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    Research Infrastructures

    The objective of this programme is to ensure European researchers access to world-class research infrastructures. The European Commission considers not only major scientific equipment to be research infrastructure but also includes sets of instruments, knowledge-based resources such as archives, databases, etc., and enabling ICT infrastructures (e-Infrastructures) such as grids, computing, software and communication infrastructure. Support is given to existing as well as to new research infrastructures.

    The European approach to research infrastructures has made remarkable progress in recent years with the implementation of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) roadmap, integrating and opening national research facilities and developing e-infrastructures underpinning a digital European Research Area.

    The networks of research infrastructures across Europe strengthen its human capital base by providing world-class training for a new generation of researchers and engineers and promoting interdisciplinary collaboration.

    Key Information

    Swiss eligibility:                      Switzerland is fully associated to Horizon 2020
    Horizon 2020 Funding:           Participant Portal
    Topic search:                           Find your topic
    List of topics for 2018-2020: Topic preview
    Types of projects, eligibility:   Factsheet

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    Nicole Wyss

    National Contact Point (NCP):
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    • European Research Infrastructures

    Effingerstrasse 19
    3008 Bern
    Tel.:+41 31 380 60 04

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    Date City Vacancies
    21 NOV
    2017
    Co-organiser: Euresearch Neuchâtel / UniNE Grants Office
    19 DEC
    2017
    Co-organiser: Euresearch Head Office
    09 JAN
    2018
    Organiser: Euresearch Head Office / V.Sordet