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Horizon 2020: H2020-Prize-Innovation-SOFT-2014

Data chiusura
16 Apr 2014
Agevolazione
Europeo
Soggetto gestore
Commissione europea

Descrizione

Bando per l'assegnazione di un premio innovativo ai ricercatori nel campo della fusione.

Il premio è rivolto a ricercatori e team di ricerca che lavorano nel campo della fusione (programma EURATOM).

 

Obiettivo del premio è valorizzare il lavoro di ricerca svolto in Europa per l'individuazione di possibili applicazioni pratiche nel mercato.

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Within energy research, fusion encompasses innovation in the domains of physics and technology in a wide variety of specialisations. The researchers in Europe are constantly challenging the science and improving the technology thereby creating the conditions for innovation, much of which can be exploited in other science and industrial sectors for the benefit of European society. A fundamental basis of the Euratom Programme complementing Horizon 2020 is to support innovation. In this context the researcher plays a critical role. This prize is being offered to highlight and reward the excellence in innovation that can be found in the fusion research programme as well as the quality of the researchers and industries involved.

Specific challenge: Within energy research, fusion encompasses innovation in the domains of physics and technology in a wide variety of specialisations. The researchers in Europe are constantly challenging the science and improving the technology thereby creating the conditions for innovation, much of which can be exploited in other science and industrial sectors for the benefit of European society. A fundamental basis of the Euratom Programme complementing Horizon 2020 is to support innovation. In this context the researcher plays a critical role. This prize is being offered to highlight and reward the excellence in innovation that can be found in the fusion research programme as well as the quality of the researchers and industries involved.
Scope: There are no specific categories for this prize. The participant(s) is free to submit an application concerning any physics or technology innovation that has been or is being developed in the European fusion research programme and that has a market potential or has been taken up (or recognised) by industry to be further developed for the market. The Jury evaluating submissions will consist of a group of independent experts appointed by the Commission knowledgeable in innovative processes and technology transfer from business and academia. The Jury will submit to the Commission the selected 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed winners who will receive 15,000, 10,000 and 5,000 Euros respectively. The winners will be announced at the SOFT conference in September 2014.
Expected impact: By awarding the ‘European Prize for Innovation in fusion research’ the Commission will showcase innovations in this research sector and give visibility to the most dynamic, forward-looking and innovative researchers, research teams or industrial participants. This visibility will provide the greater potential for valorisation with the subsequent rewards that this brings to the EU both economically and socially. Furthermore, presenting these awards will stimulate the research community to develop a stronger innovation and entrepreneur culture in the European fusion programme.

The contestant must be a researcher, research team or industrial participant benefitting from Euratom financial support, and be resident in an EU Member State or a Euratom Associated Country. Example of proof: details of a specific contract associated to the Euratom fusion research programme; copy of any official document of identification (passport, driving licence etc.). If you are not an EU citizen, you must present a document proving your residency in the EU or an Associated Country (e.g. a copy of your visa or work permit).
- The researcher, research team or industrial participant has acquired permission from the owner of the intellectual property rights to submit an application. The owner of the IPR should comment on the state of the IPR: free or contractually embedded, and name of eventual contractor/s.

Saranno assegnati tre premi:

  • 1° premio: 15.000 euro
  • 2° premio: 10.000 euro
  • 3° premio: 5.000 euro

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The Jury will submit to the Commission the selected 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed winners who will receive 15,000, 10,000 and 5,000 Euros respectively. The winners will be announced at the SOFT conference in September 2014.

Le domande devono essere presentate entro le ore 17.00 (ora locale di Bruxelles) del 16 aprile 2014.

I vincitori saranno annunciati nel mese di settembre 2014.

Per maggiori informazioni consultare i Links.

Pubblicato
08 Jan 2014

Beneficiari e Finalitá

Stato agevolazioni
Inattive
Dimensione beneficiari
Non Applicabile
Organizzazione
Centro educativo, Centro di recerca, Università, Privato
Settori
Energia
Finalita'
Innovazione, Ricerca
Ubicazione Investimento
Europe

Incentivi e Spese

Tipologia agevolazione
Premio, Borsa di studio
Tags
Hotizon 2020, Euratom, Fusione, Ricerca, Innovazione, Ue, Centri ricerca, Premio
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