019 Update!)

Excel tool listing all topics within the 2018-2020 workprogrammes of Horizon 2020. This is a new version: all data are downloaded from the Funding & Tenders portal's API-JSON files. As a user you can update these data at any time, make your own selections, use free text search etc... A manual can be consulted by clicking the first icon in the file's quick access toolbar... New in this update: a few bugs solved, extra comments in column 4 indicate info on typical budgets and TRL-info (if available)

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DG RTD New Organigram

From article in Science Business of 30.04.2019: https://sciencebusiness.net/news/new-look-eu-research-department-aims-overcome-bureaucratic-silos

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Successful participation of stakeholders in Flanders in Horizon 2020

This overview is a first in a series of periodic overviews of successful Flemish participants in Horizon 2020 projects. A summary can be found on page one. A more detailed overview of these projects and participants can be found from page 2 onwards.

Online consultation on Horizon Europe institutionalised partnerships launched

The public consultations on the 12 proposed institutionalised partnerships under Horizon Europe have been launched. The 12 consultations will close on the 6th of November 2019.

Research under ‘Innovation and Youth' EC portfolio

The list with the allocation of supporting services can be found here

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European Research and Innovation Days 2019

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EARTO Policy Event

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