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Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe is the main Research and Innovation Funding Programme of the European Commission.

Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 is the previous Funding Programme. There are no longer calls, but projects can run until 2024.

Digital Europe

Digital Europe is a Funding Programme focused on bringing digital technology to businesses, citizens and administrations.

Other EU Funding

There are many other relevant EU funding programmes, managed by several agencies and directorates.

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Curious about the size of the impact of the Horizon Europe programme? Check out the numbers & figures.

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Statistics from Flanders

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 programmes. The latest edition (2023) can be found here and includes separate chapters on Horizon 2020 & Horizon Europe (Deel 5: Analyse van de Kaderprogramma’s Horizon 2020 en Horizon Europe) and on Digital Europe (Deel 6: Het Digital Europe Programma Vlaanderen).

The bi-annual Vlaams Indicatorenboek (Dutch) by the Interuniversity Centre for Research and Development Monitoring (ECOOM) provides numbers on Flemish participation in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe. The latest edition (2023) is available here & chapter 5 on the EU Framework Programmes of Research & Innovation can be consulted here.

Statistics from Europe

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 . Currently, there are no country profiles available yet for Horizon Europe.

 

Testimonial

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ERC grants awarded to professor Inez Germeys

Professor Inez Germeys leads the Center for Contextual Psychiatry at KU Leuven, which is a large multi-disciplinary research group focusing on the interaction between the person and the environment in the development of psychopathology. She has received a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator grant (INTERACT) and Proof of Concept grant (IMPACT). With these grants professor Germeys and her team researched a new mobile self-management therapy for patients with a psychotic disorder. The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Daily Life (ACT-DL) was further developed for the clinical environment. In line with that the Horizon 2020 IMMERSE project aims to thoroughly evaluate strategies, processes, and outcomes of implementing a digital mobile mental health solution.