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learning and development - consultancy - research EIPA 2011 © European Institute of Public Administration - Institut européen d’administration publique Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7) Marco Lopriore, European Institute for Public Administration 25/03/2011
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Framework Programme Activities (http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html)http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html On June 13, 2007 Serbia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the European Commission which will allow it full access to the EU's 7th Research Framework Programme (FP7) Promotion, information dissemination, info-days NCP network Active assistance in proposal preparation (EU/International project management courses) Assistance in negotiation phase Assistance in administrating and audit preparation Co-financing: 10% of the budget allocated by the EC Results: 83 FP6 registered participations Total budget obtained: 13.5 Mio € Ministry’s participation in specific actions and ERA.NET projects (SEE-ERA NET, ERA-WESTBALKAN, ERA-WESTBALKAN+, and so on) 8 out of 10 CoE in the WBC 2005 INCO Capacity Call (2.5 M€) 8 out of 20 CoE in the WBC 2006 INCO Capacity Call (2.1 M€) FP7, REGPOT 3: 7 out of 11 coordin., 10 out of 11 participations
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © + Ideas – Frontier Research Capacities – Research Capacity People – Marie Curie Actions Cooperation – Collaborative research JRC non nuclear research Euratom direct actions – JRC nuclear research Euratom indirect actions – nuclear fusion and fission 7 FP Structure: Capacities Programme
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Total 50 521 M€ FP7: 2007-2013
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Cooperation FP7: 2007-2013
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Cooperation: 10 themes Budget (million €) 1. Health 6 100 2. KBBE – Food, Agriculture, Biotech 1935 3. ICT 9 050 4. Nanosciences, nanotechnology, new materials and Industrial technologies 3 475 5. Energy 2350 6. Environment and Climate Change 1 890 7. Transport and Aeronautics ; 4 160 8. Social Economic Sciences and Humanities ; 623 9. Space 1 430 Total 32 413 10. Security 4001 7PQ “ COOPERATION ” Budget 2007/2013
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © 6 - Security and Society Coordination and support actions 6.1-2 Protection of European citizens abroad Coordination and support actions or focused research projects 6.2-1 Best practices for enhancing security policy in urban zones 6.5-1 Conflict resolution and mediation
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Up to 75% funding Collaborative Project funding scheme Community funding for research activities may reach a maximum of 75%: -Very limited market size and a risk of "market failure", -and for accelerated equipment development in response to new threats. Proposers need to demonstrate this requirement in their proposal Demonstration activities are financed up to 50%
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © End-users Active involvement of end users in the consortia is considered of utmost importance. Whenever possible, this should translate into a direct participation of user organisations in the consortium implementing research actions.
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Collaborative projects: Integration projects (large-scale integrating projects) CP – IP Focused projects (small and medium-scale focused research projects) CP- FP Coordination and support actions Networks of Excellence Funding schemes
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Integration projects - IPs IP are large-scale integrating Collaborative projects, which aim at combining mission specific individual capabilities providing a security system and to demonstrate its performance. Indicative total cost 10-25 M €, duration ~ 4 years EU funding > 3.5M € (eligibility criterion)
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Focused projects - FPs FPs are small and medium scale collaborative projects aiming at building up and/or strengthening security capabilities in the required missions. This will be done by: adapting available technologies and developing security specific technology and knowledge aimed at tangible results. Indicative total cost 2-5 M€, 2-4 years EU funding ≤3.5M€ (eligibility criterion)
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Networks of excellence - NoEs NoEs are designed for research entities that wish to combine and functionally integrate in a durable way a substantial part of their activities and capacities in a given field, with a view to creating in this field a European ‘ virtual centre of research ’ No indicative total cost or duration (very exceptional cases > 5 years)
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Coordination and support actions CSAs CSA can be either supporting or coordinating: Co-ordination (or networking) actions aim at coordinating research activities and policies. Support actions aim at contributing to the implementation of the FP and to prepare future research policy or - to develop synergies with other policies or - to stimulate, encourage and facilitate the participation of SMEs, civil society organisations, small research teams, etc or - to set up research-intensive clusters across the EU regions. Support actions often focus on one specific activity and on one specific event. Indicative total cost 0.5-1 M €, 0.5 - 3 years (up to 100% EU funding)
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Recommendations: Preparation of proposals (1) Follow the FP7 guides (definition of the funding schemes, scope of topics, eligibility rules etc) Be aware of the 3 “evaluation criteria” -Scientific and technical quality -Implementation -Impact Foresee the take up of the results of your research -Describe the perspective of a wider and general use of expected results Present an overall vision of market deployment Justify the real innovative aspects (Incremental vs breakthrough); Address ethical and data classification issues
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Recommendations: Preparation of proposals (2) Clearly explain/justify the project budget Partnership: -Well balance the expertise of the consortia: end users, private and public, academia, industry, SMEs etc, -Avoid “sleeping” partners without real contribution, -Avoid redundant partnerships Check/link the project with other relevant research projects
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © Recommendations: Preparation of proposals (3) Proof-read your proposal by a ‘neutral’ person Make the reading of an evaluator easy: -Use a simple and clear language -Be short and concise -Clearly define objectives, milestones and deliverables -Use tables and graphs etc Don’t recycle the same proposals – watch the quality!
