METALLURGY EUROPE

METALLURGY EUROPE

Metallurgy Europe

Metallurgy Europe is a supporting programme for RDI in the sector of metallurgy and all related activities. As one of the seven thematic clusters of the EUREKA programme, it aims at generating wealth, growth and well-being in Europe, by securing global leadership in industrial metallurgy and advanced manufacturing across a broad range of market sectors (transport, green energy, renewables, aerospace, biomedical, computing, chemistry, security, electronics and manufacturing…).

It integrates industrial metallic materials, advanced manufacturing, end-user OEM engineering and academic research across Europe, thus catalysing a community effort to make breakthrough metal products.

Metallurgy Europe goals are to:

  • lay the technical foundation for the design and discovery of next-generation alloys, intermetallics, compounds and composites that can be processed into higher-performance metallic components for industrial end-users.
  • encourage the optimization of metal processing
  • elaborate recycling technologies Novel design, metal processing and optimisation

The Metallurgy Europe cluster supports business-oriented technically innovative collaborative projects coordinated by manufacturers. The projects selected do not receive any funding from this organisation but a label. They are financed by national funding agencies (Innoviris for Brussels) according to their own specific funding rules.

The projects must meet all of the eligibility criteria defined by the Metallurgy Europe programme. Furthermore, in order to obtain funding, each partner must meet the eligibility criteria defined by its national funding agency. For Brussels research organisations, the financing conditions are as follows.  

Metallurgy Europe programme criteria
  • the project submitted must be written in English
  • the lead participant must be established in a EUREKA member country or in an associated country.
  • at least two independent legal entities located in two EUREKA member countries must be part of the project 
Innoviris' criteria
  • develop all or some of its activities within the territory covered by the Brussels-Capital Region
  • present an innovative RDI project managed in collaboration with a Brussels small enterprise and likely to have a favourable impact on employment and/or sustainable development of the Brussels-Capital Region
  • have fulfilled its obligations in the context of previous support initiatives allocated by the Region.  
    Those eligible are companies and research organisations (universities and higher education institutions). However, universities and research organisations are only eligible if, as part of the project, they are collaborating with a Brussels-based company. Also, no individual partner alone is allowed to support more than 70% of the project's cost.

Applications must be submitted after the project's labelling by Metallurgy Europe. Applications may be submitted to Innoviris via the Explore or Shape measures using the form available in the French and Dutch version of the website.

Type of financial intervention

Aid may be allocated as a grant.

 

Rate of financial intervention (maximum)

Financial aid may cover 100% of the project's costs. Companies may also benefit from ITEA aid. For further information about the conditions of this aid, see page Metallurgy Europe - Enterprises. Financial aid for the preparation of your ITEA project may be obtained via Connect.

Contact and additional information

For further information about the Metallurgy Europe programme, consult the Metallurgy Europe website.


Innoviris contact person

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Mathilde Reumaux

International Projects Advisor

Industrial Research and Innovation Team

Tél. +32 2 600 50 31
mreumaux@innoviris.brussels