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1 FP7 – Summary FP7 School of Informatics, LFCS Gordon Marshall Research Support Advisor Tel: Angela Noble Senior European Funding Advisor Tel:

2 FP7 – Summary FP7 Co-operation programme How to get involved Ideas (European Research Council) Marie Curie Actions Overview

3 FP7 – Summary European Commission’s funding programme for R&D 10 themes, health to environment and transport Total budget of €50.5B for 7 years Designed to enhance competitiveness of Europe through collaborative research and supporting activity Framework Programme 7 (FP7)

4 FP7 – Summary Health Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Information and Communication Technologies Energy Environment (including Climate Change) Transport Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies Security and Space Research Infrastructures Research for the Benefit Of SMEs Regions of Knowledge Research Potential Science in Society Activities of International Co-operation Coherent Development of Policies Initial Training of Researchers Lifelong Learning and Career Development Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways The International Dimension Specific Actions Starting Independent Researcher Grants Advanced Investigator Grants Co-operation Ideas – European Research Council (ERC) Capacities People – Marie Curie

5 FP7 – Summary Co-operation

6 FP7 – Summary Research and demonstration Collaborative Cost sharing (no profit) Commission defined priorities Innovative European impact Key aspects

7 FP7 – Summary Developing new contacts, networks and opportunities Discovering new ideas and solutions Learning from experiences of others Access to facilities and knowledge Prestige and profile Career development for employees Benefits of participation

8 FP7 – Summary Improve the competitiveness of European industry. Enable Europe to master and shape future developments in ICT. Meet the demands of European society and economy. Strengthen Europe’s scientific and technology base, ensuring its global leadership in ICT. Help to reduce the digital divide and social exlusion. ICT Theme Objectives

9 FP7 – Summary Cognitive systems and robotics Technologies for Digital Content and Languages Digital Preservation ICT for Health, Ageing Well, Inclusion and Governance Virtual Physiological Human ICT for Learning and Access to Cultural Resources ICT for access to cultural resources Future and Emerging Technologies FET Proactive 2012 Call 9 overview

10 FP7 – Summary 5.2 Virtual Physiological Human – Patient-specific predictive computer- based models and simulation Key points : Either IP or STREP (IP average budget €10M, STREP average budget €2M) One or more proposals will be selected single-stage call FP7-ICT = 17 April 2012 Focus : Integrating medical, biological and environmental data. Enabling the development of predictive models and simulation for understanding the evolution and progression of major diseases. Accelerated developments of medical knowledge discovery and management through exploration of environmental factors in predictive models of diseases. Challenge 5: ICT for Health, Ageing Well, Inclusion and Governance

11 FP7 – Summary 8.2 ICT for access to cultural resources – Technologies for creating personalised and engaging digital cultural experiences Key points : Either IP or STREP (IP average budget €10M, STREP average budget €2M) One or more proposals will be selected single-stage call FP7-ICT = 17 April 2012 Focus : Address adaptability of systems for personalised interaction with users. Improve user engagement with cultural resources (e.g. context-aware artefacts, enhanced interfaces – with features such as story-telling, gaming and learning). Affordability and widespread availability to a wider range of users. Challenge 8: ICT for Learning and Access to Cultural Resources

12 FP7 – Summary Joint Technology Initiatives (JTI) ENIAC JTI in nanoelectronics on industrial application-driven developments for next generation technologies. ARTEMIS JTI developing industrial platforms for embedded systems responding to industry requirements. Ambient Assisted Living – market-oriented R&D on solutions for ageing-well. Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) Energy Efficient Buildings; Factories of the Future; Green Cars Cooperation; Marie Curie; Ideas Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) Other ICT related EU funding sources

13 FP7 – Summary Consortium Application Activities Decision (via EC or Coord) Negotiation Project Start Preparation of Grant Agreement Authorisation Project Account Staff Recruitment ESR Grant Agreement Consortium Agreement BudgetRanking Consortium Agreement Final Work Programme Application to Award Process

14 FP7 – Summary Do you need to control the project? What excellence do you have to offer? Do the timescales fit for you? Who needs and complements it? Do you know existing participants? Newcomers to FP

