Dans Général, Innovation

This webinar, hosted jointly with NCP Brussels and Entreprise Europe Network, takes a look at H2020 funding opportunities in the pipeline for 2020 and the shape of Horizon Europe for nanotechnology and advanced materials. Join us to find out how your organisation can benefit and who can help you.

The webinar is free of charge and all registered participants will receive presented slides following the event. It will also be recorded and published for catch up.

Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 11:00 to 12:30

Registration below.

Agenda:

1100-1110: Welcome & Introduction – Claire Skentelbery, Director General NIA

Overview of opportunities for 2020:

1110: H2020 – NMBP Framework Programme – Virginia Gómez Oñate, NCP & EEN Brussels

1120: EDIDP and EDF – where to look – Virginia Gómez Oñate, NCP & EEN Brussels

1125: EIC Accelerator – the new format. Elena Angiolini, SMEs Access to Finance

1135: After Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe: What will it be and the role of your National Contact Point Ji-Hyeon Kim – NCP Coordinator Hub Brussels

1150: Success stories from H2020

• Chemycal: Small companies within the SME Instrument and RIA projects

1220: What can the Enterprise Europe Network do for you Barbara Andreani – EEN coordinator for Brussels

Q&A session

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For more information, please contact: Virginia Gómez Oñate

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