[Translate to English:] Kopfgrafik

From today, the Eurogrant GmbH will have more offices to have more space for creativity, customer contact, acquisition meetings and, of course, every day office routine.


The European Commission has published so-called 'scoping papers' covering the various thematic areas of Horizon 2020 in preparation for the work program 2018-2020.


3 January 2017 - Since the beginning of this year, Switzerland has been fully associated with the European Framework Program Horizon 2020. Even if the country is not an EU member, it is therefore possible to cooperate more effectively with research and innovation in the heart of Europe.


18 August 2016 - In a statement on 13 August 2016, British Chancellor Philip Hammond has reassured that British entities participating in EU projects will continue to receive financing already granted, even after the UK leaves the EU.


27 October 2015 - Launch of Fraunhofer-coordinated EU project cerAMfacturing

In Brussels today partners from five European countries meet to jointly launch the EU-funded research project cerAMfacturing. The project is supported by Dresden based Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS) passed with support of Eurogrant.


13 October 2015 - The European Commission has published the new work program for 2016/2017 for Horizon2020, the EU funding program for research and innovation. The proposed budget includes nearly 16 billion EUR. The new work program includes a wide range of calls for proposals, tenders and other measures such as the "Horizon-prices" that offer funding opportunities in almost 600 subject areas.


11 September 2015 - The European Commission has already published some preliminary drafts of the next work program 2016/17. The work program contains the individual calls, inter alia, with theme, budget and deadline. Officially, the release is announced for October 13, 2015. Until then still changes may arise under certain circumstances. The documents can be found here on the European Commission website.


31 August 2015 - The global integration is for Germany as important as the European. This is also reflected in the orientation by the federal government funding policies. The proven Mittelstand support program ZIM is increasingly international in scope, also to open German SMEs access to global emerging countries and growth markets. It now offers, after several calls already made for European and non-European countries and regions, the first call for proposals for projects between Germany and Brazil on joint RTD projects of SMEs.