IMI2 - Call 20

Call ID: H2020-JTI-IMI2-2020-20-two-stage
Action Type: RIA – Research and Innovation Actions

Update 08/04/2020: The deadline for submitting short proposals has been extended to 12 May 2020.

Topics

For full details of the topics, including the budget breakdown and the General Conditions for the Call for proposals, click on the links above (which take you directly to the relevant page of the Participant Portal) or read the IMI2 - Call 20 Text.

 

Indicative budget

  • From EFPIA companies and IMI2 Associated Partners: EUR 140 209 500
  • From the IMI2 JU: EUR 133 009 000

 

Key dates and deadlines

  • Draft topic texts published: 15 October 2019
  • Publication date: 21 January 2020
  • Stage 1 submission start date: 21 January 2020
  • Stage 1 submission deadline: 21 April 2020 12 May 2020
  • Stage 2 submission deadline: 5 November 2020 19 November 2020

 

How to apply

All documents relating to the Call can be found via the Funding and Tenders Portal and the IMI2 Call documents page, in particular the IMI Manual for evaluation, submission and grant award - version 1.7.

Short proposals must be submitted via the electronic submission system of the Funding and Tenders Portal. To start submitting your proposal, simply click on the relevant topic above - this will take you directly to that topic's page on the Participant Portal. Once there, scroll down and click on 'Start submission'.

Detailed guidance on how to submit a proposal, including a detailed user manual and frequently asked questions, can be found under the Submit a Proposal section of the Participant Portal Horizon 2020 Online Manual.

To submit a proposal via the electronic submission system, applicants will need to have an EU Login account and ensure that their organisation is registered as a beneficiary.

Participation of UK-based organisations: As noted on the EU Funding and Tenders Portal, the Withdrawal Agreement as agreed between the European Union and the United Kingdom entered into force on 1 February 2020. In overall terms, on the basis of the Withdrawal Agreement, the UK-based legal entities will continue to be fully eligible to participate and receive funding in the current 2014-2020 EU programmes, including Horizon 2020, as if the UK were a member state until the closure of these programmes, unless security considerations apply. This means that UK beneficiaries can continue – without interruption – to receive grants awarded under the current and previous MFFs until their end dates, even if these are after 2020.

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