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Management and reporting of H2020 projects co-funded at national level: Joint Programming Initiatives, Joint Technology Initiatives and ERA-NET calls

Contributed by: EU CORE Consulting

From 2018-12-10 to 2018-12-11, Italy
The Horizon 2020 Programme includes actions that may provide for co-financing of Member States, in order to coordinate EU research policy and national research policy. This circumstance has important consequences for the management and in particular for the reporting of these projects.

It is indeed necessary to apply the financial rules of Horizon 2020 and those established for national research funding, which are often not coordinated with each other.
Management and reporting of H2020 projects co-funded at national level: Joint Programming Initiatives, Joint Technology Initiatives and ERA-NET calls
The course will deal with the reporting and management issues of the projects related to the Italian co-beneficiaries, with particular reference to the following initiatives:

• Joint Programming Initiatives: specific initiatives in which some EU Member States and/or Horizon Associated Countries (and sometimes also Third Countries) identify relevant social challenges to be met by coordinating national and regional research programmes. The currently active JPIs are ten: 1) Alzheimer and other Neurodegenerative Diseases (JPND); 2) Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (FACES); 3) A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life; 4) Cultural Heritage and Global Change: A New Challenge for Europe; 5) Urban Europe - Global Urban Challenges, Joint European Solutions; 6) Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe (CliK'EU); 7) More Years, Better Lives - The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change; 8) Antimicrobial Resistance - The Microbial Challenge - An Emerging Threat to Human Health; 9) Water Challenges for a Changing World; 10) Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans.

• Joint Technology Initiatives: these are Public-Private Partnerships established for the purpose of implementing Strategic Research Agendas developed by the European Technology Platforms for market sectors with a high innovation rate. Specifically, eight JTIs have been established so far: 1) "Innovative Medicines Initiative 2" (IMI2); 2) "Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2" (FCH2); 3) "Clean Sky 2" (CS2); 4) "Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership" (ECSEL); 5) "Single European Sky ATM Research" (SESAR); 6) "Fusion for Energy" (F4E); 7) "Bio-Based Industries" (BBI); 8) "Shift2Rail".

• ERANET: the ERANET projects last 5 years, during which the partnership (groups of research funders) undertake to launch and implement at least one or more transnational calls for the funding of research and innovation projects. These projects are partly funded by Horizon and partly by national/regional funds from the participating public bodies, which therefore regulate the access modalities and the eligibility criteria.

THE COURSE WILL BE HELD IN ITALIAN. Courses can also be offered in English on demand.

Dates: Monday 10th December 2018 and Tuesday 11th December 2018.

COURSE FEE: € 900,00+VAT. It is possible to benefit from a special rate for the registration of two or more people from the same Department/Office (€ 800,00+VAT each person). The fee includes tuition, full documentation (both in printed and electronic format), course certificate, coffee breaks and lunch.

Course venue: EU CORE Consulting (Via Santa Teresa 15, building A, first floor, 10121 Torino -

Deadline for registration: 30th November 2018.

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    EU CORE Consulting
    Via Santa Teresa 15
    10121 Turin


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