The 7th Frameworkprogramme for Research and Technological Development (FP7)


НазваThe 7th Frameworkprogramme for Research and Technological Development (FP7)
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Overview EC programs S&T cooperation– FP7 Dr. Maren Hunds Project Manager EBN Project Development Training, Ukraine 19th July 2011


The 7th Frameworkprogramme for Research and Technological Development (FP7)

Funding period: 2007-2013

Total budget of programme: over 50 billion € (increasing!)

Overall objectives of FP7:
  • to strengthen the scientific and technological base of European industry;

  • to encourage its international competitiveness, while promoting research that supports EU policies.



FP7 basic principles

The programme co-finances…
  • research,

  • technological development,

  • demonstration

with “European added value”

 transnational actions with European partners

The European Commission launches calls for proposals, projects are selected following a peer review process (competitive).

Who can participate?

FP7 is open to participants from any country in the world but, participation and funding procedures vary!

EU member states: broadest rights and access to funding

Same conditions for:
  • members states + countries associated to FP7 (countries pay share of overall FP7 budget, like Switzerland, Norway, Israel…)

  • Candidate countries



Which Third countries?

  • “Third Country Participants”, especially International Cooperation Partner Countries –ICPC (Ukraine, Russia, Eastern European and Central Asian, states, developing, Mediterranean partner, Western Balkans countries) may receive EC funding

Restriction: consortia must have required minimum number of participants from Member States or associated countries!

Specific conditions for:
  • Industrial high income countries (USA, Hong Kong, Korea, Australia etc.)



Specific FP7 objectives for cooperation with Third Countries

  • “to support European competitiveness in selected fields through strategic partnerships with third countries and initiatives that encourage the best third-country scientists to work in and with Europe;

  • to address specific problems that either have a global character or are commonly faced by third countries, on the basis of mutual interest and benefit.”



Who can apply?

Participation in FP7 is open to a wide range of organisations and individuals, some examples:

  • research groups at universities or research institutes;

  • companies intending to innovate, including SMEs;

  • SME associations or groupings;

  • public or governmental administration (local, regional or national);

  • early-stage researchers (postgraduate students)

  • experienced researchers

  • institutions running research infrastructures of transnational

  • Interest organisations and researchers from third countries

  • international organisations;

  • civil society organisations…

(list is only indicative)

Opportunities in FP7

For public agencies, governments, associations (innovation centres, regional development actors etc.)
  • Dissemination and promotion of own innovation support and client activities,

  • Exchange of best practice (tools, policies, support structures etc.),

  • Enlarge possibilities to support R&D and innovation support capacities of clients and partners (entrepreneurs, SMEs etc.)

...

For SMEs
  • Targeted research within multi-partner consortia,

  • Funding of research and development projects outsourced to competent research partners ,

  • Incoming and Outgoing Fellowships, 

  • Conferences/fairs, studies and exchange of best practice,

  • Access to high level contacts to researchers, intermediaries etc.

  • ...



How is FP7 structured?

    • 4 specific programmes
    • Joint Research Centre (JRC),
    • a specific programme on nuclear research (Euratom)


The main programmes

Cooperation:

 Collaborative research (ca. 61% of budget)

Ideas
  • European Research Council, frontier research actions implemented by “individual teams” (ca.14%)

People

Human Potential/supports career mobility, Marie Curie actions (ca. 9%)

Capacities
  • horizontal activities to strengthen research capacities and coordination of national research programmes (8%)

Euratom

 Nuclear research and training (5%)

Joint Research Centre (3%)

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html



Which can be of interest to innovation centres and clients?

  • The cooperation programme

Transnational research partnerships involving industry and academia in the following thematic areas:
  • Health

  • Food, agriculture, fisheries, biotechnology

  • Information and communication technologies (ICT)

  • Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies

  • Energy

  • Environment (including climate change)

  • Transport (including aeronautics)

  • Socio-economic sciences and the humanities

  • Space

  • Security



Which can be of interest to innovation centres and clients?

2. Capacities programme

  • Research infrastructures

  • Research for the benefit of SMEs

  • Regions of Knowledge

  • Research Potential

  • Science in Society

  • Specific activities of international cooperation (INCO)- designed to support/stimulate participation of Third Countries



What are INCO initiatives?

