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1 http://www.ukro.ac.uk FP7: Overview and Update Cardiff University Andrew Smith 30 January 2008

2 Science and Technology Facilities Council Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Economic and Social Research Council Medical Research Council Natural Environment Research Council Arts and Humanities Research Council UK Research Office 2

3 UKRO Subscriber Services include… - Website with information on programmes, FAQs and Guidance http://www.ukro.ac.uk - Information services – email updates (& searchable database) Register/Update your profile at: http://ims.ukro.ac.uk http://www.ukro.ac.ukhttp://ims.ukro.ac.uk - Enquiry service - Annual visit from an UKRO European Advisor - Specialist training courses and information events - Annual conference for European officers - Meeting room in Brussels - Monthly publication - British Council ‘RTD Insight’ - National Contact Point (Marie Curie and ERC)

4 http://www.ukro.ac.uk First calls in FP7

5 FP7 Overall Picture Good response to first call (in some areas more than others) ERC StG - 9,167 proposals (~250 to be awarded) FAFB – 14/78 topics with no proposals being funded, including 2 topics with no proposals submitted. SSH – Success rates across activity areas varied from 9 to 26% FP7 – First Call – Overall Picture

6 FP7 Overall Picture Some areas see more problems with EPSS and eligibility issues than others ICT: 4/1840 ineligible (<0.3%) SSH: 44/ 531 ineligible (>8%) FAFB: 17/414 ineligible (4%) (11 requested too much EC contribution; 6 with too few participants) There were still a few proposals being submitted late, incomplete at the deadline or simply ineligible (350 ineligible ERC proposals) FP7 – First Call – Overall Picture

7 FP7 Myths All the budget is spent on big projects CA and SA have lower success rates You need to have a partner from each MS and AS The projects are dominated by industry FP7 – First Call – Overall Picture

8 http://www.ukro.ac.uk FP7: What’s coming up in 2008?

9 FP7 Specific Programmes Co-operation – Collaborative Research European Research Council European Research Council Marie Curie Actions Marie Curie Actions Capacities – Research Capacity Capacities – Research Capacity Framework Programme 7 Joint Research Centre (JRC) EURATOM EURATOM

10 EU-27 Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK Associated Countries (FP7) Croatia, Iceland*, Israel*, Liechtenstein*, FYR Macedonia* Norway*, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Albania Bosnia Herzegovina and Montenegro (in the process of associating to FP7) *except Euratom Main FP7 Countries FP7 Countries 10

11 Maximum reimbursement rates* FP6FP7 – Industry FP7 – Public Bodies, Universities, SMEs, etc. RTD 50% 75% Demonstration 35%50% Other** 100% ERC100% direct costs plus 20% flat rate for indirect costs * Except Marie Curie ** Co-ordination and Support Actions, Training, Management FP7 Finance Issues 11

12 FP7 Co-operation 2008 – Provisional Deadlines FP7 – 2008 Calls Theme Possible Deadline HealthNovember 2008? Food, Agriculture, Fisheries and Biotechnology19 February 2008 Information Communication Technologies (ICT)8 April 2008 Nanotechnology, Multi-Functional Materials and Production6 March 2008 Energy5 February 2008 Environment19 February 2008 TransportMay 2008 Social Sciences and the HumanitiesEnd 2008? SpaceEarly 2009? SecurityAutumn 2008 Euratom15 April 2008

13 Health - Activity Areas FP7 – Co-operation - Health 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security Biotechnology, generic tools & medical technologies for human health Translating research for human health Optimising the delivery of health care to European citizens Child health Health of the ageing population

14 Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology - Activity Areas FP7 – Co-operation - FAB 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security Sustainable production & management of biological resources Fork to farm: food, health and well being Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for sustainable non-food products and processes...Build a Knowledge Based Bio-Economy…

15 FP7 – Co-operation - ICT 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security ICT- Challenges Pervasive and Trusted network & Service Infrastructures Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics Components, Systems, Engineering Digital Libraries and Content Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability & Energy Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)

16 Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New Production Technologies – Activity Areas FP7 - Co-operation - NMP 1. Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies 2. Materials 3. New Production 4. Integration of technologies for industrial production 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security

17 Energy - Activity Areas (Expect Annual Calls & WPs) FP7 – Co-operation - Energy 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security 9. Knowledge for energy policy making 6. Clean coal technologies 5. CO 2 capture and storage for zero emission power generation 7. Smart energy networks 4. Renewables for heating and cooling 3. Renewable fuel production 1. Hydrogen and fuel cells 2. Renewable electricity generation 8. Energy savings and energy efficiency 10. Horizontal actions Plus calls for tender!

