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FAQ regarding implications of Covid-19 outbreak for current and future H2020 projects

The current Covid-19 outbreak and its consequences may also implicate current or future H2020 projects. If you have question about the implications for your running H2020 projects, such as cost implications, delayed reporting or an extension of the project duration, please check the FAQ website of the European Commission which was launched to help you with these matters.  For future Horizon 2020 calls with original deadlines between now and 15 April, the EC will apply extensions. The precise new deadlines for each call and topic will be published on the call and topic pages on the Funding and Tenders Portal. Depending on the evolvement of the situation, there might be more extensions also for calls with later deadlines. Please check the FAQ website regularly or contact Maria-Valerie Schegk from the TUM Brussels Liaison Office for more information.



International Workshop „Green Materials for Batteries in Horizon 2020“

19 February 2020, 10am to 5pm I Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy I Prinzregentenstraße 28, 80538 Munich

The Bavarian Research Alliance and Innovation Centre Denmark is inviting to a workshop especially addressing researchers specialized in battery technologies. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers from academia and industry from different regions and countries in Europe to develop joint proposals within Horizon 2020 Industrial Leadership calls with a special focus on battery technologies. 

The participation is free of charge. Please find further information and the registration (until 3 February 2020) here

Application seminar for the Horizon 2020 Health Programme

11 February 2020 I Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry I Kraeplinstr. 2-10, 80804 Munich

The National Contact Point Health is offering a one-day seminar in Munich on 11 February 2020 for applications within the Horizon 2020 programme “Health, demographic change and well-being” (with a deadline in April 2020). Coordinators and consortium partners are invited to participate and gain valuable tips and insights for a successful proposal.

The participation is free of charge. Registration is possible via the following link and ends on 04 February 2020: