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Outils, Cadres et Financements des Coopérations Franco-Brésiliennes. Séminaire Grands Défis de la Recherche et de la Formation Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées – Pernambouc Avril 2014. Lucien BALDAS. French Brazilian collaborations can be developed using various tools and funding opportunities.

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outils cadres et financements des coop rations franco br siliennes

Outils, Cadres et Financements des Coopérations Franco-Brésiliennes

Séminaire Grands Défis de la Recherche et de la Formation

Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées – Pernambouc Avril 2014

Lucien BALDAS

french brazilian collaborations can be developed using various tools and funding opportunities
French Brazilian collaborations can be developed using various tools and funding opportunities
  • The choice of the supporting program will depend on :
  • Collaboration domain:
      • Training
      • Research
  • Intensity of the collaboration:
      • New contact
      • Existing cooperation which needs to be structured
  • Research topics
  • Collaboration perimeter:
      • Bilateral project
      • Project involving a larger consortium
      • Project involving industrial partner(s)
  • Specific needs of the partners
general overview of existing tools
General overview of existing tools
  • ARCUS
  • Actions en Region de CoopérationUniversitaire et Scientifique
  • Program from the MAE
  • 3years
  • Co-funding 50% from the Region
  • Brazil is a target country
cooperation programs for education

ERASMUS +

Cooperation Programs for Education
  • Action 1: Joint Master Degrees
  • Objective:
  • high-level integrated international program leading to joint or double master degrees
  • Eligibility criteria:
  • At least 3 higher education institutions (HEI) from 3 different European countries
  • Consortium open to HEI from Partner Countries
  • Integrated Master programs of 60, 90 or 120 ECTS
  • Mandatory international mobility for the students involved
cooperation programs for education1

ERASMUS +

Cooperation Programs for Education
  • Action 1: Joint Master Degrees
  • Financial support:
  • 4 to 5 year funding (preparation year + 3 consecutive student intakes)
  • Program management and academic staff mobility: 20 k€ for the preparatory year(s) + 50 k€ per intake
  • Student scholarship: up to 25 k€ / student (participation, mobility and subsistence costs)
  • Between 13 and 20 students per year
  • About 4 invited professors per year
  • Total budget : 2 to 3 M€
cooperation programs for education2

ERASMUS +

Cooperation Programs for Education
  • Action 2: Strategic Partnerships
  • Objectives: Implementation of innovative practices leading to high quality teaching, training and learning
  • Consortium involving HEI, Research institutions, Enterprises,…
  • At least 3 organizations from 3 different member states
  • Open to 3rd countries organizations (if their participations brings an essential added value)
  • 2 to 3 year projects
  • Total budget : up to 150 k€ per year
cooperation programs for education3

ERASMUS +

Cooperation Programs for Education
  • Action 2: Knowledge Alliance
  • Objectives: Development of the flow and exchange of knowledge between higher education and enterprises
  • Consortium involving HEI, Research institutions, Enterprises,…
  • At least 6 organizations from 3 different member states among which at least 2 HEI and 2 enterprises
  • Open to 3rd countries organizations (if their participations brings an essential added value)
  • 2 to 3 year projects
  • Total budget : up to 1 M€ for 3 years
cooperation programs for research

Region Midi-Pyrénées

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • PhD Scholarship Program
  • Annual call
  • Contribution of up to 50% of the cost (salary 88k€, environment 30k€) : Co-funding is mandatory
  • Co-supervision possible
  • Priority to the following topics:
    • Sustainable growth (energy and renewable carbon)
    • Stem cells, bioethics and biotherapy
    • Advanced and innovative materials
    • Aging, metabolism and nutrition
    • Complex systems and big data
cooperation programs for research1

Region Midi-Pyrénées

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • Post-doctoral Scholarship Program
  • Annual call
  • Contribution of up to 50% of the salary cost (55 k€ / year) : Co-funding is mandatory
  • The project must concern the following topics:
    • Sustainable growth (energy and renewable carbon)
    • Stem cells, bioethics and biotherapy
    • Advanced and innovative materials
    • Aging, metabolism and nutrition
    • Complex systems and big data
cooperation programs for research2

University of Toulouse

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • AttractivityChairs
  • Objective: to attract in Toulouse French or foreign scientist with a high international visibility
  • Annual call
  • Recruitment on a permanent position or a contractual position of long-term invited professor.
  • Cumulative stays in Toulouse of at least 1 year over the 5 years of the project
  • Up to 1 M€ per project
cooperation programs for research3

University of Toulouse

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • Transversality program
  • Objectives: development of new multi-disciplinary research projects
  • Centered on research teams from UT but open to external research labs
  • Typical duration of 2 years
  • Funding exclusively dedicated to the research project (functioning costs, investments) or for networking. No human ressources costs
  • Global budget of 480 k€ in 2013
cooperation programs for research4

University of Toulouse

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • Emergence program
  • Objectives: to give a significant impulsion to scientific or technological projects in rupture with "traditional" research axis.
  • Centered on research teams from UT but can be develop together with external research labs
  • Typical duration of 2 years
  • Funding dedicated to the research project (functioning costs, investments) and post-doc salary costs. Management costs are not covered
  • Global budget of 800 k€ in 2013
cooperation programs for research5

CNRS cooperation tools

Cooperation Programs for Research

Structuration

Bilateral

Projects

PICS

LIA

GDRI

UMI

  • Cooperation Project (exchange of researchers)
  • Projet International de Coopération
  • Scientifique
  • Mature Cooperation Project
  • Laboratoire International Associé:
  • International Lab "without walls"
  • Groupement De Recherche International
  • International Teams Network
  • UnitéMixteInternationale:
  • Single location Joint Lab
  • with permanent CNRS staff

2 years

  • 4 years * 2
  • 4 years * 2
  • 4 years * 3
  • 3 years

Regular calls

Institute decision

cooperation programs for research6

CNRS

Cooperation Programs for Research

PICS

Bilateral Projects

  • Annual call
  • Already running cooperation (common publications)
  • 3 year projects (not renewable)
  • Funds for missions, organization of meetings, small equipment
  • Co-funding from the partner organization
  • Annual call
  • 1 year projects (+1)
  • Short term mobility of researchers
  • Funds travel and stays costs
  • Co-funding from the partner organization
cooperation programs for research7

CNRS

Cooperation Programs for Research

LIA

GDRI

UMI

  • Real research Lab
  • 4 year duration (x 3)
  • Researchers PhD students, post-docs, technical staff from CNRS and from the partner institution
  • Co-funding from CNRS & the partner organizations for staff, PhDs, Post-doc, equipment, infrastructure costs…
  • Laboratory "without walls"
  • 4 year duration (x 2)
  • Co-funding from CNRS & the partner organization
  • Additional funds for equipment, functioning costs, missions, associated researchers positions
  • Network of research laboratories
  • 4 year duration (x 2)
  • Co-funding from CNRS & the partner organizations
  • Scientific governing committee
  • Funding of staff mobility, organization of seminars and workshops
cooperation programs for research8

CNPq– ANRT: CIFRE - BRAZIL

Cooperation Programs for Research

ANRT, pour le compte

du CNPq

Evaluates the doctoral training conditions

Evaluates the enterprise involvement

Work in partnership/

Collaboration Agreement

Funds the Enterprise

14 000 €/year

(+ CIR)

ENTREPRISE

F

LABORATORY

F

CIFRE

Gives a research project to the PhD Student/

Work Contract

23 484 € gross/year mini

Average. 2012 : 28 000 €

Supervises the PhD thesis/

Registration in a doctoral program

PhD Student

Brazilian

cooperation programs for research9

CNPq– ANRT: CIFRE - BRAZIL

Cooperation Programs for Research

Co-supervision possible…

Brazilian Academic Lab

PhD Student

COTUTELLE

CIFRE

French Enterprise

French Academic Lab

cooperation programs for research10

Horizon 2020

Cooperation Programs for Research

Architecture : 3 Pillars

Societal Challenges

1. health, demographic change and wellbeing

2. Food security, sustainable agriculture & forestry, marine water research, bio economy,…

3. Secure, clean and efficient energy

4. Smart, green and integrated transport

5. Climate action, environment and raw materials

6Inclusive, innovative and secure societies

Industrial Leadership

ICT

Key Enabling Technologies(KET) : microelectronics, photonics, nanotechnologies, advanced materials, production systems, biotechnologies

