Research & Innovation - Participant Portal

PRIZE - INNOVATION SOFT

H2020-Prize-Innovation-SOFT-2014
Planned Opening Date 07-01-2014 Deadline Date 16-04-2014 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
Budget €30,000 Main Pillar EURATOM
Status Closed
Call updates
  • 14-02-2014 09:42:12

    The submission session is now available for: Prize-1-2014(RPr)

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Topics and submission service

To access the Submission Service, please select the TOPIC of your interest and then open the Submission Service tab.
To access existing draft proposals, please login to the portal and select My Proposals from the My Area menu.

Call summary

Within energy research, fusion encompasses innovation in the domains of physics and technology in a wide variety of specialisations. The researchers in Europe are constantly challenging the science and improving the technology thereby creating the conditions for innovation, much of which can be exploited in other science and industrial sectors for the benefit of European society. A fundamental basis of the Euratom Programme complementing Horizon 2020 is to support innovation. In this context the researcher plays a critical role. This prize is being offered to highlight and reward the excellence in innovation that can be found in the fusion research programme as well as the quality of the researchers and industries involved.

For the detailed information on the general conditions, applicable law, exclusion, eligibility, award criteria, please refer to the Rules of Contest for prizese and the Euratom Workprogramme 2014 - 2015 that can be downloaded from the call documents.

In H2020, a proposal is submitted to a specific topic. The full set of information for preparing a proposal for a topic (eligibility and evaluation conditions, proposal templates, evaluation forms, etc.) is available on the topic conditions page. Select a topic from the call description page or go to Search Topics.

Download all documents
(EN only, incl. the additional docs.)

  • Legal basis - Specific Programme H2020 en
  • Legal basis - Framework Programme H2020 en
  • Legal basis - Rules for Participation en
  • WP H2020 - 19. General Annexes en
  • Euratom - Work Programme en
  • Draft corrigendum Euratom - Work Programme en
  • Rules of Contest for Prizes en
  • Euratom - Work Programme en

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