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Research Participant Portal is your entry point for electronic administration of EU-funded research and innovation projects. It is hosting the services for managing your proposals and projects throughout their lifecycle.

Energy Call part 2

 

Identifier: FP7-ENERGY-2013-2

Publication Date: 10 July 2012

Budget: € 83 000 000

Deadline:  24 January 2013 at 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)

The activities to be carried out in the context of a collaborative project should include:
• research and technological development activities, reflecting the core activities of the
project, aimed at a significant advance beyond the established state-of-the-art, including
scientific coordination
and/or
• demonstration activities, designed to prove the viability of new technologies that offer a
potential economic advantage, but which cannot be commercialised directly (e.g. testing of
product-like prototypes)
and
• management activities, over and above the technical management of individual work
packages, linking together all the project components and maintaining communications with
the Commission/agency.
• any other activities such as:
- activities directly related to the project’s objectives (as identified in the relevant work
programme or call for proposals) and likely to have a potential impact on the outcome of
the project (e.g. debates and initiatives on issues such as ethics, gender, socio-economic,
etc.);
- activities to disseminate research results and to prepare for their take-up and use,
including knowledge management and, activities directly related to the protection of
foreground;
- training of researchers and key staff, including research managers and industrial
executives (in particular for SMEs) and any potential users of the knowledge generated
by the project. The training should aim to improve the professional development of the
personnel concerned.


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