H2020: EC Website

The official website of the European Commission regarding the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020).

H2020 in brief

This pocket guide explains briefly the H2020 programme.

H2020: Spanish Website

The official Spanish website where you can find all the information regarding Horizon 2020 explained in Spanish.

Participant portal

The official website of the European Commission where you can find all relevant information regarding funding opportunities under Horizon 2020 and how to participate.

The Participant Guide

The Horizon 2020 participant guide, edited by CDTI, aims to provide practical and general information regarding H2020 and the process to take part in the programme. Have also a look to the PDF version.

Guía Impacto H2020

Recomendaciones para abordar los aspectos de impacto en una propuesta de H2020.

MSCA-Individual Fellowships 2016

Provides the answer to FAQs concerning MSCA-IF call.

Funding for proposal preparation

Call for funding from the Generalitat Valenciana for research groups in order to attract European projects.

Experts for the EC

If you want to register in the data base of the European Commission as evaluator and/or reviewer.

Open Science (Open Access)

Provides explanation for the rules on Open Access to scientific information.

Exploitation and Dissemination

The IPR Helpdesk has published a Fact Sheet about The Plan for the Exploitation and Dissemination of Results in Horizon 2020.

EU Bookshop

All EU publications you are looking for. You will find a wide range of publications about different topics. Very helpful to write excellent proposals!

Research EU Results Magazine

The August-September 2015 number has a special feature on wastewater treatment. Have a look!

Guía para la preparación técnica y administrativa de propuestas H2020

A document edited by the Red de Parques Científicos Valencianos to support researchers in the preparation of H2020 projects and funding applications. Consult online or request a copy here.

Guide for foreign researchers in the Valencia Region 

At RUVID we have developed a seven-part guide to help foreign researchers who are going to live and work in the Valencia region. Available information ranges from visas and work permits, to general advice on getting settled in either of the Region’s three provinces.