Eureka clusters annual report april 2012

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EUREKA’s Clusters are a EUREKA success story. In terms of project funding they represent more than 70% of the EUREKA portfolio. They feature a high industrial participation, with a considerable – and increasing – level of SME participation. The success of the Clusters relies on the opportunity for member countries which can support their companies in major strategic technology fields in line with national priorities (variable geometry). The willingness of member countries to provide funds is connected to the expectations in terms of economic impact or contribution to resolving the 'grand challenges' for their country in the short and the long‐term.
The 2012 annual report was presented in April 2012 to the EUREKA network. This report is compilling general information, success stories and statistics on the six EUREKA Clusters, namely Acqueau, Catrene, Celtic Plus, EURIPIDES, EUROGIA+ and ITEA2.

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Eureka clusters annual report april 2012

  1. 1. EUREKA Clusters Annual Report to HLG by the Spokesperson of the Intercluster committee April 2012 www.eurekanetwork.orgDoing business through technology
  2. 2. Clusters in EUREKA >2Source: EUREKA 25 year overview (2011)EUREKA clusters, status end 2011:• 120 running projects with a total effort of more than 15000 PY and a total budget of more than 2 B€• Labelled in 2011: 48 new projects with a total effort of ~5700 PY and a total budget of ~800 M€ www.eurekanetwork.org
  3. 3. EUREKA Clusters >3 www.eurekanetwork.org
  4. 4. EUREKA Clusters (2) >41989 1996 1997 2000 2001 2007 2008 2013/2015 JESSI MEDEA MEDEA+ CATRENE CATRENE 1998 2005 2006 2013 ITEA ITEA2 1998 2004 2006 2013 EURIMUS/PIDEA EURIPIDES 2003 2010 2011 2019 CELTIC CELTIC+ 2004 2008 2009 2013 EUROGIA EUROGIA+ 2008 2013 MF.IND 2009 2014 ACQUEAU www.eurekanetwork.org 4
  5. 5. CATRENE - Micro- and Nanoelectronics > 5 JESSI (1989 – 1996) helped European companies to be back in the race in Technology; MEDEA (1997 – 2000) strengthened R&D cooperation of System suppliers and Semiconductor manufacturers; MEDEA+ (2001 – 2008) enabled Europe to become a leader in System Innovation on Silicon, thus contributing to accelerate Europe’s transition into an Information Society; CATRENE (2008–2011/2015) will facilitate the European Micro- and Nanoelectronics industry value chain to guarantee the controlled access to Information technology, applications and products for a smart, sustainable and inclusive European 2020 Society. www.eurekanetwork.org
  6. 6. CATRENE Resources by Country (Year End 2011) > 6 34 projects, 340 partners 20 participating countries Total for 2009-2015: 51 7,850 PYs 47 AUT: 276 BEL: 230 5 CHE: 2 CZE: 19 1836 42 DEU: 1202 ESP: 376 42 FIN: 51 230 1202 FRA: 3456 1 19 GBR 42 HUN: 19 3456 276 IRL: 42 2 19 ISR: 25 3 ITA: 116 116 LUX 1 18 376 NLD: 1836 86 NOR: 5 PRT: 18 ROU: 3 25 SWE: 47 TUR: 86 www.eurekanetwork.org
  7. 7. CATRENE - Success stories >7Onom@Topic - 2010 EUREKA Innovation Award:The Onom@Topic project has developed powerful European smart-card platforms for citizenship and mobile multimedia applications.A consortium consisting of 16 companies from six European countriesdeveloped a set of international standards related to e-identity andmobile transactions and successfully demonstrated the concreteimplementation of these standards.At the heart of the project were advanced prototypes for newgeneration of e-ID cards or SIM devices.MaxCaps - Materials for Next-Generation Capacitors and MemoriesIntegrating passive components such as resistors and capacitors intoelectronic circuitry has usually implied mounting them as discretedevices onto printed-circuit boards. The MaxCaps project solved thiskey challenge in modern chip-building by developing new materialsand deposition methods, making possible much higher capacitancelevels within the chip itself. It succeeded developing a dielectricvalue of up to 100, a world first for DRAM memory packages.For circuit designers, the project results are highly significant. Animportant enabler in moving to the next generation of applications. www.eurekanetwork.org