18 Environment – Activity Areas - 2008 FP7 – Co-operation – Environment 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security Climate Change, Pollution and Risks Pressures on Environment and Climate (€42m) Environment and Health (€20m) Natural Hazards (€14m) Sustainable Management of Resources Conservation and sustainable management of natural and man-made resources and biodiversity (€30m) Management of marine environments (€20.5m) Environmental Technologies Environmental technologies for…the natural and man-made resources (€39m, incl. €5m for joint call with NMP) Protection, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage, including human habitat (€9m) Technology assessment, verification and testing (€7m) Earth Observation (EO) and Assessment Tools for Sustainable Development EO systems and methods for the environment and sustainable development (€21m) Forecasting methods & assessment tools for sustainable development over different scales of observation (€12m) Plus horizontal activities

19 Transport - Activity Areas FP7 – Co-operation – Transport 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security Aeronautics and air transport Surface transport Galileo Horizontal themes

20 Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities - Activity Areas FP7 – Co-operation - SSH 1. Growth, employment and competitiveness in a knowledge society 2. Combining economic, social and environmental objectives in a European perspective 3. Major trends in society and their implications 4. Europe in the world 5. The citizen in the European Union 6. Socio-economic and scientific indicators 7. Foresight activities 8. Strategic activities 10. Security 9. Space 8. SSH 7. Transport 6. Environment 5. Energy 4. NMP 3. ICT 2. FAB 1. Health

21 Space - Activities FP7 – Co-operation – Space 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security Space-based applications at the service of European Society Space-based applications at the service of European Society Strengthening of Space foundations - Research to support space science & exploration - Research to support space transportation and key technologies Strengthening of Space foundations - Research to support space science & exploration - Research to support space transportation and key technologies Horizontal actions

22 Security - Mission orientated R&D FP7 – Co-operation - Security 1. Health 2. FAB 3. ICT 4. NMP 5. Energy 6. Environment 7. Transport 8. SSH 9. Space 10. Security 1 Security of citizens 2 Security of infrastructures and utilities 3 Intelligent surveillance and border security 4 Restoring security and safety in the case of crisis 5 Security systems integration, interconnectivity & interoperability 6 Security and Society 7 Security research co-ordinating and structuring See also ESRAB report

23 FP7 – Co-operation - JTIs Hydrogen and Fuel Cells HFP Embedded Systems ICT ARTEMIS Aeronautics and Air Transport CLEAN SKY Innovative Medicines IMI New Nanoelectronics Approaches ENIAC Global Monitoring for Environment and Security GMES Joint Technology Initiatives

24 FP7 Specific Programmes Co-operation – Collaborative Research European Research Council European Research Council Marie Curie Actions Marie Curie Actions Capacities – Research Capacity Capacities – Research Capacity Framework Programme 7 Joint Research Centre (JRC) EURATOM EURATOM

25 FP7 Specific Programmes FP7 - ERC European Research Council New to FP7 Promote excellence through EU wide competition Support PI and (if necessary) team-members (flexible & portable) Investigator driven Frontier Research = creating new knowledge and developing new understanding Independent scientific governance Dedicated implementation structure Starting Independent Research Grant – First Call Advanced Investigator Grant – Second Call

26 European Research Council (ERC) A Quick Recap – Starting Grants Call First call launched Dec 06, annual calls to 2013 1 st Stage Deadline: 25 April 2007 (17:00 CET) Call budget Around €300 million ~ 300 grants Eligibility Between 2 and 9 years post PhD (some allowance for maternity and other reasons), any nationality but PI must be based in EU or Associated State (once awarded ERC grant), any legal entity (incl industry) Project Size €100,000 to €400,000 per year up to 5 years Evaluation Panels Projects submitted to 20 panels split across Social Sciences and Humanities, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering Evaluation Process Two stage, strict page limits for each stage, reserve of 20% to promote interdisciplinarity Evaluation Criteria Potential of the Principal Investigator, Quality of the research project and the research environment FP7 – ERC – First Call

27 Lessons learned Often applicants did not fully understand ERC concepts (frontier research, ‘individual team’) Applicants often not ambitious enough Often applicants did not explain why the research is important or what the impacts would be Many applications resembled job description written by a supervisor rather than showing the PI’s ideas Many people already fairly experienced (i.e. having UK fellowships) Applicants should aim their proposal at generalist reviewers (panel members) in Stage 1 Although the top ranked proposals were outstanding, many average ones were also submitted FP7 – ERC – First call

