SMART does not fund projects. Funding is provided according to EUREKA Countries’ national programmes and procedures.
Please NOTE that there may be significant differences in national funding procedures. Make sure your project proposal fits within national public authorities’ priorities and funding rules before you submit it to SMART.
National funding applications
National applications for funding should be submitted after SMART labelling (or earlier dependent on national procedures). Since the deadline for such submissions varies from country to country, each project partner (or each consortium’s national contact person) should get in touch with the relevant public authority’s contact person well in advance to know the deadline, the information to be gathered and/or the forms to be filled in.
Take into account the following
- The SMART label is a prerequisite to obtain funding from national public authorities, but a SMART project label does not automatically ensure the funding of the project
- Project partners must apply to their national public authority for funding
- Each public authority will decide on a per partner basis and according to the relevant national funding rules whether to fund a project or not
- Funding contracts are directly dealt with between each project partner and the relevant funding public authority
- Each project partner is responsible for providing the relevant public authority with all information concerning their project according to the relevant funding rules
- In addition to the FPP, SMART will provide the relevant public authorities with any available information necessary for making funding decisions.
National funding contacts
SMART provides contact details for various national funding contacts which support and coordinate the funding of SMART projects. You can find the contact details of the funding contact by clicking on your country in the list below. National funding information are also available.
Find your funding contact below: