SAF€RA joint calls

2020: Safety concerns and opportunities related to advanced materials and new technologies in energy production and storage

2018: New technologies, new trends and monitoring safety performance

2016: Intelligent prognostics and developing professional competencies

2014: Innovating in safety and safe innovations

2013: Human and organizational factors including the value of industrial safety

2020 call: Safety concerns and opportunities related to advanced materials and new technologies in energy production and storage

Date: 2019-11-12

SAF€RA’s fifth joint call concerns Safety concerns and opportunities related to advanced materials and new technologies in energy production and storage. The call covers both technical/technological dimensions of this topic and the societal dimensions (public perception, policy-making and governance issues).

The call will use a two-stage application process, with a deadline for pre-proposals of January 30th 2020.

2018 call: New technologies, new trends and monitoring safety performance

Date: 2017-11-20

SAF€RA’s fourth joint call comprises two topics:

  • T1: New technologies and the effects of major changes in industry
  • T2: Measuring and monitoring safety performance

2016 call: Intelligent prognostics and developing professional competencies

Date: 2016-02-25

SAF€RA’s third joint call comprises two topics:

  • T1: Big data and intelligent prognostics for life extension of aging facilities
  • T2: Developing professional competencies and learning from experience

2014 call: Innovating in safety and safe innovations

Date: 2014-05-15

The second joint call on Innovating in safety and safe innovations concerned two topics:

  • Managing emerging risks
  • New technologies for safety

2013 call: Human and organizational factors including the value of industrial safety

The SAF€RA ERA-NET’s first joint call for trans-national research proposals concerned Human and organizational factors including the value of industrial safety. 12 of the 53 proposals received have received funding at the national/regional level.

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