How to maximise the impact of results in Horizon Europe
- Online (12 October);
- In person (19 October) - Department of Sociology and Social Research, room 16 (second floor)
Horizon Europe is the European Framework Program for Research and Innovation for the period 2021-2027. The budget of over 95 billion euros makes Horizon Europe the most ambitious research and innovation program ever. The program aims to strengthen the scientific and technological bases of the EU and the European research area, and to improve the innovative capacity, the competitiveness of the European industrial system and generate employment in Europe.
Horizon Europe is an impact-driven programme aiming at funding projects with real impact on European citizens. This workshop is divided in two sessions:
- Session 1 (online) will provide an overview of the scientific, technological, economic and social impact of European funded projects, and it will focus on the impact criterion in the Horizon Europe proposal template (e.g. Impact Pathway, outcomes and impacts definition, how to maximise the impact, communication, dissemination and exploitation measures, etc.), including tips, tools and useful resources. This session will provide the theoretical basis for the second session.
- Session 2 (onsite) will be a hands-on session focusing on the impact canvas of the Horizon Europe template.
Participants will work in small groups on how to write the impact section of a proposal.
- Claudia Iasillo (APRE – Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea, Agency for the Promotion of European Research)
Language and duration
The webinar will be in English and will last about 180 minutes.