EUMarine Robosts aim is to build a network of marine robotics RIs to help ensure that the EU remains a world-leader in ocean science and engineering, with a thriving maritime industry. The proposed RI will enable, expand and reduce risk of access to next-generation marine robotics technologies and operational expertise and will build confidence in end-users to accelerate the adoption of next-generation marine robotics for the marine sector as a whole.
To do so the project will have a series of Trans-National Access activities (TNA) with the focus of:
Through all this EUMarineRobots is making available a huge range of marine robotic and support infrastructure with a capital value of well in-excess of €500M and its associated support personnel.
|Call Open||May 14, 2018|
|Call Deadline||July 14, 2019|
|Notification of Results||October, 2019|
|Access||November 2019 - December 2020|
school students, undergraduate, graduate, PhD, Master
and Academics including postdoctoral
Micro and SMEs, Mid-Caps, Large industries.
Proposals for access to any of the offered infrastructures need to fulfill the following criteria:
Proposal submission involves five steps, as outlined below. Proposals have to be submitted online via the project website:
The document must:
For full details including Selection Process and Evaluation Criteria please go to https://www.eumarinerobots.eu/tna-2ndcall
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