Presentation on theme: "Mª Angeles Macías, EULARINET Coordination MICINN - Spain Latin American - European Workshop on Renewable Energies September 21-22, 2011 - Mexico City."— Presentation transcript:
Mª Angeles Macías, EULARINET Coordination MICINN - Spain Latin American - European Workshop on Renewable Energies September 21-22, Mexico City
The EULARINET project is aimed at strengthening the dialogue on Science & Technology (S&T) between EU Member States, Associated States and Latin American Partner Countries (LA) at policy, programme and institutional (research entities) level, contributing to the following objectives: 1.Promote the join identification, setting up, implementation and monitoring of mutual interest priorities of future work programmes across the Specific Programmes of FP7 2. Joint definition of S&T co-operation policies 3. Support and stimulate the participation of LA in FP7 4.Carry out strategic analysis on S&T trends and mapping competences in the UE and LA EULARINET CONCEPT
SpainMICINNMinisterio de Ciencia e Innovación ( Spain) GermanyBMBFFederal Ministry of Education and Research DLRInternational Bureau of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research AustriaZSICentre for Social Innovation SpainUPMUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid CSICSpanish Council for Scientific Research FinlandAKAAcademy of Finland FranceIRDInstitut de Recherche pour le Développement CIRADCentre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développment NorwayRCNThe Research Council of Norway PortugalADIAgência de Inovação FCTFundaçao para Ciencia e Tecnología EULARINET PARTNERS IN EUROPE
ArgentinaMINCYTMinisterio de Ciencia, Tecnología ChileCONICYTComisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica ColombiaCOLCIENCIASInstituto Colombiano para el Desarrollo de la Ciencia y la Tecnología MexicoCONACYTConsejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología NicaraguaCONICYTConsejo Nicaragüense de Ciencia y Tecnología BrasilCNPqConselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico UruguayMEC-CUBISTMinistry of Education and Culture-CUBIST Nicaragua Mexico EULARINET PARTNERS IN LATIN AMERICA
EULARINET is implemented through five Co-ordination Work packages plus one Management Work package : EULARINET WORK PACKAGES WP2: Strengthening LA participation in FP7 WP Leader: International Bureau of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (DLR-Germany) WP co-Leader: Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico - CNPq WP3: Top-down policy driven on Research and WP4: Innovation WP 3 Leader: Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN-Spain) WP 3 Co-Leader: Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Productiva (MINCYT-Argentina) WP 4 Leader: Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD-France) WP 4 Co-Leader: Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACYT-Mexico) WP5: Raising the Awareness and Dissemination Activities WP 5 Leader: Fundaçao para Ciencia e Tecnología (FCT-Portugal) WP 5 Co-Leader: Consejo Nicaragüense de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONICYT-Nicaragua) WP1: Analysis, Monitoring and Review: Laying the ground WP Leader: Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD-France) WP co-Leader: Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica (CONICYT-Chile)
WP3: Top-down policy driven on Research, WP4: and Innovation Based on Sub-regional dialogues organised annually in the three sub-regions, as preparation to Bi-regional dialogue R&I dialogue with Mexico & Central America (Mexico) R&I dialogue with Andean countries (Colombia, Chile) R&I dialogue with MERCOSUR (Brazil).....Answering specific demands but searching for common challenges..... High-level Bi-Regional platform meetings, inviting other MS and LA countries not in EULARINET (bi-annually) Collaborative RTD portfolio Proposing appropriate instruments Implementing changes to address bottlenecks Enhancing research-industry alliances, innovation and technology transfer. Improving EU-LAC Science-Industry technology transfer.
THE EU-LAC POLICE DIALOGUE
EU-LAC Policy Dialogue 1/2 EU-LAC Political Summits – First Summit 1999, Rio, Brazil – placed S&T on agenda – Second Summit 2002, Madrid, Spain – Third Summit 2004, Guadalajara, Mexico – Fourth Summit 2006, Vienna, Austria – Fifth Summit 2008, Lima, Peru ALCUE Brasilia Action Plan 2002: a shared vision for bi- regional S&T Cooperation, S&T ministers set priority on: - Health and Quality of Life - Information Society - Competitive Growth in the Global Environment (agro industry, clean technologies in agriculture and industry) - Sustainable Development and Urbanisation (water management, clean energy) - Cultural Heritage - Cross-cutting issues (innovation, education, training)
EU-LAC Policy Dialogue 2/2 Launch of the ALCUE Knowledge Area in Madrid, 2002 Guadalajara Declaration confirming the ALCUE Knowledge Area and need for linking education, science, technology, information & communication and innovation. The Vienna Summit endorses the Conclusions of the Salzburg senior officials meeting updating priority domains: - Health and Qualiy of Life - Information and Communication Technologies - Sustainable Development and Environment - Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology - Energy (in particular renewables) - Cultural Heritage - Cross-cutting issues and reiterating ALCUE Knowledge Area.
