The first edition of the Horizon Europe info-days, will take place online from 28 June to 9 July 2021. The 10-day event will give the opportunity to prospective applicants, and other stakeholders of EU research and innovation, to receive information and ask questions about the novelties, main funding instruments and processes of Horizon Europe.
Digital in the 2021-2027 Multiannual Financial Framework
European Research and Innovation Days is the European Commission’s annual flagship Research and Innovation event, bringing together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond.
On 22 June 2021 (14h00-16h00) the European Commission will organise an info session about how to successfully prepare a Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) or Public Procurement of Innovative solutions (PPI) type proposal for the Horizon Europe programme. This online webinar session will explain what are the funding conditions for these funding instruments, how the evaluation and submission process works, and what are the novelties that were introduced compared to the previous Horizon 2020 programme based on lessons learnt of past projects. You can also ask questions before and during the webinar. There is no need to register for the webinar.
This webinar about successful preparation of a Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) or Public Procurement of Innovative solutions (PPI) type proposal for the Horizon Europe programme is organised by the European Commission.
The Commission has adopted the main work programme of Horizon Europe for the period 2021-2022, which outlines the objectives and specific topic areas that will receive a total of €14.7 billion in funding. These investments will help accelerate the green and digital transitions and will contribute to sustainable recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and to EU resilience against future crises. They will support European researchers through fellowships, training and exchanges, build more connected and efficient European innovation ecosystems and create world-class research infrastructures. Moreover, they will encourage participation across Europe and from around the world, while at the same time strengthening the European Research Area.
Interested in EU funding for your next innovation procurement? Horizon Europe provides funding opportunities for pre-commercial procurements (PCPs) and public procurements of innovative solutions (PPIs) in different fields: ICT, health, security, climate change, satellite and research infrastructures etc.
Leading the Digital Decade is a two-day online event focused on Europe’s digital transformation towards 2030.What should the future of digital in Europe be? What should our 2030 goals be when it comes to digital transformation? How can we make sure we meet our objectives? These are the main questions that Leading the Digital Decade aims to answer.
During this webinar a methodology for assessing the digital maturity of customers of the EDIHs will be presented and feedback from participants will be heard.
On 4 May 2021 a Commission Decision was adopted on the financing of pilot projects and preparatory actions in the field of "Communications Networks, Content and Technology" and on the adoption of the work programme for 2021.
Please note that this event has been postponed. A new date will be fixed soon and announced on this page. This is the third workshop dedicated to the restricted call to setup the initial network of European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs). The call will be launched in the spring, with a planned deadline in the third quarter 2021. The aim is to clarify the many aspects relevant to the European call and the setting up of the initial network. This one will focus on co-funding and state aid issues.
Report on the main conclusions arising from the workshop on what role standards play with regard to data sharing.
Active and fruitful collaboration between European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH) will be a key element in the network of EDIHs. On 13 April 2021, an on-line webinar discussed the various options for collaboration between EDIHs in the different contexts, and how the collaboration activities should be mentioned in the text of the proposals. Examples of different forms of collaborations were presented. 600+ participants attended the on-line event.
The call to set up the initial network of European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) will be launched in the spring, with a planned deadline in the third quarter 2021. To clarify the many aspects relevant to the European call and the setting up of the initial network, the European Commission is organising a cycle of thematic online workshops for stakeholders. This one will focus on collaboration between EDIHs in the network.
The European Union Institutions appoint external experts to assist in the evaluation of grant applications, projects and tenders, and to provide opinions and advice in specific cases. The new call for expression of interest for experts for the programming period 2021-2027 is now open.
A wide range of European projects working on digital transformation developed their own platforms or marketplaces, offering solutions for companies to improve their production processes, products, or business models with advanced technologies. During this workshop, different initatives and projects will present their offer and opportunities available for candidate European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs).
The European Commission wants to support data sharing among manufacturing companies and with (service) providers by the facilitation of Manufacturing Data Spaces, which will serve as a model to show how sharing industrial data improves company operations, enhances business opportunities, and supports the transition towards a circular economy. To this end, we are preparing a call within the framework of the Digital Europe programme.
A cycle of webinars is organised by the European Commission to clarify issues related to the European Digital Innovation Hubs restricted call.
The European Commission welcomes the agreement reached by the European Parliament and the Council on the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) proposal, worth €33.7 billion, as part of the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027.
The 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) is preparing for the next chapter in the mobile communications story with the new Smart Networks and Services (SNS) European Partnership in the framework of the Horizon Europe programme, and is expanding its membership.
The event brings together speakers from all over Europe and includes interventions by researchers, business leaders and political and governmental officials with the aim of mobilizing the whole Europe for the “Horizon Europe, 2021-27” programme and its articulation with national programmes of recovery and resilience, in preparation under the “Next Generation EU, 2021-27” programme.