The SNS JU call 2024 text provides the context for identifying where your interests lie and the topics of the 2024 call (SNS JU Call 3) are used in this tool for you to indicate areas of interest. Draft versions are available in the 6G IA Members Area and the official version will be published on the SNS JU website in December 2023 and linked here.
Please Note: as the call topics have changed for the forthcoming call, older submissions to this tool have been removed to allow updated expressions of interest and new projects ideas that fit with the current calls to be posted.
We wish to remind all proposers that SNS JU projects will be complementary in nature requiring all participants to be part of a programme-level. Collaboration Agreement and for all projects to participate in programme-level activities such as the Steering Board, Technical Board, metrics for programme-level achievements and topical working groups. Please keep this in mind when dimensioning your projects.
If you want to present your information here please follow the links 1 and 2 and submit your information. (All submissions are moderated and can take until the next working day to be published)
If you want to browse the submitted information to find either proposals or potential partners please follow the links 3 and 4. (We may create Hierarchical lists if there are large numbers of submissions)
1. For Idea owners or proposal leaders: To post your project ideas so prospective partners can ask to join with you.
The key information needed if you want to announce your idea or proposal is: what you want to do, exactly which call of the work programme you plan to address, which SNS goals will you contribute to, and what competences or participants (SMEs, academics, industry, etc.,) do you need. You may do this as the potential coordinator of a proposal or you may do it with your idea just to find like-minded people to form a consortium. Proposal or Idea owners may keep their identity private and any interests in your proposal/idea will be forwarded to you.
2. For offers of Expertise: (participants looking for projects) To post your profile and indicate your interests so prospective partners can find you.
Here you can share your profile and competence for all to consider. The key information needed here is what sort of organisation you are (SMEs, academics, industry, etc.,), if you are a member of the 6G IA and can contribute to the IKOP assessment and what expertise you can offer. You should also say specifically which aspects of the call you want to address. (the form allows multiple key words and target areas to be chosen by re-selecting in the drop down lists multiple times). In principle such an offer must include your contact email so you may be contacted. This contact will be made public. PLEASE NOTE: your should avoid multiple postings for individual organisations as these may not be accepted and do not improve your visibility in the search function.
3. Link to browse Submitted Proposal Ideas To browse or search project ideas to see if there are any you would like to offer your participation to.
Key information about ideas and proposals are shared here: what they want to do, exactly which call of the work programme they plan to address, which SNS goals they will contribute to, and what competencies or participants (SMEs, academics, industry, etc.,) do the proposer(s) need. Proposal or Idea owners may keep their identity private and any interest in their proposal/idea will be forwarded to them.
4. Link to browse Submitted Expertise Offerings To browse or search up loaded profiles to find the competence you need in your proposal(s)
Here you can look for profiles and competencies you may be interested in your project idea. The key information needed is provided and if the interesting profile you are looking is a member of the 6G IA your can their IKOP assessment and what expertise they can offer. You will be able to see which aspects of the call they want to address. (selected through multiple keywords and target areas chosen by re-selecting in the drop-down lists multiple times). In principle, their email address is shared so they can be contacted.
In summary, this tool will show information about potential proposals that people may wish to contact and also show expertise offered by potential participants that you may wish to invite to join your consortium. We hope it can help you to find suitable partners and projects. As always with such services it will only be successful if the community wishes to use it.
For both proposals and profiles, simple lists will be used until the growing number of submissions require multiple lists and/or search capabilities to be introduced to keep the service useful.
We encourage all potential participants in the current SNS JU calls to avail of this service and to make your proposals strong by finding the best partners and collaborations.