Submissions can be made until 25 April 2023, 12:00 (CEST)
The Eureka call is open from Wednesday, 25 January until 25 April 2023. By participating in the Eureka call, Flanders wants to encourage companies to carry out development projects with partners from the participating regions and with a lightweight innovation angle.
The Eureka call is a project call for R&D lightweight technology projects. Why? Lightweight technology is the key enabling technology that provides environmental-friendly solutions, while at the same time adding commercial value, across all industries. Driven by mobility-linked challenges, lightweight technology is the path to fundamental resource savings. Lightweight technologies should target the following effects: 1) optimise energy and resource efficiency, 2) create sustainable value circles, and 3) bolster lightweight integration in more areas.
Interested? Be sure to take part in the international webinar on 8 February.
Who can participate and how?
The participating countries in this Eureka call are Austria, Belgium (Flanders and Wallonia), Canada, France, Luxembourg, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. The target group consists of Flemish companies wishing to undertake a joint development project with one or more partners from the participating countries. The maximum subsidy amount for the Flemish project component is a maximum of €500,000. In this call, VLAIO only accepts projects related to lightweight innovation.
More information regarding this call can be found on the Eureka network website. Additionally, an international webinar will take place on 8 February around this call where you can pitch your project. Registration is possible via this link.
- 25 January 2023: opening call
- 8 February 2023: international event with possibility of project pitches
- 25 April 2023: deadline submission Eureka
- 25 April 2023 – 12:00: deadline submission VLAIO project proposal
- VLAIO decisions: from September 2023 onwards
For information regarding the call and the EUREKA modalities, please contact Lieve Apers. Flemish enterprises can also get support from the VLAIO business advisors. Information on development projects can be found at vlaio.be/ontwikkelingsproject.