VINNOVA Information Day on FP7 Environment & Climate Change, Stockholm, Sweden

Start Date: Thursday, August 30, 2012 12:00 - 15:00
Welcome to the National FP7 Information Day on: Environment including Climate Change in FP7

The last calls within the EU's Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Development (FP7) opened in July 2012. This year´s budget of 8 billion euro is the largest since the start of FP7 in 2007.

The 30 August, VINNOVA and Stockholm University are arranging an Information Day about the last call for research funding within FP7, Work Programme 2013 Environment including Climate Change - WP2013 ENV. The first deadline for proposals is in mid-October 2012.

The objective of WP2013 ENV is the sustainable management of the environment and its resources through advancing our knowledge of the interaction between the climate, biosphere, ecosystems and human activities and in an integrated way developing new technologies, tools and services.

The Information Day is specifically aimed at stakeholders at universities, research institutes, industries and public bodies, who are actively seeking research funding for collaborative projects within the field. It is important to note that the participation of SMEs is especially encouraged this year.

  Preliminary Programme
12.30 Registration
13.00 Welcome
13.10 Presentation of ENV Work Programme 2013 Dr Franz Immler, Scientific Officer, European Commission Experiences from EU-funded projects Dr John Munthe, Vice President Research, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute Experiences from the work in the Swedish ENV Programme Committee Prof Anna Ledin, Secretary General FORMAS & Chairman of the Programme Committee,  Support to SMEs before, during and after FP7 application Dr Per Lindquist, EU Support, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden Questions and discussion
15.15 Coffee and closure of the formal Programme
15.30 Informal discussions with Dr Franz Immler, Dr Per Lindquist and FP 7 support persons from Stockholm University, FORMAS and VINNOVA

All presentations will be held in English.

The seminar will also be webcast via

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