PROACTIVE INFORMATION DAY-
Brussels, 18 January 2012
FP7 CALL 9 was launched in 18 January 2012
Deadline for submission of proposals: 17 April 2012 (17h; Brussels local time)
- !!! PRESENTATIONS GIVEN AT THE INFO DAY ARE ON LINE !!!
- List of participants registered on 18 January 2012 ( 35 KB)
- Contact persons for each objective
- Purpose FP7-Call 9 Information day
- Proposers' Forum
- To provide up-to-date and first-hand information on the 4 FET initiatives in FP7-Call 9. Contractual, legal and administrative modalities will be also covered. A Q&A session will ensure that participants don't leave the event with unanswered questions.
- To facilitate the formation of consortia for proposals to the Call, and to promote synergies and collaborations across proposers through an open exchange 'Proposers Forum'. To this end, participants are encouraged to lay out their ideas for possible proposals, identify the expertise they are seeking for, or simply express their intention of getting involved in a consortium.
2011-9.9: Quantum ICT (QICT) including ERA-NET-Plus
Contact person: David Guedj
2011-9.10: Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems (FOCAS)
Contact person: Wide Hogenhout
2011-9.11: Neuro-Bio-Inspired Systems (NBIS)
Contact person: Christiane Wilzeck
Coordinating Communities, Identifying New Research topics for FET Proactive initiatives and fostering Networking of National and Regional Research Programmes.
Contact person: Jean-Marie Auger
- If you wish to make a PRESENTATION at any of the "Proposer Forum" sessions, please make it clear when you register by mentioning the related initiative (i.e. Unconventional Computation, Minimising Energy Consumption of Computation to the Limit, …) .
Please note that due to practical reasons, the
format for presentation is PowerPoint OR PDF and is limited to 2 slides (5 minutes).
(2 slides:for instance one presenting your activities and expertise and the other presenting your idea for a proposal and the expertise you are looking for).
- Centre de Conférences Albert Borschette" (CCAB), Rue Froissart 36, B-1040 Brussels.
How to get from the Brussels National Airport to the Conference Centre (CCAB)
However, during rush hours you should expect a travel time of 35-45 minutes.
By bus the estimated travel time to the "rond point Schuman" would be about 25-30 minutes.
Take bus line 12 Luxembourg to 'Schuman'. From there it is about a 5 minute walk to CCAB.
By train and metro the estimated travel time would be about 35 minutes.
Take the train to 'Gare Centrale'. From 'Gare Centrale' you take the metro to 'Schuman'
and from there it is about a 5 minute walk to CCAB.
Route description to CCAB from the main Central train Station
Map of CCAB area ( 459 KB)
- Download a detailed map of the Brussels metro ( 1691 KB)