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1 Tanja Zegers Space Research and Development DG Enterprise and Industry European Commission Space in FP7 and Horizon 2020 EPSC Madrid, September 25, 2012

2 Outline Context: FP7 and Horizon 2020 Final call FP7: opportunities for planetary sciences Next: definition of Horizon 2020

3 EU and Space Treaty of Lisbon (Article 189 TFEU) gives EU shared competence in the fields of space to promote scientific and technical progress and industrial competitiveness and the implementation of its policies shall draw up a European space policy by joint initiatives, support RTD, coordinate efforts in exploration and exploitation 1 Dec 2009

4 The Multiannual Financial Framework : Commission ’ s proposals 29 June Smart & inclusive growth (€491bn) 2. Sustainable growth, natural resources (€383bn) 3. Security and citizenship (€18.5bn) 4. Global Europe (€70bn) 5. Administration (€62.6bn) Total: € 1,025bn Education, Youth, Sport Connecting Europe Cohesion Competitive Business SMEs Horizon 2020 Key challenge: stabilise the financial and economic system while taking measures to create economic opportunities

5 Investment in R&D is part of the solution: Growth and jobs

6 FP7 => H2020 Space funding GMES Infrastructure Services GMES data SSF R&D 126M € of 330M€ GMES = Global Monitoring for Environment and Security GMES Operational Programme Space in H Meuro

7 Space 1737 M€ ~240 M€/y European Commission Proposal Infrastructures 2802 M€

8 Outline Context: FP7 and Horizon 2020 Final call FP7: opportunities for planetary sciences Next: definition of Horizon 2020

9 FP7-Space Space-based applications at the service of the European Society (principally GMES) Space-based applications at the service of the European Society (principally GMES) R&D strengthening Space foundations R&D strengthening Space foundations Cross-cutting issues %

10 SSF topics - highlighhts Continuation of space science data topic, but addition of new topic of « Earth analogue » research Critical Technologies topic is back after being absent for 1 call, with strengthened budget of €20m Focus on space debris issues, including support for an active debris removal demonstration project

11 Space science and exploration Exploiting data obtained in space – with EU missions or instruments (in particular that available at ESAC) Open to many areas (space physics, astrobiology, planetary science, astronomy, astrophysics, health, etc.) Adding value to data by combining space mission data with non-space data New data handling tools – e.g. visualisation Earth analogue R&D – technology test, system approaches and strategies for search for life, human performance in space Enhancing/broadening research partnerships 8 x 2.5M€

12 “Critical Technologies for European non- dependence ” “Non-dependence”: possibility for Europe to have free, unrestricted access to any required space technology. Joint EC-ESA-EDA task force on Critical Technologies has defined a revised list of urgent actions. Proposals should address topics from this list of 17 items. Space technologies Projects should aim to go beyond current state of art, development activities up to space qualification favoured 8 x 2.5M€

13 Reducing vulnerability of space infrastructure Space weather threats: accurate modeling and impact assessment on affected systems, particularly GNSS Modelling collision interactions of micro- particles with satellites Development of mitigation means Debris collision threats: Performing an in-orbit removal of debris, demonstrating concepts and technologies for active debris removal, scalable for future use 2 x 2M€ 7M€

14 FP7-Space Space-based applications at the service of the European Society (principally GMES) Space-based applications at the service of the European Society (principally GMES) R&D strengthening Space foundations R&D strengthening Space foundations Cross-cutting issues 9.3

15 Cross-cutting Activities SME specific research Allow SMEs to develop partnerships for both GMES and SSF, establishing SME role in value added chain International Cooperation With Ukraine GMES services for agricultural needs Super-lightweight materials and coatings Space debris removal methods/technologies With China Validation and refinement of monitoring of air quality 5 x 2M€ 3 x 2M€

16 Call is open at the moment ec.europa.eu/embrace-space 21 November 2012 deadline Dec-Feb 2012/2013 evaluation by REA Proposal negotiation in 2013

17 Outline Context: FP7 and Horizon 2020 Final call FP7: opportunities for planetary sciences Next: definition of Horizon 2020

18 Space programme ~240 M€/yr (similar to ESA RTD programmes, or National space RTD programmes combined) Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT NMP Biotechnology Access to risk finance KETs Innovation in SMEs Space 1737 M€ NMP= Nanotechnologies, advanced materials and advanced manufacturing and processing Industrial Leadership

19 Objective for Space in Horizon 2020 Prepare for the increasing role of space in the future and reap the benefits of space now

20 Four specific objectives Enhance competitiveness, non- dependence, and innovation of EU space sector (= industry and research community) Enable advances in space technologies Increase exploitation of space data Enable participation in international space partnerships + relevant space applications under Societal Challenges Transport, Climate, Security

21 Competitiveness Non-dependence Innovation Technology Data exploitation International partnerships In-orbit demonstration Analogue terrains Space/non-space TD Space environment Instruments robotics Planetary sciences Science with GMES data Rover navigation ISS experiments Propulsion technologies …………… Specific objectives Non-exhaustive list of potential topics Objectives and activity topics

22 Instruments Horizon 2020 has a flexible range of instruments that can be used from basic research to close to market demonstration. Basis: - Open, competitive call for all EU27 (no geo-return) - Co funding Grants: 100% Research, 70% Close-to-Market - Trans-national European (>3) consortia - Open to international participation (i.e. beyond EU) New in H2020: - prizes, loans, pre-commercial procurement

23 Part bottom-up, through annual calls in broadly defined topics Part agenda-driven through multi-annual programmes of linked projects: Strategic Research Agenda Widen participation from industry, SMEs, academia, technology institutes, agencies + non-ESA EU countries => CONSULTATION WORKSHOPS December 2012– February 2013 Horizon 2020 implementation

24 Conclusion Space under Horizon 2020 will be more comprehensive than under FP7 No longer includes GMES development RTD and innovation (close to market activities) Support to research and analysis of space data and (scientific) preparation for future missions Ongoing activities Development of Strategic Research Agenda H2020 European Parliament and Council co-decision process Opportunities in final call FP7

25 RESULTS OF FP7 SPACE PROJECTS DISCUSSION ON HORIZON 2020 SPACE

26 Thank you!


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