Europe et International

Horizon 2020

Le programme HORIZON 2020 est le nouveau programme de financement de l'Union Européenne en matière de recherche et d'innovation. Il a été mis en place au 1er janvier 2014 et ce jusqu’à 2020.
Ce programme est doté de 79 milliards d’euros, pour la période de 2014-2020 afin de soutenir les travaux des acteurs de la recherche et de l’innovation (organismes, établissements d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche, entreprises...).
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Projets H2020 à l'UBO :

ANOXIA-MEM (Probing the Memory of Earth Anoxia: New Stable Isotope Constraints on the Rise of Oxygen), 2016-2018, Stefan Lalonde / Bryan Killingsworth - LGO

DiscardLess (Strategies for the gradual elimination of discards in European fisheries), 2015-2019, Katia Frangoudes - AMURE

EcoPotential (EcoPotential:improving future ecosystem benefits through earth observations), 2015-2019, Linwood Pendelton - AMURE

ERROR (A pEdiatRic dosimetRy personalized platfORm based on computational anthropomorphic phantom), 2016-2019, Dimitri Visvikis - LATIM

HarmonicSS (HARMONIzation and integrative analysis of regional, national and international Cohorts on primary Sjögren’s Syndrome (pSS) towards improved stratification, treatment and health policy making disease), 2017-2021, Jacques-Olivier Pers - LBAI

MedAID (Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development), 2017-2021, Pascal Raux - AMURE

NoNoMecat (Non-Noble Metal Catalysis), 2016-2019, Philippe Shollhammer - CEMCA

OceanModes (Basin modes of the ocean: their role in the interannual to interdecadal climate variability), 2018-2021, Alain Colin de Verdière / Antoine Hochet - LOPS

PADDLE (Planning in a liquid word with tropical stakes : solutions from a EU – Africa – Brazil perspective), 2017-2021, Betty Queffelec - AMURE

Respon-SEA-ble ("Protecting the Ocean: our collective responsibility, our common interest"),  2015-2019, Denis Bailly - AMURE

S4CE (Science for Clean Energy), 2017-2021, Mohammed Jebbar - LMEE

SUCCESS (Strategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector), 2015-2018, Bertrand Le Gallic - AMURE

MECODIHR (MEchanisms of Coupling of Ocean Dynamics and Intermediate trophic levels: High Resolution study), 2018-2021, Pascal Rivière / Alice Dellapenna - LEMAR

CIOP (Centrifugal Instability in the Orkney Passage), 2018-2020, Jonathan Gula / Christian Buckingham, LOPS

SHIPWORM (A transregional and interdisciplinary study of the societal impact of the shipworm epidemic in the North Sea region in the eighteenth century), 2018-2020, Pierrick Pourchasse / Michaël Serruys, CRBC

ECOFOULPEST (From marine molecules to eco-friendly tools for agriculture), 2018-2020, Claire Hellio / Christophe Labrière, LEMAR

PERICLES (Policy recommendation and improved communication tools for law enforcement and security agencies preventing violent radicalisation), 2018-2021, Katia Frangoudes, AMURE

DIGITENS (The first open-access digital encyclopaedia on sociability in Europe throughout the long-eighteenth century), 2019-2021, Kimberley Page-Jones, HCTI

NECESSITY (New clinical endpoints in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: an interventional trial based on stratifying patients), 2019-2024, Divi Cornec, LBAI

SensMat (Preventive solutions for Sensitive Materials of Cultural Heritage), 2019-2023, Stéphane Rioual, Lab-STICC

3TR (Identification of the Molecular Mechanisms of non-response to Treatments, Relapses and Remission in Autoimmune, Inflammatory, and Allergic Conditions), 2019-2026, Jacques-Olivier Pers, LBAI