TUM Brussels: EuroTech researchers discuss possible cooperation in the area of mobility

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The joint Brussels office of the EuroTech Universities Alliance facilitates regularly the establishment of competitive consortia for different funding instruments within the European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (H2020). On April 1 and 2, such a workshop on EU funding possibilities was organized in the area of Smart & Urban Mobility in Brussels.

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Participants of the workshop discuss complimentary expertise in the field of mobility.
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During the workshop common research ideas were discovered. Photos: Valerie Schegk

The two-day workshop in Brussels was part of a series of workshops in this EuroTech focus area.

The participating researchers got an overview of calls within the current work programs of H2020 and on the future priorities of the new framework program Horizon Europe. Moreover, the recently launched EIT Urban Mobility and its ongoing activities were discussed.

Goal of the workshop was to identify complementary research expertise and to facilitate joint proposals for EU funding. From TUM, researchers of the department of Civil Engineering, the TUM School of Management and the Munich School of Engineering participated.