New networking tool available for Horizon 2020 proposers for the 2015-2016 calls in ICT for Health, Wellbeing and Demographic Change (SC1)

An online networking tool is now available to proposers to find potential partners for proposing a project under the Horizon 2020 funding programme, topics 'ICT for Health, Wellbeing and Demographic Change' (Societal Challenge 1 or SC1).

This tool is limited to the topics of SC1 (Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing) in Horizon 2020 which:

  • Are listed under the calls that opened in October 2015 with a closing date in 2016.
  • Are ICT-centred (topics managed by DG CONNECT),
Proposers should check also the partners search tool offered by FitForHealth (which covers also the other SC1 topics) and Ideal-IST.

How to use the tool

To make yourself known as a potential partner:

  • Log onto the website using your Digital Agenda Portal events profile. If you do not have a profile yet, you can create one on the spot. Make your profile public and activate the "Email Me" feature.
  • Fill in your partner profile, indicate which of the topics you are interested in, give details of relevance to potential partners.
  • See proposers' ideas, comment on the ideas, contact the proposers.

If you have a concrete project idea:

  • Enter your project idea and allocate it to the relevant call topic.
  • Your contribution will immediately appear online. You can edit it at all times afterwards.


In particular, the tool is aimed to facilitate consortium creation for the following listed calls:


Source: European Commission

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