EARTO

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EARTOEuropean Association of Research and Technology Organisations
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EARTO admits that the model is likely to satisfy the majority of some 25,000 organisations participating in the EU's R&D programmes.
According to the Secretary-General of EARTO, John Hull, speaking during a meeting with Ehler on 28 May, this option is particularly important for research projects that rely on large infrastructures, which is often the case with research and technology organisations (RTOs).
The European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO) welcomes the amendments to the R&D cost reimbursement model planned in the future Horizon 2020 research programme, proposed by German MEP Christian Ehler (EPP).
In a new paper, the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO) particularly welcomes the European Commission's concept of European innovation partnerships (EIPs).
For many actors, including Chris Hull, general secretary of the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO), this new organisation "will not change the administrative nature of programmes because the political context around the Commission remains the same, with a significant need for rules and regulations".
In addition to Kowi and Eurochambres, organisations involved in drawing up Desca include the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO) and also the Universities International Team of Experts (UNITE).
According to Chris Hull, secretary-general of EARTO (European Association of Research and Technology Organisations), the principal criticism that could be made of the new structure is the limited number of parties involved - mainly multinationals and research institutes, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) being ruled out, to avoid the programmes from becoming unmanageable.
MEPs have been called on to back the creation of a European Institute of Technology (EIT), in an open letter from the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO).