Using best practice sharing to learn to enhance exploitation potential of funded projects
|Identification of programme||Horizon2020|
|Type of Action||CSA|
|Duration||1. 7. 2020 – 30.6. 2021 (12 months)|
|Total Project Budget||50 000 EUR|
|EU contribution||50 000 EUR|
The project summary:
This project’s goal is to build a peer-learning group of four partners and share each other’s best practices and experience in enhancement of exploitation potential of projects during their whole life cycle (proposal evaluation, support during realization phase and ex-post monitoring). The peer learning will be done during 3 workshops. Further, it is our goal to apply these in practice in order to improve our skills for the benefit of the SMEs we influence. Finally, because these skills are not sufficiently widespread, the project also has a goal to disseminate its results among other research and innovation supporting organizations in Europe. For this purpose, the project will develop a so called Design option paper as an instruction booklet including the summary of all best practices shared and the new methodologies that resulted from peer learning.
WP1: Management and Coordination
WP2: Peer Learning
WP3: Dissemination, Exploitation and Communication
WP4: Ethics requirements
- TECHNOLOGICKA AGENTURA CESKE REPUBLIKY (TA CR), Czech Republic
- FUNDACION PARA EL FOMENTO EN ASTURIAS DE LA INVESTIGACION CIENTIFICA APLICADA Y TECNOLOGIA (FICYT), Spain
- FUNDACION FUNDECYT – PARQUE CIENTIFICO Y TECNOLOGICO DE EXTREMADURA (FUNDECYT PCTEX), Spain
- ASSOCIATION D’EUREKA (EUREKA), Belgium
Usage of personal data in the project
The purposes and means of the processing of personal data was and will be determined by the data controller, the Technology agency of the Czech Republic having its registered office at Evropská 1692/37, 160 00 Praha 6.
The authorised representative of the controller: Mrs. Baya Barbora Nuñez
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +420 732 258 376
TACR team, headed by Baya Barbora Nuñez, clearly declares its intention to protect personal data and expresses its commitment to support all activities related to this. Furthermore, TACR team, together with Mrs. Nuñez, ensures that all project workplaces follow the rules determined by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),
as well as other legal acts issued by the EU or the local law.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 947783.