The financing model in this call is based on so-called cascade funding. This is a model where project funding is based on that the recipient of EU funds distributes subgrants to projects developed by third party actors. The target group for this EU call is therefore organizations that can legitimately represent an area and coordinate, drive and attract executives capable of implementing solutions within the field. Possible examples of such organizations include incubators, science parks, innovation offices at universities, non-profit organizations, research institutes, etc.
10:00 The EU perspective on Next Generation Internet, purpose and aim.
Speaker: Ragnar Bergström, European Commission DG Connect
10:30 Latest updates and FAQ on the H2020-ICT-24 call for intermediaries and third-parties
Speaker: Rebecca Steinert, RISE
11:00 End of webcast - coffee break and mingle
11:15 Discussion, Q&A, networking
12:00 End of meeting
The call H2020-ICT-24 entails three subtopics:
"Strengthening internet trustworthiness with electronic identities: addressing critical challenges related to increasing trust in the internet such as authentication, authorisation, traceability, privacy and confidentiality in personal and non-personal interactions."
"Service and data portability: this topic will address the challenge of personal data portability on the internet as foreseen under the GDPR and the data porting and service provider switching as foreseen in the proposed free flow of non-personal data regulation."
"Open Internet architecture renovation: supporting communities of developers in ensuring Internet architecture evolution towards better efficiency, scalability, security and resilience."