Workshop on EU Funding: ICT

The aim of the workshop is to establish a strategic core group (SCG) for each thematic area under the EU Horizon 2020

Tirsdag, 24 juni, 2014 - 14:00 to 16:00

Dear CBS faculty,

CBS is hosting 7 workshops focusing on cross-disciplinary research
possibilities funded by national and European funding bodies.

Each workshop is organized by CBS researchers and focus on one of the
following strategic thematic areas that are central to both national and
EU funding (Horizon 2020) for next 7 years

• Health
• Food/Bioeconomy
• Energy
• Transport
• Climate
• Innovative Production

CBS research on organizational setup, management, business models, financing schemes, legal framework, innovation, ICT etc.  are central to all thematic areas. The workshops will therefore be relevant to CBS researchers with the ambition of working in cross-disciplinary project teams involving external partners  - be it in a national or a European context.

The aim of the workshop is to establish a strategic core group (SCG) for each thematic area. The core group members will be given special attention when publishing calls, they will be given access to early drafts, and they will be invited to comment on the call text as well as on the strategies and policies of the funding body. Researchers at CBS can sign in or out of the group at any time and for as many groups as they find relevant. The strategic core groups will be supported by RSO.

ITM is happy to host the ICT theme and to welcome you to the Workshop on ICT related topics in the Horizon2020 call, June 24th 14 - 16 at Howitzvej 60, 4th floor

Background: Why does CBS need strategic core groups on thematic areas
Short introduction of participants in the workshop
Insights from an insider: Britta Thomsen (former MEP) and active participant in the development of the Horizon 2020 research programme. Britta Thomsen will explain about the evaluation criteria and provide some insights on how to address an EU-funding call.
Henrik Valentin Jensen, Senior consultant Confederation of Danish Industries will provide insights to collaboration with industry. Henrik Valentin Jensen shares his insights on collaboration between industry and research in EU-funded projects.
Welcome to learn more about a funding strategy that will guide Denmark
and CBS in the coming years.

Registration is not necessary - please join and get to know peers with interest in ICT aspects in the Horizon 2020 programme.
For further information please contact Helle Zinner Henriksen, Associate Professor at ITM and organizer of the event

Organised by ITM/ Helle Zinner Henriksen
Date June 24
Time 14-16
Location HOW 60, 4.01


Sidst opdateret: Communications // 02/06/2017