The EU Delegation to India and EURAXESS India are organising a high level information session on Europe’s Global Approach to Research and Innovation & the Launch of the Horizon Europe Programme in India.
The EU has adopted an new strategy for international cooperation and will work with international partners to create a common understanding of fundamental principles and values in research and innovation.
In line with the EU-India Strategic Partnership cooperation with India will be stepped up to address together global challenges and sustainable modernisation.
Horizon Europe, the next EU Research and Innovation Framework programme 2021-2027, with a overall budget of €95.5 billion, will be a key instrument for the implementation of the Global strategy. The first calls for proposals for collaborative research action have been launched and are open to researchers and academic and non-academic stakeholders from India.
- innovation | research policy
- Online only
- Live streaming available
- Online only
What to expect
- The role of R&I in EU-India Strategic Partnership: H.E. Mr Ugo Astuto, Ambassador of the European Union to India;
- Europe’s Global Approach to Research & Innovation: Ms Maria Cristina Russo, Director, Directorate for Global Approach and International Collaboration in R&I, Directorate-General for Research & Innovation, European Commission, Brussels;
- Horizon Europe – International dimension: Ms Nienke Buisman, Head of Unit, Global Approach & International Cooperation in R&I, International Cooperation II: Asia, Africa, Middle East & External Relations, European Commission, Brussels;
- Presentation on a specific calls on Access to Research Infrastructure services and Collaboration opportunities on Space Research
Who should participate
- Indian scientists, researchers and innovators including universities, research institutes from public and private sector;
- SMEs/startups and entrepreneurs;
- Think tanks, NGOs and policy makers.
Participation is free of charge but for logistical reasons prior registration is mandatory.