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MANUNET a pour volonté de créer une croissance intelligente et durable dans le secteur manufacturier européen en coordonnant les efforts de recherche et d’innovation dans le domaine de la fabrication de pointe. plusinfo

Consortium minimum: 2 acteurs de 2 régions/pays participants avec au moins 2 PME’s. Les HE de la FWB sont éligibles pour autant que le projet soit porté par une PME wallonne et que le budget de recherche de la PME couvre au moins 40 % du budget total régional wallon. Financement HE: 100%.

L’appel à projets 2019 de MANUNET concerne tous les domaines de la fabrication, mais plus spécifiquement dans les domaines suivants :

– Knowledge-based engineering, information and communication technologies for manufacturing, including technologies for Industry 4.0.

– Manufacturing technologies for environmental and energy applications including resource efficiency, recycling (reuse, remanufacturing, etc) and circular economy in manufacturing processes.

– Adaptive manufacturing technologies including processes for removing, joining, adding, forming, consolidating, assembling and related advanced industrial machinery. – Additive manufacturing (for example technologies, materials, products etc.)

– New materials for manufacturing (alloys, lubricants, coatings, textile fibres, construction, composites, insulation, multi-functional multi-materials etc.).

– New manufacturing methods, components and systems (development of demonstrators, devices, tooling and equipment, logistic systems, etc.).

– Other technologies, products and services related to the manufacturing field (logistic, supply chain, etc.)

Pays / régions participant à l’appel 2019: Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Romania, Russian Federation, Turkey, Asturias (ES), Basque Country (ES), Castilla y León (ES), Catalonia (ES), Gelderland (ND), Navarra (ES), Overijssel (ND), Piedmont (IT), Wallonia (BE)

/!\ L’étape de pré-projet est une étape sélective!

Durée du projet: 24 mois.


12.6 millions euros (pour Europe)


Date de lancement : 14/01/2019

Lettre d’intention: 21/03/2019 – étape sélective

Date de clôture: 11/07/2019

contacyMichele Buscemi

Prix européen « Tactile Displays for the Visually Impaired »

plusinfoPrix européen accordé à la meilleure solution d’écran tactile capable de transmettre des informations numériques à la fois en braille et sous forme graphique tactile pour améliorer l’accès à l’information numérique des personnes ayant une déficience visuelle.

!La solution doit être développée jusqu’au niveau TRL 7!

Règlement complet:

Candidature d’une ou plusieurs entités légales (si plusieurs entités, indiquer un porteur de projet). Il existe une plate-forme de recherche de partenariat:


3 000 000 euros


Date de clôture: 27/11/2018


Yves Laccroix 

Nadine Vermorel



Appel à projets BELSPO « Federal research Programme on drugs »


The research projects funded in this programme support the « Integral and integrated policy on drugs » adopted on 25 January 2010, thereby implementing the Federal policy Note on Drugs of 2001. Topics: 1) Steroids and anabolics and other performance enhancing drugs; 2) State of the art and lessons for a curative and preventive policy in Belgium; 3) Evaluation of the Belgium drugs policy since the Cooperation Agreement of 2002; 4) The role of perceptions, social representations and new media in understanding the drug problem; 5) Open scientific contributions to the drugs situation in Belgium.

Selection criteria:

– Scientific excellence and international integration

– Concentration around key questions covering multiple competences and offering a coherent framework

– Collaboration with other entities should be fostered (authorities at the federal, regional, community, international level)

Who can apply? Proposals can be submitted by a single promoter or by a network of promoters,

who? 1) belongs to a not-for-profit organisation legally registered in Belgium and having the pursuit of scientific research clearly stated in the statutes of this organisation (e.g. university, high school, public research centre…), and

2) must be entitled to commit his/her organisation in contractual obligations (e.g. full professor…).


1.34 Mio € (global amount of the call); Indicative budget: max. 100.000 € per project (topic n°1), 200.000 to 300.000 € per project (topic n°2)


Mark of interest: 04/06/2018

Clôture appel à projet: 29/06/2018

Catherine Bolly

Appel Innoviris « AAL/Challenge 2018 » – Smart Solutions for Ageing well


Le programme Active and Assisted Living (AAL) a pour objectif de développer et de mettre en œuvre des solutions innovantes reposant sur des technologies de l’information et de la communication au profit des personnes âgées. Le programme AAL a lancé son 10e appel à projets intitulé « Smart Solutions for Ageing Well ».

