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How to apply?

  1. First contact
    • After the first contact with our information desk or contact person you will receive immediately an information package
  2. Next you will be contacted by a project leader, who is an expert in the domain of your technological challenge.
    • A NDA (non disclosure agreement) will be signed at this stage to protect your IP
    • The project leader will then discuss with you the challenge to be tackled.
    • The project leader will gather a team of experts to elaborate potential solutions in support of your company's innovation challenge.
    • The project leader will assist you in completing the application form.
  3. Submission of the application form
    • Once the application form is completed you can submit it online
  4. Approval of the application form by the board
    • Within 2 weeks after the first upcoming deadline for project proposals you will be informed about the approval of your user project. 
    • Deadlines for project proposals are every 3 months. 
    • The first deadline is 31/12/2010
  5. The project leader will contact you to make concrete appointments to start the project
    • A contract including a timeline, concrete deliverables, and an IP agreement will be signed.
  6. Start of the User project
    • The project leader will keep you updated on the progress of the project through personal meetings and progress reports
    • The Helpdesk will contact you to check whether the project is running according to your expectations.
  7. End of the project
    • After the project is completed you will be asked to complete a questionnaire that inquires about your satisfaction about the support offered to you by ACTMOST.
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Mrs. Nathalie Debaes
Project support officer
+32 2 629 10 18

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