EIT RawMaterials FAST-TRACK KAVA 6 Call (d.l. 29.07.2019)

Javor Aalto EIT Services

Submisson deadline: 29 July 2019 at 13.00 CEST

Maximum funding: € 50.000

Project latest closing date: 31 December 2019

Eligibility to apply for this call is restricted to the three categories:

  • REJ - KAVA proposal that was submitted in the EIT RawMaterials KAVA 6 call but has NOT been selected for funding in 2020 
  • PRE - KAVA proposal that was submitted in the EIT RawMaterials KAVA 6 call and has been selectd for funding in 2020
  • OLD - Ongoing KAVA projects 

Please log in for more info and for the full content! 

  • Published:
  • Updated:
Share
URL copied!

Related news

Kuvassa professori Risto Sarvas, etualalla näkyy kaksi Otaniemen lukion opiskelijaa
Cooperation Published:

Upper secondary school students become professors on Day of the Girl

An initiative between Aalto University and Otaniemi Upper Secondary School gives students the possibility to draw attention to technology- and society-related topics that they see as important.
Kuva: Mostphotos
Cooperation, Research & Art Published:

Helsinki Brain & Mind, a new neuroscience hub, awar­ded ERDF fund­ing

The European Regional Development Fund has awarded €500,000 to the University of Helsinki, Aalto University and the Helsinki University Hospital for the development of a research, competence and innovation hub in neuroscience.
Kauppakorkeakoulun alumni Noora Kinnunen
Cooperation, Studies Published:

School of Business alumni story: Noora Kinnunen

School of Business alumna Noora Kinnunen found a job in her own field already during her studies with the help of Aalto’s job portal. She encourages students to take advantage of the services at Aalto and for example take part in the Aalto Talent Expo recruiting fair at the end of October.
Four students standing in front of VR headquarters.
Cooperation, Studies Published:

A team of Aalto students created an extensive ecosystem vision for VR

The aim of the collaboration between VR and ITP was to help VR utilise platforms and ecosystems in their future.