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Target Audience: Strathclyde colleagues who are interested in applying for Horizon Europe funding and gaining the most updated information about status of UK’s association to Horizon Europe.
Attendants who are only interested in Session Two are welcome to use the zoom link to drop in at 3:15pm.
Horizon Europe is the EU’s flagship research and innovation programme with a total budget of €95.5 billion. It runs from 2021 to 2027 and is the successor of the Horizon 2020 programme. Eligible entities from the EU and associated countries can participate and apply for funding from Horizon Europe.
This webinar is presented by Blazej Thomas, a senior European adviser from UKRO Brussels. Two sessions are planned for the webinar:
13:00-13:30 Updates on UK participation in Horizon Europe (incl. Q&A)
13:30-13:45 Case study - Professor Massimiliano Vasile
13:45-14:45 Horizon Europe Work Programme for 2023-2024
Novelties and how to find collaborators for projects (incl. Q&A)
14:45-15:00 Case study - Professor Yvonne Perrie
15:15 -15:45 Lump sum approach in Horizon Europe
15:45-16:15 Blind evaluation pilot in 2023/2024
16:15-16:30 Q & A
As the agenda shows, the first session will provide updates on UK’s participation to Horizon Europe as well as highlight schemes and novelties of the 2023-2024 work programmes. We will also have past recipients of Horizon 2020 grant and Horizon Europe awardees to share their top tips of securing funding including experience in accessing UK Horizon Guarantee support.
The second session will focus on the new lump sum approach and blind evaluation pilot in 2023/2024. Both the lump sum funding and blind evaluation are important changes for some parts of the programme. Knowledge of these is essential for those wishing to apply for relevant calls, as failure to follow the new rules/process could result in proposals being ineligible.
- To receive the most recent updates about the status of UK’s association to Horizon Europe
- To obtain an overview of the Horizon Europe Work Programme for 2023-2024
- To understand the novelties of the Work Programme 2023-2024 and how to find collaborators for projects
- To gain valuable advice from Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe grant winners
- To gain knowledge about lump sum funding approach and blind evaluation pilot in WP 2023-2024
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Delivered By: UKRO senior advisor - Blazej Thomas Strathclyde Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe awardees - Professor Yvonne Perrie & Professor Massimiliano Vasile