Horizon 2020 workshop on impact and Societal Challenges Inclusive and Secure societies (SC6 & SC7) 

Do you want to learn more about how to succeed with your Horizon 2020 proposal?

During this workshop we will address the impact criterion in proposals focusing on Societal Challenge 6, Inclusive societies and 7, Secure societies. These are broad and multi-disciplinary societal challenges. Have a look at the WP 2018-2020 Inclusive societies and WP 2018-2020 Secure societies to get an idea of the scope.
The aim of the workshop is to give the participants an increased knowledge about Impact and thereby enabling them to write a better Horizon 2020 application. The workshop is open for researchers interested in applying within SC6 and SC7 as a coordinator or partner, but also for researchers with a general interest. However, the workshop requires that you already have some basic knowledge about the H2020 programme*.

Take the opportunity to come and listen to the National Contact Point for Inclusive societies and Secure societies, Anna Halldén and Johan Lindberg, from Vinnova. You will also have the opportunity to listen to Susanna Pehrson from the KTH Research Office, on how to create impact in your research, and Christopher Mathieu from LU, a successful applicant and coordinator of a H2020 SC6 project, will share his thoughts and advice on impact. In the afternoon there will be interactive sessions (workshops) with group discussions on impact and calls in the upcoming SC6 and SC7 Work Programme 2018-2020.

You are very much welcome to this workshop!

Time: 12 April, 9:00-14:30
Venue: LUX, C214, Helgonavägen 3, Lund, see map 
Registration: no later than 31 March. Register at this link

8:30-9:00 Coffee and registration
Welcome (intro to the workshop) 
SC6 and SC7 work Programme 2018-2020
Anna Halldén, Johan Lindberg Vinnova
The importance of the Impact part in an application
Johan Lindberg, Anna Halldén Vinnova
Impact – How do you create Impact in your application and in your research?
Susanna Pehrson, KTH Research Office
11:30-12:30 Lunch (included)
How did you work with the impact part in your application? Lessons learned and experiences from a successful applicant
SC6; QuinnE, Christopher Mathieu, Department of Sociology, Lund University
Workshop – discussions in small groups with focus on impact and specific areas and topics within SC6 and SC7.

*You are welcome to contact your Research Services office at Lund University or Malmö University for further information about the H2020 programme.

Contact person Lund University: Sophie Hydén Picasso, sophie.hyden_picasso@fs.lu.se
Contact person Malmö University: Rebecka Kucer Wallin, rebecka.kucer.wallin@mau.se


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