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1 Industrial Partners in Horizon 2020 Ben Williams, EU Team, Funding Development, RIS

2 Research and Innovation Service Intro to Horizon 2020 Industrial participation in Horizon 2020 Engaging Industry Agenda

3 Research and Innovation Service The European Team Funding Development Team Martin Hamilton, Head of Funding Development Ben Williams European Manager Sanita Devi EU Finance Officer Keri Dunning European Post Award Administrator Jesús Ortega EU Research Development Manager Maggie Credland EU Funding Administrator Alex Braithwaite EU Finance Officer

4 Research and Innovation Service , €52.521bn 4 “Pillars” Large or small/medium research projects Changes implemented after mid-term review and financial crisis ‘Bridging the gap’ activities, especially in final calls Framework Programme 7

5 Research and Innovation Service European Commission released a proposal on 30 th November 2011 Three broad areas: Tackling Societal Challenges Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks Raising Excellence in the Science Base What is the structure of Horizon 2020?

6 Research and Innovation Service Horizon 2020 vs FP7 Horizon 2020 ObjectiveSpecific AreasFP7 Equivalent Tackling societal challenges Multi-disciplinary, collaborative research projects - Grand Challenges Health, demographic changes and wellbeing Cooperation: Health Theme Food security and bio-based economy Cooperation: Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Biology Theme Secure, clean and efficient energyCooperation: Energy Theme smart, green and integrated transport Cooperation: Transport Theme Resource efficiency and climateCooperation: Environment Theme Inclusive, Innovative and Responsive Societies Cooperation: SSH Theme Secure societiesCooperation: Security Theme Creating industrial leadership & competitive frameworks Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies Cooperation: covering ICT, NMP and Space themes Innovation in SMEs Capacities: Research for the benefit of SMEs Access to risk financeRisk-sharing Finance Facility Raising excellence in the science base ‘Bottom-up’ research European Research Council (ERC) Marie Curie Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Cooperation: ICT theme FET component European research infrastructuresCapacities: Research Infrastructures

7 Research and Innovation Service Not a straight continuation from FP7 Inclusion of Innovation Incorporates 3 funding programmes in the field of research and innovation: The Framework Programme The Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) How will Horizon 2020 differ from FP7?

8 Research and Innovation Service Topics for funding are much broader Topics are less prescriptive Much more emphasis on use of results Uptake of results into products/processes/society requires non-academic partners, and frequently industrial partners How will Horizon 2020 differ from FP7?

9 Research and Innovation Service Duration:7 years, Budget:€70.2 billion awarded Or is it €79bn??!! Duration and Budget

10 Research and Innovation Service The Role of Industry

11 Research and Innovation Service Collaborative projects »Societal Challenges »Roles as RTD performers, end users, quality control, prototyping and proof of concept ITNs »Mandatory non-academic partner »Intersectoral opportunities »Offer placements / training »Little commitment Generally

12 Research and Innovation Service LIET topics (ICT, NMP, Space) JTIs PPPs ITNs – EID scheme Marie Curie RISE Specifically

13 Research and Innovation Service Horizon 2020 will not work without them Better reimbursement of costs ‘Catch up’ with other EU member states BIS has been attempting to redress the imbalance of UK industrial participation since early FP7 compared to DE and FR. Why should they participate?

14 Research and Innovation Service Funding Reimbursement (%) ActivityHorizon 2020FP7 Research and Innovation10075 Innovation100 (70)50 Coordination/support100 Indirect costs2560 One model for all partners

15 Research and Innovation Service Reimbursement vs. FP7 - academia €100k total direct costs identified FP7 60% overheads. 75% reimbursement €100k direct costs €60k indirect costs €160k total €120k reimbursed by EC €75k for research €45k for overheads H % overheads.100% reimbursement €100k direct costs €25k indirect costs €125k total €125k reimbursed by EC €100k for research €25k for overheads

16 Research and Innovation Service Reimbursement vs. FP7 - industry €100k total direct costs identified FP7 20% overheads. 50% reimbursement €100k direct costs €20k indirect costs €120k total €60k reimbursed by EC €50k for research €10k for overheads H % overheads.100% reimbursement €100k direct costs €25k indirect costs €125k total €125k reimbursed by EC €100k for research €25k for overheads

17 Research and Innovation Service Do we manage them? At what level? –Transformation Funds? –Hubs? –Schools? –Faculties? –Personal? Do we need to manage them? How do we manage industrial links?

18 Research and Innovation Service How do we encourage involvement of strategic links, personal links and new links?

19 Research and Innovation Service What barriers do you feel could prevent industry from participating? How can we overcome them? How would you sell H2020 to them?

20 Research and Innovation Service Split into groups Write as many ideas as you can on separate post-its ‘Cluster’ common ideas into groups Barriers

21 Research and Innovation Service Impact – how much impact will the problem identified have on Industrial participation “Solve-ability” – is there an obvious solution immediately? Or not? Barriers

22 Research and Innovation Service Barriers “ Solve-ability ” Impact

23 Research and Innovation Service For the problems that are of high impact and low solve-ability: What could be done to make this lower impact on participation? What could be done to start solving the issue? – e.g. what are the constituent parts of the problem that can be addressed? Barriers – next step

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