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COST

Aim and Objectives

COST - European CO-operation in Science and Technology is the European framework supporting trans-national cooperation among researchers, engineers and scholars across Europe. COST’s aim is to enable breakthrough scientific developments leading to new concepts and products. It hereby contributes to strengthening Europe’s research and innovation capacities.

While the COST does not fund research itself, it provides support for networking activities carried out within COST Actions. COST Actions are active through a range of networking tools, such as meetings, workshops, conferences, training schools, short-term scientific missions (STSMs) and dissemination activities. COST Actions are open to researchers from universities, public and private research institutions, as well as to NGOs, industry and SMEs.

COST invites researchers throughout Europe to submit proposals for COST Actions through a continuous Open Call.

For more information on next collection dates and how to submit a proposal for a COST Action, please visit the Open Call page.

Researchers can also apply to join an existing COST Action or become involved in various COST Action activities.

(Source: COST)

How do I join a COST Action?

  1. Submit your COST Action proposal Participants are invited to submit proposals for COST Actions contributing to the scientific, technological, economic, cultural or societal knowledge advancement and development of Europe. Multi- and interdisciplinary proposals are encouraged. For more information please visit the COST webpage.
  2. Join an Existing COST Action
    1. Each Member State may appoint two members of the Management Committee (MC Members) and three MC Substitute Members. Interested research organization from Slovenia, which has running national or European projects, that represent a source of funding for research, should express interest to join COST action and fill-in the form. The appointment is carried out by the COST National Coordinator.
    2. In accordance with a Chair of the action, participants can participate in COST action, as member of working group as well.

For more information on how to join, please visit the COST Participate page.

(Source: COST)

Contact
Mrs Mojca Boc
COST National Coordinator
Department of Research Infrastructure and International Cooperation
tel. (+386 1) 400 5971
e-mail: mojca.boc@arrs.si


H2020

Aim and Objectives

The Agency encourages participation of Slovenian research organizations in Horizon 2020 calls for proposals. Slovenian organizations, which applied for the project as the applicant or the main coordinator or participated as a partner in an international consortium for a project in connection with published calls for proposals within the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, Horizon 2020, and have received over 65% of the total score in the evaluation process are entitled to a one-time financial contribution to the costs of the project application. n.

Financial contributions to the costs of preparation and application of the project amount to:

  • EUR 2.000 per project application, if a Slovenian organization applied as the coordinator or the applicant within an international consortium, and
  • EUR 1.000 per project application, if a Slovenian organization participated within an international consortium or applied for the project independently, if so assumed by the invitation of the European Commission.

Target audience

Researchers apply through research institutions as applicants. Private researchers entered in the database on implementers of research & development activities in the Republic of Slovenia and in the Register of private researchers run by the Agency are also eligible to apply.

Contact
Mr Bojan Volf
Department of Research Infrastructure and International Cooperation
tel. (+386 1) 400 5973
e-mail: Bojan.Volf@arrs.si

 

 

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