EUREKA eHealth Call for application-driven research, technologies and innovations
The EUREKA eHealth call is now open for project proposals on eHealth. The call, jointly launched by the Netherlands and Switzerland, stimulates application-driven research and development of technologies and innovations. Together they strive for high impact R&D projects and encourage interdisciplinary public-private partnerships through this call. The primary focus is to allow children and adolescents in the primary/secondary school context, as well as their families and relatives, to learn more about their health, its daily functioning, how to manage it and contribute to health research. The goal Is to both improve individual and population health. Curious whether your project is a match for this call?
What kind of projects are eligible?
Projects must be directed at researching or developing a (set of) product(s), process(es) or service(s) related to the scope of the call. The duration of the project may not exceed 36 months. Furthermore, there must be technological risk involved (industrial research and/or experimental development) in the project activities.
Participation and application
The EUREKA eHealth call consists of three steps:
1. Online information and project building
- Potential applications are invited to participate in an online information event. The scope and ambition of the joint call will be further explained.
- When: February 24, 2021.
2. Submission project outline
- Dutch and Swiss consortia are able to draft and submit a project outline fitting the scope of the call. Proposals will be provided with detailed feedback and the most promising are invited to submit a full project proposal.
- When: April 30, 2021.
3. Submission full project proposal
- After feedback on the project outlines, consortia are invited to submit a full project proposal and apply for funding.
- When: August 2, 2021
- The consortium includes at least one independent partner from Switzerland and one independent partner from the Netherlands;
- The consortium includes at least one (for profit) company, one public partner (schools, municipalities, and so on) and one research institute from the Netherlands and Switzerland;
- The project must benefit all project partners in a well-balanced consortium and the project is significant to the health strategies in both countries involved;
- The project has an obvious advantage and added value resulting from the cooperation between the participants from the different countries.
Interested in applying?
Then don’t hesitate to contact us for more information on the call or how to apply. We would be pleased to support you with reviewing or writing your application. Has your application already been granted for this call or any other collaborative project? Then Hezelburcht can also fully or partially take over the project management of your project.