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The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

THE ROMANIAN RD&I SYSTEM IN THE

LIUBLJANA PROCESS PERSPECTIVE

National Authority for Scientific Research

Ministry of Education, Research, and Innovation

Bucharest, 29 October 2009


Outline

OUTLINE

  • THE RD&I SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. ChallengesII. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS 1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI Projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs (Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


Outline1

OUTLINE

I. THE RD&I SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. ChallengesII. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS 1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

I.1. RD&I system in Ro - characterization:National Authority for Scientific Research

Mission:To ensure the elaboration, application, monitoring and evaluation of the policies in the field of research, technology development and innovation, consistent with the strategy and the Governing Programme,

Ministry A

GOVERNMENT

Ministry B

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Ministry of Education, Research, and Innovation (MERI)

National Authority for Scientific Research

Ministry of Education, Research, and Innovation

National Authority for Scientific Research (ANCS)

for the purpose of ensuring the enlargement of the national and international techno-logical and innovation patrimony, the sustainable economic development, the access on the internal, European and global markets, the creation of the informational knowledge-based economy, the satisfaction of the citizens' needs and growth in the quality of their lives.

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 1 rd i system in ro characterization main chart financial flows

Contributions

to EU

Innov. Council

EU funds

AB-RD&I

CNCSIS

Consulting bodies

CRIC

MERI – ANCS

National Plan

ANCS

Intermediate

BodySOP-IEC

GOVERD

0.41% GDP

UEFISCSU

AMCSIT

CNMP

Ro. Acad.

IFA

Executive agencies

Core progr.

Other Ministries

(sectoral progr.)

Universities

National RD Institutes

Private grants

Outsourced RD&I

Romanian Academy

Branch Academies

BERD

0.18%

GDP

In-house RD&I

Enterprises

I.1. RD&I system in Ro - characterization: Main chart ““financial flows

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I 1 rd i system in ro characterization structure

I.1. RD&I system in Ro - characterization:Structure

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 1 rdi system in ro characterization structure processes

I.1. RDI system in Ro - characterization:Structure &processes

RD&I policy

Government

Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation (MERI) -

National Authority for Scientific Research (ANCS)

Other ministries

Consultation

ST Policy Council, Consulting bodies (CNCSIS, Adv.Board-RD&I,

Innov. Council, CRIC), Groups of experts, ST foresight

Romanian

Academy

Branch

Academies

Instruments

National RDI Programmes

European Progs.

Other

National RDI Plan

Grants

Core Progs.

Sectoral Progr.

Other

FP 7

SOP-IEC

ELI,…

CERN,…

Implemen-

tation

Executive agencies: UEFISCSU, CNMP, AMCSIT, IFA, Intermediate Body

Operation

Public

Universities

Romanian Academy

Institutes

Branch Academies

Institutes

National R&D

Institutes

ReNITT

Private

Private

Universities

Research

Institutes

Associations,

Foundations

Enterprises

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 1 rd i system in ro characterization national strategy 2007 2013

I.1. RD&I system in Ro - characterization: National Strategy 2007-2013

Implementation:National Plan ’07-’13 and synergical programmes as well.

National Strategy

National Plan

Bricks of the 2007-2013 RD&I policy

Internal: First national wide-spreading

foresight exercise

External: Accession to EU

...

Basic assumption: Towards 1% of GDP until 2013 ?

Creating and developing S&T knowledge

National Strategy

Strategic Objectives

Increasing competitiveness of Ro. economy

National Plan

Raising quality of life

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 1 rd i system in ro characterization national plan 2007 2013

I.1. RD&I system in Ro - characterization: National Plan 2007-2013

Principles: Multi-annual allocation, pre-financing, investment model

Programme 1. Human Resources

Increasing the number of researchers and improving their professional performances

Programme 2. Capacities

Development of RDI infrastructures and their better connection and use at national and international level

Programme 3. Ideas

Generation of high level S&T results, contributing to a higher international visibility and recognition for Romanian research

Programme 4. Partnerships in priority RD&I fields

Promotion of ST partnerships leading to innovative technologies, products and services for solving complex problems in key application areas

Programme 5. Innovation

Promotion of industry-led research, technological development and innovation, based on the absorption of research results, for improving economic competitiveness and the quality of life

Programme 6. Institutional performance

Promoting the continuity and stability of RD institutions, through the development of their own strategies, in accordance with the National RD&I Strategy

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 1 rd i system in ro characterization synergical instruments

I.1. RD&I system in Ro- characterization: synergical instruments

 Research of Excellenceprogramme (CEEX, 2005-2008), to structuring and building the Romanian Research Area in order to become fully compatible with the European and international standards of performance.

 Core RD programmes of the national RD institutions, in order to sustaining long-term strategic objectives, specific to the sectors in which these institutions are performing.

 Sectoral Operational Programme for “Increasing the Economic Competitiveness” Priority Axis 2 – „Increasing the economic competitiveness through research and innovation” (SOP-IEC), to increasing the Romanian enterprises productivity and reducing the productivity gaps with respect to EU 27 by the following channels:

- increasing the research capacity by the development of research infrastructures and by attracting young people and highly qualified specialists;

- strengthening the knowledge supply from universities and RD institutes;

- stimulate technology transfers based on the cooperation between RD institutions and enterprises;

- stimulate innovation demand from enterprises.

 Three programmes focused on basic research of the Romanian Academy

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I 1 rd i system in ro characterization system capacity

I.1. RD&I system in Ro- characterization: system capacity

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Source: INS 2009

  • Increasing trends …BUTcomparing to UE-27 (2007)

  • The share of researchers in total employment

  • 35,2%oo in Romania << 92%oo UE 27

  • The share of employees from RD activities in total employment

  • 47,9 %ooin Romania << 155%oo UE 27.

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 2 rd i system in ro results output dynamic

I.2 RD&I system in Ro - results: output dynamic

Source: ANCS, ISI Web of Knowledge - Thomson Reuters, Eurostat

  • Excepting the patent statistic, the trends are positive

  • Specific policy measures:

  • Rewarding the authors of ISI publications and patents.

  • Improving the RD&I managerial skillsby supporting specific actions e.g. training,

  • international mobilities etc.

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 2 rd i system in ro results positive impact on economy

I.2 RD&I system in Ro - results: positive impact on economy

Sources: INS, *)ANCS, Eurostat

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I.2 RD&I system in Ro - results: significant achievements

  • Among the highest growth rates in Europe of some of the indicators related to innovation (e.g.share of employees in knowledge-intensive services, organizational innovation, share of innovative enterprises)

  • “… Bulgaria and Romania have been improving their performance the fastest.”

  • (EIS 2008-Comparative analysis of innovation performance, 2009)

  • Increase of BERD (but caution, because GDP diminished in 2008)

  • Significant investments in RD infrastructure(in the first two years ’08-’09, the programme Capacities accounted for the largest share of expenditure with respect to its total, multi-annual budget)

  • New or new levels of international collaborations(pan-European research infrastructures, candidacy to CERN, supporting the FP7 Ro partners etc.)

  • Significant improvements of the quality of human resources(frontier research in the Ro Ideas programme, supporting the mobility of researchers via the Human Resources programme and billateral cooperation etc.)

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


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I.2 RD&I system in Ro - results: significant achievements

  • More than half of the number of researchers are still belonging to exact, natural, and engineering sciences

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I 2 rd i system in ro results still to do

I.2 RD&I system in Ro - results:still to do

The effectiveness is obvious, but again, comparing with UE-27

  • The share of HiTech exports in total exports

    3.80% in Romania << 15.96% UE 27

  • The share of personnel working or with tertiary education in ST fields in total employment

    22.97% in Romania << 39.25% UE 27.

  • The share of employees in HiTech and Mid-Tech manufacturing in total employment

    5.66% in Romania < 6.69% UE 27 close enough

  • The share of employees in knowledge based services in total employment

    14.40% in Romania << 32.94% UE 27.

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 3 rd i system in ro challenges

I.3 RD&I system in Ro - challenges

  • Improve the absorption capacity of the RD&I system, including the structural funds

  • Sub-optimal functionality of some public RD institutions - e.g. project and programme monitoring, lack of integrated info system dedicated to RD activities, resources, and outputs.

