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Published on November 23, 2007

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. :  . FP7 information relevant to plant science Based on the EC’s published Work Programme 1 of 22.12.06 Provided by EPSO, the European Plant Science Organisation at www.epsoweb.org/protected/index.htm EPSO likes to acknowledge the Plant Systems Biology Department, VIB, Gent, Belgium, for providing the starting presentation that was updated by EPSO 10th January 2007. . :  . The Seventh Framework Programme will be organised in four programmes corresponding to four basic components of European research: Cooperation: trans-national research Ideas: investigator-driven research People: support of individual researchers Capacities: support of research capacities Duration: 2007-2013 (7 years!) FP7- Structure FP7 – Cooperation:  FP7 – Cooperation The programme on cooperation covers 9 themes: Health; Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology; Information and Communication Technologies; Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies Energy Environment (including Climate Change) Transport (including Aeronautics); Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities; Security and Space. Slide4:  Across all these themes, support will be implemented through: Collaborative research will constitute the bulk and the core of EU research funding (=Small and large collaborative projects, Networks of Excellence [NoE’s], Coordination and support actions [CA/SA]) Max EC contribution in mill €: 3 for small/medium coll. projects; 3-6 for large coll. projects and NoE’s; 1 for CA / SA. Joint Technology Initiatives will mainly be created on the basis of the work undertaken by the European Technology Platforms (A first set of initiatives have been identified with clear objectives and deliverables in the areas of innovative medicines, nano-electronics, embedded computing systems, hydrogen and fuel cells, aeronautics and air traffic management and global monitoring for environment and security.) Coordination of non-Community research programmes (e.g. further support for ERA-NET projects and funding for new ones) International Cooperation (with third countries across the different themes) FP7- Cooperation FP7- Cooperation Slide5:  Indication for calls with deadlines in 2007: First call (Call 1): Published 22 December ‘06 Deadline 2nd May’07 Focus: small collaborative projects small preparatory actions laying the ground for later calls Some large collaborative projects One step submission procedure Use of the 2007 budget First half of the second call (Call 2A): Published 22 December ‘06 Deadline 1st stage: 11 Sep’07, 2nd stage: 31Jan’08 Restricted to large collaborative projects Two step submission procedure Use part of 2008 budget FP7- Cooperation FP7- Cooperation Slide6:  FP7- Cooperation Slide7:  FP7- Cooperation Slide8:  FP7- Cooperation Slide9:  FP7- Cooperation Slide10:  FP7- Cooperation Slide11:  FP7- Cooperation Slide12:  FP7- Cooperation Slide13:  FP7- Cooperation Slide14:  FP7- Cooperation Slide15:  FP7- Cooperation . :  . The Seventh Framework Programme will be organised in four programmes corresponding to four basic components of European research: Cooperation: trans-national research Ideas: investigator-driven research People: support of individual researchers Capacities: support of research capacities Duration: 2007-2013 (7 years!) FP7- Structure FP7 – Ideas:  FP7 – Ideas Supports ’investigator-driven’ research projects across all fields by individual teams competing at a European level. Projects will be funded based on proposals presented by researchers on subjects of their choice, evaluated on scientific excellence by peer review. The European Research Council consists of a Scientific Council which establishes the scientific strategy, supervises its implementation and ensures the integrated operation of the ERC, and a Dedicated Implementation Structure which is in charge of the ERC’s operational management. The Scientific Council the ERC consists of 22 eminent researchers - drawn from across Europe - and spanning the spectrum of science and technology and chaired by Fotis Kafatos. In the start up phase, priority will be given to an ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant scheme. In addition, a second funding stream, the ERC Advanced Investigator Grant scheme will be established as soon as feasible thereafter for projects led by Investigators at all subsequent career stages. FP7 – Ideas:  FP7 – Ideas The ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grants (ERC Starting Grants). The objective is to provide adequate support to the independent careers of excellent researchers, whatever their nationality, located in or moving to the EU and associated countries, who are at the stage of establishing and leading their first research team or programme. The Principal Investigator can be of any age, nationality and country of residence. He/she must have been awarded his/her first PhD (or equivalent doctoral degree) more than 2 and less than 8 years prior to the deadline of the call for proposals (exceptions only for eligible career breaks). Evaluation criteria: Excellence as sole criteria – applied to the PI, the research project and the research environment. ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grants: between €100,000 and €400,000 per year for a period of up to 5 years. Up to 200 Starting Independent Researcher Grants could be made annually, each for up to 5 years Amount for the first call: 300M€ First deadline: ? (draft work program of 28/10 at http://ec.europa.eu/erc/index_en.cfm?p=3_library) FP7 – Ideas:  FP7 – Ideas The ERC Advanced Investigator Grants (ERC Advanced Grants): The objective is to encourage and support excellent, innovative investigator-initiated research projects by leading advanced investigators This funding stream will complement the Starting Grant scheme by targeting the population of researchers who have already established themselves as being independent research leaders in their own right. Will be published in a second call later in 2007 . :  . The Seventh Framework Programme will be organised in four programmes corresponding to four basic components of European research: Cooperation: trans-national research Ideas: investigator-driven research People: support of individual researchers Capacities: support of research capacities Duration: 2007-2013 (7 years!) FP7- Structure FP7 - People:  FP7 - People This program is based on Marie Curie actions and will cover all stages of a researcher’s professional life Increased focus on three aspects: Better structuring: European co-funding of regional, national and international (non-Community) programmes to overcome fragmentation Industrial participation: There will be a stronger emphasis on developing the complementary skills needed to better understand research in enterprises and on an active role for industrial actors, especially SMEs. A stronger international dimension: FP7 will reinforce cooperation with researchers from third countries and introduce new dimensions for collaboration with the EU’s neighbouring countries. FP7 - People:  FP7 - People Actions to achieve the aims of the Specific Programme on ‘People’ cover: Initial training of researchers Life-long training and career development to support the career development of experienced researchers Industry-academia pathways and partnerships The international dimension Specific actions FP7 - People:  FP7 - People Initial training of researchers: Marie Curie Networks: mainly support for early stage researchers, limited funding for experienced researchers= combination of Training Networks and Early stage training site A network in this action shall be composed of at least three participants in different EU or associated countries Direct or indirect involvement of organisations from different sectors is considered essential in this action, including full participation by private enterprises as appropriate to the research discipline. Four years FP7 - People:  FP7 - People Life-long training and career development to support the career development of experienced researchers: European Career Development Fellowships (Individual fellowships FP6) European Career Integration Grants (previous holders MC fellowships Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes FP7 - People:  FP7 - People Industry-academia pathways and partnerships Support for networking between Industry-Academia: The action will be implemented through targeted and flexible support for human resources interactions within co-operation programmes between at least two organisations, one from each sector and from at least two different Member States or associated countries. The duration of the programme to be supported will normally be between three and four years. FP7 - People:  FP7 - People The international dimension Outgoing fellowships Incoming fellowships Reintegration grants: The objective of this action is to reinforce the attractiveness of Europe by encouraging European researchers who have carried out research outside Europe for at least 3 years, to return to a Member State or to an Associated State Slide27:  Specific actions Researchers Night 2007 : no input yet Marie Curie Awards 2007 FP7 - People Slide28:  FP6 versus FP7: The budget has increased from 1.8bn€ under FP6 (4 year program) to 4.7bn€ under FP7 (7 year program). Much continuity but some actions were transferred from stand-alone actions into a larger action No longer support for Excellence Teams: European Research Council's (ERC) ‘Starting Independent Research Grant’ covers similar aims.   