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Title: Towards the Seventh Framework Programme 2007-2013


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Towards the Seventh Framework Programme2007-2013
Building Europe Knowledge
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RD European weaknesses
EU-25 US Japan
RD intensity ( of GDP) (3) 1.97 2.59 3.12
Share of RD financed by industry () (2) 55.9 63.1 73.9
Researchers per thousand labour force (FTE) (3) 5.5 9.0 9.7
Share of world scientific publications () (3) 38.3 31.1 9.6
Scientific publications per million population (3) 639 809 569
Share of world triadic patents () (1) 31.5 34.3 26.9
Patents per million population (1) 30.5 53.1 92.6
High-tech exports as a share of total manufacturing exports () (3) 19.7 28.5 26.5
Share of world high-tech exports () (2) 16.7 20.0 10.6
Note (1) 2000 data (2) 2002 data (3) 2003 data
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Why research at European level?
  • Pooling and leveraging resources
  • Resources are pooled to achieve critical mass
  • Leverage effect on private investments
  • Interoperability and complementarity of big
    science
  • Fostering human capacity and excellence in ST
  • Stimulate training and international mobility of
    researchers
  • Improve ST capabilities
  • Stimulate competition in research
  • Better integration of European RD
  • Create scientific base for pan-European policy
    challenges
  • Encourage coordination of national policies
  • Effective comparative research at EU-level
  • Efficient dissemination of research results

4
Why double 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

5
Why double the FP7budget?
  • 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

6
Whats new ?
  • Main new elements compared to FP6
  • Annual budget doubled (EUR 5 billion ?10 billion)
  • Basic research ( EUR 1.5 billion per year)
  • Simplification of procedures
  • Logistical and administrative tasks transferred
    to external structures

7
Specific Programmes
FP7 2007 -2013
Cooperation Collaborative research
Ideas Frontier Research
People Human Potential
Capacities Research Capacity

JRC (non-nuclear)
JRC (nuclear)
Euratom
8
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

9
5. Energy
More on Energy
10
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
Coordination of non-Community research
programmes (ERA-NET ERA-NET Article 169)
International Cooperation
11
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
More on Technology platforms and JTI
12
People Human Potential
More on Human Potential
13
Capacities Research Capacity
  • Research Infrastructures
  • Research for the benefit of SMEs
  • Regions of Knowledge
  • Research Potential
  • Science in Society
  • Activities of International Cooperation

14
Dissemination of EU RD results
  • Need to strengthenthe diffusion and use of
    project outputs(industry, policy makers,
    standardization bodies, etc.)
  • At project level, funding of
  • Innovation-related activities within RTD projects
    knowledge protection and management, technology
    transfer, take-up by SMEs, etc.
  • Assistance by external experts (as necessary)
  • In all thematic areas
  • Funding of networking initiatives, seminars,
    brokerage events (most notably FP results)
  • Focused on specific fields or user groups

15
Dissemination of EU RD results (2)
  • Complementary actions under the new CIP
  • Networks providing knowledge/technology transfer
    services (e.g. Innovation Relay Centres)
  • Assistance service for IPR management (in
    particular to participants in FP projects)
    (IPR-Helpdesk)
  • Actions to foster innovation networks and
    innovation clusters
  • Support to projects or programmes for the
    dissemination and take-up of innovative
    technologies
  • CORDIS (dissemination of results, incl. CORDIS
    Marketplace)

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Complementarities between FP7 and CIP
FP7-RTD CIP
Funding of projects Research, technological development and demonstration Take-up of proven technologies environmental, ICT and Energy-efficiency
SMEs participation in Research Simplification Definition of thematic content Specific schemes for SMEs Actions promoting SMEs participation in FP7
Access to finance  Risk Sharing Finance Facility  for large European RTD projects and infrastructures (with EIB) Risk capital (start-up and expansion) SMEs Guarantee facility SMEs loan securitisation
Dissemination of knowledge Within projects In thematic areas Networks providing innovation support services
Regions Research driven clusters Innovation clusters
17
FP7 Timetable
18
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

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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.
20
7th Framework Programme Budget
21
The Competitiveness Innovation framework
Programme (2007-2013)
22
CIP and the renewed Lisbon
  • A more attractive place to invest and work
  • Knowledge and innovation are the beating
  • heart of European growth
  • Allowing our businesses to create more and
  • better jobs

23
Challenges
  • The EU entrepreneurial spirit remains weak
  • Europe lags behind the US in 10 out of 11
    innovation indicators, particularly in investing
    in ICT
  • Europe is not fully exploiting its potential in
    bringing to market environmentally-friendly
    technologies

24
Why CIP?
  • Bring together EU programmes relevant to
    productivity, innovation, competitiveness
  • Better impact, visibility and effectiveness
  • Common instruments for better synergies
    simplification
  • Principle of continuity
  • Autonomy in subprogrammes

25
Consultation messages
  • Innovation and synergies with 7 FP RTD
  • SMEs should be transversal
  • Genuine integration between components
  • Take stock of what has been done
  • User friendly to enhance SME participation

26
Joining the Dots
MAP Enterprise Programme
Intelligent Energy Europe
LIFE Environment
eCONTENT
eTEN
Modinis
Innovation

4 common objectives
1. ENTERPRISE (PARTICULARLY SME) COMPETITIVENESS
2. INNOVATION AND ECO-INNOVATION
3. COMPETITIVE, INNOVATIVE INCLUSIVE
INFORMATION SOCIETY
4. ENERGY EFFICIENCY NEW/RENEWABLE ENERGY
SOURCES
27
CIP Structure
LEGAL ACT (Arts. 157(3), 175(1), 156)
Common Objectives Overall budget Instruments
SMEs
The Enterprise Innovation Progr.
ICT Policy Progr.
Intelligent Energy Europe Progr.
ECO Technologies
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The Intelligent Energy programme
  • SAVE Energy efficiency rational use of
    resources
  • Specific measures in industry buildings and for
    energy using products support legislative
    measures
  • ALTENER New renewable energy sources
  • Energy Diversification integrate new and
    renewable energy sources support legislative
    measures
  • STEER Energy in transport
  • Energy efficiency and diversification in
    transport, renewable fuels support legislative
    measures
  • The external dimension Coopener will
    continue, but in the frame of the international
    cooperation instruments

29
Intelligent Energy the challenges
  • EUs Supply Security external dependence at 50
    (70 in 2030)
  • Environment CO2 emissions in 2030 can exceed
    those of 1990 by 14
  • Energy consumption represents 94 of greenhouse
    gases emissions
  • Transport alone accounts for 90 of the increases
    of CO2 emissions
  • ?
  • Negative impact on
  • implementation of Lisbon Strategy
  • competitiveness position of EU industry
  • Unions trade balance
  • respecting international environmental commitments

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Intelligent Energy Projects
  • Promotion and Dissemination, incl. awareness
    raising, education/training, networking, energy
    agencies, strategic studies for
    preparation/review of legislation, monitor
    implementation of regulatory framework
  • Market Replication of just-proven technologies of
    European interest, bridging the gap between the
    demonstration and the mass deployment of
    innovative technologies
  • management assisted by
  • Intelligent Energy Executive Agency

31
CIP Budget breakdown
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