EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation
With a budget of just under 80 billion euros, HORIZON 2020, the EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation, has now been promoting cross-border cooperation between research associations from companies, research centers, and universities from 2014 to 2020.
The funds are used to support top-level research and to address Europe's social, economic, environmental, and industrial challenges. The aim of this strategy is to create more growth and jobs through increased innovation in products, services, and processes.
We would be happy to advise you regarding the various opportunities for receiving EU research funding.
In our basic consultation we are available to answer your questions about each step of the way – from your first idea for a project to submitting an application, and, of course, to implementing the project.
The central funding measure of Horizon 2020 is collaborative research. In such joint research projects, consortia from science and industry apply for thematic calls for proposals issued by the European Commission. There is a large number of calls, each with different priorities and different funding schemes.
European Research Council
The European Research Council promotes innovative basic and frontier research and is aimed at scientists at all career levels. The annual calls for proposals are open to all topics.
You can find further information on our European Research Council page.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
The Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions seek to boost international mobility and career development of scientists. In addition to fellowships for individual applicants, there are also schemes for international structured doctoral training.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology, or EIT for short, aims to strengthen competitiveness and innovation and to promote sustainable economic growth in Europe.
You can find further information on our EIT KICs page.
We would be happy to advise you regarding the various opportunities for receiving EU research funding. Further information can be found on the Intranet.
Further offers and information
Here you have the option of registering for our two newsletters so you will always be kept up-to-date on any new developments. On the intranet you can register for our newsletter on research funding and our newsletter on third-party funding.
Furthermore, we regularly organize workshops and seminars on what’s new in European research funding. You can find an overview of our offerings on our seminars and worshops page.
A complete overview of EU projects funded at RWTH Aachen University can be found in our project database.
Horizon 2020 is scheduled to end on December 31, 2020. The follow-up program Horizon Europe will start on January 1, 2021. We have put together more information for you on our Horizon Europe page.
|Division 4.2 – Management of Third-Party Funds / European Union Section / EU Proposals and Projects Advising|
|Caroline Biechele||Telephone: +49 241 80 96533
|Sebastian Dornieden||Telephone: +49 241 80 90497
|Christof Kuhstoß||Telephone: +49 241 80 92507
|Vera Winter||Telephone: +49 241 80 90503