Unlock Funding for Cutting-Edge AI Development: Upcoming Horizon Europe Calls

About the event

Looking to secure funding to develop powerful, robust and trustworthy AI Models?

Join the webinar “Unlock Funding for Cutting-Edge AI Development: Upcoming Horizon Europe calls”, taking place on 12 July at 11:00 (CEST). The event will provide all the information you need to successfully apply to the following Horizon Europe calls:

What you will get

  • In-depth Insights: Get all the essential details on how to successfully apply for these Horizon Europe calls;
  • Enhancing your proposal: Learn the best practices for writing a winning proposal with expert knowledge, practical tools, and tips and tricks;
  • Interactive Q&A: Address all your questions during the Q&A session;
  • Networking Opportunities: Follow the webinar and participate in a matchmaking session designed to help you form strong consortia for your projects

About the funding opportunities

Advancing Large AI Models: This call seeks to develop new larger AI models or retrain existing ones to incorporate more data types to improve their performance and output, both at the top level and for downstream tasks. The research should focus on methodologies for enhancing the representation, alignment and interaction among the different data modalities.

Explainable and Robust AI: this call will fund research to advance the trustworthiness and transparency of AI models, particularly generative ones, by emphasizing the robustness and explainability of the decision-making processes in a wide variety of real-world conditions.

How to join

Fill out the registration form below.

  • The webinar is free of charge for DIGITAL SME members and partner organisations. Not yet a member? Check our membership options!
  • External organisations: €99 (excl. VAT)


Justina Bieliauskaite is DIGITAL SME’s Innovation Director, with more than a decade-long project acquisition experience, covering various funding frameworks (such as Erasmus+, Horizon Europe (and ex H2020), Digital Europe Programme, Interreg, etc.). Besides project acquisition, Justina is also an experienced end-to-end project manager, who has served as a project coordinator, task or WP leader in multiple EU-funded projects. She is currently heading DIGITAL SME’s projects team which simultaneously runs around 20 projects under Justina’s supervision.