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Title: Informasjonsmte om FP7


1
Informasjonsmøte om FP7
  • Anne Marie Haga og Alena Koslerova
  • Forskningsavdelingen
  • 14.12.2006

2
Why involve in FP7?
  • Funding for research
  • Increase number and quality of publications
  • PhD scholarships
  • International cooperation (researchers, networks)
  • Increase success rate at NFR
  • UiB
  • Among top ten European universities Framework
    programmes PhD/postdoc training and Research
    Infrastructures
  • 4 FP6 integrated projects coordinated by UiB

3
7th Framework Programme
  • 7 years (2007-2013)
  • Budget 50.5 billion Euro.
  • Continuity with previous FPs (thematic research,
    mobility actions, research infrastructures), but
    new programme Ideas for basic research projects ?
    European Research Council.
  • To strengthen quality of EU research gt open to
    participants from countries outside Europe.
  • Multi-disciplinary and cross-thematic projects.
  • First calls published 22 December 2006!

4
Framework Programmes
Specific Programmes
Calls (examples 2007)
Work Programmes (annual)
  • Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities
  • Environment
  • Food, agriculture….

Analysing, comparing and evaluating the various
societal models in a medium- to long-term
perspective (SESH)
FP7
Cooperation (10 themes)
Ideas (basic research)
  • Advanced Investigator Research
  • Starting Independent Research

Migration (SESH)
  • - Initial Training of Researchers
  • Life-long training and Career Developement
  • Industry-academia pathways and partnerships
  • ….

Europe seen from the outside (SESH)
People (Marie Curie)
MC Incoming International Fellowships (People)
  • - Research Infrastructures
  • Regions of knowledge
  • Science in Society
  • ….

Capacities (Infrastructures, research potential)
5
People - Marie Curie mobility actions 2007
  • Initial training of researchers
  • MC Networks for Initial Training (lt4 years
    research experience)
  • Life-long training and career development
    (experienced researchers)
  • Intra-European Fellowship for Career Development
  • European Reintegration Grants
  • - Co-funding of Regional/National/international
    programmes
  • Industry-academia pathways and partnerships
  • (early-stage experienced researchers,
    technical staff)
  • International dimension (experienced researchers)
  • - International Outgoing Fellowship for Career
    Development
  • - International Incoming Fellowships
  • - International Reintegration Grants
  • Specific actions
  • - Researchers Night, MC Awards 2007, ERA-MORE

6
People International dimension
  • MC International Incoming Fellowships (24 mill.
    Euro)
  • To reinforce European scientific excellence
    through knowledge sharing with incoming top-class
    researchers from third countries. To enhance
    collaborative links between European and
    third-country research
  • Individual experienced researchers from third
    countries to conduct research in EU/associciated
    country
  • ICPC (INCO) posibility to include a return
    phase to the country of origin
  • Contract with host organisations ICPC also with
    return host organisations
  • Duration 1-2 years, return phase 1 year
  • Publication February 07, Closure August 07

7
Ideas Frontier (basic) Research
  • European Research Council (ERC)
  • Any research field
  • Individual projects (researcher or
    national/transnational team)
  • Evaluated by excellence criterion (peer review)
  • Grant schemes Starting Independent Research
    Grant, Advanced Investigator Research Grant
  • Highly competitive. Best of best.

8
CAPACITIES PROGRAMME Science in Society
  • Science in society this activity in the
    Capacities programme will also play a role to
    ensure that society aspects are properly taken
    into account in all specific programmes, and that
    interactions between scientists and the wider
    public are deepened.
  • With a view to building an effective and
    democratic European Knowledge society, the aim is
    to stimulate the harmonious integration of
    scientific and technological endeavourand
    associated research policies in the European
    social web.
  • Mulig åpning for forskning på etikk

9
Er det aktuelt tema - og har en riktig
startinformasjon ?
Passer forskningen til planer/strategi ?
Har en int. nettverk - person/institusjon ?
Velge virkemiddel - fagl./adm. ressurser ?
Noen sentrale valg som må gjøres i vurderingen om
en skal delta i søknad til EUs rammeprogram
Partner eller koordinator ?
Finansiering ?
Beslutning forsker og ledelse
Skaffe informasjon, legge planer, etablere team,
kontakter, adm. ressurser, m.m.
10
Konkrete forslag til posisjonering for
innhenting av ekstern finansiering
  • Analysere hva slags program man bør søke
    finansiering fra
  • Lage handlingsplan for nettverksbygging nasjonalt
    og internasjonalt. Mål å komme i inngrep med og
    påvirke programutforming
  • Delta i fagpanel/ komitear/ programstyre for
    utvikling av prioriteringar
  • https//cordis.europa.eu/emmfp7/index.cfm?fuseacti
    onwel.welcome  

11
Why register as an expert evaluator?
  • Reading the unpublished proposals put forward by
    Europe's best scientists is never a waste of
    time.
  • Get insight into how some of the best European
    researchers think the state of the art should be
    advanced. You can read this 3 - 5 years before
    you can read the peer-reviewed journal papers.
  • When final selections are being made, in
    committees in Brussels, the good reviewers also
    get a chance to meet each other, discuss the
    development of European research in their field
    as shown by the proposals, and discuss with
    Commission officials where there are gaps in the
    research - what needs to be included in the next
    work programmes. 

12
Konkrete forslag til posisjonering for
innhenting av ekstern finansiering forts.
  • Organisere internevaluering av søknader /
    skrivegrupper
  • Organisere opplæring i søknadsskriving
  • Delta på skrivekurs (EU) Dr. Sean McCarthy
    planlagt for hele UiB 17.januar 2007

13
Cooperation Collaborative research
  • 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
  • Space

14
8. Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities
  • Practicalities
  • Main implementation tool Collaborative projects
  • Indicative budget 2007 WP 135 Million
  • Duration of projects normally three years
  • Minimum three partners from three different
    countries
  • Topic driven size of a consortium
  • EU is co-financing, so partners have to devote
    own resources to the project
  • Electronic submission

15

Theme 8. Socio-Economic Sciences and the
Humanities
  • Hvor er mitt topic?
  • Noen lesetips
  • Teksten er organisert slik at hvert "Topic" hører
    under et bredere "Area" og en mer
    overordnet "Activity".
  • Legg merke til bruken av ordene "could" og
    "should". 

16

8. Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities
  • Activities
  • 8.1 Growth, employment and competitiveness in a
    knowledge society the European case
  • 8.2 Combining economic, social and environmental
    objectives in a European perspective paths
    towards sustainable development
  • 8.3. Major trends in society and their
    implications
  • 8.4. Europe in the world
  • 8.5. Citizens in the European Union
  • 8.6 Socio-economic and scientific indicators
  • 8.7. Foresight activities
  • 8.8. Strategic Activities

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Theme 8 smakebiter
  • Activity 8.3
  • Major trends in society and their implications
  • ….
  • ….
  • Area 8.3.3
  • Cultural interactions in an international
    perspective
  • Topic 8.3.3.1
  • Cultural interactions and multiculturalism in
    European societies

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Theme 8 Topic 8.3.3.1 forts.
  • … analyse how European Union societies are
    tackling issues of multiculturalism, diversities
    and traditions in view of policies which can lead
    to a constructive, positive and peaceful
    coexistence of peoples. Research is needed on the
    cultural, historical, political, social,
    psychological, educational and economic factors
    which facilitate or prohibit the peaceful
    coexistence of different cultures. Topics should
    include an assessment of concepts and practices
    of multiculturalism as well as historical
    migrations and their related transport of
    different languages, cultures, ideas, and
    knowledge. The cultural interactions between
    migrant and minority groups and the host
    societies, their role in the construction of a
    more tolerant society and the conditions for this
    to take place are to be analysed. Issues of
    cultural/religious dominance, identity and
    belongings, intolerance, violence, racism and
    xenophobia both in the host society and within
    the different migrant groups should be addressed.
    The integration of minority groups should be
    addressed and better understood and the role of
    cultural policies, intercultural communication
    and dialogue in this context should be explored.
    The significance of language competence on the
    integration of different migrant groups and at
    different stages of the migrant cycle could in
    this context be analysed. Finally, the role of
    the media and public discourse in the formation
    and results of diverse coexisting cultures should
    be explored.
  • Funding scheme Small Collaborative projects and
    Specific International Cooperation Actions.

