At times, Horizon 2020 can be quite difficult to navigate, especially for newcomers to the EU research funding programme.
National Contact Points (NCPs) can be of great help in this respect. NCPs are national structures, financed and established by the governments of the 28 EU member states and the countries associated to Horizon 2020. They are mandated by the European Commission to provide potential applicants (researchers and organisations alike) guidance, practical information and assistance on all aspects of participation in Horizon 2020.
Specifically, all NCPs are required to provide;
If you wish to find out more about how your country’s NCP can help you, find their contact details here.
If you need any help identifying the relevant contact person within your NCP, please contact Laura Capitaine, EASL’s Science and Research Policy Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org).