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The European Research Area and the 6th Framework Programme. Dr Dimitri CORPAKIS CEC- DG Research dimitri.corpakis@cec.eu.int Aalborg 7 Nov. 2002. My talk. The Lisbon process The concept of the European Research Area Towards the 6th Framework Programme (2002-2006).

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    1. The European Research Area and the 6th Framework Programme Dr Dimitri CORPAKIS CEC- DG Research dimitri.corpakis@cec.eu.int Aalborg 7 Nov. 2002

    2. My talk • The Lisbon process • The concept of the European Research Area • Towards the 6th Framework Programme (2002-2006) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    3. The Lisbon Strategy and the Barcelona target • The vision: within 10 years (2010), Europe should become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge society in the world • Sustainable development, together with quantitative and qualitative improvement in employment; greater social cohesion; improvement of the labour market; better governance; life-long learning and people mobility • Through an “Open method of co-ordination and benchmarking” (as a continuous, mutual learning process) • RTDI a top priority for the EU (this was repeated in Barcelona, last March, where the ambitious goal of GDP 3% average investment in RTD was set. New Commission Communication on “More Research for Europe” adopted September 2002) • ERA became one of the cornerstones of the Lisbon strategy • Strong message for all parties involved and the S&T community CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    4. European Research Area: the concept • A new vision for European research • Re-invent the European research landscape • avoid 15+1 policy framework • reduce fragmentation of effort • improve use of scarce resources • improve organisation of research • move to a really European research policy • mobilise all operators: the Union’s Institutions, the Member States, the Regions, the Public S&T and the business R&D communities • build a new, lasting partnership CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    5. 7 questions for European research Finding the right balance: • Concentration  limited number of priorities • Present priorities  future needs • Basic research  applied research • Industrial competitiveness  other EU policies • Established centres  new teams • Efficient management  European dimension CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    6. About the Framework Programme • The Framework Programme has been traditionally a policy planning tool for research and technological development at EU level. Historically it has been used as an instrument to promote transnational co-operation by supporting collaborative RTD. • Now it will serve to build the European Research Area CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    7. New ERA and FP organising principles • Networks of excellence / Virtual laboratories / Strong programming character • Integrated Projects / Results oriented partnerships • Joint implementation of national programmes • A European approach to research infrastructures • Greater researchers’ mobility / Improving the attraction of Europe for researchers from other parts of the world • Greater coherence of research activities CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    8. Global partnerships evolution • Larger networks / lasting integration • Broader participation • Public private schemes • Increased SMEs presence • Regional involvement / Clusters CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    9. European collaboration under the Framework Programme • The University - Industry transnational consortium, cornerstone of European R&D collaboration • Often survived proposal evaluation rejection and continued without Community funding • A craddle for SME / University colaboration, also for outsourced research • Currently in shared-cost projects, thematic networks, concerted actions, mobility of researchers CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    10. Community RTDthe story so far • 1957: EURATOM treaty; Joint Research Centre set up • 1983: ESPRIT programme • 1984: First Framework Programme (1984-1987), followed by 4 successive Framework Programmes (up to 2002) • 1987: “European Single Act” - research and tecnological development enters in the Treaty; Second Framework Programme (1987-1991) • 1993: Maastricht Treaty on European Union; role of RTD in the EU enlarged • 2000: Concept of ERA backed by Lisbon European Council • 2002: Adoption of the Sixth Framework Programme (2002- 2006) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    11. How we grew: evolution of the European Union’s RTD framework programme budget CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    12. EU research:changing priorities CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    13. Sixth Framework Programme 2002-2006 • Commission proposal: February 2001 • Adoption by Council and Parliament: June 2002 • Instrumental for implementation of the European Research Area (ERA) • Proposed and final budget: EUR 17.5 billion Budget: EUR 17.5 billion (+17% compared to 5th Framework Programme) • = ~ 6% of the EU’s public (civilian) research budget Some figures: CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    14. Framework programme 2002-2006 • Financial instrument for implementing ERA • Three main blocks of activities • Integrating research (7+1 priorities).Priority instruments (others as well): • Networks of excellence • Integrated Projects • Members State programmes carried out jointly • Structuring ERA (research and innovation, human resources-mobility, infrastructures, science-society) • Strengthening the ERA foundations CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    15. FP6 adopted Specific Programmes (5) • For the EC Framework Programme: • A specific programme on "Integrating and strengthening the European Research Area" for the two blocks of activities "Integrating research" and "Strengthening the foundations of the European Research Area" of the Framework Programme proposal. • A specific programme on "Structuring the European Research Area". • A specific programme for JRC activities. • For the EURATOM Framework Programme: • A specific programme for all the indirect actions in the fields of nuclear fission and fusion • A specific programme for JRC activities. CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    16. Sixth Framework Programme- Main components - STRENGTHENING the foundations of the European Research Area FOCUSING and INTEGRATING European research STRUCTURING the European Research Area • BASIC PRINCIPLES Structuring effect: through a stronger link with national, regional and other European initiatives Coordination - Simplification Concentration: on selected priority research areas CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    17. Sixth Framework Programme CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    18. Sixth Framework Programme (EC) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    19. Sixth Framework Programme CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    20. Framework programme 2002-2006:Typology of proposed thematic priorities Industrial competitiveness Nanotechnologies, new production processes Aeronautics and space Support for innovation Information society Support for SMEs Genomics and biotechnology for health Human resources and mobility of researchers Sustainable development and global change Dissemination and support Cutting-edge research Food safety and health risks Governance Science-society, ethics Governance, citizenship CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    21. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Advanced genomics and its application for health • Fundamental knowledge and basic tools for functional genomics in all organisms: gene expression and proteomics, structural genomics, bioinformatics, etc. • Application of knowledge and technologies in genomics and biotechnology for health: technological platforms, prevention and therapeutic tools, etc. • Combating major diseases • Application-oriented genomic approaches to medical knowledge and technologies: diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, resistance to antibiotics, brain and ageing, etc. • Cancer • Major poverty-linked infectious diseases: aids, malaria and tuberculosis CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    22. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Information Society technologies • Applied IST research addressing major societal and economic challenges: security, societal challenges, ‘ambient intelligence’, electronic commerce, etc • Communication, computing and software technologies • Components and microsystems • Knowledge and interface technologies CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    23. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Information Society technologies • Nanotechnologies and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials, and new production processes and devices • Nanotechnologies and nanosciences: long-term research, supramolecular architectures and macromolecules, nano-biotechnologies, applications in health, chemistry etc • Knowledge-based multifunctional materials: fundamental knowledge; production, transformation and processing technologies, etc • New production processes and devices: flexible and intelligent manufacturing systems, systems research and hazard control, clean and safe production, optimisation of life cycles, etc CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    24. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Information Society technologies • Nanotechnologies and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials, and new production processes and devices • Aeronautics and space • Aeronautics: competitiveness of the industry (new aircraft, engines etc); improving environmental impact (emissions and noise); safety; increasing the capacity of the air transport system (‘Single European Sky’) • Space: research relevant to Galileo (satellite navigation) and GMES (monitoring for environment and security); satellite telecommunications (integrating terrestrial networks and space systems) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    25. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Information Society technologies • Nanotechnologies and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials, and new production processes and devices • Aeronautics and space • Food quality and safety • Epidemiology of food-related diseases and allergies • Impact of food on health • ‘Traceability’ processes all along the production chain • Methods of analysis, detection and control • Safer and environmentally friendly production methods and healthier foodstuffs • Impact of animal feed on human health • Environmental health risks CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    26. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Information Society technologies • Nanotechnologies and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials, and new production processes and devices • Aeronautics and space • Food safety and health risks • Sustainable development and global change • Sustainable energy systems: clean energy, energy savings, alternative motor fuels, fuel cells, energy carriers/transport/storage, etc • Sustainable surface transport: environmentally friendly transport, interoperability, safety, etc • Global change and ecosystems: greenhouse gas emissions, water cycle, biodiversity, natural disasters, land management, climate modelling, etc CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    27. The 7 thematic priorities • Genomics and biotechnology for health • Information Society technologies • Nanotechnologies and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials, and new production processes and devices • Aeronautics and space • Food safety and health risks • Sustainable development and global change • Citizens and governance in the European knowledge-based society • Knowledge-based society and social cohesion: generation/ distribution/use of knowledge; development of a knowledge-based society; variety of paths towards a knowledge-based society; etc • Citizenship, democracy and new forms of governance: consequences of EU integration, enlargement; new forms of governance; resolution of conflicts; citizenship and cultural identities CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    28. The 8th Priority:Specific activities covering a wider field of research • 7 thematic priorities • Specific activities covering a wider field of research : • Supporting policies and anticipating scientific and technological needs: activities in support of EU policies and research responding to new and emerging needs (annual programming) • Horizontal research activities involving SMEs: to boost technological capacities of SMEs in traditional or new areas and develop their ability to operate internationally (co-operative and collective research) • Specific measures in support of international co-operation: developing countries, Mediterranean countries including the Western Balkans; Russia and the CIS CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    29. International co-operation activities • Participation of third countries in the thematic priorities & • Specific activities (in support of the EU’s foreign policy and development aid policy) Third countries : countries which are not members of the EU and not associated with the Framework Programme. CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    30. SMEs • General activities • At least 15% of the total budget allocated to SMEs • Taking into consideration specific regional economic and social situations • Support for technological needs of SMEs • Specific activities • ‘Co-operative research’: carried out by research centres for SMEs or by high-tech SMEs in collaboration with research centres and universities • ‘Collective research’: carried out by research centres for industrial associations or industry groupings in entire sectors of industry dominated by SMEs CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    31. Sixth Framework Programme CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    32. Structuring the ERA: four categories of activity • Research and innovation • Networking the players and users • Encouraging trans-regional co-operation • New tools and approaches concerning technological innovation • Putting services in place and consolidating them (CORDIS) • Economic and technological intelligence • Analysing innovation in EU-funded research projects CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    33. Structuring the ERA: four categories of activity • Research and innovation • Human resources and mobility • Host-driven actions: MC (Marie Curie) research training networks, MC host fellowships for early stage research training, MC host fellowships for the transfer of knowledge, MC conferences and training courses • Individual-driven actions: MC intra-European fellowships, MC outgoing/incoming international fellowships, • Excellence promotion and recognition: MC excellence grants, MC excellence awards, MC chairs • Return and reintegration mechanisms CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    34. Structuring the ERA: four categories of activity • Research and innovation • Human resources and mobility • Research infrastructures • Transnational access to research infrastructures • Integrating activities • Communication network development • Design studies • Development of new infrastructures CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    35. Structuring the ERA: four categories of activity • Research and innovation • Human resources and mobility • Research infrastructures • Science/society • Bringing research closer to society: science and governance, scientific advice and reference systems • Responsible research and application of science and technology: ethics, uncertainty, risk, precautionary principle • Stepping up the science/society dialogue and women in science: public understanding, young people’s interest in scientific careers, women and science CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    36. Sixth Framework Programme CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    37. Strengthening the foundations of ERA: two categories of activity (I) • Support for the co-ordination of activities (all S&T fields eligible / some examples below): • Co-ordination of national activitiesin areas such as: • Health: major diseases, diseases linked to poverty, development of European databases, co-ordination of clinical trials etc. • Biotechnology: non-health and non-food applications • Environment: urban environment, marine environment, seismic risk • Energy: new generation of power plants, energy storage etc. • Co-ordination at the European level • Other co-operation frameworks (COST etc) • Joint initiatives of specialised European scientific organisations (CERN, ESA? ESO, EMBL etc) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    38. Strengthening the foundations of ERA: two categories of activity (II) • Coherent development of research and innovation policies in Europe • Analyses and studies (foresight, indicators etc.) • Benchmarking of research and innovation policies • Mapping excellence in Europe • Regulatory and