19

Theme 8 Smakebiter forts. Activity 8.4 Europe
in the World
  • Area 8.4.3. Europes changing role in the world
    - objective
  • To improve the understanding of the changing role
    of Europe in world affairs and how this is seen
    by people outside examine the implications of
    this for European policies and culture and for
    Europe's relations with other regions and
    countries.
  • Expected impact The projects should
  • advance the state of the art in the field with
    the contribution of various disciplines and area
    studies,
  • enhance cooperation between researchers in Europe
    and in the regions and countries under analysis,
  • allow the scholarly community to prepare for
    future steps towards engaging in a significant
    joint international research effort
  • increase awareness and information for the
    formulation or implementation of European
    cooperation initiatives in/with the regions and
    countries concerned,
  • devise and test strategies to inform media and
    public debate in Europe and/or the areas under
    analysis,
  • improve the contribution to formulation,
    development and implementation of policy at
    national or European level in relation to
    international institutions

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Theme 8 Topic 8.4.3.1 Europe seen from outside
  • … to develop non-Eurocentric analysis and
    awareness of the role of Europe in the world.
    Issues for research include how Europe at large,
    and the EU more specifically, are seen by people,
    elites, governments, media, literature and/or
    popular culture from outside Europe selecting
    and, where possible, comparing specific regions
    (e.g. Middle East, African regions, South East
    Asia, South America) or major countries (e.g.
    China, India, Brazil, United States) the
    influence of cultural, economic, historical,
    linguistic, political, religious and/or
    technological ties and divides in shaping such
    views, and factors that lead to change. Research
    could also address the perceptions of Europe by
    people who choose it as destination for migration
    or asylum, as well as perceptions of where
    European borders may be located. Another issue
    for analysis is how the ways Europe is seen from
    outside is reported within Europe and influences
    specific forms of cooperation (e.g. bilateral or
    multilateral, economic, diplomatic, scientific)
    and cultural dialogue between Europe and other
    regions and countries. Combinations of research
    issues and interdisciplinary approaches are
    encouraged full coverage of all issues is not
    essential.
  • Funding scheme Small collaborative projects and
    Specific International Cooperation Activities.

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Theme 6 Environment
  • Activities
  • 6.1 Climate change, pollution and risks
  • 6.2 Sustainable management of resources
  • 6.3 Environmental technologies
  • 6.4 Earth observation and assessment tools for
    sustainable development

22
Environment smakebiter
  • 6.4.2.1.3. Tools for impact assessment of
    sustainable development policies in international
    collaboration partner countries
  • .. to further develop tools for analysing key
    elements of sustainable development policies at
    the macro- and meso-economic levels, with
    particular attention to the effects of
    co-operation and trade policies as well as to the
    impacts of the delocalisation of EU activities.
    The participation of ICPC partners should be
    predominant in the project. (Specific
    International co-operation action)
  • Funding scheme collaborative projects (small or
    medium-scale focused research projects)
  • Expected impact Improved EU international
    development and research agendas through a better
    understanding of consequences of sustainable
    development policies in ICPC countries.

23
Environment smakebiter
  • INDICATIVE TOPICS FOR FUTURE YEARS (utdrag)
  • Conservation and sustainable management of
    natural and man-made resources and biodiversity
  • Socio-economic drivers and spatial dynamics in
    coastal areas
  • Models for integrated management of water
    resources
  • Public perception, behaviour and response to
    health risks
  • Environmental, social and economical asessment of
    drought risk approaches (EU and non EU
    perspective)
  • Public perception, behaviour and response to risks

24
Health
  • Biotechnology, generic tools and medical
    technologies for human health
  • 2. Translating research for human health
  • 3. Optimising the delivery of health care to
    European citizens

25
Health smakebiter
  • HEALTH-2007-2.3.1-3 An integrated platform for
    development and clinical evaluation of
    point-of-care diagnostic devices for microbial
    detection, antibiotic susceptibility
    determination and biomarkers. The objective is to
    establish a European diagnostic platform,
    supported by microbial strain genome collections,
    to develop and validate, in the clinical setting,
    cost-effective, simple, sensitive, specific,
    ubiquitous, fully automated, miniaturised, user
    friendly and rapid point-of-care diagnostic
    devices for microbial detection, antibiotic
    susceptibility determination and biomarkers with
    the aim to facilitate optimized prescription of
    antibiotics. ….. Proposals should address …..
    taking into account social, ethical,
    environmental, and economical factors that
    influence the adoption of new diagnostic
    technologies into health systems. Strong
    commitment by biotechnology companies is
    foreseen. Funding scheme Network of Excellence.

