The European Horizon 2020 Work Programme for the final period 2018 – 2020 has been announced by the European Commission on October 27. The 2018 – 2020 Work Programme builds on the success of Horizon 2020 so far and focusses on market creating innovation, political priorities of the European Commission (a low-carbon, climate resilient future; circular economy; digitising and transforming European industry and services; and security union) and strengthening international R&I cooperation.
The Horizon 2020 programme consists of three pillars. Societal Challenges is one of these and includes the programmes for Health, Bioeconomy, Energy, Transport, Climate, Inclusive Societies and Secure Societies. All the open and forthcoming calls on these subjects for the period 2018 – 2020 can be found in the EU Participant Portal.