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Six EUREKA countries launch joint call for research projects in manufacturing technologies


Countries part of the network formed by the EUREKA Umbrella PRO-FACTORY-PLUS: Hungary, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey, are jointly launching a call for research projects in the field of manufacturing technologies.
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Participants from those countries are invited to submit joint project proposals for collaborative industry-led R&D projects aimed at creating new products, processes and services for civilian applications. Project applications will be accepted until before Thursday 15 January 2015.

Special priority will be given to proposals of the following domains:
  • flexible production;
  • mechatronics and sensors for smart production;
  • resource efficient production;
  • automation engineering and factory automation;
  • production processes and machine tools for lightweight components;
  • smart and sustainable manufacturing processes;
  • smart manufacturing equipment.
National and technical EUREKA experts will be present at the EUREKA innovation event, taking place in Basel, Switzerland on 19 November, to discuss project ideas and assist potential applicants with specific information about funding opportunities.

Project outline documents are to be submitted to projects@eurekanetwork.org. Applicants will be notified of the results of the evaluation of those outlines within the shortest possible timeframe, about 2-3 weeks. In a second stage, a shortlist of applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal.

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