Webinar: HORIZON 2020 for novice participants from Ukraine

5. Nov 2013

BILAT-UKR*AINA project - Webinar on HORIZON 2020 for Ukrainian researchers and project experts, 7 November 2013

In line with BILAT UKR*AINA objectives to promote S&T cooperation opportunities between Ukraine and EU, to support the creation of networks and the participation in joint projects, we are pleased to announce a webinar on Horizon 2020 addressing future Ukrainian participants in EU funded S&T projects.

This webinar will be the first of many information and mentoring web-sessions on the opportunities for Ukrainian researchers and project experts in the EU’s new framework programme for research, technology and innovation: Horizon 2020. These web-sessions are free, easily accessible and open to all S&T actors interested in Ukraine-EU cooperation. They will be performed in English language only.

The first webinar will take place on Thursday, 7th of November 2013 between 9:30 and 11:00 AM (CET).

It will address specifically Ukrainian researchers and project experts that never participated in EU funded projects before, and are strongly interested in expending their cooperation with their European fellows under the umbrella of Horizon 2020. The webinar will provide firsthand information about the general structure and content of Horizon 2020, and more precisely what are the opportunities for Ukraine-EU cooperation, and the modalities for participation:

  • What is Horizon 2020, and what are the opportunities for joint research projects?
  • Opportunities for mobility within Horizon 2020
  • How to participate in a Horizon 2020 project?
  • Ukraine-EU S&T cooperation within EU’s framework programmes: success stories

Our dedicated speakers will readily answer all questions during and after the webinar.

If you are interested in attending the webinar, please REGISTER here before Thursday, 31st of October. The link to connect to the webinar will be sent to registered participants only!




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