ICT Information Event at USI

Nikola Benin, PhD

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This event will provide you with the latest information about the European funding opportunities in the field of ICT (Information & Communication Technologies) for the years 2018-2020. Specifically, our guest speaker, Francesco Kienzle, National Contact Point (NCP) for Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) and Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) will present the newly published topics for the ICT and FET programmes within Horizon 2020.

During the event, you will have the opportunity to discuss specific topics of your interest.

Agenda

12:30–12:35 Welcome
12:35–13:20 Presentation of the funding opportunities within the ICT and FET work programmes 2018-2020
Dr Francesco Kienzle – NCP ICT & FET – Euresearch Head Office
13:20–13:35 Q&A
13:35–14:00 Networking lunch

Location

Università della Svizzera italiana (USI)
Room 351
Via Giuseppe Buffi 13
6900 Lugano
Switzerland

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Health Information Event

Nikola Benin, PhD

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This event will provide detailed information on the upcoming calls in the 2018-2020 “Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing” Work Programme. Topics include “Understanding health, well-being and disease”, “Preventing, treating and managing diseases”, “Active ageing and self-management of health”, “Methods and data (digital diagnostics, in-silico methods)” and “Health care provision & integrated care”.

After the event, participants preparing a Horizon 2020 proposal are offered 20 min. bilateral meetings on content, admin or budget questions with the National Contact Point Health from the Euresearch Head Office and Grants Advisors from the University of Bern. These meetings are on a first-come, first-served basis and can be booked by sending an email to Aline Schögler – aline.schoegler@research.unibe.ch

Horizon 2020 – Information Event Health

Nikola Benin, PhD

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This information event will provide you with an overview of “Health, demographic change and wellbeing”, one of the seven Societal Challenges within Horizon 2020. The research topics and funding schemes requested in the calls for 2018, 2019 and 2020 will be given in order to help you prepare a competitive proposal. The focus of this work programme will be “Better Health and Care, Economic Growth and Sustainable Health Systems”, “Digital Transformation in Health and Care” and “Trusted digital solutions and Cybersecurity in Health and Care”.

We also will inform about ECRIN, the European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network, and how ECRIN Switzerland can support applicants to Horizon 2020. Also, we will give insight in a running IMI – JU project at University of Basel and how the collaboration works between Pharma industry and public institutions.

Contact: healtheuresearch.ch

Information Event About the Forthcoming ICT Work Programme

Nikola Benin, PhD

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This event will offer an excellent opportunity to get the latest news about the Work Programme to come for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as well as Industry 4.0 related topics.

Prominent speakers from the private and academic sectors will also share their experience and provide recommendations to future applicants.

The re-association of Switzerland to Horizon 2020 will also be covered.

Contact: info@csem.ch

Information Event. Cybersecurity

Nikola Benin, PhD

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Cybersecurity is becoming more and more important in Horizon 2020. This is evidenced by a contractual Public-Private-Partnership (cPPP) that has been signed by the European Commission and the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) in July 2016. The cPPP will trigger up to €1.8 billion of investment by 2020 and is crucial for topics on cybersecurity in Horizon 2020.

This information and networking event provides information on the cPPP and the related cybersecurity topics in Horizon 2020 (DS-06-2017 Cryptography, DS-07-2017 Threads, DS-08-2017 Privacy & Data Protection, SMEInst-13-2016-2017 SME in Security RD).

Target Audience: Researchers from academic and private sectors active in cybersecurity and interested in R&D activities at an international level.

 

Information Event. MSCA COFUND

Nikola Benin, PhD

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The COFUND scheme aims at stimulating regional, national or international programmes to foster excellence in researchers’ training, mobility and career development, spreading the best practices of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.

Each proposal funded under the COFUND scheme shall have a sole participant that will be responsible for the availability of the necessary matching funds to execute the proposal.

For more information for partners and Fund subscribe to the Billetin PROJECT AND FUND

Price for 1 year € 120

6 months € 60

nbenin@uni-ruse.bg

https://www.facebook.com/PROJECT-AND-FUND-169257936849740/

Nikola Benin.The European Cyber Security. Information Event

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Nikola Benin

Cybersecurity is becoming more and more important in Horizon 2020. This is evidenced by a contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP) that has been signed by the European Commission and the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) in July 2016. The cPPP will trigger up to €1.8 billion of investment by 2020 and is crucial for topics on Cyber Security in Horizon 2020.

This information and networking event provides information on the cPPP and the related cybersecurity topics in Horizon 2020 (DS-06-2017 Cryptography, DS-07-2017 Threads, DS-08-2017 Privacy & Data Protection, SMEInst-13-2016-2017 SME in Security RD).

Target Audience: Researchers from academic and private sectors active in cybersecurity and interested in R&D activities at an international level.

Link: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/topics/smeinst-13-2016-2017.html