Cooperation with Korea is a priority for the EU and there is strong potential to work for mutual benefit in a wide range of areas.
Long-standing common priority areas of intensify cooperation
- Internet of Things
- cloud and articifial intelligence
- nanoelectronics and nanosafety
- clean energy innovation
- infectious diseases
- epigenome research
- satellite navigation etc
New areas of mutual benefit are
- antimicrobial resistance
- automated driving systems
- disaster-resilience and security,
- polar research etc
On 14 February 2022, the Republic of Korea has expressed its formal interest to associate to Horizon Europe. Exploratory talks have begun in March 2022. Association is the closest form of international cooperation with the EU in the area of R&I, and Horizon Europe opens it for the first time to countries with a strong STI capacity located beyond Europe’s geographical vicinity. Association will represent a new milestone in the R and I cooperation with the Republic of Korea.
Horizon Europe is the biggest EU research and innovation programme ever with more than €90 billion of funding available over 7 years (2021 to 2027). It is open to the world, which means that participants from all over the world can participate in most calls.
Agreements and arrangements
Projects and results
Research project database
For previous framework programmes, please contact the Research enquiry service.
Project success stories
Stories of particularly successful EU-funded research projects involving Korea.
National Contact Points
The National Contact Points (NCPs) provide guidance, practical information and assistance on all aspects of participation in Horizon Europe.
Research enquiry service
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