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1 Preparatory Webinar Workshops 2015 December 11 th, 2014 Cédric Prince Director of Programs Sylvain Cofsky Executive Director

2  Presentation of CARIC and of the upcoming workshops – Cédric Prince, Director of Programs, CARIC  Presentation of GARDN – Sylvain Cofsky, Executive Director, GARDN Agenda

3 Presentation of CARIC Cédric Prince, Director of Program, CARIC Funding partner:

4 Summary  CARIC General Overview – What is CARIC?  CARIC Collaborative Projects – How does it work?  Specific Program of funding – Canada-European Union Coordinated Call  Workshops 2015 – How to submit a project? 4

5 CARIC General Overview What is CARIC? Funding partner:

6 About CARIC  Officially launched in April 2014  $30M financial support from Industry Canada Honourable James Moore, announcing his endorsement of the creation of a new national aerospace research and technology network. “Collaborative approaches to R&D yield better results for both participants and the economy. This is particularly true for an industry like aerospace, in which R&D is a costly, long-term undertaking.” – Emerson Report 6

7 7 CARIC’s Mission 1. To facilitate communications and collaboration among aerospace companies, researchers and academics… …and provide financial support to collaborative R&TD projects.

8 8 CARIC’s Mission 2.To launch initiatives whose primary purpose is to: – serve as catalysts for collaboration that can help to overcome the silo effects; – promote faster, more relevant R&D.

9 Our raison d’être  Our core business: R&D projects that lead to innovative solutions – Industry focused  Our vision: a key facilitator for the Canadian aerospace research and technology development 9

10 Outcomes - Metrics 1)CARIC accelerates aerospace research  Research projects launched (TRL 1-6)  Involvement: academia, research centers and industry  Funding provided and leveraging factor  Technologies developed 2) CARIC supports student training  Students trained  Involvement of colleges

11 Outcomes - Metrics (cont’d) 3) CARIC facilitates aerospace network outreach  Research Forum & Workshops on cutting edge research fields  Web Community Portal usage 4) CARIC supports the innovation system  Inventory of research infrastructures  Technological road-mapping  Mobilizing SMEs

12 Tackling Real-World Issues  Fabrication costs (new materials, robotics, optimized processes)  Cost of operations (optimized routes (IT), avionics, control systems)  Protection of the environment (fuels, optimized routes, noise reduction)  Airborne security (information systems, sensors, certification of materials)  Airfield security (sensors for traffic control, de-icing)  Well-being of the crew and passengers (interior design, human factors)  Training (simulation) 12

13 Coast-to-Coast Footprint Toronto Ottawa Montréal Head office Regional office Halifax Winnipeg 13 Vancouver

14 TRL Product timeline Product development, manufacturing, in-service, end of life Fundamental Research Canadian Aerospace Research Continuum 14 Demonstrations Applied Research Technology Push & Requirements Pull

15 CARIC Collaborative Projects How does it work? Funding partner:

16 1 st Research Forum  Jointly with CRIAQ’s 7 th Forum  April 16-17, 2014  Official launch of CARIC  1,300 registered participants  89 submitted project ideas  10 represented countries 16 Focus: generate project ideas

17 Research Themes Program management framework Acoustics, noise control, environment, security, icing (ENV) Composites (COMP) Modeling, simulation, multidisciplinary optimization (MDO) Air operation and human factors - organizational innovation (OPR) Diagnostics, pronostics, surveillance of components (DPHM) Product and system development, productivity (PLE-P) Autonomous systems (AUT) Interior design (INT) Supply chain optimization and LEAN (LEAN) Avionics and control (AVIO) Manufacturing and assembly processes, quality assurance (MANU) 17

18 Low TRL – Understanding Technology Mid TRL – Maturing Technology Partnership2 industrial partners + 2 academic partners Stacking limit 75% CARIC funding max. 10% of eligible project expenditures max. 50% of eligible project expenditures Funding recipients Universities or colleges delivered Industries delivered 18 Collaborative Projects CARIC funds 2 types of research programs

