Latest News: Research funding

ERC publishes plans for 2023 call for proposals

The European Research Council (ERC) has recently published its plans for the 2023 call for proposals. After two years of ERC grant competitions that followed an untypical schedule, the ERC intends to return to a normal calendar of calls under the Work Programme 2023. That Programme has yet to be approved, so the dates of the calls are still tentative and subject to change. 


2023 Calls Calendar


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If you are interested in applying for an ERC grant, please contact us.


FAQ on the implications of the current Covid-19 events for current and future projects within Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe research funding

The current events surrounding Covid-19 may have an impact on current as well as future projects within the research funding. If you have any questions about the impact on your project, such as cost implications, delayed reporting or an extension of the project duration, you can find information and help on the European Commission's FAQ website.
Please check the FAQ website regularly. Current and updated deadlines for your project can be found on the Corona platform of the Funding & Tenders Portal.
If you have any questions or require further information on the implications of the current Covid-19 process for research funding, please contact Maria-Valerie Schegk at the TUM Liaison Office in Brussels.


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Current calls for proposals

Calls for proposals on the website of the European Commission

The Participant Portal online provides an overview of all calls in Horizon Europe. With the new keyword search function, you can find relevant calls for your own research priorities in the "Work Programmes".