The aim of this event is to provide an overview of research funding opportunities from Horizon 2020 in the field of “Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)”. Representatives from academia and industry will meet and get informed on how European funding can support them in the implementation of projects in ICT.
In addition, information is provided how to identify topics of interest and find partners to submit proposals from basic research to market application.
Horizon 2020 project winners from academia and industry will give insights into running projects.
For the 2020 Work Programme, the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI), digitising European Industry, HPC, Big Data, Cloud technologies, 5G, Next Generation Internet (NGI) and key technologies for digital transformation from photonics to software, advanced and smart connectivity are prioritised.
Prof. Malte Helmert, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University Basel | Anita Soltermann, Head Grants Office and Euresearch Office University Basel
|17:00||Horizon 2020: The ICT Work Programme and forthcoming topics
Dr Riccardo Scarinci - NCP ICT & Transport - Euresearch Network Office
|17:20||Horizon 2020 Projects in Academia: Experiences with failed and successful applications
Prof. Malte Helmert, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University Basel
|17:55||Businesses in Horizon 2020: Benefits and financing for companies, best practices and services by Euresearch
Susanne Daniel, Company Advisor Euresearch Office University of Basel
|18:10||The Project winners perspective – How to benefit from European funding
Dominik Ulmer, Irene Ferrario, Cray Computer GmbH, Basel
|18:25||Discussion and Q&A
|18:40||Apéro with info stands
This workshop is free of charge but registration is compulsory.