Calls for European Projects

Principal calls for European projects

The SFIP (Société Française des Ingénieurs des Plastiques), the CNEP (Centre National d’Evaluation de Photoprotection) and SIGMA Clermont are organizing a colloquium on Polymer materials in the field of Sport and Leisure on 21 and 22 March 2018 at Clermont-Ferrand (France).

More information : http://www.sfip-plastic.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/CallForPapers_PolymersSportLeisure_web.pdf

If you are interested in giving a paper, please use the form page to submit your proposal with an abstract on an A4 page (maximum) and send them to us before 10 November 2017.

Contact : communication@techtera.org

This is the main framework programme of the European commission for funding research, development and innovation.

More information: www.horizon2020.gouv.fr.

Here are the calls for projects where the textile sector could place itself (the list is not exhaustive).

These few elements form a working basis for future projects.

NMBP 04-2017 / Architectured/Advanced material concepts for intelligent bulk material structures Deadline = 10/11/2016 (1) + 25/04/2017 (2)

NMBP 05-2017 / Advanced materials and innovative design for improved functionality and aesthetics in high added value consumer goods Deadline = 10/11/2016 (1) + 25/04/2017 (2)

NMBP 12-2017 / Development of a reliable methodology for better risk management of engineered biomaterials in Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products and/or Medical Devices Deadline = 10/11/2016 (1) + 25/04/2017 (2)

NMBP 46-2017 / Pilot Lines for Manufacturing of Nanotextured surfaces with enhanced mechanical properties Deadline = 10/11/2016 (1) + 25/04/2017 (2)

NMBP 48-2017 / Paper-based electronics Deadline = 10/11/2016 (1) + 25/04/2017 (2)

IoT-01-2016 / Large Scale Pilots – Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems Deadline = 12/04/2016

More information: bmougin@techtera.org

 

This new type of EU funding, aims to support small consortia of three to five organisations.

The stated aim of the programme is to cross the last technological stage before placing on the market (the TRL (Technical Readiness Level) required must be at least 6).

The maximum contribution is €3 million per project.

More information: http://www.horizon2020.gouv.fr/cid96230/appel-2016-pour-programme-fast-track-innovation-pilot.html