to the homepage of the Hungarian ICT Project Office MTA SZTAKI (ISTOK).
We help Organisations wishing to participate in the European Union's HORIZON 2020 programme mainly topics in Information and Communication Technologies Programme (ICT).
Information and Communication Technologies (Original ICT homepage)
Preparation and Submission of Proposals: Proposals for indirect RTD actions are invited to be submitted only as an electronic proposal via the web-based Electronic Proposal Submission System (EPSS). All proposals for indirect RTD actions must contain two parts: the administrative forms (Part A) and the content (Part B). Proposals for indirect RTD actions must be prepared and submitted on-line. Part B of proposals for indirect RTD actions can only be submitted in PDF format ('portable document format', compatible with Adobe Version 3 or higher with embedded fonts). Compressed ('zipped') files will be excluded. The EPSS software tool is expected to be available for this call from 19 March 2007. Proposals for indirect RTD actions that are submitted on-line and which are incomplete, illegible or contain viruses will be excluded. Versions of proposals for indirect RTD actions submitted on a removable electronic storage medium (e.g. CD-ROM, diskette), by e-mail, or by fax will be excluded. Further details on the proposal submission procedure are given in the Guide for Applicants for this call.
information related to Work Programme 2007 - File Type: doc
Guides for Applicants:
Please select the funding scheme, or sub-funding scheme, corresponding to the work programme topic you are addressing, from the list below. You will then be linked to the correct EPSS entry point.
Work Programme 2007-2008 as agreed by the Programme Committee - File Type: pdf
Evaluation Forms - File Type (zip)
Handbook on evaluation and selection of proposals - File Type: pdf
Council decision concerning the FP7 - Euratom (2007 to 2011) - File Type: pdf
Council decision concerning the Specific Programmes - File Type: pdf
Rules for submission of proposals
and the related evaluation, selection and award procedures (the specific
arrangements for each call are described in the relevant Guide for
Applicants) - File Type: pdf
The Hungarian contact point of the Hungarian ICT Project Office
is Eva Feuer <email@example.com>
at MTA SZTAKI the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The address of this Hungarian homepage is <http://istok.sztaki.hu>.
Webmaster: Marx Attiláné <firstname.lastname@example.org>.