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SIS-2013 Calls. Opportunities for Research Projects’ Financing Presented by: Laila Kamal ENSTINET. SIS Work Program’s Goal. The SIS program is under the Capacities category in the FP7 and has the following objectives: Tackling society’s challenges

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Sis 2013 calls

SIS-2013 Calls

Opportunities for Research Projects’ Financing

Presented by:

Laila Kamal

ENSTINET


Sis work program s goal

SIS Work Program’s Goal

  • The SIS program is under the Capacities category in the FP7 and has the following objectives:

  • Tackling society’s challenges

  • Ensuring the responsibility of the conducted research towards society.

  • Making R & I more attractive for developing careers

  • Enabling citizens to increase their participation in R & I


Background and role of sis work program

Background and Role of SIS Work Program

  • SIS 2013 is a stepping stone towards encouraging Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) that Horizon 2020 (2014-2020) is based on and calls for.


Rri aspects

RRI Aspects

  • Engagement of all societal actors in R & I

  • Developing scientific literacy, responsibility and creativity in society through providing:

  • Appropriate science education methods at school

  • Basic and life-long training programs for researchers in ethical, legal and economical concerns related to their own research context

  • Regular public exchanges on research and innovation concerns

  • Gender equality is promoted and integrated in research and innovation content

  • Publicly-funded research results are freely accessible and available on the Internet for all components of society

  • Ethics dimension is built in from the inception of process and products

  • Governance rules are tuned to favor the take-off of the above elements.


Tracks of sis calls

Tracks of SIS Calls

  • Action Lines

  • Activity

  • Area

  • Topic


Action lines of sis calls

Action Lines of SIS Calls

  • First Action Line: A more dynamic governance of the science and society relationship

  • Second Action Line: Strengthening potential, broadening horizons

  • Third Action Line: Science and society communicate

  • Fourth Action Line: Strategic activities


First action line a more dynamic governance of the science and society relationship

First Action Line: A more dynamic governance of the science and society relationship

  • Example of the track of calls:

  • Activity 5.1.1: Better understanding of the place of science and technology in society

  • Area 5.1.1.1 Relationships between science, democracy and law

  • Example of topics:

  • SIS.2013.1.1.-1: Production and use of a Training and Dissemination Toolkit on Responsible research and innovation

  • SIS.2013.1.1.1-2: Responsible Research and Innovation in industrial context


Second action line strengthening potential broadening horizons

Second Action Line: Strengthening potential, broadening horizons

  • Example of the track of calls:

  • Activity 5.2.1. Gender and research

  • Area 5.2.1.1: Strengthening the role of women in scientific research and in scientific decision-making bodies

  • Examples of topics:

    - SIS.2013.2.1.1-1: Supporting changes in the organisation of research institutions to promote gender equality

    - SIS.2013.2.1.1-2: ERA-NET on the promotion of gender equality in research institutions


Third action line science and society communicate

Third Action Line: Science and Society Communicate

  • Example of the track of calls:

  • Area 5.3.0.5: Promoting excellent trans-national research and science communication by the means of popular prizes

  • Example of topics:

    - SIS.2013.3.0.5-1: European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) 2013

    - SIS.2013.3.0.6-1: Conference under the Irish Presidency (1st semester 2013) “The role of the media in Responsible research and innovation”


Fourth action line strategic activities

Fourth Action Line: Strategic Activities

  • Example of the track of calls:

  • Area 5.4.0.0 Monitoring, evaluation and assessment of Responsible Research and Innovation

  • Example of topics:

    - SIS-2013.4.0.0-1: Monitoring the evolution of economic benefits of responsible research and innovation

    - SIS.2013.4.0.0-2: Stock taking and Meta analysis of SIS projects throughout FP6 and FP7


Types of projects

Types of projects

a- Collaborative projects

b- Coordination and Support Actions (coordination action)

c- Coordination and Support Actions (supporting action)


Types of projects cont d

Types of projects (cont’d)

A- Collaborative Projects:

  • Collaborative projects are objective driven research projects aiming at developing new knowledge, new technology, products, and that may include scientific coordination, demonstration activities or sharing of common resources for research in order to improve European competitiveness or to

    address major societal needs.


Types of projects cont d1

Types of projects (cont’d)

B & C- Coordination/Supporting projects:

The two different types of actions to be financed here are:

  • Co-ordination (or networking) actions aimed at coordinating research activities and policies.

