Members of the ATTRACT project presented the guides for the new calls
The Infoday for ATTRACT phase 2 was held virtually on June 29th and members of the project welcomed the attendees and presented the requirements from the R&D&I Thematic call, which aims to fund proposals that include the most promising projects from ATTRACT phase 1, besides the other two calls: the ATTRACT Academy call and the Socioeconomic Studies call.
Moreover, at the end of the session, the attendees had a special Q&A block where Pablo García Tello, ATTRACT Project Administrative Office & section head of the Development of EU Projects & Initiatives at CERN, solved their doubts about the open calls.
Watch the Infoday presentations to have all the details of the three calls that aim to boost innovation in Europe and scale up the most promising technology outcomes from funded projects of the ATTRACT phase 1.
ATTRACT phase 2 Infoday: Welcoming words by Michael Krisch
Michael Krisch, ATTRACT Project Consortium Board chair and scientist in charge of the biomedical beamline at ESRF, talks about the spirit of ATTRACT and what are the next steps for this second phase.
ATTRACT phase 2 Infoday: Welcoming words by Sergio Bertolucci
Sergio Bertolucci, ATTRACT R&D&I Committee (IC) chair, professor at University of Bologna & former scientific director at CERN, discuss the concept of ATTRACT, why is it powerful and how it puts together the best synergies in Europe.
ATTRACT phase 2 Infoday: Guide for applicants by Pablo García Tello
Pablo García Tello, ATTRACT Project Administrative Office & section head of the Development of EU Projects & Initiatives at CERN, provides a presentation about the different aspects of the Guide for applicants for the new calls.
Pablo García Tello, ATTRACT Project Administrative Office & section head of the Development of EU Projects & Initiatives at CERN, presented a Q&A block to solve the attendee’s doubts about the open calls.
ATTRACT phase 2 Infoday: Closing remarks by Jonathan Wareham
Jonathan Wareham, ATTRACT Project Consortium Board member and professor of Information Systems at Esade Business School, makes a brief overview of ATTRACT phase 1 and mentions what are the insights that can be useful for the proposals.