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NGI_Trust 2nd Open Call Webinar

November 4, 2019 @ 12:30 - 14:00

Interested in submitting a proposal to the NGI_Trust 2nd Open Call?

Up to €200,000 in funding available.

Join us for a Webinar on Monday 4th November 12:30-14:00 CET.
Register via: https://forms.gle/B2oP2DVmJtdbcdbH9

The call is open to individuals or organisations, or groupings thereof.

Specifically, the following may apply, either on an individual basis or as a consortium:

  • Researchers and developers (holding a master’s degree or higher) employed in third-level education institutes, research infrastructures, not for profit organisations and charitable (scientific) foundations and public research centres.
  • Internet technologists and innovators, privacy and trust specialists and action groups
  • Organisations/companies with relevant privacy and trust cases or concerns in specific sectors or ‘verticals’ (fields such as health, etc.).
  • Micro, small and medium sized enterprises firms working on internet technologies.

Applicants may be legal entities or natural persons and should be registered (for organisations) or resident (for individuals) in an EU Member State or a Horizon 2020 associated country.

NGI_TRUST Open Call third-party projects

Three types of third-party projects will be awarded funding:

  • Type 1 (viability): up to €75,000 per project from NGI_Trust, no matching funds required. The objective is to explore and assess the technical feasibility and/or commercial potential of a breakthrough innovation that aims at enhancing privacy and trust for the NGI. Activities can include conceptual development, risk assessment, market study or intellectual property management of a new technology or service, or a new application of existing technologies. Indicative duration: 6 months.
  • Type 2 (execution): up to €150,000 per project from NGI_Trust and matching funds of up to €75,000 (2/3 – 1/3 model). The objective is to fund R&D or technology development projects underpinned by a strategic plan and feasibility assessment (which can be, but need not be, developed through a Type 1 project funded by NGI_Trust). Indicative duration: 6-9 months.
  • Type 3 (transition to commercialisation): up to €200,000 per project from NGI_Trust and the equivalent in matching funds (50/50). These projects should pursue the commercialisation of a privacy and trust enhancing innovation for the NGI (which can be, but need not be, developed through a Type 2 project funded by NGI_Trust). Indicative duration: up to 12 months.



November 4, 2019
12:30 - 14:00
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Vladimir Cvijanovic