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Www env ncp together eu

www.env-ncp-together.eu

FP 7 – ENV – 2011 … and practical issues in proposal writing

Viorel Vulturescu – ANCS Romania

October 2010


Process of wp adoption i
Process of WP adoption (I)

  • When ?

    From September of YEAR – 1 until approx. Mai of YEAR, for funds that will be spent in YEAR+1

  • How ?

    EC + EU MS +Associated State’s contributions

  • Who ?

    1. EC services (mainly DG Research, but also in consultation with “research family DGs” - DG ENV, DG SANCO, DG TREN, DG INFSO, DG ENTR)


Process of wp adoption ii
Process of WP adoption (II)

  • Who (II) ?

    2. R&D communities (workshops, seminars, etc.)

    3. EU member states, during PC meetings, based on consultation with national actors (academics, business, NGOs, etc.)

  • Policy Frameworks

    1. EU long term International Commitments

    2. EU directives

    3. Particular cooperation activities (e.g. Africa, Latin

    America, etc.)


Time frame of wp adoption and project submission start
Time frame of WP adoption and project submission + start

end of previous call (Y-1)

final approval by M.S. project start

About 12 months

WP drafting interservice call evaluation, negotiation consultation

Year Y-1 Year Y Year Y+1

We are here for WP 2012


Wp 2011
WP 2011

  • Discussions started (about) in September 2010

  • Agreement among Member States in Mai 2010

  • Call opened in July 2010, close on 16 November 2010

  • Funding from 2011 budget available for ENV projects


Theme 6 environment including climate change
THEME 6:ENVIRONMENT (INCLUDING CLIMATE CHANGE)

  • Objective of the Environment Theme

    • To promote sustainable management of the natural and human environment and its resources by advancing our knowledge on the interactions between the biosphere, ecosystems and human activities

    • To develop new technologies, tools and services, in order to address in an integrated way global environmental issues


Wp2010 vs wp 2011
WP2010 vs WP 2011

  • The WP2010 was designed to support the agendas of competiveness and economic recovery which were implemented through increased emphasis on environmental technologies including cross thematic calls on Public-Private-Partnerships (PPPs) to foster industrial participation

  • The WP2011 will support the main policy initiatives and it will in particular address the grand societal challenges in the area of climate and environmental change, their consequences and links to other sectors such as energy, transport, agriculture, health etc.


The wp2011
The WP2011

  • is designed to address pro-actively 'Transformation to Sustainable Societies in a Changing Environment’

  • 3 Objectives:

    • to provide integrated solutions for action on adaptation to and mitigation of climate change

    • to support eco-innovation for eco-efficiency in society

    • to provide a systemic approach for governance in a changing environment.


The wp 2011 context
The WP 2011 (CONTEXT)

  • SME relevant researchand'bottom-up' approaches

  • International Cooperation

  • Cross-thematic approaches

  • Dissemination actions

  • Socio-economic dimension of research

  • Gender dimension

  • Usage of Earth observation data

  • Theme-specific information




Content of calls in 2011 i
CONTENT OF CALLS IN 2011 (I)

  • Activity 6.1 Climate Change, pollution and risks

    • Sub-Activity 6.1.1 Pressures on environment and climate

      • Area 6.1.1.1 The Earth System and Climate: Functioning and abrupt changes

      • Area 6.1.1.2 Emissions and pressures: Natural and anthropogenic

      • Area 6.1.1.3 The Global Carbon Cycle - greenhouse gas budgets

      • Area 6.1.1.4 Future climate (Not open in 2011)

      • Area 6.1.1.5 Climate change natural and socio-economic impacts

      • Area 6.1.1.6 Response strategies: adaptation, mitigation and policies

    • Sub-Activity 6.1.2 Environment and health

      • Area 6.1.2.1 Health impacts of climate change

      • Area 6.1.2.2 Health effects of environmental stressors other than climate change

      • Area 6.1.2.3 Methods and decision support tools for environmental health risk analysis and policy development

        • Sub-Activity 6.1.3 Natural Hazards

      • Area 6.1.3.1 Hazard assessment, triggering factors and forecasting

      • Area 6.1.3.2 Vulnerability assessment and societal impacts

      • Area 6.1.3.3 Risk assessment and management

      • Area 6.1.3.4 Multi-risk evaluation and mitigation strategies


Content of calls in 2011 ii
CONTENT OF CALLS IN 2011 (II)

  • Activity 6.2 Sustainable management of resources

    • Sub-Activity 6.2.1 Conservation and sustainable management of natural and man-made resources and biodiversity

  • Area 6.2.1.1 Integrated resource management

  • Area 6.2.1.2 Water resources

  • Area 6.2.1.3 Soil research and desertification (Not open in 2011)

  • Area 6.2.1.4 Biodiversity

  • Area 6.2.1.5 Urban development

  • Area 6.2.1.6 Integrated forest research

    • Sub-Activity 6.2.2 Management of marine environments

  • Area 6.2.2.1 Marine resources (Not open in 2011)

  • Area 6.2.2.2 'The ocean of tomorrow' call (new in 2011)


Content of calls in 2011 ii1
CONTENT OF CALLS IN 2011 (II)

  • Activity 6.3 Environmental technologies

    • Sub-Activity 6.3.1 Environmental technologies for observation, simulation, prevention, mitigation, adaptation, remediation and restoration of the natural and man-made environment

      • Area 6.3.1.1 Water

      • Area 6.3.1.2 Soil (See the Eco-innovation! Call under Area 6.3.1.9)

      • Area 6.3.1.3 Waste (See the Eco-innovation! Call under Area 6.3.1.9)

      • Area 6.3.1.4 Clean technologies (-//-)

      • Area 6.3.1.5 Built environment (-//-)

      • Area 6.3.1.6 Marine environment (-//-)

      • Area 6.3.1.7 Air technologies (-//-)

      • Area 6.3.1.8 Technologies for climate (-//-)

      • AREA 6.3.1.9 ECO-INNOVATION (new in 2011)


Content of calls in 2011 iii
CONTENT OF CALLS IN 2011 (III)

  • Sub-Activity 6.3.2 Protection, conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage, including human habitat

    • Area 6.3.2.1 Assessment and conservation in cultural heritage

    • Area 6.3.2.2 Networking, knowledge transfer and optimisation of results in cultural heritage

    • Area 6.3.2.3 Environment technologies for archaeology and landscapes (Not open in 2011)

    • Area 6.3.2.4 Fostering the integration of cultural heritage in urban and rural settings (Not open in 2011)

  • Sub-Activity 6.3.3 Technology assessment, verification and testing

    • Area 6.3.3.1 Risk assessment of chemicals and alternative strategies for testing (Not open in 2011)

    • Area 6.3.3.2 Technology assessment (Not open in 2011)

    • Area 6.3.3.3 Environmental technologies verification and testing (Not open in 2011)


Content of calls in 2011 iv
CONTENT OF CALLS IN 2011 (IV)

  • Activity 6.4 Earth observation and assessment tools for sustainable development

    • Sub-Activity 6.4.1 Earth and ocean observation systems and monitoring methods for the environment and sustainable development

      • Area 6.4.1.1 Integration of European activities within GEO

      • Area 6.4.1.2 Cross-cutting research activities relevant to GEO (Not open in 2011)

      • Area 6.4.1.3 Earth Observation activities in emerging areas

      • Area 6.4.1.4 Developing capacity building activities in the domain of Earth Observation in the new EU countries and in the developing countries

    • Sub-Activity 6.4.2 Forecasting methods and assessment tools for sustainable development taking into account differing scales of observation

      • Area 6.4.2.1 Tools for impact assessment

      • Area 6.4.2.2 Sustainable development indicators (Not open in 2011)

      • Area 6.4.2.3 Interplay between social, economic and ecological systems


Content of calls in 2011 v
CONTENT OF CALLS IN 2011 (V)

  • Activity 6.5 Horizontal activities

    • Sub-Activity 6.5.1 Dissemination and horizontal activities

Eligibility conditions

  • The general eligibility criteria are set out in:

    • Annex 2 of this work programme

    • the guide for applicants available on CORDIS

    • Note that each activity has may have particular requirements !!!



Romanian interest in wp2011 examples
Romanian Interest in WP2011 (examples) implementation

  • Area 6.2.2.2 'The ocean of tomorrow' call

    • OCEAN.2011-3:Assessing and predicting the combined effects of natural and human-made pressures in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea in view of their better governance

    • OCEAN.2011-4: Knowledge-base and tools for regional networks of MPAs, integrated management of activities together with assessment of wind energy potential in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea Call: FP7-OCEAN-2011

  • Area 6.3.1.9 Eco-innovation

    • ENV.2011.3.1.9-1 Eco-innovation

    • ENV.2011.3.1.9-2 Development of eco-efficiency meso-level indicators for technology assessment (part of the Eco-innovation Call)

    • ENV.2011.3.1.9-3 Macro-level Indicators to monitor the environmental impact of innovation (part of the Eco-innovation Call)

    • ENV.2011.3.1.9-4 Dynamic e-dissemination systems and platforms for enterprises including SMEs to exploit results for eco-innovation (part of the Eco-innovation Call)

  • Sub-Activity 6.5.1 Dissemination and horizontal activities

    • ENV.2011.5.1.0-1 Uptake of climate related research results through knowledge platforms with African collaboration partners


Possible russian interest in wp2011 examples
Possible Russian interest in WP2011 (examples)* implementation

  • OCEAN.2011-3:Assessing and predicting the combined effects of natural and human-made pressures in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea in view of their better governance

  • OCEAN.2011-4: Knowledge-base and tools for regional networks of MPAs, integrated management of activities together with assessment of wind energy potential in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.

* These selections are under the solely responsibility of the author of these slides and do not involve any commitment or influence from any Russian organization


Before starting take into account
Before starting ... take into account… implementation

FP 7 is program (I)

  • Funded by European tax payers + associated countries;

  • Designed to solve European scientific problems;

  • Open to (almost) all countries in the world

  • With specific topics which are not necessarily European but needed both by EU and third countries (e.g. tsunami, desertification, etc.)


Before starting take into account1
Before starting ... take into account… implementation

FP 7 is program (II)

  • Identify solutions for global issues (e.g. climate change, arctic melting, etc. );

  • Strengthen international cooperation in science & technology development;

  • Pave the way for knowledge & technology transfer in Europe,

  • etc., etc. …


The start
The start… implementation

Assessment:

Step 1: Research topic published in the work program

Step 2: Which is MY Research Capacity ?

Step 3: Do I have support available (both scientific and non-scientific ?)


Where to find the calls for proposals? implementation

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm


Documents needed
Documents NEEDED implementation

Call fiche

Work Programme – Environment

Guide for applicants (for the chosen

funding scheme)

Rules of participation (eligibility, submission, etc.)

Grant agreement

Financial rules (how money are to be spent)

INFORMATION PACKAGE

CRUCIAL !


After reading the work program, CHOSE the topic where you CAN participate

ALWAYS offer what

ISREQUESTED;


Work program
Work Program CAN participate

Background:

Topic description:

Type of project:

What is looking for:


Project Draft CAN participate

  • Describe shortly (max. 2 pages):

  • Which are the project objectives vs. research topic

  • How can you solve the issue mentioned in the topics ?

  • How can you contribute to knowledge development, problem solving and support policy development ?

  • Who are your partners to set up the core group ?

  • Is it realistic to be a coordinator or is better to be a partner ?

  • ………….


Project structuring
Project structuring CAN participate


Obiectives why
OBIECTIVES – WHY? CAN participate

Project objectives has to be defined within the European political context!

General objectives

On long term

.. To improve, to strengthen, to facilitate, etc.

Specific objectives

On short term

... To test, to develop new knowledge, etc. ...


Objectives
Objectives CAN participate


Results what
RESULTS – WHAT? CAN participate

  • MAIN RESULTS

    • Main targets to fulfill project objectives

  • DETAILED RESULTS

    • Milestones – (intermediary results)

    • Documents (maps, software, publications, etc.)

    • Immaterial results (new knowledge, test results, databases, etc.)

  • QUANTITATIVE and QUALITATIVE !


Responsibility who
RESPONSIBILITY – WHO? CAN participate

MAIN partners

  • each partner has a clearly defined role

  • Link the results to project partners

  • Complementarities

  • Different types

    Involvement of external stakeholders

  • Users: Evaluation Committee

  • Advisory committee

    Consortium agreement


Roles in an fp 7 proiect and not only
ROLES IN AN FP 7 PROIECT (and not only) CAN participate

WHERE ARE YOU ??


