EU Funding

Horizon 2020 – the new Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (duration 2014 to 2020) is the European Union’s main instrument for funding science, technological development and innovation. 

It continues the 7th Framework Programme and furthermore integrates the important parts of the previous Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) as well as the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).

Horizon 2020 comprises the main pillars “excellent science”, “industrial leadership” and “societal challenges”. These are the keywords under which you may find the University of Bremen’s projects below.

Excellent Science

Industrial Leadership

Societal Challenges

COST: Initiative for European Cooperation in Science and Technology

COST is an international initiative for in the area of scientific and technical research, supporting trans-national cooperation among researchers, engineers and scholars across Europe. It is COST's task to bring together European research institutions, universities and corporations, enabling them to realise joint research projects.

COST Action CM1301: Chemistry for ELectron-Induced NAnofabrication (CELINA)
Project leadr: Prof. P. Swiderek
Function of the University of Bremen: Coordinator 

Scientists from the University of Bremen have been involved in 128 projects under the 7th Framework Programme, 27 of which have been coordinated by the University of Bremen.

The 7th Framework Programme had been divided into specific programs. The overview over current projects of the University of Bremen under the 7th Framework Programme is sorted according to the four programs Cooperation, Ideas, People and Capacities.