Partner Searches

Partner Searches

If you are looking for a partner for an EU-funded project, post your partner search here. The partner searches are automatically ordered by the date they were posted, though it is possible to use the filters to order them by the call or expression of interest deadlines. It is also possible to use the tool below to filter the partner searches by funding programme, location, desired partner, associated working group or keyword.

  • By RALUCA ABASEACA

Looking for partners for the call on town-twinning and networks of towns

The Municipality of Suceava (Romania) is interested in joining as a partner in project proposals to be submitted under the Town-twinning and Network of Towns calls.

  • By jessica mitchell

EU-Africa partner interest in raw materials value chains

The Centre for Agroecology Water and Resilience at Coventry University is looking to partner in the project on EU-Africa raw materials value chain and offers the following expertise matching the scope and expected impacts of the topic.

  • By Remke Palsma

Join voices to reawaken endangered languages in Europe

Afuk, together with local partners De Fryske Akademy and Mercator is looking to join as partners in this Horizon call, or other European projects that focuse on the preservation of endangered languages by enhancing cooperation, empowerement of local communities, involvement of young people and promotion of equality and linguistic diversity.

  • By Catherine Marston

Horizon Europe Cluster 3 - human trafficking call

Cardiff Metropolitan University is looking for at least three European partners with expertise in: - Human trafficking (social or political science and/or other) - Dark web (computer science) - Law (with expertise around human trafficking)

  • By Elena Nielsen

Horizon Europe CL2: Looking for partners for the topic on overcoming discrimination for an inclusive labour market

Partner looking for consortium for Horizon Europe:CL2-2022:TRANSFORMATIONS-01-06: Overcoming discrimination for an inclusive labour market

  • By Helga Aunemo

Horizon Europe CL 5: Looking for a lead partner with expertise on censor technology/hydro power/data management

Norwegian industrial group Lyse is looking for a lead partner among Academic and research environments, different actors in industrial fields such as censor technology, hydropower expertise and data management. Lyse aims at meeting expected outcomes in this topic through development and testing of new censor technology for both operational and maintenance purposes in the European hydroelectric power industry. Lyse has been and is involved in several IoT endeavours, utilizing its fibre infrastructure and LoraWAN network in addition to introducing new digital technology in its recently expanded hydro-electric power station fleet together with Hydro.

Partner Searches

Partner Searches

If you are looking for a partner for an EU-funded project, post your partner search here. The partner searches are automatically ordered by the date they were posted, though it is possible to use the filters to order them by the call or expression of interest deadlines. It is also possible to use the tool below to filter the partner searches by funding programme, location, desired partner, associated working group or keyword.

  • By Rasmus Bergander

Cultural Assets in Rural Development (CARD) Creative Europe

Based on an international exchange of experience the purpose of the proposed project is to gather and disseminate knowledge about Cultural Planning, to test and develop methods of Cultural Planning in rural development and to show how cultural planning can have a better impact in different national planning contexts.

  • By Remke Palsma

Towards sustainable community-based funding of museums

Funding of museums by national, regional and local governments has diminished and the trend is still negative. In the slipstream also sponsorship by private companies has been reduced. Museums have to look for other forms of income in order to finance their societal tasks and their successful role as social institutes. Community-based crowdfunding might be a solution to get a large part of the public involved, let them be an active part in it and get them intouch with their heritage. A specific element of attention will be the inclusion of community members with fewer financial means, in the meanwhile avoiding stigmatization. The project will conceptualize, initiate and bring together existing test cases and analyze them by means of objective parameters. 

  • By Ida Nielsen

Erasmus+ Center of Vocational Excellence on alternative fuels and transport is searching for partners

Educational-Center Ringkøbing-Skjern's, Denmark (UCRS) vision is to create a European Ecosystem of skills within green energy for vehicles by establishing a triangle of knowledge involving vocational education and training, auto industry partners (auto repair shops and vehicles manufacturers) and research partners. Our ambition is to identify and develop a skill set to ensure the successful roll-out of alternative fuels in the mobility sector for vehicles to the consumer.

  • By Anonymous

Measuring the local impact of western European nightlife venues/activities (HORIZON-CL2-2021-HERITAGE-01-03)

With this project, the Centre of expertise Public Impact at the KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Belgium (Antwerp) aims to build an impact model and online tool (scan) that can measure and predict the local impact of western European nightlife venues/activities.

  • By Cecilie Lindstrom

Not in my Backyard: bridge the gap between citizens, public administrations and renewable energy installations

Expected Outcome: Renewable energy technologies will be evermore present in the lives of European citizens, thus a harmonious co-existence is essential. Wind turbines are particularly susceptible to the NIMBY effect (Not In My BackYard), and hence it is facing opposition despite being a high-potential clean energy source. In order to achieve the European goals on climate neutrality, dedicated actions in this context are needed to ensure that large turbines retain a low environmental impact and gain more popular support. A particular focal point should be how to best engage with different communities to identify actions toward the co-existence goal.

  • By Jesper Blaabjerg Holm

Reduction of plastics and recycling of plastic waste through public procurement and public-private innovation across the plastics value chain

In Denmark, approx. 370.000 tons of plastic are incinerated every year which results in emission of approx. 1 million tonnes of CO2/year. In order to achieve Denmark’s target to reduce CO2 emissions by 70 percent by 2030 and achieve climate neutrality in 2050, long-term efforts must be made to minimize our plastic consumption and production and management of plastic waste. There is a need for innovation, which is aimed at reducing plastic consumption as well as waste management and treatment of plastics. In order to develop and test systemic solutions for reduction and increased recycling of plastic waste, there is a need for a strong partnership across several links in the value chain of plastics that can create holistic and practical solutions.