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7th Framework Program 2007-2013. Achilleas D. Stalios Achilleas.Stalios@ec.europa.eu European Commission -DG Research- Industrial Technologies Directorate -Materials-. Funding programmes. Education - Lifelong Learning Programme Research- FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES

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7th Framework Program2007-2013

Achilleas D. Stalios

Achilleas.Stalios@ec.europa.eu

European Commission -DG Research-

Industrial Technologies Directorate -Materials-

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Funding programmes

  • Education

- Lifelong Learning Programme

  • Research- FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES

- Seventh Framework Programme for research and

development

  • Innovation

- Competitiveness and Innovation Programme

  • Structural and Cohesion Funds
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R&D – European weaknesses

Note: (1) 2000 data (2) 2002 data (3) 2003 data

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FP7 : What’s new?

New FP7

http://ec.europa.eu/research/fp7/events/07_feb_07_prog_en.html

Main

elements:

  • Duration increased to seven years
  • Total budget of €50.5 billion=>63% increase
  • Frontier research (~ €1.1 billion per year)
  • New structure:

Cooperation – Ideas – People – Capacities

  • Flexible funding schemes
  • Joint Technology initiatives
  • Simpler procedures
  • Outsourcing
fp7 2007 2013 specific programmes
FP7 2007 –2013 Specific Programmes

Cooperation – Collaborative research

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Marie Curie Actions

Capacities – Research Capacity

+

JRC (non-nuclear)

JRC (nuclear)

Euratom

fp7 budget
FP7/ Budget

Ideas

7 460 €M

Cooperation

32 413 €M

People

4 728 €M

Capacities

4 217 €M

Non-nuclear JRC

1 751 €M

Total European Community budget for non-nuclear research:

50.52 € billions

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FP7/ Cooperation programmehttp://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/cooperation

funding schemes
Collaborative projects

Projects can range from small or medium-scale focused research actions (CP)

Large‑scale integrating projects for achieving a defined objective. (Large CP)

Coordination and support actions

Support for activities aimed at coordinating or supporting research activities and policies (networking, exchanges, trans-national access to research infrastructures, studies, conferences, etc.). (CA) and (SSA)

Networks of Excellence

FP7/ Cooperation programme

Funding Schemes
fp7 cooperation programme collaborative research
FP7 /Cooperation programme(collaborative research)

M€

6 100/62819 April

1 935/192 2 May

9 050/1019 8 May

3 475/364 4May1st

2 350/237 3 May

1 890/200 2 May

4 160/229 3 May

623/58.5 10 May

1 400/34.5 19 Jun

1 430/80.3 31 May

4 nanosciences nanotechnologies materials and new production technologies
Nanosciences and nanotechnologies

Materials

New production

Integration of technologies for industrial applications

Workprogrammes include indicative priorities for future calls!!!

4. Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies
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Other Important Topics

* 2nd for ICT call will be public May/June 2007

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Potential Joint Technology Initiative:

New Nanoelectronics Approaches

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for Sustainable Energy Future

Aeroanutics and Air Transport

Global Monitoring for Environment and Securitu

Embedded Systems

Innovative Medicines Initiative

Technology Platforms related to Theme 4:

ENIAC: European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council

NanoMedicine- Nanotechnologies for Medical Applications

Technology Platform on Sustainable Chemistry

Steel

Future Textiles & Clothing

Manufacturing Technologies

The European Construction Technology Platform

Industrial Safety

The European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform

The European Technology Platform on Photovoltaics

Photonics 21: The Photonics Technology Platform

EUMAT: European TP for Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies

European Aluminum Technology Platform

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FP7/ Ideas

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ideas

  • Frontier research
  • Investigator-driven
  • Support to individual teams through Europe-wide competition
  • Governance: European Research Council
  • Executive Agency
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FP7/ Ideas Scientific Council

  • 22 high level scientists reflecting the full scope of European research, nominated by Commission
  • Dr. Claudio BORDIGNON (IT) Professor Manuel CASTELLS (ES)Prof. Dr. Paul J. CRUTZEN (NL) Prof. Mathias DEWATRIPONT (BE) Dr. Daniel ESTEVE (FR) Prof. Pavel EXNER (CZ) Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim FREUND (DE) Prof. Wendy HALL (UK) Prof. Dr. Carl-Henrik HELDIN (SE) Prof. Dr. Fotis C. KAFATOS (GR)Prof. Dr. Michal KLEIBER (PL) Prof. Norbert KROO (HU) Prof. Maria Teresa V.T. LAGO (PT) Dr. Oscar MARIN PARRA (ES) Prof Robert MAY (UK) Prof. Helga NOWOTNY (AT)Prof. Christiane NÜSSLEIN-VOLHARD (DE) Dr. Leena PELTONEN-PALOTIE (FI) Prof. Alain PEYRAUBE (FR) Dr. Jens R. ROSTRUP-NIELSEN (DK)
  • Prof. Salvatore SETTIS (IT) Prof. Dr. Rolf M. ZINKERNAGEL (CH)
  • http://europa.eu.int/erc/
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FP7 / Ideas

  • Role of the Scientific Council
    • Establish overall scientific strategy and preparation of work programmes (incl. calls for proposals, evaluation criteria)
    • Define scientific management: peer review methodology; selection and accreditation of experts; monitor quality of operations and evaluate programme implementation
    • Assure communication with the scientific community
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FP7 / IdeasWork Programme / Launch strategy

  • Two streams of activity are foreseen:

- Early stage independent investigators (“Starting Grants”)

> 2 < 9 years after PhD

up to 5 years project

~1/3 of the annual budget:

300-350 M€ per year (200 grants)

- Established Investigators (“Advanced Grants”)

fp7 ideas starting grants evaluation criteria
Principal Investigator: Potential to perform world class research

Quality of research output: Has the Principal Investigator published in high quality peer reviewed journals or the equivalent? To what extent are these publications ground-breaking and demonstrative of independent creative thinking and capacity to go significantly beyond the state of the art?

Intellectual capacity and creativity: To what extent does the Principal Investigator's record of research collaborations, project conception, supervision of students and publications demonstrate that he/she isable to confront major research challenges in the field, and to initiate new productive lines of thinking?

2. Quality of the proposed research project

Ground-breaking nature of the research: Does the proposed research address important challenges in the field(s) addressed? Does it have suitably ambitious objectives, which go substantially beyond thecurrent state of the art (e.g. including trans-disciplinary developments and novel or unconventiona approaches)?

Potential impact: Does the research open new and important scientific, technological or scholarly horizons?

Methodology: a) is the outlined scientific approach (including the activities to be undertaken by the individual team members) feasible? (Stage 1) b) is the proposed research methodology (including when pertinent the use of instrumentation, other type of infrastructures etc.) comprehensive and appropriate for to the project? Will it enable the goals of the project convincingly to be achieved within the timescales and resources proposed and the level of risk associated with a challenging research project? (Stage 2)

3. Research Environment

Transition to independence: Will the proposed project enable the Principal Investigator to make or consolidate the transition to independence?

Hosting institution (normally applicant legal entity): Does the institution hosting the project have most of the infrastructure necessary for the research to be carried out? Is it in a position to provide an appropriate intellectual environment and infrastructural support and to assist in achieving the ambitions for the project and the Principal Investigator?

Participation of other legal entities: If it is proposed that other legal entities participate in the

project, in addition to the applicant legal entity, is their participation fully justified by the scientificadded value they bring to the project?

FP7 / IDEASStarting Grants / Evaluation criteria
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FP7 / IdeasStarting Grants / Peer review panel Social Sciences

SH1 Individuals and organisations: Economics, management, demography, geography, urban and environmental studies.

SH2 Institutions, behaviour, values and beliefs: Anthropology, sociology, political science, law, communication, social studies of science and technology.

SH3 The human mind and its complexity: Cognition, linguistics, psychology and philosophy.

SH4 Cultures and cultural diversity: Literature, visual and performing arts, music and cultural studies.

SH5 The study of the past and of cultural artefacts: Memory, history and archaeology.

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FP7 / IdeasStarting Grants / Peer review panel Natural Sciences & Engineering

PE1 Mathematical foundations: Pure and applied mathematics, theoretical computer science and mathematical physics.

PE2 Fundamental constituents of matter: High energy, particle, nuclear, plasma, atomic, molecular, gas and optical physics.

PE3 Structures and reactions: Condensed matter (structure, electronic properties, fluids,…), statistical physics, nanosciences, reactions.

PE4 Material sciences and methods: Material sciences, molecular architecture, analytical chemistry, synthesis (both inorganic and organic) and theory, physical and environmental chemistry, method development.

PE5 Information and communication: Informatics and information systems, communication technology, computer science, intelligent systems.

PE6 Engineering sciences: Electronics, product design, process design & control, construction methods, fluid and solid mechanics, energy systems, bio- engineering.

PE7 Universe sciences: Astro-physics/chemistry/biology/geology; solar system; stellar, galactic and extragalactic astronomy; cosmology; space sciences, instrumentation.

PE8 Earth system science: Physical geography, geology, geophysics,

oceanography, climatology, ecology, global change, biogeochemical cycles, natural resources.

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FP7 / IDEASStarting Grants / Peer review panel Life Sciences

LS1 Molecular, cellular and developmental biology: Biochemistry, molecular biology, metabolism, cell biology, signal transduction, embryology, structural biology.

LS2 Genetics, genomics, bioinformatics and systems biology: Molecular genetics, cell genetics, genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, computational biology, biostatistics, biological modelling.

LS3 Organismic physiology, including infection and immunity: Organogenesis, organ

physiology, endocrinology, ageing, toxicology, parasitology, microbiology, virology, immunology.

LS4 Neurosciences: Neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, systems neuroscience, neuroimaging.

LS5 Evolutionary, population and environmental biology: Evolution, adaptation, population biology, biodiversity, ecotoxicology, marine biology, radiation biology,

environmental risks, environmental medicine.

LS6 Applied medical and health sciences: Clinical medicine, public health, psychiatry, surgery, epidemiology, biomedical engineering, veterinary medicine, pharmacology, medical ethics.

LS7 Applied biology and bioengineering, including agricultural sciences and

biotechnology: Genetic engineering, GMOs, synthetic biology, plant biology,

fisheries, forestry,environmental biotechnology, industrial biotechnology,

biomaterials, biohazards

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OBJECTIVE-> TO MAKE EUROPE MORE ATTRATIVE FOR THE BEST RESEARCHERS

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/people

Scope

Human resource development in R&D in Europe

Numerous, well-trained, motivated researchers

Attract students to research careers

Attract researchers to Europe and retain skills and sustainable career development

Appropriate gender balance

FP7 / PeopleHuman potential

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Initial training of researchers

- Marie Curie Networks

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-1-1-ITN 7 May-25 Sept 2007

Life-long training and career development

Individual Fellowships (IEF)

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-2-1-IEF 14 August 2007

- Co-financing of regional/national/international programmes

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-2-3-COFUND 17 Oct 2007

Industry-academia pathways and partnerships

- Industry-Academia Scheme

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-3-1-IAPP 31 May 2007

FP7 / PeopleActivities/ 1st calls for proposals

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FP7 / PeopleActivities/1st call for proposals

  • International dimension

- Outgoing International Fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-4-1-IOF 14 August 2007

- Incoming International Fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-4-2-IIF 14 August 2007

- Reintegration grants

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-4-3-IRG

Continuous submission with "cut-off dates" for proposals received until 25 April and 17 Oct 2007

  • Specific actions

- Excellence awards

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-5-2-AWARDS 29 March 2007

- Researchers' night

FP7-PEOPLE-2007-5-1-1-NIGHT 3 April 2007

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FP7 / CapacitiesResearch Capacity

OBJECTIVE-> TO UNDERPIN THE NEEDS TO PERFORM RESEARCH

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/capacities

  • Research Infrastructures INFRA-2007-2-2.27Pan-European R I for Nano-structures 1715 M€
  • Research benefit of SMEs FP7-SME-2007-1 1336 M€
  • Regions of Knowledge 126 M€
  • Research Potential 340 M€
  • Science in Society 330 M€
  • International Cooperation 180 M€
  • Coherent Development of Policies 70 M€
conditions for participation
Minimum condition,general rule, at least 3 independent participants from 3 different MS or Ac

Additional conditionscan be established by the SP or WP (number or type of participant, place of establishment)

Specific conditionsmay also apply for:

Frontier research actions,at least 1 legal entity established in a MS or Ac

Collaborative projects addressing the participation of International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC) minimum is 4 participants, 2 of which from MS or Ac and another 2 from ICPC countries unless otherwise foreseen in the WP