administrative environment for research and innovation CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    39. Three new instruments • Networks of excellence • Integrated projects • Programmes implemented jointly In priority thematic areas, the new instruments: • Will be used from the start of FP6 • As a priority means, while maintaining the use of specific targeted projects and co-ordination actions • Will be assessed in 2004 CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    40. Framework programme 2002-2006:New priority instruments • Networks of excellence • Lasting integration of research capacities / Implementation of joint programmes or activities • Genuine ‘virtual centres of excellence’ / Operational autonomy • Gradual integration of work programmes / Selected on the basis of calls for proposals • Integrated projects • Actions with a real European scope / Involving significant mobilisation of stake-holders • High level of autonomy / Implemented through overall financing plans • Selected on the basis of calls for proposals • Programmes carried out jointly • Financial participation in national programmes carried out jointly (article 169 of the Treaty) • Specific implementation structure • Development or running of common infrastructures CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    41. Additional instruments • Specific targeted research or innovation projects • Specific research projects for SMEs • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • Co-ordination actions • Specific support actions • Integrated infrastructure initiatives CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    42. Other instruments • Specific targeted research or innovation projects: • Specific targeted research projects: to improve competitiveness; need to be sharply focussed; either a RTD project (to gain knowledge) or a demonstration project (to prove the viability of new technologies which cannot be commercialised directly) • Specific targeted innovation projects: to test, validate and disseminate new innovation concepts and methods • Specific research projects for SMEs • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • Co-ordination actions • Specific support actions • Integrated infrastructure initiatives CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    43. Other instruments (continued) • Specific targeted research or innovation projects • Specific research projects for SMEs • Co-operative research projects undertaken for the benefit of a number of SMEs on themes of common interest • Collective research projects carried out for industrial associations or industry groupings in sectors where SMEs are prominent • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • Coordination actions • Specific support actions • Integrated infrastructure initiatives CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    44. Other instruments (continued) • Specific targeted research or innovation projects • Specific research projects for SMEs • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • To promote training, development of expertise or transfer of knowledge • To support actions undertaken by individuals, host structures (including training networks) and European research teams • Coordination actions • Specific support actions • Integrated infrastructure initiatives CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    45. Other instruments (continued) • Specific targeted research or innovation projects • Specific research projects for SMEs • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • Coordination actions • To support co-ordinated initiatives undertaken by a range of stakeholders involved in research and innovation (with the aim of improving integration) • Actions: conferences, meetings, studies, exchange of personnel, exchange of good practices, information systems, expert groups etc • Specific support actions • Integrated infrastructure initiatives CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    46. Other instruments (continued) • Specific targeted research or innovation projects • Specific research projects for SMEs • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • Coordination actions • Specific support actions • To complement FP6 implementation • To prepare future RTD activities (monitoring, assessment, etc) • Actions: conferences, meetings, studies, awards, information and communication activities, support of research infrastructures (e.g. feasibility studies) etc • Integrated infrastructure initiatives CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    47. Other instruments (continued) • Specific targeted research or innovation projects • Specific research projects for SMEs • Actions to promote and develop human resources and mobility • Coordination actions • Specific support actions • Integrated infrastructure initiatives • To reinforce and develop research infrastructures in order to provide services at European level • Must combine networking activities with support (e.g. transnational access) or research (e.g. to improve performance) • Financing for new infrastructures is excluded (see ‘Specific support actions’) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    48. Sixth Framework Programme (Euratom) CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    49. EURATOM activities • Waste treatment and storage: • Long-term storage etc. • Reducing the impact of waste and the hazards associated with waste etc. • Controlled thermonuclear fusion: • Fusion physics and technology • Activities related to ‘Next Step’/ITER • Other activities: • Radiation protection • Safer processes for the exploitation of nuclear energy • Joint Research Centre: • Nuclear safety and security • Measurements and reference materials CEC- DG RTD / DCORP

    50. The FP6 Timeline CEC- DG RTD / DCORP