Opportunities and Networking in Horizon Europe
 

 

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Identifying Opportunities and Strategic Networking in Horizon Europe

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This course is designed for researchers who are new to Horizon Europe. The course first describes the structure and terminology of Horizon Europe. It presents a Funding Landscape for Horizon Europe to explain the role of each programme. Then each of the Pillars and programmes are described. The final module (Strategic Networking) describes how coordinators select partners for Horizon Europe proposals.

Target Audience: Researchers in Universities and Research Centres.                  The course is NOT open to Private Consultants

Course Presenters:     Dr. Seán McCarthy   and   Sylvia McCarthy (EU Policy Analyst)

Delivery of Course:  On-line (Zoom), On-site or eLearning (Recorded)

Duration: 90 minutes  (Delivered as two 45-minute sessions with a 15 minute break)

Bookings and Enquiries: mary.mccarthy@hyperion.ie  

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Contents of the Workshop

Module 1: Horizon Europe Funding Landscape

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Projects funded in Framework 7, Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe

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Structure and Terminology of Horizon Europe

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Sources of Information (Work Programmes, Calls, Forms)

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Horizon Europe Funding Landscape (Map)

Module 2: Identifying Opportunities in Pillar I (Excellent Science)

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ERC (European Research Council)

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MSCA  (Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions)

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Research Infrastructures 

Module 3: Identifying Opportunities in Pillar II

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Clusters (Destinations, Topics)

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CSA (Coordination and Support Actions)

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Missions

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European Partnerships

Module 4: Identifying Opportunities in Pillar III (Innovative Europe)

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EIC (European Innovation Council)

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EIC Pathfinder

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EIC Accelerator

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EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology)

Module 5: Identifying Opportunities in Widening Participation and Supporting ERA

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Twinning, Teaming, ERA-Chairs

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COST Actions

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'Hop-on' Calls

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Strengthening the European Research Area

Module 6: Third Party Funding

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Cascade Funding

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Euraxess (MSCA)

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Access to Research Infrastructures

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Entrepreneurial Training (EIT)

Module 7: Strategic Networking at a European Level

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How Coordinators select partners for Horizon Europe proposals

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European Networks, Associations and Expert Groups

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The role of European Conferences

For More Information Contact:

Hyperion Ltd.
Main Street, Watergrasshill, Co-Cork, Ireland T56 CC93
Tel: 00 353 21 4889 461
email: sean.mccarthy@hyperion.ie

Website: www.hyperion.ie