Space

Innovation in SMEs

Access to risk finance

Scientific Excellence

European Research Council (ERC)

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions

Future and Emergent Technologies (FET)

Infrastructures

RDI

Fundamental

Research

Diffusion of excellence et participation widening

Science for and with Society

cooperation programs for research11

Horizon 2020: Marie-Curie Actions

Cooperation Programs for Research

Individual Fellowships

  • Objective
  • enhance the creative and innovative potential of experienced researchers
  • provide opportunities to acquire new knowledge, work on research projects in a European context or outside Europe, resume a career or return to Europe
  • Scope
  • Individual, trans-national fellowships awarded to the best or most promising researchers
  • European Fellowships or Global Fellowships
  • Expected Impact
  • release the full potential of researchers and to catalyse significant development in their careers in both the academic and non-academic sectors
  • strengthen the contact network of the researcher and the host organisation

RDI

Fundamental

Research

cooperation programs for research12

Horizon 2020: Marie-Curie Actions

Global Fellowships

Cooperation Programs for Research

Individual Fellowships

  • Duration of IF Global projects: 3 years
  • Support to experienced researchers of any nationality (IF Global and IF Reintegration: nationals of EU MS/AC and long-term residents)
  • Focus on career development, not necessarily experience
  • Additional 3 or 6 month secondment option, within Europe and in another sector

RDI

Fundamental

Research

cooperation programs for research13

H2020: Collaborative projects

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • GENERAL OPENNESS: Horizon 2020 is fully open to third country participants
  • Targeted international cooperation activities: (topics clearly identified in the H2020 participant portal website)
    • regular calls for proposals: 2 year work programs for each of the thematic programs of the pillar "Industrial Leadership" and each societal challenge
    • topics inviting projects where third country participation is required and/or encouraged
  • Topics stimulating networking between existing projects
  • Joint initiatives of Union and International partners

RDI

Fundamental

Research

cooperation programs for research15

H2020: Collaborative projects

Cooperation Programs for Research
  • Topics involving explicitly Brazil in Work Programs 2014/15
  • NMP
  • Research Infrastructures
  • Science with and for Society
  • Marine research
  • Inclusive and innovative societies
  • ICT

RDI

Fundamental

Research

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Cellule Europe +

Université de Toulouse

  • Objectifs:
  • Veille sur les Appels à Projets Européens et internationaux
  • Information des chercheurs de l'Université de Toulouse
  • Orientation et accompagnement des chercheurs souhaitant déposer un projet
  • 4 personnes au sein de la cellule
  • Réseau de correspondants dans les institutions membres et associées de l'UT

RDI

Fundamental

Research

  • Corinne Joffre, Directrice Cellule Europe+
  • corinne.joffre@univ-toulouse.fr
projets capes cofecub
Projets CAPES-COFECUB
  • 4 ans
  • appui pour des missions liées au développement du projet pour des chercheurs confirmés.
  • Côté français(COFECUB)
  • frais de voyage des chercheurs français  vers le Brésil,
  • frais de séjour des chercheurs brésiliens
  • bourses de stage d'une durée de 2 mois pour des étudiants français se rendant au Brésil (voyage et séjour des stagiaires français).
  • Côté brésilien(CAPES)
  • frais de voyage des chercheurs brésiliens (doctorants et post-doctorants inclus)
  • frais de séjours des chercheurs français
  • jusqu'à 4 bourses pour des stages doctoraux (4 à 12 mois), des stages doctoraux en co-tutelle (4 à 18 mois) et des stages post-doctoraux (2 à 12 mois) avec prise en charge des frais de voyage, de couverture sociale et de séjour des stagiaires brésiliens.