Come hear about Horizon Europe - postponed - new date will be announced later!
On April 16, the AU Research Support Office and Central Denmark EU Office will come to Aarhus University in Foulum to tell about Horizon Europe, which will replace Horizon 2020. Come and hear what the new programme can do for your research.
In 2021 Horizon Europe will replace EU’s current research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. The new programme runs until 2027 and is expected to receive a budget of 100 billion EUR over the seven-year period.
On April 16, you can meet the Research Support Unit and the Central Denmark EU Office at Aarhus University in Foulum. They will present the new research program and explain how the Research Support Unit and the Central Denmark EU Office can be of use in relation to your European projects.
- With a proposed budget of more than €80 billion over seven years, Horizon Europe is the largest EU’s largest R&I framework programme ever. This presents European researchers with unique opportunities. I encourage researchers from Aarhus University to participate in the meeting about Horizon Europe. We are ready to assist you, both early in the clarification phase, for instance in relation to the creation of consortia and application process, as well as later, when writing the application, for instance with constructive feedback to the application draft, says Svend Binnerup from the AU Research Support Office.
- At the meeting at Aarhus University in Foulum, we will focus on the opportunities that the new Horizon Europe will present to research in the DCA area. We therefore hope that many researchers will take advantage of the offer, says Lina Christensen fra Central Denmark EU Office.
Horizon Europe – meeting at Aarhus University, Foulum on April 16 10.00-11.30
10.00 – 10.30 Welcome – and DCA departments’ experiences with Horizon partnerships and initiatives, including need for support to applications, by Niels Halberg, DCA. (Lokale M2).
10.30 – 11.30 Horizon Europe in relation to DCA departments and support from AU Research Support Office in Brussels and Aarhus, by Lina Christensen/Rikke Edsjö, CDEU office Brussels and Svend Binnerup, RSO Aarhus. (Lokale M2).
Margrethe Balling Høstgaard
Corporate and international coordinator
Telephone: +45 40147885