Horizon 2020

The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation

HORIZON 2020: EUROPEAN UNION FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME FOR RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Horizon 2020 offers innovative companies and research organisations unique opportunities to join R&D and innovation projects carried out by international teams with co-funding from the EU.

Horizon 2020 is designed to strengthen Europe’s competitiveness through a variety of funding instruments and other targeted measures. By strengthening research, innovation and technology, Europe hopes to induce job creation through growth.

The programme finances research projects, as well as projects targeting innovation issues that drive so-called intelligent, sustainable and inclusive growth.

The activities of Horizon 2020 are organised in three main blocks:

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  • Events - 2nd Infrastar Training School - 14-17 April 2020, Nantes, France
    The 2nd Infrastar Training School will be held at Centrale Nantes in France (14-17 April 2020). The training is endorsed by IABSE, COFREND and AFGC. It aims to provide lectures and hands-on trainings to Master and PhD students, early-stage researchers, young professionals on all aspects of asset management of civil infrastructures with respect to fatigue […]
  • Events - HBP Curriculum Workshop: Measuring and modelling brain states - 28-29 March 2020, Sölden, Austria
    The final workshop of the 3rd HBP Curriculum Workshops Series invites researchers interested in measuring and modelling brain states at multiple scales. At the cellular level, the appearance of different brain states (such as wake, sleep, anesthesia) are reviewed at the scale of neurons, from extracellular recordings in both, human and animal models. At a […]
  • Events - Biomedaqu Course - 17-20 March 2020, Liege, Belgium
    In the framework of the BioMedaqu Project, the University of Liege and partners are offering a training course covering: • Fish skeletal development and anatomy • Advanced visualisation technique for fish skeletal research • Image analysis, machine learning and automation • Skeletal pathologies in humans • Leadership, research impact, grant funding, entrepreneurship, product development & market, and economic modelling. Registration […]

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