European partnerships are initiatives in which the EU, together with public and private partners, commit to jointly support the development and implementation of a research programme and innovation activities in a particular area.
The general objective of Cluster 4 is to strengthen the competitiveness of European technologies and give confidence to its industry
Areas of intervention
- Manufacturing technologies.
- Key digital technologies, including quantum technologies.
- Emerging enabling technologies.
- Advanced materials.
- Artificial intelligence and robotics.
next generation internet.
- Advanced computing and big data.
- Circular industries.
- Clean industries, with low carbon emissions.
- Space, including Earth observation.
The Horizon Europe’s partnerships under Cluster 4 are:
- Key Digital Technologies
- Smart Networks and Services
- High Performance Computing
- European Metrology (Art. 185)
- Made in Europe
- Clean Steel – Low – Carbon Steelmaking
- Globally Competitive Space Systems
Biodegradable polymers for sustainable packaging materials (IA)
Advanced biomaterials for the Health Care (IA)
Bio-intelligent manufacturing industries (Made in Europe Partnership) (RIA)
Enhanced assessment, intervention and repair of civil engineering infrastructure (RIA)