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1 dr. Siegler András igazgató Európai Bizottság Kutatási és Innovációs Főigazgatóság

2 Why are these calls important? Research and Innovation critical for stimulating growth and jobs in Europe Tackling the biggest societal challenges facing Europe EU research funding delivering the Innovation Union

3 Why are these calls important? Special attention on SMEs and exploiting research for innovation and growth Supporting the best researchers and innovators in Europe Smooth transition to Horizon 2020

4 FP7 2013 Work Programme Decided by the Commission on 9 July An investment in the future, with an €8.1 billion stimulus for growth and jobs Supporting Europe's best researchers and innovators Publication on 10 July 2012: 52 calls for proposals Deadline for applications from September 2012

5 WP2013 Budget key figures “growth and jobs” INPUT EU Research Budget €10,8 billion of which Work programme funding: €8,1 billion Cooperation themes €4,8 billion SMEs €1,2 billion ERC €1,75 billion Marie Skłodowska Curie €963 million RSFF-RSI €150 million OUTPUT Leverage €6billion in R&I public-private investment 210,000 increase in employment €75 billion GDP over 15 years Funding more than 1300 research projects, Generate more than 170 000 collaborative links among 15 500 participations worldwide Will fund more than 4 000 SME participations, 40% of them directly invloved in high- tech research areas such as ICT, Transport, Space, … Over 900 individual researchers funded Funding an estimated 14 800 fellows Up to €1billion in loans for SMEs and small Mid-Caps

6 Who is the target? All research actors in the EU and the Associated Countries: Universities Research organisations Public authorities Large industry SMEs Financial institutions

7 New special focus on key challenges (around €1.4 billion) Important for citizens, important for Europe: Oceans of tomorrow Water Raw materials Smart Cities Secure clean and efficient energy Improving delivery of Public Sector Services Brain research Anti-microbial resistance Bio Resource Efficiency

8 Special focus on SMEs More than 1.2 billion package - Cooperation: around €970 M allocated to the support of SMEs (includes €140 M for continuation of a pilot action dedicated to SMEs in Health) - Capacities: €252 M "Research for the benefit of SMEs" Risk-Sharing Finance Facility – Risk Sharing Instrument (RSFF - RSI) Cooperation: €150 million boost for RSI loan guarantee facility for SMEs / small mid-caps => leveraging €1 billion loans for R&I

9 Special focus on innovation Exploitation of existing research results (at least €220 M) Both EU and non-EU funded results. Five themes with specific actions ERC “proof of concept” grants Demonstration projects (at least €265 M) 13 dedicated demonstration topics in five themes in Cooperation Prizes follow-up EU prize for Women Innovators support for organising competitions for innovative learning technologies European prize for innovation in Public Administrations Inducement prize from WP2012 call reminder (€2 M)

10 Widening participation: Pilot action ERA Chairs (€12 M) 5 ERA Chairs to build excellence in less developed regions Pilot to be launched in the Autumn to prepare for Horizon 2020 ERA chairs = outstanding academics attracted by universities or institutions to build excellent teams ERA chairs host= institutions demonstrating the ability to support excellence (must provide excellent facilities and comply with ERA principles e.g. open recruitment)

11 Paving the way for Horizon 2020 Promoting excellence, wherever it is found Focusing on strategic priorities Boosting innovation Helping firms move from idea to market Special attention for SMEs

12 FP7 funding to date… 19,000 projects funded (signed contracts) 79,000 participations of which 13,691 are SMEs (signed contracts - universities, research organisations, businesses) €25.3 billion EU contribution as of 16/02/2012 (signed contracts) An estimated 50,000 (Marie Skłodowska-Curie) and 5,000 (ERC) individual researchers' directly funded by the end of FP7

13 Evolution of the Framework budget 1984-2013 (Current prices) 55,806 14,871 19,256 13,121 3,271 6,552 5,357

14 Participation per regions Europe

15 Country profile Hungary R&D intensity target 1.8% Total number of participants, total EU financial contribution 1.020 participants receiving €179.817.747 in FP7 Number of applicants 5.231 (1.59% of EU-27) Success rate (EU-27 = 21,5%) 20.4% Total Population & EU 27 Population Share 9.985.722 (2% of EU-27) Top collaborative links 1. DE - Germany (1.550) 2. UK - United Kingdom (1.169) 3. FR - France (1.042) 4. IT - Italy (1.028) 5. ES - Spain (913)

16 Participation per regions Hungary

17 Success story – 1. Striving for equal access to quality education? – EDUMIGROM (FP7) Examining disparities in educational access among minority and non- minority students Addressing high policy issue for equal access to quality education in Europe Removing invisible ethnic barriers Follow up observations and advocacy work Total budget of the project: ~ 1,6 Mio € EU contribution: ~ 1,3 Mio € Coordinator: Central European University, Budapest, Hungary HU partners: Institute for Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Partners from: Germany, France, Romania, Demark, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Sweden

18 Efficient Systems and Propulsion for Small Aircraft (ESPOSA) Success story – 2.

19 Country% of FP7 funding awarded Austria3.00 Belgium4.70 Bulgaria0.50 Cyprus0.30 Czech Republic1.20 Denmark2.30 Estonia0.40 Finland2.80 France11.60 Germany18.00 Greece3.50 Hungary1.10 Ireland1.30 Italy11.50 Latvia 0.10 Lithuania0.30 Luxembourg0.10 Malta0.10 Netherlands6.70 Poland1.90 Portugal1.70 Romania0.90 Slovakia0.40 Slovenia0.80 Spain7.70 Sweden4.30 United Kingdom12.70 Distribution of FP7 funding among Member States as of spring 2012 Source: Paul Zagamé at al.: Consequences of the 2013 FP7 calls for the economy and unemployment in the EU ERASME, Paris, 31 May 2012

20 ERC Advanced Grants 2008-2011: Number of selected proposals by country of host institutions (EU-15)

21 ERC Advanced Grants 2008-2011: Number of selected proposals by country of host institutions (EU-12)

22 ERC Advanced Grants 2008-2011: Selected proposals by country of host institutions

23 "Cooperation" programme: success rate EU-15

24 "Cooperation" programme: success rate EU-12

25 Hungarian participation* in projects signed * " Cooperation" programme

26 EC contribution* received by Hungarian participants *Cooperation programme

27 Hungary - most active FP7 research priority areas

28 Hungary - most active FP7 research priority areas by number of applicants

29 Hungary - most active FP7 research priority areas by success rate


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