If you submit your proposal, it is not necessary that a consortium agreement has already been signed between all potential participants. In general, all you have to do is conclude the agreement before signing the financial assistance agreement with the European Commission (on behalf of the EU). If you would like to learn more about our case studies, please visit THE IP consultants of the European Helpdesk IPR, Alejandra Aluja (email@example.com) and Paula Barnola (firstname.lastname@example.org) to publish your case study with the European Helpdesk IPR. A consortium agreement covers the internal organisation of the consortium. Depending on the area or sector of the project and the technical complexity associated with it, the consortium agreement may generally include: continued regulation of IP-related issues is not mandatory, but must be recommended for unionized partners. The following IP issues can be taken into account in the consortium agreement: intellectual property rights play an important role in H2020 (subsidy and consortium agreements) contracts. For more information on intellectual property in H2020, see the European helpdesk fact sheets and documents for Dasamipr. The purpose of this webin is to provide a general overview of how the development and negotiation of consortium agreements should be handled in H2020, with an emphasis on ip provisions. Help: For questions or technical assistance, please contact our training team at: email@example.com After the training, participants should be able to answer the following main questions: Do you want your IP success story to be known to thousands of people across Europe? For more information, the Webinar program and registration details, click here. Inscription: global.gotowebinar.com/register/757320003 . The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) are one of the European Union`s main investment policy instruments for promoting economic and social growth in Europe. It should be noted that there is no binding model of consortium agreement.
The European Commission has provided only a checklist containing non-binding guidelines on issues that participants can consider when drawing up their consortium agreements. The KT Group must also be informed of any “results” generated, individually or jointly, by CERN as part of the project, in order to determine whether it should be protected and not published first and to examine possible approaches to use. The grant agreement sets out the general rules for intellectual property, its use and dissemination. Intellectual property rights rules are contained in Section 3 (Rights and Obligations for Context and Results) of annotated 2020-class grant agreements (Articles 23-31). Webinar Guide: More information about participating in our webinar sessions can be found in our download guide below.