Horizon 2020
Priorités thématiques et dimension
internationale
Aurélie Pancera, Expert PASRI
The Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020
• 1. Smart & inclusive growth (€491bn)
• 2. Sustainable growth, natural reso...
What is Horizon 2020
– Commission proposal for a 80 billion euro research
and innovation funding programme (2014-2020)
– A...
Three priorities
1. Excellent science
2. Industrial leadership
3. Societal challenges
Priority 1. Excellent science
• Why:
– World class science is the foundation of tomorrow’s
technologies, jobs and wellbein...
• Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-2020)
European Research Council
Frontier research by the best individual teams
13 2...
Priority 2. Industrial leadership
• Why:
– Strategic investments in key technologies (e.g. advanced
manufacturing, micro-e...
Leadership in enabling and
industrial technologies (ICT,
nanotechnologies, materials,
biotechnology, manufacturing, space)...
Priority 3. Societal challenges
• Why:
– Concerns of citizens and society/EU policy objectives
(climate, environment, ener...
• Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-2020)
Health, demographic change and wellbeing 8 033
Food security, sustainable agr...
Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
Ideas
Cooperation
• Health
• Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology
• Inform...
Horizon 2020 – Objectives and structure
Creating Industrial Leadership and
Competitive Frameworks
 Leadership in enabling...
Horizon 2020 and partnering
• Public private partnerships:
– Trough Joint Technology Initiatives or other formal structure...
International cooperation
– International cooperation is crucial to address many
Horizon 2020 objectives.
– Principle of g...
New strategy for international cooperation in research and
innovation
Need to engage more actively and strategically in in...
Key novelties
• General opening of Horizon 2020, but with more restricted approach to automatic funding
• Targeted activit...
Dual approach
• Openness:
– Horizon 2020 open to participation from across the world
– Restricted list of countries whose ...
Evaluation criteria applicable to the Collaborative project proposals
submitted under FP7
S/T QUALITY
“Scientific and/or
t...
¿Qui peut participer dans H2020?
• N’importe quelle entité juridique établie dans un pays:Cualquier entidad
jurídica estab...
¿Quelles caractéristiques devront avoir les
projets financés par Horizon 2020?
Projets de recherche, développement et inno...
¿Quels projets ne se financent pas via Horizon
2020?
De manière générale:
• Ceux qui ne répondent pas aux activités de RDI...
¿Quels avantages à participer dans
Horizon 2020?
• Augmenter sa compétitivité.
• Collaboration avec des entités d’autres p...
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Présentation du programme cadre H2020, par Aurélie Pancera, Expert PASRI, durant la journée de présentation du H2020, lors de la journée sur le programme H2020 organisée à l'Institut Pasteur de Tunis, le 20 septembre 2013

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  1. 1. Horizon 2020 Priorités thématiques et dimension internationale Aurélie Pancera, Expert PASRI
  2. 2. The Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 • 1. Smart & inclusive growth (€491bn) • 2. Sustainable growth, natural resources (€383bn) • 3. Security and citizenship (€18.5bn) • 4. Global Europe (€70bn) • 5. Administration (€62.6bn) Total: € 1,025bn Education, Youth, Sport Connecting Europe Cohesion Competitive Business SMEs Horizon 2020 Key challenge: stabilise the financial and economic system while taking measures to create economic opportunities
  3. 3. What is Horizon 2020 – Commission proposal for a 80 billion euro research and innovation funding programme (2014-2020) – A core part of Europe 2020, Innovation Union & European Research Area: • - Responding to the economic crisis to invest in future jobs and growth • - Addressing people’s concerns about their livelihoods, safety and environment • - Strengthening the EU’s global position in research, innovation and technology
  4. 4. Three priorities 1. Excellent science 2. Industrial leadership 3. Societal challenges
  5. 5. Priority 1. Excellent science • Why: – World class science is the foundation of tomorrow’s technologies, jobs and wellbeing – Europe needs to develop, attract and retain research talent – Researchers need access to the best infrastructures
  6. 6. • Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-2020) European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams 13 268 Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation 3 100 Marie Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development 5 572 Research infrastructures (including e- infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities 2 478
  7. 7. Priority 2. Industrial leadership • Why: – Strategic investments in key technologies (e.g. advanced manufacturing, micro-electronics) underpin innovation across existing and emerging sectors – Europe needs to attract more private investment in research and innovation – Europe needs more innovative SMEs to create growth and jobs
  8. 8. Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space) 13 781 Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation 3 538 Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs 619 complemented by 6 829 (expected 15% of societal challenges + LEIT) and 'Access to risk finance' with strong SME focus Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-20)
  9. 9. Priority 3. Societal challenges • Why: – Concerns of citizens and society/EU policy objectives (climate, environment, energy, transport etc) cannot be achieved without innovation – Breakthrough solutions come from multi-disciplinary collaborations, including social sciences & humanities – Promising solutions need to be tested, demonstrated and scaled up
  10. 10. • Proposed funding (million euro, 2014-2020) Health, demographic change and wellbeing 8 033 Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy 4 152 Secure, clean and efficient energy* 5 782 Smart, green and integrated transport 6 802 Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials 3 160 Inclusive, innovative and secure societies 3 819 • *Additional €1 788m for nuclear safety and security from the Euratom Treaty activities (2014-2018). Does not include ITER.
