Detail výzvy

FET-Open – Novel ideas for radically new technologies

Mezinárodní Evropská komise Horizon 2020
14. 10. 2015 5. 9. 2017 27. 9. 2017 4x H2020-FETOPEN-2016-2017 Odkaz na výzvu FORTHCOMING
This call aims to support the early stages of joint science and technology research for radically new future technological possibilities. The call is entirely non-prescriptive with regards to the nature or purpose of the technologies that are envisaged and thus targets mainly the unexpected. A bottom-up selection process will build up a diverse portfolio of projects. In order to identify and seize opportunities of long-term benefit for citizens, the economy and society, the early detection of promising new areas, developments and trends, wherever they come from, will be essential. The FET-Open call also seeks for coordination and support activities to turn Europe into the best place in the world for responsible collaborative research and innovation on future and emerging technologies that will make a difference for society in the decades to come. Finally, a specific topic under this call aims to stimulate innovation by initiating entrepreneurial activities around results from FET research projects. For FETOPEN-01-2016-2017, an amount of EUR 84.00 million will be equally allocated to each of the three cut-off dates. The budget for the third cut-off date will be provided in part from the 2017 budget (EUR 26.50 million) and from the 2018 budget (EUR 57.50 million).[[The budget amounts for the 2018 budget are indicative and will be subject to a separate financing decision]] Please find hereafter the link to the Ethics self assessment guide : A total number of 381 proposals were submitted in response to the H2020-FETOPEN-2016-2017 call with the cut-off date 17th of January, 2017. The number of proposals received for each action is shown below: • RIA: 371 • CSA: 10   A total number of 91 proposals were submitted in response to FETOPEN-04-2016-2017 (CSA) with the cut-off on 29th of September.   The submission session is now available for FETOPEN-03-2017: FET-Open Coordination and Support Actions. We wouldlike to remind all applicants to specify on the title page of Part B, Sections 1-3, one of the two topics they apply for - either FET Futures [2017] or FET Exchange [2017].   Following the update of FET H2020 Work Programme for 2017, the submission of FET-Open proposals is reopened. Please note that for topic FETOPEN-01-2016-2017: FET-Open research and innovation actions the indicative amount of the EU contribution has changed: The Commission considers that proposals requesting a contribution from the EU of up to EUR 3 million would allow this specific challenge to be addressed appropriately. A total number of 561 proposals were submitted in response to H2020-FETOPEN-2016 call with the cut-off on 11th of May. The number of proposals for each action is shown below: • CSA: 14 • RIA: 547 Please note that the submission of proposals has been temporarily suspended in view of the upcoming update of the FET H2020 Work Programme for 2017. Submissions until the cut-off date of 11/5/2016 will be treated according to the Work Programme in force at that date (European Commission Decision C (2015)6776 of 13 October 2015 More information will follow in July 2016.   Please find hereafter the link to the Ethics guide “How to complete your ethics self-assessment”. The document aims to assist applicants in getting proposals ‘ethics-ready’ for Horizon 2020 funding Following the previous message, the template available in the submission system has been replaced and is now the correct one.  Please note that there is a specific template for FET-Open Research and Innovation Actions that is different from the standard RIA template. The template is available in section 5 of “Topic conditions and documents” under the Topic “FETOPEN-01-2016-2017:FET-Open research and innovation actions”: The template available in the submission system is the standard one and should not be used. It will be soon replace with the correct template.   Release 1 of the Questions and Answers Document has been published and can be found on the Participant Portal: