ETNA 2020 strengthens the linkage between the ‘Smart, Green and Integrated Transport’ NCPs and all the research and business stakeholders in the transport sector, including all the transport modes and several cross-cutting areas (e.g. Safety, Logistics, Urban Mobility, Inteligent Transport Systems, Infrastructures, Socioeconomic and behavioural research), providing a variety of services that are tailored to the specific needs of transport stakeholders.LOGINLEARN MORE
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Social sciences and humanities – an added value for your project. Which topics in 2017 Work Programme for SC4 require SSH integration?
SSH encompasses various disciplines – from sociology, psychology, communication and political science to economics, history, culture, law and ethics. It is evident that the knowledge for solving different societal challenges, including those related to the transport...read more
Public stakeholder consultation – Interim evaluation of the Joint Undertakings operating under Horizon 2020
The European Commission launched a consultation with the aim of collecting opinions about the implementation of the Joint Undertaking initiatives under the first three years of the framework programme Horizon 2020. The consultation is public and its results will...read more
Clean Sky’s Best PhD Award: the competition is for all the young scientists who have recently completed a PhD thesis in the field of Aeronautics within the scope of a Clean Sky Project. The Meaning of the Award is to highlight outstanding achievements of three young...read more