19 Partnership Funding (including indirect costs) Intellectual Property  Industry-led projects  Universities, colleges and research centers delivered  A minimum of 2 industrial partners + 2 academic partners  Typical duration: 3-4 years  Maximum public funding: 75% of eligible project expenditures  Maximum NSERC leverage applied on Industry cash and in- kind contribution  CARIC contribution (non-refundable): 10% of eligible project expenditures  Funding from other programs used when available  Funding recipients: universities or colleges  CARIC generic Project Agreement (mandatory) Understanding-technology Projects (LOW-TRLs) Guidelines

20 Funding Scenarios Low TRL-Projects – Provincial Funding 20 NSERC $50k Provincial $15k Industries $25k in-kind $25k Total Project Value: $125k $100k cash $25k in-kind Max. 75% in public funding CARIC $10k

21 Funding Scenarios Low TRL-Projects – No Provincial Funding CARIC $10k in-kind $30k Total Project Value: $130k $100k cash $30k in-kind Max. 75% in public funding Industries $30k 21 NSERC $60k

22 22 p. 22 Submission of NSERC proposal Completion of the NSERC application (or other application for funding) Maximum 2 months New submission to Scientific Committee Comments provided by the Committee. Invitation to resubmit the project Project conducted out of the CARIC framework NSERC decision 3-4 months Signature of CARIC Agreement Maximum 2 months Project Agreement circulating Understanding-technology Projects (LOW-TRLs) Typical approval process Scientific Committee Decision Submission of Project Statement Approval Refusal

23 Partnership Funding (including indirect costs) Intellectual Property  Industry-led projects  Industry delivered  A minimum of 2 industrial partners + 2 academic partners  Strongly recommended to include an SME (evaluation criteria)  Typical duration: 2-3 years  Industry contribution: 50% of eligible project expenditures  CARIC contribution (non-refundable): 50% of eligible project expenditures  Funding from other programs used when available  Funding recipients: industries  High level IP guidelines provided  A specific project Agreement (generic template provided by CARIC) Maturing-technology Projects (MID- TRLs) Guidelines

24 Funding Scenarios Mid TRL-Projects 24 CARIC + others $50k Industries $50k Total Project Value: $100k (cash + in-kind)

25 25 Maturing-technology Projects (MID- TRLs) Typical approval process Maximum 4 months Signature of Project Agreement Signature of Project Agreement Approval p. 25 New submission to Scientific Committee Comments provided by the Committee. Invitation to resubmit the project Project conducted out of the CARIC framework Scientific Committee Decision Submission of Project Statement Refusal

26 Specific Program of funding: Canada-European Union Coordinated Call Funding partner:

27 1.Reducing environmental impact through advanced design of novel aircraft configurations 2. Reducing engine and airframe noise through improved design or novel materials applications 3.Resource-efficient high-performance development of materials and manufacturing processes 4.Reducing energy consumption through more electrical aircraft and highly integrated systems Canada-EU Collaboration (2015) 27 Areas of common interest :

28 Canada-European Union Collaborations Canada-European Union Coordinated Call Partnership (TRL 2-4) Canada: minimum 2 industrial + 2 academic partners EU: minimum 3 independent organizations from 3 different EU member states Stacking limit75% CARIC funding up to 50% of the Canadian side’s eligible expenditures Funding destinationAcademic and industrial 28

29 Partnership Funding (including indirect costs) Separate budget for Canadian side Intellectual Property  Industry-led projects  Universities, colleges and industry delivered  A minimum of 2 industrial partners + 2 academic partners in Canada  A minimum of 3 independent organizations from 3 different EU member state  Joint proposal among Canadian and European partners  Typical duration: 3-4 years  Industry contribution of 25% of eligible project expenditures  NSERC contribution of 25% of eligible project expenditures  CARIC contribution of 50% (non-refundable) of eligible project expenditures  Funding recipients: universities,colleges and industries  A negotiated international project Agreement Canada-European Union Coordinated Call Guidelines

