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1 Dr. Marc HEPPENER Director of Science and Strategy Development Presentation at NuPECC Long Range Plan launch Bruxelles, 9 December 2010

2 About ESF 2 Independent association of European Science Organisations Established in 1974 Offices in Strasbourg, Brussels, Ostend Budget: 52M in 2008 (incl. COST) Staff: 151 (incl. COST) Brussels, 9 December 2010

3 3 ESF mission The European Science Foundation provides a common platform for its Member Organisations (MOs) in order to: Advance European research Explore new directions for research at the European level (from Strategic Plan 2006-2010) Through its activities the ESF serves the needs of the European research community in a global context. Brussels, 9 December 2010

4 4 ESF Member Organisations 79 Member Organisations (research funding organisations, research performing organisations, academies) 30 countries Brussels, 9 December 2010

5 5 Scientific domains covered by ESF Humanities Life, Earth & Environmental Sciences Medical Sciences Physical and Engineering Sciences Social Sciences Marine Sciences Nuclear Physics Polar Sciences Radio Astronomy Frequencies Space Sciences Brussels, 9 December 2010

6 ERC ESF and partners in the ERA: pluralism Research Institutes Academies National Funding Organisations ALLEA EURO- HORCs Private Foundations EMBOCERNESOESA Universities EUA EC – FP EURABEuroscience HFSP European Associations ISE Academia Europaea European Research Organisation Brussels, 9 December 2010

7 EUROHORCs and ESF Vision On a Globally Competitive ERA and their Road Map for Actions 10 Actions … mandated toLead Organisations 1. Strengthen the relations between science, society and the private sector CNRS (FR) Society MRC (UK) Private Sector 2. Promote research careers and mobility Contact Organisation for EUROHORCs: Tubitak (collaboration with ESF and ERAB) 3. Develop scientific foresight and use its results as basis for joint strategy development ESF (FR) 4. Create a European Grant UnionDFG (DE) 5. Address peer review of proposals at the European level ESF (FR) 6. Develop common approaches to ex post evaluation of funding schemes and research programmes MRC (UK) 7. Create ERA Connect and Regional Clusters of Excellence to shape collaboration between research performing organisations and other research institutions MPG (DE) 8. Develop shared funding and exploitation of research infrastructures DFG (DE) 9. Implement a common policy on Open Access to research results and Permanent Access to research data MPG (DE) 10. Connect European research to the WorldVR (SE)

8 Action N°3: Develop scientific Foresight for joint strategy development Action N°4: Create a European Grant Union Action N°5: Address Peer Review Action N°6: Develop common ex post evaluation Foresight Activities Funding of Cross- border Research by National or Regional Authorities Peer Review Procedures Evaluation of Joint Programmes GPC Framework Conditions for Joint Programming EUROHORCs and ESF Vision On a Globally Competitive ERA and their Road Map for Actions EUROHORCs and ESF Vision versus GPC Framework Conditions for Joint Programming ESF MRCDFG

9 9 Forward Looks Medium - long term scientific perspectives Multidisciplinary topics viewed from a European level Bring together scientists and policy makers from ESF Member Organisations Wide consultation Result in major reports and action plans Brussels, 9 December 2010

10 10 MO Forum on Scientific Foresight for Joint Strategy Development Aim Promotion of Joint Strategy Development in Scientific Foresight in Europe and to develop a European voice for science. Objectives 1.Identify the capacities and best practices for foresight 2.Map national foresight exercises and to propose harmonisation per user communities 3.Identify the needs and gaps of MOs regarding foresight to define how to address those needs at a European level by existing or new capacities 4.Coordinate and develop appropriate joint foresight processes 5.Organise impact assessment in order to identify ways to enhance the implementation of results (Perception Audit and Stakeholder Mapping in progress) 6.Organise highest quality engagement of top level scientists and science foresight experts 7. And also align Governments and Scientific Communities demands Actions 1. Capacities and needs 2. Tools, methodologies and results 3. Positioning Brussels, 9 December 2010

11 Overall Approach of the ESF Forward Look Procedures Outline This Forward Look Scheme procedures outline is: Based on input from an internal ESF working group and external experts (Manchester University, CNAM, Fraunhofer Institute, NAS,US) Coordinated by the Corporate Science Strategy Development Unit which: Made some benchmarking in Europe and US Organised methodological training Drafted the procedures The FL process as described is a practical guide for ESF Head of Scientific Unit to manage a FL activity. 11