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Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology
  • Activity 1 Sustainable production and management
    of biological resources from land, forest and
    aquatic environments
  • Activity 2 Fork to farm Food, health and well
    being
  • Activity 3 Life Sciences and Biotechnology for
    sustainable non-food products and processes

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Food, Agriculture and Biotech. - smakebiter
  • Activity 2.1 Sustainable production and
    management of biological resources from land,
    forest and aquatic environments
  • Area 2.1.4 Socio-economic research and support to
    policies
  • Providing the tools needed by policy makers and
    other actors to support …
  • The Common Fisheries Policy
  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • the building of the European Knowledge Based
    Bio-Economy (KBBE)
  • the needs of rural and coastal development.

28
Food, Agriculture and Biotech. - smakebiter
  • 2-1-4-13 New sources of employment in rural
    areas The project will identify labour market,
    demographic and economic trends in rural areas
    across EU-27 and the potential for new sources of
    employment outside traditional primary and
    secondary sector activities. It will take into
    account the European Guidelines for Employment,
    technological change and the shift to a knowledge
    based economy. It will focus on human capital,
    skills and adaptability as well as demand for
    labour in sectors such as the provision of
    environmental services, recreational amenities
    and traditional skills. It will examine the
    interaction between different types of rural area
    (peri-urban, remote, high environmental/amenity
    value etc.) and the evolution of labour markets,
    travel to work areas and changing work patterns.
    It will identify employment growth areas where
    rural development programmes can be targeted to
    increase their contribution to employment
    creation.
  • Funding scheme Small collaborative project
  • Expected impact The project results will allow a
    better targeting of rural development measures
    and future evolution of rural development
    policies in line with the Lisbon Strategy.

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Food, Agriculture and Biotech. - smakebiter
  • 2.2-1-01 Networking of food consumer science in
    Europe and development and application of social
    and behavioural sciences to food research
  • The food consumer is critical to the food and
    agriculture industries in shaping demand and,
    particularly in this context, responding to new
    products (e.g. functional foods) and production
    methodologies (e.g. GMO safety). However, food
    consumer science is currently a rather poorly
    defined field involving a broad range of
    scientific disciplines from social anthropology,
    to economic science, from informatics to
    cognitive science, from nutrition to physiology,
    from psychology to social neuroscience, etc.
    There is therefore a need to develop new
    knowledge and new working methods in this field.
    The network should involve the most important
    disciplines and promote new knowledge through
    strengthening consumer science in Europe.
    Objectives of this topic will be the development
    of a critical mass (scientists, scientific
    disciplines, facilities, etc.), facilitation and
    promotion of data exchange, joint activities
    (protocols, metrics, collaborative studies, etc.)
    and comparability of research actions in the
    field of consumer science in food.
  • Funding scheme Network of Excellence

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Further information
  • FP7 in general
  • http//cordis.europa.eu/fp7/
  • Social sciences and humanities
  • http//cordis.europa.eu/citizens/
  • http//ec.europa.eu/research/social-sciences/index
    _en.htm

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Hvordan kan Forskningsavdelingen bistå?
  • Rådgivning i forhold til kontekst og kriterier
  • Astrid Bårdgard astrid.bardgard_at_fa.uib.no, tlf
    84983
  • Anne Marie Haga anne.haga_at_fa.uib.no, tlf 83865
  • Ekstern konsulent
  • Assistanse med søknadsskriving
  • Skrive-seminar (maler for søknadsoppsett)
  • Gjennomlesning / kommentarer / skriving
  • Søknadskjema og budsjett
  • Budsjettering
  • Mary Helle mary.helle_at_fa.uib.no, tlf 84996
  • Juridiske aspekter (Consortium Agreements and
    Contracts)
  • Kitty Amlie Tverrå, kitty.tverra_at_fa.uib.no, tlf
    84996
  • Signaturer
  • Liv Grethe Gudmundsen liv-grethe.gudmundsen_at_fa.ui
    b.no tlf 84 965
  • Mary Helle mary.helle_at_fa.uib.no, tlf 84996
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