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EUREKA - Celtic-Plus call for projects
Deadline: 14 Oct 2016   CALL EXPIRED

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 Enterprise and Industry
 Innovation
 Web-Entrepreneurship
 Development and Cooperation
 IT Applications
 Innovation & Research
 Creative Industries
 New Media
 Research
 Digital Society

Call description

Do you want to access new markets, technologies and skills? Do you want to gain recognition through your involvement in an international collaborative R&D project? Do you want to work with partners beyond national borders, develop new products or services, or work on pre-competitive research and development?

Then Celtic-Plus is for you!

Celtic-Plus is an industry-driven European research initiative to define, perform and finance through public and private funding, common R&D projects in the area of telecommunications, new media, future Internet, and applications & services focusing on a new “Smart Connected World” paradigm.

Participation in Celtic-Plus calls offers proposers several unique benefits on top of the public funding. The most important benefits are:

  • Proposers are free to define the content of their project proposal according to their own research interests and priorities. Proposers are not bound by a specific call text.
  • Celtic-Plus projects are close to the market and have a track record of fast exploitation results after the end of the project. So far the projects have led to more than 600 new or improved products and services.
  • High-quality proposals have an excellent chance of receiving funding, with an average success rate of 70 %.

Eligibility criteria

Celtic-Plus projects are open to any type of company, large industry as well as small companies or universities and research organisations, even for companies outside the EUREKA countries.

Funding details

Celtic plus projects:

  • receive public funding, depending on the national funding decisions, of up to 50%
  • can be from less than 1 M€ up to more than 70 M€ in total project budget. Typical project durations are between 24 and 36 months, and can include from 2 to over 50 partners

Contact your National Public Authority or the Celtic-Office for more information on funding.



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