What is the outcome of a Joint Programme
The EERA Joint Programmes define key priorities in Europe for the different research areas. These priorities provide an important reference point for the EU research agenda and national priorities. Projects that are part of an EERA Joint Programme can communicate their results directly to the European research community. This ensures better coordination between on going and future projects.
The EERA JPs also produce high quality scientific reports and participants gather regularly for workshops and meetings to ensure a continuous exchange of knowledge.