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Autres programmes européens

Du fait de la multitude de programmes et d'instruments financés par l'Union Européenne, le nombre exact de "programmes européens" est difficile à appréhender. Il est par conséquent difficile d'en établir une liste exhaustive.

Le choix du programme se fait en fonction du type de projet (individuel/collaboratif), de la nature des activités financées (équipement, missions...etc) et des besoins spécifiques à chaque chercheur.

Autres programmes européens à retenir pour la Recherche


COST

Programme COSTCOST - coopération européenne en science et technologie - est un programme de mise en réseau des communautés scientifiques en Europe. Son objectif : renforcer la recherche scientifique et technique par le soutien à la coopération entre chercheurs européens et internationaux.



EUREKA

Programme EUREKALe réseau EUREKA vise à augmenter la compétitivité européenne en renforçant la coopération industrielle entre les PME, les centres de recherche et les universités dans le domaine de l'innovation industrielle.
La France finance trois actions dans le cadre d'EUREKA : le soutien aux projets coopératifs menés par des entreprises, le programme EUROSTARS et les initiatives stratégiques dites "clusters".

LIFE

Programme LIFELIFE est le programme 2014-2020 pour l'environnement et l'action pour le climat et remplace le programme Life+ (2007-2013). Depuis 1992, LIFE a cofinancé quelque 4306 projets. Pour la période de financement 2014-2020, LIFE contribuera environ 3,4 milliards € à la protection de l'environnement et le climat.


Programme Europe Creative

Programme Europe CreativeLe programme "Europe créative" préserve et défend la diversité culturelle et linguistique, tout en renforçant la compétitivité des secteurs de la culture et de la création.

  

Actualités

 

Programme COSTProgramme COST

  • Sustainable ageing is a major policy challengeCurrent policies overlook the diversity of ageing populations, which can increase social exclusion in later life. This was the message presented in Brussels on the 20th February at the Sustainable Ageing European policy seminar, ‘Older People and European Public Policy Beyond 2020,’ organised by COST Action ROSEnet. 21 février 2018
  • Connecting women in scienceIf you had to pick your favourite female researcher, who would it be? This has been the question on social media over the last week and for good reason, the 11 February was the International day for Women and Girls in Science. We are wrapping up our week-long celebration by introducing some of the women participating in COST-funded networks. We asked them about their experience starting out in the world of research, and what drove their careers forward.

    19 février 2018
  • Czech Republic Info Day COST held an Info Day in Prague on the 16th February to encourage greater participation of researchers from the Czech Republic in European research activities. 16 février 2018
  • Extension of Memorandum of Understanding between COST and Joint Research Centre COST and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) have signed an extension to their Memorandum of Understanding, which will cover the next five years. The extension strengthens the commitment between the two organisations to work together in order to promote research excellence through networking activities. 15 février 2018
  • COST Customer Satisfaction Survey Over the month of February, COST will conduct its biannual Customer Satisfaction Survey. 5 février 2018


Programme EUREKAProgramme EUREKA

  • Smart Systems Integration 2018 - SSI 2018

    This annual event, part of the activities of the European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration (EPoSS), is the international communication platform for research institutes

    21 février 2018
  • TechXLR8 - Internet of Things World Europe

    Backed by IT, operations and executive leaders, IoT World Europe is a stage where IoT comes to life – where R&D and proofs of concept are turned into actual applications, at scale and across global businesses.

    21 février 2018
  • ENRICH Innovation Tour in China

    Industry 4.0 & Made in China 2025


    This event offers a unique opportunity for matchmaking in the Intelligent Manufacturing sector and opens a world of business, research and innovation cooperation opportunities.

    20 février 2018
  • Series: upcoming challenges for smart manufacturing #02

    ITEA Chairwoman Zeynep Sarilar on the integration of high-tech concepts, customer/human-centric design, security, servitisation and the importance of open source.

    20 février 2018
  • Compounding World EXPO 2018

    This international event, organised by AMI and Compounding World, will feature an international array of suppliers of polymer additives

    19 février 2018

Programme LIFEProgramme LIFE+




  • How LIFE projects contribute to a greener and innovative industryEU Industry Day
    The second annual EU Industry Day on 22-23 February will bring hundreds of industry experts to Brussels for an update on the EU's strategy towards industrial competitiveness and manufacturing in Europe. Speakers include no fewer than three European Commissioners, two European Commission Vice-Presidents, and the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani.
    22 février 2018
  • Keep that noise downLIFE Gioconda
    This month, school students from Terni, in Italy, are teaming up with academics and local officials to tackle environmental threats in everyday surroundings. Their collaboration notably addresses health risks arising from air pollution and ambient noise. As part of the LIFE-funded project Gioconda, 170 pupils met with researchers from Italy's National Research Council (CNR), and representatives from Umbria's Regional Environmental Protection Agency, their local health agency and the municipality.
    19 février 2018
  • Two- stage application for LIFE Environment sub-programme - a major simplification for LIFE applicantsLIFE LOGO
    The project submission procedure for the 2018 call under LIFE's Environment sub-programme will undergo changes for simplicity. Applications will be submitted in two stages. The first stage is a concept note, approximately 10 pages long. Applicants that make it through to the second stage of LIFE's Environment sub-programme will then submit their full proposal based on feedback from the LIFE programme. For the LIFE Climate Action sub-programme, the submission procedure remains unchanged. Applicants will submit full proposals from the start.
    14 février 2018


 Programme Europe CreativeProgramme Europe Creative


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