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1 Writing FP7 proposals November 2008 Astrakan Jan Dekelver KHK-Kempen

2 Agenda Introduction Contents of FP7 calls in 2008 FP7 proposal writing Rules for participation

3 Annual FP budgets 1984-2013 Source: EC annual report 2003 & FP7 budget € billion Introduction

4 EU projects – central support model grant agreement Form A Cons. Agreement Financial Reporting Audits, Amendments pre-proposal proposalproject project orientation in FP7 proofreading: conformity check of part B preparatory funding ? idea provide early information ‘briefing’ NCP & committees negotation Conformity check Forms prep. part A Administrative, legal and financial issues IPR, NDA, LoI, MoU… GPF (Contract Prep Form) Check DoW ; IP and Budget check and advice contact with EC pro- act. Introduction ‘briefing’ EC, PO, participation in ETP EU Liaisons

5 Overview of funding opportunities Calls Introduction

6 7th Framework Programme (FP7) FP7 in general 2007-2013 50.5 billion € 2.7 billion € 3.6 billion € Cooperation Collaborative research 123145768109 Ideas Frontier research People Human Potential Capacities Research capacity 7 European Research Council Marie Curie Actions 654321 JRC non nuclear EURATOM JRC nuclear 123 Competitiveness & Innovation Framework Programme EURATOM CIP

7 7th Framework Programme (FP7) FP7 in general 2007-2013 Cooperation Collaborative research 123145768109

8 Cooperation: 10 thematic priorities 1. Health (6050 M€) 2. Food-Agriculture- Biotechnology (1935 M€) 3. ICT (9110 M€) 4. Nanosciences-Materials- NewProduction (3500 M€) 5. Energy (2300 M€) 6. Environment (1900 M€) 7. Transport (4180 M€) 8. Socio-economic sciences & humanities (610 M€) 9. Space (1430 M€) 10. Security (1350 M€) FP7 in general Cooperation (32.4 billion €)

9 Cooperation Multi-national, multi-partner projects (~6-8 or 15-20 partners from EU) 10 theme’s – top-down research topics – industry (SMEs) Specific conditions  3 partners from 3  MS/AC 75% funding for RTD in collaborative projects (100% for coordination & support actions) Time 2-5 years Budget 0.5–12 Mio € (theme- dep.) FP7 in general

10 Where do the topics come from? 2008 call details  European Technology Platforms (ETP) Objective: strengthen public-private partnership Actions: develop long-term common vision on the research field build & implement research programme (FP7, public/private funds) 30 Technology Platforms:

11 “SPECIFIC PROGRAMME” COOPERATION “SPECIFIC PROGRAMME” COOPERATION “Thematic priority / Theme” 1. Health “Thematic priority / Theme” 1. Health “Topic” HIV drug discovery “Topic” HIV drug discovery dependent on call 1-5 calls in 2008 2007-2013 Cooperation: FP7 glossary 2008 call details “Call identifier” FP7-HEALTH-2008-1 “Call identifier” FP7-HEALTH-2008-1 “Activity / Challenge” 1.2. Translating research “Activity / Challenge” 1.2. Translating research “Area / Objective” 1.2.3. Major infectious diseases “Area / Objective” 1.2.3. Major infectious diseases

12 Structure of FP7 proposal Part A: Administrative data + Budget A1: Summary A2: Participants A3: Budget Part B: Scientific description Cover page Scientific and/or technical quality Implementation Impact Ethical issues – gender aspects FP7 proposal writing

13 Relevant Documents Important documents for proposal preparation: Call fiche (topics, deadlines) Work programme (objectives, policy, impact) Guide for applicants (guidelines on proposal writing) Governing documents Rules for participation Financial regulations Guidelines for evaluators Guidelines for EPSS – electronic proposal submission FP7 proposal writing

14 Evaluation criteria in FP6 and 7 Yellow Research FP7 proposal writing

15 How proposals are evaluated ~Hyperion 100 proposals ELIGIBILITY Threshold Commission10 eliminated S & T quality >3/5 Implementation >3/5 Impact >3/5 External evaluators 50 eliminated Evaluation by 40 proposals Prioritise projects Panel+Commission 20 eliminated 12+8 funded Lists published (rejected – funded – reserve) FP7 proposal writing

16 FP7 evaluation criteria in detail FP7 proposal writing

17 Where to find the gaps and gap-filling- policies: –Work programme –DG research – –European Research Advisory Board – –White paper & Green paper – – –Technology Platforms: strategic research agendas – FP7 proposal writing

18 Example: ICT call independent living action line 3.7: ICT for independent living and inclusion call ICT-2007.7.2 Accessible and inclusive ICT, subitem Stronger RTD capacity through delivery of proof of concept for ICT solutions facilitating social inclusion of marginalized young people

19 INCLUSO's AIMS and GOALS INCLUSO aims to deliver a verifiable proof that ICT, and more precisely, social software tools, can facilitate social inclusion of marginalized young people. INCLUSO will make suggestions for future research and development, based on desk research, expert input, pilot projects in 4 countries, the development of a measurement tool to screen evolution in social inclusion/exclusion and a business and sustainability model for organizations working with ICT in the area of social inclusion.

20 pre-proposalproposal project 3-4 months concept evaluation & negotation Proposal writing: timelines FP7 proposal writing idea deadlinestart dateopening call 3-6 months2-5 years3-4 monthslong term pro-active priority briefing of EC one-page- proposal circulate among core partners select partners distribution of work consortium meeting workpackages, management, exploitation & dissemination compile proposal – proofreading by collegues, DOC, NCP submit proposal

21 14-4-201521 WHO can participate? Any company, university, research centre, organisation or individual, legally established in: Member States (MS): the EU-27 Associated countries (AC): Third Countries : not a MS or an AC ICPC - International Cooperation Partner Countries International organisations and participants from third countries can participate only if in addition to the minima Minimum conditions: at least 3 participants from 3 different MS or AC, independent from each other

22 28-11-0822 International Co-operation Partner Countries (ICPC) ACP - AFRICAN Angola Benin Botswana Burkina-Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo (Republic) Congo (Democratic Rep. of) Côte d’Ivoire Djibouti Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe - CARIBBEAN Barbados Belize Cuba Dominica Dominican Rep. Grenada Guyana Haiti Jamaica Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and Grenadines Suriname Trinidad and Tobago - PACIFIC Cook Islands Timor Leste Fiji Kiribati Marshall Islands Micronesia, Federal States of Nauru Niue Palau Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Tonga Tuvalu Vanuatu Samoa ASIA Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Burma/ Myanmar Cambodia China India Indonesia Iran Iraq Lao People's Democratic Republic Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Nepal Oman Pakistan Philippines Sri Lanka Thailand Vietnam Yemen EASTERN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA (EECA) Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyz Republic Moldova Russia Tajikistan Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan LATIN AMERICA Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela MEDITERRANEA N PARTNER COUNTRIES (MPC) Algeria Egypt Jordan Lebanon Libya Morocco Palestinianadministere d areas Syrian Arab Rep. Tunisia WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES (WBC) Albania Bosnia-Herzegovina Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Montenegro Serbia Annex 1 of the 2007 'Cooperation' Work Programme


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