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1 Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein Enterprise Europe Network Cornelia Pankratz EU-Funding for Aquatic Projects

2 2 Contents  EU-funding programmes  7th Framework Programme for Research and Development (FP7) Introduction Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology Environment  Life+  Enterprise Europe Network

3 3 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development (FP7) – General introduction  Main EU instrument to support European research  Total budget of billion Euro  Funding for:  Research and Development  Development of prototypes  Demonstration projects  Specific Programmes:  Cooperation: collaborative research (appox bill. €)  Capacities  Ideas  People  Nuclear research (EURATOM)

4 4 FP7: Cooperation Programme - Breakdown (mill.€)

5 5 FP7: Cooperation Programme – Themes  Health  Food, agriculture and fisheries, biotechnology  Information & communication technologies  Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials & new production technologies  Energy  Environment (including climate change)  Transport (including aeronautics)  Socio-economic sciences and the humanities  Space  Security

6 6 FP7: Cooperation Programme – Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology  Activity 1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments  Activity 2: “Fork to Farm”: Food (including seafood), health and well-being  Activity 3: Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for sustainable non-food products and processes  Overall Budget: € 1.9 billion ( )

7 7 FP7: Cooperation Programme - Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology – Activity 1 Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments  Aquatic-based biological resources:  sustainability and competitiveness of fisheries providing the scientific and technical basis for fisheries management  support to the sustainable development of aquaculture, including breeding and welfare  the development of tools needed by policy-makers and others, in the fields of agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and rural and coastal development  works on the socio-economic and ethical context of production

8 8 FP7: Cooperation Programme - Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology – Activity 2  consumer, societal, cultural, industrial and health as well as traditional aspects of food and feed, including behavioural & cognitive sciences  nutrition research works on diet-related diseases and disorders and the prevention of diseases  innovative food and feed processing technologies enhancing safety assurance methodologies and the integrity of the food chain  improving quality and safety in food, beverages and feeds and development of new ingredients and products  environmental impacts on and of food and feed chains and their interactions with global change; total food chain concept, traceability and authenticity of food “Fork to Farm”: Food (including seafood), health and well-being

9 9 FP7: Cooperation Programme - Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology – Activity 3 Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for sustainable non-food products and processes  Improvement of raw materials and biomass  research for improved crops, forest products, feed-stocks, marine products and biomass for energy, the environment and high value-added products  Bioprocesses and products based on renewable resources  novel farming systems, bio-process and bio refinery concepts, and bio-catalysis  new and improved microorganisms and enzymes  Environmental biotechnology  utilisation of agro-industrial wastes and by-products  environmental bio-remediation  cleaner bio processing

10 10 FP7: Cooperation Programme – Environment Funding Areas:  Climate change, pollution and risks  Sustainable Management of Resources  Management of marine environments  Environmental Technologies  Environmental technologies for observation, simulation, prevention, mitigation, adaptation, remediation and restoration of the natural and man-made environment  Earth observation and assessment tools  Earth and ocean observation systems and monitoring methods for the environment and sustainable development

11 11 FP7: Cooperation - Collaborative Research (sum.) Participants:  Enterprises, Research institutions, universities, associations, public authorities, etc. Minimal requirements:  15% of the programme budget for SME-participation  Small-/medium-sized projects 3 participants from 3 different EU- countries  Large Scale Integrating Projects 10 participants from 10 countries EC-contributions:  Standard contribution for R&D activities: 50% but: SME, public institutions, universities, R&D organisations: 75%  Standard contribution for demonstration projects: 50% Budget:  Small and medium sized projects = mill. Euro  Large projects = mill. Euro

12 12 FP7: Call for Proposals Draft Calendar  Publication of the next call: end of July 2010  Projects within the two stage application/approval procedure:  Deadline for project ideas in short version until November/December 2010  Second stage with full project proposals according to accessment feedback (as of Spring 2011)  Projects within the one stage application/approval procedure  Deadline for full project proposals approx. mid January 2011

13 13 FP7 Example: CoralFISH Assessment of the interaction between corals, fish and fisheries  Objectives:  Observation of protected areas  Research on deep-water bottom fish and corals  Development of monitoring and predictive modelling tools for ecosystem based management  Production of habitat suitability maps to identify areas likely to contain vulnerable habitat  Lead Partner: National University of Ireland  Partners: (16) FRA, GER, GBR, GRE, IRL, ISL, ITA, NED, NOR, POR  Total Budget: million Euro (6.5 million Euro funding)  Duration: 48 months ( )  Project website:

14 14 FP7 Example: ComENVIR Communicating environmental impacts on water quality, availability and use  Objectives:  empower citizens to engage in scientific dialogue/debate  inform consumers of the latest scientific advances in the food sec.  strengthen scientific education in classrooms and promote scientific curiosity among the youth  narrowing the gap between environmental research and citizens  two specific target groups  covering environmental stressors, waste treatment, health effects, biodiversity, risks  role of water quality in its different environmental locations (fresh water, marine, soil, air)  Lead Partner: Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany  Partners: (9) GER, IRL, ITA, NED, NOR, ESP  Total Budget: 961,990 Euro (871,620 million Euro funding)  Duration: 48 months ( )

