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For each call, expert applications will be verified for completeness, validated for conflicts of interest and shortlisted for project allocations based on matching availability, education, skills, background and experience.

Conflict of interests is defined as but not limited to: The expert stands to benefit from an acceptance or rejection of a given project(s); The expert has close family, professional or other relationship with any person representing an legal entity in the application, or is employed or in a...

Concise and constructive comments addressing the project proposal in question. The input is useful, specific, coherent, original (not from other information sources) and relevant.

The keywords should be highly specific to your field of expertise and should as descriptive as possible in order to maximise your visibility in our database. However, we would like to emphasise that specialisation is more favourable than broad knowledge, hence it is recommended that Experts do not...

"SME" stands for small and medium-sized enterprises – as defined in EU law: EU recommendation 2003/361 . The main factors determining whether a company is an SME are: Economic activity number of employees and either turnover or balance sheet total . To qualify as an SME, an organisation must...

There are a number of eligibility criteria that all applications must meet in order to proceed to the evaluation phase of the programme. An explanation of the eligibility criteria imposed by the programme and the method of calculation are provided in detail in the Eligibility Guidelines .

We strongly advise applicants to contact their National Project Coordinator (NPC) who can offer advice and more detailed information on the funding rules and procedures. Potential applicants must register to our website in order to gain access to the online application form and read the Guidelines...