15 FP7 – Summary Become an evaluator Attend ICT related conferences and workshops Visit EC project officers in Brussels Hold workshops in Brussels EC Advisory Groups How to get involved

16 FP7 – Summary FP7 Information Days Work Programme Topic Funding scheme Deadline Proposal summary to EC/NCP Activities Partners Electronic Submission Next Steps

17 FP7 – Summary Ideas - European Research Council

18 FP7 – Summary Investigator-driven frontier research Stimulate research excellence Best, creative scientists, scholars and engineers Beyond established frontiers of knowledge and boundaries of disciplines Guiding principles

19 FP7 – Summary Boost excellent researchers in independent careers Support for researchers at a critical stage of either starting or consolidating their own independent team or programme Also, new research activity from PIs moving from third countries Starting Grants (1)

20 FP7 – Summary €1.5M per project over 5 years At least 2 and up to 12 years since first PhD At least 1 important publication without supervision 2-stage application (submitted at stage 1) Interview Starting Grants (2)

21 FP7 – Summary Ground-breaking, high-risk research Established scientists and scholars to pursue frontier research New productive lines of enquiry, methods and techniques Advanced Grants (1)

22 FP7 – Summary €2.5M per project over 5 years Co-I no longer possible 10 year track record 2-stage application (submitted at stage 1) No interview Advanced Grants (2)

23 FP7 – Summary  Group of Principal Investigators  Complementary skills, knowledge and resources  Jointly address research problems  Interdisciplinary  €15M for up to 6 years  Min 2 and max 4 PIs  Single submission with 2-step evaluation Synergy Grants

24 FP7 – Summary People - Marie Curie

25 FP7 – Summary Human resource development in R&D in Europe Numerous, well-trained, motivated researchers Attract students to research careers Skills and sustainable career development Bottom-up Guiding principles

26 FP7 – Summary Individual fellowships Intra-European Fellowships Outgoing International fellowships International Incoming fellowship Career Integration Grants Industry/Research Institutions Initial Training Networks Multi-ITNs Innovative Doctoral Programmes European Industrial Doctorates Types of grant

27 FP7 – Summary Aimed at ‘experienced researchers’ Researchers must be based in EU, must move from one EU country to another Project duration months Resuming a career in research Attaining or strengthening professional independence Skills diversification Intra-European Fellowships (IEF)

28 FP7 – Summary Must be a national of an EU member state of Associated country Project duration months a total of which (12-24 months) is spent in a third country with a mandatory return phase Acquiring new knowledge in third country – bringing it back to EU Contract is between European host and the Commission International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF)

29 FP7 – Summary Open to researchers who are based in third countries Project duration is 12 to 24 months Optional reintegration phase for nationals of International cooperation partner countries Knowledge-sharing Mutually-beneficial research co-operation International Incoming Fellowships (IIF)

30 FP7 – Summary Gordon Marshall Research Support Advisor Tel: FP7: The Application Process & University Support

31 FP7 – Summary Application Processing The Application Process Support at Edinburgh External Support Contacts Questions

32 FP7 – Summary The Application Process Call specific – check guide for applicant Varies – some calls have two stages others just one! Start early as possible and set a realistic start date – 12 months is usually enough. Application – Negotiation (GPF/recosting) – Award (CA/ GA/ GA accession form – Annex 1 – Finance pack Who submits? The co-ordinator of the project presses the submit button rather than ERI.

33 FP7 – Summary Funding opportunities and tailored seminars How to get involved Proposal preparation European Application Fund Negotiation stage Post-award Edinburgh

34 FP7 – Summary UKRO Annual Visits Events on proposal writing, management NCP for ERC and Marie Curie NCPs and EC General guidance on call topics Review abstracts External Support

35 FP7 – Summary Angela Noble – Senior European Funding Advisor Gordon Marshall – Research Support Advisor Roshni Abedin - Research Support Assistant Janet Taylor - European Funding Advisor Contacts

36 FP7 – Summary Any Questions?


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