12 1. Topic identification SUCCESS FACTORS: Top-down commitment (support from stakeholders and alignment of initiative with political agendas) Ensure topic relevance in terms of visions on science perspectives and novelty Bottom-up commitment Brussels, 9 December 2010

13 2. Scoping & Design of Forward Look proposal SUCCESS FACTORS: Sound intelligence mapping: objectives, state of the art, thematic focus, time horizon, stakeholders identification Detailed work plan: methodology, timelines, participants, financial needs Use of external consultants for specific methodological support Brussels, 9 December 2010

14 3. Conduct a Forward Look Activity & Produce a FL Report SUCCESS FACTORS: Efficient project management Fluid information flow between working groups and Scientific and Management Committees Participants motivation Use of external foresight consultants in line with topic domain Brussels, 9 December 2010

15 4. Dissemination & Implementation SUCCESS FACTORS: Commitment of the Management Committee Support from ESF MOs and other stakeholders Adequate stakeholders mapping for increased impact Brussels, 9 December 2010

16 ESF Forward Looks 2006-2010 Starting Year Title (Acronym) 2006European Food Systems in a Changing World 2006European Computational Science Forum: The Lincei Initiative: from Computers to Scientific Excellence 2006Higher Education in Europe Beyond 2010: Resolving Conflicting Social and Economic Expectations (HELF) 2007Investigator-Driven Clinical Trials (IDCT) 2007RNA World: a new frontier in biomedical research 2007Security – Advancing a Framework for Enquiry (SAFE) 2008Implementation of Medical Research into Clinical Practice – A Growing Challenge (FLIP) 2008Ageing, Health and Pensions in Europe (AGE) 2009Technology breakthroughs for scientific progress (TECHBREAK) Brussels, 9 December 2010

17 ESF Forward Looks 2006-2010 Starting Year Title (Acronym) 2009Responses to Environmental and Societal Challenges for our Unstable Earth (RESCUE) 2009Mathematics and Industry in Europe 2009NuPECC Long Rang Plan 2010 (NuPECC LRP) 2010Gene Environment Interaction in Chronic Disease (GENESIS) 2010Central and Eastern Europe beyond Transition: Convergence and Divergence in Europe (CEE) Brussels, 9 December 2010


19 ESF Forward Looks 2006-2010 YearEMRCLESCPESCSCHSCSSEB&CsTotal FL Running 2009FOOD* IDCT* RNA World* AGE GENESIS FLIP FOOD* LINCEI* RNA World RESCUE TECHBREAK LINCEI* NuPECC LRP RESCUE Math & Industry FOOD* SAFE RESCUE FOOD* SAFE AGE RESCUE TECHBREAK * NuPECC LRP 12 2010FLIP GENESIS AGE* RESCUE TechBreak RESCUE Math & Industry NuPECC LRP SAFE* RESCUE SAFE* RESCUE CEE AGE* TechBreak* NuPECC LRP 9 2010 Under approval Personali sed Medicine FARQUEST 2 2011 in prep Space Road Science in Society Space Road Science in Society SpaceRoad 2 Brussels, 9 December 2010

20 - EurOCEAN – Ostend Declaration (13 October) - Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Flemish Government, - Maria Damanaki, European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries - Máire Geoghegan Quinn, European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science - Sabine Laruelle, Belgian Federal Minister for SME, Independents, Agriculture and Science Policy - Ageing Health and Pensions in Europe (26 November) - Làszló Andor, European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion - John Dalli, European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy - Mathematics and Industry (2 December) - Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship - Dr Silvana Koch-Mehrin, Vice-President of the European Parliament. Impact of ESF Strategic activities

21 - Mobilisation of entire European Nuclear Physics community - True European landscape and vision - High value to policy makes and funders - ESFRI Roadmap - Importance of periodic reviews of the field - NuPECC Long Range Plans as benchmark of influence - Integrated in vision for European Research Funders and Performers - First Forward Look of an ESF Expert Board, co-funded from ESF General Budget What makes NuPECC LRP special?

22 Excellence Openness Responsiveness Pan-European Ethical awareness and human values

23 ESF Coordinates European Science Foundation 1 quai Lezay-Marnésia BP90015 67080 Strasbourg cedex France +33 3 88 76 71 00 Brussels, 14 May 2009

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