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SRTD Final Conference
Session 1: Research

EU JORDAN S&T Cooperation: Jordan's participation in FP7

Germana Topolovec
Trade, Economic Affairs & Private Sector Development
Delegation of the European Union to Jordan

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  • Session 1: Research EU JORDAN S&T Cooperation : Jordan’s participation in FP7
    • Germana Topolovec
      • Trade, Economic Affairs & Private Sector Development
      • Delegation of the European Union to Jordan
  • EU-JO S&T agreement
    • Signed: 30 November 2009
    • Objectives:
    • To establish a framework for cooperation in scientific and technological research which would make it possible to extend and intensify cooperative efforts in the fields of common interest and to encourage the use of the results of this cooperation considering their mutual economic and social interests.
    • To encourage, develop and facilitate cooperative activities between the Community and Jordan in fields of common interest.
    • EU- Jordan S&T Cooperation Road Map 2011 under preparation
    • Principles leading the implementation of EU-Jordan cooperative activities:
    • Promotion of a knowledge based society to foster the social and economic development of both Parties;
    • Mutual benefit based on an overall balance of advantages;
    • Reciprocal access to the activities of research programmes and projects undertaken by each Party;
    • Timely exchange of information which may facilitate cooperative activities;
    • Appropriate exchange and protection of intellectual property rights;
    • Participation and funding in compliance with the relevant laws and regulations of the Parties.
    First S&T Committee Meeting: Amman, 23 November 2010
  • Expected main results:
    • Well identified common interests and topics for future cooperation
    • Regular implementation of the EU-JO S&T Road Map
    • Improved awareness of Jordanian Researchers on European RTD activities (mainly FP7)
    • Increased EU-JO cooperation on Science and Technology
    • Increased participation in the Research Framework Programme and, more in general, in the ERA
    • Improved synergies between Research and Innovation, and between EU RTD and ENP Research innovation policies and initiatives
  • Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development
    • FP7 is the European Union’s main instrument for funding research in Europe
    • Period covered : 2007 to 2013
    • Budget € 53.27 billion
    • New elements:
    • Duration increased from 5 to 7 years
    • Annual Budget increased significantly
    • New Structure : 4 Specific Programmes (plus Joint Research Center and EURATOM)
    • Integration of the international dimension into all four Specific Programmes
  • FP7 – Specific Programmes € 53.27 Billion JRC (non-nuclear) €1.751 B JRC (nuclear) €0. 517 B Euratom €2.234 B Cooperation – Collaborative research ca €32.365 B Ideas – Frontier Research ca € 7.460 B Capacities – Research Capacity ca € 4.217 B People – Human Potential ca €4.728 B
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  • MPCs Participation in FP7 (Cooperation + Capacities) Applicant Country Name Total Applicants Applicants in Main List Requested EC Contribution Algeria 148 28 1.872.800 Egypt 640 106 9.617.970 Jordan 168 34 2.594.101 Lebanon 147 16 1.578.169 Libya 27 2 95.658 Morocco 454 92 7.273.707 Palestine 55 10 814.440 Syria 82 11 1.650.518 Tunisia 388 70 7.430.748 TOTAL 2.109 369 32.928.111
  • CAPACITIES - Total applicants vs. themes Country Name Capacities International Capacities Infrastructures Research potential Capacities SIS Capacities SMEs Algeria 12 5 16   2 2 Egypt 18 14 48 18 6 Jordan 15 10 16 4  6 Lebanon 12 1 13 7   Libya 2 1 3     Morocco 19 5 40 12 6 Palestine 5 1 9   3   Syria 4 4 7 2  2 Tunisia 20 4 30 8 9 TOTAL 107 45 182 56 31
  • Jordan
  • Jordan compared to the other MPCs
  • COOPERATION - Total applicants vs. Themes Country Name   ENER ENV FAB Health ICT NMP SEC SSH SPA TPT TOTAL Algeria 8 44 20 14 4     13   4 107 Egypt 17 119 101 104 51 16 2 31 7 9 457 Jordan 10 34 22 4 16 5 4 9     104 Lebanon 1 13 22 7 23 4   36   2 108 Libya 1 9 4 4   1   2     21 Morocco 20 108 91 17 16 9 2 35 8 14 320 Palestine   8 7 2 4   3 11     35 Syria   16 25 6 5 1   3   1 60 Tunisia 8 83 90 35 17 6   20   6 265 TOTAL 65 434 382 193 136 42 11 160 15 36 1.477
