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The European Union Industrial Research Actions The ‘nanotechnology, materials, production’ research area (NMP). Hervé Péro, Christophe Lesniak DG Research. Main features The EU industrial research policy The new instruments (NI) in FP6 The second Call for NIs in 2004 International cooperation.

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The European UnionIndustrial Research ActionsThe ‘nanotechnology, materials, production’ research area (NMP)

Hervé Péro, Christophe LesniakDG Research

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Main featuresThe EU industrial research policyThe new instruments (NI) in FP6 The second Call for NIs in 2004International cooperation

history of european research

Amsterdam Treaty

First Specific Programmes

JRC

Creation

Maastricht Treaty

ECSC Research

Treaties fusion

Euro

1951 55 57 67

84 87 90 91 93 94 97 98 99 2002

84 87 90 91 93 94 97 98 99

FP- 1

EEC/ EURATOM Treaties

FP- 2

FP- 3

FP- 4

FP- 5

ECSC

Treaty

Single Act

FP- 6

History of European Research

The European Union’s research is implemented through framework programmes (Articles 163 to 173 of the Amsterdam Treaty)

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Framework Programmes respond to EU objectives

  • Objective “Lisbon”:to becomethe most dynamic and most competitive knowledge-based economy
  • Objective “Göteborg”:sustainable development (environment, economy, employment)
  • Objective “Barcelona”:education and training, innovation

ERA:Integrating, reinforcing, structuring… and stimulating investment in RTD (1,9% to 3,0%)

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Participation in

EU RTD+I programme is

through Calls for Collaborative Proposals,

periodically launched by

the European Commission

http://www.cordis.lu

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Main featuresThe EU industrial research policyThe new instruments (NI) in FP6The second Call for NIs in 2004International cooperation

networks of excellence ne

Instruments

Traditional projects“Stairways of excellence”

New Instruments

Networks of Excellence (NE)

Instruments to implement

the thematic area and to ensure high European impacts on selected technical and socio-economic issues

Integrated Projects (IP)

Coordination Actions (CA)

Specific Targeted Research Projects (STREP)

Specific Support Actions (SSA)

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Integrated Projects

Objectives

Real breakthroughs,

Support to Industry,

Sustainable Development

Clear and Quantified Deliverables and Integration...

… across Activities

from basic research

Technology transfer

to dissemination and training…

… across Technical Areas

Design, life-cycle aspects,

Materials, Processes,

Maintenance, repair, etc...

… among Participants and funding bodies

governments, industry, universities, research institutes, banks…

… and Networks of Excellence

To assemble EU Research Capacities to face research challenges not achievable in single Member states or single organisations (Participants do not receive grants for research but for ensuring a progressive & lasting integration)

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NMP calls in 2003

Number of partners / project

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Main featuresThe EU industrial research policyThe new instruments (NI) in FP6 The second Call for NIs in 2004International cooperation

thematic priority 3 concentrates on
Thematic Priority 3concentrates on:
  • i) Nanotechnology, as a flagship of the next industrial revolution
  • ii) Multi-functional knowledge-based Materials, as critical drivers of innovation

iii) New Production processes and devices, as the key to sustainable development

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The primary objective of NMP is

to promote real industrial breakthroughs,

based on scientific and technical excellence.

Radical breakthrough can be achieved

through two complementary approaches:

a) creation of new knowledge;

b) new ways of integrating and exploiting

existing and new knowledge.

a) creation of new knowledge;

b) new ways of integrating and exploiting

existing and new knowledge.

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Call CodeInstrumentDeadlineBudget (provis.)

NMP-NI-3IP and NE March 2, 2004245 M€

June 22, 2004

NMP-SME-3 IP for SMEs March 2, 200480 M€June 22, 2004

NMP-STEEL-3 IP March 17, 200425 M€

IST-NMP-3 IP,NE,STREP to be defined 180 M€

(90 for P3)

WP 2004 andnext calls for NIs

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Focus on IPs:

Nanostructured surfaces

Industrially relevant production of nanoparticles

WP 2004 and next calls for NIs

AREA 1: Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies

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Focus on NEs and IPs:

Understanding materials phenomena (NE)

Development of nanostructured materials

Tribology-related surface engineering for multifunctional materials

Higher performance multi-materials for macro-scale applications

WP 2004 and next calls for NIs

AREA 2: KB multifunctional materials

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Focus on IPs:

User-friendly production technologies, factory of the future

New production technologies for high added value products, exploiting nanoscale precision engineering techniques

Hazard reduction in production plant and storage sites

WP 2004 and next calls for NIs

AREA 3: New Production Processes / Devices

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Human-friendly, safe and efficient construction(IP)

New generation of multifunctional materials and technologies for surface transport(IP)

Mastering chemicals and creating new eco-efficient processes and synthesis routes(IP + NE)

WP 2004 and next calls for NIs

AREA 4(NEW FOCUS): Integration for improved construction, chemicals, surface transport

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Instruments

2003

2004

No. of topics

No. of topics

covered

covered

18

25

IP

15

15

(a)

(a)

330 M€

335 M€

17

3

NE

18

3

73

50

STREP

16

12

(a)

(a)

8

4

CA

13

6

170 M€

125 M€

10

6

SSA

4

6

7

15

IP SMEs

1

35 M€

2

80 M€

535M€

540M€

(a) including the joint call

WP 2004 and next calls

Estimation of number

of projects to be selected

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What’s new?

  • More emphasis on industrial participation
  • Selective use of instruments (usually only one single instrument per topic)
  • More topics addressed by IPs than by NE
  • Higher integration of topics (see Area 4)

We expect less proposals,

but better focused on the call topics 

higher success rate

new instruments
IPs flagship, ambitious, leading to radical innovation and transformation of industry in the long term

Strong industrial participation and even leadership

Include inter-related activities

NEs: Lasting integration of research capacities to overcome fragmentation and improve EU research efficiency in key research domains

Joint Programme of Activities to induce organisational change

Research included, only if contributing to durable integration

NewInstruments
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Simpler, shorter “Stage 1”: Incomplete outline

IPNE

Relevance to call Relevance to call

Potential Impact Potential Impact

S/T excellence

20 pages strict maximum

Go/No-go after “Stage 1”;Full proposal in “Stage 2”

NMP calls in 2004

Revision of 2-stage

submission and evaluation procedure

for New instruments

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IPs “Stage 1”: 20 pages

Title page and partnerships (1 page)

Title, acronym, core participants’ list

Confidential summary (1 page)

Overall objectives, appropriateness of IP and its impacts

Relevance to call (3 pages)

See specific “bullet point” in the WP; approach; activities; critical mass

Potential Impact (4 pages)

Societal and economic benefits; EU dimension; contribution to ERA

S/T excellence (10 pages)

Clearlobjectives, S/T approach (incl. exploitation); progress beyond SoA

Budget (1 page)

Breakdown by partners and activities

Go/No go – min. score 12 out of 15

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NEs “Stage 1”: 20 pages

Title page and partnership (1 page)

Title, acronym, core participants’ list

Confidential summary and objectives(1 page)

Overall objectives and cost-effectiveness, appropriateness of NE towards lasting integration, partnership, impact

Relevance to call (8 pages)

See specific “bullet point” in the WP; outline activities (JPA) and its different components

Potential Impact (10 pages)

Clear added value at EU level;strategic impacts of the activities towards integration and related indicators; effectiveness of management and resources

Go/No go – min. score 8 out of 10

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Main featuresThe EU industrial research policyThe new instruments (NI) in FP6 The second Call for NIs in 2004International cooperation

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Increased problem complexity

Need for multi-disciplinary and global approaches

international co operation in fp6
All thematic priorities are open for participation from third countries – budget is 285M€ for funding of less wealthy countries

Specific measures support health, environment, food safety, new production systems – budget 315M€

There are specific measures under “human resources”

International Co-operation in FP6
road 1 participation in the thematic priorities
Road 1Participation in the thematic priorities

1 Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine Authority, Syria, Tunisia

2 Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Serbia and Montenegro.

3 Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.

4 Industrial States : participation may be subject to arrangements of a reciprocal nature which could take the form of a S&T Agreement.

road 2 support to international cooperation
Road 2Support to International Cooperation

1 Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine Authority, Syria, Tunisia

2 Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Serbia and Montenegro.

3 Armenia, Azerb., Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkm., Ukraine, Uzbekistan

road 3 support for international mobility of researchers
Objectives:

attract the best, most promising researchers from third countries

promote the training of European researchers abroad.

Means:

In-coming fellowships

to work and undertake research training in Europe;

provision to assist fellows to return to their countries of origin in case of emerging and transition economies and developing countries.

Out-going fellowships

For more information see

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

Road 3Support for international mobility of researchers
what to do to participate in the nmp calls
Normally, participants from third countries do not submit a proposal, but join a consortium that is setting up in the current NMP-calls

They need mobilisation of European contacts to join a consortium for the current NMP calls

They can use network of National Contact Points

… also use the CORDIS partner seach database

Remember: Commission cannot insert a third country participant in a consortium

What to do to participate in the NMP-calls
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New technologies: a future for our society!For more information …

http:// www.cordis.lu/fp6/nmp.htm

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

http://www.cordis.lu/fp6/contractpreparation/

europa.eu.int/comm/research/industrial_technologies