CALL: FET PROACTIVE – BOOSTING EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
Call identifier: H2020-FETPROACT-2018-2020 Publication date: 27 October 2017
Call summary and aims
FET Proactive aims to identify the future and emerging technological paradigms with highest potential for Europe's economy and society. For each of them, it looks to establish a broad and solid European basis in terms of knowledge, key technological building blocks and interdisciplinary communities. By reaching out well beyond the research world, it ensures that Europe has the best 'first mover' position to capitalise rapidly and effectively on emerging societal and industrial opportunities.
The indicative funding budgets per sub-topic under FETPROACT-01-2018 are as follows: EUR 15.00 million for sub-topic a., EUR 13 million for sub-topic b., EUR 20 million for sub-topic c., EUR 15 million for sub-topic d., EUR 15 million for sub-topic e., and EUR 10 million for sub-topic f.
It is expected that this call will continue in 2020.
- 05 June 2018 00:30 The submission session is now available for: FETPROACT-03-2018(ERA-NET-Cofund)
23 March 2018 10:43
A total of 100 proposals have been submitted in response to the call H2020-FETPROACT-2018-1.
The number of proposals per topic is shown below including the indicative budget per topic:
- FETPROACT-01-2018 (RIA): 98 proposals (indicative budget: 88 M EUR);
- FETPROACT-02-2018 (CSA): 2 proposals (indicative budget: 0.5 M EUR).
01 March 2018 17:43
We herewith bring to the attention of applicants that they are permitted to remove the page break on the cover page of the technical annex's template. This means that the text of the proposal can start on the cover page.
- 31 October 2017 14:26 The submission session is now available for: FETPROACT-01-2018(RIA), FETPROACT-02-2018(CSA)
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