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1 HORIZON 2020: New Scientific Funding Opportunities to Improve Global Research Efforts Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Dmitri Chicherin, D.Sc. (Tech.) | Research Liaison Officer | Research Support Services Aalto University, Finland Monday, 5 August 2013

2 Outline  Objectives and key features of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions  Achievements of Marie Curie Actions FP3-FP7  Types of Actions  Emphasis on US participation  Success rates  Preliminary deadlines │ 2 Dmitri Chicherin Marie Skłodowska-Curie and Pierre Curie

3 Why (for US)?  Funding for individual researcher mobility to and from Europe  Funding for secondments from EU to US universities, research organization and companies  Also administrative, managerial & technical staff  Participation in networks of early-stage researchers’ training  Funding for US in exceptional cases │ 3 Dmitri Chicherin

4 Funding for US and other industrialized countries (draft)  the participation is deemed essential for carrying out the action by the Commission or the relevant funding body or  funding is provided for under a bilateral scientific and technological agreement or any other arrangement │ 4 Dmitri Chicherin

5 Third countries: EU contribution, success rate (all EU FP7 projects) EU average: 300 k€ US: 40 k€ Average success rates in FP7 ( ) Average contribution per applicant in FP7 ( ) EU average: 21 % US: 26 %

6 │ 6 Objectives of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions  Ensure the optimum development and dynamic use of Europe’s intellectual capital in order to generate new skills and innovation  Develop and diversify researchers skills, support their career  Improve mobility and transfer of knowledge  Develop mutually-beneficial research co-operation inside Europe and between Europe and third countries  Encourage researchers to stay in Europe and to come  Enhance business – academia collaboration  Influence general public through outreach activities  Attract people to research Dmitri Chicherin MobilityTrainingCareer

7 │ 7 Achievements of Marie Curie Actions ( )  fellows to date  More than PhD supported in FP7  Marie Curie researchers coming from all over the world  Marie Curie host organisations in more than 80 countries  46 % of researchers coming to EU from industrialised countries stay in Europe after the end of the IIF fellowship  38 % women participation in FP7 MCA, close to the 40% target  Bridging the academia-business gap: ~8.000 secondments / recruitments in ~750 FP7 MCA projects  ports/fifth_fp7_monitoring_report.pdf, 104 pp. ports/fifth_fp7_monitoring_report.pdf Dmitri Chicherin

8 │ 8 Key features of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions  Proposed 5.75 B€ for (in : 4.7 B€)  Research excellence  Triple-i: international, inter-sectoral, interdisciplinary  Bottom-up approach  Main EU programme providing structured doctoral training, including industrial doctorates  Excellent employment & working conditions, in line with the EU Charter and Code for Researchers  Mobility rule: less than 12 months during last 3 yrs. in the Host Country  Two categories  ESR: Early stage researcher = M.Sc. + 0 years … M.Sc. + 4 years (FTE, Full time equivalent)  ER: Experienced researcher = PhD/D.Sc. or M.Sc. + ≥ 4 years (FTE) Dmitri Chicherin

9 Academic / Non-academic │ 9 Individual Fellowships (IF) for Experienced researchers  Mobility rule: less than 12 months during last 3 yrs. in Host Country Dmitri Chicherin European Union & Associated Countries*Third Countries, incl. US *Switzerland, Israel, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, Republic of Moldova European Fellowships Academic / Non-academic 1-2 yrs. European Fellowships 1-2 yrs. Global Fellowships 1-2 yrs. 1 yr. Reintegration Fellowships some time spent ≥3 yrs. spent 1-2 yrs. may include secondments ≤3 or 6 months may include secondments ≤3 or 6 months

10 │ 10 IF: Mobility rule (restriction) - more complex examples US researcher has resided and worked eligible for a European in France for 11 months Fellowship in France Dmitri Chicherin US researcherhas resided and worked in EU at least 3 years; spent less than 1 year in US during last 3 years eligible for a Global Fellowship in US with return phase to EU

11 │ 11 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) Dmitri Chicherin Academic / Non-academic  Mobility rule: less than 12 months during last 3 yrs. in Host Country  Secondees continue to be employed and receive salary  Consortium agreement not required  Project up to 4 years, up to 500 researcher-months European Union & Associated CountriesThird Countries, incl. US Academic / Non-academic secondments 1-12 months secondments 1-12 months reintegration ≥ secondment ≥6 months research and vice versa (but outgoing from US are not funded by EU) Min. 2 organizations /different EU countries US ( ): 162 organizations, 111 projects

12 │ 12 Innovative Training Networks (ITN) for Early Stage Researchers  European Training Networks (ETN)  European Industrial Doctorates (EID)  European Joint Doctorates (EJD)  Triple-i  Early Stage Researchers: ≤ 4 yrs. of research, no doctor’s degree  : possibility for funding of up to 20 % of Experienced Researchers  Not in the draft of Horizon 2020 Work Programme, tbc  Joint supervision  3-36 months, up to 500 researcher-months  US: can participate, no direct funding unless justified  1 ITN project by now, Dmitri Chicherin

13 │ 13 Award criteria Dmitri Chicherin ImpactImpact ExcellenceExcellence Implemen- tation 50 % 30 % 20 %

14 │ 14 Funding principles and current ( ) rates  Researcher (experience 4-10 yrs) with family, 1 year fellowship to Finland: 104 k€  RISE in H2020: single flat rate allowance (now €/m) Dmitri Chicherin Living allowanceMobility allowance Research, training and networking Overheads and Management Country correction coefficient Family allowance 38, 58, 87 k€/year include social costs 700 €/month300 €/month Estonia 0.76, Belgium 1.0, US 1.0, UK 1.09, Finland 1.12, Norway 1.31, Denmark €/month700 €/month or 10% of direct cost + max 10 % of total

15 │ 15 Success rates in FP7 Marie Curie actions Dmitri Chicherin Future RISEITNFuture IF

16 │ 16 First 25 host organisation locations, Marie Curie actions Dmitri Chicherin Training

17 Dmitri Chicherin │ 17 First 25 nationalities of researchers, Marie Curie actions

18 │ 18 Preliminary deadlines (from H2020 drafts, 6/21/2013) Dmitri Chicherin ActionPrelim. deadlinePublication date ITN (Innovative Training Networks) 4/8/2014 1/21/ /2013 9/2/2014 IF (Individual Fellowships )4/10/2014 4/14/ /2013 9/30/2014 RISE (Research and Innovation Staff Exchange) 1/15/20159/30/2014

19 Thank you! Dmitri Chicherin Research Liaison Officer Aalto University, Finland For more information: │ 19


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