Access to Research Infrastructures - How to apply
Access to Research Infrastructures (ARI)
How to apply to ARI - (for information only - no more calls under the IHP programme)
Making a proposal
To make a proposal for an Enhancing Access to Research Infrastructure project (access to infrastructure, co-operation networks, research and technological development projects, round-tables and exploratory workshops) applicants will require:
1. The Call as published in the Official Journal of the European Communities and announced on this web site. The Call indicates the ‘Call identifier’, which is the reference number to be indicated in the proposal;
2. The Guide for Proposers, which provides all the information required by applicants, including rules for participation, how to prepare and submit a proposal, the criteria for evaluation, etc.;
3. The proposal form for the particular type of project of application (e.g. access to infrastructure, co-operation network, etc.)
The third and final call for Enhancing Access to Research Infrastructure proposals for access to major infrastructure, infrastructure co-operation networks, round-tables and exploratory networks had as deadline the 15th February 2001. This was the last call for this activity in the Fifth Framework Programme.
The documentation relating to the three ARI calls under the IHP programme is available for information.
List of calls