The AIBC EUROCLUSTERS Open Calls are targeted at Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and start-ups, working on the AI & BC technologies, from the manufacturing, mobility, logistics and energy industrial ecosystems, that are interested in adopting AI & BC solutions to be more digital, resilient and green. The project has launched 4 Open Calls to provide Financial Support to Third Parties (FSTP) for the following activities:


AIBC EUROCLUSTERS Open Call for Training & Skills (CLOSED) 

Opening date: Friday 15th December 2023 – Deadline: Thursday 15th February 2024.

AIBC EUROCLUSTERS Open Call for Digitalisation Services and Product Development (CLOSED)

Opening date: Tuesday 6th June 2023 – Deadlines: Cut-off 1 NEW: Tuesday, 12th September 2023. Cut-off 2: Tuesday, 16th January 2024.

AIBC EUROCLUSTERS Open Call for Participation to international events (CLOSED)

Opening date: Tuesday 6th June 2023 – Deadlines: Cut-off 1: Tuesday, 5th September 2023. Cut-off 2: Tuesday, 16th January 2024.

Opening date: Tuesday 6th June 2023 – Deadline: Tuesday, 5th September 2023.

AIBC EUROCLUSTERS  Open Call for Project proposals  (CLOSED)

Opening date: Tuesday 6th June 2023 – NEW Deadline: Tuesday, 12th September 2023.

AIBC EUROCLUSTERS Open Call for Participating in the International Mission to Austin, TX, USA
Opening date: Friday 15th March 2024Deadline: Thursday 16th May 2024, 5pm CEST.

Applicant companies must be SMEs (as defined by the EU legislation (Commission Recommendation 2003/361/EC and the SME user guide) registered in a country from the European Union or participating to the Single Market Programme (SMP). All specific conditions for each call are available at its specific webpages and specially in the Call Guidelines.

AIBC EUROCLUSTERS stands for Artificial Intelligence & BlockChain for a greener and more digital economy supported by EUROpean CLUSTERS. It is an EU funded project (Grant Agreement no. 101074645) under the “Joint Cluster Initiatives (Euroclusters) for Europe’s recovery” call for proposals – Open Strand, which invites proposals focused on cross fertilisation of various industrial ecosystems, hence with no specific focus on one industrial ecosystem.

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The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) file is available here: AIBC FAQ

The AIBC EUROCLUSTERS Consortium is coordinated by Fondazione Piemonte Innova – FPI (IT), in partnership with bwcon research (DE), ICT Cluster (BU), Asociación Cluster de Movilidad y Logística de Euskadi – MLC (ES), Environment Park – ENVIPARK (IT) and Bydgoszcz Industrial Cluster – BIC (PL). 

Further information about the project and its objectives is available at its profile in the the European Cluster Collaboration Platform.