EU networks in Horizon Europe

The EU networks are working to prepare Norwegian applicants for Horizon Europe. The Research Council contributes with funding to operate these EU networks located throughout the country.

The networks’ overriding goal is to mobilise Norwegian participants to the framework programme by building competence in relation to Horizon Europe, improving intersectoral cooperation between key actors, learning and sharing good practice and building alliances. The Research Council sees the networks as important contributors to the work of mobilising Norwegian actors.

Overview of the EU networks



Contact person


KS - The Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities

Thea Forsberg


The University of Oslo (UiO) 

Klas Henning Pettersen

Nettverk for Horisont Europas mobilitets- og logistikkutfordringer

ITS Norway

Runar Søråsen

EU-nettverk Møre og Romsdal - et regionalt nettverk for flere og bedre søknader i Horisont Europa.

Møre og Romsdal county municipality

Malene Aaram Vike

Horisont Troms og Finnmark

Troms og Finnmark county municipality

Håkon Dahlmo

Horisont Trøndelag 2021-2024 -  et tverrsektorielt nettverk for mobilisering til økt trøndersk deltagelse i Horisont Europa.

Trøndelag county municipality

Stein Ivar Mona

Mobilisering til Horisont Europa i Vestland

Vestland county municipality

Kate Clarke

NAINE 2.0 - Norwegian AI network for Europe

SINTEF Digital

Lene Lad Johansen

EU-nettverk for næringsutvikling innen digitalisering og sirkulærøkonomi.

Smart Innovation Norway AS

Joseph Negreira


The Federation of Norwegian Industries

Katrine Vinnes

EU-nettverk for robotikk og automatisering i inspeksjon og vedlikehold (RINVE)


Aksel Andreas Transeth

Ocean of Opportunities

The University of Bergen (UiB)

Cecilie Evjen

Horisont Rogaland

The University of Stavanger (UiS)

Kyrre Aas

Horizon South Norway 2021-2024 EU-nettverk

Agder county municipality

Stig Marthinsen


NCE Aquaculture AS

Ann Cecilie Hilling

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