Ideal-ist is holding 2 proposal check events for ICT calls in H2020 in 2018:
13th of March 2017 in Oslo
14th of March 2018 in Vienna
The events offer proposers a chance to improve the quality of project proposals based on feedback from experienced external experts and national contact points (NCPs). The event aims to transfer useful knowledge and increase proposers' chances for funding. This service is also being offered remotely.
Interested proposers will provide a good first draft of their proposal for the selected ICT call topic (see the list below) and receive qualified feedback from experienced evaluators immediately during the proposal check session. The session consists of the evaluators reading the proposal and a feedback round. All participating experts will sign a confidentiality declaration.
It will be possible to receive additional consulting by experienced NCP staff.
Ideal-ist will offer a remote evaluation for selected participants. Experienced evaluators will sit in Oslo, Vienna or Prague and meet with proposers via Skype. The remote nature of this workshop will require that proposals are sent electronically. There are a limited number of places for this remote evaluation. If you are interested please contact
SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS
Proposers who apply to participate at the event go through a quality assurance process. They will be contacted before the event to assess the degree of completion of their proposals. Short-listed candidates will be invited based on the available places.
WHO CAN ATTEND
The event will support proposals for ICT calls under H2020, with a deadline in April, 2018. Admission to the event is for the coordinator (i.e. one person, mandatory) plus one representative from a project partner institution (i.e. one optional person). In exceptional cases, the coordinator may name a proxy to attend.
The evaluators on-site do not check the eligibility of the proposers to submit a proposal for the topic. Therefore it is strongly recommended that the proposers have an abstract of their proposal checked by their NCP.
The event is free of charge, however, places are limited.
For further questions, please contact your NCP or send an e-mail to the address below:
Applications can be submitted via the online registration form by the coordinators:
LIST OF RELEVANT TOPICS
LEIT – Information and Communication Technologies
ICT-02-2018: Flexible and Wearable Electronics
ICT-03-2018-2019: Photonics Manufacturing Pilot Lines for Photonic Components and Devices
ICT-04-2018: Photonics based manufacturing, access to photonics, datacom photonics and connected lighting
ICT-07-2018: Electronic Smart Systems (ESS)
ICT-11-2018-2019: HPC and Big Data enabled Large-scale Test-beds and Applications
ICT-12-2018-2020: Big Data technologies and extreme-scale analytics
ICT-13-2018-2019: Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy
ICT-16-2018: Software Technologies
ICT-18-2018: 5G for cooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM)
ICT-21-2018: EU-US Collaboration for advanced wireless platforms
ICT-24-2018-2019: Next Generation Internet - An Open Internet Initiative
ICT-25-2018-2020: Interactive Technologies
ICT-26-2018-2020: Artificial Intelligence
ICT-27-2018-2020: Internet of Things
ICT-28-2018: Future Hyper-connected Sociality
ICT-29-2018: A multilingual Next Generation Internet
ICT-31-2018-2019: EU-US collaboration on NGI
ICT-32-2018: STARTS – The Arts stimulating innovation
ICT-34-2018-2019: Pre-Commercial Procurement open
ICT-35-2018: Fintech: Support to experimentation frameworks and regulatory compliance
DT-ICT-02-2018: Robotics - Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH)
DT-ICT-06-2018: Coordination and Support Activities for Digital Innovation Hub network
DT-ICT-07-2018-2019: Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories