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FP7 to H2020

.... as far as we know right now
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Michael Kerschbaumer

on 29 August 2013

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Transcript of FP7 to H2020

2007-2013
COOPERATION
IDEAS
PEOPLE
CAPACITIES
Health
KBBE
ICT
Nano Tech
Energy
ENV
Transport
SSH
Space
SEC
Frontier research ERC
Marie Curie actions ITNs IAPPs etc
Research Infrastructures
Research for the benefits of SMEs
Regions of Knowledge
Research potential
Science in Society
International Cooperation
Research policies
2014-2020
-Horizontally in all challenges
-Health, democratic change and wellbeing
-Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research and the Bio-economy
-Secure, clean and efficient energy
-Smart, green and integrated transport
-Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials
-Inclusive, innovative and secure societies
Includes IEE programme from CIP
...as far as we know
right now...
The current program for Research and Technological Development transforms to the NEW program for Research and Innovation
http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/
From FP7 to H2020
Michael Kerschbaumer

SGIE Meeting, Edinburgh, 19.03.2013
79.000 Applications
386.000 Participants in applications received
16.000 Projects funded
85.000 Participants in projects funded
169 Countries participating

38% Universities
28% Industry (17% SME)
26% Research Organisations
8% Other Organisations
Source: Dr. Peter Fisch, DG RTD A.5, data status 01.2013
FP7 in numbers:
Priority 1. Excellent science
Goal
Foster world class science as foundation for tomorrow’s technologies, jobs and wellbeing.
Tools

European Research Council
Frontier research by the best individual teams

Future and Emerging Technologies
Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation

Marie Curie actions
Opportunities for training and career development

Research infrastructures

Ensuring access to world-class facilities
Priority 2. Industrial leadership
Goal
Strategic investments in key technologies to attract more private investment to create growth and jobs.
Tools

Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (KET's)
ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing & space.

Access to risk finance
Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation.

Innovation in SMEs
Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs
Priority 3. Societal challenges
Goal
Developing solutions for the concerns of citizens and society through breakthrough innovations that shall come from multi-disciplinary collaborations, including social sciences & humanities.
Topics

Health, demographic change and wellbeing

Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy

Secure, clean and efficient energy

Smart, green and integrated transport

Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials

Inclusive, innovative and secure societies
EIT European Institute of
Innovation & Technology
Goal

To increase European sustainable growth and competitiveness by reinforcing the innovation capacity of the EU
Tools

Foster 3 existing KIC's
Develop 3 new KIC's from 2014 on
JRC Joint Research Center
Goal

Providing evidence-based scientific advice and technical know-how to support a wide range of EU policies throughout the whole policy circle.
Tools

Seven scientific institutes
, located at five different sites in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain.
The European Atomic Energy
Community (EURATOM)
Goal

To pool knowledge, infrastructure, and funding of nuclear energy. It ensures the security of atomic energy supply within the framework of a centralised monitoring system.
COOPERATION
IDEAS
PEOPLE
CAPACITIES
H2020: Trying to fit in everything
Commission proposal:

80 billion euro

Research and
innovation funding
programme
Core part of Europe 2020, Innovation Union & ERA

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
A single programme
bringing together
three separate programmes/initiatives
(FP/CIP/EIT)
Coupling research to 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
FP 7 H2020
...where did all the topics go?
Excellent science
Goal
Foster world class science as foundation for tomorrow’s technologies, jobs and wellbeing.
Tools

European Research Council
Frontier research by the best individual teams

Future and Emerging Technologies
Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation

Marie Curie actions
Opportunities for training and career development

Research infrastructures

Ensuring access to world-class facilities
Industrial leadership
Goal
Strategic investments in key technologies to attract more private investment to create growth and jobs.
Tools

Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (KET's)
ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing & space.

Access to risk finance
Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation.

Innovation in SMEs
Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs
Societal challenges
Goal
Developing solutions for the concerns of citizens and society through breakthrough innovations that shall come from multi-disciplinary collaborations, including social sciences & humanities.
EIT
Goal

To increase European sustainable growth and competitiveness by reinforcing the innovation capacity of the EU
Tools

Foster 3 existing KIC's
Develop 3 new KIC's from 2014 on
JRC
Goal

Providing evidence-based scientific advice and technical know-how to support a wide range of EU policies throughout the whole policy circle.
Tools

Seven scientific institutes
, located at five different sites in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain.
EURATOM
Goal

To pool knowledge, infrastructure, and funding of nuclear energy. It ensures the security of atomic energy supply within the framework of a centralised monitoring system.
Topics

Health, demographic change and wellbeing

Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy

Secure, clean and efficient energy

Smart, green and integrated transport

Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials

Inclusive, innovative and secure societies
Includes Eco-Innovation programme from CIP
What about the SME instrument?
Targeted at all types of innovative SMEs
Only SMEs allowed to apply for funding (single company support possible)
Competitive
Market-oriented, EU dimension
Bottom-up while addressing societal challenges and/or key enabling technologies
Grant-based staged funding
Main Features
Demonstration, Market Replication, R&D
Concept & Feasibility Assessment
SME Instrument - 3 Stages
Commercialisation
Idea to concept,
risk assessment, technological & commercial feasibility
Stage 1
Stage 2
Demonstration, prototyping, testing , market replication, scaling up, miniaturisation, research
Stage 3
Quality label for successful projects, access to risk finance, indirect support, SME window for EU financial facilities, pre-commercial procurement
Market success with Innovation
Around 15% of the budget for SMEs
Simplification of particular benefit to SMEs
'Access to risk finance' will have a strong SME focus
&
?
Horizon 2020 and COSME are
complementary
programmes to generate
growth and jobs

Horizon 2020

= innovation driven growth
COSME
= support to create favorable business environment and competitiveness

Closely coordinated, for instance:
Integrated financial instruments
with facilities in both programmes serving complementary objectives
Enterprise Europe Network
set up under COSME, but support to SMEs for EU funding
Simplification
Simpler and more coherent
participation rules

New balance between
trust and control

Moving from several
funding rates
for different beneficiaries and activities to
just two

Single
flat rate
to calculate overhead or '
indirect costs
'

Simplification under the new Financial Regulation
Reduction of average
time to grant
Horizon 2020 substantially more attractive to industry

Possibilities for new partners, notably SMEs

New role - interface between research and innovation

More proactive role required

Importance of networks
From basic research to prototypes - where is my place?

Identifying the right programme for specific situation

Need to re-think established approaches to cooperation and consortia

Joint networks with industry
New rules of the game for putting together a competitive project

Sharper focus on innovation dimension(s)

- priority of topics
- composition of consortia
- position in proposal

More emphasis on complementarity of partners – new roles and functions
& role of EEN ?
The Cyprus communication:
The network likely to take over the role of SME NCPs
The network will provide specialist support to:
H2020 SME instrument (key accounting & possibly coaching)
Access to H2020 debt and equity facilities
Approx. + 1 FTE per H2020 partner
The current discussion:
SME NCPs:
Will stay the same as in FP7
No role for the EEN

Coaching:
DG R&D&I will launch a "Call for Coaches"
250 - 300 international coaches travel around coaching our SMEs
No role for the EEN

Key account management:
No regional capacities available
Will be manged on national level
No role for the (regional) EEN partners

Basic support for H2020:
How much? Scope?

Maybe a little role for the EEN (like Modul C)
?
Role/Scope EEN

H2020 Budget

First Calls

Detailed (financial) rules

Training for EEN staff
by FP7/H2020 CoP

.....
Thank you for your attention!

michael.kerschbaumer@sfg.at
+43 (0)316 7093 205

For current information and regular updates visit
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