The goal of this call for projects is to boost the competitiveness, growth, and attractiveness of discreet manufacturing industries through R&D in an open community of large companies, SMEs, RTOs, academia, and end-users, in international collaboration.
This action will create the European common data space for cultural heritage, a new flagship initiative to provide support to the digital transformation of Europe’s cultural sector, and foster the creation and reuse of content in cultural and creative sectors.
Only national level public bodies responsible for implementation of LIFE in an eligible Member State in the European Union may apply for capacity-building projects. Project consortium may include additional entities provided that their participation is justified by the project objectives and their role is clearly defined. In principle, the project should be coordinated by public bodies responsible for implementation of LIFE.
DIH-World is looking for innovative experiments that integrate digital technologies in the processes, products or services of manufacturing SMEs. Innovative experiments are projects to be implemented by a consortium made of an SME and a Digital Innovation Hub.
The project selected under this topic will help to ensure the long-term support for the CIVITAS projects offering governance, and an organisational and logistical framework that guarantees the wide dissemination and take up of urban mobility project results.
Improvement and cost-reduction of technologies to predict, assess, monitor and control in real time the energy performance of buildings, including energy efficiency, renewables, storage and their optimisation.
The aim is to move beyond nearly zero-energy buildings for new constructions and to the extent possible, for renovations, and to streamline energy positive buildings, ensuring buildings can marry high energy performance with maximum flexibility and adaptability to a changing society in a cost-effective manner.
A number of challenges remain to develop validated concepts and leverage multi-actor data exchange, ensure interoperability of new technologies and develop interfaces across transport modes, as well as to design appropriate governance arrangements for relevant public and private stakeholders.
Enabling European graphite production – with vertical integration into the European battery production. Resource efficient sustainable production of both synthetic and natural graphite emphasising reduction of energy consumption, CO2 emissions, chemical use and the optimisation of recovery yield and raw material consumption. Enhance versatility regarding products and usable primary/secondary raw materials.
The InnovLab support shall support the development of innovative tools, models and solutions applicable in the audiovisual and other cultural and creative sectors. It aims to support the competitiveness, greening process, cooperation, circulation, visibility, availability, diversity and/or audiences across sectors.
The EIC Accelerator focuses in particular on innovations, building on scientific discovery or technological breakthroughs (‘deep tech’) and where significant funding is needed over a long timeframe before returns can be generated (‘patient capital’).
Share your project and join other passionate individuals and organizations making a difference in where and how people learn across Europe and beyond - from classrooms to streets and from playgrounds to libraries. Call in the scope of the New European Bauhaus. Info session about the Transformation of Places of Learning call on March 8 at 15:00 CET.
Development of novel sensor technologies and digital solutions for digitization of existing hydropower plants and improving their sustainable operation by addressing one or more of the following: weather and flow forecast, biodiversity monitoring, predictive modelling and artificial intelligence for the analysis of sensor data for decision-making in operation and maintenance.
The objective of the call is to provide a framework to rapidly respond to new innovative ideas. The scope of the call covers elements of Block 4 of Future EO-1 Segment 1. The particular focus for innovative activities under each element is as follows: Grand Science Challenges; EO for a Resilient Society; Artificial Intelligence for EO; Regional Initiatives; EO for Civil Security. Any individual contract will be limited to a Firm Fixed Price of up to 150KEuro and to a maximum duration of 12 months.
The Rural Pact conference will bring together EU, national, and regional politicians along with local authorities, social and economic stakeholders in a participatory event that reflects the rural vision’s ambition and bottom-up character.
This year's edition will include a review of the results of the Conference on the Future of Europe, part of the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's commitment to putting citizens at the center of EU action and strengthening the link between them and the institutions that serve them.
The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) brings together public authorities, private companies, projects, NGOs, and consumers to promote initiatives to save energy and move towards renewables for clean, secure, and efficient energy. The event will comprise a high-level Policy Conference, the EUSEW Awards, and the third European Youth Energy Day as well as opportunities for 1:1 meetings, exhibition stands, and other networking activities.
This call will reward original and innovative works that demonstrate the usefulness of the service and the importance of preserving and using the information published on the web. Papers should have the Arquivo.pt as the main source of information, and have practical application or complete research studies based on information preserved from the web by Arquivo.pt.
The Awards recognise the role cities play in shaping the local innovation ecosytems and promote innovation. The contest will award six prizes in total for the two categories: the European Capital of Innovation and the Rising Innovative City.
The European Commission has published the I&I topics to support the 5 missions of the Horizon Europe work program. The Commission launched five new EU missions, an unprecedented and innovative way to work together and improve people's lives inside and outside Europe. EU missions aim to respond to major health, climate, and environmental challenges and achieve ambitious and inspiring goals in these fields.
This training covers from a theoretical and practical approach the main elements of writing proposals under Horizon Europe, taking into account its main novelties and requirement. This is a must training for the start of the program, especially for stakeholders involved in collaborative projects.
Reference documents of the programs managed on the EU Funding & Tenders portal starting with legal documents and the Commission work programs up to model grant agreements and guides for specific actions.