European research programmes and how to take advantage of them

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Jean-Pierre FINANCE

Permanent representative, CPU (University Presidents’ Conference) and IRD (Development Research Institute), Brussels


Europe mission head, CPU site, Brussels


Director, ANRT-Europe

Seminar Management of Innovation | Wednesday March 4, 2015 - 8h45 - 10h45

European research programmes have a reputation for being difficult to access and badly managed. As a result, many public and private research centres are no longer applying to take part in them. A year after the launch of the 2014-2020 programmes‚ what can we learn from the participation of French universities‚ research bodies and companies in existing European programmes (such as Horizon 2020‚ Erasmus+, and the EU Cohesion Fund and Structural and Investment Fund)? How should prospective research centres operate in order to get the most out of European Union funding? 

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