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Lutz Walter 10 th Governing Council Meeting Brussels, 30/10/2009. Contents. Progress Overview Industry leadership of the platform PPE Lead Market 2010 Annual ETP Conference ETP Funding – Dissemination Services. Progress Overview incl. FP7 & ERA-Net. SRA Implementation through FP7.

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Lutz Walter

10th Governing Council Meeting

Brussels, 30/10/2009


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Contents

  • Progress Overview

  • Industry leadership of the platform

  • PPE Lead Market

  • 2010 Annual ETP Conference

  • ETP Funding – Dissemination Services


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Progress Overviewincl. FP7 & ERA-Net


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SRA Implementation through FP7

2007call: projects ongoing

2008 call: 7 PPE-related projects have negotiated contracts, are about to start

2009 call: 2nd stage evaluation results announced, no confirmed information about textile-related projects (apart from ERA-Net)

2010 call: EC calls launched in late July, various submission deadlines Oct-Dec, TEPPIES call & brokerage events

2011-13 calls: Potential work programme topics in discussion within EC


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FP7 2008

NMP call on Protective Textiles


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FP7 2009

  • 3rd NMP Call in Nov. 2008, relatively modest budget (transitional year)

  • Limited textile research priorities

  • topics on biomass-based and high performance composites (Materials unit, ‘M’ of NMP)

  • TEPPIES call Nov., result 16 project ideas

  • Organisation of TEG1+5 project brokerage event covering both composites topics in Jan.

  • First stage proposal submission Feb., 2nd stage proposals in June, results announced, textile project results unclear


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FP7 2010

NMP:

  • Topic for research on technologies for efficient & automated production of 3D-shaped and multi-layered products/components from flexible materials

  • Submission deadline 8th Dec. 2009 (2 stages)

  • TEPPIES call, 14 project ideas submitted

  • Well-attended project brokerage event held on 6th Oct. in Brussels

    ICT:

  • Topic for research on Smart Textiles

  • Submission deadline 26th Oct. 2009 (1 stage)

  • TEPPIES call, 16 project ideas submitted

  • Well-attended project brokerage event held on 8th Sept. in Brussels


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FP7 2010

PPP:

  • Launch of 3 Public Private Partnerships by EC in July for Research on:

    • Factories of the Future

    • Green Cars

    • Energy-efficient Buildings

  • First calls for proposals in parallel with NMP-ICT call in late July

  • Submission deadline 3rd Nov. 2009 (1 stage)

  • 1 interesting topic in FoF-PPP “Supply chain approaches for small series ind. production”

  • TEPPIES call, 4 project ideas submitted

  • Included in project brokerage event on 6th Oct. in Brussels


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FP7 2011-13

  • Various channels to feed textile topic proposals into EC preparation processes for 2011-13 planning

    • Based on original SRA

    • SRA updates

    • Cross-platform initiatives (ManuTex, BioTex, Consumer Goods…)

    • Ad-hoc consultations (NMP Nanotech & Materials, PPP’s)

  • NMP 2011 Workprogramme presented as first draft to programme committee

  • PPP’s 3-year work programmes in advanced discussion with stakeholder community – textile input into Factories of the Future & Energy-efficient Buildings

    General outlook FP7 2011-13 very positive


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Collaboration with other ETP’s

  • NanoFutures – Signature of MoU for close collaboration

  • EU-Mat (Advanced Materials) – first meeting to discuss concrete collaboration actions scheduled for 24 Nov.

  • Consumer Goods (collaboration with Footwear & Sports platforms)

  • Continued follow-up work with ManuFuture (ManuTex) and SusChem-Biotech (BioTex)


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Consumer Goods Research

  • Several meetings & conf. calls with Footwear & Sports platforms since Jan 2009

  • First draft research roadmap

  • Input provided to EU FP7 programming (2011-13), topics: mass customisation, product functionality, new design/pd techniques, flexible manufacturing, new supply chain concepts…

  • Public event planned for 4th Feb. 2010 in Brussels (incl. high-level EU involvement)

  • Need to appoint an industry champion from the Textile ETP


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ERA-NET

  • Title: CROSSTEXNET – Textiles at the Cross Roads of New Applications

  • Coordinator: Region Nord Pas-de-Calais, France

  • 18 partners from 11 countries

  • Duration 3 years (start Nov. 2009)

  • Budget €1.5 mln.

  • Kick-off meeting 23-24 Nov. Lille/FR

  • Strong collaboration with ETP



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ETP Industry Leadership – current status

  • Industry leadership in GC is a great plus, but how connecting/multiplying are the individual members

  • Industry involvement at operational level (TEG’s etc.) is weak

  • Industry involvement in EU research projects is improving, but true industry leadership is still rare

  • Industry involvement differs greatly by country

  • Industry awareness/commitment to ETP at top management level is way too low

  • The current economic situation does not help

  • Compared to other ETP’s our perceived industry leadership is medium

    Industry commitment & leadership is the n° 1 condition for continued ETP success


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ETP Actions that could stimulate more industry involvement

Examples:

  • training courses for industry on advanced technologies & materials

  • exploiting the TEPPIES system for brokerage of industrial research projects

  • EU project results dissemination which really reaches the industry

  • developing content for www.textile-platform.euwhich is valued by industry

  • Industry-oriented workshops with related sectors/platforms

  • Finding ways to collect regular input/guidance from industry for desired ETP actions.


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From industry involvement to industry (thought) leadership

Principles:

  • Collecting industry input (“thoughts”) in a broad & coordinated but also quick & cost-effective way – Where? How? By whom?

