Tags : Horizon Europe

Europe’s 100 Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities Announced

The Commission today announced the 100 EU cities that will participate in the EU Mission for 100 climate-neutral and smart cities by 2030, the so-called Cities Mission. The 100 cities come from all 27 Member States, with 12 additional cities coming from countries associated or with the potential of being associated to Horizon Europe, the EU’s research and innovation programme […]Read More

The Netherlands and Horizon 2020

Earlier this month Dutch science and technology support organisation Rathenau Instituut published an extensive study to the position of Dutch research, education and industry in the EU Horizon 2020 programme. This article highlights some of the key findings of this study. You can find the full study here (in Dutch). The Netherlands and Horizon 2020 […]Read More

Horizon Europe: Call for IOD/IOV Experiments

The European Commission has opened a call for expression of interest for In Orbit Demonstration/Validation (IOD/IOV) Experiments. This call opened on 28 March 2022 and will remain open until the submission deadline on 31 May 2022. Background of this Call One of the main objectives of the Space strategy for Europe is to foster a […]Read More

Introducing Iliad: A Digital Twin of the Ocean

EU Awards €17 million to the ILIAD Project to Launch an Innovative Digital Twin of The Ocean. The Dotspace Foundation is proud to be one of the partners in this exciting new project. The ILIAD consortium includes 56 international partners. Together, they will develop virtual representations of the sea that will integrate and extend existing […]Read More

Opportunities in Horizon Europe through Collaboration

Last week dotSpace, together with Netherlands Space Office NSO organised a successful networking webinar, connecting the Dutch and European space sector in finding opportunities to collaborate under the Horizon Europe programme. In this article we present the organisations that pitched in this session, looking for potential consortium partners. This networking session was the last in […]Read More

Horizon Europe Opportunities for EGNSS

Join the webinar on opportunities in Horizon Europe for Galileo and EGNOS, organised for the Netherlands Space Office (NSO), this Thursday 7 October 2021! Funding calls for the space sector In the webinar we will highlight a selection of Horizon Europe calls that will require EGNSS data from Galileo and EGNOS as part of the […]Read More

Find your space funding calls with OpenCalls.Space!

Netherlands Space Office Commissioned by the Netherlands Space Office, dotSPACE is launching a new initiative to support the Dutch space sector in finding relevant Horizon Europe and other European funding calls. This initiative will be managed by Groundstation under the name OpenCalls.Space. The project includes a portal with all relevant calls, including factsheets, and a […]Read More

Space for Forestry Webinar

In our monthly webinar series, Eurisy and dotSpace bring together research, government and industry experts to talk about innovative solutions and funding opportunities. This week the focus is on Space for Forestry. This multidisciplinary initiative provides an open networking and knowledge sharing platform where space and non-space professionals exchange ideas, discover opportunities and meet each […]Read More

Horizon Europe: What we can learn from mission-oriented space policies

Horizon Europe: What we can (and cannot) learn from mission-oriented space policies. Policies relating to space are often used as an example by innovation scholars. Due to enormous amounts of R&D in space technologies, long development times, high dependency on governments, and the high spillover effects, the space sector is emblematic for other sectors dealing […]Read More

Horizon Europe for Earth Observation

Horizon Europe is the European Union’s newest seven-year research and innovation programme. Running from 2021 to 2027, its design will allow Horizon Europe to serve all the headline ambitions of the Political Guidelines of the European Commission. The programme’s general objective is to deliver scientific, technological, economic and societal impact from the Union’s investments in […]Read More