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  • 1. EU projects as a means to strengtheninternational cooperation and mobility Dr. Hans-Jörg Isemer International Projects Department GKSS Research Centre Geesthacht H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 2. A long-term strategic element at GKSS Why EU / international projects?- Solving societal issues via R&D at EU level- Contribute and shape the European Research Area (ERA)- proof of innovation quality via international competition- strengthen our innovation capacity- new innovation partners, both R&D and industry- additional co-financing H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 3. GKSS statistics EU Framework Programmes for Research FP5-FP7 (2000-2010) statistics 350 proposals (65 coordinated) 120 projects (27 coordinated) GKSS 2010: 27 projects (7 in negotiation) (6 coordinated)www.gkss.deeuprojects H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 4. EU project partner of GKSS in FP5/FP6 H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 5. The „Science Link“ contextInternational challenges include:- Get young scientists involved to access large infrastructure- Connect to industry including SME H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 6. FP7: Specific Programmes 4 „Activities“ (Specific Programmes):I. Transnational Cooperation Cooperation (Collaborative Projects and Actions)II. Frontier Research Ideas („European Research Council“, Frontier research)III. Human Potential People (Mobility, Marie Curie Actions)IV. Research Capacity Capacities (Infrastructures, SME,...) H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 7. The „Science Link“ contextInternational challenges include:- Get young scientists involved to access large infrastructure- Connect to industry including SMERelevant funding instruments at EU level include:FP7: Initial Training Networks (ITN)FP7: Integrated Infrastructure Initiatives (I3)FP7: Research for SMEOther relevant programmes such as INTERREG IV H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 8. 1. Initial Training NetworksFP7: Initial Training Network (ITN)FP6: Research Training Network (RTN)A Marie-Curie funding instrument: FP7-People programmeTraining and/through Research, bottom up approachA research program conducted by supervised PhDs (ESR)International network of Organisations (may include industry)International mobility required3 to 5 years duration, 100% funding under Marie-Curie scheme H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 9. RTN exampleComplex Solid State Reactions forEnergy Efficient Hydrogen Storage (COSY)2006 – 2010 Coordination GKSS; Dr. Klaus Taube 13 Universities and Research Institutions in 9 countries 11 ESR / 5 ER positions 6 Companies in Industrial Advisory Board Total funding 2.5 Mio.€ www.cosy-net.eu H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 10. 2. Integrated Infrastructure Initiative (I3) Three major elements - Integrating and networking R&D - Enabble Access to major R&D infrastructure - Joint Research Activities (JRA)Major funding instrument in the FP7-Capacities programme5 years, 10-20 Mill € co-fundingBuilt around a thematic area where large infrastructureappears fragmented at EU levelMixed top-down / bottom-up approach H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 11. I3 example (1)Integrated Infrastructure Initiativefor Neutron Scattering and Muon Spectroscopy (NMI3)Coordination: Institut Max von Laue - Paul Langevin (FR)2009-2013, EU funding: 10 Mill €21 consortium members in 13 countries10 large-scale infrastructures www.neutron-eu.net H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 12. I3 example (2)Integrated Infrastructure Initiativefor Coastal Observatories (JERICO)Coordination: IFREMER (FR)(in negotiation) 2011-2014, EU funding: 10 Mill €26 consortium members in 18 countries20 large-scale infrastructures H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 13. 3. Research for SMEFunding instrument in the FP7-Capacities programmeA consortium of SME and „R&D providers“ improve theinnovation capacities of SME100% funding for R&D providers possible (IPR issues!)3 years, typically 1-3 Mill € co-fundingbottom-up approachFP5/FP6 projects at GKSS: Welding technologies SME = Small to medium sized enterprises H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 14. INTERREG IV (2007-2013) No R&D programme but includes Innovation aspects: A „niche“ for R&D organisations Regional and structural funds at EU level 6% Regional programmes including: 17 % - North Sea Region Programme - Baltic Sea Region ProgrammeNorthern Germany and Southern Sweden are eligiblefor funding in both programmesClean North Sea Shipping (CNSS) projectwith GKSS participation approved for funding in 2010 H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de
  • 15. EU projects as a means to strengtheninternational cooperation and mobility Dr. Hans-Jörg Isemer International Projects Department GKSS Thank you ! H.-J. Isemer, GKSS/SE, isemer@gkss.de

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