Celebrating Future and Emerging Technologieswith an eye to EIC Pathfinder‘s Future
The European Innovation Council (EIC) and the FETFX project are inviting all past and present EIC Pathfinder FET projects to join in celebrating Europe’s future and emerging technologies at the Future Tech Week 2020, running 21-25 September.
Future Tech Week provides EIC Pathfinder FET projects with a platform from which to blast their exciting findings, results and future paths to innovation to a wide range of stakeholders – in short, to everyone! Showcase your achievements in fields aligning with the European Commission’s priorities, including Artificial Intelligence and information technology, health and biotech, culture and society, energy and environment, and nanotech and materials.
The inaugural Future Tech Week edition (2019) was a resounding success, attracting 85 participating projects. This year’s event, which will also be part of the European Union’s flagship research event ‘Research & Innovation Days’, an impressive online event that will take place on the 22-24 September.
If you wish to be part of this incredible edition of Future Tech Week send us your material: from a recorded lab tour, experiment or prototype demonstration, to a webinar, a narrated presentation, a news story, etc. Contributions of all kinds are welcome, with creativity and resourcefulness encouraged! With the launch of Horizon Europe around the corner, 2020 is a pivotal year – and the right time to share your visions for the future.
If you have questions, need guidance, or would like to propose a session for Future Tech Week 2020, the FETFX communicators are here to help. Contact us at email@example.com. We invite you to submit your ideas starting 13 July.
Do not forget that the five-day event will be accompanied by an extensive social media campaign which anyone can join by simply tweeting the hashtag #EICFTW.
If you would already like to start considering your project’s contribution, we recommend the following resources:
- The ‘Practical Good Practices Kit for Ongoing and Future FET Projects’ provides useful advice and guidelines for researchers on how to create engaging content.
- The pre-recorded webinar ‘Your Effective FET Communication Strategy’ is another source of valuable information.
Additional support actions will be announced this summer! Stay tuned.