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CELTIC and EUROGIA joint call for projects

Call description

CELTIC and EUROGIA are pleased to announce a joint call for projects open until 30th of March 2020. This is the perfect opportunity to better respond to current trends that require a cross-cutting approach. The goal of the joint call is to expand knowledge, boost visibility and promote cross-cutting cooperation for innovative results within the digital society covering the smart connected world and the clean energy field.

Who can participate?

  • Any type of company (large companies as well as small or medium companies, including companies outside Eureka countries).
  • Research organisations or universities.

Submit your project now and/ or attend our Joint Proposers Day in Madrid on 29th January 2020 for more insights and a fuller picture of what we do.

Submitting your project via the Clusters gives you access to:

  • A global network of large industrial companies.
  • Guidance, coaching and monitoring of your project by both offices.
  • Low administrative level related to reporting.
  • Freedom to define the content of the project according to your own research interests and priorities.
  • Cluster label.

High-quality proposals have an excellent chance of receiving funding, with an average success rate of 60%.

For more details please read the CELTIC-NEXT Scope and Research Areas and the EUROGIA White Book

 

Contact your National Public Authority or us CELTIC office and EUROGIA office for more information on funding.

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Eligibility criteria

Our projects:

  • Have a solid concept and are market oriented.
  • Receive public funding depending on national funding decisions (with a total budget ranging from 1 million euro up to more than 70 million euro).
  • Project Consortia can include 2 to over 50 partners.
  • Typical project duration is between 24 and 36 months.

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.