28 A Quick Recap – Advanced Grants FP7 – ERC – Advanced Grant Objective encourage and support excellent, innovative investigator-initiated research projects Eligibility leading advanced investigators across EU and Associated Countries targeting researchers already established as independent research leaders in their own right Research Areas ‘bottom up’ approach - any research area (except Fission & Fusion)

29 Implementation ERC Budget Funding of €7.51 billion (2007-13) ~ 2/3 Annual ERC Budget for AdG ~1/3 Annual ERC Budget for StG Spending profile increases 2007-13 ERC-2008-AdG Call budget ~€517 million Hope to fund ~300 Proposals? FP7 – ERC – Advanced Grant

30 Funding Levels & Duration of Grant Normally Up to €2.5 million over 5 years EC contribution (or pro-rata for shorter projects) Can be higher, but only if: Co-Investigator Project (which MUST be inter- or multi-disciplinary) or The PI is coming from outside the EU/AC (‘third country’) to establish a research team at a host institution in an EU MS/AC or Proposal requires the purchase of major research equipment In these cases: up to €3.5 million over 5 years EC contribution (or pro-rata) FP7 – ERC – Advanced Grant

31 AdG Evaluation Criteria Principal Investigator (and Co-I if applicable) Quality of research output/track record Intellectual capacity and creativity Research Project Ground breaking nature of the research Potential impact Methodology High gain/high risk balance Research environment (only at step 2) Contribution of the research environment Participation of other legal entities Each evaluation criterion (Heading 1 and 2) will be marked on a scale of 1 to 4: 4 = Outstanding, 3 = Excellent, 2=Very Good, 1=Non-fundable A quality threshold of ≥2 will be applied to these criteria. Proposals ranked on basis of marks received and an overall appreciation of their strengths and weaknesses 1-4 Pass/Fail 1-4 FP7 – ERC – Evaluation Criteria

32 The proposal FP7 – ERC – Advanced Grant Proposal Structure Proposals must contain CV and 10 year track record and scientific leadership profile Full proposal and extended synopsis Proposal Evaluation 1-stage submission but 2-step evaluation Ist Step: Evaluation of CV (with specific emphasis on track record/leadership profile) & “extended synopsis” 2 nd Step: Evaluation of full proposal

33 The proposal FP7 – ERC – Advanced Grant Possible benchmarks of “10 year track record” Senior author publications in major peer-reviewed multi- disciplinary scientific journals and/or leading peer-reviewed journals of their respective research fields And if applicable Monographs and any translations of monographs (if applicable) Granted patents Invited presentations into peer-reviewed, internationally established conferences and/or international advanced schools Expeditions that the applicant has lead International conferences in the field of the applicant that have been organised by PI (member of the steering and/or organising committee) International Prizes/Awards/Academy Memberships

34 The proposal FP7 – ERC – Advanced Grant Possible indicators of “leadership profile” Content and impact of the major scientific or scholarly contributions of the applicant to his/her own research field and/or neighbouring research fields and, if applicable, the wider societal impact The international recognition and diffusion that these major contributions have received from others (publications or appropriate equivalents /additional funding/ students /international prizes and awards /institution building /other) Ability to productively change research fields and/or establish new interdisciplinary approaches

35 Further Information ERC – UK Helpdesk Links UK ERC NCP Website www.ukro.ac.uk/erc www.ukro.ac.uk/erc UK ERC NCP Helpdesk erc-uk@bbsrc.ac.uk or 0032 2289 6121 erc-uk@bbsrc.ac.uk UK ERC NCP Newsletter http://www.ukro.ac.uk/erc/events_ukro/events_alerts.htm http://www.ukro.ac.uk/erc/events_ukro/events_alerts.htm ERC – EU links EU ERC Website http://erc.europa.eu http://erc.europa.eu EU ERC Newsletter http://erc.europa.eu/index.cfm?fuseaction=reg.edit#01 http://erc.europa.eu/index.cfm?fuseaction=reg.edit#01 ERC Europa Helpdesk http://ec.europa.eu/research/index.cfm?lg=en&pg=enquiries http://ec.europa.eu/research/index.cfm?lg=en&pg=enquiries UKRO Information Services http://ims.ukro.ac.ukhttp://ims.ukro.ac.uk ERC – Links

36 FP7 Specific Programmes Co-operation – Collaborative Research European Research Council European Research Council Marie Curie Actions Marie Curie Actions Capacities – Research Capacity Capacities – Research Capacity Framework Programme 7 Joint Research Centre (JRC) EURATOM EURATOM