You are a small part of the puzzle
YOU ARE A SMALL PART OF THE PUZZLE CAN participate

  • Always look forBalance, Complementarities, Excellence, Commitment


A successful partnership is
A successful partnership is … CAN participate

…a fully integrated and balanced team

  • critical mass

  • complementary, clear roles & functions

  • no overlaps, no duplications

  • experienced in EU RTD projects

  • knowledge of the reputation of core partners

  • involvement of SMEs

  • Dissemination, Management


Pert no
PERT – NO !!!! CAN participate

WP1 Management WP2 …………. WP3 ………….WP4 ………….WP5 Dissemination

WP 1

WP 2

WP 3

End of project

Project start

WP 4

WP 5

Reports

Deliverables


Pert yes
PERT - YES CAN participate

WP5: Dissemination

WP leader: P4

Partners: ALL


Resources how much
RESOURCES – HOW MUCH? CAN participate

  • Realistic Budget, according to project involvement: balanced (per partner, per activities, per year)

  • Eligible costs

    • Salaries

    • Travel

    • Equipments / materials

    • Overhead

    • Subcontracting

Activities


Tips in proposal writing i
Tips in proposal writing (I) CAN participate

  • Use standard and concise English

  • Make the text clear, well structured, and fluent

  • Plan an index, use short paragraphs, point out key passages, schematise the concepts

  • Insert only information relevant to the project

  • Answer to ALL! the questions indicated in the form

  • Use terminology relevant to the context of the Programme and the call

  • Coherent language in all proposal paragraphs (e.g. service – system, experimentation – test etc.)

  • Introduce (new) concepts at the beginning, explain and work out (do not introduce new concepts afterwards)


Tips in proposal writing ii
Tips in proposal writing (II) CAN participate

  • Maintain the discourse coherent

  • Refer to public data (statistics) if relevant

  • Refer to previously funded projects (innovation can be a follow-up)

  • Short and dense text (use figures)

  • Make the proposal readable. Evaluator has few

  • hours to read your proposal and evaluate it.

  • Write in bold, use cursive, underline.

  • Better one table than thousand words…


Money are important but
Money are important but … CAN participate

  • Your proposal must be written in order to solve European problems identified in EU policies

  • Never give the impression that you are writing a project because trying to get funded

  • On specific scientific issues: YOU ARE THE KNOWLEDGE OWNER

  • Sell your competence at the right price: DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE YOURSELF

  • Build partnerships on: TRUST and CONFIDENCE


www.ENV-NCP-TOGETHER.eu CAN participate


Achievements so far i
Achievements so far (I) CAN participate

  • WP 1 – Christian Jagersma (Agentschap NL - NL)

    - NCP 1st training held in Bucharest in March,

    - 2nd Planned in January 2011

    • Twinning measures – under development

  • WP 2 – Alain Straus (FFG - AT)

    • Match-making software developed

    • 1st BE held in Vienna (Austria - Sept. 2009).

    • 2nd BE held in Istanbul (Turkey- Sept. 2010)


Achievements so far ii
Achievements so far (II) CAN participate

  • WP 3 – Catherine Holt (BETA - UK)

    • Pre-screening tool of project proposals !!!

    • Electronic version – possible future development

  • WP 4 – Marion Tobler (EU RESEARCH - CH)

    • Full cooperation with other projects (e.g. EURAL, IncoNet EECA)

      WP 5 – Surbhi Sharma (ITSMA - IN)

    • Report on Indian organizations and environmental sector in India

    • Database with potential Indian R&D partners


Achievements so far iii
Achievements so far (III) CAN participate

  • WP 6 – Lior Ben-Artzi (ISERD - IL)

    • Catalogue of researchers – on-line tool

    • PR materials: Posters, Leaflets

  • WP 7 – Zdenka Sustakova (TC AS CR - CZ)

    • National sector survey – will be available soon


Some deliverables available so far i
(some) deliverables available so far (I) CAN participate

  • WP3 – Proposal Pre-screening Tool

  • The Tool is broken down into sections and includes the following areas:

  • Formal Guidance

  • Common Errors

  • Good Practice

  • What the Evaluator Looks For

  • Model Answers, with Good Practice Guidelines

  • Checklist

Format of the Proposal Pre-screening Tool


Some deliverables available so far ii
(some) deliverables available so far (II) CAN participate

Pre-screening Proposal Tool - Advice


Some deliverables available so far iii
(some) deliverables available so far (III) CAN participate

Pre-screening Proposal Tool – Model Answers


Some deliverables available so far iv
(some) deliverables available so far (IV) CAN participate

Pre-screening Proposal Tool – Examples


www.ENV-NCP-TOGETHER.eu CAN participate

DO NOT HESITATE, PARTICIPATE!!!


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