Coronavirus research project coordinated by Hungary's Institute for Computer Science and Control receives EU funding
The EC announced on Tuesday that the funding, disbursed under Horizon 2020, the EU’s research and innovation program, will support the Academy’s “CO-VERSATILE” project.
A research project coordinated by the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI) is among 23 recipients of European Union funding totaling at 128 million euros earmarked to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Commission announced on Tuesday that the funding, disbursed under Horizon 2020, the EU’s research and innovation program, will support SZTAKI's “CO-VERSATILE” project which focuses on “adaptive and resilient production and supply chain methods and solutions for urgent need of vital medical supplies and equipment”.
According to MTI, the institute is working with 21 partners on the project, including ones from Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK.