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European Interactive Seminar Horizon 2020 - Evaluation, Forecast and Audit

Complete Ongoing Horizon 2020 Projects Before Starting Horizon Europe

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English scheduled: November 2019 This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin. 1.491,- € * until 30.11.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Date: scheduled: November 2019
Location: This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.
Price: 1.491,- € * until 30.11.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Language: English
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The Financial Closing of Horizon 2020 Remains Challenging

Science and knowledge are committed to research funding. H2020 funded projects are subject to strict regulations. In particular, the calculation of time sheets, personnel costs in compliance with reporting obligations are causing difficulties in practice. A misappropriated use of funds can have significant consequences: funds can be frozen, or whole promotions can be reclaimed.






Prepare Effectively for Evaluation

The Commission is now increasingly carrying out audits. In particular, the focused preparation for evaluation under Horizon 2020 is the focus of this training seminar. This is applicable to collaborative research and innovation projects, prestigious grants from ERC funds, or Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme under Horizon 2020. Create the right structures to withstand trials. Learn important details on the following topics:

  • Calculate staff costs correctly
  • Reporting under Horizon 2020
  • Special features of ERC funds and Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme
  • Financing for consortium contracts
  • Preparation for evaluation and audit



Who is this seminar for?
  • What are the most common pitfalls of Horizon 2020 financial closing?
  • What direct and indirect costs can you claim against the European Commission?
  • What must be considered when calculating and billing staff costs, which options exist and where are the sources of error?
  • What information must a financial report include?
  • How to effectively prepare for audits by the European Commission?
  • What experiences were made during the first audits?
  • What are the developments for Horizon Europe and the next funding period?



What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

Executives and staffs responsible for the settlement of Horizon 2020 funded research projects from departments such as:

  • Third-party funding administration
  • EU Office / EU funding
  • Finances
  • Accounting and Controlling
  • Resource Management
  • Research Management and Promotion
  • Knowledge and Technology TransferIn institutions such as:
  • Universities
  • Research facilities
  • University Hospitals
  • Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
  • Accounting Firms



This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.