euROBIN: 2nd Open Call Launched
The euROBIN Network of Excellence Centres has launched its 2nd Open Call for the Technology Exchange Programme to add new methodical expertise to the network, requesting specific solutions which will be integrated with the partners and uploaded to EuroCore repository.
Deadline: 14 February 2024
Do not miss the possibility to integrate and test your code, method or hardware in some of the most advanced robotic platforms in Europe and address significant research challenges.
Companies of any size, research organisations and academia-research groups can now apply to the 2nd Open Call for the Technology Exchange Programme:
- The access to a 12-month support programme with top-class technical experts to mentor to build transferable tech solutions to be included in the EuroCore repository.
- A 60 000 Euro lump sum to cover the costs to deploy the digital twin solution.
You will join some of the euROBIN core teams that will help you with integrating and evaluating the developed solutions of the robots at the hosting labs. Two euROBIN partners will typically act as host institutions for the stays, providing access and support to the euROBIN robot platforms.
Who can apply?
Proposals should be submitted by the organisation within which a group of researchers/PhD students (endorsed by the organisation they belong to/work at) will be delegated to work in a laboratory.
Entities entitled to receive the grant should have the status of:
- Company of any size
- Research Organisation
- Academia-Research Groups
The entities have to be registered in:
- The Member States of the European Union and its Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) or
- Associated Countries (AC) to Horizon Europe
- Other third countries.
Info Day on the 2nd Open Call
12 December 2023 at 11:00 am CET
Join the euROBIN 2nd Open Call Info Day and learn how to get up to €60K equity-free to integrate and test your code, method or hardware in some of the most advanced robotic platforms in Europe.
euROBIN is the Network of Excellence that brings together European expertise on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will establish a unified pan-European platform for research and development. For the first time, a large number of distinguished research labs across Europe are jointly researching AI-Based Robotics. Goals include both significant scientific advances on core questions of AI-based robotics as well as strengthening the scientific robotics community in Europe by providing an integrative community platform. The network is open to the entire robotics community and provides mechanisms of cascade funding to double its number of members over the next years.