Water supply will be an important issue for decades to come. Increasing water consumption due to global trends such as urbanisation, demographic growth and ageing populations will lead, if not ...Read more
As part of the European READY project, LGI ran a co-creation workshop from 22-24 August to design new and innovative business models to make cities more sustainable. READY aims to develop and ...Read more
The first call for proposals under Horizon 2020, the EU’s new Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, were launched in December 2013. The programme will run from 2014-2020 with a budget of €70 billion to fund research and innovation projects across Europe.
It is essential to be one step ahead of the game and prepare for the forthcoming challenges in the years running up to 2020. Fully understanding the new scheme of H2020 and its participation and administrative rules, as well as the differences with the previous FP7 programme is a key asset for organisations that wish to participate in H2020 projects.
LGI Consulting has built sound expertise in collaborative research and has been active in more than 30 funded projects addressing most technology areas. We are involved in international, European and national research & innovation frameworks.
From proposal writing to the management and coordination of consortia, LGI provides support and assistance at every stage of collaborative projects. We also deliver training courses on the European research programme.
Because two minds are always better than one and because we believe that great ideas can come from anyone, anywhere, LGI developed an online Open Innovation Platform, an off-the-shelf system easily customised to your needs.