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EUREKA Xecs Call 2 on Electronic Components & Systems (ECS)

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EUREKA Xecs Cluster is an industrial driven program focusing on sustainable digital transformation, guided by the technology and applications described in the Electronic Components and Systems Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda.


EUREKA Xecs Cluster projects generally include all types of industrial partners and academia. The projects often include 5-20 partners from 3-5 countries. Very large enterprises often participate alongside academia and SMEs. IFD can find all types of Danish partners if the projects include a Danish industrial partner.


IFD can find all types of activities. Grants from IFD are generally administered in accordance with the EU Commission Block Exemption regulation for state aid (GBER)3. Danish participants can receive funding by IFD according to IFD's general funding rules.

How much?

Max IFD funding to one Danish partner is EUR 300,000 and the total maximum for all Danish partners, if the project has two or more Danish partners, is EUR 500,000. Foreign partners are funded by their national funding agencies.

29 September 2022
Xecs Call 2 Launch
24-25 November 2022
Brokerage event
23 February 2023
Project Outlines must be submitted online
25 May 2023
Full Project Proposal must be submitted online

17:00 CEST


June 2023
Official labelling

Recommended for funding by Xecs


September 2023
National funding decision

For more information go to Xec's homepage .




Contacts in Innovation Fund Denmark:

Jens Peter Vittrup, International Investment Officer
+45 6190 5023

Important information

General eligibility criteria and conditions for receiving project funding from Innovation Fund Denmark (IFD) will apply. Read about the Danish Rules and Guidelines for international projects.

Be sure to check out required documents for applications for the International programme here.

The global perspective is vital to a country like Denmark with an open economy, clear positions of strength, and a culture of international ties and trade. International collaboration is a key element in constantly developing and strenghtening Danish research and innovation.

Innovation Fund Denmark offers 4 entries to International Collaborations:

  • The national Grand Solutions programme, where foreign partners can be invited to participate
  • Strategic thematic programmes within Horizon 2020, Nordic cooperation, EUREKA and GlobalStars
  • Eurostars for research intensive SME’s
  • Bilateral cooperation with countries outside Europe