On 7-8 November, the Institute of Social Communication and Media Sciences was visited by some of the best specialists in applying for and implementing European projects. Barbara Chiucconi from the University of Macerata and Dr Claudio Carolone from Eurocentro Srl provided practical knowledge on how to prepare applications for the European Commission’s Horizon Europe programme during a two-day workshop.

Training topics included:

  • structure of the project budget
  • analysis of an application form and tips for grant writing excellence, impact and implementation

The experts’ visit is linked to the implementation of the project ‘Protecting fundamental rights when using digital technologies in e-health services’ (REINITIALISE) at the Institute. The project focuses on digital technologies in the health sector and, in particular, on health-promoting technologies to support active ageing and preventive care in the nutrition and dietetics sectors. Part of the planned activities also relate to supporting international project management processes at the UMCS and collaboration with the socio-economic environment.

The workshop was open to the entire academic community of our university and was well attended. The materials, in turn, are available in the project’s open knowledge base, Knowledge Platform: https://www.reinitialise.eu/kp/.

A free registration is sufficient to use this database.

For more information about the project: