How can you find data of successful projects funded under H2020 or even older programmes?
The commission has a number of tools where you can find very interesting information and even download open data which you can use.
Funding & Tendering Opportunities
This new (2019) web site presents an overview of all successful proposals (incl. success rates) and detailed statistics and data on funded projects and their participants, broken down by countries and regions, research domain/programme part, organisation type, etc.
It is probably the best source of information for projects under H2020 and FP7.
Access the Horizon 2020 Dashboard here.
Cordis is the EU Research Results portal where you can find all projects with summaries, participants, organisations, budgets, etc. There is a very elaborate search facility which offers a lot of filtering. You can also download research results, deliverables and open data sets.
Cordis also offer a visualisation Datalab (seen in the screenshot above).
The Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME) also offers a number of visualisation tools for COSME, SME and a number of other projects and initiatives. Access it here.
EU Open Data Portal
The EU Open Data Portal is another great source of data and information. You can search the database by using key words like horizon 2020 or h2020. Access the Open Data Portal here.
Financial Transparency System
This is another great source of information focusing more on the grants that beneficiaries have received. You can filter for a country or you can search for a specific organisation. Access FTS here.
Finally there is a list of databases of EU-funded research and innovation projects here. In this list you can find project for initiatives like InfoRegio, INTERREG, LIFE, Public Private Partnerships and more.
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