An industry-driven EUREKA ICT Cluster in the area of telecommunications, new media, future Internet, and applications & services focusing on the "Smart Connected World" paradigm. Celtic-Plus is open to any type of organisations covering the Celtic-Plus research areas, large industry as well as small companies or universities and research organisations.
  • New fast call process; one single, full proposal phase; no proposal outline phase is required
  • In order to speed up the funding decision process each project participant must submit a national funding application in parallel to the proposal submission
  • Well evaluated but not labeled proposals may get a second chance by submitting refined proposals at the second call deadline about six months later
  • All relevant Call information and documents are available on the Celtic-Plus Call Information Website
  • National contacts for funding applications are on the Celtic-Plus national contact points Webpage.
  • On the Celtic-Plus proposers day that took place on the 29 of June 2015 in Paris, ten proposals were presented and discussed, and are looking for additional partners. See the presentations with descriptions and contact information on the proposers day page.

Funding rules -
Celtic-Plus projects receive public funding, depending on the national funding decisions, of up to 50%. Contact your National Public Authority or the Celtic Office for more information on funding.

Celtic-Plus calls for proposals are defined on a bi-annual basis. Every year there are two submission possibilities.

Making a Celtic-Plus project proposal is easy. Just register on the Celtic-Plus Online proposal tool, fill in the Webforms, and upload your proposal in pdf.

To speed up the call and funding decision process, each project participant should submit a national funding application in parallel to the proposal submission. A short proposal abstract (including a short project outline, intended consortium partners/ countries) can be submitted until one month before the deadline for a first check to the Celtic Office.

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