CALLS NOW OPEN

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European Union Seventh Framework Program

FP7

 

This is the final and largest ever package of FP7 calls
Closing dates for proposals from September 2012 onwards

 

2013 Work Programs

Cooperation

Capacities

>> More detailed information on Call topics can found on the FP7 Participants Portal http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/home

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FP7 National Info Day 2012

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21 May 2012 at the Le Meridien Hotel Bangkok

 

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The European Commission will announce the largest Call for Proposals in FP7 in July 2012. In anticipation of this, NSTDA organized an FP7 National Information Day for researchers from across Thailand on May 21, 2012 at the Le Meridien Hotel Bangkok.

 

Four FP7 National Contact Points from across Europe, (1) Dr. Olivier Kuttel, Director of Euresearch from Switzerland (2) Dr. Shilpi Saxena, NCP Environment from Germany (3) Mr. Uri Fishelson, Health NCP from Israel (4) Dr.  Piotr Swiatek, NCP Energy from FZ-Jülich, Germany, led workshops on how to access FP7 with a focus on identifying upcoming calls relevant to Thai researchers including Breakout Sessions and Proposal Coaching.

 

The seminar received strong positive attention from 75 participants. Broad and substantial discussions were conducted between Thai researchers and invited speakers.
 

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NSTDA and FP7

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The European Union Seventh Framework Program for Research and Technological Development (FP7) is the main mechanism by which the European Union funds research and development, both within the European Union as well as outside of Europe. This funding program has a budget of more than €50 billion between 2007 and 2013. FP money is spent on grants to European and non-European researchers to co-finance research, technological development and demonstration projects.

altAll aspects of FP7 are open to participation by Thai researchers and institutions including:

  • Research groups at universities or research institutes
  • Companies looking to innovate
  • SME’s and SME associations
  • Government bodies (local, regional or national)
  • Post-graduate students
  • Institutions running trans-national research infrastructures

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Projects in Support of International Research and Innovation Cooperation

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