Call for proposals on applied quantum technologies

The call closes on 9 May 2024

The national funding bodies from 16 countries have allocated funding for organisations collaborating on international R&D projects in the field(s) of applied quantum technology.

You can submit your R&D project application for this call for projects between 1 February 2024 and 9 May 2024. Your project consortium must include organisations based in a minimum of two of the countries listed in this call for projects.

Please note: There may be changes to information on this page before the call for projects opens on 1 February 2024.

Participating Countries/Regions

  • Austria
  • Belgium (Flanders)
  • Belgium (Wallonia)
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Israel
  • Lithuania
  • The Netherlands
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Türkiye
  • United Kingdom


1 February 2024: Call for projects opens

27 February 2024 at 14:30 CET: Webinar on the call for projects

9 May 2024 at 16:00 CEST: Deadline (date of receipt CEST)

June-October 2024: Eureka/national evaluation     

November/December 2024: Synchronisation of national evaluation and Eureka label is given

December 2024 - April 2025: Consortia agreement and  projects begin


Quantum technology includes many layers of technology from the individual modalities of quantum information processing, algorithms and the use of quantum computers for a variety of applications.

The main objective of this call for projects is to support organisations as they develop quantum technologies that outperform or accelerate existing technologies and contribute to solving problems relevant to industry, science and society.

This call for R&D projects may include topics such as but are not limited to:

Quantum computing

In quantum computing, quantum information is processed digitally via logical gates similar to today’s general-purpose classical computers. The challenge is to regroup many layers of technology: from the individual modalities of quantum information processing to the algorithms and ultimate applications of these machines for a variety of use cases.

The main objective is to develop quantum computing devices that outperform or accelerate existing classical computers to solve specific problems relevant to industry, science and technologies where the execution of quantum algorithms could be beneficial.

Quantum simulation and stack levels

There is a need for quantum simulation for special-purpose machines, designed and optimised for applications. These quantum simulators are highly controllable devices that allow us to obtain insights into the properties of complex quantum systems or solve specific computational problems inaccessible to classical computers.

Projects are expected to find applications in areas as diverse as quantum chemistry, nuclear physics, material sciences, fluid machines logistics, routing and more general optimisation. Near term programmable devices and quantum simulators promise to increase the speed of machine learning, including quantum kernels and quantum classification schemes.

Quantum communications and cyber security

The objective is to advance quantum communications and cyber security in three essential directions:

  • Performance: Increasing bit rates, fidelities, link distances, deployment capabilities and robustness of all types of quantum communications.
  • Integration: Combining quantum communications with conventional network infrastructures and applications, security services, photonics and electronics platforms and ensuring compatibility with quantum computers, and sensors.
  • Industrialisation: Realising technology that is sustainable, low-cost to manufacture, offers applications with a clear cost/benefit advantage in several sectors and generates wealth and jobs.

Quantum sensing and metrology

Quantum sensors should provide the most precise, accurate and sensitive measurements in many fields, boosting the performance of consumer devices and services, such as medical diagnostics and imaging, high-precision navigation, earth observation and monitoring.

Quantum metrology (with validation, certification and traceability implemented by independent experts) is a prerequisite for successfully transforming quantum technologies into the market.

Your project should:

  • Demonstrate the potential to research or develop a product, process or service for commercialisation.

Recommended project size

Projects on quantum technologies may have low technology readiness levels and include both research partners and large industrial partners and SMEs to achieve both a high scientific level and market perspective. Therefore, you are encouraged to include research partners as well as industrial partners in your consortium and to develop a project along the value chain, possibly also including end-users. Consult the national funding details and eligibility criteria for specific information on partners.


Webinar 27 February 2024, 14:30 CET

During this webinar more information will be provided on this call, its evaluation criteria and application process.

You can register here.


Austria (FFG)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 1 million euro

  • 60% of the eligible costs for small companies,
  • 50% of the eligible costs for medium-sized companies and
  • 40% for large companies.

Belgium, Flanders (Vlaio)
Type of funding: Grant
Budget: 2 million euro

VLAIO accepts development projects (an innovative idea that can lead to successful business in the short term but still has some challenges to overcome in development) and research projects (an innovative idea that requires new knowledge and research and, in some cases, new development activities).

Only companies based in Flanders can apply for funding via subsidies. Flemish or foreign academic partners or research institutes can be funded by VLAIO if their expertise is crucial for their Flemish partner (a company) and if they are subcontracted by this company.

