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ENRICH/Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 is the European Union’s €77 billion (over US$100 billion) research and innovation program for 2014 – 2020. 

Official Horizon 2020 website (including topic areas, programs, and funding opportunities)

Horizon 2020 Participant Portal (electronic submission and grant management system)

Press Release

H2020 Funding Opportunities Targeting International Collaboration (including with the U.S.)

Horizon 2020 Factsheets and Presentations

Newly Signed Implementing Arrangement for EU-US Science and Technology Collaboration

FAQs the Implementing Arrangement

 

Current Projects with Horizon 2020 

European Network of Research and Innovation Centres and Hubs (ENRICH)

ENRICH is the European Network of Research and Innovation Centres and Hubs. Promoted by the European Commission through Horizon 2020, the ENRICH Network currently offers services to connect European research, technology and business organisations with three global frontrunner innovation markets: Brazil, China and the USA. ENRICH in the USA is powered by NearUS, the H2020 initiative to establish a Network of European Research and Innovation Centres throughout the United States of America. ENRICH USA acts as a central contact point for European research and innovation actors seeking to grow and reinforce collaboration across the Atlantic.

ENRICH Website 

NCURA is a active and official consortium partner for ENRICH and aims to support European researchers and innovators and to accelerate access to the US market.

Resources 

ENRICH Services 

Opportunities 

Webinars 

News and Events 

 

Past Projects with Horizon 2020

1) Bilat USA 4.0

 

 

NCURA was official partner (ended in 2018) in the Bilat USA 4.0 project and has the role of promoting U.S. participation in Horizon 2020 programs through workshops, on-line communications, and face-to-face meetings. 

2) Bilat USA 2.0

 

Bilat USA 2.0 was a European Union initiative to promote European and U.S. research partnerships and collaboration.  This resource provides specific information useful for U.S. researchers and institutions that are interested in participating in Horizon 2020. 

Bilat USA 2.0

Additional resources:

Official Horizon 2020 website (including topic areas, programs, and funding opportunities)

Serve as an Expert / Peer Reviewer for Horizon 2020 programs

Webinar Series on Horizon 2020 Opportunities for U.S. Researchers

 

For additional information on Horizon 2020 and opportunities for U.S. organizations please contact:

Claire Chen, Senior Manager, Global Initiatives  (chen@ncura.edu / +1-202-466-3894)  

Mende Yangden, Program Assistant, Global Initiatives (yangden@ncura.edu / +1-202-655-7255)

 

 

 

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