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  • 1. Europako diru-laguntzadeialdiak ulertzeko hiztegi batJosu Waliño2013/06/19
  • 2. 1. ERA (European Research Area)2. Framework Programme3. FP74. LLP5. Work Programmes and Calls for Proposals6. Funding schemes7. Europe 20208. Horizon 20209. Erasmus for All10. Creative Europe11. NCP, LEAR and PIC12. Project proposalGlosarioa
  • 3. ERA (European Research Area)The idea of a European Research Area grew out of the realisation that research inEurope suffers from three weaknesses: insufficient funding, lack of an environment tostimulate research and exploit results, and the fragmented nature of activities and thedispersal of resources. To tackle this problem, the Commission proposed, in January2000, the creation of a European Research Area. The initiative combines three relatedand complementary concepts:• the creation of an "internal market" in research, anarea of free movement of knowledge, researchersand technology, with the aim of increasingcooperation, stimulating competition and achievinga better allocation of resources;• a restructuring of the European research fabric, inparticular by improved coordination of nationalresearch activities and policies, which account formost of the research carried out and financed inEurope;• the development of a European research policywhich not only addresses the funding of researchactivities, but also takes account of all relevantaspects of other EU and national policieshttp://ec.europa.eu/research/era/index_en.htm
  • 4. ERA (European Research Area)Iturria: Serafín de la Concha (CDTI)
  • 5. Framework ProgrammeThe Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development, also calledFramework Programmes or abbreviated FP1 through FP8, are funding programmescreated by the European Union in order to support and encourage research in theEuropean Research Area (ERA). The specific objectives and actions vary betweenfunding periods.Iturria: Wikipedia
  • 6. Framework Programme
  • 7. FP7The complete name of FP7 is 7 th Framework Programme forResearch and Technological Development . It will last for sevenyears from 2007until 2013. The programme has a total budget ofover € 50 billion. This represents a substantial increase comparedwith the previous Framework Programme FP6 (41% at 2004prices, 63% at current prices), a reflection of the high priority ofresearch in Europe.The Specific Programmes constitute the five majorbuilding blocks of FP7:• Cooperation. fostering collaboration betweenindustry and academia to gain leadership in keytechnology areas• Ideas. supporting basic research at the scientificfrontiers.• People. supporting mobility and careerdevelopment for researchers both within andoutside Europe.• Capacities. helping develop the capacities thatEurope needs to be a thriving knowledge-basedeconomy• Nuclear Research. developing Europe’s nuclearfission and fusion capabilities.
  • 8. FP7
  • 9. Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)As the flagship EuropeanFunding programme in the fieldof education and training, theLifelong Learning Programme(LLP) enables individuals atall stages of their lives topursue stimulating learningopportunities across Europe.It is an umbrella programmeintegrating various educationaland training initiatives. LLP isdivided in four sectorial subprogrammes and four socalled transversalprogrammes.Budget: €7 billion for 2007-2013
  • 10. Work Programmes and Calls forProposalsThe concrete plans for implementing the Specific Programmes are announced by theEuropean Commission in annual Work Programmes. These work programmes includethe schedule of Calls for Proposals, commonly known just as Calls, to be publishedduring the year. Each Call usually covers specific research areas, and you may have towait until the publication of a Call which covers your exact area of interest.How will I know when a Call for Proposals is issued?All Calls are announced in the EUs Official Journal (which is the official source of EUdocuments). The annual work programmes and the full texts of the Calls are publishedon the FP7 section of CORDIS, the web site dedicated to EU-supported research.CORDIS is continuously updated with the latest information on Calls for proposals, aswell as other information and services related to Community research. CORDIS will helpyou find information - and plan your proposal.http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html
