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Horizon 2020: Foundations for Tomorrow's Industry (H2020-NMBP-TO-IND-2018-2020)

Funding details
Registration opens
16 Oct 2018, 17:00
Registration closes
22 Jan 2019, 17:00
Closes
22 Jan 2019, 17:00
Award
Share of €118m
Organisation
Horizon 2020
Summary

*** Please refer to the Participant Portal for up to date and correct information. ***

Overview

The purpose of this call is to lay the foundations for tomorrow’s industry in Europe, and to create jobs and growth through an innovation ecosystem for the design, development, testing, and upscaling of advanced materials and nanotechnologies. This should enable a vast array of applications and facilitate innovators to bring their disruptive ideas to the market. Success will be seen in an effective eco-system allowing innovators to overcome the technological and regulatory barriers.

The call covers:

Open Innovation Test Beds will provide the development and upscaling of advanced materials and nanotechnologies, combining digital, chemical and physical advances for innovative new products and services.
Advanced characterisation tools, predictive modelling of materials at different scales, and support for a framework to ensure public safety in nanotechnology.

This call for proposals includes the following topics. Click on the topic to link directly to the Participant Portal.

DT-NMBP-03-2019: Open Innovation Test Beds for nano-enabled surfaces and membranes (IA)

DT-NMBP-08-2019: Real-time nano-characterisation technologies (RIA)

DT-NMBP-10-2019: Adopting materials modelling to challenges in manufacturing processes (RIA)

DT-NMBP-12-2019: Sustainable Nano-Fabrication (CSA)

NMBP-15-2019: Safe by design, from science to regulation: metrics and main sectors (RIA)

For full details of the calls for proposals, please click the Register button below to link directly to the Participant Portal.

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