Recently the European Commission published a report “Horizon 2020: Two years on”, a review of statistical data on H2020. It is a summary of an extensive report “Horizon 2020 Monitoring Report 2015”.
In the list of the TOP50 Higher Education Participants we find the University of Groningen on the 41st position. These data, however, exclude the share of UMCG. If we add this UMCG share of 16 M€ we come to a total of 25.9 M€ entitling us to a 17th position.
Over 76,400 eligible proposals were submitted for calls in the first two years of Horizon 2020, requesting a total EU financial contribution of €125.4bn.
In the following memo the Research & Valorisation Funding Team presents the main conclusions and complement these with Dutch and Groningen statistics. Read the document
Based on the Brussels' database (status 1 September 2016) with all H2020 projects, Mr. Christan Jagersma (University Medical Center Utrecht) made a
midterm analysis of Dutch participation in the European Research and Innovation programme Horizon2020. Read the document
The University of Groningen (UG) will be awarding honorary doctorates to Prof. Titia de Lange and Dr Philipp Blom during its anniversary week in June 2019. Historian Blom will be awarded an honorary doctorate at the suggestion of Prof. Ann-Sophie Lehmann...
Prof. dr. Stynke Castelein, hoogleraar aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen en hoofd onderzoek bij Lentis, ontvangt de Vrouw in de Media Award 2018 Groningen.
Marc Kramer of the Faculty of Economics and Business has been chosen as Lecturer of the Year 2018.