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Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © 20. ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 Horizon 2020 = the new EU programe for Research & Innovation Started 01/01/2014 for 7 years 78.6 billion € Collaborative projects with European dimension Funding 70 to 100% of eligible project costs 1
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Marie S. Curie actions Frontier Research Health Food, agriculture, maritime & bioeconomy Energy Climate action / environment Transport Inclusive society Secure society Nanotechnologies, advanced materials and processing ICT Space Access to risk finance & SMEs
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © 20. ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 Questions o Can ERPA be a coordinator? If not, should ERPA members be favorized as coordinators/partners? How to do it? 3
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © SME only, innovation “champion’s league”, high growth Single company support (+ collaboration), 70% EC funding ERPA Project – Horizon 2020: Phases
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © Objectives o Reduce time from idea to market o Increase participation of industry, first-time applicants, SMEs o Stimulate private sector investment in R&I ERPA Project – Horizon 2020: Pilot in 2015
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © Key features o Bottom-up logic, one common call, permanently open, 3 cut-offs per year, time-to-grant 6 months o Innovation actions (70%) — grant up to €3 mn o Consortia max. 5 — mandatory industry involvement o Impact criterion has higher weighting in evaluations o Budget 200 million € in 2015/2016 — ca. 100 projects expected with average EU contribution of 2 million € o Future of pilot decided after full evaluation ERPA Project – Horizon 2020: Pilot in 2015
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © Portal for finding all funding areas ERPA Project – Horizon 2020
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © Animal testing – finding non animal testing alternatives o Emphasis on market driven approach : exploitation of R&D results to commercialize new innovations tools and products o Development of new computational modelling to replace animal testing and increase the efficiency of research, by predicting better the toxicity of cosmetics than trial animal tests ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 – Cosmetics Projects (e.g.)
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © Horizon 2020 Nanotechnologies topic “Increasing the capacity to perform nano-safety assessment” o Innovative solutions cutting across research and technological fields with a strong innovation and market driven approach to develop mechanism-based understanding of toxicity Horizon 2020 Personalising Health & Care “New approaches to improve predictive human safety testing” ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 – Cosmetics Projects (e.g.)
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © Personnalising health and care o Topic: New approaches to improve predictive human safety testing o Specific challenge: Current approaches assessing the safety of chemical substances in humans are expensive and time consuming, and may be of limited relevance as a predictor of adverse effects. Better approaches are needed both to improve the efficiency of predictive toxicological testing to address key areas of concern for human health and to meet regulatory requirements. Safety testing is of worldwide concern and therefore international cooperation may be an important element in addressing the challenge. o Details: 2- stage call for proposals with following deadlines: (stage 1) & (stage 2) o Requirements: involvement of research communities, SMEs, industry and regulatory agencies, international cooperation (USA) o Budget: 10-15Million Euros o Follow up of NOTOX project (Cosmectics Europe co funder) ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 – Cosmetics Projects (e.g.)
Version 5, Revised on ERPA 2014 © 3rd HEALTH PROGRAMME ( ) The program has 4 overarching objectives. It seeks to: o Promote health, prevent diseases and foster supportive environments for healthy lifestyles taking into account the 'health in all policies' principle, o Protect Union citizens from serious cross-border health threats, o Contribute to innovative, efficient and sustainable health systems, o Facilitate access to better and safer healthcare for Union citizens. Annual Workplan 2014 budget of € 54, 4 million Info day presentations: hp_en.pdf Details: Grants with a co-funding of 60% eligible costs by EC, deadline for the calls on 25 th September ERPA Project – Horizon 2020 – Cosmetics Projects (e.g.)
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