Past Events & Presentations
June 27-28, 2017
The follow-up focused on group exercises and in-depth discussions on management structures in consortium agreements, IPR and financial issues. The training covered the consortium agreement in Horizon 2020: basic information on consortium agreements, exercises on management structures in consortium agreements, IPR and financial issues.
May 29, 2017
The workshop aimed for participants to have a deeper knowledge of the advantages and disadvantages of lump sum financing as well as a better idea on what a good model for lump sum financing could be. The participants will be able to give more knowledgeable advice to their own research and innovation community and other stakeholders.
June 01, 2017
This training focused on why Belgian law is important for Horizon 2020 and the basic elements and key resources of Belgian law. It included contractual liability, intellectual property rights, the validity of some documents and handling difficulties during project execution.
May 30-31, 2017
The workshop included exchanges on the different kinds of NCP structures, Key Performance Indicators and what the outcome of the Horizon 2020 interim evaluation means for NCPs. In addition we exchanged good practices on NCP working tools like CRM, strategic approaches to potential beneficiaries and novel training methods.
May 18, 2017
The webinar focused on understanding the strategic links and complementarity between COST and Horizon 2020, to be able to identify potential cooperation opportunities at an early stage and act as a signpost towards the COST programme.
May 4, 2017
This training focused on increasing the knowledge base on concepts of innovation in regard to the EU’s innovation policy among NCPs. It included an overview of the innovation supports under HORIZON 2020.
May 03, 2017
In this basic webinar we looked at SME related L&F-issues that NCPs of all thematic areas are confronted with: Legal issues (IPR, Consortium Agreement…), Financial issues (Cash-flow, depreciation…), Specificities of different funding instruments (RIA, IA, SME Instrument…).
April 26-27, 2017
The training provided an explanation of IPR in Horizon 2020 rules (as stipulated in articles 23 – 31 of MGA, incl. Open Access). It included an introduction to IPR in general and IPR in project proposals (e.g.confidentiality issues, definition of the objectives of the project and of the strategy for protection, exploitation and dissemination of results).