News

Researcher, contribute to the questionnaire on EU’s next R&I framework programme FP9 by 2 February

Universities Finland UNIFI has published a questionnaire to contribute ideas on the mission-oriented approach proposed for the next European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2021-2027 (FP9).

We hope that Aalto professors/researchers find this important, and could take a moment to answer the questionnaire by 2 February 17.00 (note: deadline has been extended). Thank you in advance for your effort!

Link to the questionnaire (closed): https://elomake.uef.fi/lomakkeet/18719/lomake.html

****
Questionnaire, Mission-oriented research and innovation in FP9
 
Universities Finland UNIFI’s, representing all universities in Finland, would like to take the opportunity to contribute ideas on the mission-oriented approach proposed for the next European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2021 -2027, referred to as FP9.
 
With this questionnaire UNIFI would like to outline the most important research priorities for the Finnish universities needing EU-level funding post-2020 and their potential contribution to EU level R&I missions. Your answers will be a contribution to UNIFI’s position paper on the recommendations for the mission led-approach of FP9.
 
We have done a preliminary study from our national R & I priorities and the universities strategic profiles and are using the findings of this study as a frame for the questionnaire . We urge you to take part in this consultation as it is a direct contribute to the debate on which kind of research and innovation missions should be introduced in FP9 and as well as an opportunity to make your research area visible in Brussels.
 
In addition of the consultation, we will arrange several mini-seminars (or one bigger) in Brussels during spring. We expect to have from each mission laid out in the position paper, excellency-level researchers presenting to the Commission and other relevant stakeholders the relevance of the proposed research/research area to the mission at stake. In this questionnaire, you have also the unique opportunity to suggest the best representatives with the most inspiring ideas from your university to showcase their grand ideas in events to be held in Brussels.
 
Deadline for the questionnaire is Friday 2 January.

Note that the questionnaire consists of only a handful of questions and will not take too much of your time. We will not publish these answers with your name and they are solely for the use of UNIFI and this position paper.
 
Inquiries: [email protected]

 

  • Published:
  • Updated:
Share
URL copied!

Related news

A wintery evening shoot of Aalto University campus when the sun is setting down, the School of Business main building in focus
University Published:

Carbon Neutral Aalto 2030 action plan launches

Aalto University aims to be carbon neutral by 2030.
Mietteliään ja hieman surullisen näköinen nainen istuu lähikuvassa sohvalla ja katsoo alaviistoon, taustalla vaalea seinä.
Honoured, University Published:

Helene filmed by Rauno Ronkainen nominated in Camerimage main competition

The film tells the story of artist Helene Schjerfbeck primarily through visualization. It's cinematography was awarded the Silver Frog in Camerimage.
Participants discussing on a break.
Cooperation, University Published:

One year of UNITE!: pioneering the European higher education of the future

Since the kick-off in November last year, decisive foundations have been laid and various initiatives and projects have been launched.
People in Harald Herlin.
Campus, University Published:

Access control practices are changing - read the instructions on how to proceed

The changes will take effect on Monday, November 30, 2020, and will apply to everyone on Otaniemi campus.