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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/06/2017
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
Hotel Genova

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ETNA 2020 organizes the third training to National Contact Points and stakeholders in Rome (IT) on 7 June 2017. The main topic of this training is Joint Undertakings (JUs) and more specifically JUs in Transport related thematic areas. JUs are structures chosen to implement Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs), organizing calls for proposals, overseeing selection procedures and putting in place contractual arrangements for projects set up to implement the JTI research agendas. Shift2Rail, CESAR & Clean Sky are Transport JUs, which offer many opportunities for stakeholders in both Research and Industrial Communities with a focus in specific transport fields (rail, aviation, aeronautics).

The objectives of the training event are the following:

  • Have a better understanding of each JUs priorities and future strategic plans
  • Become aware of each JU’s legal framework and possible financial specificities
  • Receive information of the past and future activities of each JU

JU’s high-level representatives will present all relative information. You can find attached the draft Agenda.

Concerning the reimbursement conditions, we would like to highlight that reimbursement is for NCPs only: Only NCPs from EU Member States and Associated Countries, other than ETNA2020 beneficiaries, are entitled to be reimbursed for their participation to ETNA2020 events; a separate message will be sent to all the Associated partners aiming at explaining the reimbursement rules and procedures.

Selection of the Associated NCPs to get reimbursed will be upon an Expression of Interest via email to ETNA2020@apre.it and project coordinator approval.

For more information, you can contact:
Mr. George Baroutas
Transport NCP in Greece
ETNA 2020 team member
gbaroutas@help-forward.gr
302421032762

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