Instruments for disseminating and exploiting project results
The EU Commission provides the following instruments for the publication, dissemination and exploitation of research results from EU projects for free use:
1. Horizon Results Platform:
2. Open Research Europe
3. Horizon Results Booster
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) supports German coordinators in extending their European networks and in preparing of project proposals in Pillar II of "Horizon Europe".
The European Commission has published a call for interest to review project proposals under Horizon Europe: Call for expression of interest.
Experts who are already registered in the database do not need to reapply. However, they may have to express their willingness to undertake an assessment activity within the framework of Horizon Europe and can also update their data.
You can apply for a review electronically via the European Commission's funding portal.
You can find the website for the project assessment here.
The United Kingdom left the EU on December 31, 2020. With the withdrawal agreement of 24/12/2020, UK institutions will typically remain eligible for programs funded by the 2014-20 Multiannual Financial Framework. This also includes Horizon 2020.
The European Commission has concluded association agreements with a number of countries. This means that institutions from the following countries can participate as eligible partners in Horizon Europe, HEU (incl. European Innovation Council, EIC) under the same conditions as institutions from EU Member States: