Letter of intent - Signed on March 18, 2015.
Based on this letter of intent, researchers from research institutions in the State of São Paulo have the opportunity to collaborate with European researchers under the H2020 programme.
To do so, there are two possibilities:
1. Through Open Deadline Submission according to the guidelines described in www.fapesp.br/9775.
In this case, the H2020 calls are published in http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/index.html and indicate possibilities of co-funding schemes for non-EU/non-Associated Countries.
When selecting a call, you can check in the "Topic conditions and documents" section, "1. Eligible countries", the link to the "Online Manual": "A number of non-EU/non-Associated Countries that are not automatically eligible for funding have made specific provisions for making funding available for their participants in Horizon 2020 projects. See the information in the Online Manual".
The following page shows the link to Brazil:
"Available local support for H2020 participants from non-EU countries"
"Countries with co-funding by a region: Brazil"
In the Online Manual, it is mentioned the availability of co-funding by FAPESP for researchers that have a formal employment with a São Paulo research institution. See the guidelines to submit your proposal in collaboration: www.fapesp.br/9775.
2. Through Calls for Proposal in bilateral or multilateral cooperation, particularly announced for collaboration between researchers from the State of São Paulo and Europe:
Call for proposals 2018: Closing the Water Cycle Gap – Sustainable Management of Water Resources
Call for proposals 2017: Water Resource Management in Support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Call for proposals 2016: Coordinated Call for research proposals on Lignocellulosic Biofuels | Selected proposal
More information about the agreement:
European Union hopes to increase Brazilian participation in Horizon 2020 (Agência FAPESP, 05/04/2017)
Europe and Brazil can cooperate more on science and innovation, says EU Commissioner (Agência FAPESP, 02/12/2015)