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FP7UK
Horizon 2020 Introduction
Peter Walters
FP7UK National Contact Point Team
European Union
• Bound together by “The Treaty”
• Creates a budget to be spent on things which
are ‘good for Europe’
• Res...
The 7th Research Framework
Strengthen the scientific and technological base
of European industry;
Encourage Europe’s inter...
FP7 ICT Areas of Research 2011-2013
Socio-economic goals
6. ICT for
a low
carbon
economy

Green Car

Technology roadblocks...
Competitiveness & Innovation
Programme
2007 to 2013 - overall budget 3.6 B€

Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Programme (EI...
Co-operation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Doing something you want to do
Access to missing skills
Achieving new things
Obtaining a dif...
Collaboration
At least
3 Independent Partners
from 3 different countries

NB For some support measures a single participan...
Collaboration
Not Limited to European
States
Collaboration – Why do it?
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Extends field of Impact & Influence
Expands context for R&D activity – better ov...
Results

(FP7 ICT Call 1)

Failure:
Ineligible
Low Quality
Low Budget
Success:
Retained for negotiation

Retained
317
Belo...
Winning
Understand the Workprogramme
Understand The Commission
Go to Commission events
Get into dialog with Commission Off...
The 7th Research Framework
Strengthen the scientific and technological base
of European industry;

• Poor industrial impac...
The future

“As in a glass darkly”
What is new?
• A single programme (FP7 + CIP + EIT)
• Strong focus on societal challenges (game changing for ICT…)
• More ...
Innovation
• Activities directly aiming at producing plans
and arrangements for new, altered or
improved products, process...
Research & Innovation
• Activities aiming to establish new knowledge
and/or to explore the feasibility of a new or
improve...
H2020: What’s Important?

Industrial
Societal
Excellent
Challenges
leadership
Science
Generation of H2020
Commission
European
Parliament

Council

Horizon 2020 Legislation

Commission Communication
The three
...
Main elements of H2020 compromise
A simple funding model:
• 100% Direct Costs + 25%.........

Faster time to grant, Less a...
What sort of projects?
• Collaborative Projects:
–
–
–
–
–

CP 100% / 70% LARGE / SMALL
Public Private Partnerships,
Joint...
SME instrument in
Horizon 2020

21
SME support: integrated
approach
'Innovation
in SMEs'

Eurostars II

Enhancing Innovation Capacity
Market-driven Innovatio...
SME instrument
IDEA

business coaching throughout the project

?

Demonstration
Market Replication
Research
Development

C...
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Horizon 2020 Introduction, Peter Walters, FP7UK National Contact Point Team

  1. 1. http://www.ictic.org/h/v/bf.pdf FP7UK Horizon 2020 Introduction Peter Walters FP7UK National Contact Point Team
  2. 2. European Union • Bound together by “The Treaty” • Creates a budget to be spent on things which are ‘good for Europe’ • Research Framework: Strengthen the scientific & technological base of European industry and encourage Europe’s International competitiveness • Funding for member and associated states and sometimes beyond http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2010:083:0047:0200:en:PDF
  3. 3. The 7th Research Framework Strengthen the scientific and technological base of European industry; Encourage Europe’s international competitiveness, while promoting research that supports EU policies. Some Numbers (6 years) Theme Health ICT All Grant M€ UK All 670 4,000 734 6,302 5,205 34,160 Participations UK All 1,419 9,554 1,899 17,929 13,451 130,889
  4. 4. FP7 ICT Areas of Research 2011-2013 Socio-economic goals 6. ICT for a low carbon economy Green Car Technology roadblocks Energy 7. ICT for the Enterprise and Manufacturing Factory of the Future 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network Efficient Buildings and Service Infrastructures 8. ICT for Learning and Access to Cultural Resources Future Internet 2 Cognitive Systems and Robotics 3 Alternative Paths to Components and Systems 4 Technologies for Digital Content and Languages ARTEMIS ENIAC Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Public Private Partnerships 5. ICT for Health, Ageing Well, Inclusion and Governance
  5. 5. Competitiveness & Innovation Programme 2007 to 2013 - overall budget 3.6 B€ Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (EIP) Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP) Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE)
  6. 6. Co-operation • • • • • • • • Doing something you want to do Access to missing skills Achieving new things Obtaining a different viewpoint Sharing development costs Building broader networks Learning about others To underpin a product that you can sell And getting some money to help you do it
  7. 7. Collaboration At least 3 Independent Partners from 3 different countries NB For some support measures a single participant is sufficient
  8. 8. Collaboration Not Limited to European States
  9. 9. Collaboration – Why do it? • • • • • • • Extends field of Impact & Influence Expands context for R&D activity – better overall knowledge Benefit from others’ efforts in same direction -> Leverage Raises profile Staff retention – more interesting and varied work context Fosters links into other parts of supply chain at technical level Business development opportunities Helen Finch: Infineon Technologies UK. Ltd
  10. 10. Results (FP7 ICT Call 1) Failure: Ineligible Low Quality Low Budget Success: Retained for negotiation Retained 317 Below Thresholds 1012 Eligible Low For Budget Funding 884
  11. 11. Winning Understand the Workprogramme Understand The Commission Go to Commission events Get into dialog with Commission Officers Talk to your NCP Start Early Become an evaluator EFFORT, DEDICATION, COMMITMENT
  12. 12. The 7th Research Framework Strengthen the scientific and technological base of European industry; • Poor industrial impact • Long time to Grant Encourage Europe’s international competitiveness, • SME Hostile while promoting research that supports EU • Bureaucratic policies. Some Numbers: Total Budget 52 B€ ICT Budget 9.2 B€ 1900 UK Participations Grant ~ 750 M € Duration 7 Years 2007 - 2013
  13. 13. The future “As in a glass darkly”
  14. 14. What is new? • A single programme (FP7 + CIP + EIT) • Strong focus on societal challenges (game changing for ICT…) • More innovation • • • • • Reaching out to non-traditional actors More risk taking Strengthened support for high-tech SMEs More open, light & fast schemes Budget 79 B € (at current prices)
  15. 15. Innovation • Activities directly aiming at producing plans and arrangements for new, altered or improved products, processes or services • May include: Protyping, Testing, Demonstrating, Piloting, Large-scale product validation and Market replication
  16. 16. Research & Innovation • Activities aiming to establish new knowledge and/or to explore the feasibility of a new or improved technology, product, process, service or solution. • May include: basic and applied research, technology development and integration, testing and validation on a small-scale prototype in a laboratory or simulated environment
  17. 17. H2020: What’s Important? Industrial Societal Excellent Challenges leadership Science
  18. 18. Generation of H2020 Commission European Parliament Council Horizon 2020 Legislation Commission Communication The three documents Establishing Regulation Rules for the participation and dissemination Member State oversight The proposal Specific programme Independent expert input Advisory Groups & Stakeholder Groups On 25 June 2013, political agreement Programme Committees was reached Multi-annual Work Programmes (with indicative budget) http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm?pg=h2020-documents 18
  19. 19. Main elements of H2020 compromise A simple funding model: • 100% Direct Costs + 25%......... Faster time to grant, Less audits • Time-to-grant of 8 months ("5 + 3 months”) Dedication of budgets to key topics • SME Research & Innovation, Energy and FET Fast Track to Innovation Pilot: • A Fast Track to Innovation pilot is to be launched in 2015 : Derogations from the Rules of Participation for JTIs Revenues and repayments of the financial instruments 19
  20. 20. What sort of projects? • Collaborative Projects: – – – – – CP 100% / 70% LARGE / SMALL Public Private Partnerships, Joint Technology Initiatives IMI > IMI 2, ENIAC + ARTEMIS > ECSEL MS Collaborative ERANET, FET Flagships Pilots A?, B • Coordination & Support aka CSA,….. • Market stimulation Think SBRI – Pre Commercial Procurement – Public Procurement of Innovation • ETC: – Prizes, IP, International Cooperation, Financial Support, FET Proactive, … • Continuous submission: – FET(open), Fast Innovation(2015 ----), SME https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/sites/digital-agenda/files/WP_participants.ppt
  21. 21. SME instrument in Horizon 2020 21
  22. 22. SME support: integrated approach 'Innovation in SMEs' Eurostars II Enhancing Innovation Capacity Market-driven Innovation Access to Risk Finance 20 % budgetary target in Industrial & Social Collaborative projects SME instrument 22
  23. 23. SME instrument IDEA business coaching throughout the project ? Demonstration Market Replication Research Development Concept & Feasibility Assessment 10 Page proposal 50 k€ Grant 10% success rate Delivers Business plan etc From Business plan etc 1 – 5 M€ Grant 50% success rate MARKET Procurement Commercialisation SME window EU financial facilities No Direct Financial support Mentoring etc by Support Projects Gotchas: Money to SMEs Only Strict limit on no of applications by given company 23
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