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EU-Ukraine International S&T Cooperation. Provisions for an intensified S&T Cooperation in FP7. Tarik Meziani European Commission - Research DG International Cooperation. Current Level of Ukrainian participation to FP7 General provisions for international cooperation in FP7 Principles

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eu ukraine international s t cooperation

EU-Ukraine International S&T Cooperation

Provisions for an intensified S&T Cooperation in FP7

Tarik Meziani

European Commission - Research DG

International Cooperation

outline
Current Level of Ukrainian participation to FP7

General provisions for international cooperation in FP7

Principles

Current and new Instruments

Possible approach for enhanced third country participation to FP7

Outline
international cooperation current level
International CooperationCurrent Level

Data after 2 years of FP7

6.1%

6.1%

Cut off date 28 May 2009

fp7 cooperation sp participation of selected countries
FP7 Cooperation SPParticipation of selected countries

Update 28/05/09 190 countries

countries with an S&T Agreement in yellow

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Ukraine

Comparison with FP6

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Success Rate

Comparison with FP6

fp7 cooperation sp selected countries success rate
FP7 Cooperation SPSelected countries success rate

Average EU success rate 18.9 %

Average third countries success rate 16.7 %

ukraine participation in fp7 preliminary conclusions
Encouraging results overall

Higher participation with respect to FP6

Difficulties in some areas (Health, FAB, ICT, NMP, Space)

Full potential not reached

Success rate below average*

Ukraine participation in FP7Preliminary Conclusions
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Opening of the FP

Participation of all third countries

Funding of ICPC countries

Two-pronged approach

“Mainstream”: Instruments for targeted cooperation

“Specific”: INCO leveraging/supporting instruments

International agreements

Association to the FP

S&T cooperation agreements

What are the tools for supporting/enhancing International S&T Cooperation?

international cooperation in fp7
International Cooperation in FP7

main listed applications

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Two-pronged approach

  • International Agreements
how to enhance your level of participation
Know the boundary conditions

Rules for participation

Competitive program

Principles for S&T cooperation => Mutual interest/benefit

Know your strentghs/weaknesses/priorities and your interlocutor’s

Knowledge base to support strategic orientations

Exploit the available policy instruments

Make the best use of this « intelligence »

Focus on the tools of highest potential in your present situation (one size does not fit all)

Adopt relevant national measures (matching funds, incentive schemes, etc.)

Do not neglect support measures for researchers (dissemination, training, etc.)

How to enhance your level of participation?

Adopt a Strategic Approach

a boundary conditions
A. Boundary Conditions

International cooperation in FP7 - Guiding principles

=> Priority Setting

b know your strengths weaknesses priorities and your interlocutor s
Build on previous exercises and actions

Identify areas/institutes

Concrete suggestions (not shopping lists) aligned with national priorities

Focus on priorities of FP7

Addressing issues for ENP

Output from instruments in FP7 CAPACITIES SP (BILAT, INCONET, ERANET)

Use all Instruments (Bilateral & Regional)

B. Know your strengths / weaknesses / priorities and your interlocutor’s
support through instruments in fp7 capacities sp
Priority setting, targeting, regional dialogues

INCONETs

Awareness raising, brokerage, participation

BILATs

Partnership building with/amongst Member States

ERANETs

INCONETs

BILATs

Reciprocity

ACCESS4EU

C. Exploit the available policy instruments

Support through instruments in FP7 CAPACITIES SP

ERA-WIDE

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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE – Objectives

Integrating Europe's neighbours into the ERA(ERA-WIDE):

Objective:

To reinforce the cooperation capacities of research centres located in the ENP countries, which are not associated to FP7, in the areas of the thematic priorities of FP7.

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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE – Country Coverage

ERA-WIDE proposals should target only one of the following countries:

Mediterranean Partner Countries:

Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Lebanon, Syria

Eastern Europe and South Caucasus:

Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan

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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE – Participants profile

  • The call is addressed to research centres of proven high level S&T capacities, which are located in an ENP country not associated to FP7;
  • The proposal should target only one such centre;
  • The consortium should however include additional participants, in particular from the MS and/or AC so as to fulfil the objectives of the activity;
  • The research centre targeted by the proposal should be the coordinator of the proposal.
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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE – Participants profile

  • Research centre: existing working unit, either working independent or functioning within locally established research organisation
  • The centre should not be a subsidiary or branch of an organisation established in another country
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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE - Activities

ERA-WIDE actions:

  • Networking with research centres in MS or AC in view of disseminating scientific information, identifying partners and setting up joint experiments;
  • Developing training modules to build competency and facilitate the participation of these centres in FP7;
  • Developing research centres’ strategy in order to increase their scope (regional coverage, activities) and to improve their responses to the socio-economic needs of their countries and of the region.
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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE – Expected Impact

ERA-WIDE impact:

  • Contribution to RTD capacity building in the target country,
  • Enhanced participation of the country in FP7,
  • Increased scope (regional coverage, subjects, activities) of the centres with increased linkage with economic and social environment,
  • Networking with research centres in MS and AC (mobilising human and material resources, disseminating scientific information, facilitating communication…),
  • Increased job opportunities in the country for young scientists.
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CAPACITIES - International CooperationERA-WIDE – Call fiche

  • Call identifier: FP7-INCO-2010-6
  • Call publication date: 30/07/09
  • Call closure date: 19/01/10
  • Indicative budget: 7.5 M€ (3 M€ for Eastern countries & 4.5 M€ for MPC)
  • Funding scheme: CSA-SA, typ 0.5 M€/project for 3 years
  • Eligibility criteria: min 1 participants (SA), the consortium must include the research centre that is targeted in the proposal.
  • Evaluation criteria: threshold of 3 on criteria and 10 on total,
    • Preference given to proposals involving research organisations, universities and/or industrial organisations from MS/AC.
    • The participation of organisations from the target country is considered essential.
c exploit the available policy instruments
Regular meetings

S&T policy dialogue

Identification of areas/topics of common interest

Joint prioritization

Implementing arrangements / MOU

Roadmaps of future joint/coordinated activities

Definition of activities in FP7 work programmes

Instruments for targeted international cooperation

INCO leveraging/supporting instruments

C. Exploit the available policy instruments

Implementation of cooperation agreements

d make full use of this intelligence
Targeted opening

Specific International Co-operation Activities (SICA)

Coordinated calls

Twinning

+

International Mobility and Exchange schemes (fellowships, IRSES, etc.)

D. Make full use of this “intelligence”

Focus on the tools of highest potential in your present situation

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Trends of SICAs, Targeted opening, Coordinated calls, Twinning for all third countries 2007-2008-2009-2010

what makes a difference for international cooperation today
STRUCTURING THE “DEMAND”

Agreements

Regional dialogues

Priority setting/Roadmaps

GOVERNING THE “SUPPLY”

NCP’s

INCO tools

National matching funds

What makes a differencefor International Cooperation ? (today)
what could make a difference for international cooperation tomorrow
resources

staff

modalities + instruments

INCO tools, next generation

reciprocity

“intelligence”

strategic objectives

synergies with EC assistance programmes

synergies with M.S. activities

Cooperation beyond FP

What could make a difference for International Cooperation ?(tomorrow)