37 FP7 – Specific Programmes Objectives and Policy Context: Make Europe more attractive to researchers Strengthen human potential by: Encouraging people to become researchers Encouraging researchers to carry out their research in Europe Trans-national and inter-sectoral mobility Marie Curie Actions FP7 Specific Programmes

38 Overview of Marie Curie Actions People Specific Programme Host ActionsIndividual Actions Initial Training Networks Industry Academia Partnerships and Pathways NEW - International Research Staff Exchange Scheme Intra- European Fellowships International Incoming Fellowships International Outgoing Fellowships European Reintegration Grants International Reintegration Grants Also funded : Researcher’s Night, CO-FUND

39 Initial Training Network Structure FP7 – People – Marie Curie At least 3 EU Member or Associated States ( of which 2 must be MS or Candidate Countries) Single or twin sites if international context is strong Joint Training Programme including complementary skills Fellowships for 3 months to 3 years Industrial participation Coherent quality standards & mutual recognition of training/ diplomas Optional: - recruiting a ‘visiting scientist’ - hold short training events (incl. researchers outside network) Initial Training Lifelong TrainingIndustry-AcademiaInternationalSpecific Actions Initial Training Networks Individual f/shipIndustry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int.Research careers European re-int.Incoming int.Public awareness Co-financingInt. re-int.Excellence awds

40 Structure EU Member or Associated State National, or Third Country national if in EU for at least 4 of the last 5 yrs 12 – 24 months support researchers in attaining and/or strengthening a leading independent position Also for those resuming a career in research REMEMBER it’s about Skills diversification Attaining or strengthening professional independence Marie Curie Individual Fellowship (IEF) FP7 – People – Marie Curie Initial Training Lifelong Training Industry-AcademiaInternationalSpecific Actions Marie Curie Networks (MCN) Individual f/ship Industry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int.Research careers European re-int. Incoming int.Public awareness Co-financing Int. re-int.Excellence awds

41 European Re-integration Grant (ERG) FP7 – People – Marie Curie (Re)-integration into research career (following trans-national mobility) Must have already had Marie Curie fellowship (funded under FP6/7) The European Re-integration Grant: supports a research project of 2- 3 years research costs but not researchers’ salary researcher applies with host institution Initial Training Lifelong Training Industry-AcademiaInternationalSpecific Actions Marie Curie Networks (MCN) Individual f/ship Industry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int.Research careers European re-int. Incoming int.Public awareness Co-financing Int. re-int.Excellence awds

42 Industry–Academia Pathways and Partnerships FP7 – People – Marie Curie A minimum of two participants ( from 2 different Member or Associated States, of which 1 must be a Member State or an Associated Candidate Country) Fellowships of 2 months – 2 years Staff exchange (early stage / experienced researchers, and technical staff) Recruited staff must be experienced researchers Can organise common workshops/conferences Inter-sectoral mobility possible (within framework of whole project, in same country up to a maximum of 30% of total researcher months) Initial TrainingLifelong Training Industry-Academia InternationalSpecific Actions Marie Curie Networks (MCN) Individual f/ship Industry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int.Research careers European re-int.Incoming int.Public awareness Co-financingInt. re-int.Excellence awds

43 International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF) FP7 – People – Marie Curie EU Member or Associated State nationals only 24 – 36 months in total (of which 12 – 24 months in third country followed by a mandatory reintegration phase in European host institutions) Individual applies with host Contract between EU host institution & Commission (for duration of fellowship) Initial TrainingLifelong TrainingIndustry-Academia International Specific Actions Marie Curie Networks (MCN) Individual f/shipIndustry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int. Research careers European re-int. Incoming int. Public awareness Co-financing Int. re-int. Excellence awds

44 International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) FP7 – People – Marie Curie Third Country nationals only Incoming phase (and possible reintegration phase for nationals from developing countries and emerging economies) 12 - 24 months [6 – 12 months for possible reintegration/return phase - typically half duration of incoming phase) Individual applies with host Contract - between EU host institution & Commission-incoming phase - between third country host & Commission- reintegration/return Initial TrainingLifelong TrainingIndustry-Academia International Specific Actions Marie Curie Networks (MCN) Individual f/shipIndustry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int. Research careers European re-int. Incoming int. Public awareness Co-financing Int. re-int. Excellence awds

45 International Re-integration Grants (IRG) FP7 – People – Marie Curie Integration into research career in Europe (after period of trans-national mobility outside EU >3yrs Contribute to development of lasting co-operation (with scientists from country which they have returned) The International Re-integration Grants Support a research project of 2- 4 years Contributes to the research costs but not researchers’ salary Researcher applies with host institution Host commits to researcher for at least 3 years Initial TrainingLifelong TrainingIndustry-Academia International Specific Actions Marie Curie Networks (MCN) Individual f/shipIndustry academia pathways and partnerships Outgoing int. Research careers European re-int. Incoming int. Public awareness Co-financing Int. re-int. Excellence awds