  • 11. Funding Schemes"Funding schemes" are the types of projects, by which FP7 and LLP are implemented. Theseare some of the more usuals:FP7• Collaborative projects (STREP and IPs) are focused research projects with clearly defined scientific andtechnological objectives and specific expected results.• Networks of Excellence are designed for research institutions willing to combine and functionally integratea substantial part of their activities and capacities in a given field, in order to create a European "virtualresearch centre" in this field.• Coordination and support actions cover not the research itself, but the coordination and networking ofprojects, programmes and policies.LLP• Multilateral Projects. Projects which aim to develop, promote and disseminate educational good practice.• Multilateral Networks. Networks which represent as a minimum organisations from 6 countries and aim todevelop education in their subject area or discipline.• Accompanying Measures aim to support various activities which will clearly contribute to achieving theComenius Programme objectives
  • 12. Europe 2020Europe 2020 is the European Union’s ten-year growth strategy.It is about addressing the shortcomings of our growth modeland creating the conditions for a different type of growth that issmarter, more sustainable and more inclusive.More info: http://ec.europa.eu/europe2020/index_en.htmEurope has identified new engines to boost growth and jobs.These areas are addressed by 7 flagship initiatives:The 5 targets for the EU in 2020:1. Employment• 75% of the 20-64 year-olds to be employed2. R&D• 3% of the EUs GDP to be invested in R&D3. Climate change and energy sustainability• greenhouse gas emissions 20%• 20% of energy from renewables• 20% increase in energy efficiency4. Education• Reducing the rates of early school leavingbelow 10%• at least 40% of 30-34–year-olds completingthird level education5. Fighting poverty and social exclusion• at least 20 million fewer people in or at riskof poverty and social exclusion
  • 13. Horizon2020• Aurreko hiru programa elkartzen dituenprograma bakarra:• Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)• Competitiveness and Innovation FrameworkProgramme (CIP)• European Institute of Innovation andTechnology (EIT)• Berrikuntza eta Ikerketa elkartzen ditu• Europak dituen erronka sozialei begira landuda. Adibidez, osasuna, energiagarbiak, garraioa…• Enpresa, Unibertsitate eta bestelakoerakundeentzat sarbidea errazten du.
  • 14. Horizon2020
  • 15. Horizon2020
  • 16. Erasmus for AllThe European Commission has published its proposal for the next generation of programmes entitled‘Erasmus for All’, which will focus on education, training, youth and sport. The proposal outlines a newintegrated and streamlined approach, simplifying access routes to funding for beneficiaries.
  • 17. Erasmus for AllBudget increased from nearly €7 billion for 2007 to 2013 to €14,6 billion for 2014-2020
  • 18. Creative Europe• Helps the cultural and creative sectors to seize the opportunities of the ‘digital age’ andglobalisation• A programme for the cultural and creative sectors for 2014-2020• Bringing together 3 existing programmes (Culture – MEDIA – MEDIA Mundus) + creating a newfinancial facility to guarantee bank loans• Proposed budget of € 1.8 billion for 7 years, 37% increase on current levels
  • 19. NCP, LEAR and PIC• National Contact Point (NCP): NCPs provide information andguidance to anyone wishing to participate in EU research andare able to offer personalised support in the proposer’s ownlanguage. The NCPs are usually national structures set up andfinanced by the governments of the 27 EU Member States andthe states associated to the Seventh Framework Programme(FP7). Espainikoak hemen daude.• Legal Entity Appointed Representative (LEAR): A legalsignatory of each legal entity must appoint one person (the so-called LEAR – Legal Entity Appointed Representative) forbeing the correspondent towards the Commission on all issuesrelated to the legal status of the entity. The LEARcommunicates his/her role internally in his/her organisationand provides the PIC to other employees dealing withproposals and grant agreements• Participant Identification Code (PIC): All organisationsparticipating in FP7 will be assigned a Participant IdentificationCode (or PIC). The organisations that already have signed anFP7 grant agreement have already been assigned a PIC.
  • 20. Project proposalIturria: Guía práctica de gestión de proyectos europeos
  • 21. Eskerrik asko!