Horizon Europe, the European Union’s new research and innovation program, is the largest multinational research program in the world.
Join us on May 27 to learn about Horizon Europe and the opportunities it offers to US researchers, innovators and institutions.
The $116 billion (€95.5 billion) Horizon Europe program will run from 2021-2027, and in addition to funding bottom up research, is designed to focus on some of the world's biggest challenges, from cancer and climate change, to the health of our cities and food supplies. It offers US researchers the possibility to collaborate with large European projects, as well as to apply for generous grants available to individuals interested in spending part of their careers in Europe. It also presents opportunities for entrepreneurs and innovators with breakthrough, disruptive ideas interested in scaling them up in Europe.
- Stavros Lambrinidis, Ambassador of the European Union to the US
Presentation of Horizon Europe
- Jean-Eric Paquet
Director-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
- Patrick Child, Deputy Director General, Implementation, Impact and Sustainable Investment Strategies, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
- Irene Norstedt
Director, Health Research, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
- John Bell
Director, Healthy Planet, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
- Angela Liberatore, Head of Unit on Social Sciences and Humanities, European Research Council
- Mary Kavanagh
Minister-Counselor, Research & Innovation, Delegation of the European Union to the USA
- Maria Cristina Russo, Director for International Cooperation, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission