Supporting Northern Ireland’s participation in Horizon 2020
ICT NICP Stuart Campbell
Stuart is the Horizon 2020 Northern Ireland Contact Point for ICT, based in Queen’s University Belfast. This involves working with academics and industry from across Europe, aligning a research focus that puts Northern Irish stakeholders in the strongest possible position to have a successful European research funding proposal. We are seeing technology breakthroughs in […]
Conor is based in Queens University Belfast and is the Horizon 2020 Northern Ireland Contact Point for ICT with a focus on supporting industry participation. His remit centres on the ICT work programme but he also scopes for ICT industry participation under the Societal Challenges. Conor is a Chartered Electrical Engineer and has a background […]
Laura is the Horizon 2020 Northern Ireland Contact Point for Energy, based at Ulster University. She has a responsibility to engage with EU energy related research and development programmes in order to maximise Northern Ireland’s opportunities for EU funding under Horizon 2020. The Horizon 2020 NICP aims to ensure that NI companies, research institutions and […]
Claire is one of the UK’s National Contact Points for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs), based in Northern Ireland and is available to help innovative companies of all sizes. With the recently launched European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot bringing together funding opportunities for innovators, NCPs are available to help, advise and support applications across […]
Grainne is responsible for Horizon 2020 at IntertradeIreland in her role as International Funding and Collaborations Broker. As such Grainne is responsible for supporting companies and researchers who collaborate on a North South basis in Horizon 2020.
Elaine is the NICP for the agri-food sector, supporting sustainable food production and focusing on Societal Challenge 2, which covers Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and inland water research, and the bioeconomy.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) Sarah Jayne Smith
Sarah Jayne Smith is the NICP for the AHSS area. Sarah Jayne provides expert advice and guidance in the preparation of strategic research bids for AHSS under Horizon 2020 and other funding programs from the European Union. Sarah Jayne was previously European Officer at Belfast City Council.
Patricia McCrory is the Horizon 2020 Northern Ireland Contact Point for Health, based at Queen’s University Belfast. This role involves engagement with health-related stakeholders in Northern Ireland, with an aim to build participation in R&D under Horizon 2020 and develop partnerships and collaborations across Europe under the health theme. Patricia has worked in the field […]
Ciarán is Horizon 2020 Northern Ireland Contact Point for Engineering. This role is focused on supporting engagement from regional stakeholders within the aerospace supply chain, mechanical/civil engineering and manufacturing sectors. His remit spans (I) Societal Challenge 4: Smart, Green and Integrated Transport plus (II) Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Technologies – topics on advanced materials, […]