Information meetings for the 2023–2024 Horizon Europe topics

Horizon Europe

Finally, Horizon Europe Work Programmes for 2023–2024 released!

The Commission has FINALLY released final versions of the Horizon Europe Work Programmes for 2023-2024. These Work Programmes are catalogues of available funding over the next two years, and are an invaluable tool for planning your applications. You can find links to the Work Programmes, along with several fine quotes from the Commission, at the following link:

EU to invest €13.5 billion in research and innovation for 2023-2024


How do I find out more?

Given the release of the new Work Programmes, now is an excellent time to engage with collaborative research in Horizon Europe. To help you find the right topic, Research Services are arranging a full programme of digital information meetings at Lund. We have designed these meetings to give a concise overview of the key themes and novelties in each thematic cluster, and practical tips for using the relevant Work Programme. We aim to make these events welcoming to researchers just getting starting with EU funding, while providing useful technical details for those of you with more experience. You can sign up for these events at the links below:




Thematic Cluster

Registration link

Monday 23 January

15:00 – 15:45

Digital, Industry and Space

Cluster 4 registration

Tuesday 24 January

15:00 – 15:45

Culture, Creativity & Inclusive Society

Cluster 2 registration

Wednesday 25 January

15:00 – 15:45

Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture & Environment

Cluster 6 registration

Monday 30 January

15:00 – 15:45

Civil Security for Society

Cluster 3 registration

Tuesday 31 January

15:00 – 15:45

Climate, Energy & Mobility

Cluster 5 registration

Wednesday 1 February

15:00 – 15:45


Cluster 1 registration


Beyond our own events, we can also recommend some other upcoming information meetings:

  • The Commission runs a full programme of information events. While some of these events have been taking place over December, recordings of all events are made available after they have finished. These events tend to be packed full of detail: EC Information days
  • Region Skåne is offering 4 workshops focused on those clusters most relevant for Skåne’s smart specialisation areas: Health; Digital, Industry and Space; Climate, Energy and Mobility; and Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture & Environment. These events are in collaboration with Sweden’s National Contact Points for these clusters: Region Skåne information meetings (in Swedish)


On top of these meetings, you are always welcome to contact us directly at Research Services to discuss your specific interests and needs for your research. We look forward to discussing these upcoming funding opportunities with you!

Contact information for staff at Research Services – contact Anna-Karin Wihlborg, Anneli Wiklander, John Phillips, Kerstin Gidlöf or Rickard Eksten for help with EU funding.

december 14, 2022

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