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  • With a view to promoting international cooperation with Australia, initiatives for collaboration between project(s) under this topic and selected Australian project(s) will be encouraged on the basis of mutual benefit and reciprocity. The Commission reserves the right to ask the coordinators of FP7 projects, during the contract negotiations, to include collaboration activities (e.g. exchange of information, exchange of researchers) with selected Australian project(s) that are endorsed by the Australian Department for Resources, Energy and Tourism (RET) or the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (IISRTE). The participation of innovative SMEs is particularly encouraged. Interfaces topic: This pre-competitive topic has been developed based on the results of workshops organized by the Commission in collaboration with the US. The inclusion of top class research groups from industrialised and/or emerging countries is encouraged. In addition the proposal should allocate resources for 1-2 workshops aiming at exchange of information on the basis of mutual benefit and reciprocity with selected on-going projects in 3 rd countries. Such projects may be identified by the Commission during the negotiation phase. China has expressed interest. This topic could be an interest to the US and Japan
  • Regional topic implemented jointly in the Energy and FAFB (Food, Agriculture, Fisheries, Biotechnology) theme but only open in this call. The South East European and East Neighbourhood countries  shall be considered as part of this Pan-European approach. Appropriate links will be made with relevant programmes and actions, notably in the context of the EU Agricultural, Environmental, Regional, Enlargement and Neighbourhood policies. Ie. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Moldova and Ukraine An international work package could be developed for Era Net Plus.  

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  • FP7 2013 Work Programmes International DimensionOpportunities for US Partners
  • •The FP7 "Cooperation" Specific Programme
  • Health• Two major calls published on 10 July 2012• Research priorities: – Emphasis will be on innovative health research. Areas most covered are: brain research, antimicrobial drug resistance and comparative effectiveness research – Other areas covered: developing personalised medicines approaches, cardiovascular research, safety and efficacy of therapies, cancer and public health research• Strong emphasis on SMEs and industry participation
  • HealthExamples of topics covered in the next call:Activity 1: Biotechnology, generic tools andmedical technologies for human health Technologies for personalised medicine Research on Transplantation and on therapeutic DNA/RNA deliveryActivity 2: Translating research for human health Rare diseases research Research on Ageing, Diabetes and Systems Medicine Infectious diseases: HIV/TB/Malaria/HCVActivity 3: Optimising the delivery of healthcare Health service delivery and Health Technology Assessment Health systems and services in low and middle income countries 4
  • Key features for 2013 work programme• Three research priorities: • Brain research • Antimicrobial drug resistance • Comparative effectiveness research• 2 calls: INNOVATION-1 (34 topics), INNOVATION-2 (2 topic)• Topics overview: • Many SME/industry targeted topics: mini. 15% to 30% of EU contribution has to go to SMEs • 3 large projects: EU contribution of €24 million or € 30 million • 2 pilot SME topics: mini. 50% of EU contribution has to go to SMEs • 6 topics with clinical trials
  • General conditions 2012• Any research organisation can participate, including larger companies, as well as service-providers.• However, the funding levels are different: • For academia & SMEs: 75% of research costs • For larger companies: 50% of research costs • For all: 100% management & training & eligible IP costs• What is an SME ? (for the EC: 1 + 2 + 3) 1. less than 250 employees 2. annual turnover ≤€50 million OR balance sheet total ≤€43 million 3. must be autonomous* * check SME status: http://ec.europa.eu/research/sme-techweb
  • Clinical trial topicsAim:• Translating research into clinical practice• Different types of clinical trials, e.g. investigator-driven, observational, …Scope:• specified in each topic, phases covered are decided by the participants, and may be depend on the maximum possible allocated budget.• expected to be mostly phase I, II, and IV - for details see specific topics and special instructions for clinical trials.Note:• Further guidance will be provided in a new annex 5 of the guide for applicants• Importance of ethics issues• Patient involvement• Statistics
  • Advice for applicants Analyse the work programme carefully Apply if you see a clear opportunity that fits your strategy Choose your partners carefully Do not view EC grants only as a source of cash, but as a means to access know-how & resources from partners. Managing the project yourself is a major task – it needs to be properly planned & resourced – but you have control. Use support structures: National Contact Points (NCPs), Fit-for-Health, …
  • Biotech, tools & technologies1.3 - Suitability, safety, efficacy of therapies• Modelling toxic responses in case studies for predictive 15% human Ind/SME safety assessment. 30%• Innovative approaches to address adverse immune reactions Ind/SME to biomedical devices, implants and transplant tissues 30% Ind/SME• Safety and efficacy of therapeutic vaccines 30%• Development of alternative in vitro, analytical, immuno- Ind/SME chemical, and other test methods for quality control of
  • Translating research for human health2.1 – Integrating biological data and processes: Large-scale data gathering, systems biology 2.1.1 Large-scale data gathering 30% SME• Functional validation in animal and cellular models of genetic determinants of diseases and ageing processes 30% €30m• High impact research initiative on metagenomics Ind/SME for personalised medicine approaches 2.1.2 Systems biology closed
  • Translating research for human health2.2 – Research on the brain and related diseases, human development and ageing 2.2.1 Brain and brain-related diseases• Prospective longitudinal data collection and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) for traumatic brain injury (TBI)• Development of effective imaging tools for diagnosis, 30% monitoring and management of mental disorders Ind/SME• Paediatric conduct disorders characterised by aggressive 15% traits and/or social impairment: from preclinical research to SME treatment
  • Translating research for human health2.3 – Translational research in major infectious diseases: to confront major threats to public health 2.3.0 Cross-cutting priorities 30%• Innovation in vaccines SME 2.3.1 Anti-microbial drug resistance• INNO-2 call: Drugs and vaccines for infections that 50% have developed or are at the risk of developing SME significant anti-microbial resistance• Stratified approaches to antibacterial and/or antifungal treatment
  • Translating research for human health2.3.2 HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosisclosed2.3.3 Potentially new and re-emerging epidemics•Clinical management of patients in severe epidemics €24m2.3.4 Neglected infectious diseases•Neglected infectious diseases of Central and Eastern Europe 15%•Drug development for neglected parasitic diseases SME
  • Translating research for human health2.4 – Translational research in other majordiseases 2.4.1 Cancer•Investigator-driven treatment trials to combat or prevent metastases inpatients with solid cancer 30% Ind/SME•Strengthening the cancer patients immune system•Investigator-driven supportive and palliative care clinical trialsand observational studies
  • Translating research for human health2.4 – Translational research in other majordiseases 2.4.2 Cardiovascular diseases 30% SME•Discovery research to reveal novel targets for cardiovasculardisease treatment•Comparative effectiveness research of existing technologiesfor prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases•Optimising lifestyle interactions in the prevention and treatment ofcardiovascular disease across the lifespan
  • Health – Interest for the US• All topics of the main call FP7-HEALTH-2013-INNOVATION-1 are open for US participation.• All participants established in the US are entitled to receive funding for these Health-related calls.• Topics of particular interest might include:• HEALTH.2013.2.2.1-1: Prospective longitudinal data collection and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) for traumatic brain injury (TBI)• HEALTH.2013.4.1-5: Global initiative on gene-environment interactions in diabetes/obesity in specific populations• Coordination and Support Action in favour of the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases
  • Food, Agriculture and Biotechnologies (FAB)• One call published on 10 July 2012• Research Priorities – Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry – Sustainable and Competitive Agri-Food Sector for a Safe and Healthy Diet – Unlocking the Potential of Aquatic Living Resources – Sustainable and Competitive Bio-based Industries• Calls have an emphasis on – Completing ERA (European Research Area) – Stimulating innovation incl. knowledge exchange with SMEs – Supporting European policies (e.g. General Food Law Regulation) – Supporting international cooperation (e.g. Tackling challenges of a global nature, Millennium Development Goals)
  • FAB – Interest for the USAll topics open for US participationTopics of particular interest might include: • KBBE.2013.2.2-01: New technologies to study brain function in relation to eating behaviour • KBBE.2013.2.2-02: Factors influencing the human gut microbiome and its effect on the development of diet- related diseases and brain development • KBBE.2013.3.3-03: Opening markets for bio-based products: Standardisation, labelling and procurement
  • Cross thematic Call "Oceans of Tomorrow"• Call published on 12 July 2012• All topics open for US participation• Topics of particular interest to the US might include:• OCEAN.2013-1: Biosensors for real time monitoring of biohazard and man made chemical contaminants in the marine environment• OCEAN.2013-2: Innovative multifunctional sensors for in-situ monitoring of marine environment and related maritime activities• OCEAN.2013-3: Innovative antifouling materials for maritime applications• OCEAN.2013-4: Innovative transport and deployment systems for the offshore wind energy sector
  • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)• Two ICT calls published on 12 July 2012• Three Cross-thematic calls on Factories for the Future, Efficient Buildings and Green Cars published on 12 July 2012• Focus around number of key challenges: – pervasive and trusted network and service infrastructures – cognitive systems and robotics – alternative paths to components and systems – technologies for digital content and languages• Support also for Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • ICT – Interest for the USAll topics open for US participationTopics of particular interest might include: • ICT-2013.2.2 Robotics use cases & accompanying measures • ICT-2013.3.1 Nanoelectronics • ICT-2013.5.1 Personalised health, active ageing, and independent living • ICT-2013.5.4 ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling • ICT-2013.6.5 Co-operative mobility • ICT-2013.9.4 International cooperation on FET research • ICT-2013.10.3 International partnership building and support to dialogues – Horizontal International Cooperation Actions • GC-ICT-2013.6.6 Electro-mobility
  • NANOSCIENCES, NANOTECHNOLOGIES, MATERIALS & NEW PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES (NMP)• 9 calls + 2 coordinated calls on Enabling and Industrial Technologies• Call published on 10 July 2012• Application-Specific Innovation: – Energy and energy efficiency – Environmental issues and sustainable development – Raw materials – Health and safety Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) – Factories of the future – Energy-efficient buildings – Green cars
  • NMP – Interest for the US•All topics open for US participationTopics of particular interest might include: • NMP-2013.1.3-1 Safety in nanoscale production and products • NMP.2013.1.3-2 Nanomaterials safety assessment: Ontology, database(s) for modelling and risk assessment • NMP-2013.1.3-3 Development of a systematic framework for naming and assessing safety of the next generations of nanomaterials being developed for industrial applications • NMP.2013.2.2-4 Energy harvesters • NMP-2013.2.3-2 Rational design of functional materials: networking and sharing of best practices • NMP.2013.4.1-1 Substitution of critical metals • FoF.NMP.2013-3 Workplaces of the future: the new people-centred production sit • FoF.NMP.2013-9 Advanced concepts for technology-based business approaches /manufacturing in globalised markets
  • Energy• One call published on 10 July 2012• Focus on the implementation plans and road maps of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan)• Aim to accelerate research, development and market take up of most promising technologies in: – Smart Cities and Communities – Renewable Energy – Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS); – Smart Grids and Energy Storage
  • Topics open to Twinning• Australia: Topic ENERGY.2013.5.1-2: New generation high-efficiency capture processes; (twinning)• Industrialized and/or Emerging Countries: Topic ENERGY.2013.7.3.3: Understanding interfaces in rechargeable batteries and super-capacitors through in situ methods (possible twinning, targeted opening)
  • Instruments for cooperationTwinning of projects FP7 Third Joint project country activities project•Two separate projects• Two separate processes• No contract issues
  • Twinning• What kind of activities ?: cross-participation in project meetings – reporting on progress joint project meetings; Exchange of researchers; Exchange of materials/results Site visits to laboratories Joint workshops/conferences Dissemination events Etc etc – to be jointly defined
  • Targeted Opening:• Topic ENERGY.2013.3.7.1: Developing regional and pan-European schemes for the sustainable delivery of non-food biomass feedstock in a pan-European integrated market (South East European and ENP countries (Moldova, Ukraine);• Topic ENERGY.2013.6.1.1: Combined Underground Coal Gasification and CO2 Capture and Storage (South Africa, Australia, India, China, US)• Topic ENERGY.2013.7.3.2: Enhanced interoperability and conformance testing methods and tools for interaction between grid infrastructure and electric vehicles (US);• Topic ENERGY.2013.10.1.2: ERA-NET Plus – European wind resources assessment (IRENA)
  • Energy – Interest for the USAll topics open for US participationTopics of particular interest might include: • ENERGY.2013.6.1.1: Combined Underground Coal Gasification and CO2 Capture and Storage • ENERGY.2013.7.3.2 Enhanced interoperability and conformance testing methods and tools for interaction between grid infrastructure and electric vehicles • ENERGY.2013.7.3.3 Understanding interfaces in rechargeable batteries and super-capacitors through in situ methods • All topics under ENERGY.2013.10.1 "Integrated Research Programmes" Including ENERGY.2013.10.1.2: ERA-NET Plus – European wind resources assessment
  • FP7-Fission-2013 Call ETPs~ €5M Geological disposal Reactor systems~ €22M • Safety of existing nuclear installation • Advanced nuclear systems for increased safety • Cross-cutting aspects • Advanced systems for non-electrical uses (Cogen)~ €12M Radiation protection Research infrastructures~ €16M Training and mobility Grand Total 2013: Cross-cutting and INCO Policy support ~ 55 M€
