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From “FP” to Horizon 2020: Opportunities within EU Framework Programmes for RTD. Maria Putseleva Policy Officer Science & Technology Delegation of the European Union to the Russian Federation. Largest publicly funded competitive RTD programme worldwide (annual budget in FP7 > € 7 billion)

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From “FP” to Horizon 2020:Opportunities within EU Framework Programmes for RTD

Maria Putseleva

Policy OfficerScience & Technology

Delegation of the European Union to the Russian Federation

Largest publicly funded competitive RTD programme worldwide (annual budget in FP7 > € 7 billion)

Basic rule: trans-national collaboration

Thematic programmes in all relevant technology areas (health, agri-bio-food ……………..  space research)

Special programmes for researchers’ mobility, research infrastructures, SMEs, capacity building

A fixed budget for a defined number of years

European Framework Programmes for RTD (FPs)

FP = financial instrument for EU research strategy

Cooperation32.3 billion €

Trans-national cooperation in 10 research themes through multi-national consortia.

Ideas7.5 billion €

Funding for top researchers from anywhere in the World:investigator-driven “frontier research”, supported by an autonomous European Research Council (ERC)

People4.7 billion €

Training, mobility, career development of researchers, (“Marie Curie” actions) - incl. International grants

Capacities 4.2 billion €

Research infrastructures; research specifically for SMEs; regional research driven clusters

FP7 2007 –20134Specific Programmes plus JRC, nuclear and non-nuclear research (2.5 bn €)

FP7 “Cooperation”

Billion Euro









Σ 32,3

  • Thematic Priorities:

  • Health

  • Food, agriculture & biotechnology

  • Information & communication technologies

  • Nanotechnologies & materials

  • Energy

  • Environment

  • Transport

  • Socio-economic sciences

  • Security & 10. Space

Two calls on ICT (deadlines: 15 January 2013, 16 April 2013)

Three cross-thematic calls: “Factories of the Future”, “Smart Cities and Communities” and “ICT for Green Cars”

Previously announced calls:

Future and emerging technologies (FET) (deadline: 12-03-2013)

Research priorities:

Pervasive and trusted network and service infrastructures

Cognitive systems and robotics

Alternative paths to components and systems

Technologies for digital content and languages

ICT for health, ageing well, inclusion and governance

ICT for a low carbon economy

ICT for the enterprise and manufacturing

ICT for learning and access to cultural resources

Information Communication Technologies (ICT)

By June 2012 :

Overall, Russia is the most active international partner country

440 Russian participants in 271 projects, receiving ~ €57.6 million EU funding

Highest participation in Transport, Space, ICT, Agri-Biotech-Food and Nanotechnologies / materials research

Russia in the 7th EU Framework Programmes for RTD (2007-2013)

The next EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation(2014-2020)

The Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020:Commission’s proposals of 29 June 2011

1. Smart & inclusive growth (€491bn)

2. Sustainable growth, natural resources (€383bn)

3. Security and citizenship (€18.5bn)

4. Global Europe (€70bn)

5. Administration (€62.6bn)

Key challenge: stabilise the financial and economic system while taking measures to create economic opportunities

Education, Youth, Sport

Horizon 2020

Connecting Europe


Competitive Business SMEs


€ 1,025bn

Commission proposal for a € 80 billion research and innovation funding programme (2014-20)

A core part of Europe 2020 Strategy, Innovation Union & European Research Area:

Responding to the economic crisis to invest in future jobs and growth

Addressing peoples’ concerns about their livelihoods, safety and environment.

Strengthening the EU’s global position in research, innovation and technology

What is Horizon 2020

EU Framework Programme BudgetsFP1 (1984-88) to Horizon 2020 (2014-20)

Horizon 2020: Three priorities

Priority 1: Excellent Science

Proposed funding (million Euro, 2014-20)

Priority 2: Industrial Leadership

Proposed funding (million Euro, 2014-20)

Priority 3: Societal Challenges

Proposed funding (million Euro, 2014-20)

*Additional €1 788m for nuclear safety and security from the Euratom Treaty activities (2014-18). Does not include the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor - ITER.

EU investments increase by 46% compared to FP7.

Support for riskier ICT research and innovation that can deliver new business breakthroughs.

In particular, Horizon 2020 will support the development of:

A new generation of components and systems including Micro / nano-electronics and photonics technologies, components and embedded systems engineering.

Next generation computing, Advanced computing systems and technologies.

Infrastructures, technologies and services for the future Internet,

Content technologies and information management, including ICT for digital content and creativity.

Advanced interfaces and robots and Robotics and smart spaces.

ICT funding in Horizon 2020

International cooperation is crucial to address many Horizon 2020 objectives.

Principle of general openness: the programme will remain to be the most open funding programme in the world.

Targeted actions to be implemented taking a strategic approach to international cooperation.

International cooperation

Next steps

Ongoing: Parliament and Council negotiations on the basis of the Commission proposals

Ongoing: Parliament and Council negotiations on EU budget 2014-20 (including overall budget for Horizon 2020)

July 2012: Final calls under 7th Framework Programme for Research to bridge gap towards Horizon 2020

Mid 2013: Adoption of legislative acts by EU Parliament and CouncilonHorizon 2020

1/1/2014: Horizon 2020 starts; launch of first calls

EU Research & Innovation

Seventh Framework Programme

FP7 Calls for Proposals and information on research programmes and projects:

FP New Partners Service

Experts’ registration in FP

Horizon 2020

European Research Information

Thank you for your attention!

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