Horizon 2020 webinar: The coordinator's FAQ
Are you considering coordinating a Horizon 2020 project proposal? Are you already a coordinator and would like to improve your coordination skills?
H2020 Spring 2019 deadlines: Which amazing project ideas are you working on?
Main 2019 Spring deadlines: 22 February; 02 and 25 April - Digitising and transforming European industry and services (DT) calls 12 March - Space calls 14 March – socioeconomic and cultural transformations in the context of the fourth industrial revolution…
Go Visual Series (1/3)
WHY IS VISUAL CONTENT SO IMPORTANT? Dissemination is a contractual obligation in Horizon 2020 and it is a key task for giving your project visibility and spread your results to your target audiences. However, how well are you disseminating…
Share your impressions of the redesigned Participant Portal and get discounts for our upcoming training courses!
Have you used the Participant Portal lately? Do you like the updated navigation and design?
EC Audit of Horizon 2020 projects: “My Audits” – should I be scared?
Some days ago, we summarized the main changes of the new, Horizon 2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreement 5.0 (published during the summer) and their potential effect on the projects’ cost reporting.
The trickiest H2020 evaluations we have received so far!
Not happy with the evaluation summary report (ESR) you received for your H2020 proposal? Do you believe your proposal should have received a higher score? You are not alone!
Highlights of the UPDATED H2020 AMGA
Some say the EC never sleeps… This is indeed true; especially when you look at the changes made in the reference documents of Horizon 2020 during the summer “holidays”. Not only the Annotated Model Grant Agreement (AMGA) has changed…
Don’t forget about us – your KPIs
From early on the proposal development stage, we like to include Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to show how important it is for us to determine and identify risks, track progress, and monitor performance towards a successful completion of…
The three most common myths on the evaluation of Horizon 2020 proposals
1. Evaluators favour specific countries This is probably the most common misconception we hear from participants at our training courses, as researchers very often believe that evaluators will seek for specific countries to be involved in each and every proposal.
New Horizon 2020 Training Programmes
With even more workshops and real-life examples from Europa Media
Five tips for a Project Manager Beginner
Just yesterday you were involved in several specific tasks for various projects and now your supervisors entrust you to manage your own? Or perhaps your project idea received funding and now you have a chance to realize it?
UN Environment and European Commission roadmap
Last week, on June 20th, the European Commission and the UN Environment published their Oceans Roadmap 2.0 to deepen their work towards healthy, productive and resilient oceans. Following the first roadmap signed in December 2016, and following the UN Ocean…