  • Reactor systems SafetyTopic: Fission-2013-2.1.1: Preparatory Phase (PP) in support to an efficientEU integrated research programme on safety of existing nuclear installationsFunding scheme: Maximum one combination CP/CSATopic: Fission-2013-2.1.2 : Consequences of combination of extremeexternal events on the safety of Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs, Fukushima)Funding scheme: Maximum one CSA (Coordinating)Fission-2013-2.2.1: Preparatory Phase (PP) in support to the development ofa federating body to ensure efficient EU coordinated research on ReactorSafety for the next generation of nuclear installationsFunding scheme: Maximum one combination CP/CSA
  • Reactor systems Cross-cuttingCross-cutting aspects for nuclear systemsFission-2013-2.3.1: Support to the development of joint research actionsbetween national programmes on advanced nuclear materials and EERAFunding scheme: Maximum one combination CP/CSAAdvanced safety systems for non-electrical uses of nuclear energySupport to the emergence of a possible European Research Initiative on co-generationFunding scheme: Maximum one CSA (coordinating)
  • Radiation protection Expected impactBetter integration of national and international research efforts (ERA)in radiation protection and the low-dose risk, leading to significantoptimisation of the protection afforded to the workforce, the publicand the environment. • Qualification of risks for low and protracted exposures • Medical uses of radiation • Emergency and post-accident management • Research activities in other areas
  • Radiation protectionFission-2013-3.1.1: Preparatory Phase (PP) in support to the Multi-disciplinary European Low Dose Initiative (MELODI) for its development asfederating body to ensure cost-efficiency and high-performance of low-doserisk research in EuropeFunding scheme: Maximum one combination CP/CSAFission-2013-3.2.1: Medical uses of radiationActions in this area are within the scope of topic Fission-2013-3.1.1Fission-2013-3.3.1: Towards best practices for emergency and post-accidentmanagementActions in this area in covered in Fission-2012 (project under negotiation)
  • Radiation protectionFission-2013-3.3.1: Trilateral cooperation on Chernobyl studiesIndependent assessment of the need to launch studies on the health effects of the Chernobyl accident shall be proposed. This cooperation should involve third countries such as Japan, the United States of America and MELODI association as European Member States research representative on low dose and international cooperation in this fieldFunding scheme: Maximum one CSA (Coordinating)Fission-2013-3.4.1: Support to the emergence of a possible Europeanplatform on the impact of radiation on the environment, including the foodchainFunding scheme: Maximum one combination CP/CSA
  • Human resources, training and NMSFission-2013-5.1.1: Euratom Fission Training Schemes (EFTS) in NuclearFission, Safety and Radiation ProtectionFunding scheme: Maximum of 3 CSA (coordinating)Fission-2013-6.0.1: Widening involvement of NMS in the Fission, Safety andRadiation Protection ProgrammeFunding scheme: Maximum 3 CSA (Coordinating)Fission-2013-6.0.2: Education / training / information towards the publicFunding scheme: Maximum One CSA (coordinating)Fission-2013-6.0.3: Towards a socio-economic analysis of Euratom actionsunder FP7Funding scheme: Maximum One CSA (expert appointment letters)
  • Other actions and INCOContribution to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development(Nuclear Energy Agency) / Secretariat for the Generation-IV InternationalForum (GIF)Funding scheme: CSA (supporting)Studies for the ex-post evaluation of Euratom Framework Programmes in theperiod 2007-2013 (Fission + Fusion)Funding scheme: CSA (expert appointment letters)Experts contracts for fission evaluations and project reviewsFunding scheme: CSA (expert appointment letters)
  • Environment• One call published on 10 July 2012• Focus on : – addressing major societal challenges – developing and strengthening European leadership in environmental innovation; and – promoting and facilitating knowledge transfer, assessment, uptake and exploitation of research and Innovation data and results in policy, industry and society
  • Environment – Interest for the USAll topics open for US participationTopics of particular interest might include: • ENV.2013.6.1 All topics under Coping with Climate Change Including: ENV.2013.6.1-1 Climate-related ocean processes and combined impacts of multiple stressors on the marine environment • ENV.2013.6.1-1 Climate-related ocean processes and combined impacts of multiple stressors on the marine environment • ENV.2013.6.1-4 Land cover and land-use change and climate change mitigation • ENV.2013.6.2-6 Improved monitoring of the impact of cultivation on the environment using global Earth Observations
  • Environment – Interest for the US (2) • ENV.2013.6.3-3 Contribution to the assessment of global water resources through the use of new earth observation datasets and techniques • ENV.2013.6.5-1 Accelerating progress towards the Green Economy • ENV.2013.6.5-2 Mobilising environmental knowledge for policy and society, sub-topic c) Empowering international economic development through the use of environmental Earth Observations • ENV.2013.6.5-4 Knowledge platforms, networking and uptake of research results for more strategic international R&I cooperation
