What is Horizon 2020 ? FET Innovation Launchpad: join the webinar on 29 June and get ready for the next cut-off

Get ready for the next deadline for submission of FET Innovation Launchpad proposals under the Horizon 2020 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET-Open) programme

The FET Innovation Launchpad scheme aims at turning results from FET-funded projects into genuine societal or economic innovations. The funded proposals are short individual or collaborative actions focused on the non-scientific aspects and the early stages of an innovation idea, stemming from ongoing or recently finished FET projects. The projects involve a wide range of actors, mostly from universities and research organisations, but also SMEs and industry partners, mostly start-up/ spin-off companies.

The next cut-off date for the submission of proposals under the FET Innovation Launchpad scheme is 16 October 2018 at 17:00 CET.

What do you need to know?

In order to help potential applicants in getting all the relevant information about the Horizon 2020 FET Innovation Launchpad funding scheme, in particular on how to prepare and submit a proposal, how does the evaluation process work and what are the relevant evaluation criteria, the Research Executive Agency (REA) organised a web streaming info session on Friday, 29 June at 14.00. You can connect to the live webinar by clicking here

Further to this, please check the information below:

  • You can't participate in the webinar, but you would like to see the presentations of the FET Innovation Launchpad scheme? You can download the slides here.
  • The most Frequently Asked Questions about the FET Innovation Launchpad scheme can be found under section FAQs
  • Do you know where to find the FET Innovation Launchpad funding opportunities on the Participant Portal? The currently open calls can be found here.
  • Would you like to find out about the currently funded FET Innovation Launchpad projects? Please, check them out on the FET-Open homepage and have a look at this video from one of our projects: