Welcome to the mind map (1) of the EU RTDI funding opportunities and support services!
Our purpose is to present potential beneficiaries with a tool to visualise the funding opportunities and support services available to them and to provide them with a different study and decision-making tool.
By presenting the EU research funding opportunities and support services in a graphical and non-linear manner, our intention with this mind map is to help the reader enumerate and connect every item so that he can see the synergies for himself.
The brainstorming dynamic emerging from a mind map also encourages a holistic approach that can help decision-makers to identify potential synergies between different types of funding schemes.
It is important to note that this mind map is meant to be a companion tool to the "Practical Guide to EU funding opportunities for research and innovation"
Please choose between viewing the map online or locally on your computer:
Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on behalf of the Commission is responsible for the use which might be made of the information contained in this publication.
The mind map of the EU RTDI funding opportunities and support services is by no means an exhaustive tool. Choices had to be made to keep it under a reasonable format and the information presented is by its very nature synthetic. We encourage you to always refer to the "Practical Guide to EU funding opportunities for research and innovation" and the CORDIS and European Union websites for detailed information. A good starting point is the web links provided in the mind map.
A great deal of additional information on EU research funding opportunities and support services can be found on CORDIS and on the Europa servers.
(1) A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other concepts related to each other and arranged around a keyword or central idea. Mind maps are used to generate, visualise, structure and classify ideas, and as a tool for study, organisation, problem-solving and decision-making purposes.
The elements of a given mind map are intuitively organised according to the importance of concepts and are classified in bubbles in order to represent all the connections between the information and offer a visual support to the user.
Last updated on: 2012-07-27