Eureka and Argentina
Argentinian organisations participating in international R&D projects are eligible for funding through our Network projects and Globalstars programmes. If you are based in Argentina and seeking funding for an R&D project, your first point of contact is with the Secretariat of Government for Science, Technology and Productive Innovation (SGCTeIP). SGCTeIP supports Argentinian organisations interested in international collaboration giving them access to expertise and supporting their growth.
- 0.10M€ RECEIVED ON AVERAGE BY ARGENTINE PARTNERS
- 2.70M€ MOBILISED SINCE 1985
- 6 COUNTRIES COOPERATING WITH ARGENTINA
- 27 ARGENTINE ORGANISATIONS INVOLVED SO FAR
Argentina offers you
SGCTeIP can help you to find project partners by contacting other national funding bodies in Eureka’s network (consisting of over 45 member countries). For more information on how to find project partners, contact SGCTeIP or consult the Enterprise Europe Network’s (EEN) online database.
Industry-driven programmes with thematic communities of experts, large companies, SMEs, universities and research organisations. Collaborate on R&D projects of any size.Discover Clusters
Innovative SMEs lead international project consortia and receive national and EU funding to realise their innovation.Discover Eurostars
Calls for R&D projects with partners in a specific country outside the Eureka network.Discover Globalstars
Network projects (funded)
A flexible programme for R&D projects with any technological focus. You can propose or join a project at any time or take part in our regular calls.Discover Network projects
Innovative SMEs receive a grant of 60,000 euro to assess the viability of research or commercial ambitions in international target markets.Discover Innowwide
Connecting startups and SMEs with corporate venturing teams and investors. Participate in international missions and corporate activities.Discover Investment readiness
The programme that interests you isn’t listed as funded?
We recommend that you get in touch with your national contact to talk about funding options even if a programme is listed as not funded. There might still be funding available.
In the absence of any national funding support, it is still possible to participate in a project by self-funding.
Contacts in Argentina
Martín José Albarracín Franzone - Main contact/ National Project Coordinator (NPC)
Mercedes Lagarrigue - Clusters advisor