Europe 2014-2020: programme de recherche & innovation Horizon 2020

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Commission Européenne, présentations de la Délégation générale Société de l'Information à la délégation d'Aquitains conduite par AEC, 30 janvier 2012:
le programme horizon 2020, programme cadre européen pour la recherche et l’innovation, regroupe et remplacera à partir de 2014 2014 les actuels Programme Cadre de recherche (7e PCRD), Programme Cadre pour la Compétitivité et l'Innovation (CIP) et Institut Européen de Technologie (IET)

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Europe 2014-2020: programme de recherche & innovation Horizon 2020

  1. 1. the EU framework programme for research and innovation Eric Badiqué DG INFSO
  2. 2. Horizon 2020• Commission proposal for a 80 billion euro research and innovation funding programme (2014-20)• Part of proposals for next EU budget, complementing Structural Funds, education, etc.• A core part of Europe 2020, Innovation Union & European Research Area: – Responding to the economic crisis to invest in future jobs and growth – Addressing peoples’ concerns about their livelihoods, safety and environment. – Strengthening the EU’s global position in research, innovation and technology
  3. 3. What’s new?• A single programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives (FP7, CIP, EIT)• More innovation, from research to retail, all forms of innovation• Focus on societal challenges facing EU society, e.g. health, clean energy and transport• Simplified access, for all companies, universities, institutes in all EU countries and beyond.
  4. 4. Horizon 2020 – Objectives and structure Europe 2020 priorities European Research Area International cooperation Shared objectives and principles Tackling Societal Challenges Creating Industrial Leadership and ICT Health, demographic change and wellbeing Competitive Frameworks Leadership in enabling and industrial Food security, sustainable agriculture and technologies the bio-based economy ICT ICT ICT Secure, clean and efficient energy Nanotech., Materials, Manuf. and Processing ICT Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw Biotechnology Space ICT materials Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs ICT Inclusive, innovative and secure societies EIT Excellence in the Science Base Frontier research (ERC) JRC Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) ICT Research infrastructures ICT Simplified access Dissemination & knowledge tranfer Common rules, toolkit of funding schemes
  5. 5. Priority 1 Excellent scienceWhy:• 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. ICT in Science - Future and EmergingTechnologies; e-InfrastructuresFET Open: fostering novel ideas Collaborative research for embryonic, high risk visionary science and technologyFET Proactive Nurturing emerging themes and communitiesFET Flagships Tackling grand interdisciplinary science and technology challengesE-Infrastructures Integration and access to national research infrastructures; development, deployment and operation of e-Infrastructures
  7. 7. Priority 2 Industrial leadershipWhy:• Europe needs more innovative SMEs to create growth and jobs• 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
  8. 8. ICT in Industrial Leadership (I)1. Components and systems Smart embedded components and systems, micro-nano-bio systems, organic electronics, large area integration, technologies for IoT, smart integrated systems, systems of systems and complex system engineering2. Next generation computing Processor and system architecture, interconnect and data localisation technologies, cloud computing, parallel computing and simulation software3. Future Internet Networks, software and services, cyber security, privacy and trust, wireless communication and all optical networks, immersive interactive multimedia and connected enterprise
  9. 9. ICT in Leadership (II)4. Content technologies and information management Technologies for language, learning, interaction, digital preservation, content access and analytics; advanced data mining, machine learning, statistical analysis and visual computing5. Advanced interfaces and robots Service robotics, cognitive systems, advanced interfaces, smart spaces and sentient machines6. Key Enabling Technologies: Micro- nano-electronics and photonics Design, advanced processes, pilot lines for fabrication, related production technologies and demonstration actions to validate technology developments and innovative business models
  10. 10. Innovation in SMEs– Dedicated SME instrument • SME-led projects • Targeted at all types of innovative SMEs with ambition to grow and internationalise • Includes all types of innovation (non-technological, service..) • Supported across societal challenges and enabling technologies areas – Phase 1: Proof of concept – Phase 2: R&D, demonstration, market replication – Phase 3: Commercialisation (only support activities, e.g. facilitate access to private capital..)– Support for research-intensive SMEs • Promote market-oriented innovation through Art. 185 JP (Eurostars)– Accompanying measures • Awareness raising, info and dissemination, training… • Improving framework conditions
  11. 11. Access to risk finance – Debt instrument • Loans to single beneficiaries • Guarantees to financial intermediaries • Combinations of loans and guarantees • Linked to the SME instrument – Equity instrument • Start-up facility • Growth facility – Accompanying measures • Technical assistance • Investment readiness schemes • Schemes to attract private investors • Encouragement for philantropic foundations -> Implementation delegated to the EIB and EIF
  12. 12. Priority 3 Societal challengesWhy:• 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
  13. 13. ICT in societal challenges (I) – Health, demographic change & wellbeing; • e-health, self management of health, improved diagnostics, improved surveillance, health data collection, active ageing, assisted living; – Secure, clean and efficient energy; • Smart cities; Energy efficient buildings; smart electricity grids; smart metering; – Smart, green and integrated transport; • Smart transport equipment, infrastructures and services; innovative transport management systems; safety aspects
  14. 14. ICT in societal challenges (II) – Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials • ICT for increased resource efficiency; earth observation and monitoring – Inclusive, innovative and secure societies • Digital inclusion; social innovation platforms; e-government services; e-skills and e-learning; e-culture; cyber security; ensuring privacy and protection of human rights on-line
  15. 15. Next stepsOngoing: Parliament and Council negotiations on the basis of the Commission proposals Parliament and Council negotiations on EU budget 2014-20 (including overall budget for Horizon 2020)Mid 2012: Final calls under 7th Framework Programme for Research to bridge gap towards Horizon 2020End 2013: Adoption of legislative acts by Parliament and Council on Horizon 20201/1/2014: Horizon 2020 starts; launch of first calls
  16. 16. Thank you for your attention! Find out more:www.ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020

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