24th CORNET Call for Proposals is OPEN

Since 7 June 2017 the current CORNET Call for Proposals is open! Project submission is possible until 27 September 2017, 12 p.m. (CET). As a well-established international network, CORNET accomplishs an average success rate of 66 per cent.

Please note that only complete proposals containing all annexes that were submitted by the stated deadline via the CORNET Submission Tool will be considered for evaluation. Additionally, applicants should use the latest version of the templates concerning the current call which is available for download in the section Guidelines and Templates.

Please also have a look at latest changes in the guidelines: Guidelines 24th call

Further information about the composition of the international project consortia, the application process and the participating countries/regions is available on the CORNET website in the section Calls for Proposals.

Still looking for a collaboration?

A broad variety of Project ideas are waiting for you to join in. Either the ideas reached our network through the CORNET Coordination Office or they have been pitched at our recent Partnering Events and have been published afterwards. If you are looking for special know-how to complete your project consortium please also visit the section Organisational profiles or get in touch with the CORNET Coordination Office. We will gladly provide support where needed.

If you need more time for your proposal or to find project partners, you can participate in the next call as well which approximately opens in December 2017.

Next Partnering Event in Brussels

Do you like to meet potential partners face-to-face, pitch your vision to a broad audience comprising researchers and SMEs or get some handy tips for successful funding? Join our next Partnering Event in Brussels on 19 October 2017 which CORNET is organising together with its partner network IraSME.

More information about the CORNET & IraSME Partnering Event in Brussels: www.b2match.eu/irasme-cornet-brussels-2017.


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