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Bordignon Gruppo 2003 Insieme Per La Ricerca Milano 21 Settembre

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Claudio Bordignon. Il ruolo dell’ERC nello sviluppo della ricerca europea

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Bordignon Gruppo 2003 Insieme Per La Ricerca Milano 21 Settembre

  1. 1. European Research Council FP7 IDEAS Programme The European Research Council … and its funding schemes. Claudio Bordignon Member of the ERC Scientific Council “il ruolo dell’ERC nello sviluppo della ricerca europea” Insieme per la Ricerca Università Luigi Bocconi Milano, 21 settembre 2009 │1
  2. 2. European Research Council ERC Grant schemes 3R and 2 schemes Aim: Retain – Repatriate – Recruit Favour “brain gain” and “reverse brain drain” improve career opportunities and independence - especially for young researchers increase competition, recognition and international visibility - for excellent individual scientists and scholars in Europe Raise aspiration and achievement of basic research in Europe - comparability/benchmark for researchers and research systems Activities: Two complementary funding schemes ERC Starting Grant (StG): attract & retain the next generation of independent research leaders - up to € 2.0 Mio for 5 years ERC Advanced Grant (AdG): attract & reward established independent research leaders - up to € 3.5 Mio for 5 years │2
  3. 3. European Research Council ERC Grant schemes Who can apply? – General requirements 1. Principal Investigator (PI) Nationality, age or current place of work not relevant 2. In conjunction with a Host organisation To be located in MS or AC 3. Frontier Research Project All fields of science, engineering and scholarship are eligible (investigator-driven, bottom-up) 4. Individual research team PI has freedom to choose National or trans-national character, if scientific added value proven │3
  4. 4. European Research Council ERC Grant schemes All fields, budget pre-allocation in 3 + 1 areas ERC covers all fields of science, engineering and scholarship For operational reasons the ScC agreed on 3 main research domains + interdisciplinary research: Physical Sciences & Engineering – 10 Panels Life Sciences (incl. medical) – 9 Panels Social Sciences & Humanities – 6 Panels Interdisciplinary Research (cross-panel / cross-domain) – Panel Chairs meeting The call budget will be pre-allocated to these areas as follows: 39% - 34% - 14% - 13% │4
  5. 5. European Research Council ERC Budget And Financials
  6. 6. European Research Council
  7. 7. European Research Council
  8. 8. European Research Council National R&D funding and ERC grants
  9. 9. European Research Council Comparison: ERC Starting Grant 2007 & 2009 calls
  10. 10. ERC Starting Grant: 2007 call Submitted 9167 proposals European Research Council 5 by host countries 477 236 92 11 132 172 5 17 1144 542 294 1038 207 6 84 728 153 40 201 40 20 183 130 1625 183 21 568 48 181 339 1 38 199 │ 10 © ERC 2009: StG 07-299
  11. 11. ERC Starting Grant: 2007 call Successful proposals European Research Council by country of host institution Source: 299 selected proposals 7 1 11 2 4 58 27 11 31 1 38 15 4 6 25 2 25 1 4 2 24 │ 11 StG 07-299, 05 Dec. 2008
  12. 12. ERC StG 2007 & 2009 European Research Council Distribution of projects by host country Source: 299 StG 07; 237 StG 09 proposals Starting grant 2007 Starting grant 2009 20 15 % of grantees 10 5 0 UK FR DE ES NL IT IL CH BE SE FI DK AT HU EL PT IE PL CY EE BG CZ NO Country of host institution ERC 2009: StG-07-299/StG-09-237
  13. 13. ERC StG 2007 & 2009 European Research Council Distribution of grantees per nationality Source: 299 StG 07; 237 StG 09 proposals Starting Grants 2007 Starting Grants 2009 14 12 10 % of grantees 8 6 4 2 0 DE IT FR UK NL ES IL BE SE FI HU EL US CH AT DK PT IE PL JP CY AR CN TR AU CZ NO RO CA RU SL SK EE KR MX SG UA AL Nationality of grantee ERC 2009: StG-07-299/StG-09-237
