Based on the European Innovation Council (EIC) Work Programme for 2023, the Transition Programme/Scheme consists of Transition Open, and Transition Challenges, as described in short below, including cut-off dates and eligibility criteria.
EIC Transition Open is an open funding scheme for projects in any field of science, technology or application as well as challenge driven funding on specific strategic fields. The majority of funding will be awarded through open calls with no predefined thematic priorities. This EIC transition Open is designed to enable support for any technologies and innovations that cut across different scientific, technological, sectoral and application fields or represent novel combinations.
Proposals submitted to this Challenge should aim at the completion of Micro-Nano-Bio technology suitable for transition to market.
Proposals submitted to this Challenge call should focus on demonstrating novel devices, sensors or technologies that have a clear and quantifiable advantage with respect to one or several of the key issues mentioned above compared with existing alternatives for similar class of problems or applications
The overall goal of this Challenge is to advance technological developments of the light states in driven nonlinear systems and to develop novel platforms for chip-scale frequency combs.
Single applicants (SMEs, spin-offs, start-ups, research organisations, universities) or small consortia (max 5 partners) may apply. Applications are restricted to results generated by the following eligible projects:
Applicants will need to demonstrate that are the owner or holder of the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), or have the necessary rights to commercialise the results from one of these eligible projects. The list of the projects provided below is a “best effort” indication of potentially eligible projects unless amendments, early termination and errors. The list does not provide proof of eligibility to submit a proposal to a EIC Transition call deadline.
Source: European Commission, 2023