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Poznan 21 november 2002 dr ir matthijs soede senter eg liaison the netherlands m soede@egl nl

“Practical

Aspects

of

Preparation

FP6 projects

Poznan - 21 November 2002

Dr. Ir. Matthijs Soede

Senter/EG-Liaison The Netherlands

[email protected]


Content

Content

  • From idea to the contract

  • How to get into a consortium

  • Evaluation Criteria

  • Questions


From idea to the contract

From idea to the contract


From idea to the contract1

From idea to the contract

  • Define your project - fit with FP6?

  • Read Workprogramme and Guide for proposers carefully

  • Draft first pages

  • Finding partners

  • Consortium Agreement

  • Writing proposal

  • Submitting proposal before the deadline

  • Evaluation of proposal

  • Contract negotiations

  • Contract


Timing

Timing


Consortium agreement is needed in an early stage

Consortium agreementis needed in an early stage


How to get into a consortium

How to get into a consortium?


Expressions of interest

Expressions of Interest


National regional contact point system

National/Regional Contact Point system

  • Giving information and advice about FP5/6

  • In every country - partners can ask for information in their own country!

  • Building bridges between Brussels and the research society

  • Giving support with finding partners


Evaluation criteria

Evaluation Criteria


Evaluation criteria1

Evaluation Criteria

  • Relevance to the objectives of the programme

  • Potential Impact

  • Scientific and Technological excellence

  • Quality of the consortium

  • Quality of the management

  • Mobilisaton of resources


Size integrated project

Size Integrated Project

24 Million Euro for 4 years

20 Million Euro for personnel

1 researcher = 80000 Euro per year

20 Million Euro = 250 research years

Project 4 year: 62,5 researchers per year!!!!


Relevance to the objectives of the programme

Relevance to the objectives of the programme

  • addressing the scientific, technical, socio-economic and policy objectives

    • Objective “Lisbon”:to allow the Union becomingthe most dynamic and most competitive knowledge-based economy within 10 years

    • Objective “Göteborg”:sustainable development (environment, economy, employment)

    • ERA:…Integrating, reinforcing, structuring


Example topic from priority 3 nmp

Example topic from priority 3 NMP

  • Mastering chemistry and creating new processing pathways for multifunctional materials - IP; NE; STREP; CA

  • The overall objective is to maintain and extend Europe’s lead in chemical technologies, building on skills and respecting the environment, and also to provide benefits in other intermediary and end-user sectors. RTD objectives should include, among others, new strategies and optimisation of chemical reactivity and catalysis, development of supra-molecular and macromolecular engineering, product formulation, new solvent routes, chemistry and new synthesis routes for eco-materials


  • Poznan 21 november 2002 dr ir matthijs soede senter eg liaison the netherlands

    Innovation

    Time

    Integration is key in Priority 3 for...

    Structuring ERA:

    RTD organisations, Industry, Services, Users & funding sources

    Strategic objectives:

    leadership, cost-effectiveness, added value, sustainable growth, health & safety, cleaner environment, etc.

    Complementary activities:

    demos, education, training, information exchange with users, dissemination, legal & financial environment, IPR, etc

    Research:

    on enabling & hybrid technologies, i.e. design & engineering, clean technologies, materials science, social sciences, nanotechnology, etc

    supporting changes in production

    & consumption paradigms


    Potential impact

    Potential Impact

    • Suitably ambitious in terms of its strategic impact on reinforcing competitiveness or on solving societal problems

    • Optimal use of the project results

    • Clear added value in carrying out the work at European level


    Scientific and technological excellence

    Scientific and Technological excellence

    • Clearly defined objectives

    • the objective represent clear progress beyond the current state-of-the-art

    • The proposed S&T approach is likely to enable the project to achieve its objectives in research and innovation


    Quality of the consortium

    Quality of the consortium

    • The participants collectively constitute a consortium of high quality

    • Participants well suited and committed to the tasks assigned to them

    • Good complementarity

    • Profiles of partners clearly described

    • Opportunity of involving SME’s has been adequately addressed

      • YOU NEED MOTIVATED PARTNERS


    Quality of the management

    Quality of the management

    • The organisational structure is well-matched to the complexity of the project and to the degree of integration required

    • Project management is demonstrably of high quality

    • Satisfactory plan for the management of knowledge,of intellectual property and of other innovation related activities


    Management integrated projects

    Ethical aspects, science-society dialogue

    Training

    strong management

    structure

    RTD 4

    RTD 5

    Management

    RTD 1

    RTD 3

    RTD 2

    Implementation

    Plan

    Demonstration

    Technology transfer, exploitation

    Management Integrated projects

    • Project coordination team

    • Scientific board


    Networks of excellence

    Governing Council

    Funding Bodies Representatives

     To structure the EU research potential

    by integrating research capacities

    European Commission

    • Joint research activities

    • Integrating activities

    • Spreading of excellence

    • Common management

    Management Group

    Management Group

    Research team leader

    Partner Organisation Representative

    Networks of Excellence


    Mobilisation of resources

    Mobilisation of resources

    • Consortium mobilises the critical mass of resources (personnel, equipment, finance….)

    • Resources are convincingly integrated to form a coherent project

    • The overall financing plan for the project is adequate.


    Questions

    Questions


    Good luck

    Good luck


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