A training course, conducted in French and organised by Interface Europe, will take place on 7 July 2015 in Paris, France. The aim is to improve understanding of the new objectives of the Horizon 2020 programmme regarding impact and innovation and learn how to apply them in EU H2020 projects.
7 July 2015 - 7 July 2015
Session 1: How to define and describe the 'innovative concept' of your project?
How to define an innovative concept? How should this concept become the cornerstone of your proposal ('Excellence', 'Impact' and 'Implementation' sections)?
Session 2 : Impact? Innovation? What are we talking about in European projects?
Understand the new objectives of the Horizon 2020 program regarding impact and innovation. Learn how to apply them in your projects. - Definition of research and innovation on European level. - Impact, a key element of your proposal success - Make a distinction between the innovative character of your research and innovation
Session 3 :Which is the best integrated model to build your research and innovation project?
Which models to use to build your project: TRL, MRL, Value Chain, Impact, etc.? An integrated model to build a relevant and coherent project: a methodology to draft a winning project.
Session 4: How to design your project to meet the market and societal requirements of the European Commission?
The integrated process to understand the proposals forms: research, application, usage, markets, societal challenges, etc. Application to the submission forms
Session 5: What are the consequences on the consortium building as well as the risk assessment?
Consequences of innovation and impact on the building of your consortium: the concept of « value chain » Consequences on the risk assessment all along the value chain Application to the submission forms