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Ideal-ist is holding a Proposal Check Event for ICT calls in H2020 in 2016 on the 7th of March 2016 in Lisbon. The event offers proposers a chance to improve the quality of project proposals based on feedback from experienced external experts and national contact points (NCPs). The event aims to transfer useful knowledge and increase proposers' chances for funding. This service is also being offered remotely on a limited basis as a pilot.
Interested proposers will provide a good first draft of their proposal for the selected ICT call topic (see the list below) and receive qualified feedback from experienced evaluators immediately during the proposal check session. The session consists of the evaluators reading the proposal and a feedback round. All participating experts will sign a confidentiality declaration.
It will be possible to receive additional consulting by experienced NCP staff.
Proposers who apply to participate at the event go through a quality assurance process. They will be contacted three weeks before the event to assess the degree of completion of their proposals. Short-listed candidates will be invited based on the available places.
The event will support proposals for ICT calls under H2020, with a deadline in April, 2016. Admission to the event is for the coordinator (i.e. one person, mandatory) plus one representative from a project partner institution (i.e. one optional person). In exceptional cases, the coordinator may name a proxy to attend.
The evaluators on-site do not check the eligibility of the proposers to submit a proposal for the topic. Therefore it is strongly recommended that the proposers have an abstract of their proposal checked by their NCP.
The event is free of charge, however, places are limited.
For the first time, Ideal-ist will offer a remote evaluation for selected participants. This is a pilot activity to see whether evaluation discussions can work with evaluators in another location(s) than proposers. In the pilot a group of experienced evaluators will sit in Oslo, Norway and meet with proposers via Skype. The remote nature of this workshop will require that proposals are sent electronically.
There are a limited number of places for this remote evaluation pilot. If you are interested please contact [email protected].
For further questions, please contact your NCP or send an e-mail to the address below:
7th of March, 2016
(Exact location will be provided soon)
Applications can be submitted via the online registration form by the coordinators:
List of relevant topics:
LEIT – Information and Communication Technologies
ICT-01-2016Smart Cyber-Physical SystemsICT-02-2016Thin, Organic and Large Area ElectronicsICT-03-2016SSI - Smart System IntegrationICT- 06-2016Cloud ComputingICT-10-2016Software TechnologiesICT-12-2016Net Innovation InitiativeICT-13-2016Future Internet Experimentation – Building a European experimental InfrastructureICT-14-2016Big Data PPP: cross-sectorial and cross-lingual data integration and experimentationICT-15-2016Big Data PPP: Large Scale Pilot actions in sectors best benefitting from data-driven innovationICT-17-2016Big Data PPP: Support, industrial skills, benchmarking and evaluationICT-18-2016Big Data PPP: privacy-preserving big data technologiesICT-21-2016Support technology transfer to the creative industriesICT-22-2016Technologies for Learning and SkillsICT-24-2016Gaming and gamificationICT-25-2016Advanced robot capabilities research and take-upICT-26-2016System abilities, development and pilot installationsICT-29-2016Photonics KET 2016ICT-34-2016Pre-Commercial Procurement openICT-35-2016Enabling responsible ICT-related research and innovationICT-36-2016Boost synergies between artists, creative people and technologists
Mon, 07/03/2016 - 00:00 - 17:00
The ideal-ist2018 project is funded by the European Commission under the Leading Industrial Enabling Technologies ICT theme, of the seventh H2020 – Research & Innovation Framework Programme. Any options expressed in these pages are those of the author/organisation and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.