“Get ready for Horizon 2020” is a brief and simple introduction to how to develop an idea, prepare a proposal and conduct a EU-funded research and innovation project.
This 30-page guide explains the rationale of EU funding for research and innovation and describes the basic functioning of the Horizon 2020, the new EU framework programme. It offers a great number of practical and insider tips on how to read work programmes, identify opportunities, and prepare proposals. The evaluation criteria and procedure is also explained, highlighting what evaluators expect and how to avoid common mistakes.
A vast body of information exists but can be complex or time-consuming to go through. This guide is an ideal entry point for newcomers to Horizon 2020.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions is a mobility progarmme for researchers and research staff. This guide features original quotes from evaluators and provides useful suggestions and hints to weather the application process - and draft a proposal that truly corresponds to what is expected from projects that receive funding.
Research laboratories, private companies, and other organisations have been active participants in European research and innovation projects for many years. The end of the seventh Framework programme (FP7) and related programmes was a priviledged moment to take stock of past projects and put prominent participants in the limelight.
The publication now includes 28 stories from Luxembourg, five having been added in December 2014.