Eligible costs and funding rates:

Staff and other costs related to the development project can be funded with a 25% to 60% subsidy of the project budget. The minimum budget is equivalent to 25,000 euro and the maximum budget is 3,000,000 euro.

Staff and other costs related to the research project can be funded with a 25% to 70% subsidy of the project budget, The minimum budget is equivalent to 100,000 euro and the maximum budget is 3,000,000 euro.

General information

Belgium, Wallonia (SPW Recherche)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: Open budget

Funding is granted in the form of a grant or a recoverable advance with a funding rate ranging from 40 to 100% of the budget of each Walloon partner.

The type of funding and percentage depend on the type of partner, the consortium composition at regional and international level and whether your project activities fall into the category of industrial research or experimental development. 

More information

Denmark (IFD)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 3 million euro

IFD can fund up to 650,000 euro (4.875 million DKK) of project costs, including overhead costs of all Danish partners in a project, limited to a maximum of 500,000 euro (3.75 million DKK) per partner.

Finland (Business Finland)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: Open budget

There is no maximum budget limit for the project proposals, but each cost item of the project plan must be motivated, and the proposers need to have the financial capacity to execute the project. Different funding rules and rates apply for small and medium-sized enterprises, midcap companies (large companies with turnover of less than 300 million euro), large companies, and research organisations.

In this call for projects, Business Finland may fund individual Finnish companies as well as groups of Finnish companies participating in an international project. Research organisations may also be funded, provided that at least one Finnish for-profit company is participating in the same project consortium. Individual companies apply for R&D funding.

See instructions for small and midcap companies

See instructions for large companies

Funding for groups of Finnish companies and for joint participation of Finnish companies and Finnish research organisations in international consortia is applied as co-innovation funding.

France (Bpifrance)
Type of funding: Grant and loan
Call for projects budget: Open budget

Bpifrance has two funding schemes available for this call for projects. French participants must contact Bpifrance before sending a Eureka application to check eligibility and discuss the adapted funding scheme for your project. Please use the contact form below.

  1. Grant funding: France 2030 "Coopérations Internationales pour des chaines de valeurs quantiques résilientes".
  • All types of participants (companies, laboratories) are eligible.
  • The consortium must involve at least one SME/midcap French company, one French laboratory and at least one other participant from a Horizon Europe member state or associated country.
  • The project must involve complementary work to an existing project submitted to the Horizon Europe programme.
  • The minimum combined budget of all French participants is 1.5 million euro.
  • Funding between 40% and 80% of the costs for private companies and up to 100% for academic partners.
  • Call deadline: 21 May 2024 at 12:00 CEST. The national application must be submitted on the Picxel platform.
  1. Loan or reimbursable advance: Aide à l’Innovation
  • SMEs and large companies with up to 2000 FTE are eligible. Academic partners can only join as a subcontractor or on a self-funded basis.
  • Funding up to 80% of the expenses.
  • Deadline: 21 May 21 2024. The application is submitted online on Bpifrance en ligne.
  • If your project is considered deeptech by Bpifrance, you may be eligible to an alternative funding scheme: Aide au Développement Deeptech (a mix between a grant and reimbursable advance). Please contact Bpifrance in advance to discuss it. 

Germany (BMBF)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: -

Private sector companies are to contribute appropriately to the expenses, i.e., at least 20% of the total costs/expenses of all German partners. Complete rules are defined within the quantum international call.

  • Each project partner receives at least 100,000 euro of funding.
  • Private companies receive funding of up to 50% of the costs incurred (plus 20% for small companies and 10% for medium-sized companies).
  • Universities, research and science institutions and similar organisations receive 100% funding of the expenses incurred.

Israel (Israel Innovation Authority)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: Open budget

The support is in the form of a conditional grant amounting to 55% or 66% of the eligible R&D budget. For universities, 90% of the eligible R&D budget can be covered.

The grant is exempt from royalties.

Further details are available at the Innovation Authority website.

Academic institutions can take part in the call only if they conduct research in cooperation with a company, which must fund 10% of their budget. The institutions can participate as a partner in the project, not only as a sub-contractor.

Lithuania (Research Council of Lithuania)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 1.5 million euro

Eligible costs are:
Personnel costs: Salaries, social security contributions, taxes and any supplementary payments made to employees within national law and benefits schemes paid by the company.

  • Travel costs
  • Fixed assets
  • Indirect costs (overhead): 7%

Funding rates can reach up to 100% for research institutions and up to 80% for industrial partners (depending on their size).

The Netherlands (RVO)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 1.5 million euro

In the Netherlands, enterprises and research institutes can apply for grant funding up to 50% of the eligible costs, depending on the type of organisation and the type of activities:

  • SMEs: 45% for research activities, 35% for development activities
  • Large companies: 35% for research activities, 25% for development activities
  • Universities / research organisations: 50% for research activities, 25% for development activities.

Within the programme funded by RVO, only R&D costs are eligible for funding. The maximum funding is 400,000 euro per project.

More information

Singapore (Enterprise Singapore)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: Open budget

A maximum of 70% of eligible costs can be funded for SMEs. Other companies can receive up to 50% of eligible project costs in funding. Institutes of higher learning and research institutes can participate in projects, subject to other conditions.

Eligible project costs include manpower (salary), software costs, etc. Please contact your national representative at Enterprise Singapore for more information.

South Korea (KIAT)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 1.0 million euro

Organisations can receive a grant of up to 500 million South Korean won (approximately 370,000 euro) per year, and the project period should be up to 3 years.

SMEs can receive up to 67% of project costs, mid-tier companies can receive up to 50% of project costs, large companies can receive up to 33% of project costs and universities and research organisations can receive up to 100% of project costs.

Spain (CDTI)
Type of funding: Convertible loans
Call for projects budget: Open budget

CDTI will fund Spanish companies’ eligible industrial research and/or technological development activities (technology readiness levels 4-6/7).

Spanish partners can receive a soft loan of up to 85% of eligible costs (Euribor 1 year interest fee).

Your project must have a minimum budget of 175,000 euro (there is no maximum budget).

There is a long recovery period (of 10 or 15 years) where 22.5% of the eligible costs do not have to be reimbursed.

Universities and research centres can take part as subcontractors.

More information.

Project activities must not start before funding applications have been submitted to CDTI. For more information, please contact CDTI.

Sweden (Vinnova)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 0.44 million euro.

Swedish participants can apply for funding according to Vinnova's general terms and conditions for funding. The condition on project agreements in 1.4 general terms and conditions is fulfilled when a consortium agreement has been signed by all parties in the international consortium. The Swedish coordinator must confirm to Vinnova that the agreement has been signed by all parties.

Information on terms and conditions for funding and eligible costs.

The rules on state aid apply to organisations that carry out economic activities. Funding will be granted with support of Section 9 of Regulation 2015:208 on state aid for research, development and innovation. That is, as support for research and development projects according to Article 25 of the EU Commission Regulation No. 651/2014 (GBER).

Read the support regulation.

The following funding rates apply:

  • Small and medium-sized companies up to 50% of eligible costs.
  • Large companies up to 30% of the eligible costs.
  • Universities and research institutes up to 100% of eligible costs.
  • Total grant from Vinnova is maximum 50% of eligible costs for the joint Swedish project consortium up to the maximum amount 5 million Swedish Krona, SEK (around 440,000 Euro).

The total budget at Vinnova for this call for proposals is 5 million SEK (around 440,000 euro).

Switzerland (Innosuisse)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 2–3 million euro

Swiss participants can apply for grants.

Startups and SMEs can receive up to 50% of eligible project costs. Swiss startups that have not yet entered the market (same criteria as Innosuisse startup Innovation Projects) and are collaborating only with foreign companies may receive up to 70% of eligible project costs.

Large companies can receive up to 25% of eligible project costs.

Research institutions can receive up to 100% of total eligible project costs.

A total of 70% of the project costs for all Swiss partners can be covered by Innosuisse.

Maximum funding per project is 500,000 euro.

Türkiye (TÜBİTAK)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: Open budget

All companies which were established in accordance with Turkish law can apply for funding for their international projects. There is no budget limit for international projects and they can be funded by TÜBITAK without any restriction in project duration. Only companies participating in international projects are funded within this programme, but universities and research centres can be funded as subcontractors. Turkish applicants must complete their national application within four weeks after the call deadline.

Companies receive certain percentage of their eligible costs as a grant in this call. There is no maximum or minimum limit to the budget of project. The percentage is 60% for large companies and 75% for SMEs. 

For further information about financing of Turkish participants please directly contact with TÜBİTAK. Detailed information can also be reached from here.

United Kingdom (Innovate UK)
Type of funding: Grant
Call for projects budget: 2 million pounds

  • Innovate UK contribution is 2,000,000 pounds for UK entities.
  • UK subcontracting is capped at 20% of the UK partner eligible costs.
  • Overheads are capped at 25% of labour.
  • The UK entity must have at least 12 months of trading history at point of submission deadline.

