Documentation and Resources for ZDMP Open Call 1
To help you with your submission, you can download the ZDMP Open Call documentation and resources here.
All applications are only to be submitted online via the F6S submission platform www.f6s.com/zdmp/apply. This can also be accessed from www.zdmp.eu/calls. Submissions received in any other way will not be evaluated.
Submitters will need to register their organisation on the F6S platform before being able to complete the online submission form.
To support the submission process, ZDMP also provides the following submission support pathway:
Downloadable Call documentation, including this Guidance For Applicants and the Proposal Template www.zdmp.eu/resources
Two question-and-answer webinars - see www.zdmp.eu/calls-webinar for details
An online Frequently Asked Questions page (FAQs) – www.zdmp.eu/calls-faq
A dedicated email submission support hotline – firstname.lastname@example.org (response around 2 working days)
It should be emphasized that the ‘route’ to a successful submission is to follow the submission support pathway above.
This means first understand the Call; second take time to learn about ZDMP, ZApps and zComponents; next attend/watch a support webinar; then review the Call 1 FAQs; and finally ask any questions only if necessary.
In addition, take note of Annex 5: FAQs from Open Call 1 of this document which contains questions asked during Call 1 the answers to which should be useful to you.
ESSENTIAL: First read the Guidance for Applicants.
CONTINUOUSLY: Refer to our ZDMP Call FAQ and these pages for any updates. It is your responsibility to check the final parameters via these pages in case any anomalies are identified.
Proposal Creation: Your proposal should be created according to the ZDMP Guidance for Applicants (ZDMP G4A) document and only according to the ZDMP proposal word template identified below. Once final this should be saved as a PDF.
Proposal Submission: ALL applications MUST be made via the ZDMP submissions platform: www.f6s.com/zdmp/apply and not by any other means. Depending on whether you have used the platform before you may need to either login (possibly entering further details) or create a new profile for yourself. After this, and as defined in the Guidance for Applicants, you will then be asked a series of high level questions related to your proposal as well as declaring that:
All parties in the proposer team are legal, solvent business entities, established in the EU, Associated Countries or the UK, and eligible for Horizon 2020 funding.
There is no known conflicts of interest between this proposer and any member of the ZDMP Consortium.
You will also be asked to upload the additional material; Mandatory: Ethics and Declaration of Honour forms; Conditional: eg use of data sets.
Do not forget to upload on time!