[Anglais] The AAL Challenge-led Call 2018 is about “Smart Solutions for Ageing well”. It aims to provide innovative Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) based solutions including products, systems or services to enhance older adults’ quality of life, to improve long-term sustainability of the health and long-term care systems and to strengthen the industrial base in Europe. The main goal is to improve the autonomy, participation in social life, skills, and employability of older adults. Solutions funded under the AAL Programme address identified wishes and needs of the end-users, are transnational, collaborative and cost-shared between private and public funding. Changes with respect to AAL Call 2017: – AAL Call 2018 allows now for more flexibility regarding the scope, size and duration of the projects (« Collaborative projects », « Small collaborative projects ») – New « Small collaborative projects » (6 months duration): their main objective is the exploration of new ideas, concepts and approaches for ICT-based solutions for older adults. They should reach out to new stakeholders for inclusion in (future) development of AAL solutions, build strong collaborations with end-user organisations, support community building with new customers and create shared agendas.



About 5 million € per project


Date de clôture: 28/05/2018

Date de lancement: 8/03/2018

contacyCatherine Bolly

Coopération Bilatérale entre le Brésil et l’Europe

plusinfoThe main objective of this call is to foster and strengthen the mutual cooperation of Brazilian and European R&I actors through the support of bilateral networks by providing a Grant for the implementation of mutual bilateral visits and workshops.


– Bioeconomy, Food security and sustainable agriculture

– Energy – Health and sustainable urbanisation


– Marine Research

– Nanotechnology.



5 projets retenus




contacyCédric Bister

Appel à projets – Union Européenne – « Modules for Master Degrees in Arts and Science »

plusinfoThe European Commission launches €1.5 million experimental call for proposals to design innovative interdisciplinary modules for Master degrees, combining arts and ICT with entrepreneurial skills and business exposure. Creative industries are experiencing a significant skills gap at the crossing of creativity and technology. This action, provided by Creative Europe, aims to promote an interdisciplinary approach in masters and university courses by fostering cross-sectorial curricula combining technology with Arts. The action will be implemented through the design and implementation of innovative modules that will be included in existing arts, culture, science, engineering, technology and/or other relevant masters. The modules should be designed with a view to: 1) equipping students in arts and creativity, business and technology with the knowledge and core transferable competences they need to work across cultural and creative sectors and disciplines; 2) improving the quality and relevance of teaching and learning in arts and culture disciplines by linking creativity, business and technology; 3) developing an entrepreneurial culture among the students and the teaching staff; 4) stimulating innovative learning environments within and across disciplines through the integration of creative, digital and entrepreneurial education. Applicants shall form a consortium of at least one higher education institution and two partner organisations. The coordinator of the application must be a higher education institution, established in an eligible country (28 Member States of the European Union ; EFTA/EEA countries: Iceland and Norway), which designs and runs master programmes.


500.000€ (max. par projet) ; 1.5 Million€ (enveloppe globale)

Appel Clôturé


Catherine Bolly

Fonds Maria-Elisa & Guillaume De Beys – Fondation Roi Baudouin

plusinfoThe Fund will support research on the impact of ICT and teleservices on the integration of care from the patients’ point of view. A specific attention will be given to vulnerable groups in regard of social and health inequalities.
The new technologies are offering crucial tools to enhance the integration of care.
However we need to better understand:
– what are the necessary conditions for IT tools to foster integration,
– how they are patient oriented and what is the added value for the patients and their informal carers and
– what about the accessibility of IT (e-health) for vulnerable groups ?
The Fund supports (action) research that can be transversal or focused on one long term condition. In order to increase the impact, researchers are encouraged to involve stakeholders (patients, family carers and/or professionals) during the process.


Durée projet: maximum 2 ans. Toutes les HE belges sont é


maximum 90.000€

Budget pour un projet


Appel clôturé
29/09/2017: Annonce sélection

contacyMichele Buscemi

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