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Workshop: Proposal preparation- Linking the EU and China successfully in Horizon 2020 RTD projects


12 June 2018 from 00:00 - 18:00

Stuttgart, Germany

Aimed at research organisations and innovation and technology-based companies who are keen to explore project collaboration opportunities with Chinese partners, this 2 day training  will give attendees insights into the preparation of Horizon 2020 proposals with Chinese participation. The training will highlight general aspects of writing Horizon 2020 proposals for Research and Innovation Actions (RIAs), Innovations Actions (IAs) and Coordination and Support Actions (CSAs). A strong focus of the training will be given as well on the particular requirements of the Chinese Co-Funding Mechanism (CFM), which provides separate funding for Chinese participants of Horizon 2020. Participants will gain an overview of the procedures, regulations, timeframes and other requirements needed to consider if applying for the CFM as well as specific guidance on how to find and work with Chinese partners.

The training includes many interactive sessions and will provide an essential foundation for any organisation who sees the Chinese research and innovation  sector as an innovation  development opportunity. Spaces are limited to max of 15 attendees so please register early to avoid disappointment. Registrations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.

NB the deadline for registration at close of play on 5th June.


12-13 June 2018,


Arrival: 08:30 for 09:00 start

End: 17:30


Steinbeis 2i GmbH, Kienestraße 35, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany




European research and innovation stakeholders looking to explore collaborations, through Horizon 2020 project opportunities, for research and innovation projects with China.


€500 per person incl. VAT (includes materials, lunch and refreshments)


To register please click on the following link: register here


With extensive experience in proposal writing for funds across Europe and China, the team at Steinbeis 2i GmbH  will be able to guide you as you move forwards into Horizon 2020 projects with Chinese partners. .

Alternatively, contact Faith Blakemore, Project Manager, Steinbeis 2i GmbH, Karlsruhe:



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