Belgium

COST is an intergovernmental framework consisting of 41 Full Members, 1 Cooperating Member and 1 Partner Member. The 41 COST Full Member countries govern COST via their representatives in the COST Committee of Senior Officials (CSO) – the General Assembly of the COST Association.

This allows researchers from these countries to embark upon networking opportunities by participating in science and technology networks called COST Actions.

Choose a country in the list below for an overview of the Country National Coordinators (CNC), Action participation and Action Chairs for each Member. A full list of all CSO delegates is available here.

COST Full Members

The 41 COST Full Members are: Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary*, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, The Netherlands, The Republic of North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Türkiye, Ukraine, and United Kingdom.

COST Cooperating Member

Israel is a Cooperating Member. A Cooperating Member implies non-voting rights in the COST CSO. However, researchers from COST’s Cooperating Member enjoy member rights in COST Action participation.

COST Partner Member

South Africa is a Partner Member of COST. A Partner Member implies no rights to attend the COST CSO. However, researchers from COST’s Partner Members enjoy observer rights in COST Action participation.

CNC Members

Ms Pascale Van Dinter
Country representative for Belgium
More info
Ms Pascale Van Dinter
+32 2 238 37 43
cost-nc@belspo.be

Belgian Science Policy Office
International Coordination
WTC III
Boulevard Simon Bolivar 30
1000 Brussels
Belgium

Facts & figures of Belgium’s participation in 2022

50
STSMs & Training Schools in country
493401.34
Budget received
81
Leadership positions within Actions

Individual participation in all Action activities

Participation by gender

    Participation by age

      Actions