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    FP7 Specific Programme Cooperation (March 2007) FP7 Specific Programme Cooperation (March 2007) Presentation Transcript

    • Trudy Millenaar CPN-YAS-PRD – TRAINING SESSION Ndola, 19 – 31 March 2007 COOPERATION PROGRAMMES FUNDING SCHEMES
    • COOPERATION Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
    • COOPERATION
      • Addressing:
      • promotion of progress of knowledge and technology
      • social, economic, environmental, public health and industrial challenges
    • COOPERATION (2)
      • Four sub-programmes:
      • Collaborative research: the core of EU research funding
      • Joint Technology Initiatives for work undertaken by the European Technology Platforms
      • Coordination of non-Community research programmes
      • International Cooperation
    • COOPERATION: 32.365 million euro
      • Health – 6.050
      • Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology – 1.935
      • Information and Communication Technologies – 9.110
      • Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies – 3.500
      • Energy – 2.300
      • Environment (including Climate Change) – 1.800
      • Transport – 4.180
      • Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities - 610
      • Security – 1.350
      • Space – 1.450
    • HEALTH
      • Clinical research
      • Biotechnology, generic tools and medical technologies for human health
      • Translating research for human health
      • Optimising the delivery of healthcare to European citizens
    • HEALTH (2)
      • Translating research for human health
      • Major infectious diseases
      • Emerging epidemics
      • Poverty related diseases
    • FOOD, AGRICULTURE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
      • Sustainable production and management of biological resources
      • Tools to implement relevant strategies
      • Integrety and control of food chain (from fork to farm)
      • Biotechnology for non-food products and processes
      • >>>tools for systems biology, factors impacting health: allergies and obesity
    • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
      • Network and service infrastructure
      • Performance and reliability of electronic systems
      • Personalised ICT systems
      • Digital content management
      • >>>medical information technologies, patient safety
    • NANOSCIENCES
      • Creating materials and systems with predifined properties and behaviour
      • New multifunctional surfaces and materials
      • New production
      • Integration of technologies for industrical applications
      • >>>biomaterials for health applications
    • ENERGY
      • Hydrogen and fuel cells
      • Renewable electricity generation
      • Renewable fuel production
      • Renewables for heating and cooling
      • Clean coal technologies
      • Smart energy networks
      • Energy efficiency and savings
    • ENVIRONMENT
      • Climate change, pollution and risks
      • Sustainable management of resources
      • Environmental technologies
      • Earth observations and assessment tools
      • >>>sector Environment and Health: cancer, animal testing
    • TRANSPORT
      • Air
      • Surface transport
      • Global satellite navigation system
        • Reduction of emissions, alternative fuels, air traffic management, safety aspects, reducing impact of transport on climate change
    • SOCIO ECONOMIC SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
      • Growth, employment and competitiveness in a knowledge society
      • Major trends in society
      • Europe in the world
      • The citizen in the EU
      • Foresight activities
    • SPACE
      • Developing satellite observations systems
      • Exploration of space
      • Strengthening space foundations
    • SECURITY
      • Security of citizens
      • Security of infrastructures and utilities
      • Intelligent surveillance and border security
      • Restoring security and safety in case of crisis
      • Security systems integration, interconnectivity
      • Security research co-ordination
    • FUNDING SCHEMES
    • FUNDING SCHEMES
      • Collaborative projects (CP)
      • Networks of Excellence (NoE)
      • Collaborative projects for specific cooperation actions dedicated to international cooperation partner countries (SICA)
      • Coordination and support actions (CSA)
      • Research for the benefit of specific groups, e.g. SMEs
    • COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS (CP)
      • Objective driven research
        • New knowledge, new technology products,
      • Activities: research, demonstration, training, innovation linked activities, management
      • Small or medium scale
      • Large scale integrating projects
      • 24-60 months
    • COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS (2)
      • At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which established in a Member State (MS) or Associated Country (AC) and no two of which are established in the same MS or AC
    • COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS FOR SPECIFIC INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (SICA)
      • At least 4 independent legal entities; of these 2 must be established in different MS or AC. The other two must be established in different international cooperation partner countries
      • >>see annex 1 of the Work Programme
    • COORDINATION AND SUPPORT ACTIONS (CSA)
      • Coordination actions: Consistent set of activities focussing on coordination of research activities and policies
        • networking, coordination and dissemination activities
      • Support actions: normally focused on one specific activity and often one specific event
        • e.g. conferences, workshops, working groups, studies, fact finding monitoring, dissemination activities etc.
      • No funding of research, development or demonstration
      • Duration: few months – 48 months
    • COORDINATION AND SUPPORT ACTIONS (CSA)
      • Coordination actions:
        • At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are establised in the same MS or AC
      • Support actions:
        • At least 1 independent legal entity
    • FUNDING SCHEMES BUDGETS
        • Cooperation, theme Health
        • million euro number of
        • funding* partners*
        • CP Large 6 – 12 10 – 15
        • CP Small <3 6 – 10
        • CSA <1
        • SME project <3
        • *if not requested otherwise in WP
    • CONCLUDING REMARKS
      • Different types of projects possible in Cooperation part of Seventh Framework Programme
      • Different specifications for each theme
      • >>>read Work Programme and Guide for Applicants carefully
    • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION