Register your interest to serve as the evaluator for the EFPF Open Funding Call 

EFPF has launched a 2.5 Million Euros open call to provide Financial Support to third parties for experimentation over the federated EFPF platform. Through the open call, the EFPF project aims to select a number of innovative experiments that can add value to the on going platform and ecosystem development activities. 

To evaluate the open-call applications, the EFPF project needs expert evaluators who have extensive experience of digital manufacturing, Industry4.0, IoT and Factories of Future domains. If you have the relevant background and expertise then why not register your expression of interest to act as an expert evaluator? Selected expert evaluators will be compensated for their time and effort. 

Fill in the following form to register your interest to serve as an expert evaluator for EFPF.

Please add up to 5 coma seperated keywords to demonstrate that you have relevant expertise 

You will need to read the training material and participate in our webinar for evaluators on 02 March 2021.

During this period you should have time to evaluate the Open Call Applications (1 to 2 full working days) and participate in a consensus meeting in second half of April 2021 (if any)

I agree on Terms and Conditions available in web page Privacy Notice

I declare that I (and my current organization) have no formal business partnerships with any EFPF consortium member (e.g. part or wholly-owned subsidiary, or affiliate, or common PIC number ) and I am not directly involved in any proposal for EFPF Open Call.

I declare that, in participating as an independent expert in the evaluation of proposals received in the open call of EFPF project I undertake to treat as confidential all information contained in the proposals which I am asked to evaluate, both during the evaluation and afterwards.

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