04.06.2014 | online
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, the project organised a webinar on Horizon 2020 addressing future Ukrainian participants in EU funded S&T projects, more particularly within the work-programmes 'Europe in a changing world – Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies' and 'Science with and for society'.
On 4 June 2014, the BILAT-UKR*AINA project (in which the DLR Project Management Agency is a project partner) organised a webinar on Horizon 2020. In their function as editors of the project's website, DLR agreed to upload the presentations held during this event on this website for download in pdf format subject to the expressed consent of the speakers concerned. DLR, as the uploading entity, has not monitored the contents of these presentations in any way. In case of incorrect contents, copyright infringements or other violations of the law, please contact Dr Erich Rathske, DLR Project Management Agency, European and International Cooperation, email@example.com. Any offending material will be removed immediately.
This webinar was the third 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 are performed in English language only.
The 3rd webinar addressed Ukrainian researchers and project experts that are strongly interested in expanding their cooperation with their European fellows under the umbrella of Horizon 2020. It provided firsthand information about the general structure and content of Horizon 2020, and what are the opportunities for Ukraine-EU cooperation: