ETNAplus is happy to invite you to the second edition of the training ‘Shaping the Horizon 2020 Transport challenge’. The increasingly ‘platformised’ EU Transport research landscape may leave you wonder how Horizon 2020 and its workprogrammes are developed. What is the role and influence of programme committees, ETPs, PPPs JTIs and their stakeholders? By having a better understanding of these processes, you can give a better support to your national research community. You will also be able to organise your community in such way that you are in a better position to help feeding national priorities into the programme.

As experienced NCPs in the inner circles of Brussels, Erik van de Burgwal and Cliff Funnell, want to share their knowledge and experiences with you. Vice versa we hope that we can also learn from each other, because everyone perceives this from his own angle and has his/hers own experiences. Therefore we look forward to having a useful and interactive day in The Hague.

The Hague is located on the coast side of the Netherlands, within easy reach from Amsterdam Schiphol airport.

Training is restricted to H2020 Transport NCPs.

If you wish to participate, please register by the 20th of April. As the number of attendees is limited to 15, NCPs will be served on a first come, first served basis and expenses can be covered by the project, according to the ETNAplus rules for reimbursement.

For any issues related to the training, do not hesitate to contact erik.vandeburgwal@rvo.nl or isaline.chaumier@ifsttar.fr.

Provisional agenda and registration available here .