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Horizon 2020 Information seminar "General info for applying to Horizon 2020 (basic course)"

Date: 11.11.2016

Meeting Room, EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation (4F, 1-27-6, Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0072 Japan)

Free of Charge (pre-registration required)

Registration is closed.

Tokyo, Japan

Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly 80 billion Euro of funding available over seven years (2014-2020) and open to participation from all over the world, including Japan. At the occasion of the start of the 2017 calls in the Horizon 2020 work programme 2016-2017, we are organizing a seminar to provide basic information about Horizon 2020 such as preparation necessary for participation, administrative procedures, Intellectual Property Rights, partner search etc. for those who are in charge of global cooperation in universities, research organizations and companies. We also introduce the forthcoming 2017 calls in which Japanese participation is encouraged and partner search tools such as EEN (Enterprise Europe Network).

This seminar is suitable for persons who want to receive comprehensive information on Horizon 2020 and to learn basic steps involved in applying to European framework research and innovation programmes. Please note that this information session is focused on participation to general research projects within Horizon 2020, with a focus on top-down calls in Industrial Leadership and Societal Challenges, and is therefore different from mobility activities in Horizon 2020 such as the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) that include Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). This was covered during the previous event on 16 September.

The presentations of this event are only available in Japanese, please download from the Japanese event page.

Organised by: 

Horizon 2020 NCP Japan

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