Spain and Austria are announcing the 2nd Call for Proposals for joint R&D projects, focusing on developing innovative products and applications in all technological and application areas. Applicants are expected to develop ready to market solutions or projects which have strong market potential for Spain and Austria.
Respective National Authorities responsible for this call are as follows:
These organizations will also provide access to public funding for labeled joint projects. The support will be given to each partner by its respective National Authorities in accordance with their national laws, rules, regulations and procedures in effect, on a non-exchange of funds basis, and subject to budgetary availability in each country.
In order to apply to the present call, partners must meet the following qualifications:
Any partner whose cooperative R&D project is consistent with the aforesaid criteria can apply to the present call in accordance with the national laws, rules, regulations and procedures in effect in each country.
Submission and approval procedures
Partners will be asked to submit a short project outline via the Eureka Project Application Form. The completed electronic form must be submitted simultaneously to FFG and CDTI-EPE by 16 April 2018.
The forms have to be legally signed by all participating companies.
The signatures must be scanned and sent together with the form as an integral part of the application. The forms must be completed in English, signed by both project partners and sent to the program managers.
Deadline for submission to FFG and to CDTI-EPE: 16 April 2018 (12:00 h. local time)
Each country will fund its eligible participants according to its national procedures and funding rules laws, rules and regulations.
National funding to approved project proposals will be considered under the normal national funding schemes for the respective programs. There is no additional budget allocated to this call for projects.
All companies registered in Austria are eligible for funding, universities and research centers can be funded as subcontractors only. In addition to the EUREKA project form the Austrian participant has to submit a separate national full proposal to the General Program (Basisprogramm) via e-Call at the FFG webpage. The evaluation of the Austrian project part is carried out by internal experts. The project must fulfill the national criteria (“Basisprogramm-Leitfaden”). There is no dedicated budget for this call.. Funding in Austria is provided on an annual basis only, therefore follow-on applications must be submitted for the max. duration of 3 years. The funding provided by FFG are grants:
Detailed information on national rules and procedures
CDTI-EPE will finance industrial research and/or technological development activities of Spanish companies. Universities and research centers can be funded as subcontractors.
Spanish tasks in the project can only start after submitting the funding application to CDTI-EPE. For further information, please contact directly with CDTI-EPE.
Participants are invited to contact their national project coordinators before submitting the documents in order to check the eligibility of the project idea and consortium.
Funding at this extent will be provided only to projects positively evaluated by both public funding agencies: CTDI-EPE and FFG.