European Research Area Networks (ERA-Nets) are networks of public research organisations that coordinate joint research activities in research areas which are of significant strategic value and relevance to the EU. ERA-Nets are initiated by ERA-Net calls in the Horizon 2020 work programme to which consortia of research funding agencies (ERA-Net consortia) submit ERA-Net proposals. If approved by the Commission, the ERA-Net consortium forms an ERA-Net which runs joint transnational calls and other transnational activities. The first joint call run by an ERA-Net is 33% co-funded by the European Commission.
Science Foundation Ireland are aiming to participate in the following upcoming Horizon 2020 ERA-Nets:
The applications are currently being submitted to the European Commission through the associated consortia (see below). More details to follow shortly.
For more information relating to Science Foundation Ireland support for ERA-NET engagement please contact H2020@sfi.ie.
|Title||Consortia||Topics as per work programme 2016-17||Status|
|ERANet on Nanomedicine||EuroNanomed III||Nanomedicine|
ERANet on Research on Materials Science
and Engineering, Including International Cooperation
|M.ERA-Net II||Material sciences and engineering||
Call launched 15th March 2016FAQs
|FET ERANET Cofund in Quantum Technologies||QuantERA||Quantum technologies|
ERANet A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life:
Biomarkers for Nutrition and Health
Development and validation of biomarkers
for nutrition and health
Call launched on 16 February 2016
Pre-proposal deadline 19 April 2016
|JPND-Pathways Analysis across Neurodegenerative Diseases||
JPI-Neurodegenerative Disease Research
|Neurodegeneration and links across other diseases|