Thuringia

Our office represents the Free State of Thuringia to EU-Institutions and European regions. Among other activities, we support our regional research and innovation stakeholders by informing about activities of the European Commission and European networks in the field of research and innovation and by supporting them in their involvement in the European research and innovation landscape.

Contact detail

  • Contact person

    Annelie Zapfe

  • Brussels Office Address

    111 Rue Frédéric Pelletier
    1030 Brussels
    Belgium

Thuringia

Working Group Leaders

Latest Updates

  • By Gianpiero Petruzziello

Digital Innovation Hub Photonics Pitch 2022

The Digital Innovation Hub Photonics (DIHP) is organising a pitch event on 23 May. This event will give the opportunity to present innovative projects and research plans and receive a research grant in optics, photonics, biophotonics at one of five research institutes. Interested applicants can submit their ideas to dihp@iof.fraunhofer.de by 15 May.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

The Digital Innovation Hub Photonics (DIHP) calls for project ideas to the Digital Pitch 2021

The Digital Innovation Hub Photonics (DIHP) invites all optics and photonics enthusiasts with exciting project ideas to the Digital Pitch 2021

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Digitisation, Cultural Heritage and Smart Tourism Infoday and Matchmaking Event

We are happy to invite you to learn about the upcoming European funding opportunities for digitization, cultural heritage and smart tourism topics and meet potential partners across Europe during the Infoday and Matchmaking event, which will take place on 9 June.

  • By Anna Tranberg

Regional mobility beyond TEN-T

The 'Online Convention on Regional Mobility beyond TEN-T' sheds light on practical examples of developing regional public transport in a way so that all inhabitants can benefit from the optimised TEN-T infrastructure, no matter where they live. Join to hear inspiring presentations and discussions from the European Commission, authorities, and universities.

  • By Helga Aunemo

EWRC 2021: Sustainable, inclusive and beautiful urban areas – how can the New European Bauhaus boost holistic green transition?

This workshop brings together urban actors to exchange inspiring examples of holistic design and to explore how NEB can help urban areas to boost their green transition and to integrate the values of NEB - sustainable, beautiful and inclusive.

  • By Gaia Ialisa Marotta

Health & ICT: State of play of the European Health Data Space & opportunities for regions

This joint meeting between the Health and ICT working groups will explore the European Commission’s ongoing development of a European Health Data Space (EHDS).