The inter-company training course aims to provide an overview of the main tools through which an industrial company can reduce the cost of investments in research and development, thanks to access to dedicated public funding. Both direct European Union funds (Horizon 2020, COSME) and indirect funds (FESR) will be dealt with, up to the national instruments (Sustainable Growth Fund). Both possible funding access strategies and measures and management practices for funded projects will be discussed.
The duration of the course is 16 hours spread over two days: Monday 27 June and Wednesday 13 July.
Enrico Callegati – Degree in International Studies, master’s degree in Intellectual Property Management. Public funding R&D manager within CRIT, he has over 10 years of experience in managing European, national and regional projects for research and industrial development.
Other CRIT professionals of technological extraction will be involved to provide a perspective on scientific aspects of design.
Monday, June 27th (9:00 am to 6:00 pm)
Wednesday, July 13 (9:00 am to 6:00 pm)