CARE-C led project presented at the RIF Online Info Day on Horizon Europe Research Infrastructures

Ms Marina Papageorgiou, Managing Coordinator of CARE-C at the Cyprus Institute (CyI), and co-coordinator of the Horizon Europe funded project “ENVRINNOV” was invited to deliver a presentation at the recent online Info Day on Horizon Europe Infrastructure calls, organised by the Research  and Innovation Foundation of Cyprus, on 31 January, 2024.

The presentation, entitled ‘The Successful Project Participants Perspective: Hints and Tips for Proposal Submission’,  focused on ENVRINNOV, a recently funded Horizon Europe project coordinated by CARE-C, the Cyprus Institute, in collaboration with ten (10) partners from five (5) European countries.

ENVRINNOV (grant agreement no 101131426) commenced in January, 2024, with a duration of three (3) years, and it aims to co-design, test, and validate a common Innovation Roadmap for the European Environmental and Earth System Research Infrastructures (ENVRI) community. This Roadmap will set a credible pathway for the ENVRI community to establish and operate an ENVRI Innovation Hub (EIH), for the future development of new state-of-the-art technologies and services. The project will also develop the tools, policies, and community necessary for the Roadmap’s successful implementation.

The aim of the event was to provide information to potential applicants about the forthcoming calls for Proposals for 2024 of the Horizon Europe Research Infrastructures Work Program 2023-2024, with presentations from representatives of the European Commission.  In particular, it provided more detailed information on calls of two out of the four Destinations of the Research Infrastructures, Developing, consolidating and optimising the European research infrastructures landscape, maintaining global leadership-INFRA-DEV and Enabling an operational, open and FAIR EOSC (European Open Science Cloud) ecosystem-INFRA-EOSC.

For more information about the ENVRINNOV project contact Ms Marina Papageorgiou at