On Tuesday November 1st 2016, the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology hosted the EURAXESS European Research Day 2016 sponsored by the European Commission and the National Science Foundation. The day was filled with talks and presentations regarding European funding and collaboration on research opportunities with universities in North America. Proceedings began with opening remarks from Dr. Yves Berthelot, Vice Provost for International Initiatives at Georgia Tech, and Dr. Alasdair Young, Professor of International Affairs at Georgia Tech. Next was Dr. Mary Kavanagh, Minister-Counselor of Research & Innovation at the Delegation of the EU to the US, who outlined Horizon 2020 Program. The Horizon 2020 Program is designed to grant funding to non-European universities for research in order to foster a new level of cooperation and partnership in various research fields. Ms. Viktoria Bodnarova, the representative for EURAXESS Links North America, delivered remarks about the available Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions & European Research Council Grants. Next on the agenda was Dr. Graham Harrison, International Science & Engineering from the National Science Foundation, who spoke about the NSF support for the program and international cooperation and how these new programs benefit global academic research. The last speaker of the even was Dr. Kenneth Knappenberger, Jr., Associate Professor at Florida State University, shared his experience on expanding his scholarship through US-European research collaboration. The presentations are available here.