  • Review & prioritise ideas & decide on actions in a collective & transparent way to avoid individual “actionisme”

  • Provide wherever possible timely & concise feedback on new actions undertaken & results achieved

  • Define 1 committed industry champion (supported by Sherpa) for each action


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HTG Education Industrial Training Actions


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Follow-up of HTG Work

Education:

  • Last EHTG meeting 9th Sept.

  • Participation of Universities, Colleges & Institutes

  • Major discussion points:

    • Industry training actions

    • Marie Curie call for ITN projects (people exchange industry-academia)

    • On-line textile training tools

    • Election of new chairman: Prof. C. Carr, Manchester Univ.

  • Next meeting 11th Dec, Brussels


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Industry Training Actions

Objective:

Organisation of focussed industry-oriented practical training courses on advanced technological subjects at European level to supplement or up-grade national training actions in relevant technological areas



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Industry Training Actions

Principles:

  • Duration: 1,5 - 2 days max.

  • Content: very focussed, very practical, but at highest technical level

  • Trainers: internationally leading academic , technological and market experts in the subject domain concerned

  • Academy style (modular, certifiable)

  • Location: held in research institutes with relevant technology pilot facilities, not universities (industry more familiar institute environment)


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Industry Training Actions

Principles:

  • Mix of group sessions and individualsessions

  • Training language English, local language translation only in cases of exceptional need.

  • Funding: self-funded through participation fees (possible start-up support through public funding opportunities to be investigated)

  • Recording of training sessions and provision of training material in electronic or print format as well as their access options (ETP website, on-line training platforms, web broadcasting) to be investigated


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Industry Training Actions

Subjects:

  • Selected subjects of high-industrial relevance (taking into account local industry state of the art and develeopment)

  • Possibly structured according to the TEG structure of the Technology Platform. Initial selection of 2 topics per TEG.

  • Starting point could be the availability of pilot facilities and technological experts within Textranet institutes (to be discussed)


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Industry Training Actions

Next Steps

  • Agreement on long-list of subject proposals between Textranet & AUTEX

  • Consultation with industry, selection of subjects short list

  • Identification of trainers and training facilities

  • Further discussion on organisational details

  • Launch of first round of 2-3 pilot training sessions in 2010

  • Assessment, go/no-go for further implementation, organisational fine-tuning



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EC Mid-term Assessment of Lead Market Policy

  • Mid-term assessment of lead markets part of a new EU innovation policy communication

  • Overall assessment very positive

  • PPE LM: good progress compared to other LM’s (espec. research, networking, public procurement, some more actions needed in standardisation)

  • In parallel: Economic study on PPE market by Security Research unit of DG Enterprise


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PPE Roadmap Implementation

On-going actions:

  • 7 FP7 PPE projects just started, ETP to closely follow up

  • ERA-Net will give special attention to PPE LM

  • Public procurement networking project EnProTex just started, need to closely follow up

  • Preparation of big integrated project


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Upcoming Events

  • EU workshop to review PPE LM progress on 14 Dec. in Brussels

  • Follow-up event to 2008 PPE conference, tent. End 2010 in Germany



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5th Annual Public ETP Conference

24-25 March 2010, Brussels

Key Points:

  • Working title: “Textile Research & Innovation across Europe”

  • Organised as major showcase of textile-related R&I clusters, networks, initiatives at national/regional level (presentations, exhibits, posters…)

  • Major event for promotion of CrossTexNet (ERA-Net)

  • Policy & strategy session with keynotes from high-level EC speakers

  • Need to complete list of national/regional initiatives & confirm contributions

  • Search for sponsorships


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ETP Funding EU Funding & Dissemination Services


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EC Funding

  • EC call for collaboration projects between different ETP’s

  • Several opportunities exist to work with NanoFutures, EU-Mat and the Consumer Goods ETP’s


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Project Dissemination Services

General idea:

  • Leveraging the power of the ETP network to organise more effective project dissemination actions with more industry-reach for all ETP textile research projects

    Concepts:

  • Clustering of related projects

  • Develop privileged cooperations with established conferences, trade fairs, trade magazines, publishing houses, national industry federations etc.

  • Support projects with production & placement of dissemination materials

    Ultimate concept:

  • Projects pay a small sum (subcontract ETP) for dissemination services and thereby strengthen the network to which they partly owe their existence and which ensures future projects (= beneficiaries pay!)


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Project Dissemination Services

First Steps:

  • GC decides in Oct. 2008 to pursue this concept

  • Some consultations with individual projects (response generally positive)

  • ETP Conference 2009 as successful pilot test

  • Collection of full set of project summaries, update of project database at www.textile-platform.eu

  • Dissemination service concept developed in more detail throughout 2009

  • Meeting with project coordinators – proposed date Tue 15th Dec. 2009 in Brussels


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Project Dissemination Services

Activities with advanced projects (late FP6-early FP7):

  • Project results screening and clustering

  • Active promotion of presentations at industry-oriented events

  • Collective presence at TechTextil 2011, ITMA 2011 (joint stands, fringe programme, publications)

  • Other relevant fairs to be investigated

  • Coordinated publications in trade magazines & scientific volumes

  • Development of attractive print & on-line results dissemination material, exploitation of potential of www.textil-platform.eu

  • Link to Industry Training Actions

    Activities with early-stage projects (mid-FP7):

  • Project objectives screening and clustering

  • Support to dissemination plan development

  • Active promotion of presentations at scientific conferences


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