EU-funded researchers have assisted in the development of China's first commercial passenger plane by applying data mining concepts that overcome the challenge of working with limited and incomplete information.
Horizon 2020 Work Programme
Funding opportunities in Research Infrastructures, includes the EU Funding from Horizon 2020, the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds), and the national core funding.
Complementary EU support (grants, loans or guarantees), is also possible, in particular from EIB Group (InnovFIN under Horizon 2020) as well as from the Investment Plan for Europe (EFSI). Guides are available on synergies between the different schemes.
Projects and Results
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Ongoing FP7 projects: management and monitoring
Projects funded under Integrating Activity in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) have specific reporting obligations for transnational access. These are detailed below.
- Additional Reporting Instructions for Transnational Access activities within an Integrating Activity project: letter to coordinators
- Integrating Activities: Additional Reporting Instructions for Transnational Access Work Packages
- Reporting Transnational Access and service activity costs
- TA Real Access Cost calculation
- Service Real Access cost calculation
- Publicising Transnational Access opportunities on internet within an Integrating Activity project
These documents are also available on the FP7 Participant Portal along with more information - project reporting
Transnational access questionnaire
This questionnaire should be completed by each group leader of a transnational user-project supported by an EC Research Infrastructure grant agreement.
This will allow the Commission to evaluate the Research Infrastructures action, monitor individual contracts and improve the services provided to the scientific community.