ERANETMED is a EU FP7 initiative that aims at co-ordinating research activities of the different national research programmes from EU Members States, Associated Countries to the EU Research Framework Programmes and Mediterranean Partner Countries. In particular, the ERANETMED objective is to strengthen the collaboration and common capacity of research programme owners from above countries to address some of the major challenges that the Mediterranean is facing and strengthen Euro-Mediterranean research co-operation.
The total financial contribution to the Call is 13,420,000 Euros. Each funding agency funds its own national research teams within a multilateral project selected through a peer review process.
This Call is co-funded by the following Euro-Mediterranean countries:
Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey.
Renewable energies, water resources and their nexus are important challenges in the Mediterranean region and face common constraints and issues, while trans-national research addressed to these challenges is still highly fragmented and requires a strong co-ordination and joint-effort of countries to enhance effective and high impact research as well as innovation.
Three main axis will be funded in this call:
For more information and details about ERANETMED, please connect to http://www.eranetmed.eu
The project must be submitted by the coordinating partner in electronic form on the website before the deadline accessible through
for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency proposals
for Water Resources Management proposals
for Energy-Water Nexus proposals
Fabrice Dentressangle fabrice.dentressangle(at)agencerecherche.fr
Maurice Héral maurice.heral(at)agencerecherche.fr
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