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Horizon 2020 Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) open calls

17.04.2018

Digital technologies underpin innovation and competitiveness across private and public sectors and enable scientific progress in all disciplines. The topics addressed in the 2018-2020 Work Programme cover the ICT technology in a comprehensive way, from technologies for Digitising European Industry, HPC, Big Data and Cloud, 5G and Next Generation Internet.

At the moment there are several open topics, with submission deadline on 17 April 2018:

  • ICT-02-2018: Flexible and Wearable Electronics
  • ICT-03-2018: Photonics Manufacturing Pilot Lines for Photonic Components and Devices
  • ICT-04-2018: Photonics based manufacturing, access to photonics, Datacom photonics and connected lighting
  • ICT-07-2018: Electronic Smart Systems (ESS)
  • ICT-11-2018: HPC and Big Data enabled large-scale Test-beds and Applications
  • ICT-12-2018: Big Data technologies and extreme-scale analytics
  • ICT-13-2018: Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy
  • ICT-16-2018: Software Technologies
  • ICT-18-2018: 5G for cooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM)
  • ICT-21-2018: EU-US Collaboration for advanced wireless platforms
  • ICT-22-2018: EU-China 5G Collaboration
  • ICT-24-2018: Next Generation Internet – An Open Internet Initiative
  • ICT-25-2018: Interactive Technologies
  • ICT-26-2018: Artificial Intelligence
  • ICT-27-2018: Internet of Things
  • ICT-28-2018: Future Hyper-connected Sociality
  • ICT-29-2018: A multilingual Next Generation Internet
  • ICT-31-2018: EU-US collaboration on NGI
  • ICT-32-2018 : The Arts stimulating innovation
  • ICT-34-2018 : Pre-Commercial Procurement open
  • ICT-35-2018 : Fintech: Support to experimentation frameworks and regulatory compliance
  • DT-ICT-02-2018: Robotics – Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH)
  • DT-ICT-06-2018: Coordination and Support Activities for Digital Innovation Hub network
  • DT-ICT-07-2018-2019: Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories

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