Writing a successful proposal for FP6

April 5, 2004

Brussels, 02 Apr 2004

A seminar on 'the road to a successful proposal for the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6)' will take place in Taastrup, Denmark, on 19 May.

The following topics will be addressed at the seminar:
- the Sixth Framework Programme;
- the types of projects selected for funding;
- how to write a successful proposal for FP6;
- the experiences of a private company in the proposal phase;
- the selection and evaluation of proposals;
- EU contracts for projects under FP6.

The event is organised by EuroCentre, the Danish Technological Institute.

For further information, please contact:
Jan Corner-Walker
Tel: +45 7220 2963
E-mail: jcw@eurocenter.info
Remarks: The seminar will be conducted in Danish

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