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Arnolds Ūbelis, 10 02 2005 Some facts about Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP5 and FP 6 programmes Towards FP 7 Dr.A. Ū belis 10.02.2005 Latvian.

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1 Arnolds Ūbelis, Some facts about Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP5 and FP 6 programmes Towards FP 7 Dr.A. Ū belis Latvian NCP System Plenārsēde Eiropas Savienības finansēta zinātne Latvijā un Latvijas Universitātē Plenary session EU financed Research in Latvia and at the University of Latvia gada 10. februārī, ceturtdienā, plkst , Raiņa bulvārī 19, Lielajā aulā

2 Arnolds Ūbelis, Community RTD the story so far 1957: EURATOM treaty; Joint Research Centre set up 1983: ESPRIT programme 1984: First Framework Programme ( ), followed by 4 successive Framework Programmes (up to 2002) 1987: “European Single Act” - science becomes a Community responsibility; – Second Framework Programme ( ) 1993: Treaty on European Union; role of RTD in the EU enlarged 1998: Proposal for Fifth Framework Programme 2001: Proposal for the Sixth Framework Programme ( ), European Research Area Concept 2005: Proposal for Seventh Framework Programme INFO:

3 Arnolds Ūbelis, Budgets of the EU framework programmes

4 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP5 and FP 6 programmes Status on YEAR Requested, MEUR Retained, MEUR Number of Applica- tions Retained, Projects Reserve, Above treshold Success % ,0853, ,9952, ,5485, , Total in FP5 79,37115, ,2 FP6 Calls 2003&4 Above 100,000 MEUR > 13,400 > 596> (50) ~ 22,8

5 Arnolds Ūbelis, Baltic neighbours in EU Fifth Framework competition Information collected at Nordic and Baltic NCP seminars , , Germany, Hannover conf and from the INTERNET. Dr. A.Ūbelis LatviaEstoniaLithuaniaFinlandSweden (aprox.) Number of projects Number of successful projects Coordinated projects 12 ? ? Success rate, % ,830,7 31,5 25,0 Money in successful projects, millions euro 15, 014,9 Updating time February 2003 November 2002 August 2002 Final Febr.2004 January 2002 % of RTD fin- ancing from GDP 0,2-0,4 Year ,79 Year ,69 Year ,49 Year ,27 Year 2001

6 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in Sixth framework programme Status on Seventh priority:Citizens and governance in a knowledge-based society Years 2003 & 2004 Kopējais iesniegto projektu skaits42 Atbalstāmo (Retained) projektu skaits4 t.sk. IP16 t.sk. NoE13 (3) t.sk. STREP11 t.sk. SSA0 t.sk. CA2 (1) Rezerves saraksts (reserve list) projektu skaits4 Slieksni pārsniegušo (above treshold) projektu skaits1 Kopējais Latvijas dalībnieku skaits47 t.sk. atbalstāmie4 Kopējais sagaidāmais finansējums, € Kopējais prasītais finansējums, €

7 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in Sixth framework programme Status on Seventh priority:Citizens and governance in a knowledge-based society 1 NoE.1 48 m 60 partn. Efficient and Democratic Governance in a Multi-level Europe, CONNEX (Citizens-1) Mrs.Beate Kohler-Koch, UniversitatManheim, Social Science Faculty, DE, Mr. Norbert Reich, Rīgas Juridiskā Augstskola, LV, Tel.: , 2 NoE.1 48 m 51partn. Wider Europe, deeper integration? “Constructing Europe” Network EU-CONSENT, Prof. Wolfgang Wessels Universitat zu Koln, Mr. Atis Lejiņš Latvian Institute of International Affairs 3 NoE.1 60 m 48 partn. Creating Links and Over- views for a New Research Agenda for a Growing Europe and its History CLIOHRES.net, Prof.Isaacs Ann Katherine Univer- sita degli studi di Pisa, Department of Modern and Contemporary History Prof. Ausma Cimdiņa, Department of Baltic Studies, University of Latvia 4 CA, 36 m 15 partn Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations CAHRV University of Osnabruck, Dept. of Educ. DE Mrs Hagemann-White Carol Center for Gender Studies, University of Latvia, Dr.Irina Novikova

8 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in Sixth framework programme Status on IP - 7th Priority Knowledge Society ; Citizens Numbers of partners from different countries in unsuccessful and successful projects

9 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in Sixth framework programme Status on Horizontal activity:Science and Society Years 2003 & 2004 Kopējais iesniegto projektu skaits17 Atbalstāmo (Retained) projektu skaits5 t.sk. IP0 t.sk. NoE0 t.sk. STREP3 (2) t.sk. SSA12 (4) t.sk. CA6 Rezerves saraksts (reserve list) projektu skaits1 Slieksni pārsniegušo (above treshold) projektu skaits1 Kopējais Latvijas dalībnieku skaits18 t.sk. atbalstāmie6 Kopējais sagaidāmais finansējums, € Kopējais prasītais finansējums, €

10 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP 6 programme (Thematic Priorities) Status on Contact point system for EC 6IP in Latvia Thematic priority Applications (participants) Successful projects Success Rate % Reserve list Above Thres- hold Expected EURs for Latvia BioTechHealth31(34)5(6)16, IST IST+Nanomat Nano+6A&6B 117(144) 13(13) 7(12) 18(21) 2(2) ? 15,4 ? 00?00? NanoMatPro82(96)?18(21)? Aero&Space12(12)5(5)41, Global Energy Transport 29(35) 12(13) 16(16) 11(12) 3(4) 3(3) 37,9 25,0 12, ?20? Food32(36)7(7)21, Knowledge soc42(47)4(4)9, Total393(460)76(84)19,

11 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP 6 programme (Thematic Priorities) Status on Contact point system for EC 6IP in Latvia Cross cutting activities Applications (participants) Successful projects Success Rate % Reser ve list Above Thres- hold Expected EURs for Latvia Res.Orient.Policy12(13)6(7) NEST8(12)1(1)12, SME activities55(87)8(13)14, INCO ACC-SSA general 13(13) 13(24) 2(2) 7(7) 15,3 53, ERA-NET7(7)6(6) INNOVATION16(18)5(5)31, H.. Res&Mob34(34)9(9)26, Res.Infrastruc15(17)3(4) SCI&SOCIETY17(18)5(6)29, EUROATOM13(13) Total203(256)61(67)

12 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP 6 programme Status on Projects Total Projects by type 596 Applica- tions 136 Successful Res.list 13 Above tresh.41 % Success rate Reserve List 18 Above treshold 53 Finland IP ,6 115 NoE STREP ,7 97 SSA ,0 CA ,2 CRAFT Coll.Res. Others ,3 9,0 15,6

13 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in FP 6 programme Human resources and MObility

14 Arnolds Ūbelis, European Union policy to support research Towards FP7 In June 2004, the Commission published its 'guidelines for future European Union policy to support research, which outlined a six plus two structure. The six major axes are: - creating poles of excellence; - launching technological initiatives in key industrial areas; - stimulating competition between fundamental research teams; - reinforcing human resources; - developing research infrastructures of European interest; - reinforcing coordination of national programmes. The 'plus two' refers to the two relatively new areas to receive EU research funding - space and security

15 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH In building the knowledge society to ensure the competitiveness of European enterprises, it will be necessary to concentrate on the Barcelona target of investing 3% of GDP in R&D and on the rapid adoption of the forthcoming 7 th Framework Programme (FP 7) and Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP). The following points need to be stressed:

16 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH 1. Faster progress towards the target of 3% of GDP for R&D expenditure through better co-ordination across Member States and on the European level by the application of the Open Method of Co-ordination, using CREST as a platform for co-ordination, has to be achieved. In this context, the setting up of national R&D spending targets as part of national action plans (see below) is to be welcomed;

