ICT Proposers’ Day 2017

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ICT Proposers’ Day 2017 will take place on 9 and 10 November in Budapest, Hungary. This networking event centres on European ICT Research & Innovation with a special focus on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-20. An Opening Ceremony and Social Event will be organised by the Hungarian Ministry of National Development and will take place on 8 November.

The event will focus on the 2018 Calls for Proposals of the Horizon 2020 Work Programme in the field of Information & Communication Technologies. It will offer an exceptional opportunity to build quality partnerships with academics, researchers, industrial stakeholders, SMEs and government actors from all over Europe.

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The programme will include:

  • Networking sessions where potential proposers present their project ideas, organised according to the Pillars and Topics of the Work Programme 2018-20;
  • Information sessions on how to prepare and submit a proposal;
  • Information stands on the ICT-related topics of the Work Programme 2018-20 and the content of the calls for proposals;
  • A European Commission information desk to supply information on the content and logistics of the event;
  • Booths, organised by village, which serve as meeting points for people interested in the same research topics;
  • Ample space for informal networking and bilateral meetings between participants.
  • Workshops and Face2Face Brokerage organised by Ideal-Ist.

More info and registration:  https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/events/ict-proposers-day-2017

 

 

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