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The Evolution of FP7 Work Programmes

Location Brussels, Belgium
Date 04 June 2009  | 16:00 - 17:30
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FP7 logo The June edition of the COST Seminar featured Dan Andrée, Special Advisor to the Swedish Ministry of Education and Science.

Dan Andree and Martin Grabert at the COST Seminar

It was a full house at this month’s COST Seminar as participants came to find out more about how to best contribute to the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). Dan Andrée, Special Advisor at Vinnova, the Swedish Ministry of Education and Research, shared his experience when he presented a study published in March last year.

Who can be involved in the preparation? What to do, when and how? These were just some of the topics under discussion. Mr Andrée talked about the evolution of FP7 Work Programmes in general. He also described the importance of developing a strategy to contribute to FP7 and provide answers to the different justification topics. “It’s not about negotiations but about convincing the ideas to the Commission,“ he added.

‘A rough guide to the FP7 Work Programmes. Who can be involved in the preparation? What to do, when and how?’ describes the internal process of how the Work Programmes of the Seventh Framework Programme are prepared by the Commission and gives advice on how to set up a strategy for giving constructive input to the Commission in shaping the Work Programmes.

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