17 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH 2. The adoption in 2006 of FP 7, ensuring continuity with FP 6 and including certain cross-cutting principles, in particular: European added value and increasing coordination between national and European research efforts; Promotion of excellence in European research, not least through new initiatives in basic research; Promotion of technological innovation, as well as research and development for key technologies; Facilitation of participation by all relevant parties, in particular SMEs; Simplification, improvement and acceleration of administrative and financial procedures; Reinforcement of access to loans from the European Investment Bank for the funding of major EU R&D projects and infrastructures; Coherence and synergy between the major lines of action of the programme and with CIP;

18 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH 3. More favourable framework conditions, including possible fiscal measures, for both public and private R&D, through the reform of public research centres and universities and the revision of the existing State Aid Framework ; 4. Ensuring the competitiveness of European enterprises through better research cooperation and technology transfer between public research and private companies, achieved on the basis of best practice through public-private partnerships, poles of excellence and innovation clusters, in particular for SMEs;

19 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH 5. The development of the European Research Area through the emergence of a trans-European labour market for researchers with a view to: - promoting mobility between the public and private sectors, with special attention being paid to the role of women in science and to science awareness, in particular for young people; ensuring the attractiveness of European R&D for world-class European and third country researchers. 6. Encouraging the growth of SMEs, in particular young research- intensive SMEs, by increasing and facilitating their participation in R&D and by creating an optimal environment for the start-ups and development of innovative projects for the market, for all sectors of the economy;

20 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH 7. The adoption of CIP in This programme should pay particular attention to the specific needs of SMEs – in particular research-intensive high-tech SMEs and innovative SMEs in the traditional sectors. The Open Method of Co-ordination in the framework of the European Charter for SMEs and related instruments should be pursued and strengthened, by improving the reporting process, particularly at participant level. In promoting innovation, due weight should be given to the development and diffusion of eco-innovation projects and eco- technologies;

21 Arnolds Ūbelis, Input from the Competitiveness Council to the Spring European Council 2005 POLICY RECOMMANDATIONS IN KEY AREAS 1. KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION FOR GROWTH 8. Carrying forward the preparatory work on the European Space Programme (ESP) in close co-operation with the European Space Agency (ESA) to establish a coherent framework for European space policy and to tap the substantial innovation and industrial potential in this area for the benefit of the European knowledge society as a whole; 9. Information technology research and infrastructure development (including broadband and space-based communications) should be supported, with the aim of reinforcing communication technologies and improving industrial competitiveness, and should ensure an information society open to all. The Commission’s forthcoming initiative “i2010-European Information Society” will also contribute to the further development of the information society in Europe.

22 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in Sixth framework programme C entres of Excellence first slide InstituteFP6 projects, Inst. of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy, UL Prof. J.Spigulis Phone: 4 succesful projects, 14 applications Institute of Solid State Physics, UL Prof. A.Sternbergs 4 succesful projects, 13 applications Institute of Physics, University of Latvia Dr. J.Freibergs Phone: 2 succesful projects, 10 applications Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry Dr.Bruno Andersons 4 succesful projects, 16 applications Institute of Materials and Structures, RTU Prof. R.Rikards 7 succesful projects, 10 applications Biomedical Research and Study Centre, UL Prof. Elmārs Grēns 7 succesful projects, 11 applications Institute of Polymer mechanics, UL Dr.J.Jansons 3 succesful projects, 6 applications Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis Dr. A.Kalviņš 0 succesful projects, 5 applications

23 Arnolds Ūbelis, Participation of RTD community of Latvia in Sixth framework programme c entres of Excellence second slide InstituteFP6 projects, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, UL Dr.h. dat. Jānis Bārzdiņš, 6 succesful Projects, 16 applications Institute of Aquatic Ecology, University of Latvia Dr. ģeogr. Juris Aigars, 1 succesful Projects, 4 applications Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, RTU Dr.habil.sc.ing. 2 succesful Projects, 7 applications Institute of Electronics and Computer Science, UL Prof. Bilinskis Ivars, tel , 2 succesful Projects, 3 applications


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