  8. 8. CATRENE - Programme statistics >8CATRENE (4 Years) Total effort (PY) Total costs (M€)Completed (0 projects)Running (22 projects) 5531 1122.23Labelled in 2011 (10 projects) 1951 382.40Labelled before 2011 - not yet running (2 projects) 368 63.16Total CATRENE 7850 1567.79 www.eurekanetwork.org
  9. 9. ITEA 2 - Software-intensive Systems and Services >9 > ITEA 2 (Information Technology for European Advancement) stimulates and supports innovative and pre-competitive R&D projects that will contribute research excellence to Europe’s competitive Software-Intensive Systems and Services (SiSS) sector. > Members of the ITEA 2 Authorities Committee (ITAC): > ITEA 2 Board members are: www.eurekanetwork.org
  10. 10. ITEA 2 – Facts & figures > 10 Growing number of Incl. South Korea partners: – ITEA (Call 1-8): • 500 partners • 235 SME – ITEA + ITEA 2 (Call 1-5): • 1094 partners www.eurekanetwork.org • 600 SME
  11. 11. ITEA 2 Success stories – 2011 award winners > 11MULTIPOL: Securing access across multiple domainsMULTIPOL addressed smart access control to company infrastructures – physical anddigital. There the major challenge is to manage control across organisationalboundaries, such as in post-merger integrations, subcontracting or virtualenterprises. It established a mathematical theory of access control in which mergersor co-operations are mathematical operations. The theory has been implemented inworking software solutions, such as Cassidian’s legal-enquiry use case and Evidian’snew identity and access manager, which generated concrete business impacts duringthe lifetime of the project.Metaverse1: Forging links between the real and the virtualSilver award winner METAVERSE set out to define a global standard for connecting virtualworlds with the real world. Key outcomes included a generic architecture supportingsensor/actuator/robot integration, avatar modelling and hybrid communications. TheMETAVERSE team achieved its ambitious goal and in January 2011 could present theglobal ISO/IEC 23005 MPEG-V standard during a major event in Korea.UseNet: Ubiquitous machine-to-machine networkingUSENET’s developed an open architecture providing a horizontal approach to thevertically fragmented machine-to-machine (M2M) market. Its great innovation is theM2M Internet; separating services from infrastructures, dramatically increasing thepotential market for M2M deployments. UseNet played a major role in the new ETSIM2M TC standard. www.eurekanetwork.org
  12. 12. ITEA 2 - Programme statistics > 12ITEA 2 (6 Years) Total effort (PY) Total costs (M€)Completed (28 projects) 3205 334.89Running (40 projects) 6246 616.97Labelled in 2011 (15 projects) 2545 268.76Labelled before 2011 - not yet running (4 projects) 802 87.26Total ITEA 2 12798 1307.88 www.eurekanetwork.org
  13. 13. Celtic-Plus – successor of CELTIC > 13 Celtic-Plus is the EUREKA Cluster focusing on Telecommunications Focusing on Integrated System Solutions from end-to-end Pre-competitive collaborative R&D Celtic’s overall budget has reached around 700 M€ Initiated and supported by the major Telco players in Europe: www.eurekanetwork.org
  14. 14. Celtic - charts > 14 Types of companies Types of companies (by numbersof participants) (by budget shares in %)100 70% 90 60% 80 70 50% 60 40% 50 40 30% 30 20% 20 10 10% 0 0% Call 1 Call 2 Call 3 Call 4 Call 5 Call 6 Call 7 Call 8 Call 1 Call 2 Call 3 Call 4 Call 5 Call 6 Call 7 Call 8 Industry Telcos SME Uni/Res/Admin Industry Telcos SME Uni/Res/Admin • Number of active organisations: >500 • Number of active countries: 28 www.eurekanetwork.org
