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Horizon 2020 – European funding

Luxinnovation is your contact point for Horizon 2020 in Luxembourg. Building on our decade-long experience of EU funding programmes, we are able to respond to questions on where to get up-to-date information on programmes and calls for project proposals, what programmes are the most suitable for you or where and how to find European partners. Covering all aspects of your participation in Horizon 2020, we are your personalised advice for success.

Research and innovation projects are often collaborations between researchers and companies that cross national borders. Innovative companies or research laboratories can participate in various European programmes, depending on their profile and development strategy. Funding is available for collaborative projects, but also for single small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Getting access to all this information is complicated. Therefore, it is important to have a main structure providing guidance, practical information and assistance.

Our services

  • Opportunities and strategy: Identification of Horizon 2020 funding opportunities that match your project ideas and long-term strategy
  • Advice on open and forthcoming H2020 calls: Personalised advice available upon request
  • Concept validation: Optimisation of your project ideas to fit identified Horizon 2020 opportunities
  • Partner search: Identification of potential partners via our European network
  • Critical proposal review: Proposal writing follow-up to increase the quality and chances of success of your proposal
  • Information and training courses: Training on topics such as successful proposal writing, European funding for SMEs, intellectual property rights, etc.
  • Project management advice: Support to on-going projects with project and financial reporting, contract amendments and other legal and financial issues

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Commission launches public consultation on the implementation of the Digital Markets Act

20-01-2023

End of 2022, the Commission launched a public consultation on the implementation of the Digital Markets Act (‘DMA'). The consultation will last one month and will help shape the final Commission implementing regulation.
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Two first Luxembourg start-ups receive EIC Accelerator funding

19-01-2023

The European Commission recently announced that Arspectra and Circuli-ion have been awarded funding from the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator. This is the most prestigious funding available for start-ups from the EU’s Horizon Europe programme. Luxinnovation supported the first-ever EIC Accelerator winners from Luxembourg during the application process.
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CBE JU sets funding priorities for 2023

21-12-2022

CBE JU has published its Annual Work Programme for 2023, including information about the next call for project proposals. €215.5 million will be dedicated to advancing competitive circular bio-based industries in Europe across 18 topics.
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Professor Björn Ottersten joins ERC Scientific Council

13-12-2022

The European Commission has announced the appointment of Professor Björn Ottersten, Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre of Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) of the University of Luxembourg, as member of the governing body of the European Research Council (ERC), the Scientific Council. From 1 January 2023, Prof. Ottersten will serve as one of the 22 distinguished researchers representing the European scientific community.
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02 February 2023

Horizon Europe Coordinators’ Day on Grant Agreement Preparation

This webinar will be hybrid: people can participate both remotely (no need to register), or attending live in Brussels (registration is mandatory for accessing the venue, details in the link below).
Coordinators are asked to inform their project officer in case they attend the venue in Brussels.
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09 February 2023

Lump Sum Funding in Horizon Europe: How does it work? How to write a proposal?

Horizon Europe uses lump sum funding to reduce administration and financial errors. Lump sums make the programme simpler by removing the need to report actual costs. This means easier access to the programme, especially for small organisations and newcomers, who often lack the experience and capacity to cope with the complex rules for actual costs. Read more

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