Logo UHasselt

menu

Onderzoek


Onderzoek

Logo UHasselt Universiteit Hasselt - Knowledge in action

< OVERZICHT

Hyperion Zoom session: "Getting Ready for Horizon Europe"    16 sep 2020

Hyperion Zoom session:
16 sep 2020

Hyperion Zoom session: "Getting Ready for Horizon Europe"

What?
Horizon Europe, 9th Framework Programme for research and innovation and successor of Horizon 2020, runs from 2021 to 2027. While the legislative process, which will formally establish Horizon Europe is still ongoing, the first work programmes are being drafted. To prepare for the launch of the first calls, the Research Coordination Office has invited dr. Sean McCarthy of Hyperion, authority in EU funding and policy, for an online training course "Getting Ready for Horizon Europe". This half-day workshop has been designed to help researchers and support staff to develop strategies to participate in the Horizon Europe programme.


When & where?
Due to the covid-19 pandemic we decided to hold the Hyperion workshop via Zoom.

  • Event date: Friday 30 October 2020
  • Event hours: 09:30 - 12:45
  • Event Type: Online session via Zoom
  • Free of charge
  • Mandatory registration in advance using this link.
  • This session is restricted to UHasselt staff.

Content of Workshop  (3 sessions of 45 min)

  • Intro 09:30 - 10:00 

  • Session 1: How to Prepare a Strategy for Horizon Europe 10:00  - 10:45
    • Module 1: From Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe
      • Proposed Structure of Horizon Europe
      • Evolution of Structure from Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe
      • Funding Landscape of Horizon Europe
      • What's New in Horizon Europe?

    • Module 2: How to Prepare a European Research Strategy
      • Profile of Successful Organsations in European Framework Programmes
      • Structure of Research Support Offices for Horizon Europe
      • Workshops to Support Researchers in planning for Horizon Europe

  • Session 2: Identifying Opportunities in Horizon Europe 11:00 - 11:45
    • Module 3: Pillar II (Clusters, Missions and European Partnerships)
      • Overview of Pillar II Clusters
      • Missions Proposed for Horizon Europe
      • European Partnership
        • Co-Programmed European Partnerships
        • Co-Funded European Partnerships
        • Institutional European Partnerships

    • Module 4: Pillar III - EIC (European Innovation Council)
      • Background to the EIC
      • EIC Pathfinder, EIC Accelerator, EIT
      • Scaling-up, Disruptive and Enabling Technologies

  • Session 3: Getting Ready for the First Calls for Proposals 12:00 - 12:45
    • Module 5: Proposal Intelligence (Who will Write the Topics?)
      • How to Read a Work Programme
      • How Topics are Defined in Pillar II
      • How to Explain Outputs, Outcomes and Impact
      • Expert Groups Contributing to the Topics

    • Module 6: Selecting Partners: Strategic Networking at a European Level
      • How Consortia are Formed
      • How to Identify Strategic Partners
      • How to Promote your Research Activities to Strategic Partners

    • Module 7: Understanding the Evaluation Process (Proposal Clinics)
      • How Horizon Europe Proposals are Evaluated
      • Remote Evaluators and Evaluation Committees
      • Screening Proposal Ideas using 'Proposal Clinics'