Around 200 participants in Hohhot at the China-EU R&I Stakeholders Tour
Photo: Mr Pfeiler held a presentation in Hohhot
30 August 2019 – The autumn event of the China-EU Research and Innovation Stakeholders Tour has been attended by around 200 researchers, R&I mangers, students and R&I stakeholders in Hohhot. This great interest shows the high relevance of international collaboration between Europe and China.
This autumn event was supported by the Department of International Cooperation, Ministry of Science and Technology of China (MOST), and jointly hosted by China Science and Technology Exchange Center (CSTEC) and the EU Delegation to China, in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
After the welcome by honoraries and by the organisers, CSTEC presented the policies and application rules for joint calls within the co-funding mechanism, which has been established for the support of Chinese R&D to enable their funding for Horizon 2020 Projects.
Presentations of national and EU R&I policies and programs towards China by representatives from Austria (OSTA Beijing), Germany and EU Delegation, described options for Chinese R&D actors to study in Europe or collaborate in R&I. European member states offer a wide variety of options and the European Framework Program for R&I, Horizon Europe, complements national R&I policies and, with it’s Flagship Calls in priority Areas, pursue a strategic European R&I approach to China.
The event is part of the annual China-EU R&I Stakeholders Tour, which was held in several Chinese regions. It offers opportunities to Chinese researchers collaborating with European stakeholders and it also acts as promotion of Europe as a key global destination for research, innovation and knowledge-creation.
- The EU-Delegation to China
- Department of Science and Technology of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (CN)