What has replaced Horizon 2020?

With nearly €80 billion in funding, H2020 was the biggest research and innovation programme of the EU available from 2014 to 2020. The 9th Framework Programme, also known as Horizon Europe, will replace the framework programme Horizon 2020 (H2020), as of January 2021.

Who can participate in Horizon 2020?

Horizon 2020 is Open to the World. This means that participants from all over the world, regardless of their place of establishment or residence, can participate in most of the calls of Horizon 2020. In many cases, the EU will fund at least partly the participation of the international partners.

Has Horizon Europe been adopted?

Today’s Horizon Europe work programme is based on Horizon Europe’s Strategic Plan, which was adopted in March 2021 to set the EU’s research and innovation priorities for 2021-2024. Most of the funding is allocated based on competitive calls for proposals, set out in work programmes.

Who funded Horizon 2020?

Germany took home the biggest percentage of Horizon 2020 funding (14.9%), but it contributes a higher percentage to the overall EU budget (20.9%). Likewise, France’s funding share (11.1%) was lower than its average contribution percentage to the EU budget (17%; see ‘Gains and losses’).

What is the new Horizon 2020?

Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private investment that this money will attract.

Is the UK still in Horizon 2020?

UK scientists, researchers and businesses can continue to participate in, bid for and lead projects in Horizon 2020, as if the UK remained a member state, even after the UK exits the EU on 31 January 2020. This includes Horizon 2020 calls that extend into 2021, after the transition period has ended.

Who can participate in an EU project?

EU funding is available for any size of enterprise in any sector including entrepreneurs, start-ups, micro companies, small and medium-sized enterprises, and larger businesses. Every year the EU supports more than 200,000 businesses.

How do I participate in Horizon 2020?

Research & Innovation – Funding & Tenders Portal H2020 Online Manual

  1. Find a call. Horizon 2020 structure and budget. What you need to know about Horizon 2020 calls.
  2. Find partners or apply as individual.
  3. Register in the Participant Register. Registration of your organisation. LEAR appointment.
  4. Submit a proposal. Get prepared.

What is the difference between Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe?

One of the biggest changes in the Horizon Europe proposal template is the reduction in the number of pages. Project applicants will now have 45 pages to present their project in detail, compared to 70 in the previous Horizon 2020 programme. Thus, some parts have also been merged to shorten the length of the proposal.

Is Epsrc part of UKRI?

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) forms part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), alongside seven other Research Councils, Innovate UK and Research England.

What was before Horizon 2020?

The OpenAIRE Consortium is a Horizon 2020 (FP8) project, aimed to support the implementation of the EC and ERC Open Access policies. Its successor OpenAIREplus is aimed at linking the aggregated research publications to the accompanying research and project information, datasets and author information.

What will happen to Horizon 2020 after Brexit?

If you already have Horizon 2020 funding Funding for most Horizon 2020 projects will continue for the project’s lifetime – even for projects that finish after 31 December 2020. Payment arrangements will stay the same, and UK participants can continue to lead projects.

Who are eligible for funding in Horizon 2020?

Legal entities established in the following countries are eligible to receive funding in Horizon 2020: Member States of the European Union, including their overseas departments and outermost regions.

Who are the associated countries of Horizon 2020?

Member States of the European Union, including their overseas departments and outermost regions. Associated Countries – the following countries have stated their intention to become associated to Horizon 2020 by the time the first grant agreements are being signed.

What are European Technology Platforms ( ETPs ) for?

What are European Technology Platforms? ETPs develop research and innovation agendas and roadmaps for action at EU and national level to be supported by both private and public funding. They mobilise stakeholders to deliver on agreed priorities and share information across the EU.

Which is the partner search tool for H2020?

The partner search tool is dedicated to the project proposals to be submitted under the H2020 ‘Smart, Green and Integrated Transport” calls (Societal Challenge 4). The tool is developed by the H2020 National Contact Points network for Transport – ETNA Plus.