EC publishes numerous recent Horizon 2020 call evaluation results
The European Commission (EC) has published its flash call information on several recent call evaluations under Horizon 2020 on its Participant Portal.
There had been several calls under under the European Research Infrastructures work programme of the Horizon 2020 "Excellent Science" pillar, all of which had closed on 22 March 2018. 27 proposals were submitted to the call "Integrating and opening research infrastructures of European interest", of which 23 were above threshold, requesting a total budget of € 220 million, compared to an available budget of € 116.5 million for this call.
The call "Implementing the European Open Science Cloud" received one proposal which was also eligible and requested the available budget of € 12 million for this call.
The call "Support to policy and international cooperation" received 9 proposals, of which 7 were eligible (6 for CSA and 1 for RIA). The total budget requested by the eligible proposals is slightly more than € 14 million, compared to € 12.6 million available for the call.
A total of 14 proposals were submitted to the call "Development and long-term sustainability of new pan-European research infrastructures", of which 12 were above threshold. The total budget requested was € 53.2 million, compared to € 15 million available for the call.
"Cybersecurity" was a call under the Information and Communication Technologies work programme of Horizon 2020. The call had closed on 29 May 2018 and had received 13 proposals, of which 9 were eligible. The total budget requested was € 144.9 millon, compared to € 50 million available for this call.
The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH2 JU) had a number of calls, all of which closed on 24 April 2018. According to the EC's flash call information, "Transport" had received 19 proposals for 6 different topics, of which a total of 15 were above threshold; "Energy" had received 25 proposals for 8 topics, of which 14 were above threshold; "Overarching" had one proposal, which was also above threshold; and "Cross-cutting" had 14 proposals for four different topics, of which 8 were above threshold.
The ICT call for 20 different topics had closed on 17 April 2018. A total of 530 proposals were submitted, of which 310 were above threshold. The above-threshold proposals together requested a total of € 1,439 million, while the budget available for these calls was € 448 million.
The deadline for the two-stage call under the Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 Joint Undertaking (IMI2 JU) was 14 June 2018. 28 proposals were submitted, of which 18 were above threshold. The first-ranked proposals have been invited to submit a full proposal by 11 December 2018.
The FET Proactive - High Performance Computing call had closed on 15 May 2018. 7 proposals were submitted, of which 4 were above threshold. The total budget requested was € 7.9 million, compared to an available budget of € 4 million.
"Governance for the Future" was a call under the work programme "Europe in a changing world – Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies" of the Societal Challenges pillar. 4 proposals were submitted, with 3 above threshold. They requested a budget of € 4.8 million, compared to € 1.5 million available for this call.
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