EUSSET Colloquium on Horizon Europe Funding Opportunities

The next EUSSET Colloquium is approaching! It will be held on the 9th of November, from 16:30 to 18:00 CET. As usual, in this colloquium we will focus on two themes: (1) how to frame practice-centred computing research for Horizon Europe proposals; (2) what funding opportunities are available for member of the practice-centred computing community right now in open calls of the framework.

In the first part of the colloquium, Luigina Ciolfi, School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, will share insights from her experiences in framing and evaluating proposals for European calls. In the second part, Fabiano Pinatti, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, will explore with participants some of the open calls of the Horizon Europe framework and discuss with them what opportunities are there for members of our community. 

If you are interested in participating, make sure to register by noon on the 8th of November 2022. You just need to send an e-mail to communitybuilding[at]eusset.eu communicating your interest! You are also most welcome to send suggestions of calls that we should explore in the colloquium beforehand to the same address.

Looking forward to seeing many of you there!

EUSSET Colloquium is a forum where community members can engage in deep intellectual exchanges.

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Fabiano Pinatti is a Research Associate at the Institute of Information Systems and New Media and Deputy Director of the Chair of Computer Supported Cooperative Work, both at the University of Siegen. He currently serves as EUSSET Community Building Chair and Competence Network Co-Chair. His interests span Human-Computer Interaction, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Practice-centred Computing, Software Accessibility, Cyber-Physical Systems, Mobile and Nomadic Work Practices, and Informatics in Education. He has published several articles on related topics in prestigious international conferences and journals and has been teaching related subjects since early in 2004.

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