Présentation du projet PASRI: la composante Réseautage 

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Présentation de Enrico Ottolini, expert réseautage du système national d’innovation auprès du PASRI, lors de la journée sur le programme H2020 organisée à l'Institut Pasteur de Tunis, le 20 septembre 2013.

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Présentation du projet PASRI: la composante Réseautage 

  1. 1. PASRI: la composante Réseautage Enrico OTTOLINI, Expert Principal Réseautage PASRI 20 septembre 2013 Institut Pasteur de Tunis Atelier d’Information Le nouveau programme cadre Européen de Recherche H2020 : Opportunités de projets collaboratifs dans le secteur de la santé
  2. 2. Today my goal is... • To inform you about « what” PASRI is • To inform about networking activities already planned or launched … • To listen to your needs, proposals and ideas THAT’S THE START UP OF OUR NETWORKING 2
  3. 3. PASRI is … • The Tunisian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MESRS), in collaboration with the Tunisian Ministry of Industry (MI), launched "PASRI", the Projet d’Appui au Système de Recherche et Innovation ,funded by a grant from the European Union € 12 million. The EAT on the field on November 2012 • The PASRI is managed by the National Promotion Agency for Scientific Research (ANPR) 3
  4. 4. The main objectif of PASRI Improving the R&DI contribution to develop the Tunisian employment, strengthening the links between Research (knowledge) and Enterprises (know-how). It means “qualified people” having “added value” for the Tunisian economy 4
  5. 5. The key-components of PASRI Rules •Gouvernance: Strengthening the mechanism of National Innovation System ( SNI) Links •Réseautage: Develop national & international "networking“ and Tunisian capacities to be integrated within EU & worldwide research programs Transfer •Interfaçage:Stimulating the research community, the economic environment and interfacing 5
  6. 6. « Networking » means ….. • To link sector and enterprises’ priorities and R&D capacities &skills • To facilitate better synergy between R&D actors and potential projects proposers (enterprises) • To promote innovative projects at territorial, national, international level 6
  7. 7. …. But …. Where is Tunisia now ? • Is Tunisia an active and dynamic “receptor” according to the inputs of EU in the field of R&D? • Are Tunisian institutes and enterprises experienced and skill to be performing partners within “research consortia” ? 7
  8. 8. Comparison 6th FP (2002- 2006) et 7th FP (2007/2011) Indicateurs PC 6 2002- 2006 PC 7 2007-2011 Nombre de propositions avec la participation tunisienne 444 439 Nombre de projets / contrats impliquant des organisations tunisiennes 77 88 Nombre d'institutions tunisiennes 111 100 Taux de succès global pour tous les appels 25% 19% 8
  9. 9. Participation of Tunisia Scientific fields ... The strength High-performing domains: 1st Knowledge Based Bio-Economy (KBBE) which includes food, agriculture, fisheries and biotechnology. (21 out of 95) 2nd Environment (16 out of 81) 3rd Health (10 out of 33) 9
  10. 10. Participation of Tunisia Scientific fields ... areas to be improved • Information Communication Tech (5 out of 36) • Energy (1 out of 11) • Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies (3 out of 6) • Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (0 out of 37) 10
  11. 11. 7th FPRD Tunisian “best practice ” institutions • 1e Institut Pasteur de Tunis (IPT), 8 projets (budget x IPT: 1,5 M.€) • 2e Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer (INSTM), 5 projets (budget x INSTM 370,000 €) • 3e Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax (CBS), 4 projets (budget x CBS 430,000 €). 11
  12. 12. The EU projects … only money? Money is “important”, but participating to EU projects means ... • to be into virtuous circles ... • to be in touch with competitive systems 12
  13. 13. The importance of H2020, the new EU R&D Program (€80 billion budget) • Integrated and multi disciplinary projects • Relevance to SMEs participation (20%) • Relevance to EU key-sectors All that means more difficulties to be selected and to be funded but challenging opportunities for Tunisia and ...for you 13
  14. 14. Actions on the plan The key-words are: collaboration, synergies, complementarities, integration …. of programs and world wide donors • National Contact Points, Institution Info Points, Focal and Thematic Points; the transition from 7th FPRD to H2020 • Veille I&E: sectors • Réseau: diaspora, sectors, competences, skills 14
  15. 15. Actions on the plan • Reinforcement of ANPR capacities as well as of SNI actors: institutions, R&D structures, techno poles, technical centres. the “preparation and support projects” dept. and BuTT réseau • Clusters: value chains, territory based, partnership of industries, R&D, and national/regional institutions/authorities • Innovation Prix 15
  16. 16. Actions on the plan • Studies and investigations about innovative industrial sectors • Trainings “tailor made”, in Tunis and out of Tunis • Study tours abroad “tailor made” • Actions Impact on the economic TN system 16
  17. 17. Thanks for your attention ... and .... Together towards a more innovative and challenging job, society and world 17

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