  • Transport• Five calls published on 10 July 2012  Aeronautics and Air Transport (four calls)  Sustainable Surface Transport (one call)• Strategic research and innovation priorities for 2013: – Aeronautics and Air Transport – Sustainable surface transport (including the ‘European green cars initiative’) – Horizontal activities – "Galileo" (Europes initiative for a state-of-the-art global satellite navigation system)
  • Transport – Interest for the US•All topics open for US participationTopics of particular interest might include: • AAT.2013.2-1. Airports • AAT.2013.3-1. Human factors • AAT.2013.4-2. Design systems and tools • AAT.2013.7-2. Coordinating research and innovation in the field of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation • AAT.2013.8-2. International cooperation on civil high speed air transport research • SST.2013.1-3. ERA-NET Plus - Advanced systems, materials and techniques for next generation infrastructure • SST.2013.4-3. Biomechanics and advanced digital human body models and testing for vehicle safety • SST.2013.5-3. Innovative, cost-effective construction and maintenance for safer, greener roads
  • Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities (SSH)• Three calls published on 10 July 2012• Four priorities for 2013 work programme: – Underpinning innovation for smart growth – Public sector reform and strengthening governance in the EU – Inclusive and sustainable growth – Support for developing the external policies of the European Union
  • SSH – Interest for the US• All topics open for US participation• Topics of particular interest might include: • SSH.2013.2.1-2. Social entrepreneurship for innovative societies • SSH.2013.3.2-1. Social Innovation – empowering people, changing societies • SSH.2013.4.2-1. Media in conflicts and peace building • SSH.2013.4.3-2. Transatlantic Social Sciences and Humanities Platform • SSH.2013.4.3-3. Untapped growth and employment potential – reducing the cost of non tariff measures in goods, services and investment
  • Space• Calls published on 10 July 2012• Strategic research and innovation priorities for 2013: • Earth observation/GMES • Climate change monitoring from Space • Remote sensing methods and development of downstream services • Space science and technologies • Exploitation of space science and exploration data • research preparing for space exploration • Space-weather • Security of space assets • Cross-cutting activities • SME relevant research International cooperation with third countries
  • FP7-Space FP7-Space Space-based applications at theSpace-based applications at the service of the European Societyservice of the European Society (principally GMES) 9.1 (principally GMES) R&D strengthening R&D strengthening Space foundations 9.2 126 M€ Space foundations Cross-cutting issues Cross-cutting issues 9.3 47
  • GMES topics 20th century re-analysis and future coupling methods Ensemble system of regional re-analyses Quality assurance system for Essential Climate Variables - ECVs Provision of access to simulated and observed climate datasets and climate indicator toolbox Attribution products Stimulating development of downstream services Remote sensing methods Integrating satellite communication and/or satellite navigation solutions into space based observing systems 48
  • Space Foundations topics Exploitation of space science and exploration data Earth-analogue research preparing for space exploration Space critical technologies Space-weather events Security of space assets from in-orbit collisions and removal of space debris 49
  • Space interest for the US• All topics open for participation from the US• Topics of particular interest might include: • SPA.2013.2.1-01 Exploitation of space science and exploration data • SPA.2013.2.1-02: Earth-analogue research preparing for space exploration • SPA.2013.2.3-01: Space-weather events • SPA.2013.2.3-02: Security of space assets from in- orbit collisions
  • Security• One call published on July 2012• Seven activity areas: – 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 and interoperability – Security and society – Security research coordination and structuring
  • Security Interest for the US• All topics open for participation from the US• One topic of potential interest, which calls for international cooperation: • SEC-2013.2.4-1. Phase II demonstration programme on logistics and supply chain security
  • •FP7 "Capacities" Specific Programme
  • Research Infrastructures• One call published on 10 July 2012• Main lines of action: – Focus on the support of the next phase of development of research and education networks in Europe (GÉANT), one of the main pillars of the online European Research Area
  • Research Infrastructures – Interest for the US• All topics open for US participation• Topics of particular interest might include: • INFRA-2013-1.2.1: GÉANT• The international dimension of GÉANT will be encouraged, in particular by:  ensuring global connectivity and interoperability,  developing an open, virtualised and multi-domain tested facility and expanding it globally.
  • Science in Society• One call published on 10 July 2012• Focus on enabling responsible research and innovation (RRI) in the European Research Area• All topics open for participation of the US