  • Jordan
  • Jordan compared to the other MPCs
  • Main listed Applicants EC Contribution requested CAPACITIES 19 1.650.067 InCO 11 1.030.049 SMEs 1 16.300 Res. Infrastructure 4 232.477 Regional Potential 1 315.650 Science in Society 2 55.591 COOPERATION 10 944.034 ENERGY 2 128.170 SSH 2 154.200 ENV 2 172.260 FAB 1 174.900 ICT 2 136.104 NMP 1 178.400 PEOPLE 4 339.075
  • Jordan Main listed 2007-2010
  • Acronym Participant Legal Name Theme MIRA Higher Council for Science and Technology INCO INCONTACT HIGHER COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INCO LinkSCEEM Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East INFRA ONLY WATER International Organization for Migration SME EU-JordanNet Princess Sumaya University for Technology INCO EU-JordanNet Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation INCO EU-JordanNet The Higher Council for Science and Technology INCO EU-JordanNet ROYAL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY INCO RESSOL-MEDBUILD NATIONAL ENERGY RESEARCH CENTRE REGPOT
  • Acronym Participant Legal Name Theme INDICATE Department of Antiquities INFRA LinkSCEEM-2 JORDANIAN UNIVERSITIES NETWORK INFRA LinkSCEEM-2 SYNCHROTRON-LIGHT FOR EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST INFRA JEWEL Jordan University of Science and Technology INCO IJERA THE HIGHER COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HCST INCO IJERA ROYAL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY INCO MIRA2 THE HIGHER COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HCST INCO JoRIEW The Hashemite University INCO SHEMERA Women's Studies Center SiS SHEMERA ROYAL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY SiS
  • Acronym Participant Legal Name Theme SMooHS Department of Antiquities ENV MED-CSD National Energy Research Center ENERGY MEDAR Amman University ICT JAD-PbP Regional Centre on Conflict Prevention SSH JOIN-MED Royal Scientific Society ICT BioWALK4Biofuels Hashemite University, Faculty of Natural Resources and Environment ENERGY MediaAcT the Community Media Network SSH WASSERMed National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension ENV NATIOMEM Kawar Energy NMP ULIXES Yarmouk University KBBE
  • Acronym Participant Legal Name Theme EPIKH Jordanian Universities Network PEOPLE EMAP University of Jordan PEOPLE NARNIA The Hashemite University PEOPLE BIOMed Yarmouk Univesity PEOPLE
    • International Cooperation in WP07 to WP11 Overview of international instruments and specific opportunities for MPCs
  • International Activities in WPS 2007-2011 (SICA + Targeted Opening + Coordinated Call + Twinning)   WP07 WP08 WP09 WP10 WP11 Totals FAB 8 4 9 11 8 40 ENV 9 5 11 6 3 34 ICT 2 2 1 1 6 12 NMP 0 0 1 0 0 1 HEALTH 4 0 5 12 3 24 TPT 2 2 0 1 2 7 SSH+S 0 0 1 0 2 3 ENERGY 3 3 1 0 2 9 Euratom 0 0 0 0 0 0 SPACE 0 0 3 0 2 5 Totals 28 16 32 31 28 135   WP07 WP08 WP09     Totals WP 10 WP 11 HEALTH 2 14 11 18 15 60 FAB 29 20 33 19 28 129 ICT 10 5 15 1 26 57 NMP 7 11 6 2 4 30 ENERGY 12 9 8 8 5 42 ENV 22 15 27 17 18 99 TRANSPORT 11 10 0 13 12 46 SSH (+SIS) 7 7 2 5 7 28 SPACE 0 0 4 9 5 18 EURATOM 0 0 1 8 6 15 Totals 100 91 107 100 126 524
  • All international activities
    • MPCs
      WP2007 WP2008 WP2009 WP2010 WP2011 Totals SICA 27 34 40 47 44 192 Targeted opening 73 53 58 37 70 291 Coordinated Calls Topics 0 3 8 16 5 32 Twinning 0 1 1 0 4 6 Other Intern. Activities         3 3 Total 100 91 107 100 126 524   WP2007 WP2008 WP2009 WP2010 WP2011 Totals SICA 11 8 19 29 19 86 Targeted opening 17 8 13 2 9 49 Total 28 16 32 31 28 135
  • New opportunities in WP2011
    • Cross-thematic: ENV-FAB-ENERGY-TRANSPORT
    • OCEAN: Assessing and predicting the combined effects of natural and human-made pressures in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea in view of their better governance, ICPC, SICA, Mediterranean Partner Countries, Black Sea countries: Georgia, Ukraine and Russia (SICA)
    • OCEAN: Knowledge-base and tools for regional networks of MPAs, integrated management of activities together with assessment of wind energy potential in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, ICPC, SICA, Mediterranean Partner Countries and Black Sea countries: Georgia, Ukraine and Russia (SICA)
  • Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and Biotechnology
