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The NGI_Trust project aims to support the development of a human-centric Internet. by developing a stronger European ecosystem of researchers, innovators and technology developers in the field of privacy and trust enhancing technologies. 

NGI_TRUST will run two rounds of open calls in order to select and providing financial support to the best projects submitted by third parties in a competitive manner.

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The partnership for innovative technological solutions to ensure privacy and enhance trust for the human-centric Internet.


European Future Innovation System (EFIS) Centre

European Business & Innovation Centre Network (EBN)

Kantara Initiative Europe


Fraunhofer IAO

Fundacion Tecnalia Research & Innovation


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NGI_Trust-Funded-Projects.png Since January 2019, the NGI_Trust project ran three rounds of open calls, funding 56 projects in the field of privacy and trust enhancing technologies. Now that the projects from the third and final open call have been selected, the NGI_Trust team grouped them into 12 thematic areas and published a comprehensive catalogue. Discover all the projects here: https://wiki.geant.…
As part of our project activities, we provide business mentoring and IPR advice to third party projects. Guidance on business mentoring is available at: Guidance for business mentoring A set of slides presenting tips on business mentoring is also available for consultation : Guidance on IPR is available at : NGI_Trust IPR Guidance
What is the maximum amount one organisation/individual can be granted? Over the three calls (lifetime of the NGI_TRUST project), a single organisation/individual cannot be awarded more than €200,000 for one or more projects (for example, €50,000 for a type 1 project followed by €150,000 for a type 2). Regarding eligible costs we understand that for Type 2, NGI_Trust would cover 66% of costs,…

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