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FP7 and the European Research Area «  heard anything !? ". Patrick Bressler Head of Unit Physical and Engineering Sciences at the European Science Foundation “NuPECC meeting” Munich, June 22/23, 2007. EURO- HORCs. EURAB. ERC. European science landscape. EMBO CERN ESO ESA.

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FP7 and the

European Research Area

« heard anything !?"

Patrick Bressler

Head of Unit

Physical and Engineering Sciences

at the European Science Foundation

“NuPECC meeting”

Munich, June 22/23, 2007


EURO-HORCs

EURAB

ERC

European science landscape

EMBO

CERN

ESO

ESA

Research Institutes

Academies

ALLEA

PrivateFoundations

NationalFunding Organisations

UniversitiesEUA

COST

EC – FP

HFSP

European Associations

ISE

Academia Europaea

Euroscience


EC

Framework

Program 7

ERC

Basic Research Funding in Europe

FP 7:

1 G€/a

Open competition

Scientific excellence

“bottom –up“

individual grants

Total ~ 54 G€/7a

> 100 G€/a

NationalFunding Organisations

~ 41 M€/a

ERANETs ±

foresight

“bottom – up”

networking

multinational

“top – down“, variable geometries

European competitiveness, employment,

innovation & new technologieseconomic growth

“bottom-up“

Scientific excellence

National


What is ESF:

  • 75 Member Organisations in 30 countries, beyond the European Union

  • Research funding organisations

  • Research performing organisations

  • Academies


About ESF:

ESF provides a common platform for

our Member Organisations (MOs) in

order to:

  • advance European research

  • explore new directions for research at the European level

    Through its activities, ESF serves the

    needs of the European research

    community in a global context.


Current Organisation


Strategic Plan - Pillars

  • Science Strategy

  • Science Synergy

  • Science Management


Science Strategy

Foresight and Policy Briefs

  • Forward Looks

  • INIF

  • Member Organisations Fora

  • Policy Briefing Reports

  • Exploratory Workshops


Forward Look

Series of workshops with foresighting character.

The state-of-the-art in +10 years and what actions should be taken

Expert recommendations with an endorsement by the ESF Governing Coiuncil


Science Synergy

Cooperation platform for

MOs & scientists

  • ESF Research Networking Programmes (e.g., NES)

  • ESF Research Conferences

  • EUROCORES - European Collaborative Research


Networking &

Dissemination funding

Collaborative Research Project

CRP 2

Collaborative Research Project

CRP 1

Associate

Partner

AP-1

Individual Project

IP-3

Individual Project

IP-1

EUROCORES Programme funding

Research &

inter-CRP

funding

Individual Project

IP-2

More IPs

More APs

Funding

Agency B

Funding

Agency C

Funding

Agency A

Self

funded


Science Management close up:

  • ESF Expert Boards (Marine, Polar)

    MO representatives and policy makers, coordination joint-planning, Policy briefings,

    ESF office and administration

  • ESF Expert Committees (ESSC, NuPECC, CRAF)

    Independent scientists, scientific advice, roadmap and foresight exercises,

    ESF office and administration


About ESFWhat’s new

  • ESF Tool kit (EUROCORES)

  • EURYI - European Young Investigator Awards ending

  • European CO-operation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research (COST) renewed

  • EuroBioFund

  • Expert Committees

  • Independent surveys


Fundamental research in the

European Research Area?!

Real Part


Definitions

  • European Research Area,

  • Framework Programme 7

  • European Research Council

  • European Strategic Forum for Research Infrastructures (ESFRI)

  • European Science Foundation

  • How to do research?


What is the European Research Area?

“In 2000, the EU decided to create the European Research Area (ERA) to:

  • enable researchers to benefit from world-class infrastructures and work with excellent networks of research institutions;

  • share, teach, value and use knowledge effectively for social, business and policy purposes;

  • optimize and open European, national and regional research programmes in order to support the best research throughout Europe and coordinate these programmes to address major challenges together;

  • enable Europe to contribute to global development and take a leading role in international initiatives to solve global issues.”


What is the European Research Area?

Goals:

  • To enhance research careers in Europe, incite industry to invest more in European research – contributing to the creation of sustainable growth and jobs in the EU.

  • To become a central pillar of the EU 'Lisbon Strategy'for growth and jobs.

