Published the number of proposals submitted in the SC5 topic

A total of 239 proposals were submitted in response to this call. The number of proposals for each topic/type of action is shown below.

•SC5-01-2016-2017 (RIA): 14
•SC5-02-2017 (RIA): 2
•SC5-04-2017 (RIA): 3
•SC5-06-2016-2017 (RIA): 5
•SC5-07-2017 (CSA): 6
•SC5-19-2017 (CSA): 7
•SC5-31-2017 (CSA): 5
•SC5-13-2016-2017 (RIA): 14
•SC5-15-2016-2017 (CSA): 12
•SC5-16-2016-2017 (CSA): 6
•SC5-18-2017 (RIA): 40
•SC5-22-2017 (RIA): 14
•SC5-26-2017 (PCP): 2
•SC5-30-2017 (ERA-NET): 1
•SC5-32-2017 (ERA-NET): 1
•SC5-33-2017 (ERA-NET): 1
•SC5-08-2017 (IA): 16
•SC5-14-2016-2017 (IA): 48
•SC5-21-2016-2017 (IA): 42

A total of 45 proposals were submitted in response to the call H2020-SCC-2016-2017 SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES. The number of proposals for each topic/type of action is shown below:

•SCC-02-2016-2017 (IA): 45

Finally  a total of 117 proposals were submitted in response to H2020-IND-CE-2016-17 call. The number of proposals for each topic/type of action is shown below:

•CIRC-01-2016-2017 (IA): 72
•CIRC-02-2016-2017 (IA): 45

Horizon 2020- First results

This publication presents the results of Horizon 2020’s first 100 calls for proposals, which closed by 1 December 2014. Since this is a relatively small sample, from the very beginning of a seven year programme, it would be risky to draw any firm conclusions at this stage about how Horizon 2020 will develop until it finishes in 2020. Any patterns or trends could of course change in the future. The Commission will continue to monitor Horizon 2020 very carefully, and adapt work programmes as necessary. The mid-term review of Horizon 2020 will also present an opportunity to make any more substantial adjustments that might be needed. In order to put the statistics into some context, in many cases comparable data is provided in relation to the previous EU research funding programme, the Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7). However, any comparison between Horizon 2020 and FP7 should only be made with caution since the FP7 data always refers to the whole seven years of the programme and because the scope and content of the two programmes are quite different. Horizon 2020’s budget of €77 billion is also much bigger than FP7’s budget of €55 billion

Download the report: https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/sites/horizon2020/files/horizon_2020_first_results.pdf