The European Union makes enormous investments in R&D and Innovation projects. The total budget for the H2020 program alone is nearly €80 billion. How can we avoid re-inventing the wheel in new projects? How can we ensure that the results from these investments are being reused? In our society at large, in businesses, in future projects? In H2020, all proposers are asked to describe how they plan to ensure the sustainability of the results, but what do we actually mean by ‘sustainability’? And how can it be achieved?


Come join us on MONDAY 22nd October at 14:00 CEST to learn and discuss!


[Project] Sustainability 101

In this webinar you will be introduced to different concepts and perspectives on H2020 project sustainability. We also offer you a couple of success stories. What is your understanding of sustainability of H2020 projects? Do you have good examples of how to solve this challenge? Join us to learn and discuss!


Project Sustainability 101



Our very own expert from EuroConsult, Simon Seminary will introduce you to different concepts of project sustainability

Simon Seminari

SIMON SEMINARI | Position: Senior Consultant, EuroConsult | Experience: 7 years

As a Senior Consultant, Mr. Seminari works in Euroconsult’s consulting and research teams, contributing to the analysis of governments’ space policies and programs, with a focus on space programme management, public policy assessment, and socioeconomic impact assessments. Mr. Seminari also focuses on the Earth Observation field.

Simon is Project Manager for Euroconsult’s consulting missions related to the EU’s Research and Innovation framework programmes, including responsibility for the H2020-funded project NextGEOSS, which is working to develop and implement a next-generation Earth Observation data and services platform. He was also Project Manager for new emerging technology missions for the European GNSS Agency (GSA), as well as public space policy assessment missions for JAXA, the CSA, and other space agencies.

On the research side, Mr. Seminari was Chief Editor for the “Satellite Value Chain” research report, and a main contributor to Euroconsult’s flagship research report “Government Space Programs”, which provides an in-depth look at all global space activities and space missions performed by the world’s leading and emerging space-faring countries. He also contributes to other research reports, notably “Market Prospects for Satellite-based Earth Observation” and “Market Prospects for Small Satellites”.


Tomas Mildorf

TOMAS MILDORF | Chairman | Plan4All Association.

A project manager at the Department of Geomatics at the University of West Bohemia. Responsible for writing applications into H2020 and other funding schemes and coordinating projects at the department. An experienced manager of large EU projects with more than 15 partners (e.g. Plan4all or SDI4Apps) as well as an evaluator of EU projects. Traineeship at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Ispra (Italy) – Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Spatial Data Infrastructure Unit (2007-2008).

Tomáš works free-lance for several entities in the Czech Republic including SMEs and NGOs. He is specialised in transfer of research results into practice. Tomáš is often contracted by the European Commission to evaluate EU proposals.

Tomáš is the chairman of the Plan4all association (UWB is a founding member of Plan4all). He is a reviewer of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and an editorial board member of the International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era.