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Overview of COST Info Sessions in 2021

Published on | 8 months ago

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The next collection date for the COST Open Call OC-2021-1 is set on 29 October 2021 at 12:00 noon (CET).

In the context of this Open Call, please find below an overview of some COST Info Sessions in the near future that might be of your interest:


  • COST Online Info Day - 23 February 2021 (9h30-11h00)

This open online info day is organized by COST and will be livestreamed via COST's YouTube channel and zoom.

Fore more information on this event and agenda click here.


  • COST Open Call evaluation – getting involved as a COST Expert – 25 February 2021 (10h00-11h00)

This joint webinar is organized by the Estonian Liaison Office for EU RTD (ELO) and Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office LINO in collaboration with COST and will present the opportunities provided by COST with specific focus on the evaluation procedures and opportunities to contribute as evaluators.

For more information on the agenda and registration click here.


  • Save-the-date: Belgian COST Info Session for Proposers – 4 May 2021 (10h00-12h00)

The Belgian COST Contact Points will organize a COST Info Session for Proposers in order to support researchers/actors that are preparing a COST proposal as the Main Proposer for the next COST Open Call OC-2021-1.

More information will be available soon.


You can also check the NCP Flanders events page for more details on these COST events.


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