Information Day on Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in Horizon 2020 WP 2016-2017 at LTU

LTU Grants Office hosts today an Information Day on SSH at Luleå University of Technology together with Anna Halldén, National Contact Point (NCP) Vinnova. Horizon 2020 aims at including SSH as a cross-cutting issue and consequently it is embedded into each pillar and objective of Horizon 2020. The idea is to fully integrate the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) disciplines together with the SSH tackling the complex societal issues of European societies.

The LTU GENOVATE team presents GENOVATE with funding from EU FP7 Science in Society as one of the goods example of ongoing projects. The aim is to highlight the many opportunities for SSH researchers and inter-disciplinary research and innovation in Horizon 2020.