The European Commission has presented a new Horizon 2020 Work Program, covering 2018, 2019 and 2020 budget years, and provides for funding of about 30 billion euro.
Horizon 2020 is the largest European Union Research and Innovation Framework. Participation in this program enables scholars, researchers, representatives of small and medium enterprises to carry out advanced research, implement innovative ideas, contribute not only to the development of the economy of their country but also to the creation of a better future for the planet.
Horizon 2020 is an “open to the world” program and offers great prospects for participants from EU member states, associates, researchers, universities, research organizations, companies, non-governmental organizations from other countries. The current Work Program includes thirty flagship initiatives with a budget of more than 1 billion euros with individual countries.
Also, the new Work Program is aimed at:
You can find out more about the new Work Program by following links:
More information on the new Horizons 2020 Work Program for 2018-2020.
Information about competitions announced in the framework of the new Work Program for 2018-2020.
Work programs for 2018-2020 in directions.
We remind that Ukraine became an associate member of the European Union Research and Innovation Framework Program Horizon 2020 in Ukraine. This greatly expanded our ability to participate in the program, in particular, increased access to financial instruments, and Ukraine can now influence the content of the program.