FP7 - People Slide29:  FP7 - People Slide30:  FP7 - People . :  . The Seventh Framework Programme will be organised in four programmes corresponding to four basic components of European research: Cooperation: trans-national research Ideas: investigator-driven research People: support of individual researchers Capacities: support of research capacities Duration: 2007-2013 (7 years!) FP7- Structure FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES Aims to enhance research and innovation capacities throughout Europe, and to ensure their optimal use. Research infrastructures: The objectives are to optimise the use of existing research infrastructures; help develop new research infrastructures, and upgrade existing ones Research for the benefit of SME’s: The objective is to strengthen the innovation capacity of SMEs by helping them outsource research and increasing their research efforts. Regions of knowledge: Aims at supporting the development of ‘research-driven clusters’, and enabling European regions to strengthen their capacity to invest in R&D. Actors would include regional authorities, regional development agencies, universities and Industry among others. FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES Aims to enhance research and innovation capacities throughout Europe, and to ensure their optimal use. Research potential of convergence regions: Activities will include encouraging the exchange of know-how and experience through secondments of staff; recruiting incoming experienced researchers and acquiring new research equipment. There will also be workshops and conferences to facilitate knowledge transfer as well as dissemination and promotional activities. Science in Society: Societal concerns over science therefore have to be addressed International Cooperation: to develop strategic partnerships with third countries, and to address specific problems faced by third countries, or which have a global character. The emphasis is on strengthening and developing bi-regional/bilateral dialogue, and on the enhancement of S&T Agreements. FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 - CAPACITIES:  FP7 - CAPACITIES FP7 – BUDGET:  FP7 – BUDGET Maximum overall amount for Community financial participation in the Seventh Framework Programme shall be € 50 521M€ cooperation 32 365 M€ Ideas 7460 M€ People 4728 M€ Capacities 4217 M€ Non-nuclear actions of the Joint Research Centre 1,824 M€ Cooperation Health; 6050M€ Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology; 1935M€ Information and Communication Technologies; 9110M€ Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies; 3500M€ Energy; 2300M€ Environment (including Climate Change); 1900M€ Transport (including Aeronautics); 4180M€ Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities; 610M€ Security and Space. 2780M€ FP7 – BUDGET:  FP7 – BUDGET Reimbursement of Eligible Costs FP7 will be based on the principle of co-financing. There will be no 100% contributions for any participants No Additional Cost (AC) model will be available. Maximum Funding Rates Research and Technological Activities will be reimbursed at up to 50% of eligible costs except for: Public Bodies, Secondary and Higher Education establishments Research Organisations (non-profit) SMEs up to 75% Demonstration/ Prototyping/ Proof of concept activities - up to 50% of eligible costs Other activities such as training and management activities will be reimbursed at up to 100% of eligible costs. ERC actions - direct costs at up to 100%, but treatment of indirect costs is not yet clear. Co-ordination and Support Actions - up to 100% Training and career development of researchers actions - up to 100% Slide45:  The criteria will be specified in each work programme, but are likely to be simplified from FP6, and based around excellence, impact and implementation. Simplified application guidelines and procedures Fewer evaluation criteria seem likely, for example no 'relevance to Commission objectives' criterion. Independent experts will be used in evaluations, perhaps building upon the database of experts created in FP5 and FP6. To register your institution and individual experts use the CORDIS link, as below: https://cordis.europa.eu/emmfp6/index.cfm?fuseaction=wel.welcome FP7 – PROPOSAL EVALUATION Slide46:  Cooperation- Collaborative research (~Thematic areas FP6) Transnational research (to gain leadership in key scientific and technological areas by supporting co-operation between universities, industry, research centers and public authorities across the European Union as well as the rest of the world) Instruments: Large or small collaborative projects (~ IP, STREP’s), NoE’s, Coordination/Support actions Each participant receives funding for personnel, (equipment), (training), (demonstration) consumables, management (depending on the instrument, 1 to several people are paid on the project) Personnel hired on the project: any age, nationality, diploma Industrial partner needed Cooperation Collaborative Research People MCN Slide47:  People – Marie Curie Networks (MCN) (~Research training Networks FP6) Focus on training of early stage researchers (less then 4 years of research exp and no PhD); limited funding for visiting post-doctoral researchers Personnel hired on the project: ≠ nationality then host institution country; students can not have studied/worked in the country of the host for more then 12 months in the three years prior to their start on the project) Members of the trans-national networks shall exploit their complementary competences through integrated training programmes. Support will comprise recruitment of early stage researchers, organisation of training events also open to researchers outside the network and senior chairs and/or industry positions for knowledge transfer and supervision. Cooperation Collaborative Research People MCN

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