PRESENTATION :
•FP6-IST- SK – Implemented
•Framework Programme 7
•Technology Platforms
• WP / ICT / Fp7 / 2007 – 2008
•+ CIP + LLP
Anton Lavrin, /(ISTC)RI /TU Košice, January 2007
END of 6RP ---- SK participation
Only in Priority 2 – IST (Information Society Technologies)
Overview
Call
Participations Funding
>1100 Projects
CALL 1
3872
1064 M€
> 13500 participations
CALL 2
1782
524 M€
3.86 M€ EU contribution
CALL 3
628
111 M€
CALL 4
3401
1068 M€
CALL 41
116
51 M€
CALL 5
2165
669 M€
CALL 6
738
154 M€
FET OPEN
490
107 M€
JOINT CALLS 472
119 M€
Grand Total 13664
3867 M€
Number of projects per call (Total: 1114)
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
CALL 1 CALL 2 CALL 3 CALL 4 CALL CALL 5 CALL 6 FET JOINT
41
OPEN CALLS
Average funding and number of
participants
Average funding per instrument (€)
•
8.796.058
9.000.000
8.000.000
•
•
7.000.000
5.305.878
6.000.000
Average funding for IPs slightly
below 9M€,
NoEs average 5,3M€
STREPs average around 2,25 M€
5.000.000
4.000.000
2.249.131
3.000.000
946.931
2.000.000
752.144
1.000.000
0
CA
IP
NOE
SSA
STREP
Average number of
participants
• IPs: 21
• NoEs: 31 !
• STREPs: 9
Average n° of participants
40
30
20
10
0
N° :
CA
IP
NOE
SSA
STREP
13
21
31
8
9
Organisations
4660 involved through 13664 participations
1950 SMEs involved
Industry and private sector 42% in funding and 39% in participation
Funding per legal status (Total: 3,409 B€)
Private nonprofit
15%
Private
commercial
42%
Public
Commercial
3%
Government
39%
Other
1%
Legal Status
Participations
%
Government
4917
43%
Other
140
1%
Private commercial
4689
39%
Private non-profit
1735
14%
Public Commercial
313
3%
Grand Total
11794
100%
Top 20 participants
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT
50 first participants
PHILIPS GROUP
total 32% of funding
SIEMENS GROUP
THALES GROUP
COMMISSARIAT à L‘ENERGIE ATOMIQUE
ALCATEL GROUP
INTERUNIVERSITY MICROELECTRONICS CENTER
STMICROELECTRONICS
TELEFONICA GROUP
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE EN INFORMATIQUE ET AUTOMATIQUE
CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE
SAP
FRANCE TELECOM
IBM GROUP
DAIMLER CHRYSLER GROUP
INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS
UNIVERSITY OF KARLSRUHE
ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE
KUNGLIGA TEKNISKA HOGSKOLAN
INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES
New Member States
Funding to NMS per call
New Member States: funding per instrument
6,0%
CA
2%
5,0%
4,0%
IP
32%
3,0%
STREP
51%
2,0%
1,0%
0,0%
WP 03-04
WP 05-06
Total
Funding to SMEs per call
WP 05-06
NOE
10%
•Steady increase from call 1 to 5
(4.1% --> 158,6 MEuro)
•Concentration in STREPs
•High SME participation (>21%)
23,0%
22,5%
22,0%
21,5%
21,0%
20,5%
20,0%
19,5%
19,0%
18,5%
WP 03-04
SSA
5%
Total
FP6 IST implemented projects contribution to participants / Slovakia /
[Euro]
Call 1 .. 2-IP/2-NoE/5;5-Par…….…………………. 283 368
Call 2 .. 1-IP/2-STP/2-SSA/5;5-Par……………….. 434 902
Call 3 .. 13-SSA/2-CA /8;16-Par ………………..
738 961
Call 4 .. 3-IP/2-NoE/9-STP/1-SSA /15;21-Par..
2 752 482
Call 5 .. 3-IP/4-STP/1-SSA/1-CA/7;9-Par …….
Call 6
3 260 230
100 774
FET open + FET Proactive +Infrastructure-2 +
Join Call NMP 2 .. (1-IP/1-CA/1-STP/1-Inf/ 2;4-Par)…………..
534 641
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sum of contribution……………………………… 8 105 358
Total budget ……………………………………..(10 177 808)
cca …… O.3 % shearing
www.tuke.sk/ist
New Member States
NMS: type of participants
Private non-profit
5%
Private
commercial
29%
Public
Commercial
1%
NMS: share of total funding (3.86 B€)
Government
65%
UNIVERSITY OF BUDAPEST
JOZEF STEFAN INSTITUTE
UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA
UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW - TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF PRAGUE
UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS
HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
INSTYTUT CHEMII BIOORGANICZEJ PAN
HOLOGRAFIKA EGYENI CEG
UNIVERSITY OF PRAGUE - KARLOVA
IBM - CZ
UNIVERSITY OF KOSICE – TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY - AKADEMIA GORNICZO-HUTNICZA
SLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES – INST. OF INFORMATICS
UNIVERSITY OF POZNAN
UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
UNIVERSITY OF KRAKOW
UNIVERSITY OF WROCLAW
POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
UNIVERSITY OF BRNO - TECHNOLOGY
Slovenia
Slovakia
Poland
Malta
Lithuania
Latvia
Hungary
Estonia
Czech Republic
Cyprus
0,0%
0,2%
0,4%
0,6%
0,8%
1,0%
1,2%
top 20 participants
SK from total (3,86 BEuro) ~0.2%
SK from NMS rate (158,6 MEuro) ~ 5,1%
Future:
7 FP is open from 2007 to 2013 / 7years
Fp7:
50,521 BEuro
+ 2,751 BEuro (Euroatom)
53,272 BEuro
7460 MEuro
4 728 MEuro
4 217 MEuro
+ JRC and Euratom 1 751 + 2 751 MEuro
R&D Funding
LINKS:
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/research/index_en.htm
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/
http://ec.europa.eu/research/fp7/home_en.html
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/
http://www.euractiv.com/en/science/7th-research-frameworkprogramme-fp7/article-117494
Short information about CIP and LLP
EC Financial funds, instruments and resources for development
http://europa.eu.int/comm/financial_perspective/competitiveness/index_en.htm
The 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological
Development The EU currently invests just below 2% of GDP in R&D (32% less than
the US in 2001) and devotes only 20% of research expenditure to ICT, compared with
30% by our major competitors in the OECD. The Financial Perspective will allow the EU
to take the necessary steps to achieve the 2010 target of 3% of Gross Domestic Product
(GDP) invested in R&D. (53.272 BEuro)
Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP)
The CIP will among other things include the SME Guarantee Facility from which more
than 200,000 SMEs have benefited so far. The European Commission aims at increasing
the number to more than 300,000 for the period 2007-2013 and proposes to add risk
capital instruments supporting the start, development and expansion of innovative
SMEs. (3.621 BEuro)
http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/enterprise_policy/cip/index_en.htm
The Education
& Training 2010 strategy will improve the quality of education
and training systems in the Member States and merge COMENIUS, ERASMUS,
LEONARDO da VINCI, and GRUNDTVIG into one single Lifelong Learning
Programme. (6.970 BEuro )
http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/general/index_en.html
“Competitiveness and Innovation framework Programme (CIP)”
Indicative Budget Overview for 2007 - 2013:
€ mio
1. Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (EIP)
2166
of which eco-innovation
(430)
of which financial instruments
(1130)
2. ICT Policy Support Programme
728
3. Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE)
727
TOTAL
3621
The Lifelong Learning Programme (6,970 BEuro)
I. FOUR SECTORAL PROGRAMMES focusing on school education (Comenius), higher education
(Erasmus), vocational training (Leonardo da Vinci) and adult education (Grundtvig)
COMENIUS PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of all those
in pre-school and school
education up to the level of
the end of upper secondary
education, and the
institutions and
organisations providing or
facilitating such education
and training
ERASMUS PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of all those
in formal higher education
and vocational education
and training at tertiary level
including doctoral studies,
and the institutions and
organisations providing or
facilitating such education
and training
LEONARDO DA VINCI
PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of all those
in vocational education and
training, other than at
tertiary level, as well as the
institutions and
organisations providing or
facilitating such education
and training
GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of those in
all forms of adult education,
as well as the institutions
and organisations providing
or facilitating such
education
Min. allocation 25%
Min. allocation 13%
Min. allocation 4%
Min. allocation 40%
II. A TRANSVERSAL PROGRAMME targeted on cross-cutting areas (policy cooperation and
innovation in lifelong learning, promotion of language learning; development of innovative ICT,
dissemination and exploitation of results)
III. A programme to support teaching, research and reflection around European integration and key
European institutions and associations (JEAN MONNET PROGRAMME)
Something about ETP -- very shortly
To implement parts of the Strategic Research Agendas of ENIAC and ARTEMIS,
aligning fragmented R&D efforts at European level in the fields of:
Nanoelectronics:
•
•
•
•
addressing the needs of silicon-based
technologies & beyond
shrinking of CMOS logic & memory devices
development of value-added functions for
System-on-Chip or System-in-Package
solutions
equipment & materials
design automation
Embedded Intelligens and
Systems: ubiquitous, interoperable &
•
•
•
cost-effective embedded systems
reference designs and architectures
middleware for interoperability and seamless
connectivity
integrated design software tools for rapid
development & prototyping
PARA
D
ES
Coordinated approach to Strategic Research
Agenda implementation
TPs
ENIAC & ARTEMIS
Industry-driven long-term vision
Common pan-European SRA
Overall coordination and policy alignment in ERA
Joint monitoring of projects and impact assessment of
programmes
Joint Technology
FP7
Initiative
National programmes
National programmes
National programmes
European Technology Platforms / nowadays more like - 30
platforms !!
http://cordis.europa.eu.int/technology-platforms/summaries.htm
DG IS and Media (coordination):
1 ENIAC - European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council (?)
2 Embedded Systems (ARTEMIS- Advanced Research and Technology
for Embedded Inteligence and Systems)
3 The Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology Platform
(eMobility)
4 Networked European Software and Services Initiative (NESSI)
5 The NEM Initiative - European Initiative on NETWORKED and
ELECTRONIC MEDIA
6 European Technology Platform in Robotics – EUROP
7 PHOTONICS21 - Photonics for the 21st century
8 The Integral Satcom Initiative
(Mirror Group – SK participation)
+ AAL169 initiative; …..
Mirror Groups of Technology Platforms
Member & Associated States support numerous activities/ policies in the
two areas.
Mirror Groups are intended to:
– Provide for appropriate representation and input from public
authorities, including the definition of the SRAs
– Coordination of relevant national, regional or local programmes and
initiatives in the area in view of implementing the Strategic Agenda
and advancing ERA
– Close the loop between technology development and policy-making,
promoting a fertile innovation environment and a state-of-the art
research infrastructure in the areas concerned
ARTEMIS (17 members):
– A, B, CZ, D, E, F, HU, I, IRL, ISR, FIN, MT, NL, PT, SE, SLO, SK
ENIAC (16 members):
– A, B, D, DK, E, F, GR, I, ISR, FIN, LV, MT, NL, PT, SE, UK, (SK)
JTI – financing
This could pioneer new ways for running industrial
R&D programmes in Europe !
Through commitment of resources
from all stakeholders:
Industrial:
•cash for JTI operational cost and
some non-R&D actions
•in-kind for
participation in
R&D projects
(>50%)
Member & Associated States:
•Yearly earmarked budgets of
participating countries
European Commission:
•mechanism for top-up on
actual national payments – to
50 % !!
Some Technology Platforms from DG Research
MANUFUTURE - Platform on Future Manufacturing
Technologies
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
Aeronautics and Air Transport
Technology Platform on Sustainable Chemistry
The European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform (HFP)
Innovative Medicines for Europe
The European Space Technology Platform (ESTP)
The European Construction Technology Platform(ECTP)
EuMaT - European Technology Platform for Advanced Engineering
Materials and Technologies
ERTRAC European Road Transport Research Advisory Council
ERRAC European Rail Research Advisory Council
The European : Steel Technology Platform + Aluminium TP
SMR - Sustainable mineral resources (mining, material, metallurgy and
products)
The European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety
Food European Technology Platform " Food for Life"
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Work program ICT / Fp7 / 2007 - 2008
Ako pracovať s --- ako čítať WP?
- Komentovať obsah WP 2007-2008 +iné informačné zdroje
„Gides“
- Prehľad o prvých výzvach
ICT - Information and Communication Technologies / WP Structure
1 Objective +
2 Policy and socio-economic context
2.1 i2010, achieving the renewed Lisbon agenda ++
2.2 Partnering in ICT research and development +
2.3 ICT in FP7: An approach focused on a limited set of challenges ++
2.4 Funding schemes + and Appendix 2 +++
2.5 Involving SMEs and feeding innovation ++
2.6 Developing global partnerships ++
2.7 The socio-economic dimensions of ICT +
2.8 European Technology Platforms in ICT and the Work programme +
2.9 Joint Technology Initiatives and support to the Coordination of national programmes +
2.10 Co-ordination of non-Community research programmes +
2.11 Links with other Programmes ++
3 Content of calls in 2007
3.1 Challenge 1: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures !
3.2 Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics !
3.3 Challenge 3: Components, systems, engineering !
3.4 Challenge 4: Digital Libraries and Content !
3.5 Challenge 5: Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare !
3.6 Challenge 6: ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency !
3.7 Challenge 7: ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion !
3.8 Future and Emerging Technologies !!
3.9 Horizontal support actions
4 Implementation of calls !!
Links:
5 Indicative priorities for future calls +++
Annex 1: International cooperation partner countries +++ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/home_en.html
Annex 2: Evaluation, selection and award criteria !!
Annex 3: Funding schemes +++
Annex 4: ERA-NET +
Glossary !
Budget
(M€)
Call
1
1. The network of the future
200
200
2. Service and software architectures, infrastructures and
engineering
120
120
3. ICT in support of the networked enterprise
30
30
4. Secure, dependable and trusted infrastructures
90
90
5. Networked media
85
85
6. New Paradigms and experimental facilities
40
40
7. Critical infrastructure protection[1]
20
20
WP ICT / 7FP ; 2007 - 2008
Call
2
Call
3
Challenge 1:
Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service
Infrastructures
Challenge 2:
Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics
1. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics
193
96
1. Next generation nanoelectronics components and electronics
integration
86
86
2. Organic and large-area electronics and display systems
63
63
3. Embedded systems design
40
40
4. Computing systems
25
25
5. Photonic components and subsystems
90
90
6. Micro/nanosystems
83
83
7. Networked embedded and control systems
47
47
Challenge 3:
97
Components, systems, engineering
FET
Open
Challenge 4:
Digital Libraries and Content
1. Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning
102
52
50
2. Intelligent content and semantics
101
51
50
1. Personal health systems for monitoring and point-of-care
diagnostics
72
72
2. Advanced ICT for risk assessment and patient safety
30
30
3. Virtual physiological human
72
Challenge 5: Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare
72
Challenge 6: ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability
and Energy Efficiency
1. ICT for the intelligent vehicles and mobility services
57
57
2. ICT for cooperative systems
48
48
3. ICT for the environmental management and energy
efficiency
54
54
Challenge 7: ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion
1. ICT and ageing
30
2. Accessible and inclusive ICT
43
30
43
FET Future and Emerging Technologies
Open scheme
65
65
FET - PROACTIVE
1. Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
20
20
2. Pervasive adaptation
20
20
3. Bio-ICT convergence
20
20
4. Science of complex systems for socially
intelligent ICT
20
20
5. Embodied intelligence
20
20
6. ICT forever yours
20
20
Horizontal support actions
International cooperation
12
7
Trans-national co-operation among NCPs
3
3
2021
1197 ?
Total
(9 100 MEuro)
5
497
262
65
FUNDING
2007 (M€)
2008[1] (M€)
FP7-ICT-2007-1
1019
175
FP7-ICT-2007-2
477
FP7-ICT-2007-3
265
FET Open
65
Joint Call ICT-Security
20
General activities (see Section 4
Implementation of calls)
63
Other expenditures:
Independent experts assisting in proposal
evaluations and project reviews (15 M€)
Annual ICT Conference (4 M€)
Studies (6 M€)
Publications and communication
activities and event support (2.9 M€)
HSFP (1.5 M€)
EICTP (1.7 M€)
IMS secretariat (0.1 M€)
31
23
Estimated total budget allocation
1113
1024
[1]
These amounts are covered by the 2008 budget for which a financing decision will be requested at the appropriate time.
AKO na to:
-Čo chceme ? Čo vieme – vieme ako??
-Je to výsku - vývoj –inovácia – mobilita – iné ?
-Mate relevantné kontakty? Prezentujte im svoj záujem.
-Pozrite si príbuzné projekty s predošlých výziev RP!
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp6/stepbystep/project.htm
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp6/projects.htm + Google,
http://istresults.cordis.europa.eu/
-Výber oblasti aplikácie (programu) a “Schemy financovania“=> ako čítať, ako
adaptovať naše zadanie v rámci daného WP „Challenge“ a cieľa pre danú výzvu.