30 Approval Process (CARIC manages the evaluation process on the Canadian side. Separate approval process; coordinated decision) Formal submission of proposals by April 23rd, 2015 (coordinated call deadline)  CARIC:  Scientific Committee  Approves relevance of project and budget summary according to call topics, objectives and partnership balance  NSERC:  Approves research proposal  Approval based on scientific merit  Evaluation by expert committees in Canada and in Europe; ranking on both sides  Coordination for final ranking and decision Note: Project Agreement must be signed within 3 months from NSERC’s approval Canada-EU Collaboration Guidelines

31 Funding Scenarios Canada-EU Collaboration 31 Industries $25k Project Value: $100k (cash + in-kind) (Canadian side) Max. 75% in public funding CARIC $50k NSERC $25k

32 CARIC - GARDN Workshops 2015 How to submit a project idea? Funding partner:

33 4 Workshops will be organised early 2015 in order to:  Foster collaboration between aerospace stakeholders  Generatate projects ideas  Promote and present CARIC and GARDN 33 CARIC-GARDN Workshops's objectives

34 CARIC-GARDN Workshops - Agenda Montreal Workshop: January 20 th, 2015 Toronto Workshop: January 22 nd, 2015 Winnipeg Workshop: February 3 rd, 2015 Vancouver Workshop: February 5 th,

35 35 CARIC Project ideas submission  Propose collaborative research project ideas based on aerospace industry’s needs and stakes  Presentation of projects currently being discussed within your networks  Do not restrict yourself:  Open innovation context (LEAN, OPR, PLE-P out-of-the box)  National network of potential collaborators  Use the CARIC template  2 pages/ project template  Submit in English or in French  Submit before deadline to

36 Organization Name Speaker Name Generic template

37 Descriptions of the Need & Research Objectives PROJECT TRL Level start DURATION TRL Level end CONTINUATION OF A PROJECT (Please remove text if not applicable.) OPEN TO INTL (Please remove text if not applicable.) Generic template

38 Expertise sought Potential Partners PROJECT DURATION TRL Level start TRL Level end CONTINUATION OF A PROJECT (Please remove text if not applicable.) OPEN TO INTL (Please remove text if not applicable.) Generic template

39 39 CARIC Project ideas submission (cont’d)  Who can submit a project idea? – Large and Medium-sized companies – SMEs (CARIC prior analysis) – Universities, Colleges and research centres (CARIC prior analysis) industrial endorsement (letter of support)

40 8:15-8:45 Participant Registration 8:45-12:15 CARIC Projects  Presentation of CARIC  Project ideas presentation by participants  Exchanges between participants in round tables 12:15-13:30Networking Lunch 13:30-17:15 GARDN Projects  Presentation of GARDN  Project ideas presentation by participants  Exchanges between participants in round tables 17:15Cocktail CARIC-GARDN Workshops Agenda 40

41 Important Dates – pre-Workshops 41 * Subject to funding availability January 13 th, 2015 January 27 th, 2015 Fill out the template and send it at: 2 different dates to submit* your project ideas: For workshops in F For workshops in Montreal Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver

42 Important Dates – post-Workshops 42 February 10 th, 2015 * Selon la disponibilité des fonds / ** Dates à déterminer Submission of LOW and MID TRLs proposals Submission of CAN-UE Coordinated Call proposals Possibility to evaluate LOW and MID TRLs proposals April 23 rd, 2015 September,** dates to submit* your proposals for evaluation by CARIC Scientific Committee: Submission of LOW and MID TRLs proposals

43 Thank you! To register to the Workshops: Funding partner:

44 For any questions on project ideas submission, please contact: For CARIC For GARDN


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