Towards Horizon Europe – series of webinars

In the light of the future merging of energy, climate and mobility within the HE Cluster ‘Climate, Energy and Mobility’, NCPs CaRE together with the networks of National Contact Points ETNA2020 (https://www.transport-ncps.net/) and  C-Energy 2020 (http://www.c-energy2020.eu/) organised a series of webinars devoted to the transition between Horizon2020 and Horizon Europe.
The events offer insights on the structure of the future Framework Programme, focusing on partnerships and missions related to its Cluster 5.All webinars are available at ETNA2020 website at the following link: https://www.transport-ncps.net/towards-horizon-europe/

How to write a Data Management Plan

The next Research Data Management webinar from OpenAIRE and EUDAT “How to write a Data Management Plan” will be held  on Thursday, 7 July 2016 at 11.00 CEST.

As several research funders are carrying out (Open) Data Pilots, projects and researchers are increasingly required to deliver a Data Management Plan or DMP. The DMP is a useful instrument for researchers to reflect on and communicate about the way they will deal with their data. It prompts them to think about how they will generate, analyse and share data during their research project and afterwards.

In this webinar Sarah Jones (DCC) and Marjan Grootveld (DANS) will talk you through the aspects that Horizon 2020 requires from a DMP. We’ll discuss examples from real DMPs and also touch upon the Software Management Plan, which for some projects can be a sensible addition. Target audience is Researchers, data librarians, project coordinators and research officers.

Contribute to European competitiveness through support to the standardisation process and standards

In Horizon2020 standardization has been recognized as a valuable tool to contribute to innovation “Contribute to European competitiveness through support to the standardisation process and standards”.

Anticipating the Horizon2020 calls, CEN and CENELEC are hosting a webinar on 17 November to explain what role European standardization plays and how project proposers can address standardization in proposals.

To register your interest please email research@cencenelec.eu mentioning ‘Horizon2020’ in the subject line. Detailed information and the webinar access link will follow at the beginning of November.

The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) are two distinct private international non-profit organizations based in Brussels. We are two of the three officially recognized bodies by the European Commission to develop voluntary European Standards (EU Regulation 1025/2012).