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EIT Manufacturing - Call for Proposals 2021 is Open (deadline: 6 APR 2020)

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EIT Manufacturing officially opens the Call for Proposals 2021 with the following deadlines:

  • Proposal registration deadline (pre-call): Monday, 6 April 2020
  • Proposal submission deadline (main call): Tuesday, 21 April 2020

Please note that proposals that was not registered during the pre-call can not be submitted during the main call! 

For 2021, EIT Manufacturing aims to attract activity proposals up to a total of € 35-40m in the Areas of

  • Innovation
  • Education
  • Business Creation
  • Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS)
Call for Innovation Proposals 2021 (EIT Manufacturing)
Call for Education Proposals 2021 (EIT Manufacturing)

All proposals should …

  • To align with EIT Manufacturing’s overall vision, mission, and set of KPIs. They must contribute to one of the flagships of EIT Manufacturing
  • Each Activity of EIT Manufacturing should be executed by a consortium of partners of EIT Manufacturing, preferably from both science and industry, representing different areas of the manufacturing system and at least two different Innovation Hubs (IHs, sometimes also called Co- Location Centers - CLCs)
  • The duration of Activities should be between one to three years.
  • One partner organization needs to take the lead partner role, acting as the Activity Leader of the overall Activity
  • A key role is also the one of the business owner.
  • Non-partner organizations, like start-ups or SMEs, can be included in activity consortia by sub- contracting (up to € 60,000, using best-value-for-money selection processes according to EIT procurement policy)
  • The maximum EIT funding per year for member organizations is € 1,000,000 and for non-member organization is € 300,000.

EIT Manufacturing Match Making Event 2020

The Match Making Event 2020 was arrangenged over the web as a number of sessions. You can watch the web sessions here

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