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The conference will take stock of relevant research supported by ERC, provide a forum of networking between the scientists leading ERC-funded projects, and position the ERC as a contributor to Artificial Intelligence (AI) through its 'bottom up' approach to research funding.
On the 4-6th of July the Scientific Council holds its Summer meeting at KU Leuven.
This event at the European Parliament (EP) in Strasbourg, organised jointly with STOA (EP's Science and Technology Options Assessment Panel), aims to showcase what Europe, via programmes such as Horizon 2020, does for research through one of its most successful initiatives, the ERC, especially by contributing towards empowering the new generation. It will involve high-level European politicians. The set-up has also the objective to underline how Europe’s future can be shaped by research through powerful testimonies and authoritative feedback provided by ERC grantees.
The workshop on 31 May is open to the media (press release)
The plenary sessions of the event will be webstreamed and interpreted.
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This ERC info session is organised by the ERC National Contact Points (NCPs) in Belgium (NCP Belspo – Eurofed, NCP-FNRS, NCP Flanders) to help applicants in the preparation of their ERC Advanced Grant proposal.
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An ERC representative will be available to provide information about ERC funding opportunities and answer question at the booth and at an information session. Details will follow soon.
Horizon 2020, the European Union’s research and innovation funding program, is the world’s largest multinational R&I program. It is open to researchers from public and private organizations from across the world.