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © 7. Framework Programme – Situation (Dec. 2007)
EIPA 2011 - WWW.EIPA.EU © CORDIS: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7 IPR: http://www.ipr-helpdesk.orghttp://www.ipr-helpdesk.org REA: http://ec.europa.eu/research/rea/http://ec.europa.eu/research/rea/ Help Desk: http://ec.europa.eu/research/enquirieshttp://ec.europa.eu/research/enquiries E-mail: RTD-REA-INFO@ec.europa.euRTD-REA-INFO@ec.europa.eu http://www.mntr.sr.gov.yu/ E-mail addresses – email@example.com@mntr.sr.gov.yu firstname.lastname@example.org
European research under FP7 for Small and Medium Enterprises Bari, 16 September 2006 Gianluca Coluccio European Commission ▪ DG Research Unit M4: Research.
InJoy&Train FAFB Information Day 16 November, 2007 FP7 OVERVIEW TIGRAN ARZUMANYAN.
2. The funding schemes ICT Proposer’s Day Köln, 1 February 2007 The ICT Theme in FP7 How to participate to ICT in FP 7.
The Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) supporting innovation Epp Tohver-Bulavs 07. November 2007, Tallinn.
Malta Council for Science and Technology Brief Introduction to FP7 14 th September 2007 Anthea Frendo National Contact Point for FP7.
SMEs "Perspectives of SME participation in FP 7“ SEE Innovation - workshop Sofia, 9th February 2006 Henrik Dam European Commission DG Research, Research.
Getting prepared for FP7 - Universities’ Participation in FP7: Towards Full Costs Support Prague, 5 May 2006 Willem Wolters, Wageningen International Helpdesk.
Stefano Fontana European Commission DG RTD Research for the benefit of SMEs SMEs in the.
Poznan 19 April Kwietnia 2005 Poznan FP6 The Next Calls for 2005 Technology Platforms FP7.
Leonardo Piccinetti EFB
Malta Council for Science and Technology Brief Introduction to FP7 4 th September 2007 Anthea Frendo National Contact Point for FP7.
Work programme 2009 – Info Day European Commission – DG Enterprise & Industry E-M. Engdahl 4 th call FP7-SEC Seventh Framework Programme
FP7 /1 EUROPEAN COMMISSION - DG Research Building a Europe of Knowledge Towards the SeventhFrameworkProgramme
Grant Information Search Dr. E. K. Ingbian Associate professor ( Department of Food Science and Technology ) Directorate of Research and Development University.
Bioenergy in the context of FP7 Mari Habicht Archimedes Foundation.
Participation in 7FP Anna Pikalova National Research University “Higher School of Economics” National Contact Points “Mobility” & “INCO”
Participation of Algerian organisation in FP7 programme
1 SMEs – a priority for FP6 Barend Verachtert DG Research Unit B3 - Research and SMEs.
SMEs in the. SMEs in FP7 - why? SMEs are at the core of European industry and key players in the innovation system. SMEs have to respond increasingly.
Malta Council for Science and Technology Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) 15 July, 2008 Anthea Frendo FP7 National Contact Point.
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