Please note that an updated version of the SmartEEs2 Call for Application Experiments has been published here in line with the Corrigendum No. 1.
The changes of the SmartEEs2 Call refer to the clarifications in the sections: What?,Who? and Why?
In the What? section
it was clarified that applicants are required to contact the Helpdesk for
technical / business feasibility checks. Also, an important notice about SmartEEs2
commitment to the fight against Covid-19 was introduced, making it clear for
applicants that preferentially 2 application experiment
proposals related to this thematic will be supported particularly under the 1st
In the Who? section, the eligibility of
UK applicants to the SmartEEs2 Call was explained, while budget aspects of the
selected application experiments are further clarified in the Why
SmartEEs2 partners are committed to contributing to the fight against COVID – 19 and other viruses with flexible & wearable electronics as solutions in the field of prevention, diagnostics, therapy, etc. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that we will preferentially support 2 application experiment proposals related to this thematic particularly under the 1st cut-off date of the Call for Application Experiments.
All interested companies are invited to present their ideas by 5th June 2020.
For detailed information about the application process click here.
Covid-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented health and social crisis. We can
all contribute to limiting Covid-19’s transmission and impact. SmartEEs2 and
its partner BLUMORPHO joined the fight with EuroScan international network, HTA
and co-operation partners to offer their resources in the call
A call for
solutions #UnitedAgainstCovid19 is open with no limitations.
encouraging you to showcase your solutions to contribute to help citizens and
health organizations in the fight against covid-19. Your solutions will be evaluated by EuroScan international networks
members and cooperation partners from Health Authorities and experts to
disseminate and facilitate their use. All
solutions that will contribute to limit covid‑19 transmission and impact are
expected #handwashing #desinfection #stayhome #social links… and be creative!
As soon as your solution is assessed, it will be
visible and introduced to relevant players in the fight against Covid-19.
learn more about EuroScan and its partners, please click here.
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