  15. 15. Celtic - Success stories > 15Celtic 100 GET 100 GET provided new solutions on high-speed optical networks for the Future Internet. Internet can be now 10 times faster than it is today at speed up to 100 Gbit/sec.Celtic WINNER+The WINNER+ European consortium contributed to and largely influenced the globalstandards for 4G Technology. The deployment on the new LTE-advanced standards willbring Europe back into the front seat for high-speed mobile systems and services. RUBENS Smarter networks for multimedia and video services offering an increased Quality of Experience (QoE)B21CInfluencing DVB-x standards and new products addressing theemerging market of T2 Terrestrial TV, with a commercial phase. www.eurekanetwork.org
  16. 16. Celtic - Programme statistics > 16CELTIC and CelticPlus (8+1 Years) Total effort (PY) Total costs (M€)Completed (58 projects) 3483 344.40Running (27 projects) 2240 250.12Labelled in 2011 (11 projects) 965 102.82Labelled before 2011 - not yet running (4 projects) 346 33.16Total CELTIC and CelticPlus 7034 730.50 www.eurekanetwork.org
  17. 17. EURIPIDES, your Smart Systems Partner in Europe > 17 www.eurekanetwork.org
  18. 18. EURIPIDES - Organisation > 18 22 COUNCIL Members Technical Evaluation Committee / TEC Klaus PRESSEL Gilles POUPON Jean-Luc MATE Vicenç AGUILERA Hannu LAATIKAINEN TEC Coordinator Chairman Vice-President Vice-PresidentAndré VAN CALSTER Jussi TUOVINEN Klaus PRESSEL Chris JyrkiTreasurer SAB Leader TEC Coordinator MERVEILLE KIIHAMAKIChristian VAL Mårten ARMGARTH Heinz MOITZI EURIPIDES Office Rémy RENAUDIN Operation Molly BOISSIER Manager OfficeMarek Hervé Gilles POUPON AssistantVALDMANN MOKRANI Régis HAMELIN Project LeaderCarles CANÉ André PERRET Thierry GOUVERNEL EURIPIDAC MembersKlaus-Dieter LANG Franck MURRAY Jean-Luc DIOTSerge PERROT Jean-Paul GIRY Philippe KERTESZ An NGUYEN-DINH www.eurekanetwork.org
  19. 19. EURIPIDES - Success stories > 19CERAMJET: Inkjet printing technology in ceramic electronics 3,6 M€ R&D One SME (leader) , 4 Large Co, 1 University 3 M€ effective turnover 6 new jobs for Ceradrop A full European industrial branch in ink jet printingIQ FUEL: Integrated sensor to determine the quality of fuel 8,7 M€ R&D 10 partners: 4 Large Co, 2 Sme’s, 4 research org. In 2012, functional samples to customers 30% share of the world market expected www.eurekanetwork.org
  20. 20. EURIPIDES - Programme statistics > 20EURIPIDES (4 Years) Total effort (PY) Total costs (M€)Completed (22 projects) 699 110.00Running (19 projects) 994 137.00Labelled in 2011 (4 projects) 147 19.00Labelled before 2011 - not yet running (4 projects) 334 54.00Total EURIPIDES 2174 320.00 www.eurekanetwork.org
  21. 21. EUROGIA+ - Low-carbonfiguresTechnologies Key Energy > 21> 16 Board Members: 10 LE, 6 SME, 9 countries> 17 Supporting Countries> 40 International Experts> 20 Countries involved> 200 Partners> 63 POs> 32 FPPs> 23 Projects Labeled (Dec 2011)> Budget: POs = 240 M€; labeled = 94 M€ www.eurekanetwork.org
  22. 22. Covering the entire Energy Mix and Value Chain (except Nuclear)> 22 www.eurekanetwork.org
  23. 23. EUROGIA+ - Success stories > 23Sol-Ion: Renewable Energy System, including energystorage system with Lithium-ion battery, forresidential and small commercial application. 1000 systems sold in 1st year CO2 FieldLab: Field laboratory to demonstrate safe storage of CO2 Phase 2 (deep injection) approved after successful phase 1 (shallow injection)WindFarmVessel: Offshore Wind Farm installation vessel Successful basin tests www.eurekanetwork.org
