JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans         A New Frontier      Marine knowledge all projects meeting              ...
Content of this Presentation1. What is Joint Programming?     Concept     Objectives     Governance2. CSA Oceans     Gener...
What is Joint Programming?
Research funding in Europe       15%                 85%
JPI Oceans:     A coordinating and  integrating platform for    marine and maritime          research  Objective: increase...
17 Participating countries(+ Outer periphery regions)
VariableStrategic                   Management Board                                                           GeometryAdv...
Thematic areas
CSA OCEANSRCN, VLITZ, MINECO, IFREMER, CNR, NWO NERC, KDM, JÜLICH                     UESFISCDI, CEFAS
CSA Oceans: General objectiveCSA Oceans aims to reduce the time for the Joint Programming  Initiative on Healthy and Produ...
WP3       WP4      WP5        WP6       JPI Oceans Objectives                   Science    Inno-   Policy     Infra-      ...
WP6 “Mapping and gap analysis of ocean observation, researchinfrastructures, capacity building”:draft optional solutions t...
Identifying gaps and needs: building on existing knowledge Many EU projects aiming at developing new MRI, coordinating exi...
WP3 “Mapping and analysis of scientific needs, gaps and overlaps”(leaded by MINECO) : Main aim: to identify gaps and needs...
Identifying gaps and needs: building on existing knowledgeERANETS: SEASERA MARINERA, AMPERA, MARIFISH, MARTEC,, etcREGIONA...
teodoro.ramirez@ma.ieo.es                    ka@forskningsradet.no                    florence.coroner@ifremer.frwww.jpi-o...
Marine Knowledge Meeting, 11-12 Oct 2012, Brussels: JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans
Marine Knowledge Meeting, 11-12 Oct 2012, Brussels: JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Marine Knowledge Meeting, 11-12 Oct 2012, Brussels: JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans

282 views

Published on

Rudy Herman, Flemish Government of Belgium and Angell-Hansen Katherine, JPI Oceans - The Research Council of Norway, gave the presentation: JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans - A New Frontier at the Marine Knowledge All Projects meeting held on the 11-12 October 2012 in Brussels.

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
282
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Marine Knowledge Meeting, 11-12 Oct 2012, Brussels: JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans

  1. 1. JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans A New Frontier Marine knowledge all projects meeting 11-12 October 2012, Brussels
  2. 2. Content of this Presentation1. What is Joint Programming? Concept Objectives Governance2. CSA Oceans General objectives WP6: Mapping and gap analysis of ocean observation, research infrastructures, capacity building
  3. 3. What is Joint Programming?
  4. 4. Research funding in Europe 15% 85%
  5. 5. JPI Oceans: A coordinating and integrating platform for marine and maritime research Objective: increase the value of relevant national and EU R&D andinfrastructure investments by concerted and joint planning, implementationand evaluation of national research programmes
  6. 6. 17 Participating countries(+ Outer periphery regions)
  7. 7. VariableStrategic Management Board GeometryAdvisory (high level MS/AC representatives) Action Plan Board Implementation Strategic Plan Research & Operational Innovation Executive committee Toolkit Agenda Secretariat
  8. 8. Thematic areas
  9. 9. CSA OCEANSRCN, VLITZ, MINECO, IFREMER, CNR, NWO NERC, KDM, JÜLICH UESFISCDI, CEFAS
  10. 10. CSA Oceans: General objectiveCSA Oceans aims to reduce the time for the Joint Programming Initiative on Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans (JPI Oceans) to move to the operational phase by:- Supporting the governance structures in its work to establish JPI Oceans;- Proposing procedures and tools for cooperation- Facilitating the development of a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
  11. 11. WP3 WP4 WP5 WP6 JPI Oceans Objectives Science Inno- Policy Infra- Dark blue WP core responsible Light blue WP contributes vation structure White WP insignificant role1) Foster enabling cross-cutting marinetechnologies across the maritime sectors2) Foster the marine bio economy in relationto new products, services and jobs • CSA partners3) Create the best enabling environment to • MB/MCountriesmaximize the development of marine • StABrenewable energies4) Develop the necessary knowledge and • Stakeholderstechnologies to conquer the new deep-seafrontier • Hermione5) Understand and mitigate the impact of • ESF-MBclimate change and pressure from human • SeasERAactivities on the marine environment, to • OGPreach GES (Good Environmental Status) of • Waterborneour seas by 2020 • Deefish man • NoE • Etc.
  12. 12. WP6 “Mapping and gap analysis of ocean observation, researchinfrastructures, capacity building”:draft optional solutions to overcome some of the major gaps &needs related to MRI, observations/data collection, humanresources and capacity building- Identify Infrastructures that requires concerted efforts andcommitment of member states- Analyze technological and other barriers for maintaining,developing and sustaining a long-term EU oceans observing system- Analyze gaps and overlaps in data collection and obstacles foraccessing to data and infrastructures at large for public and privatepurposes- Develop a human capacity building scenario for marine andmaritime activities, including initiatives and unbalances among theregions
  13. 13. Identifying gaps and needs: building on existing knowledge Many EU projects aiming at developing new MRI, coordinating existing MRI and data management at EU level were launched in 2007-2013: ASSEMBLE, EMBRC, EUROFLEETS, MESOAQUA, AQUAEXCEL, MARINET, EURO-ARGO, EMSO, SEADATANET, JERICO, EuroSites, MyOcean, EMODNET, etc…. SEASERA: updated overview of MRI to foster a coherent articulation, consistent scientific coverage in order to plan their evolution and long term stabilisation. MRI Expert Group (European Commission): analyse the gaps and needs at European level in the field of marine research infrastructures for ocean observation> CSA OCEANS WP6 will follow up on what has been done by SEASERA and other projects or expert group in order to identify specific needs and gaps that require concerted efforts and commitment of member states.
  14. 14. WP3 “Mapping and analysis of scientific needs, gaps and overlaps”(leaded by MINECO) : Main aim: to identify gaps and needs that must be addressed to tackle the grand challenges related to our seas and oceans to achieve the objectives of JPI Oceans to feed the SRIA. •Update and complete the current mapping on marine research funds, programmes and strategies (bulding on ERANETs) •Develop a repository of relevant research organisations, platforms and projects to provide a basis to asses the current landscape at EU and national level. •Conduct an analysis of marine research needs and gaps and define priorities to support the further development and implementation of the JPI Oceans – long term sustained mapping.
  15. 15. Identifying gaps and needs: building on existing knowledgeERANETS: SEASERA MARINERA, AMPERA, MARIFISH, MARTEC,, etcREGIONAL initiatives: BONUS Art 185FP7 Projects: CLAMER, MARCOM+, EUROMARINE, etcInternational organizatons: CIESM, ICES, Marine Board, EFARO, etcScientific Advisory bodies: SCAR-FISH, SAC-GCFM, STECF, etcREGIONAL SEA CONVENTIONS: OSPAR, HELCOM, Barcelona, BucharestMRIs INFRASTRUCTURES: EMBRC, EMSO, JERICO, ASSEMBLE, etcWP3: STRONG LINK TO MRIs INFRASTRUCTURES, to identify gap andneeds for science in MRIs and also as user of MRIs to deliver newknowledge,
  16. 16. teodoro.ramirez@ma.ieo.es ka@forskningsradet.no florence.coroner@ifremer.frwww.jpi-oceans.eu

×