IMPACT OF EULARINET ACTIVITIES ON THE JIRI Subregional Meetings 2009 BIregional Meeting 2010
IMPACT OF THE JIRI ROAD MAP ON EULARINET Action Plan Item a) Establish a regular bi-regional dialogue on science, research, technology and innovation to consolidate EU-LAC cooperation and to update common priorities, encourage mutual policy learning and ensure the proper implementation and effectiveness of cooperation instruments The co-chairs will ensure continuity between SOMs, notably by regular information regarding progress with implementing the road map. They will be assisted by senior officials as agreed by each region. INCONETs and other projects will support the implementation of specific actions as appropriate. Establish working groups between meetings to develop and enhance cooperation in the following priority areas: bioeconomy, including food security; biodiversity and climate change; ICT for meeting societal challenges; energy.
EULARINET SOM working groups Wokshops ICT, Santiago de Chile, 6th-7th June KBBE, Paris, France, 27th-28th September Renewable Energy: Rio de Janeiro, 31st August - 1st September 2011 (Wind Energy) Mexico, 21st-23rd September 2011 (Bioenergy and Solar Energy) Biodiversity and Climatic Change, Colombia, 27th-28th September 2011
EULARINET Wokshops: Objectives Identify possible cooperation activities or pilot projects to be developed in certain predefined subareas among EU and Latin American partners Identify possible funding schemes for these new activities Present and discuss European and Latin American public policies concerning the thematic field of the event Provide inputs for the SOM working groups
EULARINET Wokshops: General Approach Bringing together, Stakeholders, Industry representatives, Researchers and policy makers from EU and LAC, Representatives from the European Commission and EULARINET consortium members Providing background documentation for them to discuss What are the possibilities for policy coordination (policy components, sharing of experiences and best practices), What could be the appropriate instruments for coordinating and financing joint research, technology development and innovation activities What would be appropriate criteria for priority setting (identifying the sectors and subsectors to be covered, agreeing on the criteria to select specific R&D areas and selecting those on which specific initiatives will be developed Develop a policy document to be channelled for political consideration through the SOM mechanisms
SOME IDEAS FROM THE JIRI ROAD MAP 1/4 The main objective in this area is to develop the EU-LAC Knowledge Area through: i.improving cooperation in research and innovation; ii.strengthening scientific and technological capacities, and infrastructures; iii.enabling sustainable research, innovation and knowledge sharing taking into account the contribution of ancestral and traditional knowledge; iv.boosting the use of new technologies and technology transfer underpinning sustainable socio-economic development; and v.fostering cooperation between both regions as regards the digital economy and the reduction of the digital divide for improving competitiveness while making social inclusion a cross-cutting issue. The Road Map is organised on the basis of the structure of the Summit Action Plan section concerning "science, research, innovation and technology"
SOME IDEAS FROM THE JIRI ROAD MAP 2/4 Action Plan Item c) Commence the development and implementation of the new mechanism, the "EC-LAC Joint Initiative for Research and Innovation" combining instruments at national, regional and bi-regional level as appropriate in a complementary and synergistic manner. Further refinement, for consideration by the SOM, of implementation steps for the "EU-LAC Joint Initiative for Research and Innovation", including among other aspects: (i) priority areas for cooperation; (ii) activities and instruments; (iii) funding options (through 2012).
SOME IDEAS FROM THE JIRI ROAD MAP 3/4 Develop further project and programme twinning in priority areas of cooperation through Action Plan Item d) Establish or strengthen thematic networks on agreed issues of mutual interest, which should facilitate exchanges between EU-LAC universities and research centres and networks and private and public sector institutions.
SOME IDEAS FROM THE JIRI ROAD MAP 4/4 Promote the formation of (joint) learning and research centres of excellence between EU-LAC partners Action Plan Item g) Develop an interface between research and innovation through a knowledge and innovation centres' network to facilitate social appropriation of knowledge and technology in particular keeping in mind the micro and SMEs Establish a Knowledge and Innovation Centre in order to network relevant existing actors and projects through strengthening the interface between research and innovation Promote the establishment and/or strengthening of science and technology parks in Latin America