As the AMULET consortium, we are glad to inform that the 1st Open Call was launched on 12th April 2022 and will be opened by 30th June 2022 to enhance this innovation potential of SMEs through a cross sectors and funded knowledge exchange.
For this reason, the first Open Call will be selecting Consortium of minimum 2 and maximum 3 Legal entities including exclusively SMEs to leader Bottom-up projects that address the development and implementation of demonstration activities around technology and systems applicable to the 12 challenge areas. The selected consortia will receive up to 120K€ (60K€ for each SME) and the Funding and Business training support.
AMULET thematic competitions – 1st Open Call
| Application stage||SME consortia (2 to 3 SMEs) online matchmaking events up to 36 SME consortia invited to the online Jury Day to pitch their solutions|
| Stage 1 – Feasibility study||up to 26 SME consortia funded duration: 4 months €23,000 lump sum (per consortium)|
| Stage 2 – Demonstration||up to 7 SME consortia funded (passed from Stage 1) duration: 9 months €80,000 lump sum (per consortium)|
| Stage 3 – Follow up support for innovation||up to 7 SME consortia funded (consortia from Stage 2) duration: 2 months €17,000 lump sum (per consortium)|
Info Days on the Matchmaking platform to build innovative SMEs consortia
The Amulet consortium will organize 3 official networking opportunities for SMEs interested in participating in the first Open Call. SMEs will be able to participate in three Info Days and use the Eventtia matchmaking platform to meet other companies to work together on their project.
Launch of the Matchmaking platform
Join also the Info Day of the launch of the Matchmaking platform and find partners to apply to the 1st Open Call!
You will learn about:
- What is the AMULET project
- What are the benefits of being part of the AMULET community
- How to apply for the 1st Open Call
- What is the Eventtia platform
- How to use the Eventtia for the matchmaking part of the 1st Open Call
- Dates of the Matchmaking events
About the AMULET
The Advanced Materials & Manufacturing United for LightwEighT (AMULET) project aims to benefit from the innovation potential of SMEs that will be creating new value chains by fostering the penetration of advanced lightweight materials in industry. AMULET will focus on the following three advanced materials: light metal alloys, ceramic matrix composites, polymer-based composites and their implementation in four sectors:
The AMULET consortium consists of 7 clusters: POLYMERIS (FR) which is the project’s coordinator, Bydgoszcz Industrial Cluster (PL), Advanced Materials Cluster of Catalonia (ES), IMAST (IT), West Hungarian Engineering Cluster (HU), Clust-ER MECH (IT), Moravian-Silesian Automobile Cluster (CZ), 4 RTOs: Chemnitz University of Technology, Jožef Stefan Institute (SI), Flanders Make (BE), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and 2 SMEs: FundingBox (PL) and Bax&Company (ES).