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Cena H2020 – Lepšie využívanie antibiotík

Kód výzvy: H2020-HOA-01-2015
Dátum konečnej uzávierky: 17-08-2016 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
Celkový rozpočet výzvy: €1,000,000
Hlavný pilier: Spoločenské výzvy
Všeobecné informácie:
Ocenenie je určené jedincovi alebo tímu, ktorý dokáže vytvoriť najefektívnejšie zariadenie, ktoré by u pacientov rýchlo a účinne odhalilo infekciu horných dýchacích ciest, pre ktorej liečbu nie sú potrebné antibiotiká.

Cieľom iniciatívy je zredukovať zbytočné používanie antibiotík v prípade vírusových ochorení horných dýchacích ciest, znížiť náklady a vedľajšie účinky spojené s užívaním antibiotík, spomaliť rastúcu rezistenciu baktérií voči antibiotikám a podobne.

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Rural Renaissance

  • Identifier: H2020-RUR-2018-2020
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  • Deadline: Wed, 23 Jan 2019 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
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  • Modification date: Wed, 20 Jun 2018

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  This page aims to inform H2020 applicants that the Commission is planning to publish a new H2020 Rural Renaissance topic (RUR-20-2018). This pre-information notice is published for information purposes only. If you are interested in applying, you are advised to wait for the publication of the call text and consult regularly the "Calls for Proposals" page. The pre-information page also contains an indicative call publication date, call deadline and budget, and the draft topic text.  

Call for proposals: H2020 – Rural Renaissance – (H2020-RUR-2018-3 single stage) Published:  July 2018 (date to be confirmed) Deadline: 11.09.2018 Total budget: EUR 10,00 million RUR-20-2018: Digital solutions and e-tools to modernise the CAP Specific Challenge: The EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020[1] calls on the modernisation of public administrations in Europe and improving the interaction with citizens and businesses. This modernisation aims to reduce administrative burden on stakeholders, including farmers, based on the reuse of common services. A set of cross-border services in key policy areas such as health, procurement, justice and identification have been successfully developed in the past through Large-Scale Pilots. Another key domain of application is the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The EU's CAP delivers on a wide variety of social, environmental and economic goods. Due to its multiple dimensions, broad range of stakeholders involved and the large geographic area covered, the current governance system is complex. This results in high socio-economic costs for those involved and society at large. The current infrastructure governing the CAP direct payments (the Integrated Administration and Control Systems, IACS) which includes different realisations across Member States, contains important amounts of detailed and valuable data. However, to reduce the important gap between the use of these data currently limited to agriculture, and the potential broader uses (e.g. for monitoring environmental and climate policies) in combination with new technologies, ancillary space data and other data sources such as agri-environment-climate data while reducing socio-economic and administrative burden will require new forms of data interoperability and accessibility beyond the CAP. It is expected that the development of new cross-border services will have spill over effects for other fields of application.  Scope: The proposal should support the further development of the IACS, promoting extensive data and information flows between Member States, the European Commission and various other stakeholders through a Large-Scale Pilot. The proposal should ensure that appropriate and relevant data collected at the source become a reliable additional input for subsequent processes of payment and performance monitoring. The cross-border dimension of this pilot is essential to define a pan-EU standardised IACS. The pilot should demonstrate how cross-border information could contribute to simplifying and rationalising the administrative process by reusing (open) data and contribute to increasing the overall social, economic and environmental performance of the CAP measures for all actors, including the farmers. The project will also identify the drivers, barriers, potential vulnerabilities and legal issues associated with implementing the new system in the EU that can be generalised to other fields of application. The project will enable the interaction and co-creation based on the existing national systems, and will re-use if relevant existing cross-border services, in particular services operated by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) telecom programme. The free access to the foreground must be guaranteed to enable access by any Member State to the results specifications. In addition open source (EUPL "European Union Public Licence") must be used. To demonstrate the robustness and the socio-economic benefit of the pilot, the project must test and validate the newly developed technologies and tools for at least 12 months in real conditions across different use cases. The Large-Scale Pilot shall include a minimum of six relevant national administrations (or legal entities designated to act on their behalf) from at least six different EU Member States. Projects are expected to fall under the concept of the multi-actor approach[2]. The Commission considers that proposals requesting a contribution from the EU up to EUR 10 million would allow this specific challenge to be addressed appropriately. Nonetheless, this does not preclude submission and selection of proposals requesting other amounts.  Expected Impact: Achieve a further integration and digitisation of the EU CAP's governance infrastructure. The project shall:  ·         evaluate the reduction of the socio-economic costs and – barriers for a wide range of stakeholders involved in the implementation of the CAP; ·         improve the potential of IACS to be used for monitoring, analyses and control, by incentivising administrations to share part of their national LPIS information with EU bodies, academia and research institutions; ·         achieve a higher level of system interoperability and (meta-)data standardisation, allowing innovative ways to use and combine agri-environment-climate data; ·         achieve user acceptance validation addressing privacy, security, vulnerability, liability, identification of user needs. In the long term this pilot will contribute to a more inclusive, efficient and sustainable EU CAP. Type of Action: Innovation Action  


This draft has not been adopted or endorsed by the European Commission. Any views expressed are the views of the Commission services and may not in any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the Commission.

This draft is made public, before the adoption of the 2018 amendment to the work programme 2018-2020, in order to provide potential participants with information on this topic which is being included in the amended work programme. Only the adopted amended work programme will have legal value.

The adoption of the amended work programme will be announced on the Horizon 2020 website and on the Participant Portal.

Information and the topic description indicated in this draft may not appear in the final amended work programme; and likewise, new elements may be introduced at a later stage. 

Any information disclosed by any other party shall not be construed as having been endorsed by or affiliated to the Commission.  The Commission expressly disclaims liability for any future changes of the content of this document.

 For questions, please contact the Research Enquiry Service[3].  [1]EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016–2020 Accelerating the digital transformation of government.pdf  [2] See definition of the 'multi-actor approach' in the introduction to this Work Programme part.  [3]Available at 



  • Identifier: H2020-JTI-IMI2-2018-14-two-stage
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  • Deadline: Tue, 11 Dec 2018 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
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  • Modification date: Mon, 18 Jun 2018

Latest information: Proposal numbers Stage 1 submission deadline for the Call IMI2-2018-14-two-stage has closed on the 14 June 2018. 28 proposals have been submitted. The breakdown per topic is: IMI2-2018-14-01: 12 IMI2-2018-14-02:   3 IMI2-2018-14-03:   9 IMI2-2018-14-04:  4

Evaluation results for stage 1 are expected to be communicated in the second part of August 2018.

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