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"Horizon2020" is the name the European Commission (EC) has given the €77 billion it will provide for "excellent science," industrial leadership", and "societal challenges" between 2014 and 2020. The ultimate aim of these funds is political: to support research and "close to market" as well as market activities to enhance the competitiveness of the EU, create jobs and solve other pressing issues.

These funds are disbursed in two main ways: top down and bottom up. 

Bobottomupttom Up Approach: European Research Council (ERC) and Marie Curie Individual Fellowships

The EC uses a "bottom up" funding approach to support "excellent science." Individual researchers (and their teams) can choose topics they want to obtain funding for.  ERC  and Marie Curie are best known "bottom up" funded EU Programmes, and those most relevant to Philipps-Universitaet Marburg researchers. For information on how these work (amounts, eligibility and evaluation criteria, restrictions, deadlines) see the Bottom Up Funding pages.

Top  Dgreen_arrowown Approach: "Collaborative Research"

The EC uses a "top down" funding approach to support collaborative Research to address societal challenges. As such, top down funding is more "political" than bottom up, as it ultimately also has to address current EC policy issues.  International consortia respond to funding calls on a specific aspect of one of societal challenges the EC has identified as being of special importance. For Information on how These work (amounts, eligibility and Evaluation criteria, restrictions, Deadlines) see the Top Down Funding page.

The "top down" Work Programmes -
containg the calls for proposals -
developed for 2014 and 2015 focus on the topics below:     
During 2016 and 2017,
the Work Programmes will focus on:                                         
  • digital security
  • digital security
  • smart cities
  • smart cities
  • energy efficiency
  • energy efficiency
  • low carbon energy
  • low carbon energy
  • blue growth
  • blue growth
  • food security
  • food security
  • personalised healthcare
  • "internet of things"
  • waste
  • automated road transport
  • water
  • sustainable industrial production ("the circular economy")
  • mobility

  • disaster protection

  • tackling the financial crisis

For information on how these work (topics, amounts, eligibility and evaluation criteria, restrictions, deadlines) see the top down funding page.

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 10.02.2015 · michelj

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