  11. 11. Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) Ideas Cooperation • Health • Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) • Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New Production Technologies (NMP) • Energy • Environment (including Climate Change) • Transport (including Aeronautics) • Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities • Space • Security • Research Infrastructures • Research for the benefit of SMEs • Regions of Knowledge • Research Potential • Science in Society • Support for the Coherent development of Research policies • International Cooperation € 32413 € 4750 € 7510 € 4097 € 1751 € million
  12. 12. Horizon 2020 – Objectives and structure Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks  Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies  Access to risk finance  Innovation in SMEs Excellence in the Science Base  Frontier research (ERC)  Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)  Skills and career development (Marie Curie)  Research infrastructures Shared objectives and principles Common rules, toolkit of funding schemes Europe 2020 priorities European Research Area Simplified access International cooperation Dissemination & knowledge tranfer Tackling Societal Challenges  Health, demographic change and wellbeing  Food security and the bio-based economy  Secure, clean and efficient energy  Smart, green and integrated transport  Supply of raw materials  Resource efficiency and climate action  Inclusive, innovative and secure societies EIT contribute to addressing these challenges
  13. 13. Horizon 2020 and partnering • Public private partnerships: – Trough Joint Technology Initiatives or other formal structures (Art. 187) – Trough contractual agreements, which provide inputs for work programmes – Only when criteria met, e.g. clear commitments from private partners • Public public partnerships: – Trough « ERA-Nets » for topping up individual calls/actions (replacing current ERA-Net, ERA-Net Plus, Inco-Net, Inno-net) – Trough participation in joint programmes between EU Member States –can include other countries (Art. 185) – Supporting agendas of Joint Programming Initiatives when in line with Horizon 2020 – Only when criteria met, e.g. financial commitments of participating countries • European Innovation Partnerships: – Not funding instruments, but for coordination with broader policies and programmes
  14. 14. International cooperation – International cooperation is crucial to address many Horizon 2020 objectives. – Principle of general openness: the programme will remain to be the most open funding programme in the world. – Horizon 2020 shall be open to the association of: acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates and selected third countries that fulfil the relevant criteria (capacity, track record, close economic and geographical links to the Union, etc.). – Targeted actions to be implemented taking a strategic approach to international cooperation (dedicated measures in the 'Inclusive, innovative and secure societies' challenge).
