EURI Trends stirred the open data from the most recent EU Framework Programmes for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 and FP7 using topic modelling to add a new dimension to the visualisations of innovation landscape.
Explore Horizon 2020 with interactive charts and learn more about the projects and the organisations involved.
EXPLORE Horizon 2020
Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years from 2014 to 2020. As far as September 2018, €33 billion have been committed by the European Commission on 18 818 projects involving 25 142 organisations. Previous framework programme FP7, running between 2007 and 2013, saw 30 442 organisations from 179 countries collaborating on 25 809 projects with an EC overall contribution of €45.5 billion for a total cost of €64 billion.
Click on a country to see the list of organisations involved in H2020. Get details about about the number of projects and EC contribution received. Click on the organisation to list its projects. Click further on projects to see the organisations collaborating.
Explore the organisations participating in H2020 projects in a cost related chart; hover the bubbles to display related information; select regions and countries to discover how organisation types are represented
VISUALIZE TRENDS BETWEEN FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES
COMMITMENTS AND BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES
How are sectors of activities represented in the investments made in R&I by EU (H2020 and FP7) and in R&D by governments and private businesses? Check the following charts to get some insights.
Compare trends in investments in R&I and R&D by sector of activity, year and country and source of investment: EC contributions to H2020 and FP7 , government and business expenditures.