EURIPIDES² 2017 AUTUMN CALL
EURIPIDES² launches two calls per year, in a two-step approach, in order to maximise the chances for success and avoid unnecessary time consuming efforts in setting up projects.
At both stages, the EURIPIDES² Office will check whether public funding would be available for partners through the Public authorities’ network. At each step, the two EURIPIDES² experts selected by the Technical Committee will assess the proposal against 34 criteria and their conclusion will be delivered in full transparency to the consortium.
Step 1: Project outline
The Project Outline (PO) provides a short overview of the concept, the objectives of the project and the partnership even if they are not entirely settled. This document allows early advice and feedback from the Technical Committee (TEC) supported by the evaluations of two external experts. The PO will facilitate preliminary discussions with and feedback from the relevant public authorities.This step is highly recommended, but participants may submit a Full Project Proposal straightforward.
Step 2: Full project proposal
The second step in the EURIPIDES² evaluation procedure is, for projects that have been accepted at PO (Project Outline) level, to submit a Full Project Proposal (FPP).The FPP is an important document within EURIPIDES². It is used for the evaluation and labelling of new projects and it is also the basis for the reporting and monitoring procedure.
Autumn 2017 call
|Deadline for Project Outline||20 Sep. 2017|
|Deadline for Full Project Proposal||29 Nov. 2017|
|Labelling||15 Dec. 2017|
EURIPIDES² is an association gathering 24 members: LEs, SMEs and Research Institutes based in 11 European countries (Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey). These members form the Board and meet twice a year. The Board is supported by the Steering Committee and the Technical Evaluation Committee (TEC) for the project assessment and monitoring. The Board may decide to set up working groups for specific topics.