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Who can apply to the H2020 SRC activities?

04.02.2016 | Who can apply to the H2020 SRC activities? The general rules regarding who can apply, can be found in the H2020 Participant Portal Online Manual: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/docs/h2020-funding-guide/grants/applying-for-funding/find-partners_en.htm In addition of these general rules, these are the admissibility conditions for the COMPET-3-2016: No beneficiaries of grant agreement EPIC (640199) except DLR research institutes, Eurospace and SME4Space VZW ... Read more »

What is the SRC on Electric Propulsion?

04.02.2016 | What is the SRC on Electric Propulsion? The Horizon 2020 Space Strategic Research Clusters (SRC) on Electric Propulsion “In-space Electrical Propulsion and Station-Keeping” is a system of grants connected among them, aiming at a common long-term objective. The Commission considers that such an objective is best achieved through a multi-annual structured approach. The SRC system ... Read more »

Where to find the Horizon 2020 call documents for Electric Propulsion?

22.10.2015 | The European Commission has published the final version of the 2016/2017 Space Work Programme on their Space homepage and in the Particpant Portal. It includes two topics related to Electric Propulsion: COMPET-3-2016-a and COMPET-3-2016-b You can download the full Work Programme here: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/h2020-section/space Please take note that it is very important to consider the guidance documents ... Read more »

What is EPIC?

17.01.2015 | What is EPIC? The “Electric Propulsion Innovation & Competitiveness” (EPIC) is the PSA (Coordination and Support Action) of the H2020 SRC on Electric Propulsion. Its main functions are: elaborating an SRC roadmap and implementation plan; providing advice to the Commission for the SRC calls documentation for Operational Grants, contributing to the assessment of progress and ... Read more »