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Horizon 2020 Space Info Day

On the 5th July KTN, UK Space Agency and Innovate UK gave details on the content of the Horizon 2020 Space 2017 Work Programme. The European Commission and the European GNSS Agency presented the upcoming topics and information on the support and tools available. 

Government note on the result of the referendum:

The referendum result has no immediate effect on those applying to or participating in Horizon 2020. UK researchers and businesses can continue to apply to the programme in the usual way. The future of UK access to European research and innovation funding will be a matter for future discussions. Government is determined to ensure that the UK continues to play a leading role in European and international research and innovation.

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/statement-on-higher-education-and-research-following-the-eu-referendum

Presentations from the day:

Welcome by UK Space Agency, Lee Boland

European Commission presents the H2020 2017 space calls, Mats Ljungqvist  

European GNSS Agency presents the 2017 Galileo call, Vojtech Fort

Experiences of EU Funding, Mark Dumville, Nottingham Scientific Ltd

Tips for Space businesses applying for Horizon 2020 funding, Ed Chester, System Level

Support from the EEN, Mark Hofman

Space topics across Horizon 2020 document, Catherine Holt

University mapping across space topics document, Catherine Holt

You may also find the following links useful:

Register for news and information on Horizon 2020

Contact details of all UK National Contact Points

Network of EU Space National Contact Points – COSMOS 2020

Information on European Info Days on space in Horizon 2020

  • 14th -15th September 2016, Lisbon (general space in H2020)

  • 4th -5th October 2016, Prague (Galileo calls focus)

The topics that will be part of the 2017 space calls are:

Earth Observation

  • Downstream applications

  • EO Big Data Shift

  • NEW TOPIC Preparation for a European capacity to monitor CO2 anthropogenic emissions

Satellite Navigation

  • EGNSS transport applications

  • EGNSS mass market applications

  • EGNSS professional applications

  • EGNSS awareness raising and capacity building

Competitiveness of the European Space Sector

  • Technologies for European non-dependence and competitiveness

  • Competitiveness in Earth observation mission technologies

  • High speed data chain

  • Scientific data exploitation

  • Space Weather

  • Space portal

  • Technology transfer and business generators

 

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