Monday, 29 January 2018
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We are continuing our series of newsletters presenting different funding sectors or innovation topics. Contact us to discover how your organisation can be presented in the Focus of the Week.

In today’s Focus of the Week we will present you an overview of Clean Sky

Enjoy reading this edition of our newsletter!

Roland Strauss and the EU Innovation Trends team

Focus of the week: Clean Sky

Clean Sky is the largest European research programme developing innovative, cutting-edge technology aimed at reducing CO2, gas emissions and noise levels produced by aircraft. Funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, Clean Sky contributes to strengthening European aero-industry collaboration, global leadership and competitiveness.

Clean Sky 2's total budget exceeds €4 billion.

Clean Sky's projects are helping to dramatically slash the air industry's CO2, other gases and noise footprints by developing new engine architectures, improved wing aerodynamics, lighter composite structures, smarter trajectories, and more electrical on-board energy.

While some technologies can be assessed during their development phase at component or system level, many key technologies will need to be validated via dedicated test programmes, involving large-scale ground or in-flight demonstration installations: this is the major goal of Clean Sky. These demonstrators integrate several technologies at a major system level or at aircraft level, enabling them to be tested in a relevant operating environment.

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News Highlights

ProEmpower launches call for tenders to develop innovative ICT for diabetes patients: The EU funded ProEmpower project has released a tender to procure a continuous disease self-management solution that will make person-centred care...
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Boost of €100 million for microfinance and social enterprises in Europe: The EU's financing programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) will receive an additional €100 million for its Guarantee scheme from the...
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124.2M euro of EU funding for innovation procurement in 2018-19: Submit proposals to the Horizon 2020 calls in 2018-19, that offer EU funding to public procurers and other stakeholders from different countries to...
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Events

1 Mar 2018 - Towards a European approach on Industrial Infrastructures for Research and Innovation: The workshop aims at discussing the future role of Industrial Infrastructures for Research and Innovation....
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2 Mar 2018 - DutchBrain event: The Human Brain Project (HBP) organises this event to engage with the Dutch brain research community. Attendees will learn details of the project...
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24 Apr 2018 - Biodiver-City - Enhancing urban biodiversity and ecosystem services to make cities more resilient: If we think about nature conservation or increasing essential ecosystem services we usually think of protected areas, conserving valuable...
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Calls for Proposals
JTI-CS2-2017-CfP07-TE2-01-06: TE Technology diffusion model:
This topic focusses on the development of a technology diffusion modelling capability, which enables TE to estimate the rates of propagation of technologies of individual concept vehicles into the other seat classes of the global fleet.
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JTI-CS2-2017-CfP07-SYS-03-16: Aircraft mission modelling: ground and flight operations:
The goal of this call is to develop parametrizable models of in-flight and on-ground aircraft operations covering all mission profiles across multiple aircraft platforms.
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JTI-CS2-2017-CfP07-SYS-03-14: Development of Digital Integrated Multifunction Probe for Air Data Sensing [SAT] :
The aim of this call is to develop a digital multifunction and fully integrated air data probe, capable of providing local measurements of Static Pressure, Total Pressure, Angle-of-Attack (AOA), Angle-of-Sideslip (AOS) and Total Air Temperature (TAT), to be used as part of a redundant Flight Control System architecture.
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