The overall aim of the NetEuratom project is to support the professionalisation of the services rendered by Euratom National Contact Points across Europe and beyond and to raise the general standards of support to the Euratom Programme applicants.
NetEuratom will share good practices, support networking, and make the network's services more visible to different actors, by taking into account the diversity of actors interested in the Programme, and the fact that NCPs are very diverse with respect to their level of experience.
Net-Euratom 2nd Stakeholders Training: "Euratom Research and Training Programme: State of art in 2021-2022 calls for proposals" 29 June 2023
Net-Euratom Training on "MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships in the research areas covered by the Euratom " 26 June 2023
Net-Euratom 1st Online Training on "Legal and Financial issues in Horizon Europe" 30 May 2023.
Online (teams) 10.30-12.30 CEST
The Euratom Work Programme 2023-2025 for nuclear and training has been published on March 17 March, 2023.
NetEuratom is a project funded by the EU's the Euratom Research and Training Programme (2021-2025) with the aim to support the professionalization of the services offered by the ambassadors of the Euratom Programme, the National Contact Points (NCPs).
The Euratom calls for the period 2023-2025 have been published in mars 2023 on the Funding and tenders Comission website. The deadline to submit an application is fixed on November 8th 2023.
In order to fulfill its missions, NetEuratom will organize events such as workshops, brokerage events, specific trainings and twinning schemes.
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