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Title: Towards the Seventh Framework Programme 2007-2013


1
Towards the Seventh Framework Programme2007-2013
Building Europe Knowledge
European Commission Research DG COM(2005)119
final, 6 April 2005 Specific Programmes
Proposal, adopted 21 September 2005
2
Lisbon strategy
ST contributes to the Lisbon objectives
economic growth, employment creation,
environmental protection, social challenges
fight poverty, improve human health and quality
of life (GSM, remote working, safe roads, etc.)
3
Whats new ?
  • Main new elements compared to FP6
  • Basic research ( EUR 1,5 billion/year)
  • Many novelties under Research Capacities
  • Annual budget doubled (from EUR 5 billion to 10
    billion)
  • Logistical and administrative tasks transferred
    to external structures
  • Simplification of procedures

4
Why increase the FP7 budget?
  • Tackle under-investment by exerting leverage on
    national and private investment
  • Increase EU spending on RD 1.97 of GDP vs
    2.59 (US)
  • Help leverage business RD (EU wide projects,
    solutions and market)
  • Brings EU public RD spending to 0.96 of GDP
    (close to 1 target)
  • Encourage Member States
  • Tackle fragmentation of research effort in the EU
    and enhance its efficiency and effectiveness
  • Achieve critical mass, share knowledge and
    facilities
  • Better dissemination across the EU
  • More excellence through EU wide competition
  • Less fragmentation through stronger coordination

5
Why increase the FP7 budget?
  • Widen the scope of the FP
  • Launch essential new initiatives
  • Reinforce existing successful actions
  • Help to meet new ST challenges
  • Rising costs of research mean that higher funding
    is needed to produce same impacts
  • New research fields are emerging (hydrogen
    economy etc)
  • Reinvigorate the Lisbon strategy
  • Objective to become the most dynamic
    knowledge-based economy
  • Supports the integration and attractiveness of
    the ERA
  • Contributes to increased competitiveness
  • Contributes to sustainable development

6
Specific Programmes (21 September 2005)
FP7 2007 - 2013
Cooperation Collaborative research
Ideas Frontier Research
People Human Potential
Capacities Research Capacity

JRC (non-nuclear)
JRC (nuclear)
Euratom
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Cooperation Collaborative research
  • 9 Thematic Priorities
  • 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
  • Euratom Fusion energy research, nuclear
    fission and radiation protection

8
5. Energy
  • KEY CHALLENGES
  • Global energy demand predicted to increase
    by 60 over the next 30 years
  • EU energy dependency could rise from 50 to
    70 by 2030 damaging volatility of oil prices
    and geopolitical instability
  • Over 90 of EU CO2 emissions, causing
    climate change, are attributable to energy
  • Global energy investments of 12 trillion
    required up to 2030 huge market potential, but
    EU under severe threat from global
    competitors

9
5. Energy
OBJECTIVE Transforming the current fossil-fuel
based energy system into a more sustainable one
based on a diverse portfolio of energy sources
and carriers combined with enhanced energy
efficiency, to address the pressing challenges of
security of supply and climate change, whilst
increasing the competitiveness of Europes energy
industries.
10
5. Energy
Energy savings and energy efficiency
Hydrogen and fuel cells
Renewable electricity generation
CO2 capture and storage technologies for zero
emission power generation
Renewable fuel production
Clean coal technologies
Smart energy networks
Renewables for heating and cooling
Knowledge for energy policy making
11
Cooperation Collaborative research
  • Under each theme there will be sufficient
    flexibility to address
  • both Emerging needs and Unforeseen policy needs
  • Dissemination of knowledge and transfer of
    results will be supported in all thematic areas
  • Support will be implemented across all themes
    through

