H2020 Funding 2017: Sound Solutions for Healthcare

Note, in addition to the thematized calls, H2020 programme has various bottom up funding schemes, making the applicants free to choose the areas of research. We encourage our members to look at these options as well: European Research Council (ERC), Future and Emerging Technologies (FET), and Marie Sklodowska - Curie Actions.

Find the overview here.

 

Our selection of the thematized calls:

TOPIC : Accelerating market introduction of ICT solutions for Health, Well-Being and Ageing Well

Topic identifier: SMEInst-06-2016-2017

Deadline Phase 1:
15 February 2017 17:00:00, 03 May 2017 17:00:00, 06 September 2017 17:00:00, 08 November 2017 17:00:00

Objective:

The challenge is to help overcome the current gaps in exploitation of promising research results in ICT for Health, Well-being and Ageing well and to stimulate increased availability and market uptake of relevant ICT products and services. This concerns both interoperable and secure eHealth solutions for consumers and institutional healthcare delivery building on standards and new ICT solutions and innovation ecosystems for ageing well building on open software platforms, in order to deliver new and more efficient care to European citizens and respond to new market opportunities for SMEs.
Particular attention should be given to potential for disruptive innovation and fast market up-take in ICT for health, wellbeing and ageing well. In particular it will be interesting for SMEs and young companies that are looking for swift support to their innovative ideas.

TOPIC : Open Disruptive Innovation Scheme

Topic identifier: SMEInst-01-2016-2017

Deadline:
Phase 1: 15 February 2017 17:00:00, 03 May 2017 17:00:00, 06 September 2017 17:00:00, 08 November 2017 17:00:00

Objective:

The challenge is to provide support to a large set of high risk innovative Startups and SMEs in the ICT sector. Focus will be on companies proposing disruptive ICT concepts, products and services applying new sets of rules, values and models which ultimately create new markets (e.g. by tackling non consumption) or disrupt existing market.
The objective of the ODI is threefold:
1. Nurture promising innovative and disruptive ideas;
2. Support prototyping and scalability of disruptive solutions through validation and demonstration in real world conditions;
3. Promote wider deployment and/or market uptake.
Proposed projects should have a potential for disruptive innovation and fast market up-take. The action is particularly well suited for start-up and young innovative SMEs that are looking for swift support to their innovative ideas
Partners
SMEs dedicated consortia, universities can be sub-contractors only.