News archive for The UiB Brussels Office
UiB’s Energy Director Kristin Guldbrandsen Frøysa visited Brussels mid-October for a meeting with the newly elected EERA executive committee.
Tor Eldevik leads EASAC report, “A sea of change: Europe’s future in the Atlantic realm”.
There are still funding opportunities in Horizon 2020. Learn more about some of the upcoming calls.
3 May saw the official opening of UiB’s new Brussels office, in the heart of the European quarter.
There are several ways to create your own success within Horizon 2020. Some more creative than others, Matthias Kaiser was one of them.
The UiB Brussels Office is relocating in March. The office offers practical and strategic support to groups and researchers who are interested in establishing networks applying for EU funding.
Starting in 2021, EU’s next research and innovation framework programme is called Horizon Europe. Kristof Vlaeminck from UiB’s Brussels Office explains what this will mean to UiB researchers.
In their very first meeting, the board of The Norwegian Marine University Consortium (NMUC) had talks with the executives from the European Marine Board. The next step is to shape the consortium into a vital bridgehead for cooperation with the EU.
The University of Bergen has the highest success rate among Norwegian universities in the competition for support from Horizon 2020. More than one in five proposals have been funded.
Evaluating project proposals for Horizon 2020 will provide useful insight into EU's research policies and the evaluation process. UiB's Brussels Office can help you in creating a relevant expert profile.
Coming to Brussels can be time consuming and doesn’t always fit with your agenda. Nevertheless, it can be interesting to invest some of your time to do so. And this is exactly how you should look at it: as an investment.
Beatriz Balino is the new leader of UiB's administrative support for external funding. "We will increase the competence of our research administration to assist in the preparation of competitive research proposals, she says.
Do you want your science to be more visible in Brussels? Then you should get in touch with Kristof Vlaeminck. Meet the University of Bergen’s man in Brussels.
Kristof Vlaeminck is appointed head of the University of Bergen’s Brussels office. He will take an active part in making more UiB scientists succeed in achieving EU funding.