Cost guidance – Eligible costs for UK partners.

If there is no allocated budget for your organisation type in your country and you want to participate in a project consortium, contact your national funding body using the form below to see whether there are other funding opportunities available or talk to them about self-funding.

Eligibility criteria

Eureka has limited eligibility criteria for organisations participating in a Network projects consortium:

  • Your project idea must represent international cooperation in the form of a specific project.
  • The project must be directed at researching or developing an innovative product, process or service with the goal of commercialisation.
  • The project must have a civilian purpose.
  • Your consortium must include at least two independent legal entities from a minimum of two Eureka countries.
  • No single organisation or country can be responsible for more than 70% of the project budget.

This call for projects has additional criteria for organisations to be eligible to receive funding:

  • The duration of the project may not exceed 36 months.
  • Projects are expected to start no later than March 2025.

National funding bodies have additional criteria for organisations to be eligible to receive funding:

Austria (FFG)
All for-profit companies registered in Austria are eligible for funding, universities and research organisations can be funded as subcontractors only.

Belgium, Flanders (Vlaio)
Only companies based in Flanders can apply for funding via subsidies. Flemish or foreign academic partners or research institutes can be funded by VLAIO if their expertise is crucial for their Flemish partner (a company) and if they are subcontracted by this company.

Belgium, Wallonia (SPW Recherche)
The research budget of the Walloon partner company(ies) must correspond to at least 40% of the total research budget of all Walloon partners.

The legal basis is the Walloon Decree of 3 July 2008 on the support of research, development and innovation in Wallonia.

Denmark (IFD)
IFD funds projects with at least one Danish company. IFD can fund all types of partners. Funding rates and conditions can be found in guidelines to international projects here.

Finland (Business Finland)
The general Business Finland eligibility criteria and rules for funding are applied (see, e.g., national funding criteria), including the criteria for co-innovation funding for research organisations (co-innovation funding).

France (Bpifrance)
Please see funding information.

Germany (BMBF)
See detailed national funding and eligibility conditions here.

Israel (Israel Innovation Authority)
Israeli companies and universities participating in projects with technology-readiness levels 2-5 are eligible for funding.

Lithuania (Research Council of Lithuania)
Research Council of Lithuania funds projects led by research institutions with at least one Lithuanian industrial partner. The call for projects budget is up to 1.5 million euro. The budget per project is up to 300,000 euro.

The Netherlands (RVO)
There must be at least one Netherlands (for profit) company involved in the project consortium to receive funding from RVO. Other Netherlands organisations, such as universities and research organisations, can join the Netherlands consortium as a project partner.

The Netherlands application must be submitted by a Netherlands for profit company.

More information

Singapore (Enterprise Singapore)
EnterpriseSG helps Singapore companies grow and transform through the Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) Co-Innovation Programme. Co-innovation programmes support Singapore-based companies and their overseas partners to collaborate on R&D projects which result in new products or solutions with strong market potential.

EnterpriseSG has additional criteria for Singaporean organisations to be eligible to receive funding:

  • You must be a business entity registered and operating in Singapore.
  • You must have a minimum of 30% local shareholding.
  • You must be in a financially viable position to start and complete the project.

South Korea (KIAT)
KIAT will fund the industrial research and/or technological development activities of Korean companies, universities and research institutions.

The Korean consortium must include at least one Korean private company. The company in the Korean consortium must have been in operation for at least one year by the application deadline, and the company is required to have a "corporate R&D center certification" issued by the Korean Government (Korea Industrial Technology Association).

Eureka projects can be submitted to KIAT’s international technology cooperation programme for funding, which provides Eureka’s funding scheme

National project applications must be submitted online via the KIAT call.

Spain (CDTI)
Please see funding information.

Sweden (Vinnova)
Vinnova funds projects having at least one Swedish industrial partner. Swedish SMEs are also encouraged to participate.

Vinnova's national call for proposals is aimed at companies, universities, research institutes or other actors in Sweden who want to collaborate with organisations in the participating Eureka countries. A participant seeking funding must be a Swedish legal entity. In this respect, a foreign organisation with a branch or establishment in Sweden is equated with a Swedish legal person.

Switzerland (Innosuisse)
A Swiss company must be in a project with a research organisation or a university participating in the consortium. The research organisation or university does not have to be Swiss. An exception is startups, as mentioned in the funding criteria.