    • ERA-NET of Forest Research in the Mediterranean Region, ICPC, Mediterranean partner countries (SICA type eligibility)
    • KBBE.2011.2.5-02, Post-harvest losses for increased food security , ICPC, SICA
    • KBBE.2011.3.1-02, Perennial grasses: optimising biomass production, ICPC, SICA
    • Novel biotechnological approaches for transforming industrial and/or municipal biowaste into bioproducts , ICPC (SICA)
  • Health
    • ERA-NET on diabetes prevention and treatment. It should integrate as appropriate international projects, both EU funded and not, that address research on diabetes and its prevention and treatment.(International participation encouraged)
    • ERA-Net on disease-related neurosciences , research on the brain and related diseases, human development and ageing
  • Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies
    • CSAs
      • NMP.2011.1.3-3 Intelligent testing strategies for nanomaterials impact and exposure – towards regulation and clustering of materials
      • NMP.2011.1.3-4 European platform on Nano Outreach and Dialogue (NODE)
      • NMP.2011.2.3-3 Networking of materials laboratories and innovation actors in various industrial sectors for product or process innovation
      • NMP.2011.4.0-5 Support to Networks of Excellence with durable integrated structure
      • NMP.2011.4.0-8 NCP trans-national activities
    • ERA-NET on research on materials science and engineering, including international cooperation
    • ERA-NET on the Industrial Handling of Raw Materials for European Industries
    • ERA-NET on Industrial Safety
  • ICT
    • ICT Call 7
    • ICT EU-Brazil Coordinated call
    • FET (Future Immerging Technologies) Information and Communication Technologies, FET Open from 2010 – March 2013
    • SSH
    • Combining economic, social and environmental objectives in a European perspective: paths towards sustainable development
    • Major trends in society and their implications
    • Connections between rural areas and cities in sub-Saharan Africa
    • Europe and the world
    • ERA-NET Societal Trends and Lifestyle, Drug demand and supply reduction
    • ERANET Plus Cultural Interactions in an International Perspective
  • Energy
    • (ERA-NET) Supporting the coordination of national research activities of Member States and Associated States in the field of GEOTHERMAL energy
    • (ERA-NET) Supporting the coordination of national research activities of Member States and Associated States in the field of OCEAN energy
    • FP7-ENERGY-2011-2, Energy Call Part 2 , for more information go to the http://cordis.europa.eu
    • TRANSPORT
    • FP7-SST-CIVITAS-2011-MOVE, FP7- SUSTAINABLE SURFACE TRANSPORT (SST)-2011-MOVE-1
    • ERA-NET Call 2011
  • Marie Curie Programme
    • The EC supports IRSES through Work Programmes 2007
    • 2011, IRSES is open to ENP countries (all MPCs countries) and third countries
    • having an S&T Cooperation Agreement with the EU.
    • Opportunities available for MPCs researchers and/or Host organisations in:
    • -) Initial Training Networks (ITN), to improve career perspectives of early
    • stage researchers in both public & private sector via international
    • Network of participants
    • -) Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes (COFUND) to
    • support existing or new regional, national and international fellowship programmes
    • to increase trans-national mobility for training and career development of
    • Experienced researchers.
  • Capacities
    • Science in Society
    • SiS.2011.1.0-1 Mobilisation and Mutual Learning
    • (MML) Action Plans on societal challenges
    • Activities of International Cooperation
    • Reinforcing Cooperation with Europe's neighbours in the context of the ERA
    • Strengthening European research facilities in third countries - INCO-LAB
    • Strengthening joint European S&T centres in Third Countries - INCO-HOUSE
  • Website for FP7 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html
    • For additional information
      • Germana Topolovec
      • Trade Economic, Affairs and Private Sector Development Section
      • Delegation of the European Commission to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
      • Tel. (962-6) 4607000 ext. 142
      • Fax (962-6) 4607001
      • [email_address]