  24. 24. EUROGIA+ - Programme statistics > 24EUROGIA+ (4 Years) Total effort (PY) *) Total costs (M€)Completed (1 project) 5 1.28Running (11 projects) **) 221 55.14Labelled in 2011 (5 projects) 78 19.46Labelled before 2011 - not yet running (6 projects) 42 10.42Total EUROGIA+ 346 86.30 *) In EUROGIA the project budget is administrated, the effort in PY is estimated **) Two projects labelled in 2011 already started in 2011, to prevent double-counts these are NOT counted here as running www.eurekanetwork.org
  25. 25. ACQUEAU – EUREKA Cluster for water > 25 Road Map for Water Technology Needs 1. Water resources & alternative sources 2. Water treatment 3. Water distribution 4. Customer 5. Agriculture 6. Industry 7. Wastewater treatment 8. Bio-solids and other sludges 9. Urban drainage and wastewater collection www.eurekanetwork.org
  26. 26. ACQUEAU – Facts & figures > 26• Dedicated to the water industry and related technologies• Established in April 2010 23 countries support• 10 Projects Labelled• 29M € Project Funding• AISBL established in Brussels (ESE offices) www.eurekanetwork.org
  27. 27. ACQUEAU - Programme statistics > 27 www.eurekanetwork.org
  28. 28. EUREKA Clusters - summary data per cluster > 28 Completed projects Running projects Labelled projects in 2011 #projects effort (PY) budget (M€) #projects effort (PY) budget (M€) #projects effort (PY) budget (M€)ACQUEAU (2 Years) 0 1 46 6.82 3 67 7.35CATRENE (4 Years) 0 22 5531 1122.23 10 1951 382.40CELTIC(-Plus) (9 Years) 58 3483 344.40 27 2240 250.12 11 965 102.82EURIPIDES (4 Years) 22 699 110.00 19 994 137.00 4 147 19.00EUROGIA+ (3 Years) 1 5 1.28 11 221 55.14 5 78 19.46ITEA-2 (6 Years) 28 3205 334.89 40 6246 616.97 15 2545 268.76Total 120 15278 2188.28 48 5753 799.79Notes:• There are many more completed projects (but no running projects) in the predecessor- clusters of CATRENE (MEDEA and MEDEA+), in the predecessor-clusters of EURIPIDES (EURIMUS and PIDEA) and in the predecessor-cluster of ITEA 2 (ITEA)• CELTIC and CelticPlus both are included to create a complete picture: all running projects are in CELTIC and newly labelled projects are in CelticPlus• A few projects labelled in 2011 already started in 2011, to prevent double-counts these are NOT counted here as running www.eurekanetwork.org
  29. 29. EUREKA Clusters - Conclusion > 29 JOINT DECLARATION FROM EUREKA CHAIRMANSHIP AND EUREKA CLUSTERS Jerusalem, June 2011 > The EUREKA Clusters have recognized track records which are demonstrated by a regular increase in their activity, with now seven Clusters. The volume of the Cluster’s projects represents 70% of the total EUREKA portfolio in terms of budget. Addressing the needs of large companies and SMEs, they are the core engine for industrial innovation and economic growth. Through their industrial representation, the Clusters have a prominent and active role to play in bringing innovation to the market > The EUREKA Clusters have created with their partners (large companies, SMEs, research organizations, academia), and with the strong support of Public Authorities, an important organizational ecosystem and a unique network for pan-European cooperation, which is ready to answer to any new challenge, and to enhance world leadership in many domains. > The bottom-up approach and the flexibility embedded in EUREKA and in the Clusters allow industry to react quickly and efficiently to any changing parameter; this approach is compatible with market push, so that innovation can always be at the leading edge while still allowing for a fast deployment on the market; > The Chairman of EUREKA together with the Chairpersons of the EUREKA Clusters commit to continue promoting EUREKA and its different instruments as the leading industrial R&D platform to their natural partners: member countries, European institutions and industry. www.eurekanetwork.org
  30. 30. EUREKA Thank you for your attention www.eurekanetwork.orgDoing business through technology

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