15 15 EU-Programme: LIFE+  Life+ components:  LIFE+ Nature and Biodiversity  LIFE+ Environment Policy and Governance  LIFE+ Information and Communication  Duration: to  Co-financing rate: generally 50% (possible up to 75%)  European project partners not obligatory but nice to have  Focus on:  sustainable long-term investments in Natura 2000 sites, incl. coastal and marine habitat and species  conservation actions for species targeted by the Birds’ and Habitats’ directives  projects to “demonstrate best practice”  European benefit to be proven

16 16 Life+: Nature and Biodiversity  Focuses on: “demonstrating innovation” measures for enhancing biodiversity in both terrestrial and marine areas (without regard to the Natura 2000 status)  Co-financing rate: 50% (land purchase ineligible)  Project requirements:  significant part of the project budget to be allocated to “concrete conservation actions”  actions different from and with an added value compared to those in the Natura 2000 network

17 17 LIFE+: Environmental Policy and Governance  Objective: contribute to the development and demonstrating innovative policy approaches, technologies, methods and instruments  Principal priority 'Water': contribute to enhanced water quality by developing cost-effective measures to achieve good ecological status  Priority areas of action:  enhancing science-policy integration and transfer of results for preparing river basin management plans  contributing to the implementation of the EU Thematic Strategy on the protection and conservation of the marine environment  hydro morphological features such as restoring floodplains and other measures in support of a directive on the assessment and management of flood risks

18 18 Life+: Example for EEN Application Support  Aim: Development of standards for ecological certification of marine aquaculture products  Applicant: Coastal Research & Management GbR (CRM), Kiel, GER  Partners: DK, FRA, GER  Total Budget: 828,144 Euro (EU Cofinancing 50%)  Duration: –  Project Website: ECOSMA: Ecological Certification of Products from Sustainable Marine Aquaculture Life+: Environmental Policy and Governance

19 19 Life+: Call for Proposals Draft Calendar  Publication of the 2010 call for proposals: July 2010  Deadline for applicants to send proposals to Member States' authorities: 1st September 2010  Eligibility, evaluation and revision: January to July 2011  Deadline for signing grant agreements: 31st December 2011  Earliest possible starting date for 2010 projects: 1st January 2012

20 20 Summary Funding Programmes Where to address your project to according to its objectives:  Projects aiming at development of environmental regulations and standards, no research aspects, demonstration projects to test anticipated European standards  LIFE+  Projects at research stage with high technology risks  FP7  Projects focusing on land-use, urban planning and water management  possible in LIFE+ and FP7

21 21 Funding programmes: Application Circle Common features  Calls for proposals with defined objective(s)  Submission to European Commission (Life+: 2-stage submission national/EU)  Proposal selection/award by European Commission with help of external experts  Contract with the European Commission  Co-financing principle  European dimension From idea to project  Search for and develop idea  Research for calls  Consultancy  Selection criteria e.g.  Quality  European added value  Impact  Cost efficiency  Evaluation and selection by European Commission

22 22 Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein European Activities ► Competence centre for advice and financial management of EU programmes for companies, research institutions and public sector  Enterprise Europe Network Hamburg – Schleswig-Holstein  IB.Representation in Brussels  Management of European Territorial Cooperation Programmes (Baltic Sea Region Programme )  Management of EU structural funds programmes for Schleswig- Holstein  Implementation of EU projects co-financed by various EU programmes

23 23 Enterprise Europe Network Hamburg - Schleswig-Holstein  IBSH (IB.Europa)  WTSH  TuTech Innovation GmbH  Innovationsstiftung Hamburg (associated partner) A European network with  more than 100 consortia  more than 600 partners  and 3000 professionals  in almost 40 European countries

24 24 IB.Europa Services: Consultation on EU-funding (I)  Information on EU-funding programmes and initiatives  Support in the application process of EU-funding programmes incl. FP7  Events/Workshops to open EU-calls for proposals  Promotion of the collaboration between science and industry  Support of small and medium sized companies when entering new international markets, incl. search for partners  BBS – technology offers/request  Aquaculture Vibro-packaging technology for fish and aquaculture products (BUL) Experiments and tests for new food products in marine aquaculture (FRA) Aquatic respirometry systems for oxygen consumption measurements (DK) Aquaculture waste-water treatment system (ITA)  BCD – business cooperation offers/requests  Aquaculture, Biotechnology and Marine Technology

25 25 IB.Europa Services: Consultation on EU-funding (II)  Coordination of regional EU-Working Group and network of R&D actors involved in EU activities)  Development of a network of EU actors in Hamburg  Information on EU subjects:  Newsletter Eurobrief: up-to-date topics, projects and actors in Schleswig-Holstein, EU-regulations etc.  Alert Service/List on EU-calls: monthly overview over open calls for proposals of EU-funding programmes  Brief funding information: most important facts on specific EU- funding programme  Internet: IB.Europa: communication medium between entrepreneur and decision makers on the EU level

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27 27 The Enterprise Europe Network Team Contact Details Annegret Meyer-Kock Tel. (0431) Anette Benz Tel. (0431) Gudrun Dittrich, Tel. (0431) Cornelia Pankratz Tel. (0431) Sibyl Scharrer Tel. (0431) Veronika Vollert, Tel: (0431) IB.Repräsentanz Brüssel Jennifer Meinicke Tel: Susann Henning On maternity leave

28 Thank you very much for your attention! Enterprise Europe Network Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein, IB.Europa Tel. 0431/ Cornelia Pankratz


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