Horizon 2020

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Horizon 2020

Description

It is the most important EU funding programme of R&D and innovation. In its eighth edition, in the period 2014-2020 it contributes to address the most important societal challenges, to promote European industrial leadership and to reinforce the research base. The available budget is around 76.880M€.

Horizon 2020 integrates for the first time all phases from knowledge generation to close-to-market activities: basic research, technology development, demonstration projects, manufacturing pilot lines, social innovation, technology transfer, proof of concept, standardization, pre-commercial public procurement support, venture capital and guarantee scheme.

 

CARTIF participation

CARTIF has been participating actively in this programme and its predecessors from the 5th Framework Programme in collaboration with reference European entities and leading big consortia in very ambitious projects. CARTIF leads 8 projects and participates in other 44.

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Thematic blocks:

NMBP

Short description:

This block basically groups 4 of the so-called key enabling technologies: nanotechnology, biotechnology, advanced materials and advanced manufacturing systems.

Link to the area of knowledge with which it is related:

BIOTECHNOLOGY, INDUSTRY 4.0, MANUFACTURE.

ICT

Short description:

Focused to ICT development, from new components and systmes, to robotics and future internet.

Link to the area of knowledge with which it is related:

INDUSTRY 4.0, INFRASTRUCTURE, HERITAGE, HEALTH, MANUFACTURE, SMART GRIDS

BBI PPP

Short description:

Focused in developing new materials and products from biomass, as well as biorefineries and new associated business models

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

FOOD, BIOTECHNOLOGY, NATURAL RESOURCES, CIRCULAR ECONOMY.

EEB PPP

Short description:

Promotes ecological technologies and the creation of energy-efficient systems and materials for European buildings.

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

ENERGY EFFICIENCY, RENEWABLE ENERGIES, SMART CITIESINFRASTRUCTURE, HERITAGE,

FOF PPP

Short description:

Aimed to help manufacturers, specially SME, adapt to global competitiveness improving their knowledge and use of future technologies

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

 

SPIRE PPP

Short description:

Fosters a sustainable process industry through efficiency in the use of resources and energy efficiency

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

FOOD, CIRCULAR ECONOMY, INDUSTRY 4.0, INFRASTRUCTURE,ENERGY EFFICIENCY, RENEWABLE ENERGIES,

Health, demographic change and wellbeing

Short description:

The main objective of this Challenge is life-long health and wellbeing for all, high quality and economically sustainable health and care systems, and new job and growth opportunities

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

HEALTH

Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine, maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy

Short description:

The specific objective of this Challenge is to guarantee food safety and security, healthy and quality food and other bioproducts, by developing primary production systems that are productive, sustainable and resource-efficient, fostering the respective ecosystem services and the recovery of biological diversity, along with competitive and low carbon supply, transformation and marketing chains.

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

FOOD,NATURAL RESOURCES, CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Secure, clean and efficient energy

Short description:

The main objective is to transition to a reliable and affordable energy system that enjoys public acceptance, sustainable and competitive, with the purpose of reducing dependence on fossil fuels in a context of increasing scarcity of resources, increasing energy needs and climate change

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

BIOTECHNOLOGY, SMART GRIDS,ENERGY EFFICIENCY, RENEWABLE ENERGIES, ENERGY POLICY,SMART CITIES

 

Smart, green and integrated transport

Short description:

The main objective of this challenge is to achieve a more efficient European transport system in the use of resources, which is respectful of the climate and the environment and operates safely and seamlessly for the benefit of all citizens, economy and society.

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

CIRCULAR ECONOMY, INFRASTRUCTURE

 

Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials

Short description:

The overall objective is to achieve a more efficient economy and society in the use of various natural resources and water resistant to climate change, the protection and sustainable management of natural resources and ecosystems, as well as  sustainable raw materials use and supply, in order to meet the needs of a growing world population within the sustainable limits of the planet’s natural resources and ecosystems.

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

NATURAL RESOURCES, CIRCULAR ECONOMY, ENERGY POLICY, HERITAGE

 

Europe in a changing world: Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies

Short description:

The specific objective of this societal challenge is to foster a better understanding of Europe, to offer solutions and support inclusive, innovative and reflective European societies in a context of unprecedented transformations and growing global interdependence.

Link to the knowledge area with which it is related:

HERITAGE,  SMART CITIES

 

 

H2020

 

Responsible

Pedro Mª Caballero

Pedro Mª Caballero

R&D Programmes Department

pedcab@cartif.es

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Hydro4U

Hydro4U

Hydro4U demonstrates innovative and sustainable hydropower solutions targeting unexplored small-scale hydropower (SHP) potential in Central Asia (CA). The project will consider future climate change and transboundary challenges and will integrate them into the Water/Food/Energy/Climate nexus.

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TExTOUR

TExTOUR

TExTOUR mobilizes 18 partners, represented in the quintuple social innovation helix (knowledge, business, society, government and entrepeneurs) to co-design, validate and upscale to various levels, policies and strategies with positive impact on the socio-economic territorial development based on cultural tourism.

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TIGON

TIGON

The proliferation of renewable energies and the electric charges that operates with continuous current originates a growing interest in electric grids that operates with continuous current. This is due to the higher efficiency, security, flexibility and feasability that grids have than those ones that operates with alternate current.

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Metabuilding Labs

Metabuilding Labs

To reach the COP21 goal of nearly-zero energy, zero emission buildings MBLabs Labs strives to unleash the innovation potential of the SMEs of the Construction sector by lowering the entry barriers to test innovative solutions in a network of testing facilities in RTOs and Living Labs in 13 countries

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CATCO2NVERS

CATCO2NVERS

Reduce GHG emissions from the Bio-Based Industries by developing 5 innovative and integrated technologies based on 3catalytic processes. It will transform waste CO2 from 2 bio-based industries into 5 added-value chemicals: glyoxylic acid, lactic acid, furan dicarboxylic methyl ester…

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WalNUT

WalNUT

WalNUT addresses the current gaps in nutrient cycles of differnt European waste water treatmetn systems and their related environmental problems through the application of comprehensive and innovative nutrient recovery systems, by interlinking three fundamental main drivers.

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PHENOLEXA

PHENOLEXA

Agricultural side streams-olives, wine, chicory and onions- are rich in bioactive compounds (BAC) and have antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties. Their full potential has yet to be realised, due to a lack of technologies that preserve the complexity and functionality of these BAC.

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CIRCTHREAD

CIRCTHREAD

The main objective of the project is to unlock access to product data and use it for enhanced CE decision making across the product life cycle. Circthread will enable to capture and share both data and CE decisions as part of a collaborative information infrastructure, providing a Circular product chain of cusotdy.

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