At this event you will get information on project funding’s opportunities and upcoming calls for proposals within the following schemes under the European HORIZON 2020 framework programme for research and innovation (H2020).
The FET (Future and Emerging Technologies) funding schemes are now open to all science and technology research disciplines and fund high-risk, cross disciplinary, collaborative research developing radically new ideas.
FET Open is a bottom-up scheme that explores novel and visionary ideas without pre-conceived boundaries or proposal deadlines.
FET Proactive is a top-down scheme that addresses research and technological innovation in selected themes defined in consultation with the research community.
ICT (Information & Communication Technologies) in H2020 has been integrated into different sub-programmes. This information event will provide you with an overview of ICT-related topics, such us : New generation of components and systems, Advanced computing, Future internet, Content technologies and information management, Robotics, Micro- and nano-electronic technologies, Photonics, ICT for manufacturing and Factory of the Future.
The presentations will be in English.
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Eric Wehrli, Director CUI, Université de Genève
|12:10–12:50||H2020 ICT and FET research topics 2016-2017
Francesco Kienzle, NCP ICT/FET, Euresearch Head Office Bern
|12:50–13:00||H2020 ICT project participant testimony
Pascal Meier, Professeur Université de Genève, Medicine
|13:00–13:10||H2020 FET project participant testimony
Alan Carleton, Professeur Université de Genève, Neurosciences
|13:10–13:20||Support services Euresearch
Roberta Faggian and Federico Petrolo, Research Services, Euresearch RO Genève
|13:20–14:00||Apero-lunch – networking
University researchers, SMEs, private-public research institutes, and any interested person/organisation active in technology research and innovation in all disciplines or specifically in the ICT domain
This workshop is free of charge but registration is compulsory.