Conditions for participation
upper funding limits 1
Reimbursed will be according to the type of action and/or activity

Research and technological development activities: up to 50% of eligible costs, or up to 75% for:

Non profit public bodies

secondary and higher education establishments

research organisations

SMEs

Security related research, for highly reliable capabilities with impact on security of European citizens and targeted to a limited number of public users

Demonstration activities: up to 50%

Other activities including management:up to 100%

Upperfunding limits (1)
upper funding limits 2
Actions that will be reimbursed up to100%:

Frontier research

Coordination and support actions

Training and career development of researchers

Upper funding limits (2)
reimbursement of eligible costs
Most funding schemes, particularly at beginning of FP7 will use reimbursement of eligible costs

Eligible

actual (average personnel costs may be used if do not differ significantly from actual)

incurred during duration of project

in accordance with the beneficiary usual accounting and management principles

recorded in the accounts of beneficiary

used for the sole purpose of achieving the objectives of the project

Non-eligible (identifiable indirect taxes including VAT…)

Reimbursement of eligible costs
indirect cost
Participants may charge eligible directandindirect costs

Reimbursement ofindirect costs:

For all:

either actual overhead, or simplifiedmethod, or

flat rate of 20% of direct costs

For Non profit Public Bodies, Secondary and Higher Education establishments, Research Organisations, and SMEs unable to identify real indirect costs, may apply for a flat rate of 60% for funding schemes with Research, Technological Development & Demonstration

For Coordination and Support Actions limit of

7% of direct costs

Indirect Cost
certification on the methodology
It aims at certifying the methodology of calculating(average) personnel costs and overhead rates

Waives the obligation of certificates for interim payments

Simplified certificate for final payments

Valid throughout FP7, on a voluntary basis, must be accepted by the EC

Particularly aimed at legal entities with multiple participation

Certification on the methodology
certification on financial statements
Under FP7 we do not talk anymore about audit certificates but aboutcertificate on financial statements (CFS)

Certificate on financial statements:

Mandatory when requested funding reaches 375,000 Euro per beneficiary (except for project of 2 years or less: CFS submitted at the end)

If above the threshold, mandatory for every beneficiary, except if a certification on the methodology is provided

Certification on financial statements
risk avoidance mechanism 1
Participant Guarantee Fund (“the Fund”):

All beneficiaires contribute to the Fund to insure against losses of a defaulting participant

The contribution shall not exceed 5% of the EC financial contribution due to each participant

Financial interests generated by the Fund will serve to cover financial risk

In principle this amount will be reimbursed at the end of the action

Risk avoidance mechanism (1)
terminology
Sources: Financial Regulation/Implementing Rules, FP7 and Rules for Participation

“Contract” becomes “Grant Agreement”

“Contractor” becomes “Beneficiary”

“Instruments” become “Funding Schemes”

“Audit certificate” becomes “Certificate on Financial Statement”

The results of the project (knowledge in FP6)becomes“Foreground”

Pre-existing know-how becomes“Background”

Terminology
consortium agreement
Unless exempted by the call for proposals, participants will have to draw up a “consortium agreement”, to govern the following:

(a) The internal organisation of the consortium

(b) The distribution of the Community financial contribution

(c) Additional rules on dissemination and use including intellectual property rights arrangements, as appropriate

(d) The settlement of internal disputes.

Consortium agreement
who evaluates proposals how to become evaluator for fp7 cooperation
The Commission invites individuals to apply as prospective independent experts in order to be included in its database of experts for the Seventh Framework Programme

http://cordis.europa.eu/emmfp7

Who evaluates proposalsHow to become evaluator for FP7Cooperation
who evaluates proposals how to become evaluator for fp7 ideas
The Commission has invited the Member States to submit candidates as independent experts in order to be included in its specific database as panel Chairs and panel members and a pool of referees.

Panel Chairs are expected to be internationally recognised, senior scientists in their fields.

Panel members are expected to be senior scientists in their fields, actively pursuing research at the front line.

Who evaluates proposalsHow to become evaluator for FP7Ideas
further information information research programmes projects http cordis europa eu fp7
Further informationInformation research programmes projects: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7

EU research:

http://europa.eu.int/comm/research

RTD info magazine: http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/rtdinfo

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