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Presentación de la Oficina de Proyectos Europeos de la Universidad de Murcia en la jornada CMN de Investigación en el Mediterráneo, celebrada el 26 de noviembre de 2012 en la UPCT.

Presentación de la Oficina de Proyectos Europeos de la Universidad de Murcia en la jornada CMN de Investigación en el Mediterráneo, celebrada el 26 de noviembre de 2012 en la UPCT.

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    • JORNADA MEDITERRANEAN KNOW-HOW CMN sobre INVESTIGACIÓN EN EL MEDITERRÁNEOEuropean Opportunities for Research and Innovation in the Euro-Mediterranean Region Cartagena, 26th November 2012
    • ¿Qué es Operum?Es la Oficina de ProyectosEuropeos e Internacionales de Vicerrectorado deInvestigación de la UMU Investigación e InternacionalizaciónFunción: informar y asesorar a losgrupos de investigación de la UMU enProyectos Europeos de I+D+I Área de Investigación y TT Difusión y Asesoramiento Gestión y Seguimiento OperumObjetivo: Aumentar el número depropuestas presentadas e incrementarlos retornos
    • Operum informa: http://www.um.es/operum/La media ha sido de 1.700 visitas mensuales, que se incrementa hasta 2.300 en periodos cercanosa cierre de convocatorias.Lista de distribución en la que actualmente se registran más de 300 subscritos.
    • Structure of the presentationI.  The State of play: • FP7 Seventh Framework Programme for R&D • ENPIII.  What can we expect in the future? • Horizon 2020 • ENI
    • FP7 is the European Union’s main instrument for fundingresearch in Europe between 2007 and 2013The Specific Programmes constitute the five major buildingblocks of FP7 Cooperation – Collaborative Research Ideas – Frontier Research People – Human Potential Capacities –Research Capacities Nuclear Research
    • Cooperation (32.413 M€) Energy (1.890)Health (6.100) Space (1.430) Secur (1.400) KBBE (1.935) Trans (4.160) ENV. (2.350) NMP (3.475) ICT (9.050) SSH (623) Capacities (4.097 M€) IDEAS (7.510) Research Infraestructures (1.715) European Reseach CouncilResearch for the benefit of SMEs (1.336) Investigación para Pymes(1.336) PEOPLE (4.750) Regions of knowledge (126) Marie Curie Actions Research Potencial (340) JRC (1.751) International Cooperation (180) Science in Society (330)
    • Who can participate in a FP7 project?  t least 3 different research groups from Member or Associated AStates EU-27 Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria , Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK Associated Countries (FP7) Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina , Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey  hird country partners are eligible, in addition to the minimum Trequirements. International Co-operation Partner Countries (ICPC)may receive funding
    • ICPCs: International Cooperation Partner Countries
    • Who is eligible for funding? EU-27 Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria , Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta,Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK Associated Countries (FP7)Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina , Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey ICPCs International Cooperation Partner Countries Other countries but with NO FUNDING from the EU
    • Open and Envisaged calls in FP7
    • Open and Envisaged calls in FP7
    • Capacities INCO. International CooperationINCO call published from 2007 to 2012: 14Related to Mediterranean Partner Countries: 9At the moment, Open INCO calls: 5Directed to Mediterranean Partner countries: 2• FP7-INCO-2013-2, BILAT Bilateral coordination for the enhancementand development of S&T Partnerships.Med Partner Countries: Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia• FP7-INCO-2013-9,R2I-ENP Reinforcing cooperation with EuropeanNeighbourhood Policy countries on bridging the gap between researchand innovationMed Partner Countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco,Palestinian-administered Areas, Syria, Tunisia, Deadline: 18/12/2012
    • FP7-INCO-2011-6 ERA-WIDE: Reinforcing cooperation with Europe’s neighbours inthe context of ERATitle: The National Centre for Research and Development (NCRD) as a Centre ofExcellence for EU-Jordan S&T Cooperation: Towards Jordans Integration into ERAStart date: 01/08/2012 Duration: 24 months.Project Funding: aprox. 500.000€Objective: To contribute to the effective integration of Jordan into ERA, through building the National Centre for Research and Development (NCRD) organisational, strategic and humancapacities to actively participate in European S&T partnerships and execute large-scale projects in the key area of Renewable Energy, with a view to creating a centre of excellence withinJordan and actively promoting further dissemination and replication in the region.Partners:National Energy Research Centre –NERC Jordan. CoordinatorThe University of Alicante - UAThe University of Murcia- UMUniversity of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna - UASTV
    • The multilateral cross-border cooperation "Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme"is part of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and of its financinginstrument (European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument - ENPI)for the 2007-2013 periodMAIN AIM: Reinforcing cooperation between the European Union (EU)and partner countries regions placed along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.Participants: 14 countries, which represent 76 territories and 110 million people
    • Eligible Regions Adjoining Regions
    • 1. Spain: Andalucia, Catalunia, Comunidad Valenciana, Murcia, Ilas Baleares, Ceuta, Melilla2. Portugal: Algarve3. France: Corse, Languedoc-Roussillon, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur4. Italy: Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Lazio, Liguria, Puglia, Sardegna, Sicilia, Toscana5. Malta: the entire territory6. Greece: Anatoliki Makedonia – Thranki, Kentriki Makedonia, Thessalia, Ipeiros, Ionia Nisia, Dytiki Ellada, Sterea Ellada, Peloponnisos, Attiki, Voreio Aigaio, Kitti, Notio Aigaio7. Cyprus: the entire territory8. Tunisia: Médenine, Gabès, Sfax, Mahdia, Monastir, Sousse, Nabeul, Ben Arous, Tunis, Ariana, Bizerte, Béja, Jendouba9. Egypt: Marsa Matruh, Al Iskandanyah, Al Buhayrah, Kafr ash Shaykh, Ad Daqahliyah, Dumyat, Ash Sharquiyah, Al Isma’illyah, Bur Sai’id, Shanal Sina’10. Israel: the entire territory11. Lebanon: the entire territory12. Syria: Latakia, Tartous13. Jordan: Irbid, Al-Balga, Madaba, Al-Karak, Al- Trafila, Al-Aqaba14. Palestinian Authority: the entire territory ADJOINING REGIONS: the participation of actors coming from Regions adjoining to the eligible territories is envisaged, within the limit of 20% of the project budget. These actors can not play in any case the role of Lead Partner.
    • The strategic framework: priorities and measures
    • Call for Proposals ENPI CBC MedENPI Calls Proposal Submitted by UM Status 4 Closed 6 Closed UnderCall 2012 4 evaluation
    • What can I do at this time?Be ready for Horizon 2020 (2014-2020) Be ready for ENI (2014-2020)
    • Barcelona, 2-3 April 2012Strengthening Innovation in the Mediterranean Region• Make Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation a top innovation policy priority within the2020 Horizon• Make knowledge-based economic development in the Euro-Med a subsequenttop priority• Job creation through innovation and entrepreneurshipCoordination of Research and Innovation Programmes and FundingInstruments• Optimizing the use of programmes and funding instruments covering theResearch and Innovation Chain• Coordination and synergies of bilateral programmes• Toward a regional programme for Research and Innovation Definition of themedium and long term Agenda of Euro/Mediterranean Partnership in Research andInnovation
    • the EU framework programme for research and innovation
    • What is Horizon 2020?Commission proposal for a 80 billion euro research and innovationfunding programme 2014-2020A single programme bringing together mainly two separateprogrammes/initiatives:The 7th research Framework Programme (FP7), innovation aspects ofCompetitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP)More innovation, from research to retail, all forms of innovationFocus on societal challenges facing EU society, e.g. health, clean energyand transport Simplified access, for all companies, universities, institutes in all EUcountries and beyond.
    • Three priorities of Horizon 2020:   I. Excellent science: ERC and Marie Curie Actions II. Industrial leadership: Innovation in SMEs III. Societal challenges: Health, Food, Energy, Transport, Climate actions
    • Who will be eligible for funding? EU-27 Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria , Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta,Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK Associated Countries (FP7)Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina , Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey ICPCs International Cooperation Partner Countries Other countries but with NO FUNDING from the EU
    • Barcelona, 2-3 April 2012Strengthening Innovation in the Mediterranean Region• Make Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation a top innovation policy priority within the2020 Horizon• Make knowledge-based economic development in the Euro-Med a subsequenttop priority• Job creation through innovation and entrepreneurshipCoordination of Research and Innovation Programmes and FundingInstruments• Optimizing the use of programmes and funding instruments covering theResearch and Innovation Chain• Coordination and synergies of bilateral programmes• Toward a regional programme for Research and Innovation Definition of themedium and long term Agenda of Euro/Mediterranean Partnership in Research andInnovation
    • ENI- European Neighbourhood Instrument- CBC MedWhat can we expect from ENI CBC Med?Period: 2014-2020Priorities similar to ENPI CBC MedNew eligibles territories: Libya and Morocco
    • LinksOperum http://www.um.es/operum/Oficina Europea MINECO http://www.oficinaeuropea.es/Cordis http://cordis.europa.eu/home_es.htmlHorizon 2020 http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfmEuro-Mediterranean Conference http://ec.europa.eu/research/conferences/2012/euro-mediterranean/index_en.cfm
    • Más Información...Edificio Rector Soler 1ª planta operum@um.es www.um.es/operum Tel. 968 36 42 91