  • Sub-optimal functionality of ReNITT

  • Global crisis led to public under-financing

  • Provisioned effects upon unemployment, so that the competition for Hum.Res. in ST will increase

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


I 3 rd i system in ro challenges public funding

I.3. RD&I system in Ro- challenges: public funding

  • Political decision

  • on diminishing the

  • share of ANCS in

  • public financing has

  • to be balanced by:

  • Improving the

  • efficiency of RD

  • expenditure

  • Competing for

  • other financing

  • sources: private,

  • EU, Asian etc.

  • Improving the

  • public acceptance for research and innovation

?

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


Outline2

OUTLINE

  • THE RD&I SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. ChallengesII. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS 1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


Ii international cooperation in the framework of fp7 comparison to some member states and turkey

II. International Cooperation in the Framework of FP7 – Comparison to some member states and Turkey

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

II. International Cooperation in the Framework of FP7– Comparison to some member states and Turkey

Table data source: interpretation of EuropeanCommission’s data by Romania’s Permanent Representation to EU. Statistics rely on the results of 90 calls of FP7 and available information up to January 10, 2009.

Conclusion

Level of Romania’s participation in FP7 compared to EU averageislow

if wetakeintoaccounttwofactors:

I. weight of RO population to EU (4,32%)

II. RO GDP (close to 1% of EU GDP in 2007; increasefrom 48,4 bil. Є in 2002

to 115 bil. Є in 2007)

If weapply the ratio RO GDP/EU GDP of 0,98% to the budget of 7,3 bil. EUR for the 90 calls itresults a contribution of 71,567 mil. EUR.

If we compare it to the actual EU contribution for RO participants in selectedprojects (i.e. 41 mil. EUR) we have a recovery rate of 57,3%.

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The NMS have a satisfactory participation to FP7

Lack of communication between potentialcooperation partners and in consortium

More confidence is needed towards the NCP networks

Results of the first calls have shown up:

level of integration into the ERA

research capacity at national level

integration degree in the EU strategies

ability to find project partners

success of NMS close connected to their participation in projects coordinated by EU 15

Structural funds – their efficient use could represent a major support in consolidating ofstrong S&T areas and NMS integration in the ERA

Guidelines for development of the NationalResearch Strategies:

Link with industry (ETPs) andincreased cooperation with industry

Research fields and themes in accordance with the National Research Strategy

National Research Strategy harmonyzed with the European Strategic Research Agenda

II. International Cooperation in the Framework of FP7– Comparison to some member states and Turkey

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The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

II. International Cooperation in the Framework of FP7– Comparison to some member states and Turkey

Key to success

  • Information!

    • http//:cordis.europa.eu/fp7

    • NCP

    • ROST

  • Identifyvaluable partners!

  • Pro-active attitude!

  • Knowledge and apply of rules!

  • Presence in FP7!

    • Evaluators

    • Experts in working groups

    • “Register your organisation” - CORDIS

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The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

European Partnership for Researchers in Romania

  • E.C. COM(2008)317, “Better carriers and more mobility: a European partnership for researchers”

  • Working group on EPR in RO: set up on October 2009

  • Members of the WG relevant stakeholders for the 4 key areas: ANCS, UEFISCSU, CNPAS, MAI-ORI

  • Mandate of the WG on EPR: contribute to the identification of the priority actions in line with the EC proposals and according to the specific situation and needs in Romania

  • Goals: - set up a National Action Plan with specific objectives and actions to achieve the aims of EPR

  • - support its implementation

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


Outline3

OUTLINE

I.THE RDI SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. ChallengesII. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS 1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj)2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

Bucharest, October 29, 2009


Iii 1 adapting to the liubljana process better careers and more mobility for researchers

III.1. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS – Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers

“Research

is the transformation of Money into Knowledge”

“Innovation

is the transformation of Knowledge into Money”

All driven by

skills and energy of PEOPLE

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The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

  • Key Challenges:

  • Quality and availability of researchers in Romania; the European added value;

  • A continuous Knowledge Flow: Researchers mobility, as a continuum process of brain drain, brain gain, brain circulation inter and intra sectors, cross country, across borders; the European added value;


The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

  • Response to the Challenges:

  • - Support for professional career development;

    • PhD students:

      • stipendium / fellowships; synergy with PO-HRD

      • small research grants; avoiding the drop rate, develop managerial capacity

    • PostDoc funding schemes: Attract the most promising young researchers to locate their research group in Romania;

      • PostDoc Return Grant; brain gain/brain circulation

      • First PostDoc Grant; avoid brain drain; develop managerial capacity

      • First PostDoc grant as research team coordinator;

      • attractiveness of research career; develop managerial capacity

      • Researchers of excellence: Attract well establish researchers to locate their research team in Romania; brain gain/brain circulation/ internationalization of research


The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

  • Response to the Challenges:

  • - Support for professional career development;

    • Researchers mobility :

      • inter and intra sectorial; knowledge flow

      • conferences; international cooperation /collaboration /flow of researchers; joint research projects

  • Reward for:

    • publishing in ISI Journals;

    • patents;

  • Internationalization of Romanian research, by ensuring the equal

  • access of the foreign researchers;

  • - Next step: co-fund scheme in PEOPLE program


  • Outline4

    OUTLINE

    I.THE RDI SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. Challenges II. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS 1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:Research infrastructures

    State of the art (2006):Romanian RD infrastructure below the European levelSub-optimal use of the existing facilitiesConcentration in the Bucharest region

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:Research infrastructures

    Specific measures in line with National Strategy & Liubljana initiatives: Institutional: establishing the Romanian Committee for Research Infrastructures (CRIC) Financial support: - Specific calls for research laboratories in universities - GRID based infrastructure under development by dedicated consortium Operational: establishing regulation and operative rules to accessing the national and international libraries, facilities, and data bases

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:Research infrastructures

    CRIC

    Mission: Establishing the priorities for establishing, developing, and

    using the research infrastructures.

    Role: Advisory body of ANCS in both positions of scientific council for

    the Capacities programme, and strategic consulting forum of the

    Ro scientific community.

    Activity: Drawing out of a roadmap to be followed in building and

    operation of such infrastructures, as well as accessing the

    international research facilities.

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:Research infrastructures

    • CRIC roadmap established19 national priorities,

    • advisedRomanian contribution in 9 ESFRI-agreed pan-European facilities

      • - Extreme Light Infrastructure - ELI

      • - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research - FAIR

      • - Production and study of rare isotope radioactive beams - Spiral2

      • - Underwater Neutrino Observatory - KM3NET

      • - European Bio-Banking and Biomolecular Resources - BBMRI,

      • -ERICON – Aurora Borealis,

      • - Research Infrastructures Network for Research in Biodiversity - LIFE WATCH

      • - Council of European Social Science Data Archives - CESSDA

      • - Common Language Resources and Technology Initiative – CLARIN

      • as well as the accession to

      •  “Centre Européen pour la Récherche Nucléaire” – CERN

      •  E- infrastructures

    • 19 Prioritati pentru investitia in noi infrastructuri:

      • Infrastructuri pentru comunicatii (retele de mare viteza, Infrastructura GRID)

      • Platforme Integrate pentru CD si testare

      • (agricultura, energie, mediu, biotehnologie, patrimoniu cultural )

      • Centre/ Institute de cercetari avansate

      • Meta baze de date (ex.: Sistem unitar biblioteci ST, Rezultate si proiecte CD

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    Outline5

    OUTLINE

    I. THE RDI SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. Challenges II. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS 1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe)3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:

    Structural Funds for RDI projects

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:

    Structural Funds for RDI projects

    • BUDGETPRIORITY AXIS 2 2007-2013

    • ERDF: 537 mil eur (21% of SOP-IEC funds)

    • State budget:109 mil eur

    • Total: 646 mil eur

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    submitted

    selected/contracted

    III.2. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS:

    Structural Funds for RDI projects

    Total Axis

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    Outline6

    OUTLINE

    I. THE RDI SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. Challenges II. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu)4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    Iii 3 adapting to the liubljana process r omanian r d in support to jtis future jps

    III.3. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS– Romanian R&D in support to JTIs& Future JPs

    • RO / Participation in 4 JTIs:

      • ARTEMIS (embedded systems)

      • ENIAC (nanotechnologies)

      • IMI (innovative medicines)

      • CLEAN SKY (aeronautics)

