Carlos Aragon, Head of the Research and Innovation Department of CENTA, was invited to present his experience in H2020 projects at the Infoday Challenge 5 organized by CDTI and the Andalusian Knowledge Agency in Huelva (Spain) on the 13th November 2018.
The session started with the presentation of Juan Carlos García Carrasco, National Contact Point for Challenge 5 at CDTI. Later, María del Mar Delgado Serrano (Universtiy of Córdoba) gave the view of the examiner and, finally, Carlos Aragón presented the view of a beneficiary.
CENTA is currently participating in three H2020 projects: iMETland, Urban Green UP and Water2Return, among other EU funded projects. The speech focused on the main issues that an applicant must keep in mind to prepare a successful proposal. Carlos Aragón highlighted that Water2Return is a clear example that a winning proposal arises from previous work, several years of experimentation and mutual collaboration and complementarity between the participating partners.
After the presentations, a session of Q&A was opened to gain direct information, tricks and recommendations from the invited speakers.