  • Support actions aimed at contributing to the implementation of the Framework Programmes and the preparation of future EU research and technological development policy or the development of synergies with other policies, or to stimulate, encourage and facilitate the participation of SMEs, civil society organisations and their networks, or small research teams and newly developed or remote research centres in the activities of the thematic areas of the Cooperation programme. Support actions normally focus on one specific activity and often one specific event.


Example of a sis call fp7 science in society 2013 1

Example of a SIS Call:FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2013-1

  • Call identifier: FP7-Science-in-Society-2013-1

  • Date of publication: 10 July 2012

  • Deadline: 16 January 2013 at 17.00 Brussels local time

  • Indicative budget: 51.7 million EUR

    Link to Science in Society Call:

    http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/capacities?callIdentifier=FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2013-1


Conditions of calls

Conditions of Calls

  • Eligibility criteria: Please read Annex 2 in the Guide for Applicants and the Call Fiche

    General eligibility criteria:

  • The proposal is received by the Commission/Agency via the Electronic Submission Services before the deadline given in the call fiche

  • It involves at least the minimum number of participants given in the call fiche

  • It is complete (i.e. both the requested administrative forms and the proposal description are present). To satisfy this condition, part B of the proposal must be readable, accessible and printable.

  • The content of the proposal relates to the topic(s) and funding scheme(s), including any special conditions set out in the relevant parts of the work programme

  • Any additional eligibility criteria, specified in the work programme

  • Where a maximum number of pages have been indicated for a section of the proposal, or for the proposal as a whole, the experts will be instructed to disregard any excess pages.


Conditions of calls cont d

Conditions of Calls (cont’d)

  • Evaluation Criteria: Please read Annex 3 (for a collaborative project) or Annex 2 (for a coordination and supporting action project) in the Guide for Applicants and Call Fiche

  • It is based on:

  • S/T QUALITY: Scientific and/or technological excellence

    (relevant to the topics addressed by the call)

  • IMPLEMENTATION: Quality and efficiency of the implementation and the management

  • IMPACT: Potential impact through the development, dissemination and use of project results


Conditions of calls cont d1

Conditions of Calls (cont’d)

  • Funding scheme:

    a- Collaborative projects

    b- Coordination and Support Actions (coordination action)

    c- Coordination and Support Actions (supporting action)


Conditions of calls cont d2

Conditions of calls (cont’d)

Funding Schemes’ Minimum conditions:

  • Collaborative Projects: At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is established in a MS or AC, and no 2 of which are established in the same MS or AC.

  • Coordination and Support Actions (coordinating action): At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is established in a MS or AC, and no 2 of which are established in the same MS or AC.

  • Coordination and Support Actions (supporting action): At least 1 independent legal entity.


Conditions of calls cont d3

Conditions of calls (cont’d)

  • Indicative timetable: (Please read the Work Programme/Call Fiche) Evaluations are expected to be completed in April 2013.

  • Consortia Agreement: It should happen by the participants before the grant agreement.

  • Forms of grants and maximum reimbursement rates: They are written in Annex 3 in the Guide for Applicants.


How to find the call and apply for it

How to Find the Call and Apply for it

  • Go to the website:

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

  • Choose: Find a Call (participant portal): http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/fp7_calls

  • Choose Capacities: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/capacities


How to find the call and apply for it1

How to Find the Call and Apply for it

  • Find Science in Society

    Under Call for Proposal choose the Call Identifier that matches your requirements for research. The following is the link for the Call Identifier: FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2013-1:

    http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/capacities?callIdentifier=FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2013-1

    There you will find:

    The details of your project together with the guide for applicants, the work program, Call Fiche, Factsheets and additional documents.


How to apply for the call

How To apply for the Call

  • Choose: Electronic Proposal Submission and then select the topic that you would like to apply for and click on GO.

  • You will need to sign up and then apply


Enstinet s contact

ENSTINET’s Contact

  • Website:http://www.sti.sci.eg/

  • E-mail:[email protected]

  • Address: Egyptian National Scientific and Technical Information Network (ENSTINET)/Academy of Scientific Research and Technology

    101 Kasr el-Aini Str. – 12th floor

  • Phone: +202 - 27920126 - 27921322

  • Fax: +202 - 27947807


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