By informing and spreading awareness, we ensure that the different funding programmes become known and readily accessible to all potential applicants, irrespective of sector or discipline.
All you need to know to get started with Horizon Europe, Digital Europe or EDF. You'll find an introduction to the programmes, and details on who can participate.
NCP Flanders helps you navigate the many funding opportunities in Horizon Europe & Digital Europe
A step by step guidance on how to get started with your funding application
We ensure that you have all the necessary information and knowledge to participate in the Horizon Europe programme.
Many calls require cooperation between different partners to develop and implement a Horizon or Digital Europe project. Discover the tools & organisations that can help you to find the right partners.
We guide stakeholders located in Flanders during the whole process of planning and application to a call topic. Any Flanders-based organisation can request advice from the NCP advisors free of charge.
NCP Flanders guides and supports you with all legal and financial issues during the complete life cycle of Horizon Europe and Digital Europe
You also might need support after your European grant has been awarded. For example with project and financial reporting, contract amendments and other legal and financial issues.
Sometimes an example says more than a thousand explanations. Especially to reveal the diversity of the Horizon Europe programme.
Not sure about the scope of a project, or what kind of results to expect? Have a look at the richt variety of projects that have been funded in the past.
Are you more interested in the impact of the projects on the applicants? Check out the success stories.
Curious about the size of the impact of the Horizon Europe programme? Check out the numbers & figures.
European funding is a complex matter. We help you to understand the policy context of the Horizon Europe programme.
The ROOT project obtained funding under Horizon 2020 topic ‘EGNSS applications fostering societal resilience and protecting the environment’. The project, which ran from November 2020 to July 2022, aimed to demonstrate the benefit of Galileo OSNMA signal to increase the robustness of critical telecom infrastructures.
The Flanders-based company Septentrio contributed substantially to completing this objective together with the other ROOT partners. The results of the project partially close a gap in the security of telecommunication networks dependent on satellite-derived time, with indirect benefits in curbing illegal attempts to disrupt network services.