The objective of the OFFERR project is to support the SNETP Association in setting up a system for R&D experts to facilitate access to key nuclear research infrastructures all over Europe. Its primary function is to serve as a conduit for financial support from the Euratom programme. This support is allocated by paying and granting access to user institutions that offer services to selected projects through OFFERR calls. Additionally, the project offers assistance to successful research teams who have applied through the calls and will engage in collaboration with the research institution.
To secure funding, it is essential to ensure that your project meets the eligibility criteria provided below. Once verified, you can explore the OFFERR catalogue to identify the facility that aligns with your project’s requirements. Through the OFFERR Call Platform, you can submit your application, selecting the appropriate cut-off date and project type (fast or complex) that you intend to lead.
OFFERR is funded under Horizon Europe / Euratom call and by consequence it applies UE rules and regulations. Regarding participating countries to OFFERR’s call, candidates must comply with UE rules and be included in the list of participating countries in Horizon Europe. The list can be find here . Countries that are not listed as member of HE or third countries associated to HE can still participate to OFFERR’s call but won’t be able to receive funds. The project will have to explain in its proposal how the research team/facility will be supported by national funds.
The next cut-off date for project proposals (fast track and complex project) is September 30, 2023.
All applicants will be informed shortly after about the status of their proposal.
All Call Documents