F2F brokerage event @ H2020 ICT Proposers' Day 2017

Ideal-ist @ ICT Proposers' Day 2017

 

ICT Proposers Day 2017 will be held on 9-10 November 2017 in Budapest, Hungary.

The event will focus on networking for Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2018-20, including ICT calls across all three pillars of Horizon 2020.

The event will offer an exceptional occasion to build quality partnerships as it will connect academia, research institutes, industrial stakeholders, SMEs and government actors from all over Europe. The event is free of charge but registration is required.

In total, more than 3,000 researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, industry representatives, young people and policy makers are expected to attend.

Ideal-ist, the network of National Contact Points for ICT research and innovation is organising a series of events at the ICT Proposers day:

9 NOV 14:00-15:30 Workshop:
Contractual Public Private Partnerships - a Vision for the Future
9 NOV 16:00-17:30 Workshop:
Innovation & Impact
10 NOV 14:00-15:30 Workshop:
Cascading Grants in Horizon 2020
9-10 NOV  All day Face2Face Brokerage Event
9-10 NOV  All day Ideal-ist Booth

 

For more info on ICT Proposers Day 2017 please visit:
Main event site: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/events/ict-proposers-day-2017
Ideal-ist at ICT Proposers Day: http://www.ideal-ist.eu/event/ict-proposers-day-2017
Face2Face brokerage event: https://www.b2match.eu/ictproposersday2017


Ideal-ist Face2Face Brokerage Event @ ICT Proposers Day
When: 9-10 November 2017

Ideal-ist invites the ICT community to engage in pre-arranged meetings at its Face2Face Brokerage event organised to facilitate the formation of consortia for upcoming Horizon 2020 calls and beyond. Ideal-ist is organising this event in cooperation with EEN (European Enterprise Network) within the ICT Event.

This networking event will target a wide range of actors in the ICT sector from academy and industry from Europe and other countries interested in sharing new project ideas and finding collaboration partners for projects under ICT oriented calls across Horizon 2020 and beyond.

At our previous events, over 1000 participants from 50 different countries, representing universities, research institutes, SMEs and large companies all across Europe and beyond, joined the brokerage event co-organised by Ideal-ist and EEN, and held over 4000 meetings.
Come and be part of our 2017 brokerage event! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to connect with potential partners from all over the world!

For more information please visit or write to us:
Main event site, registration: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/events/ict-proposers-day-2017
Face2Face brokerage event: https://www.b2match.eu/ictproposersday2017


Ideal-ist Exhibition
When: 9-10 November 2017

As the network of National Contact Points for ICT in Horizon 2020, Ideal-ist, supports organisations interested in EU research and innovation in over 65 countries. The exhibition stand at the ICT Proposers' Day will be a meeting and information point for anyone interested in learning more about ICT in Horizon 2020, and Ideal-ist activities and services. Visitors can hold Face2Face meetings with Ideal-ist representatives, pick up Ideal-ist promotional materials, and try on-line demonstrations of tools and services, including the toolbox for proposers and our partner search system.


Ideal-ist Workshop:
Contractual Public Private Partnerships - a Vision for the Future  
When: 9 November 2017, 14:00-15:30

Contractual Public Private Partnerships (cPPPs) are cornerstones for Europe´s aim of maintaining and developing leading technologies. The roadmaps of cPPPs encourage innovation in Europe and strongly influence European research funding.

Participants in the workshop will gain insight into cPPPs´ new priorities for the upcoming ICT LEIT work programme. To also tackle the future perspectives, there will be a discussion on what role technology development could play in the next framework programme. The EC perspective will be a part of the discussion.

Workshop attendees are invited to contribute to the session by asking questions.

Representatives from 5G, Cybersecurity, Photonics, HPC, Robotics, Big Data and Factories of the Future will participate in the workshop panel.

The workshop will provide additional information to the individual conference sessions (work programme call topics are not being addressed).