  14. 14. ERC StG 2007/2009 & AdG 2008/2009 European Research Council 5 5 0 3 Submitted proposals 236 70 49 22 StG 07 AdG 08 92 29 477 65 StG 09 AdG 09 30 18 86 64 11 4 1144 299 2 3 132 16 347 306 172 33 5 2 29 16 47 30 2 1 542 107 17 2 134 80 1038 179 4 1 207 71 256 145 34 23 294 63 95 36 6 1 84 29 40 4 0 0 28 11 4 4 201 96 153 42 183 28 728 206 40 15 130 32 61 102 52 37 26 18 228 159 19 8 26 21 183 17 21 2 568 135 20 4 42 10 1 0 48 22 227 95 6 3 0 2 7 7 1625 301 181 43 0 1 434 220 43 17 339 92 90 31 38 7 1 1 ME AL 9 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 199 141 0 1 0 0 80 79
  15. 15. European Research Council ERC StG 2007 & AdG 2008 Grantees by nationality 80 Total population DE : Advanced grant 08 70 82 Mio Starting grant 07 60 Number of Grantees 50 40 Total population IL : 7.4 Mio 30 Total population CH : 20 7.6 Mio 10 0 DE UK FR IT NL IL ES SE BE FI US AT CH EL HU DK PL PT AU CA CY JP NO TR IE AR BG CN CZ IS RO RU SI SK StG-07:299; AdG-08:275 Nationality │ 15
  16. 16. ERC StG 2007 & AdG 2008 European Research Council Success rate by host country (i.e. ratio submitted – selected proposals) 12 ERC Starting Grant 2007 Success rates in % 10 8 6 4 2 0 FR UK NL ES BE DE FI AT DK SE IT IE EL PT CY HU BG CZ IL CH NO EU - 15 EU - 12 Assoc. C. 30 25 ERC Advanced Grant 2008 Sucess rate in % 20 15 10 5 0 SE UK AT NL FR DE FI DK ES BE IT PT EL CY HU BG CZ PL CH IS IL NO TR EU - 15 EU - 12 Assoc. C.
  17. 17. European Research Council ERC StG 2007 & AdG 2008 Origin of grantees Relocation FR 110 1 Staying non-Europeans IT 1 DE 2 100 Staying Europeans (non-citizens) US 3 Staying Citizens 90 TR 80 1 SE 1 NL 1 70 No. of Grantees FI 1 ES 1 60 BE 1 IT 3 50 AT 3 FR 3 40 DE 8 30 20 10 0 UK FR DE NL IT CH ES IL SE BE FI AT HU EL DK PT CY NO CZ IE BG PL TR IS Country of host institution │ 17
  18. 18. ERC StG 2007 & 2009 European Research Council Submissions from researchers resident outside EU & AC Source: 11670 submitted proposals (9167 + 2503) 13 EU & 2 26 AC 206 2 7 14 2 3 2 2 3 19 3
  19. 19. ERC StG 2007 & 2009 European Research Council Submissions from nationals of “third countries” Note: 740 proposals Russia Canada 139 36 Belarus 8 Ukraine Kazakhstan 40 1 USA Bosnia Armenia Uzbekistan Japan 116 2 4 3 Korea 24 Lebanon China Tunisia Iran 1 10 Morocco 3 61 2 Algeria 8 Cisjordanie 1 Egypt Pakistan Taiwan 5 Bangladesh Mexico 7 4 2 12 Cuba India 5 Hong Kong 5 53 1 Thailand Viet Nam Nigeria 1 2 Philippines Venezuela Togo 1 Ethiopia 1 Sri Lanka Colombia 4 1 Singapore Malaysia 1 Kenya 1 3 2 8 5 Congo 1 Tanzania 1 Peru Brasilia 4 Malawi 21 1 Mauritius Chile Zimbabwe 1 1 Australia 3 Uruguay South Africa 35 Argentina 3 2 18 New Zealand 8 Source: STG 07 and StG 2009: 9167 submitted proposals
  20. 20. ERC StG 2007 & AdG 2008 European Research Council Top twenty most successful Host Institutions (ranked by total budget of grants received) 1. CNRS 2. University of Oxford 3. EPF Lausanne 4. Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine 5. Weizmann Institute of Science 6. University of Cambridge 7. Max Planck Society 8. ETH Zurich 9. University of Helsinki 10. University College London 11. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 12. University of Nijmegen 13. Karolinska Institute 14. University of Edinburgh 15. Free University of Amsterdam 16. Technion - Israel Institute of Technology 17. Catholic University Leuven 18. University of Genève 19. Institute National de la Santé et de la Recherché Medical 20. University of St Andrews
  21. 21. European Research Council L’ERC rappresenta una straordinaria opportunità per I nostri migliori ricercatori L’ERC non può risolvere I problemi della ricerca italiana I risultati dei bandi ERC offrono (e offriranno) una misura precisa dei progressi della nostra ricerca

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