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1 COOPERATION bn (~64%) Health Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Information / Communication Technology Nano- Sciences, Technologies, Materials and new Production Technologies Energy Environment (including Climate Change) Transport (including Aeronautics) Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities Space and Security IDEAS 7.46bn (~15%) Frontier Research PEOPLE 4.728bn (~9%) Marie Curie CAPACITIES 4.217bn (~8%) Research Infrastructures SMEs Regions of Knowledge Research Potential Science & Society Coherent development of research policies INCO

2 2. IDEAS 7.46bn, 15% of budget Frontier research Research at the frontier of knowledge increasingly important to competitiveness and welfare Research at and beyond the frontiers of understanding is an intrinsically risky venture Characterised by the absence of disciplinary boundaries. European Research Council ERC is an autonomous body created to support frontier research. ERC Scientific Council - direct scientific strategy and management of ERC

3 2. IDEAS 7.46bn, 15% of budget Supporting "investigator-driven" research. For research teams competing at an European level, across all scientific and technological fields, including the social sciences and humanities. Grants will be provided to individual teams from a single institution or several institutions, one country or across borders. Led by a single P.I. Two funding streams: Starting Independent Research Grant Scheme Advanced Investigator Grant Scheme Grants funded at 100% total eligible direct costs, plus 20% for indirect costs. Only evaluation criterion: Scientific Excellence Scientific Excellence as judged by peer review

4 2. IDEAS ERC First Call Starting Independent Research Grant Call Deadlines two stage process 25 April 2007, 17 September 2007, Annual calls to 2013 Call budget Around 300 million ~ 200 grants Eligibility Between 2 and 9 years post PhD (some allowance for maternity and other reasons), any nationality, research activity must be based in EU or Associated State, any legal entity (incl industry) Project Size 100,000 to 400,000 per year up to 5 years Evaluation Panels Projects submitted to 20 panels split across Social Sciences and Humanities, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering Submission Process Pre-registration of applications, Two stage submission, strict page limits for each part of proposal Evaluation Criteria Potential of the Principal Investigator, Quality of the research project and the research environment

5 2. IDEAS Peer Review Written reports from referees Panels of independent highly regarded scientists & scholars Evaluation Criteria P.I. Potential to become world class research leader Quality of proposed research project Research environment Website:

6 COOPERATION bn (~64%) Health Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Information / Communication Technology Nano- Sciences, Technologies, Materials and new Production Technologies Energy Environment (including Climate Change) Transport (including Aeronautics) Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities Space and Security IDEAS 7.46bn (~15%) Frontier Research PEOPLE 4.728bn (~9%) Marie Curie CAPACITIES 4.217bn (~8%) Research Infrastructures SMEs Regions of Knowledge Research Potential Science & Society Coherent development of research policies INCO

7 3. PEOPLE 4.73bn, 9% of budget To make Europe more attractive to researchers Part of integrated strategy to strengthen human potential by: - Encouraging people to become researchers - Encouraging researchers, from Europe and the whole world, to carry out their research in Europe Builds on FP6 Marie Curie Actions Skills and competence development at all stages of researchers careers. Objectives:

8 Open to all research areas of interest to the EC Mobility – both trans-national and inter-sectoral is a key feature. Strong participation from enterprises Grant – 100% of eligible costs. Eligible costs vary between actions. Implementation Principles: 3. PEOPLE

9 OVERVIEW OF PEOPLE ACTIONS Host ActionsIndividual Actions Initial Training Networks Industry Academia Partnerships and Pathways Intra- European Fellowships International Incoming Fellowships International Outgoing Fellowships European Reintegration Grants International Reintegration Grants Awards Researchers Nights Marie Curie Award

10 HOST ACTIONS Initial Training Networks and Industry Academia Partnerships & Pathways are Host Actions This means: Host institutions/network applies for a number of fellows/researchers Hosts proposal is evaluated Selected host/network advertises fellowship position and selects fellows/researchers Contract duration with host, usually 4 years Fellows stay depending on Action (up to 3 years)

11 INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIPS Aimed at Experienced Researchers Skills diversification Five categories: Intra-European Fellowships International Incoming Fellowships International Outgoing Fellowships European Reintegration Fellowship International Reintegration Fellowship

12 DEADLINES Initial Training Networks (ITN)7 May 2007 Two stage application Intra- European Fellowships (IEF) International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF) 14 August 2007 European Reintegration Grants (ERG) International Reintegration Grants (IRG) (Continuous) 25 April & 17 October 2007 Industry-Academia Partnerships & Pathways (IAPP) 31 May 2007

13 COOPERATION bn (~64%) Health Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Information / Communication Technology Nano- Sciences, Technologies, Materials and new Production Technologies Energy Environment (including Climate Change) Transport (including Aeronautics) Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities Space and Security IDEAS 7.46bn (~15%) Frontier Research PEOPLE 4.728bn (~9%) Marie Curie CAPACITIES 4.217bn (~8%) Research Infrastructures SMEs Regions of Knowledge Research Potential Science & Society Coherent development of research policies INCO

14 4. CAPACITIES Research Infrastructures44%1.85bn Research for the Benefit of SMEs32%1.34bn Regions of Knowledge3%126m Research Potential9%370m Science in Society Coherent Development of Research Policies 7% 1% 280m 70m International Cooperation4%185m 4.22bn, 8% of budget Aims to enhance research and innovation capacities throughout Europe and ensure their optimal use through the following measures.

15 Capacities Open Calls Research Infrastructures - Support to existing & new infrastructures 2/5/2007 Research for the Benefit of SMEs - Research for SMEs 4/9/07 Research for SME associations 1/6/07 & 28/11/07 Coordination & support actions 10/5/07 Regions of Knowledge - Facilitating the emergence of new clusters 24/4/07 Analysis, mentoring & integration of research actors 24/4/07 Research Potential - International cooperation in any area covered by FP7 24/4/07 Science in Society - Better understanding of science & technology in society, gender & research, young people & science etc 23/5/07 International Cooperation - Activities of international coordination 2/5/07

16 Additional Information CORDIS FP7 Homepage Information on Open Calls Registration of Experts for Research Activities https://cordis.europa.eu/emmfp7/index.cfm?fuseaction=wel.welcome


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