Umbrellas are thematic networks within the EUREKA framework which focus on a specific technology area or business sector. The main goal of an umbrella is to facilitate the generation of EUREKA projects in its own target area. Umbrella activities are coordinated and implemented by a working group...
The Eurostars Programme is a European Joint Programme dedicated to the R&D performing SMEs, and co-funded by 36 EUREKA countries and the European Communities. Eurostars aims to stimulate these SMEs to lead international collaborative research and innovation projects by easing access to support...
A success story is a EUREKA project resulting in innovative product, a processes or service, that has significantly improved wellbeing and fostered competitiveness of the European innovation economy.
This annual prize rewards EUREKA projects that have made making significant headway in the development of a new innovative product, service or process.
EUREKA projects are based on two key requirements: The research must be market oriented and have a civilian purpose The project participants must come from at least two different EUREKA countries For EUREKA Clusters see this page . For Eurostars projects see this page .
No, EUREKA projects are open to all technologies.
No, all types of participants are welcome.
The minimum is two participants from two different countries but there is no limitation.
You can submit your idea by clicking here . It will be directed to the NPC of your country
Download the application from here or contact your NPC for assistance.