Türkiye (TÜBİTAK)
Only companies participating in international projects are funded within this call for projects but universities and research centres can be funded as subcontractors.

United Kingdom (Innovate UK)
Grant of up to 500,000 pounds per project for businesses and research and technology organisations, which must include an SME and be business-led.


Your project application will be reviewed according to our Network projects evaluation methodology.

  1. Impact
  • Is the market properly addressed (i.e. size, access and risks)?
  • Is the value creation properly addressed (i.e. employment opportunities and environmental and societal benefits)?
  • What are the competitive advantages of your project (i.e. strategic importance, enhanced capabilities and visibility)?
  • Are your commercialisation plans clear and realistic (i.e. return on investment, geographical and sectoral impact)?
  1. Excellence
  • What is the degree of innovation? (i.e. is the proposed product, process or service state-of-the-art? Is there sufficient technological maturity and risk)?
  • How is the new knowledge going to be used?
  • Is your project scientifically and technically challenging for consortium partners?
  • Is the technical achievability and risk properly addressed?
  1. Quality and efficiency of implementation
  • What is the quality of your consortium (i.e. balance of the partnership and technological, managerial and financial capabilities of each partner)?
  • Is there added value through international cooperation?
  • Is your project management and planning realistic and clearly defined (i.e. methodology, planning approach, milestones and deliverables)?
  • Is your cost structure reasonable (i.e. costs and financial commitment for each consortium partner)?
  1. Overall perception

Experts will list three positive and negative points to your application and finally state whether they recommend your project for public investment.

Your national funding body may carry out a further evaluation (performed by the national project coordinator and technical experts) according to national rules before allocating funds to successful applicants.


  1. Contact your national funding body using the contact form on Eureka’s website to discuss your project idea, financial viability, eligibility and national procedures.
  2. Create an account on our application portal (one per consortium) and select the funding opportunity you want to apply to.
  3. Using the portal, complete one application form per consortium (in English) and invite other consortium partners to fill in a partner form.
  4. Upload a GANTT chart (one per consortium), a signed and completed co-signature form (which you can download from the platform) and any additional required annexes.
  5. Your application will be checked for completeness and eligibility before being reviewed using a standard evaluation procedure. If successful, your project will receive a Eureka label.
  6. Your national funding body may carry out a further evaluation (performed by your national contact and technical experts) according to national rules before allocating funds to successful applicants.
  7. The final step is to complete and sign a consortium agreement. We recommend that you seek legal advice when drafting your consortium agreement.

Austria (FFG)
In addition to the Eureka application, Austrian participants must submit a separate national application to FFG General Programmes (Basisprogramm) via eCall page.

The national application must include the Eureka project proposal and a national project proposal. The evaluation of the national application is carried out by internal experts. Funding decisions for national applications submitted until 16 May 2024 will be published after the Advisory Board Meeting (Beiratssitzung) on 5 September 2024.

The project must fulfil the national criteria (“Basisprogramm-Leitfaden”). Read detailed information on national rules and procedures.

Belgium, Flanders (VLAIO)
Flemish organisations must also submit an application to VLAIO, including a project plan and budget online. 

For development projects (click on "Aanvragen")

For research projects (click on "Aanvragen")

Flemish organisations should contact VLAIO to check project ideas and eligibility and receive support from a team of VLAIO advisors.

The deadline for the VLAIO application is Friday 17 May 2024 at 12:00 CET.

Belgium, Wallonia (SPW Recherche)
Applicants in Wallonia (Belgium) must submit their regional application (in French) to SPW Research via the ONTIME portal before 9 May 2024 at 16:00 Brussels time.

Denmark (IFD)
Each Danish participant will be invited to register in the national E-grant system and upload their Eureka application form, including national declarations and a financial viability table. The invitation is normally sent within four weeks of the call for projects deadline.

Finland (Business Finland)
The Finnish applicants need to file their national funding applications using the Business Finland Online Service. These applications need to be followed by a joint project plan for the whole international consortium.

The national funding applications are expected to be filed simultaneously with the international Eureka applications, i.e., before 9 May 2024. The Finnish applicants will be advised about the timeline and deadlines for their national funding application. To enable a smooth processing of the applications, Finnish applicants need to contact Business Finland as early as possible using the contact form below.

France (Bpifrance)

Each French participant must contact Bpifrance in advance to discuss their project and check their eligibility for the available national funding schemes. It is mandatory to contact the international innovation team using the contact form below and your regional account manager (Chargé d’Affaires Innovation). If you don’t have a regional contact, the international team will provide you with one.