  • Bi-regional coordination of S&T cooperation

including priority setting and definition of S&T cooperation policies;

 bringing together policy makers, scientific community, civil society and private sector stakeholders from the EU and third countries to identify priorities and define policy orientations; implementing specific activities dedicated to strengthening participation from targeted countries and regions in FP7, support for Info points in third countries:
    • Western Balkan area
    • Mediterranean area
    • EECA countries
    • Latin America
    • ACP and South Africa
    • Asia


What are INCO initiatives?

  • Bilateral coordination for the enhancement and development of S&T partnerships:

    • Improving information on programs and funding;
    • identifying and demonstrating mutual interest and benefit in S&T cooperation between the EU and specific third countries;
    • Sharing best practices via joint forums
  • Supporting the coordination of national policies and activities of EU Member States and Associated Countries on international S&T cooperation: ERA-NET

 networking, mutual opening and the development and implementation of joint activities.
    • ERA-NET 'International cooperation'
    • ERA-NET PLUS 'International cooperation‘

INCO portal: http://ec.europa.eu/research/iscp/index.cfm?lg=en&pg=fp7

Which can be of interest to innovation centres and clients?

3. People programme- « Marie Curie »

Supports mobility and career development of for researchers, (in and outside EU)

Activities:

providing fellowships and other measures to help researchers build their skills and competences throughout their careers:
  • Initial training of researchers - Marie Curie Networks

  • Industry-academia partnerships (IAPP, 5-10% program budget)

  • Co-funding of regional, national and international mobility programmes

  • Intra-European fellowships

  • International dimension - outgoing and incoming fellowships,

  • international cooperation scheme, reintegration grants

  • Marie Curie Awards



What type of projects are possible?

FP7 funding schemes:
  • Collaborative projects,

  • Networks of Excellence,

  • Coordination and support actions,

  • Individual projects (ERC),

  • Support for training and career development of researchers,

  • Research for the benefit of specific groups – in particular SMEs



What types of funding schemes can be of interest?

for Innovation Centre clients and partners to participate…

Collaborative projects

Activities: Focused research projects with defined scientific and technological objectives

Expected results: new knowledge or technology developed

Consortia: participants from different countries, industry and

academia.

 Innovation Centres could help partner search of specialised R&D companies

What types of funding schemes can be of interest?

for Innovation Centres to participate…

Coordination and Support Actions

Activities: no research but activities aiming to spread knowledge and research results and support its deployment!

 Networking of projects, programmes, policies,

 Actions to stimulate participation/access of SMEs etc.

Example: EBN coordinated project “DigiBIC”

Expected results: knowledge, research results and policies get disseminated and applied in Europe

Consortia: different types of stakeholders from different countries, including i.e. Innovation Centres

What types of funding schemes can be of interest?

for Innovation Centre clients and partners to participate…

Research for the benefit of SMEs

Activities: R&D carried out by research actors for SMEs to benefit
  • Research and technological development,

  • Demonstration activities (testing of prototypes etc.)

  • Train SMEs staff in application of technologies etc.

Expected results: knowledge, research results and policies get disseminated and applied in Europe

Consortia: participants from universities, research centres, other legal entities, SMEs (with prominent role)

How does the funding look like?

Overall funding principle: co-financing

Reimbursement rate of costs for a project depend on…
  • funding scheme,

  • legal status participant,

  • type of activity

The standard reimbursement rates are the following

 for R&D: 50%

(non-profit public bodies, SMEs, research organisations, higher education establishments: up to 75% ).
  • for demonstration activities: up to 50%.

  • for other activities (consortium management, networking, training, coordination, dissemination etc.): up to 100%



How to access calls for proposals?



Where to get information?

FP7 has a network of official contact points in EU, associate and Third countries

National contact point (NCP) Ukraine: NIP Ukraine

The NCP provides support in the following areas:
  • partner search;

  • effective use of the electronic systems like CORDIS;

  • Info on EC funded calls and possibilities to participate;

  • support SMEs participation in international S&T cooperation.

Link: http://www.fp7-ncp.kiev.ua/index.php/uk/

National contact points in Ukraine for specific programmes: http://cordis.europa.eu/fetch?CALLER=FP7NCP_THIRD&QM_CCY_D=UA&QZ_WEBSRCH=

Overview useful FP7 websites:

Call details and documents:

www.cordis.europa.eu/fp7/

Further information on FP7:

www.ec.europa.eu/research/fp7/

Help for FP7 newcomers:

www.ec.europa.eu/research/enquiries

Guidelines for Third country participants:

ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/docs/guideline-third-country-participants_en.pdf



Thank you very much for your attention!

Thank you very much for your attention!

Maren Hunds

E-Mail: mhu@ebn.eu


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