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Show your Talent through our Twinning Lab: Third Open Call proposers webinar

Following  the  first  two successful  Open Calls, on the 1st of December NGIatlantic.eu launched its third call to support EU- organisations to carry out research experiments across Next Generation Internet (NGI)  application domains using EU and/or US based experimental platforms. The application deadline for this third open call is 26th of February 2021.  For this third call, proposals will address one or both the priority areas identified: (i) the development and/or evolution of EU – US Experimental Platforms for NGI experiments, and/or (ii) experimentation of results with key NGI technologies addressing NGI priority topics where results are mature enough for transatlantic experiments. Internet Trustworthiness and Greening the internet are new topics introduced under this call.

This webinar is part of a series organised around the NGIatlantic.eu Open Calls. It will introduce the NGIatlantic.eu project and opportunities, and will follow with a deep dive-into the details of the third Open Call, including the NGI topic focus areas where experiments will be funded. This time the event will also offer to the active participants of the NGIatlantic.eu Twinning Lab a roadshow to promote their current work and ideas for initiating future projects. Both public and private institutions from the EU and the US will gain the opportunity to start a collaborative dialogue with potential partners which can contribute to the complete deployment and adoption of their experiments connected to Next Generation Internet fields through the NGIatlantic.eu open calls.

The third NGIatlantic.eu open call is open until the 26th February 2021. This pitching session constitutes a great opportunity not only to active participants to the Twinning Lab, but also to potential new ones willing to join the NGIatlantic.eu open calls. In the final part of the event, participants will join a practical visual collaboration session to enable them to easily build and map relevant ideas for future experiments

Participants will:

  • Get insights about the NGIatlantic.eu services and open calls.
  • Explore the benefits and added value of joining the Twinning Lab online tool.
  • Promote their services and find collaborations for generating new experiments.
  • Generate new ideas and link them with those of potential partners from the EU-US.

 

The event is open to any interested stakeholders, registration is needed (login if you already have an account)

Agenda

17:00 - 17:05 Welcome and objectives. James Clarke – Waterford Institute of Technology, NGIatlantic.eu Project Coordinator
17:05 - 17:10 Benefits of the Twinning Lab for boosting EU-US collaboration Overview of the project and the Twinning Lab added value for international cooperation. Sara Pittonet Gaiarin – Trust-IT
17:10 - 17:25

A word of wisdom from previous calls winners. Winning points from previous calls and current status of the experiments

17:25 - 17:40

A voice to the Twinning Lab participants

  • Dr Felix Freitag | Polytechnic University of Catalonia
  • Dr. Maria Lindqvist | Finlandiabiosciences
  • Dr. Selvakumar Ramachandran | Kerckhoffs Ltd
  • Dr Luis de la Torre Cubillo | UNED
  • Dr Katherine A Foster | Open Earth Foundation
  • Dr Alina Kadlubsky | Open AR Cloud Europe gUG
17:40 - 17: 55 Connecting the dots towards the next NGIatlantic.eu open calls. Visual collaboration session
17:55 - 18:00 Next steps and closing of the event

 

 

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The 30-months project NGIatlantic.eu will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams.




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