EU Research Excellence and Capacity for
Horizon 2020 Topic SCC-02-2016-2017
Innovative nature-based solutions for cities
Overview of Topic SCC-02-2016-2017
Innovative nature-based solutions for cities
Via large-scale demonstration, projects sh...
Methodology of the study (SSS 1.1)
 Stage 1: Mapping of research projects: The CORDIS database was searched
using pre-sel...
Research Institutes involved in most projects
relevant to Topic SCC-02-2016-2017
 STICHTING DELTARES, The Netherlands
 L...
Networks and Infrastructures in the area of
SC5-08-2017
 Wastewater Supply and Sanitation Technology Platform
 Managing ...
Who should participate in this call
 Environmental Science/Engineering – to address ecology, civil engineering, hydrology...
For further information:
 Come and visit our stand
 Get a copy of the study report
 Check the H2020 portal:
https://ec....
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EU Research Excellence and Capacity for Horizon 2020 Topics SCC-02-2016-2017 – Xavier Dubuisson

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Flash presentation given by Xavier Dubuisson, XD Sustainable Energy Consulting Ltd, at the 2015 Horizon 2020 SC5 Information Day, 21/10/2015, Herbert Park Hotel, Dublin

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EU Research Excellence and Capacity for Horizon 2020 Topics SCC-02-2016-2017 – Xavier Dubuisson

  1. 1. EU Research Excellence and Capacity for Horizon 2020 Topic SCC-02-2016-2017 Innovative nature-based solutions for cities
  2. 2. Overview of Topic SCC-02-2016-2017 Innovative nature-based solutions for cities Via large-scale demonstration, projects should aim to:  Develop, demonstrate and deploy innovative nature-based solutions for cities  Co-designed, co-developed and co-implemented in a trans-disciplinary, multi- stakeholder and participatory context  Embedded in an integrated urban and land use planning  Assess potential regulatory, economic, social and technical barriers  Set up a robust monitoring scheme establish sustainable data platforms  Develop methodologies for replication and up-scaling in different contexts, combining front-runner cities and follower cities  Deadline: 08-03-2016 2nd stage Deadline: 06-09-2016  Budget: 40 million euro
  3. 3. Methodology of the study (SSS 1.1)  Stage 1: Mapping of research projects: The CORDIS database was searched using pre-selected keywords across the full suite of FP7 (and FP6) and Horizon 2020 programmes and relevant projects identified  Stage 2: Mapping of key Institutes to receive water research funding: The research projects from Stage 1 were comprehensively searched to discern whether there was evidence of research institutes involved in multiple research projects. The top performing institutes involved in multiple projects were identified.  Stage 3: Analysis of “networking” groups: A range of EU networking groups in the water research area were analysed as part of Stage 3 . Participants in networks which were also “top performing institutes” from Stage 2 were identified.
  4. 4. Research Institutes involved in most projects relevant to Topic SCC-02-2016-2017  STICHTING DELTARES, The Netherlands  LABORATORIO NACIONAL DE ENGENHARIA CIVIL, Portugal  IWW RHEINISCH WESTFALISCHES INSTITUT FUR WASSERFORSCHUNG GEMEINNUTZIGE, Germany  HR WALLINGFORD LIMITED, United Kingdom  KWR WATER B.V., The Netherlands  THE UNIVERSITY OF EXETER, United Kingdom  HELMHOLTZ-ZENTRUM FUER UMWELTFORSCHUNG GMBH – UFZ, Germany  MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY HIGHER EDUCATION CORPORATION, United Kingdom  STIFTELSEN SINTEF, Norway  UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA, Spain  WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY, The Netherlands  KØBENHAVNS UNIVERSITET, Denmark
  5. 5. Networks and Infrastructures in the area of SC5-08-2017  Wastewater Supply and Sanitation Technology Platform  Managing Hydroclimatic Extreme Events  Green Infrastructure  Ecosystem Services  European Innovation Platform on Water  NatureWAT - Nature-based technologies for innovation in water management (AG 228)  ESE - Ecosystem Services for Europe (AG052)  EXPEER - Distributed Infrastructure for EXPErimentation in Ecosystem Research
  6. 6. Who should participate in this call  Environmental Science/Engineering – to address ecology, civil engineering, hydrology and soil science issues, etc.  Business Studies – to implement and test new business models  Social Sciences and Humanities - to facilitate participatory, community-based approaches  Political Sciences, Economics, and Governance – to address the relevant legal, societal and market challenges  Local, city and regional authorities, local communities and community groups - as „leading‟ and follower cities  Industry partners/SMEs from relevant sectors – engineering and implementation, ICT and communication strategies.
  7. 7. For further information:  Come and visit our stand  Get a copy of the study report  Check the H2020 portal: https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal4/desktop/en/home.html  Check the EPA website: www.epa.ie  Your national contact point: A.Wemaere@epa.ie This study has been conducted on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency by

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