Priorities and funded actions
Some Horizon Europe budgets are structured in response to policy ambitions (“destinations”) and deployed through calls for proposals targeting more specific thematic/sector (“Topics”). Thus, your application must be linked to a topic of a call for proposals.
Various categories of projects are eligible:
- RIA, Research and Innovation Actions: Basic and applied research / Technology development and adoption / Testing and validation of a prototype in the laboratory.
- IA, Innovation Actions: Prototypes, tests, demonstrations, pilot projects, market placement. These actions may include limited R&D activities.
- CSA, Coordination and Support Actions: Networking, studies & conferences, communication, studies for new research infrastructures.
- MSCA, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions / ERC individual grants: Training networks for researchers, Individual grants for experienced researchers, Staff exchange – mobility for researchers and non-scientific staff.
In addition, calls specify the categories of eligible beneficiaries:
- Collaborative projects, composed of a coordinator and several partners organisations (consortium)
- Single-beneficiary projects, involving a single organization
- Individual scholarships, open to natural persons in their own name with their home institution
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-01: Improved crime scene investigations related to transfer, persistence and background abundance
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-02: Better understanding the influence of organisational cultures and human interactions in the forensic context as well as a common lexicon
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-03: Enhanced fight against the abuse of online gaming culture by extremists
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-04: Public spaces are protected while respecting privacy and avoiding mass surveillance
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-05: Effective fight against corruption
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-06: Effective fight against illicit drugs production and trafficking
- HORIZON-CL3-2022-FCT-01-07: Effective fight against trafficking in human beings