January 12, 2015
Horizon 2020 brought a number of significant changes compared to its predecessor Framework Programmes or similar schemes in terms of rules for application for funding, financial management and reporting. One of the major differences from previous practices was the introduction of the bi-annual work programmes, which provide the opportunity for all those who intend to submit proposals to have a better understanding about the Commission’s expectations and to start developing their concepts and planning their activities long before the given call or topic becomes open for submission.
Most of the calls are available for only either the first or the second year (2014 and 2015 respectively) of the bi-annual work programme (WP) similarly to FP7’s annual WPs which featured all the calls open for the given period. However, there are a few calls which were designed to maximise the […]