46 What is IRSES? Two-way staff secondments between institutions in EU/AC and eligible third countries At least two participants from two different MS/AC and one partner from an eligible third country Secondment between 0 – 12 months Project duration of 24 – 48 months Commission contribution: EUR 1800/researcher/month for EU/AC secondments FP7 – Marie Curie - IRSES

47 Who can participate in IRSES? Eligible staff include researchers, technical and management staff Eligible countries: EU Member States and Associated Countries Countries in the European Neighbourhood Policy: Armenia, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Palestinian-administered areas, Syrian Arab Rep., Tunisia, Ukraine Countries that have an S&T agreement with the EU: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Chile, Egypt, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, United States FP7 – Marie Curie - IRSES

48 FP7 Specific Programmes Co-operation – Collaborative Research European Research Council European Research Council Marie Curie Actions Marie Curie Actions Capacities – Research Capacity Capacities – Research Capacity Framework Programme 7 Joint Research Centre (JRC) EURATOM EURATOM

49 Activities FP7 - Capacities Capacities – Research Capacity (€4 217 million) 1. Research infrastructures €1 715m 2. Research for the benefits of SMEs€1 336m 3. Regions of Knowledge € 126m 4. Research Potential € 340m 5. Science in Society € 330m 7. Coherent dev. of research policies€ 70m 6. International co-operation € 180m Co-ordination of national programmes (incl. ERA-NET +)

50 Research Infrastructures Support to ‘new’ and ‘existing’ infrastructures Research infrastructures: Major equipment or set of instruments Knowledge-based resources such as archives Enabling information and communication technology based infrastructures Any other entity of a unique nature used for research Clear European Added Value only including clear contribution to development EU research capacities See ESFRI roadmap for ‘new infrastructures’ FP7 Capacities

51 Research for benefit of SMEs Objective is providing financial support to SMEs or SME associations to outsource RTD, with the view of acquiring IPR, preferably ownership, to the project results Strengthens innovation capacity of SMEs Supports SMEs or SME associations in need of outsourcing research to RTD performers (including universities and research centres) Support given through 3 calls: Research for SMEs (only recently closed) Research for SME associations Coordination and support activities FP7 Capacities

52 Regions of Knowledge Building on success of FP6 pilot scheme Support the definition and implementation of optimal policies and strategies for the development of R & D driven clusters Increased and more focused use of Structural Funds Open to all regions Promote and strengthen co-operation between clusters Contribute to strengthening existing clusters and creating new ones FP7 Capacities

53 Research Potential The objective is to unlock and develop existing research potential in the convergence and outermost regions of the European Union There are 3 main activities: 4.1: Unlocking and developing the research potential in the EU’s convergence and outermost regions; 4.2: Providing evaluation facilities for research organisations in the EU’s convergence and outermost regions; 4.3: International cooperation. FP7 - Capacities

54 Science in Society Support creation of social and cultural environment that allows successful and exploitable research to be carried out 1 st Action Line: A more dynamic governance of the science and society relationship 2 nd Action Line: Strengthening potential broadening horizons 3 rd Action Line: Science and Society Communicate FP7 - Capacities

55 http://www.ukro.ac.uk Evaluator’s comments

56 Evaluator comments: S&T Quality “Lacks relevance to programme objectives” “ Scope of the proposed research is rather narrow ” “Proposal lacks focus” “ The work described is not particularly novel ” “Proposal is too broad” “ Given the extent of previous work and patenting in this area, doubts were raised as to whether a novel product could be developed ” FP7 – Issues to Address

57 Evaluator comments: Implementation “Role of the Co-ordinator is unclear” “ Interaction between work packages is not clearly demonstrated ” “the standard and experience of partners is variable” “ the management structure is not sufficiently worked out to guarantee the success of this project ” “unclear how partners will exchange information” “ the role of partner X is unclear ” “ the costs are not linked to activities and not well balanced ” “no formal planning of assessment of milestones” FP7 – Issues to Address

58 Comments on Impact “Exploitation and dissemination plans are not specific to the project” “ the exploitation plan could be better developed ” “the European added value of the consortium is limited” “ there is no indication of publication plans ” “Does not explicitly describe the importance of solving the problem in a European context” FP7 – Issues to Address

59 http://www.ukro.ac.uk FP7: Overview and Update Cardiff University Andrew Smith 30 January 2008


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