The BILAT-UKR*AINA ICT In-House trainig was successfully held in Budapest on 6-7th October 2014

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RCISD organized a very successful and fruitful training for the Ukranian researchers.

The best Hungarian trainers, experts, and project managers have accepted our invitation; thanks to their prepardeness, knowledge and experience instructive and interesting presentations were offered during the two-day-long training. Creative and useful gruop-works –led by experienced trainers– improved the practical skills of the trianees on project preparation and proposal writing. During the discussions the experts gave useful advices, suggestions and remarks for the trainees.

As the aim of BILAT UKR*AINA is to promote EU MS/AC – Ukraine cooperation in Science and Technology, our training supported participation in joint projects by providing concrete information and practical training on proposal writing.
The in-house training gather experienced Hungarian researchers in the field who sum up their experiences either through presentations or roundtable discussions. The participants coming from various top-level universities or research institutes of Ukraine also had the chance to get hands-on experience in H2020 proposal writing with the support of their Hungarian fellows. Opportunities for networking were also planned to increase the likelihood of formulating joint projects. The in-house training was closed by the study visit to the CERN Wigner Data Center.

The agenda of the training can be downloaded here: Agenda – ICT In-House Training

Presentations:

Introduction of BILAT-UKR*AINA & STI cooperation between the EU & Ukraine by Ms Caroline Schuster (CNRS)

 

General introduction of Horizon 2020 and opportunities for Ukraine by Ms Edina Németh (Deputy Head of Department at National Innovation Office) ICT in Horizon 2020 by Ms Edina Németh, Hungarian ICT NCP (National Innovation Office) Calls in 2015 (presentation on ICT WP, Leadership in the Industry, Key Enabling Technologies, etc.)

 

How to register your institution? – Short guide on how to register your proposal in ECAS by Mr Béla Kardon

 

Lessons Learnt from the first round of H2020 proposals – Hungarian examples by Mr Sándor Bottka (National Innovation Office) – most frequent questions – main differences from FP7

 

Evaluation process in H2020, criteria for excellence, impact and implementation by Ms Gyöngyvér Lenkeyné Dr. Biró (Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research)

 

Education, Research and Innovation at EIT ICT Labs Budapest Associate Partner Group by Ms Zsuzsanna Várhalmi (Deputy Director, EIT ICT Labs Budapest)

 

e-Infrastructure projects with ICPC partners – Expectations from the view of an FP7 project coordinator by Mr Róbert Lovas (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for ComputerScience and Control)

 

Cooperation in the development of software technologies based on open standards by Mr Kázmér Koleszár, researcher of Multiráció Ltd

 

Education, Research, Innovation – a Department’s view on the changing Digital Universe by Mr Attila Vidács, Deputy Head of Department for Telecommunications and Media Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

 

Horizon 2020, Art. 185, AAL – Active Assisted Living Research and Development Programme by Mr Lóránt Vajda (Healthcare Technologies Knowledge Centre, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

 

Our Experience in the FP7-H2020 overlap period: The IP COMBO project by Mr Tibor Cinkler (Department for Telecommunications and Media Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

 

PRACE – The Benefits of European Supercomputer Networking by Mr Tamás Máray (National Information Infrastructure Development Institute)

 

Lessons learnt in FP7 – the SCI-BUS story with ICPC partners by Ms Éva Feuer (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for ComputerScience and Control)

 

Comparison of FP7 and H2020 in the Future Internet activities by Mr Gábor Vattay (Eötvös Loránd University)

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