In May 1992, Hungary was the first country from the Central Eastern Europe region to be admitted to EUREKA.
Since becoming a member of the initiative, more than 50 EUREKA projects have been successfully finished with Hungarian participation. The projects cover a wide range of technology fields from ICT to biotechnology.
The Hungarian EUREKA Office provides applicants with information on the EUREKA initiative and Eurostars and the funding programmes which support Hungarian participation in EUREKA and Eurostars. We regularly organise information days and workshops and also offer consulting and partner-search services.
The Hungarian EUREKA Office is operated by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office which is the main funding body for applied research in Hungary in all areas of science and technology.