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1 HORIZON 2020 STRATEGIC PROGRAMME WORK PROGRAMMES ERRIN March 2013

2 defined on the basis of key drivers provides focus points for the first work programmes developed into a full set of funding opportunities Key drivers Priorities* Horizon2020 Focus areas Measures highlights the main features of the rollout of Horizon 2020 and guides its implementation over the first three years complements the direct research activities provides scientific support to Commission policy. The Strategic Programme Horizon 2020: Strategic directions for

3 Twelve Focus areas The Strategic Programme Personalising health and care Sustainable food security Blue growth: unlocking the potential of the oceans Smart cities and communities Competitive low-carbon energy Energy Efficiency Mobility for growth Waste Water innovation: boosting its value for Europe Overcoming the crisis Disaster-resilience Digital security

4 Horizon 2020 Strategic programming (SP) will ensure a coherent and evidence-based approach SP adds value and maximises impact: – Responds to new developments – Covers the full research and innovation cycle – Contributes to European policy e.g. EU2020 Strategy and Innovation Union flagship…

5 Priorities Key priority = exit the crisis by boosting competitiveness, creating jobs and supporting growth by: – Focusing resources around 12 areas of high growth and innovation potential – Bringing forward key measures in Key Enabling Technologies (KETs), assuring access to finance and supporting innovative SMEs – Launching PPPs Public private partnerships art 187 Public public partnerships art 185 – Launching measures to overcome the innovation divide via Structural Funds

6 Key drivers – see following slides Focusing on societal challenges with high potential for sustainable competitiveness, innovation and growth Using dedicated measures to leverage and boost industry/SME engagement Access to finance Developing new knowledge and contributing to skills Boosting deployment of KETs Tackling the research and innovation divide Supporting strong partnerships with Member States Strategic approach to international cooperation

7 Societal challenges: focus areas Build scale and critical mass Exploit existing research and innovation Cross-cutting Involve both societal challenges and KETs Support the innovation chain – research> development> proof of concept> piloting> demonstration projects… Make use of a variety of funding schemes Integrate different perspectives – Social science and humanities, gender…

8 Societal challenges: supporting innovation Support for activities close to end user and markets Support for pre-commercial and first commercial public procurement and standard setting Inducement prizes (possible Capital of Innovation) Piloting new forms and sources of innovation focusing on public sector and social innovation

9 PPPs Public Private Partnerships Joint Undertakings established in FP7 under Article 187 of the Treaty, for which further support may be provided under the above conditions are: the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), Clean Sky, Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR), Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH), and Embedded computing systems (ARTEMIS) and Nanoelectronics (ENIAC). The latter two may be combined into a single initiative.

10 PPPs Specific Programme text Other public-private partnerships supported under FP7 for which further support may be provided under the above conditions are: Factories of the Future, Energy- efficient Buildings, European Green Vehicles Initiative, Future Internet. Further public-private partnerships may be launched under Horizon 2020 where they meet the defined criteria. This may include partnerships on Information and Communication Technologies in the areas of Photonics and Robotics, on sustainable process industries (SPIRE), on bio-based industries and on security technologies for maritime border surveillance.

11 Article 185 Four initiatives identified in the FP7 Specific Programmes AAL - a joint research programme on 'Ambient Assisted Living'; Bonus - a joint research programme in the field of Baltic Sea research; EMRP - a joint research programme in the field of Metrology (the science of measurement) Eurostars - a joint research programme for research-performing SMEs and their partners.

12 European Innovation Partnerships Healthy Ageing, Water, Smart Cities, and Raw materials, Agricultural sustainability and productivity union/index_en.cfm?pg=eip union/index_en.cfm?pg=eip

13 Joint programming Alzheimer and other Neurodegenerative Diseases (JPND) Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (FACCE) A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life Cultural Heritage and Global Change: A New Challenge for Europe Urban Europe - Global Urban Challenges, Joint European Solutions Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe (CliK'EU) More Years, Better Lives - The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change Antimicrobial Resistance- The Microbial Challenge - An Emerging Threat to Human Health Water Challenges for a Changing World Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans

14 EIT- new KICs > 2014 Food4future - sustainable supply chain from resources to consumers Innovation for healthy living and active ageing Raw materials – sustainable exploration, extraction, processing, recycling and substitution Added-value manufacturing Urban mobility Smart secure societies ???

15 European Technology Platforms Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research in Europe (ACARE) Advanced Research and Technology for Embedded Intelligence and Systems (ARTEMIS) European Biofuels Technology Platform (EBTP European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP) Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology Platform (eMobility) European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council (ENIAC) European Platform on Smart Systems Integration (EPoSS) European Rail Research Advisory Council (ERRAC) European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) European Steel Technology Platform (ESTEP) European Space Technology Platform (ESTP) European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety (ETPIS) Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies (EuMat) European Technology Platform on Robotics (EUROP) Food for Life (Food) Future Textiles and Clothing (FTC) Forest-based Sector Technology Platform (FTP) 1European Technology Platform for Global Animal Health (GAH) Integral Satcom Initiative Technology Platform (ISI) Future Manufacturing Technologies (Manufuture) Nanotechnologies for Medical Applications (Nanomedicine) Networked and Electronic Media (NEM) Networked European Software and Services Initiative (NESSI) Plants for the Future (PLANTS) European Technology Platform for Photonics (Photonics21) European Photovoltaic Technology Platform European Technology Platform for Electricity Networks of the Future (SmartGrids) European Platform on Sustainable Mineral Resources (ETP SMR) Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNE-TP) European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry (SusChem) European Wind Energy Technology Platform (TPWind) European Technology Platform Waterborne Water Supply and Sanitation European Technology Platform (WSSTP) Zero Emission Fossil Fuel Power Plants (ZEP)

16 Engaging industry and SMEs 1 Partnership PPPs – JTIs Clean sky; Fuel cells and hydrogen; Air traffic management (SESAR); innovative medicines; Bio-based industries; electronic components and systems; – Contractual PPPs = energy efficient buildings; Green Vehicles; Factories of the Future and Future and sustainable process industries (SPIRE); Robotics, Photonics and Future Internet European Innovation Partnerships – Healthy ageing, water, smart cities, sustainable agriculture… European Technology Platforms

17 Engaging industry and SMEs 2 SMEs – 20% resource allocation across societal challenges and industrial technologies – Dedicated SME instrument to address needs of innovative SMEs Coaching services – Eurostars – Enterprise Europe Network

18 Access to finance Risk finance for R&I – equity financing facility Reinforcing the European Research Area Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions – Industry-academic secondments Future and Emerging Technologies – Flagships addressing grand science and technology challenges Research infrastructure – ESFRI

19 Developing new knowledge and skills Reinforcing the European Research Area Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions – Industry-academic secondments Future and Emerging Technologies – Flagships addressing grand science and technology challenges Research infrastructure – ESFRI Supporting e-infrastructures

20 KETs Supporting R&I in the KETs: micro and nano electronics, photonics, nanotechnologies, advanced materials, biotechnology, advanced manufacturing and space Support for large scale pilot lines and demonstrator projects ICT Space (Galileo and GMES/Copernicus)

21 Closing the innovation divide Initial emphasis will be to support Member States and regions in the effective implementation of the new R&I Policy support to MS and regions on R&I policy design and innovation ERA Chairs Teaming – creating centres of excellence Twinning – Structured exchange between institutions and upgrading knowledge in a particular field

22 Strong partnerships with MS Member States control biggest percentage of research and innovation budgets Need to avoid unnecessary duplication PPPs – Clinical trials EDCTP – Eurostars – Metrology research EMRP – Baltic Sea programme BONUS Marie Sklowdowska-Curie Joint Programming

23 International cooperation Opening up work programmes Targeted international cooperation – Multi-annual roadmaps

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26 Twelve Focus areas The Strategic Programme Personalising health and care Sustainable food security Blue growth: unlocking the potential of the oceans Smart cities and communities Competitive low-carbon energy Energy Efficiency Mobility for growth Waste Water innovation: boosting its value for Europe Overcoming the crisis Disaster-resilience Digital security

27 This focus area will support research and innovation throughout the health and care chain by promoting the development of personalised diagnostics, drugs and other interventions by improving health and care delivery through measures including evidence based integrated and self-care by promoting population health interventions. through the Innovative Medicines Initiative bringing together > academia, > small businesses and the > research based pharmaceutical industry through the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme bringing together > academia, > small businesses and the > research based pharmaceutical industry through direct support to small businesses or other forms of co-operative research Personalising health and care Focus areas The Strategic Programme

28 This focus area will develop competitive and resource- efficient aquatic and terrestrial food production systems covering: eco-intensification of production; sustainable management of natural resources; technologies for a sustainable food chain; safe foods and healthy diets for all; and a global food security system. Sustainable food security Focus areas The Strategic Programme Actions in this area will support the Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe, the European Innovation Partnership, the European Consumer Agenda and the integrated EU approach to contribute to reducing ill health due to poor nutrition, overweight and obesity.

29 This focus ares addresses the overall challenge through five cross-cutting priority domains supporting the Blue Growth Agenda: valorising the diversity of marine life; sustainable harvesting the deep-sea resources; new offshore challenge; ocean observation technologies; and the socioeconomic dimension Blue growth: unlocking the potential of the oceans Focus areas The Strategic Programme Actions in this area will support the EU Blue Growth Strategy and relevant EU policies as well as provide in particular for transatlantic cooperation.

30 This focus area > will coordinate the development and technological validation of smart cities technologies, > will result in commercial-scale solutions with a high market potential in areas such as: energy efficient and smart buildings and neighbourhoods; smart digital services for better-informed citizens; identification, optimisation and integration of flows; smart and sustainable digital infrastructures; smart and sustainable energy systems and smart mobility services. Smart cities and communities Focus areas The Strategic Programme This focus area and the EIP will develop a strong pipeline of long-term sustainable urban solutions

31 This area aims to develop and put on the market affordable and efficient solutions to decarbonise the energy system, secure energy supply and to complete the energy internal market. This area will focus on: a smart European electricity grid; alternative fuels and technologies; competitive low carbon electricity. Competitive low-carbon energy Focus areas The Strategic Programme Actions in this area will support the European Strategic Technology Strategy Plan; Energy Roadmap 2050; and Low Carbon Economy Roadmap.

32 This focus area will include actions in industry and buildings including market uptake measures, and will focus on a smart European electricity grid; alternative fuels and technologies; competitive low carbon electricity. Energy Efficiency Focus areas The Strategic Programme. Actions in this area will support the European Strategic Technology Strategy Plan; Energy Roadmap 2050; and Low Carbon Economy Roadmap

33 Transport is on the brink of a new era of "smart mobility". In order to boost its efficiency at system-level, this focus area will support: targeted efforts to develop and validate new solutions that can be rapidly deployed, notably on corridors and in urban areas Research and innovation on equipment and systems for vehicles, aircraft and vessels Research and innovation on smart infrastructure solutions, based also on GNSS applications Mobility for growth Focus areas The Strategic Programme Actions in this area will support the EU Road Map to a Single European Transport Area, the EU approach to research and innovation for Europe's future mobility; the review of the Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution; and the EU Low Carbon Economy Roadmap.

34 This focus area therefore aims > to boost the development of innovative, environmentally friendly and cross-sectoral waste management solutions, > to build a better understanding of environmental impact of human activities, and > to seize new and significant market opportunities by positioning Europe as a global market leader in related innovation and technology Waste Focus areas The Strategic Programme Activities will therefore address the whole production and consumption cycle, from waste prevention and the design of products and processes to waste disposal or re-use, including organisational, management and behavioural changes, and fostering business models that bring residual waste close to zero. Actions in this area will support the Europe 2020 Resource-efficient Europe Flagship, the Eco-innovation Action Plan, the Communication 'Innovating for sustainable growth: a bioeconomy for Europe', the Raw Material Initiativestrategy and the European Innovation Partnership on Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability.

35 The aim of this focus area is to seize the new and significant market opportunities by positioning Europe as a global market leader in water related innovation and technology. The activities will address: > innovative tools and methodologies for risk assessment, mitigation and adaptation strategies > eco-innovative, integrated and cross-sectoral solutions for water management such as: wastewater and drinking water treatment technologies; water reuse systems and closed water cycles in industry; enhanced desalination technologies; improved materials and process, behaviour and technologies to enhance water and energy use efficiency; appropriate management systems and strategies. Water innovation: boosting its value for Europe Focus areas The Strategic Programme Actions in this area will support the Europe 2020 Strategy, Resource-efficient Europe and the Environmental Action Programmed to 2020

36 This area will focus on socio-economic research on: the reform of the EU economic governance structure to better secure financial and economic stability; the social, political and cultural consequences of and responses to the crisis, such as higher unemployment and the widening of social disparities; understanding the evolution of the crisis: long-term structural problems and short-term crisis impact; and the impacts of broader global trends on the EU's economy and governance. Overcoming the crisis Focus areas The Strategic Programme Actions in this area will support the Europe 2020 Strategy, and the EU approach to a Deep and Genuine Economic and Monetary Union.

37 Disaster-resilience Focus areas The Strategic Programme This area will focus on developing technologies and running large- scale demonstration with a view to: strengthening prevention and preparedness against natural and man-made disasters by underpinning an all-hazard approach to risk assessment across the EU; developing solutions, for climate change adaptation in areas affected by natural disasters facilitating disaster management, notably through communication technologies for crisis response actors and the linking of situational awareness centres; building up community resilience and resilience of critical infrastructure, including against cybercrime and cyber-terrorism. Actions in this area will support the EU Internal Security Strategy and its Action Plan; the EU Security Industrial Policy; the EU Climate Adaptation Strategy, the EU's Civil Protection Mechanism and the European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection.

38 This focus area aims to develop solutions to protect the society and economy against accidental or man-made disruptions of the information and communication technologies they so much depend on. Through providing solutions for end-to-end secure ICT systems, services and applications; safeguarding the human right of privacy in the digital society; providing the incentives for the industry to supply secure ICT; stimulating the uptake of secure ICT. Digital security Focus areas The Strategic Programme Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection. Actions in this area will support the EU Internal Security Strategy and its Action Plan; the EU Security Industrial Policy; the EU Climate Adaptation Strategy, the EU's Civil Protection Mechanism and the European Cybersecurity Strategy.

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