The Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and the University of Nottingham invite you to attend a free workshop for businesses within the aerospace supply chain.
On Friday 8th December the ATI and the University Nottingham will be facilitating a workshop which will outline current European funding opportunities, focusing on the Clean Sky 7th call for proposals and the Horizon 2020 2018-2020 Work Programme.
As many organisations will know, European funding enables a much larger volume of strategic R&D to take place by exploiting additional funds, positions UK organisations in the supply chains of European primes, and facilitates collaborations that expand on capabilities available in the UK.
The event will cover the process and policies of applying for European funding, including expert guidance on writing the best proposal. Louise Mothersole, UK National Contact Point for Transport, along with Hitendra Hirani, EU Programme Manager from the University of Nottingham will be on hand to explain the process and offer their insights on how best to prepare and apply. The event will also include the opportunity for some attendees to try out 2-minute pitches with the aim of building consortiums.
In addition, there will be an opportunity to hear the latest insights on Brexit and to gain an understanding of the ATI’s wider approach to international collaboration.
Date: Friday 8th December 2017
Venue: Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Moor Road, Morley, DE7 6DL
10:00 – Registration and Networking
10:30 – Welcome and Introduction – Malcolm Scott
10:40 – Engaging with the EU – Scott Pendry
10:50 – The Horizon 2020 2018-2020 Work Programme – Louise Mothersole
11:20 – Introduction to the 7th Call for Proposals – Paul Clarke
11:40 – Q & A session
12:00 – Pitches – 2 min/2 slide pitch (5)
12:30 – Networking lunch
13:15 – Pitches – 2 min/2 slide pitch (5)
14:45 – Writing the best Clean Sky proposal – Hitendra Hirani
14:15 – Pitches – 2 min/2 slide pitch (5)
14:45 – Close
To register for this workshop please visit the Eventbrite page.