You can benefit from more than 20 years of EU project experience. We share our knowledge with you in one of our hands-on workshops or funding webinars (fundinar). For enquiries please contact us directly.

Workshop

Interactive and hands-on group-based teaching with exercises.

Training module information:

  • Description: Group-based teaching with exercises
  • Location: On-site
  • Duration: 1-2 days
  • Organiser: Universities or research organisations
  • Focus: Funding opportunities, Proposal document elaboration
  • Participants: Up to 12 participants
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Fundinar

Over the course of an hour we provide a quick and effective insight into various aspects of EU funding programmes. Our experts share their knowledge based on their accumulated experience and expertise of managing grants for over 20 years.

Training module information:

  • Description: Web-based tutorial
  • Location: Online (Adobe Connect)
  • Duration: 45 minutes (with 15 additional minutes reserved for questions)
  • Organiser: accelopment
  • Focus: Health, Energy, Materials, ICT (Information and communications technology)
  • Participants: Up to 25 participants
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Workshop Funding Advice

Interactive workshops for researchers and technology-oriented companies to identify the best suitable funding schemes for their project ideas and plans.

Objective: You will get in-depth knowledge into available R&D and innovation funding programmes and identify those that are most relevant to your project ideas.

Contents:

  • Overview (EU) funding schemes
  • Selection of research area specific programmes and requirements
  • Project types and funding rules
  • Strategies for project acquisition

Participation prerequisites:

  • Ideas or plans for an R&D / innovation project
  • Basic knowledge on public funding an advantage

Fundinar Funding Advice

User-friendly webinars providing researchers and companies with key facts on relevant funding programmes.

Objective: You will get an insight into available R&D and innovation funding programmes and identify those that are most relevant to your project ideas.

Contents:

  • Overview of (EU) funding schemes
  • Selection of research area specific programmes
  • Project types and funding rules

Participation prerequisites:

  • Interest in european R&D or innovation projects
  • Basic knowledge on public funding an advantage

Workshop Proposal Writing

Hands-on workshops on how to write a competitive proposal for researchers who are planning to apply for Horizon 2020 project.

Objective: You will get an insight into different EU programme requirements, set up your project specific work plan and learn about successful features of your proposal.

Contents:

  • Objectives of EU funding programmes
  • Call documents and other sources
  • Proposal set-up and contents
  • Evaluation criteria
  • Scientific part, Impact chapter and Implementation requirements
  • Budgeting

Participation prerequisites:

  • Plans for an EU funded project
  • Intermediary to advanced knowledge on Horizon 2020 an advantage

Fundinar Project Management

A guided tour through the essentials of being a successful project coordinator. Also helpful for project planning at proposal stage.

Objective: You will be familiar with the most important Horizon 2020 rules, the most common challenges for coordinators and which approaches have proven successful to address these.

Contents:

  • Planning: Objectives, Work breakdown, Timing
  • Risk management
  • Monitoring progress
  • Documentation & Reporting
  • Communication

Participation prerequisites:

  • Either an approved project (recommended) or
  • in active project planning at proposal stage

Workshop Research Project Management

Hands-on workshop on managing a collaborative research project with a focus on Horizon 2020. Includes exercises and guidance on helpful tools that work in practice.

Objective: You will be familiar with all important Horizon 2020 rules, all common challenges for coordinators and which approaches and tools have proven successful to address the challenges.

Contents:

  • Planning: Objectives, Work breakdown, Timing
  • Risk management
  • Monitoring progress
  • Documentation & Reporting
  • Communication

Participation prerequisites:

  • Approved project (recommended) or in active project planning at proposal stage

Fundinar Impact & Outreach

A succinct webinar providing inspiring examples and concrete advice for compelling impact sections and outreach activities.

Objective: You know the key features that make a compelling impact and outreach section and you will get some ideas for innovative outreach activities.

Contents:

  • Expectations for impact section
  • Do’s and don’ts
  • Toolbox: exemplary outreach activities

Participation prerequisites:

  • Plans for EU funded project

Workshop Project Impact & Outreach

Hands-on workshop for anyone who has to write the impact section in a H2020 proposal.

Objective: You know what information you need for a compelling impact section, how to structure content and bring it efficiently on paper.

Contents:

  • Expectations for impact section
  • Good practice examples
  • Impact pitch: Write and present an elevator pitch for your project’s impact
  • Optimizing the structure of your impact section
  • Optimizing the presentation of your impact section

Participation prerequisites:

  • Plans for EU funded project

Reference

„Our four Early Stage Researchers in the NeoGel project got an insight into EU and other funding opportunities and benefitted from accelopment`s many years of experience in European and other grants.”
Dr Andreas Heise, RCSI Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, IE

 

Our Experts

Dr. Jeanette Müller
Jeanette has over 20 years of experience in the acquisition and management of publicly funded projects. She knows how to organise projects efficiently and to serve different stakeholders.
Dr. Johannes Ripperger
Johannes manages several EU projects, he has a track record in successfully supporting researchers and enterprises in acquiring and managing national and international research projects.
Julia Goetz
Julia plans the communication activities for internal and external stakeholders of several EU projects and implements them in close collaboration with the respective project partners.