Collaborative research (Collaborative projects
Networks of Excellence Coordination/support
actions)
Joint Technology Initiatives May Take the Form of
Joint Undertakings Article 171 of the Treaty
Coordination of non-Community research
programmes (ERA-NET ERA-NET Article 169)
International Cooperation
12
Joint Technology Initiatives
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for a Sustainable
Energy Future
Aeronautics and Air Transport
Towards new Nanoelectronics Approaches
Innovative Medicines for the Citizens of Europe
Embedded systems
Other possible themes to be identified later
13
Ideas Frontier Research
  • Enhance dynamism, creativity and excellence of
    European research
  • Supporting investigator-driven research
    projects across all fields
  • Projects can be carried out by individual teams
    in competition at the European level

14
People Human Potential
15
Capacities Research Capacity
Research Infrastructures
Research for the benefit of SMEs
Regions of Knowledge
Research Potential
Science in Society
Activities of International Cooperation
16
FP7 Timetable
17
Information
  • EU research http//europa.eu.int/comm/research
  • EU energy research rtd-energy_at_cec.eu.int
  • Specific programme FP7proposals
  • http//www.cordis.lu/fp7 http//europa.eu.int/co
    mm/research/future/index_en.cfm
  • Six Framework Programme
  • http//europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp6/index_en.h
    tml
  • Information on research programmes and projects
    http//www.cordis.lu
  • Call information and documentation
  • http//fp6.cordis.lu/fp6/calls.cfm

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Thank you for your attention
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32.2.296.42.88 E-mail manuel.sanchez-jimenez_at_cec
.eu.int
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5. Energy
Hydrogen and fuel cells Integrated action to
provide a strong technological foundation for
competitive EU fuel cell and hydrogen industries,
for stationary, portable and transport
applications. The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
European Technology Platform helps this activity
by proposing an integrated research and
deployment strategy Possible Joint Technology
Initiative
Smart energy networks To increase the efficiency,
safety and reliability of the European
electricity and gas systems and networks e.g. by
transforming the current electricity grids into
an interactive (customers/operators) service
network and to remove obstacles to the
large-scale deployment and effective integration
of distributed and renewable energy sources
20
5. Energy
Renewable electricity generation Technologies to
increase overall conversion efficiency, driving
down the cost of electricity production from
indigenous renewable energy sources, and the
development and the demonstration of technologies
suited to different regional conditions
Renewable fuel production Integrated conversion
technologies to develop and drive down the unit
cost of solid, liquid and gaseous (including
hydrogen) fuels produced from renewable energy
sources, aiming at the cost-effective production
and use of carbon-neutral fuels, in particular
liquid biofuels for transport
Renewables for heating and cooling Technologies
to increase efficiencies and drive down the costs
of heating and cooling from renewable energy
sources, ensuring their use in different regional
conditions
21
5. Energy
CO2 capture and storage technologies for zero
emission power generation To drastically reduce
the environmental impact of fossil fuel use
aiming at highly efficient power generation
plants with near zero emissions, based on CO2
capture and storage technologies
Clean coal technologies To substantially improve
plant efficiency, reliability and cost through
development and demonstration of clean coal
conversion technologies
22
5. Energy
Energy savings and energy efficiency New concepts
and technologies to improve energy efficiency and
savings for buildings, services and industry.
This includes the integration of strategies and
technologies for energy efficiency, the use of
new and renewable energy technologies and energy
demand management
Knowledge for energy policy making Development of
tools, methods and models to assess the main
economic and social issues related to energy
technologies and to provide quantifiable targets
and scenarios for medium and long term horizons
23
Ideas Frontier Research
ERC European Research Council
Commission
Scientific Council
  • Preparation of work programme
  • Set up of peer review pool of reviewers,
    nomination of review panels, evaluation
    guidelines
  • Oversight of the evaluation procedure
  • Annual scientific report
  • Approval of work programme, as defined by the
    Scientific Council
  • Instruction to implement work programme
  • Approval of annual implementation report
  • Information to programme committee

Externalised tasks
  • Information and support to applicants
  • Reception / eligibility of proposals
  • Organisation and execution of evaluation
  • Selection decision
  • Scientific and financial follow-up of contracts
  • Annual implementation report

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