  • RO / Intention of participation in 4 JPs:

    • HEALTH

    • FOOD

    • WATER

    • CULTURAL HERITAGE

  • Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.3. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Romanian R&D in support to JTIs& Future JPs: Synergic support for participation

    • RD&I National Plan 2007-2013

    • The distribution of projects by S&T priority fields and by prog’s / Relevant domains


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.3. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Romanian R&D in support to JTIs& Future JPs: Synergic support for participation

    RD&I National Plan 2007-2013/ Programme Capacities

    2008/ Total value: 242.2 Mlei (~ 60.5 MEur)

    The distribution of investment projects for RD infrastructures by ST priority fields/ Relevant domains

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.3. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Romanian R&D in support to JTIs& Futur JPs: Synergic support for participation

    International support / RO participation in

    • 16 ERA NETs (including SEE EraNet+)

    • 9 ESFRI projects(including ELI, FAIR)

    • 8 ETPs (including hydrogen & fuel cells, photovoltaics, “Food for life”)

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.3. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Romanian R&D in support to JTIs& Future JPs: RD organizations involved in JTIs

    • CLEAN SKY

      • NATIONAL R&D INSTITUTE FOR AEROSPACE «ELIE CARAFOLI» - INCAS BUCHAREST / WWW.INCAS.RO

    • ENIAC

      • NATIONAL R&D INSTITUTE FOR MICROTECHNOLOGIES – IMT BUCHAREST / WWW.IMT.RO

      • «MICROELECTRONICA SA» / WWW.MICROEL.RO

    • IMI

      • NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL R&D www.ncpri.ro

    • ARTEMIS

      • THE ROMANIAN ACADEMY / RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WWW.RACAI.RO

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    Outline7

    OUTLINE

    I. THE RDI SYSTEM IN ROMANIA (Marian Enachescu)1. Characterization 2. Main results 3. Challenges II. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FP7 (Anca Ghinescu)III. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS1. Better Careers and More Mobility for Researchers (Adrian Curaj) 2. Research Infrastructures (Ionel Andrei)& Structural Funds for RDI projects (Dana Gheorghe) 3. Romanian RD in Support to JTIs and Future JPs(Rolanda Predescu) 4. Intellectual Property Protection (Rolanda Predescu)

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


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    III.4. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Intellectual Property Protection

    National IPR Protection bodies:

    • STATE OFFICE FOR INVENTIONS AND MARKS - OSIM

    • ROMANIAN OFFICE FOR AUTHOR’S RIGHTS - ORDA

    • OSIM – receiving office for:

      • National patents

      • EPs: applications according to the European Patent Convention(EPC)(through OSIM for EPO)

      • Patents under PCT: applications according to thePatent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)

    • electronic filing of patent applications  (PDF) available (OSIM ORDER no. 112/21)

    • filings can be done using the EPO system:EPO Online Filing (EPO-OLF), with a smart card issued by EPO

    • OSIM continues to accept traditional filings on paper

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


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    III.4. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Intellectual Property Protection

    NATIONAL LEGISLATION (I)

    • Patents

      • PATENT LAW No. 64/1991*  republished (August 2007)

      • Law No 93/1998 on transitional protection of patentsfor inventions

      • Law No 11/1991 on the repression of unfair competition

  • Trademarks

    • Law no. 84/1998 on Marks and Geographical Indications

  • Industrial design

    • Design Law No. 129/1992 republished (December 2007) 

  • Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    III.4. ADAPTING TO THE LIUBLJANA PROCESS -Intellectual Property Protection

    NATIONAL LEGISLATION (II) 

    • Utility models

      • Law No. 350/ 2007on Utility Models

  • Topographies of semiconductor products

    • Law no. 16/ 1995 on the protection of topographies of semiconductor productsrepublished (December 2005)

  • Plants varieties

    • Law no. 255/1998 on the protection of the new plant varieties –republished (January 2007)

  • Government Ordinance no. 41/1998*) on the fees in the industrial property protection field

  • Law no. 8/1996on author rightsrepublished (August 2006)

  • Bucharest, October 29, 2009


    The romanian rd i system in the liubljana process perspective

    Thank you !

    Bucharest, October 29, 2009


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