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International S&T Cooperation in FP 7 The EU Research Framework Programme 2007 – 2013 Alessandro DAMIANI European Commission Directorate General for Research.

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1 International S&T Cooperation in FP 7 The EU Research Framework Programme 2007 – 2013 Alessandro DAMIANI European Commission Directorate General for Research – International S&T Cooperation

2 What is new in FP7?   Duration: 7 years (except EURATOM: 5 years)   Budget: over € 53 billion   New Structure: 4 Specific Programmes: Cooperation, Ideas, People, Capacities (plus EURATOM and Joint Research Center)   Integration of the international dimension into all Specific Programmes

3 What is new in FP7? (continued)   European Research Council   Joint Technology Initiatives   Regions of Knowledge   Risk-Sharing Finance Facility   Simplification   Flexible funding schemes

4 4 Budgets of the EU Framework Programmes NB: Budgets in current prices. Source: Annual Report 2003, plus FP7 revised proposal

5 FP7: EC (2007 – 2013) EURATOM (2007 – 2011)

6 6 Cooperation SP: € million

7 7 FP1FP2FP3FP4FP5FP6 Socio -economic Transport Environment Industrial + materials tech. ICT Energy Life Sciences FP7 Security + Space Changing priorities from FP1 to FP7

8 8 FP7 More inclusive More substantial More integrated More targeted More coordinated More policy driven More inclusive More substantial More integrated More targeted More coordinated More policy driven International Cooperation in FP7: Main features

9 9 International Cooperation: Third Countries 1- Associated countries 2- Industrialised countries (USA, Canada, Japan, Australia….) 3- International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC):  Countries neighbouring the EU (Mediterranean Partner Countries, Western Balkans, Eastern European and Central Asian Countries)  Developing countries (ACP, ASIA, Latin America)  Emerging economies (e.g. China, India, Brazil, Russia, South Africa)

10 10 7th Framework Programme Participation by legal entities from third countries

11 11 International cooperation in COOPERATION SP 1.All themes open to third countries  Minimum 3 different EU Member State (MS) or Associated Countries (AC)  Beyond this minimum, all 3 rd countries can participate  ICPC would generally be funded  Industrialised countries funded only if indispensable for the project  Targeted calls possible

12 12 2.Specific International Cooperation Actions 2.Specific International Cooperation Actions linked to the 10 themes  Calls for proposals dedicated to ICPC in each Theme  Minimum 4 participants from different countries: 2 ICPC + 2 MS or AC  ICPC participants get funding International cooperation in COOPERATION SP (cont.)

13 13 International Cooperation in IDEAS SP  ERC grants: open to non-Europeans provided they move to the EU + Associated Countries  Participation of Third Countries to be justified on basis of added scientific value/mutual benefit (in addition to the minimum consortium: one legal entity from MS/AC)

14 14 International Cooperation in PEOPLE SP  Marie Curie host driven actions open to non-Europeans  International outgoing/incoming fellowships (+return scheme)  International reintegration grants  International cooperation scheme: partnerships to support exchange of researchers (joint EU+ / Neighbour countries or EU+ / S&T agreement countries)  Measures to network expatriate researchers

15 Research Infrastructures Research for the benefit of SMEs Regions of Knowledge Research Potential Science in Society Coherent development of research policies Activities of International Cooperation CAPACITIES SP

16 16 International Cooperation in CAPACITIES SP Policy Dialogue Coordination of National Policies & Activities S&T Cooperation Partnerships COOPERATION

17 17 Timing FP7 adopted on 18 December 2006 First calls: 22 December 2006 First evaluations/selections: before Summer 2007 First projects to start in the second half of 2007

18 18 Timeframe for FP7 projects Official duration of FP Projects resulting from FP7 calls operating Results from FP7 projects in use Last projects startFirst projects startFirst callsLast projects end

19 19 Further information INCO infodesk: INCO portal: International Scientific Cooperation Policy:

20 Directorate-General for Research International Scientific Cooperation


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