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A total of 1066 proposals were submitted in response to the MSCA Doctoral Networks 2023 call with proposal submission deadline on 28 November 2023. The number of proposals for each topic is shown below: - Doctoral Networks (standard DN): 920 proposals (86.3% of total) - Industrial Doctorates (DN-ID): 64 proposals (6.0% of total) - Joint Doctorates (DN-JD): 82 proposals (7.7% of total) Source: Funding and Tender Portal More information on the number of coordinators per country that submitted a proposal and an indicative timeline of the evaluation process can be found in the European Commission MSCA news article
Various new Q&A's have been compiled and released as an additional document for various calls in the EU-RAIL JU Call Proposals (HORIZON-JU-ER-2023-01) on 27 November, 2023. These documents are retrievable in the Conditions & Documents section, 'Additional Documents' for every relevant call topic ID. FUTURE METRO SYSTEMS - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-EXPLR-02 EXTENDING THE RAIL NETWORK OF PHDS - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-EXPLR-05 NOISE AND VIBRATIONS - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-EXPLR-01 DISRUPTIVE ASSETS MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS, INCLUDING URBAN USE CASES - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-EXPLR-04 EU-RAIL – SESAR SYNERGY: INTEGRATED AIR AND RAIL NETWORK BACKBONE FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT SYSTEM - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-FA1-SESAR DAC FLEET RETROFITTING AND RETROFIT CAPACITY PLAN - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-EXPLR-06 BIODIVERSITY - HORIZON-ER-JU-2023-EXPLR-03 Source: Funding & Tenders Portal
CERIS' annual event on Disaster Resilient Societies (DRS) will take place in Brussels on 4-7 December 2023. The draft agenda is attached to this message. You can register and find more information on the official website. Social dinners are foreseen on the 5th and 6th December. The registration is open until the 28th November. Please note that the attendance in person will be limited to a maximum of 120 participants. Registration for attending on-line will be open until the start of the event on December 4th. The conference takes place on 4 different days, with a variety of sessions taking place. You can find the official agenda with all sessions and timings here. The panel sessions that take place are: Monday 4/12 Involving citizens in CBRN research and capacity-building initiatives Detection and monitoring of CBRN threats From research to innovation - the ENCIRCLE experience Tuesday 5/12 From knowledge of multi-hazard risks and vulnerabilities to responses - risk awareness, early warning and education Connecting multi-hazard and compounding risk initiatives at EU level Involving citizens in research projects Towards an all-society approach to disaster resilience: from research to policy recommendations Anticipating tomorrow's crises and adapting response means Wednesday 6/12 Consolidating past projects to promote innovation and knowledge exchanges for disaster risk management Research gaps in technology developments Tools and technologies for monitoring, surveillance and rescue Technology validation in research projects Medical first responders perspectives Thursday 7/12 Linking technical solutions to standards Interoperability training and full-scale exercises Issuing recommendations to policy-makers (roundtable) Commission's Science & Planning activities in DRM (videoconference)
This information and brokerage session will inform participants about the Horizon Europe 2024 calls on world leading data and computing technologies and digital and emerging technologies for competitiveness and that are aligned with the Green Deal objectives. Introduction to Horizon Europe Calls will be given by Rolf Riemenschneider - Head of Sector IoT and Luis C. Busquets Pérez - Programme Officer, DG Connect, European Commission. The main motivation is to brainstorm ideas and proposals regarding the open Calls of Horizon Europe, to network with potential project partners, as well as to build successful partnerships with academics, researchers, industrial stakeholders, and SMEs. Closing date for pitch registration is 20 November 2023. You may also upload your profile. If you wish to participate in person, make sure you register as soon as possible, as venue capacity is limited. For more information on the event please visit the event website. Registration (by 1 December at the latest) is possible via the registration link on this website.
CARE4BIO organises the online training “HOW APPLY THE MULTI ACTOR APPROACH IN CLUSTER 6 PROPOSALS”. The training is free of charge and open to all the potential Cluster 6 applicants interested in exploring the Multi – Actor approach concept and understanding how to include it in the Horizon Europe proposals. Info and registration: here The training will explore in depth the definition of the multi-actor approach concept and how it aims to make the R&I process and its outcomes more reliable, demand-driven, shared and relevant to society. The MAA purpose is to strengthen the process of 'co creation' in the development of a project proposal and to allow practitioners and (end) users to be involved using their practical and local knowledge to develop solutions and create ’co-ownership‘ of results for (end-) users and practitioners. It also aims to have these outcomes shared more extensively. During the two hours training, officers from European Commission will help us in better understanding the MAA concept, experiences will be shared and analyzed as good practice to understand how to build a good Horizon Multi Actor Approach.
EURHISFIRM designs a world-class research infrastructure (RI) to connect, collect, collate, align, and share detailed, reliable, and standardized long-term financial, governance, and geographical data on European companies. EURHISFIRM enables researchers, policymakers, and other stakeholders to develop and evaluate effective strategies to promote investment, economic growth and job creation. The RI provides the tools for long-term analysis highlighting the dynamics of the past and the way those dynamics structure our present and future.
The EURHISFIRM European project received € 3.4 million in financing from the European Commission through the H2020-INFRADEV-2017-1 research infrastructures call. The project started with a consortium of eleven research organisations (including University of Antwerp) from seven European countries.