INCOBRA awards 19,500 Euro grants to 5 EU-Brazil cooperation networks
INCOBRA has organised a webinar to interact with Brazilian and European R&I actors interested in the open call for bilateral cooperation networks.
The online session was moderated by Julio Imenes (FINEP), who provided an overview about INCOBRA and its core activities.
Laura Monasterio (IASP) then presented the INCOBRA call for EU-BR bilateral cooperation networks. The talk focussed on:
- Objectives of the call;
- Who can apply;
- What does the funding cover;
- Expected results;
- Selection criteria;
- How to apply;
- Application and timeline
Download the presentation here.
The presentation was followed by a very interactive Q&A session moderated by Chiara Davalli (European BIC Network). Several questions focussed on the priority sectors for the call, the eligibility criteria and the consortium composition.
Moreover INCOBRA partners warned participants about the upcoming H2020 work programme 2018-2020, which will be officially launched by the European Commission on Friday 27th October 2017. The new programme foresees several calls of interest to European and Brazilian R&I actors. Stay tuned - Dedicated highlights will be featured on INCOBRA website too!
We recommend you to watch the recording of the webinar, as the Q&A session might clarify some of your doubts about the call.
Access the recording here.
In case you have additional queries, please address them to INCOBRA Helpdesk.
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