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Overview of Recent Collaborative Efforts between the European and the Chinese Research Communities. Index. Introduction Framework Programme 5 (1998-2002) Framework Programme 6 (2002-2006) Framework Programme 7 (2006-2013) Recent Collaborative Efforts between Europe and P.R. China.

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Overview of recent collaborative efforts between the european and the chinese research communities

Overview of Recent Collaborative Efforts between the European and the Chinese Research Communities


Index

Index

  • Introduction

  • Framework Programme 5 (1998-2002)

  • Framework Programme 6 (2002-2006)

  • Framework Programme 7 (2006-2013)

  • Recent Collaborative Efforts between Europe and P.R. China

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Introduction

Introduction

Opportunities for International Collaborations in the Framework Programmes

  • Research activities of the European Union are designed to stimulate collaboration between European countries.

  • Thanks to the EU-China Science & Technology agreement, Chinese research organisations can participate in EU projects.

  • Chinese partners can be supported by either the European Commission or the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology.

  • European research organisations are supported by the European Commission.

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Framework programme 5

Framework Programme 5

Rules for Participation in FP5 Proposal Consortia

  • Calls were open to participation by entities from non-EU countries and to international organisations.

  • Third country/international organisation had to be included as a participant in the original proposal submitted.

  • Third States could participate without Community Funding (exceptionally with Community funding when duly justified as being essential for achieving the objectives of the project).

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Framework programme 6

Framework Programme 6

Research Areas and Research Activities Eligible for Funding Under FP6

  • Thematic areas / priorities

  • Strengthening the foundations of ERA

  • Structuring the ERA

  • Cross-cutting Research activities

  • Nuclear Energy

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Framework programme 61

Framework Programme 6

Most Prominent Opportunities for International Participation in FP6 Proposal Consortia

  • Thematic areas / priorities:

  • Life sciences, genomics and biotechnology for health

  • Information Society Technologies (IST Programme)

  • Nanotechnology and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials and new production processes and devices (NMP)

  • Aeronautics and Space

  • Food Quality and Safety

  • Sustainable development, global change and ecosystems

  • Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-Based Society

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Framework programme 62

Framework Programme 6

Most Prominent Opportunities for International Participation in FP6 Proposal Consortia

  • Cross-cutting activities:

  • Research for Policy Support

  • International Cooperation (INCO Programme)

  • New and Emerging Science and Technology (NEST Programme)

  • SME activities

  • JRC activities

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Framework programme 63

Framework Programme 6

Rules for participation in FP6 proposal consortia

  • All legal entities established in a third country which has concluded a scientific and technological cooperation agreement with the Community (e.g. P.R. China) may take part in RTD activities in accordance with the conditions stipulated in that agreement

  • All legal entities may receive a Community financial contribution if provision is made for this under an RTD activity or if it is essential for carrying out the indirect action.

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Framework programme 7

Framework Programme 7

Research Areas Eligible for Funding under FP7 (Four Specific Programmes)

CooperationCollaborative Research

Ideas

Frontier Research

CapacitiesResearch Capacity

People

Human Potential

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Framework programme 71

Framework Programme 7

Where International Partners may Fit in FP7

Cooperation

Collaborative Research

(e.g. 9 Thematic Priority Calls –

Coordination Actions; Support Actions)

Ideas

Frontier Research

(e.g ERA)

People

Human Potential

(e.g. Marie Curie Actions –

Training Mobility)

CapacitiesResearch Capacity

(e.g. INCO initiatives)

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Framework programme 72

Framework Programme 7

Rules for Participation in FP7 Proposal Consortia

  • In line with the objectives of international cooperation the participation of legal entities established in third countries (e.g. P.R. China) should be envisaged, as should the participation of international organisations.

  • Such participation shall be justified in terms of the enhanced contribution thereby made to the objectives sought under the Seventh Framework Programme.

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Recent collaborative efforts between europe and p r china

Recent Collaborative Efforts between Europe and P.R. China

  • InnoChina Project (FP5 INCO-A5) – Mr. Mark Spinoglio (SPI - Portugal)

  • Hypodermosis Control (FP5 INCO 2) – Dr. Chantal Boulard (INRA - France)

  • PROBACTYS Project (NEST – FP6) – Dr. Vítor Santos (GBF - Germany)

  • SOYBEAN BNF+MYC Project (INCO-FP6) – Prof. Dietrich Werner (University

    Marburg – Germany)

  • DYSONET Project (NEST-FP6) – Prof. Panos Argyrakis (Aristotle University

    of Thessaloniki)

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Overview of recent collaborative efforts between the european and the chinese research communities

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