Author: Nikola Benin
This event will inform you on the opportunities for researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities within the European Programme Horizon 2020.
You will learn more about funding opportunities for collaborative research projects for Social Sciences and Humanities in Horizon 2020. Available topics are open in areas such as economics, migration, education, history and cultural heritage, and social innovation.
Our guest speaker, Dr des Joël Graf (National Contact Point for Social Sciences and Humanities and Science with and for Society), will share with us an overview of the upcoming research topics for the next “Inclusive, Innovative & Reflective Societies” Work Programme for the year 2017 and of further SSH-related topics in other Horizon 2020 calls.