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1 "Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation„ Health, demographic change and wellbeing Judita Kinkorová 23. května 2013, Větruše, Ústí na Labem

2 HORIZON 2020/ structure 1Excellent science 2Industrial leadership 3Societal challenges FP7 2 Cooperation Ideas People Capacities

3 Novinky H 2020 € 80.2 Billion marked in the Commission proposals for 2014- 2020 EU budget (June 2011) Covering current funding for: The 7th Framework Programme (FP7) for research, technological development and demonstration – €53 billion (2007-13). 4 main programmes on Ideas, Cooperation, People and Capacities. The Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) – €3.6 billion (2007-13). 3 programmes on enterprise & innovation, intelligent energy, and ICT policy support. The European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT) – Autonomous EU body bringing together higher education, research and business to stimulate innovation in Knowledge and Innovation Communities. EU budget contribution of €309 million (2007-13) And strengthening complementarities with the Structural Funds – €86 billion allocated 3

4 Excellent science Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-20) European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams 13 268 Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation 3 100 Marie Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development 5 572 Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities 2 478 4 Cooperation Ideas People Capacities

5 Industrial leadership Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-20) Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space) 13 781 Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation 3 538 Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs 619 5

6 HORIZON 2020 Societal challenges Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-20) Health, demographic change and wellbeing 8 033 Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy 4 152 Secure, clean and efficient energy* 5 782 Smart, green and integrated transport 6 802 Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials 3 160 Inclusive, innovative and secure societies 3 819 6

7 HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND WELL-BEING Main Specific Challenges Considered 1. Prevention Better understanding and management of the relationship between environment, behaviour, nutrition, genetics and their contribution to health and disease. Facilitating active and healthy ageing, and the prevention, delay and attenuation of disease and disability with tools and services including those supporting self care. 7

8 HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND WELL-BEING Main Specific Challenges Considered 2. Combating and curing disease Better understanding the mechanisms of disease and redefining their taxonomies Better understanding of the normal processes of human growth and development Promoting conditions favouring drug discovery and development (through public private partnerships) The development and validation of innovative therapies, medical technologies, and vaccines and diagnostics 8

9 PPP –Innovative Medicines Initiative 9

10 HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND WELL-BEING Main Specific Challenges Considered 3. Increasing the sustainability and efficiency of the health and social care sector Research in health systems, investment in capacity building, exchange of information between national systems, technology and quality assessments, investigation of health interventions, the socioeconomic impacts of health and disease. Assistive and independent living solutions, ethics, service innovation, and societal uptake of innovation. Enhancing preparedness for emerging epidemics and other emerging health threats. 10

11 HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND WELL-BEING /1/ Overarching features considered: Provision for the long-term study of well characterised, large populations; data collection and processing. Development of and support for both biological and data infastructures (bio-banks, cohorts, animal models, etc.) and for other medical research facilities and infrastructures. Support for the development of tools and technologies including –omics, high throughput research, systems biology and imaging, and for research using these. 11

12 HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND WELL-BEING /2/ Overarching features considered: Support for regulatory sciences (drug safety, clinical trials, cell & gene therapies, specialist manufacturing, etc.) Support for converting knowledge into innovation, for the improvement of clinical practice and the development of marketable products and services. 12

13 HEALTH, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND WELL-BEING International co-operation: Major strategic international initiatives to be pursued, including: Be a leader in large worldwide research consortia EDCTP-2, Rare Diseases (International Rare Diseases Research Consortium - IRDiRC), International Human Microbiome Consortium – IHMC, International Initiative for Traumatic Brain Injury Research – InTBIR, Trans-Atlantic Task Force on antimicrobial resistance – TATFAR, etc., to improve availability of interventions 13

14 Tuesday, 14 May 2013 Brussels, Belgium European Brain Research Successes and Next Challenges Monday, 27 May and Tuesday, 28 May 2013 Dublin, Ireland Healthy brain: healthy Europe – A new horizon for brain research and health care 14

15 OTHER EU ACTIVITIES/1 Joint Programming Initiative 15 What is the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI)? Research efforts can be essential to address major societal challenges. In some cases these are so great that national research programmes cannot tackle them effectively on their own. Yet, the vast bulk of research programmes in Europe are run in an isolated way, leading to unwanted fragmentation or ineffectiveness. Joint programming aims to remedy this situation. Neurodegenerative Diseases (NDJP) Healthy Diet for Healthy Life (JPI HDHL) More Years Better Life (JPI MYBL) Antimicrobial Resistance (JPI AMR)

16 OTHER EU ACTIVITIES/2 European Innovation Partneship Active and Healthy Living 16 European Innovation Partnerships (EIPs) are a new approach to EU research and innovation. EIPs are challenge-driven, focusing on societal benefits and a rapid modernisation of the associated sectors and markets. EIPs streamline, simplify and better coordinate existing instruments and initiatives and complement them with new actions where necessary. This should make it easier for partners to co-operate and achieve better and faster results compared to what exists already. Therefore, they build upon relevant existing tools and actions and, where this makes sense, they integrate them into a single coherent policy framework. Flexibility is important; there is not a 'one-size-fits-all' framework.

17 OTHER EU ACTIVITIES/3 Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) 17

18 What are European Institute of Innovation & Technology and Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs)? EIT = highly integrated, creative and excellence-driven partnership which brings together the fields of education, technology, research, business and entrepreneurship, in order to produce new innovations and new innovation models that inspire others to emulate it. They are to become key drivers of sustainable economic growth and competitiveness across Europe through world-leading innovation. The KICs will be driving effective “translation” between partners in ideas, technology, culture, and business models, and will create new business for existing industry and for new endeavours KIC = independent but operational part of the EIT, which puts the innovation web into practice 18

19 KIC model High degree of integration world-class KIC partners from the knowledge triangle Long term strategic approach – 7 years (minimum) Autonomy and flexibility: org. structure and activities governed by a Board of KIC Effective governance Smart funding: EIT funding to KICs max. 25% Co-location model: 5-6 world class innovation hotspot building Results – high impact oriented activities: Business plan, results, impact 19

20 The first three KICs and co-location centres 20

21 EIT in Horizon 2020 WHY? alignment of priorities synergies knowledge triangle integration MAIN PRINCIPLES two waves of KICs (2014-2018) mid term review budget 21 H2020 EIT 1.54 bn € 2014-2017 1.65 bn € 2018-2020

22 Future KICs themes (proposed) 1st wave: 2014 (tbc) Innovation for healthy living and active ageing Food4Future - sustainable supply chain from resources to consumers Raw materials – sustainable exploration, extraction, processing and recycling 2nd wave: 2018 (tbc) Urban mobility Added-value manufacturing Smart secure societies 22

23 The European Institute of Innovation and Technology: Fostering Innovation and Strengthening Synergies within the EU http://eitdublin.teamwork.fr/en/ 23

24 Malta - KIC The Republic of Malta, through joint collaboration between several ministries and national entities is preparing to submit an application to participate in a “Knowledge and Innovation Community” (KIC) initiative. This initiative, which will be launched by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology in 2014, will have an investment volume of up to €1.6 billion. The lead institution for this application is Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany, which is working closely with Maltese stakeholders through the Malta Council for Science and Technology, to develop a proposal that addresses the societal challenge of a progressively ageing population in Europe and beyond. The Honourable Dr. Joseph Muscat, Prime Minister of Malta, has stated that “the Maltese government fully supports this Knowledge and Innovation Community initiative which is being spearheaded by Leuphana University, having as its local coordinating entity the Malta Council for Science and Technology”. http://www.mcst.gov.mt/all/policy-strategy/internationalization-opportunities/eu1-6-billion-optimise-healthy-and-active 24

25 Dear Dr Kinkorova, Thank you for your message and all information, you've kindly sent me. As declared before, we are open to any collaboration with the Czech groups/institutions in the field of KIC Health. The list of 4-5 leading partners seriously interested in the participation in the future CC would be welcome. The conditions to be accepted as KIC/CC partners are: i) scientific excellence in the field of Health Sciences; ii) personal and institutional collaborative potential; iii) financial stability (to cover annual KIC/CC contribution in cash and in kind); At the moment we are organizing the meeting of the Polish partners and trying to keep in touch with potential Middle/Eastern European partners. I'll inform you about new initiatives. With best greetings from Krakow Andrzej Adamski Rector's Proxy for KICs and CCs Andrzej Adamski, Ph.D. Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry Ingardena 3 PL 30-060 Krakow 25

26 Děkuji Vám za pozornost Judita Kinkorová HCP Health Technologické centrum AV ČR kinkorova@tc.cz  www.tc.cz 26


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