The HORIZON 2020 programme, that came into force on 1 January 2014, groups together European Union funding in terms of research and innovation and is structured around three main priorities: scientific excellence, industrial pre-eminence and societal challenges.
Several categories of devices are attached to H2020.
Among these we can list:
THE COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS:
A consortium must present a project according to convocations published in the work programmes outlined by the European Commission. 2 to 3 projects are selected per subject with defined budgets
- up to 100% for the R&D/research projects
- 70% (+25% of the indirect costs) for projects with areas of work similar to a market function (test, prototypes, demonstrators...).
The objective of this device is to highlight economic growth by contributing to the emergence of technologies with a level of maturity enabling a rapid launch on the market.
The eligible subjects are very varied and are left to the initiative of the project developers
Subsidies up to 70% of the eligible expenses (+25% of the indirect costs).