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Flemish stories and examples

European project resources

  • The Horizon results platform has a focus on the results of funded projects.
  • The Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS) has a projects and results database which can be browsed on all funded projects from the first framework programme until today. Furthermore it offers results packs which report on the results of projects.
  • All funded Horizon projects have websites at least for the duration of the projects, on which many information is given on the projects work packages, tasks and outcomes
  • Several Horizon Europe and programme pages on the NCP Flanders website link to programme specific project databases (related links)
  • A database of success stories of Framework Programme 7 and Horizon 2020 can be browsed

The numbers

  • Horizon Dashboard provides data on proposals, projects and participants. There are several tutorials available on the EU Science and Innovation You Tube channel which explain how to make the best use of it
  • Horizon 2020 country profiles provide country level numbers on participation in Horizon 2020
  • Several editions of the Speurgids Ondernemen en Innoveren (Dutch) from EWI (Department of Economy, Science and Innovation) offer statistics on Flemish participation in the European framework programmes
  • The bi-annual Vlaams Indicatorenboek (Dutch) by the Interuniversity Centre for Research and Development Monitoring (ECOOM) provides numbers on Flemish participation in Horizon 2020 (chapter 5 the international dimension)
 

Testimonial

image of Autoship - a new and durable way of freight transport

Autoship - a new and durable way of freight transport

Autoship is, as the name suggests, an acronym for autonomous ship. Just like with self-driving cars, the possibilities of an unmanned boat seem endless. It can create more efficient freight transport, around the clock deliveries and these are just a few of the examples. The project has two societal challenges.

At first, De Vlaamse Waterweg was a bit hesitant as their experience with FP7 or Horizon 2020 projects was limited and they had not been very successful up until then. The fact that they were already doing basic research on the topic of autonomous boats, and the administrative help of NCP FLanders helped De Vlaamse waterweg to cross the line and get involved.

 

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