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“Writing a successful H2020 Proposal” Training
7 September 2017
Dr. Monique Calisti, Martel Innovate Director and Executive Partner, will guide you through the fundamentals of successful H2020 proposals’ preparation and submission.
Horizon 2020 is the biggest European Research and Innovation programme ever with almost €80 billion of funding available over seven years (2014- 2020). H2020 aims at financing breakthroughs, discoveries and top-noth innovations by taking great ideas from the laboratory to the market and to the society for the benefit of all citizens. By coupling research and innovation, Horizon 2020 is investing in the future of the whole European society and so put it at the heart of “the EU’s blueprint for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and jobs“.
Horizon 2020 is open to everyone and since January 2017 Switzerland is fully associated to it, but, despite the efforts of the European Commission (EC) to make is better accessible when compared to previous Framework Programmes, it is still a big challenge to be able to navigate the different funding options, understand which financial instruments can better fit to specific ideas and plans, and finally how to get through the overall procedures that will finally allow you to benefit from the H2020 offering.
“Writing a successful H2020 proposal” is a one-day comprehensive, hands-on and interactive learning opportunity for participants who need to master the fundamental aspects for successful European Union funded R&D proposal preparation and submission. The course is structured in a modular and interactive way by providing the participants an opportunity to play an active role in their training independently based on their level of familiarity with EU funding mechanisms.
Why would you need to attend this course?
The Horizon 2020 R&D Programme represents a unique opportunity for innovators in Europe and specifically in Switzerland to support, fund and promote their work:
- H2020 spans across seven years (2014-2020) with a budget of almost €80 billion!
- Swiss organisations are fully entitled to participate in H2020 projects!
Why choosing Martel’s H2020 training?
Martel Innovate is one of the top leaders in EC funding being at the forefront of the Digital Innovation scene with more than 20 years experience in European R&D programmes and projects. Throughout these years and thanks to numerous liaisons and collaborations with top-class R&D players in Europe and worldwide, Martel Innovate has built a unique mix of competences that are put at the service of our customers and partners.
What best differentiate Martel’s offering from other consulting companies in EC funding is the combination of the direct hands-on experience we have gained through participation in many R&D&I proposals’ writing and submissions (not just theory!), together with the multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural mix of skills of our employees, who are also directly involved in projects’ evaluation – as external experts serving the EC – and in projects’ management and execution for the succesful ones. This allows to properly and adaptively address diverse needs our customers and partners need help with.
What are the benefits in attending this course?
- Understand how to identify and select the most relevant funding schemes, calls for proposals and relevant program documents.
- Understand the essentials of turning innovative project ideas into competitive Horizon 2020 proposals, beyond just meeting the EU Call requirements.
- Understand the evaluation process, rating criteria and mechanisms to better conceive and write your proposal: every or any detail can make a huge difference!
- Receive professional support to elaborate on the dissemination, communication and exploitation activities at proposal preparation and project run time.
When: 7 September 2017
Time: from 9am to 5pm
Where: HES-SO, Master Avenue de Provence 6, Lausanne
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: 300 CHF
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