Cooperation with Korea is a priority for the EU and there is strong potential to work for mutual benefit in a wide range of areas.
Long-standing common priority areas of intensify cooperation:
- Internet of Things
- cloud and articifial intelligence
- nanoelectronics and nanosafety
- clean energy innovation
- infectious diseases
- epigenome research
- satellite navigation etc
New areas of mutual benefit are:
- antimicrobial resistance
- automated driving systems
- disaster-resilience and security,
- polar research etc
Cooperation under researcher mobility schemes such as European Research Council and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions is also a priority.