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ERA-NET INCOMERA

Transnational Cooperation

INCOMERA

FCT is one of the partners of INCOMERA - Innovation and Commercialisation in the NMP thematic area, an ERA-NET dedicated to the promotion of transnational research in the NMP area - Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies. The INCOMERA consortium consists of 21 partners from 12 countries and 11 european regions.

Em destaque

FCT will not participate in the 2016 INCOMERA call.

Partners

DGO6, Belgium; IWT, Belgium; Region Alsace,France; Région Nord-Pas de Calais, France; KIT,Germany; ATHENA RC, Greece; RWG, Greece; NIH, Hungary; ICI, Iceland; Regione Piemonte, Italy; Sviluppo Toscana SPA, Italy; VenInn, Italy; FCT, Portugal; UEFISCDI, Romania; STUBA, Slovakia; SKOLSTV, Slovakia; SAS, Slovakia; INNOVACIO, Spain; GAIN, Spain; IVACE, Spain; MATIMOP, Israel; TUBITAK, Turkey

Objectives

  • To detect and financially support NMP research results likely to provide solutions for innovative products, processes or services;
  • To analyze and assess the lessons from the measures taken and supported in various Member States to exploit transform research results;
  • To provide operational guidance for supporting efficiently the successive steps between research and innovation, paying particular attention to the use of European Regional Development Funds (ERDF), in the context of Smart Specialization Strategies.

Instruments

  • Develop all synergy required for supporting SME's transnational/regional cooperation, within the context of each region's smart specialization strategy for enhancing the commercialization/productivity plans of NMP consortia;
  • Launch an Online Platform for innovation providing tailored made services to NMP research projects that reached TRL4;
  • Launch three joint calls for proposals to fund innovative industrial research projects close to the market.

Contacts

Rui Durão
rui.durao@fct.pt
Tel: (+351) 213 911 532

FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Av. D. Carlos I, 126
1249 – 074 Lisboa
Portugal