A COLLABORATIVE PLATFORM FOR EU-US NGI EXPERIMENTS
The 30-months project NGIatlantic.eu (January 2020 – June 2022) will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams. The aim is to bridge EU-US research on Next Generation Internet.
Thanks to NGIatlantic.eu’s funding for open calls dedicated to EU-US teams working together on NGI experiments, it is expected that the collaborations will move from workshops mode to a significant increase in the transatlantic cooperation activities that have either already started in the FIRE, ICE-T and NGI programmes or new ones that will receive significant acceleration from the Open Calls provided in NGIatlantic.eu.
- 5 Open Calls (Call#1: April 2020 – watch this space for the priority topics that will be selected and the full call text!);
- 8 Million Euros funding to European organisations to carry out high-quality R&I experiments on NGI EU/US experimental platforms;
- 3- to 6-month collaboration projects involving European and US-based organisations, each with a funding range from 25k€ to 150k€;
- An External Advisory Group (EAG), supporting with its competent contribution the relevance of the research topics prioritisation;
- An External Pool of Evaluators (EPE), ensuring independence and fairness of the proposals’ selection process (watch this space if you are interested in becoming an External Evaluator for the NGIatlantic.eu calls!);
- A Twinning Lab providing a webspace for researchers, innovators and start-ups to discover and connect with suitable transatlantic actors and establish complementary EU-US partnerships in addressing NGI challenges across a number of topics.
NGIatlantic.eu coordinator: Jim Clarke
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