The Horizon 2020 Programme made funding of around 75 billion euros available for European research and innovation in the period from 2014 to 2020. Funding options range from basic research through to innovative product development. The target groups of Horizon 2020 are individual researchers, companies and collaborations between science and industry. Excellent research, competitive research and industry, more innovative products and services and simplified rules and procedures are the key aims of the research and innovation programme Horizon 2020.
The structure of Horizon 2020 shows all programmes and funding opportunities in detail.
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|Horizon 2020 at a glance|
EC Expert Database: The European Commission is looking for independent peer reviewers to assist in the evaluation of EU-funded research and innovation projects. Registration is via the European Commission’s Participant Portal, which also provides information about the relevant requirements. Applications can be submitted on an ongoing basis.