  15. 15. New strategy for international cooperation in research and innovation Need to engage more actively and strategically in international cooperation: • Three main objectives: – Strengthen the Union's excellence and attractiveness in research and innovation as well as its industrial and economic competitiveness – Tackle global societal challenges – Support the Union's external policies • Combining openness with better targeted actions • Strengthened partnership with Member States • Stronger contribution of research and innovation to external policies of the Union
  16. 16. Key novelties • General opening of Horizon 2020, but with more restricted approach to automatic funding • Targeted activities with scale and scope to achieve impact • Multi-annual roadmaps for key partner countries/regions • Stronger partnership with Member States • Common principles for conduct of international cooperation • Stronger role for Union in international organisations and multilateral fora • Strengthen implementation, governance, monitoring and evaluation
  17. 17. Dual approach • Openness: – Horizon 2020 open to participation from across the world – Restricted list of countries whose entities are eligible for automatic funding from Union budget • Targeted actions: 1. Identifying areas for international cooperation on the basis of the Union's policy agenda 2. Flexible differentiation by countries/regions to provide further focus  multi-annual roadmaps for cooperation with key partners
  18. 18. Evaluation criteria applicable to the Collaborative project proposals submitted under FP7 S/T QUALITY “Scientific and/or technological excellence (relevant to the topics addressed by the call)” Threshold: 3/5 IMPLEMENTATION “Quality and efficiency of the implementation and the management” Threshold: 3/5 IMPACT “Potential impact through the development, dissemination and use of project results” Threshold: 3/5  Soundness of concept, and quality of objectives  Progress beyond the state- of the-art  Quality and effectiveness of the S/T methodology and associated work plan Global threshold: 10/15  Appropriateness of the management structure and procedures  Quality and relevant experience of the individual participants  Quality of the consortium as a whole (including complementarity, balance)  Appropriateness of the allocation and justification of the resources to be committed (budget, staff, equipment)  Contribution, at the European [and/or international] level, to the expected impacts listed in the work programme under the relevant topic/activity  Appropriateness of measures for the dissemination and/or exploitation of project results, and management of intellectual property.
  19. 19. ¿Qui peut participer dans H2020? • N’importe quelle entité juridique établie dans un pays:Cualquier entidad jurídica establecida en cualquier país, tales como: – universités et groupes de recherche, – Centres de recherche publiques et privés, – Grandes entreprises et PMEs, – Asociations ou groupements d’entreprises, particulièrement les PMEs, – Hôpitaux; – Administration Publique, etc., • A condition qu’elle soit disposée à: – Engager le temps et les ressources nécessaires pour le développement correct du projet. – Assumer (et partager) les risques avec les autres partenaires du projet, dérivés de la mise en œuvre de celui-ci. – Travailler en réseau pour partager les connaissances au sein d’un consortium international. – Accepter que la langue de travail soit l’anglais.
  20. 20. ¿Quelles caractéristiques devront avoir les projets financés par Horizon 2020? Projets de recherche, développement et innovation (démonstration) en relation avec une technologie, un produit, un processus ou un service déterminé... – ….qui répondent aux exigences mentionnées dans le programme de travail de l’appel – ... qui apportent una valeur ajoutée au niveau international, en répondant à un besoin de solutions ou amélioration existant; – … qui respectent les principes éthiques fondamentaux, entre lesquels ceux qui se trouvet dans la Charte des Droits Fondamentaux de l’Union Européenne... – ... qui comptent sur la participation d’au moins 3 entités indépendantes de 3 Etats membres ou Etats associés (à moins que l’appell spécifie d’autres critères). Dans la pratique, les consortium sont constitués d’un nombre plus élevé de partenaires. – ... Avec un budget global pouvant varier entre un demi million et plusieurs millions d’euros – ... Avec une durée pouvant varier entre 2 et 5 ans.
  21. 21. ¿Quels projets ne se financent pas via Horizon 2020? De manière générale: • Ceux qui ne répondent pas aux activités de RDI ou autres activités mentionnées dans les programmes de travail. • Ceux qui n’ont qu’un caractère local ou national et où la dimension européenne ou internationale ne se justifie pas. • Ceux qui ne représentent pas une innovation réelle par rapport aux avancées déjà existentes au niveau européen et/ou international. • Ceux avec une dimension budgétaire et temporelle très réduite (inférieure à un demi million et 1 an).
  22. 22. ¿Quels avantages à participer dans Horizon 2020? • Augmenter sa compétitivité. • Collaboration avec des entités d’autres pays et réseaux internationaux. • Internationalisation de stratégies et marchés. • Partager le risque des activités de recherche et développement technologique. • Accès à l’information privilégiée au niveau européen et à des nouvelles connaissances. • Rénovation technologique. • Amélioration de l’image de l’entité participant: visibilité et prestige. • Financements privilégiés (subventions) des activités de recherche, développement technologique et démonstration. • Possibilité de faire face à plusieurs à des défis scientifiques et industriels de notre temps, de plus en plus complexes et interconnectés, et augmenter les connaissances sur ces défis sociétaux.

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