Čítame WP a Call.
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm
Na čo si trúfame:
-IP, SREP, NoE, CSA ?
-Koordinácia alebo partner ?
IP – STREP – NoE ––- CA – SSA => WP ICT ukážka
•Kde a ako sa ponúknuť, ako hľadať partnerov a konzorcia – vyhľadanie cez
nástroje (IDEALIST)?!
http://cordis.europa.eu/partners-service/
http://aladin.elf.stuba.sk/idealist/
•Ako vytvoriť konzorcium - vedecký a manažérsky potenciál +medzinárodný
ohlas, referencie ..... Nezabudnúť na Informačné dni a iné akcie daného DG!
Napr. DG IS&MEDIA : IST Events, Proposer’s Day-Kolín 1.2.2007 + IDs)
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/programme/events1-20070226_en.html#reg
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/home_en.html
•Máme dosť času, financií a kapacity na prípravu projektového návrhu –
pozor aj partnerstvo si vyžaduje odpovedajúce zdroje a čas??!
•AKO SA PREDAŤ – ZVIDITELNIŤ ..... Napr.
http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/about/techn-platform.htm
http://cordis.europa.eu/technology-platforms/individual_en.html
LOBING :
- Komisia – kontakt cez NCP, delegát, pracovníci komisie,
pracovníci misie –- najmä IDs – priame kontakty s
komisármi + konzultácie
- Evaluácia ( sú korektne a „strážené“ )– slovenský
evaluátor – čo môže? §§§
- Poradenské a konzultačné organizácie ???
- Osobná odborná a „organizačná“ angažovanosť !!!
- Aktívne vystupovanie na relevantných akciách EC a pod.
- Skúsenosti a relevantné výsledky + referencie !!!
Stránka pre prihlásenie sa za experta - evaluátora:
https://cordis.europa.eu/emmfp7
Thank you for attention – please questions
[email protected]
Účasť TUKE v 6RP
Číslo
projektu
Názov projektu
(anglicky)
Akronym
Príspevok
Call 3
015742
STAR-NET
Support to Associated Countries and New Member States
82 600
016015
PRO_NMS
PRO Active Actions for NMS
40 440
016020
ATVN - EU - GP
ACADEMIC INTERNET TELEVISION NETWORK SHOWCASES THE BEST OF
GOOD PRACTICE ACTIVITIES
37 600
Call 4
027490
KP-Lab
Developing Knowledge Practices - Laboratory
562 656
027128
SAKE
Semantic-enabled Agile Knowledge-based e-Government
165 960
027306
ABILITIES
Application Bus for InteroperabiLITy In enlarged Europe SMEs
195 500
027219
DEMO_net
The Democracy Network
340 000
027083
FLUID-WIN
Finance, Logistics and Production Integration Domain by Web-based Interaction
Network
68 800
027020
Access-eGov
Access to e-Government Services Employing Semantic Technologies
404 400
026476
SEAMLESS
Small Enterprises Accessings the Electronic Market of the Enlarged Europe by a
Smart Service Infrastructure
89 520
Call 5
033838
[email protected]
Design for All for eInclusion
47 400
034891
HYDRA
Networked Embedded System middleware for Heterogeneous physical devices in a
distributed architecture
394 320
035147
MonAMI
Mainstreaming on Ambient Intelligence
472 200
Spolu:
2 901 396
1.
2.
3.
4.
Funding scheme
Minimum conditions
Collaborative project
At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
established in the same MS or AC.
Collaborative project for specific
cooperation actions dedicated to
international cooperation partner
countries (SICAs)
At least 4 independent legal entities. Of these, 2
must be established in different MS or AC. The
other two must be established in different
international cooperation partner countries
Network of excellence
At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
established in the same MS or AC.
Co-ordination action
At least 3 independent legal entities, each of which is
established in a MS or AC, and no two of which are
established in the same MS or AC.
Support action (supporting)
At least 1 independent legal entity
Collaborative projects (CP)
a) “small or medium-scale focused research actions”(STREP),
b) “large-scale integrating projects" (IP).
Networks of Excellence (NoE)
Coordination and support actions (CSA)
a) “Coordination Actions”(CA),
b) “Specific Support Actions" (SA).
Support projects for individual teams – (IDEAS - ERC)
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