Come listen to an inspirational webinar about opportunities for AI research in the new European Framework Program – Horizon Europe! This webinar is hosted by CHAIR, Chalmers AI Research Centre and led by Magnus Andersson, Finance Expert at IMCG International, who will introduce and walk you thorugh the largest R&I programme in Horizon Europe. For example:
- When and how to enter
- When it will be relevant
- Relevant AI calls
- Details on 2021 and early 2022
- Horizon Europe CHAIR support
Special guest from Chalmers
Kasper Moth Poulsen, professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and head of Division Applied Chemistry at Chalmers, will be joining the webinar to present his Horizon journey, lessons learned and highlights. Kasper is coordinating Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage Sytems, a 4.2 M€ Horizon 2020 project, aimed at developing and demonstrating a zero-emission solar energy storage system based on benign, all-renewable materials.
Save the date: Monday, 3rd of May, at 13–15 CET.
Link to registration
Zoom link will be sent out to registered participants.
About the speaker
Magnus Andersson, is co-owner and co-founder of the innovation company IMCG – Impact Management Consulting Group. Magnus has in the past two decades worked as manager, coordinator and business development leader for 50+ large international and national R&I projects and programmes within Machine Learning, Sustainable Cities,
Energy and Transport and mobility as well as Cities and Buildings, including the design
and development of three Lighthouse projects, CELSIUS, IRIS, SharingCities.
Prof. Kasper Moth Poulsen
Kasper Moth-Poulsen, is a research leader in the field of nano-chemistry, energy storage materials and synthetic chemistry. His research activities focus on the development of methods to address single molecules and innovative technologies for solar thermal energy storage. The objective is to make materials from nanoparticles, nanorods and tailor made small molecules for a broad range of applications ranging from single molecule electronics to sensors and renewable energy technologies.
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