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Paris

17 July 1985

european r d c o operation in 1985
European R&D co-operation in 1985

EC

The European Communities

(The European Coal and Steel Comunity

(ECSC), the European Economic Cummunity

(EEC) and the European Atomic Energy

Community (EAEC - Euratom)

  • COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) since 1971
  • First Framework Programme (1984-1988; budget: 3,750 B€)
  • EUREKA (17 July 1985; Inter-Governmental cooperation; ES, ESVO, Turkey, Commision ES)

COMECON

The Council for

Mutual Economic Assistance

/Совет экономической взаимопомощи- СЭВ/

  • The Comprehensive Programme for Scientific and Technological Progress up to the Year 2000

(adopted in December 1985)

    • The Programme has boosted cooperation in science and technology
    • The Programme set forth 93 projects and 800 subprojects within 5 broad areas of research and development
technologies in 1985
Technologies in 1985

Technologies and office automation

  • Telefax devices just started their market life
  • Mobile phones didn´t exist and neighter did the internet
  • PC operated with 5.25 inch floppy disk and with hard disks of about 10/20 Megabites
  • Ordinary operating system for PCs was MS-DOS
  • PC sreens were black-white
  • Laser printers were just about introduced on market as high class product and very expensive
  • Software applications for accounting, warehouse, etc. were only tailor made and different for each hardware producer
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EUREKA

from past to present

25 years of innovation support in Europe

Svatopluk Halada

EUREKA Secretariat, Brussels

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West European reply for the US Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) – ´Star Wars Programme´

but aimed for civil applications

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Improving

European industrial

competitiveness

and productivity

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Bottom-up and flexible
  • Cross-border collaboration
  • Easy access to expertise
  • Faster access to funding
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EUREKA milestones
  • 1985
  • 17 July 1985
  •  EUREKA established at the session leaded by President Miterrand held in Paris
  • 18 members: 17 countries and the Commission of the EuropeanCommunities
  • 5-6 November 1985

 Hanover meeting leaded by Cancellour Kohl

 Declaration of the Principles relating to EUREKA (Hanover Declaration)

 19 members

 The first 10 EUREKA projects announced

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EUREKA milestones
  • 1986
  • EUREKA Secretariat created in Brussels as a small and flexible body or tasks force
  • to collect and disseminate information, thus offering the services of a clearing house
  • to assist enterprises and institues in establishing contacts with partners for EUREKA projects
  • to give support to meetings of the Conference of Ministers and of the High Representatives
  • to provide for continuity in the tasks to be performed
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EUREKA milestones

1985 - 1990

Large scale projects (budget  200 Million ECU)

JESSI - Joint European Submicron Silicon

To reinforce position of Europe’s industry in semiconductor process technology, manufacturing and applications, and to become a key supplier to world markets

ESF - European Software Factory

Computer-aided system for the production of software (Software production environment)

HDTV - Compatible High Definition Television System

50 Hz HDTV system along an revolutionary development from the Mac-pocket concept

Amadeus

Easy to use automated personal computer-based system designated to meet

international standards and requirements; Instant reservations, ticketing and payment are a few of the advantages offered.

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EUREKA milestones
  • 1985 - 1990
  • EUREKA - the most important multilateral
  • R&D programme in Europe
  • 402 projects generated
  • Total invesed budget 11,285 Billion ECU (“€“)
  • Participation more than 1 500 enterprises and research organisations
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Unifying East and West … as early as1990

EUREKA invited Central and Eastern European countries to get involved

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EUREKA milestones

1991 – 1995

Large scale projects (budget  200 Million ECU)

EPROM – Multi-megabit non-volatile memories

Industrialsation of integrated non-volatile memory

COSINE - Cooperation for open systems interconnection networking in Europe

Integrated computer communication network (associated server) equipment

FAMOS - European cooperation in the field of flexible automated assembly systems

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EUREKA milestones
  • 1991 – 1995
  • Finishing of large scale projects delayed and not in all cases received expected results
  • EUREKA NIP status (in 1991) for EUREKA cooperating countries from Central and Eastern Europe
  • Higher number of projects generated by SMEs
  • Decreasing of EUREKA public funding in some member countries
  • New EUREKA members from Central and Eastern Europe
  • 1992 Hungary
  • 1993 Russia
  • 1994 Slovenia
  • 1995 Czech Republic, Poland
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EUREKA milestones
  • 1996
  • Assessment of 10 years of EUREKA cooperation
  • EUREKA MC in Brussels declared future active strategy
  • To increase national public funding
  • To create possibilities of venture capital for EUREKA funding
  • Synergy and cooperation with EU Framework Programme
  • More intensive dialogue between industry and researchers
  • Globalisation and opening for cooperation with Third countries
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EUREKA milestones
  • 1996 – 2000
  • Starting operation of EUREKA public website
  • e-Communication between ESE and National offices
  • Creation of EUREKA Cluster
  • Increasing number of SMEs participation (40% of project participants)
  • Brokerage events as important tool for generation of projects
  • New EUREKA members
  • 1997: Romania; 1999: Lithuania; 2000: Croatia, Latvia, Israel
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EUREKA Clusters

European supremacy in critical ICT sectors

First EUREKA ICT Clusters

MEDEA, MEDEA+ microelectronics

ITEA embedded software

CELTIC telecommunications

EURIMUS microsystems

PIDEA interconnection and packaging

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EUREKA milestones
  • 2000
  • 15 years of EUREKA cooperation
  • EUREKA MC in Hanover adopted Guidelines 2000plus
  • EUREKA Cluster projects strategic tools for European competitivenes
  • Small and medium enterprises playes important role for European innovations and job creating; they need special tailored services and simple access to funding
  • EUREKA made important role for involving of CEE countries in European research and innovation cooperation
  • EUREKA should improve contacts with industrial sphere and its strategic participation within the European Research Area
  • EUREKA Treasure Exhibition at EXPO 2000 in Hanover
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EUREKA milestones
  • 2001 – 2005
  • Introduction of EUREKA Project Assessment Methodology (PAM) in 2003(co-ordinated national assessment of project according common rules; an incentive for investors to financing innovative results for market application)
  • EUREKA MC in Paris (2004)
    • to develop EUREKA´s role in the European Research Area
    • to prepare strategy for using of Art. 169 and 171 of the EU Treaty for funding EUREKA projects
    • to increase involvement of industrial representatives in the EUREKA framework
  • 22 billion euro invested for EUREKA projects in period 1985-2005
  • New EUREKA members
    • 2001: Estonia, Slovakia; 2002: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro), Cyprus; 2005: Monaco, San Marino
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Czech EUREKA Chairmanship
  • 2005/2006
  • EUREKA Chairmanship of the Czech Republic (07/2005-06/2006)
    • The first CEE country and non-founding member chairing the EUREKA Network
  • Chairmanship Programme
    • Listening to the industry
    • Building bridges
    • Reinforcing commitments
      • Major steps for finalisation of the Eurostars Programme
  • EUREKA Forum in Prague: 20th EUREKA Anniversary
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EUREKA milestones
  • 2006 - 2010
  • Starting the Eurostars Programme (2007/2008)
    • The first European funding and support programme to be specifically dedicated to R&D-performing SMEs
    • A joint EUREKA-EU programme (2008-2013), combining:>National R&D programmes from 31 participating countries (300+ million euro already committed)
    • >Seventh Framework Programme (100 million euro committed)
      • >EUREKA Secretariat (20+ years of experience in networking of national R&D programmes)
  • New EUREKA members:
      • 2006: Malta, Ukraine; 2008: FYROM; 2010: Bulgaria
      • New NIP 2008: Bosnia and Herzegovina; New AC: South Korea
eurostars programme
Eurostars Programme

Adoption by the

European Parliament

10 April 2008

Eurostars exploits Article 185 of the Treaty on the Functioning of

the European Union (TFEU)

[ex Article 169 of the Treaty establishing the European Community]

requiring co-decision by the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers

Adoption by the

Council of Ministers

23 June 2008

what is eureka
What is EUREKA ?

EUREKA: Historical trends by number of projects

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What is EUREKA ?

EUREKA: Type of participants

*Including Eurostars data assumption for 2010

Includes all types of EUREKA projects (Individual projects, Clusters type and Eurostars projects)

what is eureka2
What is EUREKA ?

EUREKA: Type of technological areas

what is eureka3
What is EUREKA ?
  • In 25 years, EUREKA has endorsed more than 4000 projects for a total value of

29 B€

  • 3096 projects Individual projects; 567 Clusters type projects; 346Eurostars projects
  • 7.6 B€ for Individual projects, 21 B€ for Clusters type and 0.5 B€ for Eurostars

EUREKA:In figures

From 1985 to 1999, taking into consideration that projects above 20M€ were Cluster type. Includes assumption for 2010.

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Over 40% of EUREKA participants are small and medium sized businesses

That’s THREE times more than the Framework Programme

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25 years of success:

National administrations cite EUREKA as an idealmodel

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Where is EUREKA going?

EUREKA MC in Berlin

June 2010

The EUREKA Strategic Road map

Response to new political conditions and current challenges

 European Research Area

 Globalization

 Financial crisis

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Where is EUREKA going?

A key role to play in an integrated

European Research Area

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Where is EUREKA going?

EUREKA is

leading the race to innovation

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Where is EUREKA going?

By working with the EU Framework Programme, EUREKA will continue to lead the way in market-relevant innovation

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Where is EUREKA going?

Developing technology

+

encouraging innovation

=

European success in the global marketplace

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Thank you for attention!

Svatopluk Halada

EUREKA Secretariat, Brussels

[email protected]

www.eurekanetwork.org

www.eurostars-eureka.eu

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