    Green paper:(http://ec.europa.eu/research/era/consultation-era_en.html#greenpaper)


Framework Programme 7

FP 7 (2007 – 2013) to implement ERA

  • make Europe the knowledge-based "most dynamic competitive economy in the world"…

    (Lisbon goals, 3% GDP etc).

  • to bundle all research-related EU initiatives in reaching the goals of growth, competitiveness and employment; along with a new Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP),Education and Training programmes, and Structural and Cohesion Funds for regional convergence and competitiveness…


Frame work Programme 7

FP7 2007 –2013 | Specific Programmes

Cooperation – Collaborative research32.4 G€

Ideas – Frontier Research 7.5 G€

People – Marie Curie Actions 4.8 G€

Capacities – Research Capacity 4.1 G€

(RI: 1.7 G€)

+

JRC non-nuclear research

Euratom direct actions –JRC nuclear research

Euratom indirect actions – nuclear fusion and fission research


Framework Programme 7

Thematic Cooperation

Support will be implemented across all themes through:

Collaborative research projects

(Collaborative projects; Networks of Excellence; Coordination/support actions)

International Cooperation

Coordination of non-Community research programmes

(ERA-NET; ERA-NET+; Article 169)

Joint Technology Initiatives (Article 171)


ERANETs, ERANETs +

Coordination of national activities

Networking of national or regional programmes (ERA-NET, ERANET+)

For Programme Managers; Open calls for proposals starting 2007;

Coordination at European level

Coordination and cooperation between Framework Programme

and COST, EUREKA and other programmatic and international organisations (CERN, ESA, ESO, EMBL, ESRF, ILL etc.)


European Research Council

Objectives:

  • Reward the best researchers

  • Researchers gain high European and international visibility

  • Keep (young) researchers in Europe

  • Favour “brain gain” and “reverse brain drain”

  • Competition improves quality of research & allows benchmarking

  • High quality frontier research will stimulate early-stage industrial investment & boost European share in IP and start-ups


European Research Council

Two Funding Streams:

  • Two streams of activity are foreseen:

    • ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant scheme (ERC Starting Grant)

      • Call for proposals to be published in early 2007

    • ERC Advanced Investigator Researcher Grant scheme (ERC Advanced Grant)

      • Call for proposals at a later stage in 2007


European Research Council

Initial structurefor ERC development

European CommissionDG Research

Scientific

Council

Directorate SImplementationof the Ideas programme

  • S1: Strategic mattersand relations with the ScC

  • S2: Management

  • S3: Logistical support

  • S4: Administration & finance

ERC political negotiation


European Strategic Forum for Research Infrastructures (ESFRI)

  • ESFRI - launched in April 2002. It brings together representatives of EU Member States and Associated States, appointed by Ministers in charge of Research, and one representative of the European Commission.

  • The role of ESFRI is to support a coherent approach to policy-making on research infrastructures in Europe, and to act as an incubator for international negotiations about concrete initiatives.

ESFRI – Roadmap of research infrastructures (EUROHORCS/EC)


EC

Framework

Program 7

ERC

Basic Research Funding in Europe

FP 7:

1 G€/a

Open competition

Scientific excellence

“bottom –up“

individual grants

Total ~ 54 G€/7a

> 100 G€/a

NationalFunding Organisations

~ 41 M€/a

ERANETs ±

foresight

“bottom – up”

networking

multinational

“top – down“, variable geometries

European competitiveness, employment,

innovation & new technologieseconomic growth

“bottom-up“

Scientific excellence

National


PESC cooperation

Examples

  • EMRS/ESF ”materials”, clean solar fuels

  • CERC3/ERANET Chemistry cooperation

  • ESF conference ”Research Integrity”,

  • CECAM/ECT*

  • Interdisciplinary new initiative: workshop ”Synergy of new national light sources”,

    FELs & ERLs (user communities for IRUVX): FLASH, 4GLS, [email protected], Arc-en-ciel, BESSY-FEL, MAXlab IV, SLS

    Output: ”Science Policy Briefing”

    (science, education, societal value) and

    ESF-Forward Looks, other projects (FP7)


PESC cooperation

options:

  • ”ERANETs” ‹―› EUROCORES

  • INIF: ~ ”synergy of national nuclear physics facilities”


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