Who Are the Champions in Horizon 2020?
Author: Nikolaos Floratos
This publication is a synopsis on which countries and organizations are the most successful ones in Horizon 2020 programme. We have analyzed 4190 H2020 projects and 7804 organizations that have been awarded an Horizon 2020 grant based on the data provided by the European Commission under Cordis on 24 June 2015.
Presentations and articles from EC officials and experts have been highlighting the low success rates in Horizon 2020 programme.
A recent also article at science business states that the success rates slide lower towards 12% and it is getting harder and harder to get granted EU Research funds. But which countries and which organizations across Europe are the champions in Horizon 2020 so far and they have been awarded the largest number of grants as well as the largest EC contribution in Europe’s 2014-‐2020 Research and Innovation Funding Programme?
European Commission recently published at Cordis the projects and the organizations that were successful and have received an H2020 grant. Based on the latest data added on 24/6/2015, we have made a thorough analysis on the 4190 H2020 projects and 7804 organizations that have been awarded a grant and we have answered the following important question “Which countries but also which organizations are the most successful ones in H2020?”
Such information may be very useful since it can form the basis for H2020 applicants and countries on following similar practices that the H2020 champions apply.
You can download the H2020 publication in the below link: