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1 Enheten för europaprogrammen Johan Lindberg 08-454 64 53

2 Europaprogrammen / VINNOVA Sedan 2006 enhet under VINNOVAs internationella avdelning. Samlad NCP (national contact point) organisation – EU-kommissionens förlängda arm för information och rådgivning om ramprogrammet för forskning och utveckling. – Namngivna kontaktpersoner för alla områden i ramprogrammet. – Får löpande information, utbildning m.m. av EU-kommissionen – NCP-organisationer finns i varje EU-land och är nationellt finansierade och organiserade. Nätverk i Europa. Primär målgrupp: Svenska forskare, företag, universitet och vidareförmedlare (t ex EU-handläggare). Kontor i Stockholm (Mäster Samuelsgatan) och i Bryssel. 12 personer, 10 i Stockholm och 2 i Bryssel.


4 Absoluta krav på ett EU-projekt (nästan i alla fall) Internationellt samarbetsprojekt – Små EU-projekt är 6-12 organisationer från 5-10 länder – Stora är 25-30 organisationer från 15-20 länder Delfinansiering – The commission may fund up to 100 % of … – Räkna med 50-70 % i ersättning Långa ledtider – Minst ett år från ide till kick-off Topp-styrd process – Problemställningar beskrivna i s.k. arbetsprogram

5 The documents for the framework programmes Framework Programme Rules for participation Specific programmes Model contracts Work programmes Information packs, Guide for Proposers Evaluation Manual,... consultation Co-decision Commission decision Committee opinion Commission decision Committee opinion Commission decision committee opinion

6 Specific Programmes Cooperation – Collaborative research People – Human Potential JRC (nuclear) Ideas – Frontier Research Capacities – Research Capacity JRC (non-nuclear) Euratom + FP7 2007 - 2013

7 10 Thematic Priorities 1. Health 2. Food, agriculture and biotechnology 3. Information and communication technologies 4. Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies 5. Energy 6. Environment (including climate change) 7. Transport (including aeronautics) 8. Socio-economic sciences and the humanities 9. Space 10. Security (11. Euratom: Fusion, fission and radiation protection) Cooperation – Collaborative research

8 FP7: Cooperation - ICT ICT for trust and confidence: – identity management; authentication and authorization – privacy enhancing technologies – rights and asset management – protection against cyber threats ICT meeting societal challenges – In support of the environment and sustainable development (Risk and emergency management)

9 FP7: Cooperation - Environment Climate change, pollution and risks – Natural hazards Earth observation and assessment tools

10 FP7: Space Space-based applications at the service of the European Society – GMES – Global Monitoring for Environment & Security

11 FP7: Security research 4 main missions Security of citizens – Protection against terrorism & crime – Technology solutions for threat awareness (e.g. CBRN) – Detection, prevention, identification, protection, neutralisation and containment of effects of terrorism & crime Security of infrastructures and utilities – analysing& & securing existing & future infrastructures, systems and services Intelligent surveillance and border security – Technologies & capabilities to enhance security of land & coastal boarders, including border control & surveillance issues Restoring security and safety in case of crisis – Technologies to support emergency management operations, interorganisational coordination & communication, distributed architectures & human factors

12 Fp7: Security research 3 cross-cutting areas Security Systems Integration, interconnectivity & Interoperability – Technologies to enhance interoperability of systems, equipment, services & processes – Organisation, protection of confidentiality & integrity of information, traceability of transactions, processing Security and Society – Socio economic aspects related to crime, perception of security, ethics, privacy, societal foresight – Safeguarding privacy & liberties, vulnerabilities, new threats, management & impact assessment of consequences Security Research Coordination & Structuring – Coordination of security research efforts, development of synergies (civil/security/defence), legal conditions, use of infrastructures

13 Tentative schedule for Security Calls 22 December 2006Security Research Call 1 30 Augusti 2007 Coordinated Call ICT & SEC 2008 - 2012Annual Security Research Calls opening in June Possibly further coordinated calls

14 Tentative timing of Call 1 22 Dec. 2006Launching 1st call 31 May 2007Closing 1st call May/June 2007Evaluation July/Aug 2007Commission funding decision Sept. 2007Start negotiations December 20071st set of grant agreements signed (2007 payment budget) Summer 20082nd set of grant agreements signed (2008 payment budget)

15 Tentative timing of joint call 30 Aug. 2006Launching joint call 29 Nov. 2007Closing joint call Dec/Jan 2008Evaluation Feb/Mar 2008Commission funding decision Apr. 2008Start negotiations

16 Draft Content Call 1: Security of Citizens AreaFunctionTopic Demon- stration projects Integration projects SEC-1.2.1 Intelligent urban environment observation system SEC-1.2.2 Integrated mobile security kit Capability projects A: Risk assessment, modelling & impact reduction SEC-2007-1.3-6 Secure strategic information management system D: Detection, identification & authentication SEC-1.3.1 Stand off scanning and detection of hidden dangerous materials and/or stowaways, fast and reliable alerting and specification SEC-1.3.2 Improved control of explosives throughout their “lifecycle” E: Positioning & localisation SEC-1.3.3 Localisation and tracking of components of substance production SEC-1.3.4 Observation through water, metal, ground etc F: Situation awareness & assessment (surveillance) SEC-1.3.5 Water distribution surveillance

17 Draft Content Call 1: Security of Infrastructures and utilities AreaFunctionTopic Demon- stration projects SEC-2.1.1. Security of critical infrastructures related to mass transportation Integratio n projects SEC-2.2.1 Integrated protection of rail transportation Capability projects A: Risk assessment, modelling & impact reduction D: Detection, identification & authentication SEC-2.3.1 Detection of unattended goods and of owner SEC-2.3.2 Detection of abnormal behaviour of vehicles & threats, both in wide and small land areas SEC-2.3.3 Detection of abnormal behaviour F: Situation awareness & assessment (surveillance) SEC-2.3.4 Small area 24 hours surveillance

18 Draft Content Call 1: Intelligent surveillance and border security AreaFunctionTopic Demon- stration projects SEC-3.1.1. Integrated border management system Integratio n projects SEC-3.2.1 Main port security system (including containers) SEC-3.2.3 Unregulated land borders surveillance system SEC-3.2.4 Integrated check points security Capability projects D: Detection, identification & authentication SEC-3.3.1 AIR 3D detection of manned and unmanned platforms F: Situation awareness & assessment (surveillance) SEC-3.3.2 Surveillance in wide maritime areas through active and passive means I: Communication SEC-3.3.3 Solutions for ensuring end-to-end communication availability, relying on physical and logical technologies, on diversity of hybrid systems

19 Draft Content Call 1: Restoring security and safety in case of crisis AreaFunctionTopic Demon- stration projects Integratio n projects SEC-4.2.1 Network enabled command and control systems SEC-4.2.2 Integrated specialist search and rescue system SEC-4.2.3 Post incident basic service restoration system SEC-4.2.4 Wireless communication for EU crisis management Capability projects F: Situation awareness & assessment (surveillance) SEC-4.3.1 Developing a common operational picture between regional and national authorities, first responders etc. J: Command & control SEC-4.3.2 Intelligent decision support K: Incident response SEC-4.3.3 Personal equipment SEC-4.3.4 Neutralization of devices/effects

20 Draft Content Call 1: Security and Society AreaTopic Citizens and SocietySEC-6.1.1 Understanding factors that cause citizens’ feeling of insecurity and security SEC-6.1.2 Human behaviour before, during and after crisis situations to understand how people react to threat alerts and security instructions SEC-6.1.3 Communication strategies of public authorities (including media strategies) before, during and after crises concerning risks, security threats and measures Understanding organisational structures and cultures of public users SEC-6.2.1 Behavioural, organisational and cultural issues to understand public user needs including those for joint European action SEC-6.2.2 Inventories of existing national resources, institutional mandates and practices across relevant sectors Foresight, scenarios and security as an evolving concept SEC-6.3.1 Research in broad societal foresight to capture new and emerging threats as well as other aspects of security as an evolving concept (e.g. ethical and economic aspects) SEC-6.3.2 Research on rigorous methodologies for assessment of security investments and trade-off between security and other societal objectives (e.g. privacy and social cohesion) Security EconomicsSEC-6.4.1 Research survey on the emerging field of European security economics research to provide an analytical framework for complementary research SEC-6.4.2 European Security Indicator: methodological research to provide a few select indicators of security and security policy in Europe measuring the effects of both insecurity and security policies on the economy SEC-6.4.3 Public finance: Studying the scale, function and roles of various types of government security spending across Europe and time. Ethics and justice SEC-6.5.1 How to take the necessary measures to ensure the security of citizens while respecting the civic rights and how this is implemented in practice, particularly addressing the issue of privacy and security SEC-6.5.2 Ethical implications of the continuum of internal and external security

21 Draft Content Call 1: Security research coordination and structuring AreaTopic SEC-7.1.1 Technology Watch SEC-7.1.2 European Security Research Network, incl. for Standardisation SEC-7.1.3 Network of facilities for test and validation of security related products SEC-7.1.4 Transparency and networking amongst Member States and associated countries SEC-7.1.5 Supply chains and market integration SEC-7.0.6 Transnational cooperation among NCPs

22 Draft Content Joint-Call ICT-Security: Security Systems Integration, interconnectivity and interoperability AreaTopic Resilient networks ICT-SEC-2007.1.7 Technology building blocks for creating, monitoring and managing secure, resilient and always available information infrastructures that link critical infrastructures* SEC-5.4.1 Modelling and simulation for training SEC-5.4.2 Contingency planning for interconnected transport or energy networks ICT-SEC-2007-1.0-03 Optimised situational awareness through intelligent surveillance of interconnected transport or energy infrastructures ICT-SEC-2007-1.0-04 ICT support for first responders in crises occurring in critical infrastructures

23 PASR – Preparatory Action for Security Research Tre-årigt program, 2004-2006 Förberedande inför FP7 Tre utlysningar, 23 projekt, 17 stödåtgärder finansierade Detaljer om alla PASR-04 & 05 finansierade projekt: – le_2006-03-13_en.htm

24 PASR priority missions 1. Optimising security and protection of networked systems. 2. Protecting against terrorism (including bio-terrorism and incidents with explosives biological, chemical and other substances). 3. Enhancing crisis management (including evacuation, search and rescue operations, control and remediation). 4. Achieving interoperability and integration of systems for information and communication. 5. Improving situation awareness (e.g. in crisis management, anti- terrorism activities, or border control).

25 Outcome PASR-04 Received: 179 proposals, of which 173 are eligible – 50 supporting activities (SA) – 123 projects (PR) Results after evaluation: 87 proposals above thresholds, 12 retained for negotiation (7 PR + 5 SA)

26 Outcome PASR-05 Received: 159 proposals of which 156 are eligible – 36 supporting activities (SA) – 120 projects (PR) Results after evaluation: 13 retained for negotiation (8 PR + 5 SA)

27 Outcome PASR-06 Received: 170 proposals of which 165 are eligible – 44 supporting activities (SA) – 121 projects (PR) Results after evaluation: 15 retained for negotiation (8 PR + 7 SA) Signature of all grant agreements before end of 2006

28 Kort om SRC-06 Två dagars konferens i Wien, februari 2006 Över 1000 registrerade deltagare Dag 1: High level, policy, future-oriented Dag 2: PASR-06 Call for proposals SRC-07, Berlin, 26-27 Mars 2007 –

29 SRC-06, PASR Bokerage Event >70 personer som presenterade projektidéer – Ett flertal personer presenterade flera idéer – Flera projektpresentationer var ’misslyckade’ PASR 04/05 ansökningar – Crisis management och Protection of Critical Infrastructures klart överrepresenterat – Samtliga förslag/kontaktpersoner publiceras på nätet Dock utan någon som helst ’pre-screening’ från kommissionen 6_brokerage.htm

30 DG JLS (Justice, Liberty & Security) Two programmes of interest: Prevention, preparedness and consequence management of terrorism and other security related risks – EPCIP – European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection Prevention of and fight against crime

31 Ta kontakt! Om ni… vill diskutera projektidé har frågor/stöter på problem relaterade till FP7 söker information om arbetsprogram etc söker samarbetspartner i Europa vill boka en NCP-rådgivning/presentation … håll er informerade via … nyhetsbrev på

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