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Project Development Event

More than 70 practitioners from France, Germany, Czech Republic, Finland, Spain, Italy and many others discussed an important issue of Migration and Social Inclusion in Europe. University of Wolverhampton led the event, with 10 Early Stage Researchers from NU2EU Programme presenting their project ideas or expertise at the seven round tables. Eleven concrete project ideas carefully selected were presented and well received by the participants, EU Commission representatives from DG Research and Innovation and National Contact Point.

Participants were looking for solutions to improve mutual understanding among Europeans, encourage participation in social innovation, empower young innovators, improve wellbeing of young people and integrate incoming people to the host societies. To take a case in point, our colleague Dr Matilde Ventrella brought around her project idea on how to fight illegal trafficking across the EU and non-EU borders. Colleagues from 12 organisations agreed to continue working together with her and submit a proposal in February next year.

The progress has been also achieved in establishing cooperation with Departments of the EU Commission dealing with the International Cooperation, specifically related to the entrepreneurship agenda. This has been led by Dr Paschal Anosike. Furthermore, Dr Arun Arjunan, had the chance to meet Marina Bylinsky, from the Airports Council International, and Jesus Carbajosa, an International Center for Numerical Methods in Enfineering representative. They both agreed to start working together with Dr Arjunan and submit a proposal in the field of aviation.

All the NU2EU participants have commented positively on different aspects of the event and the programme itself, which enabled them to develop their communication, proposal preparation, and negotiation skills as well as to build valuable contacts around Europe and beyond for their upcoming projects. 

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The EU Commission has issued a Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Commission Factsheet on the Novelties of the 2018-2020 Work Programme, for further information please see the link here

 

ERRIN’S Brokerage Events Week – Great success!

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ERRIN organised a full week of brokerage events from 24th to 28th November. More than 700 research and innovation experts came to Brussels with the ambition to find partners and to develop project ideas for the upcoming calls under Horizon 2020 for 2015.

With a strong coverage of regions from across Europe and beyond, the brokerage week enabled experts to meet a wide range of partners and to build strong consortia to increase their chances of success in the next funding round of Horizon 2020.

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ERC Presentations 2015

1.ERC Presentations 2015 (PDF 2,361K, Downloads file)

2.ERC Presentations 2015 (PDF 953K, Downloads file)

3.ERC Presentations 2015 (PDF 840K, Downloads file)

4.ERC Presentations 2015 (PDF 530K, Downloads file)

5.ERC Presentations 2015 (PDF 945K, Downloads file)


ERRIN’S Partner Searches Presentations

ERRIN Health Presentation Cremona (PDF 501K, Downloads file)

ERRIN Health Presentation Hungary (PDF 384K, Downloads file)

ERRIN Health Presentation Mikkeli University (PDF 312K, Downloads file)

ERRIN ICT Presentation Basilicata (PDF 1,301K, Downloads file)

ERRIN ICT Presentation Bratislava (PDF 785K, Downloads file)

ERRIN ICT Presentation Politecnico Milano (PDF 131K, Downloads file)

 

You can find more presentations on Partners searchers

 

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ERRIN’S Brokerage Events Week – Great success!              ‌                                       

ERRIN organised a full week of brokerage events from 24th to 28th November. More than 700 research and innovation experts came to Brussels with the ambition to find partners and to develop project ideas for the upcoming calls under Horizon 2020 for 2015.

With a strong coverage of regions from across Europe and beyond, the brokerage week enabled experts to meet a wide range of partners and to build strong consortia to increase their chances of success in the next funding round of Horizon 2020.