Target group: policy makers, proposers who are active in the related thematic fields and who are interested in the future role of key technologies , NCPs

Agenda: tbd

Registration: not required


Ideal-ist Workshop:
Innovation & Impact – Time to Deliver
Lessons learned from Horizon 2020 implementation

When: 9 November 2017, 16:00-17:30

Horizon 2020 has challenged European academic and industrial communities to a change of mindset: putting innovation & impact in focus. This Ideal-ist workshop will follow-up on the discussions launched at the highly successful Ideal-ist workshop in the early years of H2020. It will bring together a diverse set experts - the European Commission, expert evaluators, and successful coordinators - for an exchange of experience on how to tackle innovation and impact in a proposal, and how to deliver the promises in the project. While these two areas have challenged proposers in the first calls of Horizon 2020, the first funded projects are now reaching the phase to deliver. The panel discussion will address how to set targets, what approaches have worked, and what difficulties have been encountered along this journey.

The results of this interactive discussion will help:
• Potential proposers to understand how innovation and impact are being evaluated
• Project participants heading towards exploitation activities
• National Contact Points in giving advice to proposers

Agenda
• Welcome and introduction
• Evaluation criteria: with special emphasis on innovation and impact – how has our understanding evolved
• Innovation & impact: how to tackle it in a proposal
• Case studies: how to deliver impact
• Panel discussion

Registration: not required.


Ideal-ist Workshop:
Cascading Grants in Horizon 2020
When: 10 November 2017, 14:00-15:30

Financial Support to Third Parties (FSTP) – also known as Cascading Grants – can be found in topics from platforms and pilots, digital innovation hubs, to FET flagships. And it doesn't stop there: I4MS, SAE, IoT-EPI, FIRE, and more. Complex terms, a multitude of initiatives, yet so many opportunities!

But what do these mean in practice? In simplified terms, they describe an opportunity offered in many Horizon 2020 topics for consortia that want to reach out and involve new actors in their research and innovation process: the consortia launch open calls for third parties; third parties apply, receive funding and other forms of support, and engage with a European network. This process contributes to knowledge transfer and exploitation, take-up of technologies, and building and scaling ecosystems in these areas. The process engages competence centres and SMEs, builds academy-industry collaborations, and brings user requirements to the core.

Cascading grants are increasingly used to achieve these objectives throughout ICT in H2020, and beyond. Ideal-ist invites you to exchange good practices on FTSP activities and how to maximise the benefits such measures offer.

This workshop will bring together:

Practitioners of cascading grants to discuss the opportunities and challenges they have faced in implementing such measures.
Actors who have applied and benefited from open calls of these initiatives, beyond the financial support itself
Those interested in forming consortia for upcoming FSTP calls in Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2018-2020
Actors looking for help to navigate this complex landscape of funding opportunities
The session will also raise awareness of upcoming FSTP calls in Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2018-2020, as well as opportunities to apply to ongoing FSTP project's calls.

Agenda

  • Understanding Financial Support to Third Parties, European Commission
  • Case study: Cascading Grants in Action, Coordinator of a Cascading Grant Consortium
  • Case study: Reaching New Horizons through I4MS, SME owner
  • Panel discussion

Further information on FSTP

Registration: not required


For further information about activities, such as the Face2Face brokerage event organised at ICT Proposers' Day 2017 by Ideal-ist, return to this page:
http://www.ideal-ist.eu/event/ict-proposers-day-2017

The website for ICT Proposers' Day 2017 is: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/events/ict-proposers-day-2017

Please follow @ICTproposersEU and join the discussion using #ICTpropday on Twitter.

Registration
closed since 7 Nov 2017
Organisers
Schedule
Registration 23 Jun – 7 Nov
Meeting Selection 16 Oct – 10 Nov
Event 9 Nov – 10 Nov
Details
Language English
Costs Free of charge
Venue Albertirsai út 10
Budapest, Hungary
Bilateral Meetings
Participants 1013
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Austria 49
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Belarus 7
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Croatia 7
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Czech Republic 14
Denmark 9
Estonia 4
Finland 13
France 68
FYROM 1
Georgia 2
Germany 50
Greece 92
Hungary 76
India 1
Ireland 51
Israel 13
Italy 103
Japan 1
Kosovo 1
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Latvia 10
Lithuania 11
Luxembourg 5
Malta 2
Netherlands 19
Norway 35
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Poland 20
Portugal 25
Romania 29
Russia 1
Serbia 7
Slovak Republic 16
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Spain 152
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