In order to maximise your chances of success, eligible French participants can use the Diagnostic Partenariat Technologique International tool to prepare their application with an expert consultant (partners search, consortium agreement, application process and writing, etc.). 50% of this consultancy service will be funded by Bpifrance. 

Germany (BMBF)
The successful projects are invited to submit a full application in accordance with national guidelines.

Read more.

Additional documents are only required after a positive evaluation as part of the full application.

Israel (Israel Innovation Authority)

In Israel, the Israeli partner must submit National Application Forms through an online system in accordance with the Israel Innovation Authority regulations. Israeli evaluations and funding decisions are expected to be made in Q3 of 2024.

Lithuania (Research Council of Lithuania)
Each Lithuanian participant will be invited to register in the national E-grant system and asked to upload a pdf of the Eureka application, including national declarations, financial viability documents, etc. The Research Council of Lithuania uses the international application as grounds for the national evaluation.

The Netherlands (RVO)
In addition to you Eureka application, project partners from the Netherlands must submit an application to RVO, including a detailed project plan and budget overview.

RVO invites Netherlands organisations to check their project ideas with them.

A Netherlands for profit company must submit the Netherlands application on the e-loket before 16 May 2024 at 17:00 CEST.

Singapore (Enterprise Singapore)
Singapore applicants will have to prepare the following documents:

  • Latest ACRA business profile (retrieved within 6 months of the application date)
  • Applicant’s latest and previous two years’ audited financial statements (company and group level) or official management account
  • Completed application form on Business Grant Portal (including the Supplementary Project Proposal Form)
  • Relevant quotations

Singaporean participants must submit their applications, including all the above documents by the deadline. Note that the Business Grant Portal link can only be generated manually. You are advised to contact EnterpriseSG at least two weeks before the deadline to ensure you have sufficient time to complete the form.

Please allow about 3-6 months for evaluation results from when you submit your Business Grant Portal form.

South Korea (KIAT)
The national application must include the Eureka project application and a national project proposal. (Please refer to the national call text for the additional document).

National project applications must be submitted online via the KIAT call.

Spain (CDTI)
Spanish participants must also submit a formal R&D international project aid application through CDTI’s website by the deadline of this call for projects, including the Eureka application form (in English) and a draft consortium agreement (optional at this stage, but a signed consortium agreement must be signed and provided afterwards).

Additional documents in Spanish language, containing detailed information on the Spanish participants, could be requested depending on the specific type of funding requested by the company. If your application is not submitted by the call for projects deadline, the international project could be rejected.

CDTI will check the Spanish participants’ eligibility after receiving the international application. If it is eligible, CDTI will send funding applications to each Spanish company. Those funding applications must be completed and submitted (a full memory in Spanish must be attached to the funding application). The deadline to reply is approximately one month after the call for projects deadline. If the funding applications are not submitted in time, the international project could be rejected.

Sweden (Vinnova)
Swedish participants that require funding from Vinnova are recommended to get in touch with the Vinnova contact person before submitting the national application.

In addition to the centrally submitted online Eureka project application form, Swedish participants of the international project consortium apply on the Vinnova web page to the national call.

The complete Eureka application form of the international project consortium, including all partner forms, project budget and a Gantt diagram of work packages, must be submitted as the project description in the national application to Vinnova.

A CV for the Swedish project coordinator should also be submitted as an appendix to the application.

Applicants in Sweden must submit their application on the Vinnova web page to the national call before 16 May 2024.

Switzerland (Innosuisse)
In addition to the Eureka application, Swiss participants must apply through the Innosuisse platform.

SMEs and startups must submit the annual accounts of the past two years (per partner) as an annex to the full-proposal; startups without annual accounts submit a business plan.

All project participants must enter into a consortium agreement. The consortium agreement will include the participants’ mutual commitments, conditions concerning rights to foreground and background information and other issues of significance to the cooperation. The participants shall have entered into the consortium agreement before the start of the project. Therefore, a draft consortium agreement must be submitted.

Türkiye (TÜBİTAK)

Participants must submit a formal national application (in Turkish) through TÜBİTAK TEYDEB’s website by 6 June 2024, including Eureka's application form (in English).

United Kingdom (Innovate UK)
Submit the required Innovate UK application on the Innovation Funding Service along with the supporting documentation listed in the guidance for applicants by 8 May 2024 at 11:00 GMT (UK time).

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