Have your say on Sweden's strategy for taking part in Horizon Europe

Published: 10 July 2020

Ahead of EU's next framework programme, Horizon Europe, Vinnova - together with Formas, Forte, the Swedish Energy Agency, the Space Agency and the Swedish Research Council - have been commissioned by the Government to develop a proposal for a strategy for Swedish participation in the programme. An important part of the work is to gather opinions from Swedish research and innovation actors.

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The assignment to develop a proposal for a strategy for Swedish participation in Horizon Europe includes analyzing Swedish participation in ongoing and previous framework programs. The analysis will form the basis of what should characterize a valuable and strategic Swedish participation in Horizon Europe.

To gain further perspectives, a collection of views from Swedish research and innovation actors will be an important part of the process. All actors will have the opportunity to contribute to the strategy. In mid-August, Vinnova will conduct a survey and on September 29, all research funders will hold a digital hearing together to discuss the proposal. During the hearing, you as a participant will be given access to the ambitions, objective and measures that the financiers have discussed within the assignment, there is also the opportunity to share their views and thoughts with all the actors participating in the meeting. Keep an eye on Vinnova's website for the latest information about the survey and seminar.

The authorities that have been awarded the assignment and produce the proposal are the Swedish Energy Agency, Forte, Formas, the Swedish Space Agency, the Swedish Research Council and Vinnova. On October 30 this year, the proposal is submitted to the Ministry of Education.

The survey will be published on this site in mid-August.


Karin Aase

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