The European Commission invites all researchers from the public and private sectors in Georgia to participate in a Horizon Europe Information Day. The online event will take place on 28 May.
The Information Day is organised in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia in its capacity as coordinator of the National Contact Points for Horizon Europe in Georgia. The event aims to support the successful participation of Georgia in the EU Framework Programme Horizon Europe and the European Research Area.
The Info Day will give participants the opportunity to receive information and ask questions about the structure of Horizon Europe and modalities for participation in the calls for proposals. Dedicated sessions will introduce different parts of Horizon Europe, such as Clusters & Missions (for example, health, climate, and food), Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), the European Research Council (ERC), and Widening Participation.
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