TECHNOLOGY-TRANSFER 33: Horizon Europe in a nutshell: EU-Japan collaborations & IP implications
31-01-20 | 10:00 - 11:30 AM CET
Horizon Europe is a planned 7-year European Union scientific research initiative meant to succeed the current Horizon 2020 program. The European Commission drafted and approved a plan for the Horizon Europe to raise EU science spending levels by 50% over the years 2021-2027.
As of April 2019 the Commission proposes €94.1 billion for Horizon Europe – due to launch in 2021 – up from €77 billion for the current Horizon 2020. The Japanese government might budget about €10 million a year for greater scientific cooperation with the European Union on climate, agriculture, artificial intelligence and other strategic areas, according to Japan’s vice minister for innovation policy.
Registration deadline: 30/01/2020
Topics learned during this webinar?
The participants will receive the following information:
- An overall view of what will be the next EU Research & Innovation Investment Programme (2021 –2027)
- How Japan institutions and companies can apply to EU collaborative funding
- IP implications in EU collaborative funded Research & Innovation projects
Speaker: Gloria Villar Acevedo is the Head if the European Projects Office at PONS IP. Graduated in Chemistry at the Universidad Complutense of Madrid (UCM). PhD in Chemistry from the University of Washington (USA).
Organiser: EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation - Brussels Office
Moderator: Luca Escoffier is a Project Manager of the EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk