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Universit degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria 10 dicembre 2013

Horizon 2020
IL NUOVO FRAMEWORK IN RICERCA E INNOVAZIONE FOCUS SU MARIE SKLODOWSKA-CURIE (MSCA)

Agenda
Che cos APRE? Il contesto politico e strategico verso Horizon 2020: Europa 2020 e Innovation Union Larchitettura di Horizon 2020 Horizon 2020 - Regole di Partecipazione Focus su Marie Skodowska-Curie (MSCA): Struttura e regole di partecipazione Innovative Training Networks (ITN) Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes (COFUND) Individual Fellowships (IF)
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Ente di ricerca non profit

1989 - nasce come Task Force del Ministero


dellUniversit e della Ricerca.

23 anni di
esperienza

MISSION
Promuovere e Supportare la Partecipazione Italiana ai programmi europei di ricerca su sviluppo e innovazione Migliorare la Qualit della partecipazione italiana nei programmi europei di ricerca su sviluppo e innovazione.

[COSA APRE?]

[SERVIZI APRE]

Associazioni

Una rete di oltre 100 Soci


54 Universit 37 Enti di Ricerca Pubblici / Privati 4 Finanza 4 Organismi del Sistema Camerale 7 Pubblica Amministrazione Enti Locali 5 Associazioni di Categoria

industriali

Finanza

Camere di Commercio

APRE
Enti pubblici Parchi Scientifici

Centri di ricerca

Universit

[INTERLOCUTORI]

Collaborazione con il MIUR


Capo di Gabinetto

MINISTRO

Cons. diplom.

STRATEGIA

APRE NCPs ESP ad hoc EPR UNIV

AS RPUE

DG Research

Technical Secretariat Operational coordiantion (task force)

REG

Impres e

D1 NCP1 APRE
ESP1a ESP1b ESP1c

D2

D3

D 13
NCP14 APRE

D 14

DELEGATI

ESP14a ESP14b ESP14c

Source: MIUR http://hubmiur.pubblica.istruzione.it/web/ministero/cs300713

Verso un unico programma R&D&I

2007 - 2013

Innovation Union

2014 -2020

R&D 7FP

Innovazione CIP R&D&I HORIZON 2020

EIT -European Institute For Innovation and Technology

TOTAL BUDGET 53 miliardi

Programmi Specifici
Cooperation Capacities People Ideas

Cooperation
Approccio top down Ricerca del topic di interesse Consorzio transnazionale

Capacities
Approccio bottom - up Proprio tema di ricerca Consorzio transnazionale

People
Approccio bottom up Azioni Marie Curie Mobilit dei ricercatori

Ideas
Approccio bottom - up Eccellenza unico criterio Ricercatori individuali

STRUTTURA 7PQ - PROGRAMMI SPECIFICI


Cooperazione Ricerca su temi specifici
4 programmi specifici
32.413 7.510 4.750 4.097 1.751

Idee Ricerca di frontiera Persone Formazione e mobilit Capacit Ricerca ed Innovazione

JRC

Centro Comune di Ricerca (non-nucleare)

Eura tom

Euratom per ricerca nucleare e attivit di formazione

2.751

FP7 in Key Figures


113.000 Applications (103.000 evaluated proposals) 485.000 20.000 Participants in evaluated proposals Proposals retained

103.000 Participants in proposals retained 45% Universities 26% Industry (17% SME) 25% Research Organisation 32.8 170 Billions uro --> EU funding Countries participating
Sixth FP7 Monitoring Report, 07/08/2013

Strategia per una crescita intelligente, sostenibile e inclusiva

Europa 2020
Innovation Union Iniziativa faro di sostegno alla ricerca e allinnovazione

Horizon 2020
Quadro strategico comune su ricerca e innovazione (2014- 2020)
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"Innovation Union and Horizon 2020: ways to excellence in science, competitive industries and a better society"
Mire Geoghegan-Quinn European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Febbraio 2012

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Europa 2020 - 5 obiettivi


OCCUPAZIONE 75% of the population aged 20-64 should be employed

R & INNOVAZIONE

3% del PIL dei Paesi EU investito in R&D


A reduction of CO2 emissions by 20%

CLIMA / ENERGIA

A share of renewable energies up to 20% An increase in energy efficiency by 20%

FORMAZIONE

The share of early school leavers should be under 10% At least 40% of the younger generation should have a degree or diploma

POVERTA

20 million fewer people should be at risk of poverty


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Le 7 Flagship Initiatives

Smart Growth
Innovation

Sustainable Growth
Climate, energy and mobility Resource efficient Europe

Inclusive Growth
Employment and skills An agenda for new skills and jobs

Innovation Union
Education Youth on the move

Digital society A digital agenda for Europe

Competitiveness An industrial policy for the globalisation era

Fighting poverty European platform against poverty

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La Innovation Union/1

1. Training researchers

2. University ranking system

3. Developing new curricula

4. ERA Framework

5. European Research infrastructures

6. Programmes focusing on EU2020

7. Involvement of SMEs in R&I

8. Forum on Forward Looking Activities

9. EIT to expand its activities

10. New financial instruments for private finance

11. Free Venture Capital funds

12. Cross-border matching of innovative firms

13. Review of State aid R&D&I

14. EU Patent

15. Screening of key regulatory frameworks

16. Modernise standard-setting

17. Precommercial and public procurements

18. Ecoinnovation action plan

19. European Design Board

20. Open access

21. Knowledge transfer

22. European market for patents and licensing

23. Safeguard of IPRs

24. Smart Specialisation

25. Focus on Innovation in the next Structural Funds

26. European Social innovation pilot

27. Research programmes on public sector and social innovation

28. Partners consultation on knowledge economy

29. European Innovation Partnerships

30. Policies for researchers to reside in Europe

31. Scientific cooperation with third countries

32. International agreements on research infrastructures

33. MS to carry out self assessments

34. New indicator for fast-growing companies and monitoring

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La Innovation Union/2
RAFFORZARE LA BASE DI CONOSCENZE E RIDURNE LA FRAMMENTAZIONE PORTARE LE BUONE IDEE AL MERCATO

Promuovere l'eccellenza nel campo dell'istruzione e dello sviluppo delle competenze Costruire lo Spazio europeo della ricerca Concentrare gli strumenti di finanziamento dell'Unione sugli obiettivi prioritari dell'Unione dell'innovazione Promuovere l'Istituto europeo di innovazione e tecnologia (EIT) in quanto modello per la gestione dell'innovazione in Europa

Potenziare l'accesso ai finanziamenti per le imprese innovative Realizzare un mercato unico per l'innovazione Promuovere l'apertura e trarre vantaggio dal potenziale creativo europeo

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Stati membri UE: innovation performance

Indicatore generale composto da 24 indicatori valori compresi tra 0 e 1


*Innovation Union Scoreboard 2013
http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/innovation/facts-figures-analysis/innovation-scoreboard/index_en.htm

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Indicatori Innovation Union Scoreboard

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Cosa condividono gli innovation leaders?


ottime performance in spese correlate a Business R&D ottime performance in altri indicatori legati ad attivit di business
punteggi alti in copubblicazioni scientifiche sia pubbliche che private per milione di abitanti
(= correlazione tra scienza e impresa)

Spese

Business

Pubblicazioni
sistema nazionale di ricerca e innovazione ben bilanciato
(= solo piccole variazioni nelle performance relative alle varie dimensioni dell'innovazione)

ottima commercializzazione del loro know-how tecnologico


(es. indicatore License and patent revenues from abroad)

Know-how

Sistema R&I
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Che relazione tra R&D e crescita?

Average R&D Investment, 2004 - 2009

GDP growth, 2010

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Il passaggio tra FP7 e H2020

Horizon 2020
2014 -2020

7 PQ
2007-2013

Misure di semplificazione*

Wider acceptance of average personnel costs Flat rate for SME owners and natural persons without a salary Research Clearing Committee Interest on pre-financing Research Participant Portal

* http://ec.europa.eu/research/fp7/pdf/c-2011-174-final_en.pdf#view=fit&pagemode=none

Un progetto in Horizon 2020

Development

Excellent Science
Innovation Research

Industrial leadership

Societal challenges

a stronger, clear focus


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Struttura del programma


Excellent Science
European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation Marie Skodowska Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities

Industrial Technologies
Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs

Societal Challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Security society

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Science with and for society Joint Research Center (JRC)

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Simplified Access International Cooperation

Europe 2020 Priorities


Shared Objectives and Principles

European Research Area


Coherent with other EU and MS Actions

Common Rules, Toolkit of Funding Schemes

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Caratteristiche

Un singolo programma che riunisce tre iniziative fino ad ora separate Value chain che va dalla ricerca di frontiera , allo sviluppo tecnologico, dimostrazione, valorizzazione dei risultati e innovazione Innovazione, in tutte le sue forme Focus su societal challenges Accesso semplificato per le imprese, le universit, etc in tutti gli stati europei Sinergie con i Fondi Strutturali

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Cosa cambia?

7PQ
Linear thematic calls Research plan Focus on R&D Quantity driven Resource intensive Linear approach (project design) Focus on output

Horizon 2020
Challenge based calls (inter-pillars) Business plan Focus on added value of Innovation Demand/value driven Brain intensive (engineering) Synergistic approach (programme engineering -SF) Focus on outcome

THEMATIC BASED

NEW CONCEPT

CHALLENGE BASED - SYSTEMIC


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Budget proposto

Commissione Europea 80 miliardi

Parlamento Europeo 100 miliardi

Consiglio Europeo 70 miliardi

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Accordo sul Budget


*28 Giugno 2013

70,2 Miliardi di
(incluso EURATOM) Quadro finanziario pluriennale 2013/2020 - MFF
.
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Budget da FP1 a Horizon 2020

Programmi Quadro quadriennali e quinquennali Programmi Quadro settennali.

Budget: past & present

Billion

Il processo di adozione

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Fonte: Parlamento Europeo

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CALENDARIO
Proposta Commissione sul Quadro Finanziario Pluriennale 2014-2020 Link Proposta Commissione su Horizon 2020 Regolamento che istituisce il Programma Quadro di R&I - Horizon 2020 Link Regole di partecipazione e di diffusione Link Programma specifico recante attuazione di Horizon 2020 Link Partial General Approach del Consiglio sul Programma Quadro Link Partial General Approach del Consiglio sulle regole di partecipazione e di diffusione Link Voto al Parlamento Europeo del Comitato ITRE (documento del Trilogo) Link Partial General Approach del Consiglio sul Programma Specifico Consiglio Europeo sul Quadro Finanziario Pluriennale Link Link

TIMING

SOGGETTI COINVOLTI

6 Luglio 2011 30 Novembre 2011

Maggio 2012 Ottobre 2012 Novembre 2012 Dicembre 2012 7-8 febbraio 2013 13-14 marzo 2013 10 13 giugno 2013 27-28 giugno 2013 9 Luglio 2013 Settembre/ Ottobre 2013 26-27 Settembre 2013 Fine 2013/ Inizio 2014

Voto in plenaria del PE sul Quadro Finanziario Pluriennale Link Voto in plenaria del PE su H2020 * interrogazioni Adozione della posizione comune del Consiglio sul Quadro Finanziario Pluriennale Conciliazione tra PE e Consiglio sul regolamento di H2020 Parlamento Europeo: adozione del regolamento di H2020 Consiglio Europeo formale: adozione del regolamento di H2020 Lancio di H2020 e dei primi bandi

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COMMISSIONE INDUSTRIA, RICERCA E ENERGIA ITRE


Per preparare il lavoro del Parlamento europeo in Aula, i deputati si suddividono in commissioni permanenti, ciascuna delle quali specializzata in determinati settori. Esaminano le proposte della Commissione e del Consiglio e redigono le relazioni che saranno presentate in Aula. La commissione ITRE del Parlamento europeo esamina le proposte legislative della Commissione Europea concernenti : la politica industriale dell'Unione, comprese le misure relative alle PMI; la politica dell'Unione nel campo della ricerca e innovazione; la politica spaziale; la politica energetica; Euratom; la tecnologia dell'informazione.

PARTIAL GENERAL APPROACH - ORIENTAMENTO GENERALE PARZIALE


Accordo politico raggiunto in sede di Consiglio in attesa della posizione in prima lettura del Parlamento europeo. Un orientamento generale detto parziale se copre solo parti dell'atto legislativo proposto.

QUADRO FINANZIARIO PLURIENNALE


Il Quadro finanziario pluriennale fissa gli importi annuali massimi che l'Unione europea pu spendere nei vari settori d'intervento in un determinato periodo. Le parti che partecipano ai negoziati sul QFP sono la Commissione europea, il Consiglio e il Parlamento europeo. Lapprovazione da parte del Parlamento europeo rappresenta un passaggio necessario per lentrata in vigore del QFP per il settennato 2014-2020.

TRILOGO
Negoziazione informale tra il Consiglio, il Parlamento europeo e la Commissione (DG Ricerca & Innovazione per Horizon 2020) avviata tra la prima lettura del testo legislativo al Parlamento e l'adozione da parte del Consiglio della propria posizione. I triloghi consentono di identificare i punti essenziali di divergenza tra il Parlamento e il Consiglio e di effettuare cos una prima valutazione della possibilit di giungere un accordo sul testo in prima lettura.
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Ripartizione finanziaria
Widening.. JRC 2% Science.. 1% EIT 1% 3%

Excellent Science 32% Societal Challenges 39%

Industrial Leadership 22%

* proposta del Trilogo del 27-06-13

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Il budget per le attivit


Excellent Science
10% 25% 54% 11% Marie Skodowska Curie Actions European Research Infrastructures (including eInfrastructures)

Industrial Leadership
European Research Council Future and Emerging Technologies

4% 16%

Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies Access to risk finance 80% Innovation in SMEs

Health, demographic change and wellbeing

5%

Societal challenges
21%

10%

6%

Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy:

25%

Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport

13% 20%

Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials inclusive, innovative and reflective Societies Secure Societies

Il budget per le attivit /2


I. Excellent Science, of which: 1. ERC 2. FET 3. MS Curie Actions 4. Research Infrastructures II. Industrial Leadership, of which: Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Technologies Access to Risk Finance Innovation in SMEs II.I Societal Challenges, of which: Health, demographic change and well being Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bio economy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Europe in a changing world Inclusive, innovative and reflective society Secure societies Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Science with and for society European Institute of Innovation and Technology - EIT JRC Non-nuclear EURATOM Total
[1] Il

Compromise % 27.06.13 31,73% 17,00% 3,50% 8,00% 3,23% 22,09% 17,60% 3,69% 0,80% 38,53% 9,70% 5,00%

Million (27.06.13) 21.609 11.577 2.384 5.448 2.200 15.044 11.986 2.513 544,81 26.240 6.606 3.405

7,70% 8,23% 4,00%

5.244 5.605 2.724

1,70% 1.158 2,20% 1.498 1,06% 0,60% 3,52% 2,47% 100,00% 2.397 1.682 2.098 70.200 722 409

calcolo del budget per programma stato elaborato da APRE sulla base delle percentuali stabilite durante il Consiglio

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1 PILLAR

EXCELLENT SCIENCE

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Excellent Science
European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation Marie Skodowska Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities

Industrial Technologies
Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs

Societal Challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Security society

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Science with and for society Joint Research Center (JRC)

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H2020
EXCELLENT SCIENCE
EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL MARIE SKODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS FET* RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES

FP7
IDEAS - ERC

PEOPLE MC Actions

COOPERATION - ICT CAPACITIES RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES

*Le FET, che nell FP7 riguardavano solo ICT, in H2020 saranno trasversali ad altre tematiche.

Excellent Science /1
Budget proposto (milioni di )

22.274 M

EC
European Research Council Future and Emerging Technologies Marie Skodowska-Curie Actions Research Infrastructures 15.008 3.505 6.503 2.802

EP
13.268 3.100 5.572 2.478

Compromise
27.06.13

11.934 2.457 5.616 2.267

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Excellent Science /2

European Research Council: progetti di ricerca di frontiera

Per sostenere le migliori idee e sviluppare competenze, per fare dellEuropa un polo di attrazione per i migliori ricercatori mondiali

Future and Emerging Technologies: ricerca nelle aree pi promettenti nel campo delle tecnologie di domani; (Science)

Azioni Marie Skodowska-Curie per attrarre e sostenere ricercatori e la loro mobilit;

Infrastrutture di Ricerca adeguate, meno care e diffuse in Europa.

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Consiglio Europeo della Ricerca


Nella proposta non sono evidenziati gli schemi di finanziamento ERC organo indipendente Schemi
FP7 ERC Starting ERC Consolidator ERC Advanced ERC Sinergy ERC Proof of Concept Eleggibilit 2-7 anni dal phd 7-12 anni dal phd Almeno 10 anni di esperienza on ricerca Da due a quattro PI transdisciplinariet Per grantees finanziati
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FET Future and Emerging Technologies

FET Open
Expanded from ICT to be used as cross-cutting instrument Supports frontier research: alternative ideas, concepts or paradigms of risky or nonconventional nature
fostering novel ideas. Collaborative research for embryonic, high risk visionary science and technology

FET Proactive
Nurturing emerging themes and communities

FET Flagship
Tackling grand interdisciplinary science and technology challenges

MARIE SKODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS - MSCA


ITN
(including EID and IDP)

Innovative Training Networks (ITN)

Doctoral and initial training of researchers proposed by international networks of organisations from public and private sectors

IEF IOF IIF CIG IAPP IRSES COFUND

Individual Fellowships (IF) R&I Staff Exchange (RISE) COFUND

Individual fellowships for most promising experienced researchers to develop their skills through international or inter-sector mobility

International and inter-sector cooperation through the exchange of research and innovation staff

Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes 57

Research Infrastructures Three main objectives


Developing the European research infrastructures for 2020 and beyond Fostering the innovation potential of research infrastructures and their human capital Reinforcing the European research infrastructure policy and international co-operation
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2 PILLAR

INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP

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Struttura del programma


Excellent Science
European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation Marie Skodowska Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities

Industrial Technologies
Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs

Societal Challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Security society

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Science with and for society Joint Research Center (JRC)

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H2020
INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP ICT

FP7
COOPERATION - ICT COOPERATION - NMP

NANOTECHNOLOGIES ADVANCED MATERIALS MANUFACTURING BIOTECHNOLOGY SPACE


COOPERATION - HEALTH COOPERATION - KBBE COOPERATION - SPACE

Industrial Leadership/1
Budget proposto (milioni di )

15.507 M
EC
Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies
(ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space)

EP

Compromise
27.06.13

15.580

13.781

12,355

Access to risk finance


Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation

4.000

3.538

2.590

Innovation in SMEs
Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs

700

619

561

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Industrial Leadership/2
Per incoraggiare investimenti in R&I in Europa, promovendo alcune priorit per ogni forma di business Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - soprattutto Key enabling technologies (Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Nanotechnologies, Advanced materials, Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing) & Space; Access to finance per aziende innovative, strumenti finanziari in partenariato con lEuropean Investment Bank; Debt instrument & Equity instrument Innovation in SME Support to innovative SMEs
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COSA SONO LE KET? Key Enabling Technologies


Tecnologie "ad alta intensit di conoscenza e associate ad elevata intensit di R & S, a cicli d'innovazione rapidi, a consistenti spese di investimento e a posti di lavoro altamente qualificati. Rendono possibile l'innovazione nei processi, nei beni e nei servizi in tutti i settori economici e hanno quindi rilevanza sistemica. Sono multidisciplinari, interessano tecnologie di diversi settori e tendono a convergere e a integrarsi. Possono aiutare i leader nelle tecnologie di altri settori a trarre il massimo vantaggio dalle loro attivit di ricerca
Photonics Manufacturing Biotechnology Advanced Materials Micro/Nanoelectronics Nanotechnologies

*Current situation of key enabling technologies in Europe, SEC (2009)

Nanotechnologies
Next generation nanomaterials, -devices, -nanosystems Ensuring safe development & application + societal dimension Efficient synthesis and manufacturing of nanomaterials, - systems Developing capacity-enhancing techniques, measuring methods

Advanced Materials

3.510 M

Materials development & transformation Mgmt of materials components Materials for sustainable and for creative industries Metrology, characterisation, standardisation, quality control Optimisation of the use / substitution of materials

Advanced Manufacturing & Processing


Factories of the future Energy-efficient buildings Sustainable technologies in energy-intensive process industries New, sustainable business models

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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ICT
New generation components & systems

7.027 M

Next generation computing Future internet Content technologies & information mgmt Advanced interfaces and robots

Biotechnology

470 M

Boosting cutting-edge biotech as future innovation drivers Biotechnology-based industrial processes Innovative and competitive platform technologies

Space

1.347 M

Enabling European competitiveness & independence in space activities Enabling future space missions Enabling exploitation of space data Enable European participation in global space endeavours

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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Access to Finance
Per aziende innovative Strumenti finanziari in partenariato con lEuropean Investment Bank Debt instrument & Equity instrument

2.590 M Innovation in SME


Eurostars EEN Azioni di coordinamento e supporto

561 M
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SME instrument
SME instrument phases

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Concept & Feasibility Assessment Innovation R&D activities

Pre-commercial procurement

Commercialisation
SME window EU financial facilities

IDEA

Business Coaching through out the project

MARKET

SME instrument
Phase 1: Valutazione e fattibilit
Le PMI beneficeranno di finanziamenti per esaminare la fattibilit scientifica o tecnica e il potenziale commerciale di una idea nuova (proof of concept) al fine di sviluppare un progetto di innovazione. In caso di esito positivo di tale valutazione, il finanziamento proseguir anche nella o nelle fasi successive.

Phase 2: R&S, dimostrazione, prima applicazione commerciale


La ricerca e lo sviluppo beneficeranno di un sostegno incentrato in particolare sulle attivit dimostrazione (prove, prototipi, studi di ampliamento di scala, progetti pilota di processi, prodotti e servizi innovativi, verifica delle prestazioni ecc.) e la prima applicazione commerciale.

Phase 3: commercializzazione
Questa fase mira a facilitare l'accesso al capitale privato e ad ambienti propizi all'innovazione. Sono previsti collegamenti con gli strumenti finanziari (cfr. parte II, sezione "Accesso al capitale di rischio del presente allegato") ad esempio accordando alle PMI che hanno superato le fasi 1 e/o 2 priorit nell'ambito di una dotazione finanziaria riservata. Le PMI beneficeranno inoltre di misure di sostegno come messa in rete, formazione, tutorato e consulenza. Inoltre questa fase pu comportare misure di incentivazione degli appalti precommerciali e degli appalti per soluzioni innovative)

Roma, 17 giugno

3 PILLAR

SOCIETAL CHALLENGES

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Struttura del programma


Excellent Science
European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation Marie Skodowska Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities

Industrial Technologies
Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs

Societal Challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Security society

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Science with and for society Joint Research Center (JRC)

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H2020
SOCIETAL CHALLANGES
Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing; Food Security, Sustainable Agricolture, Marine and Maritime Research & the Bioeconomy; Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy; Smart, Green and Integrated Transport; Climate Action, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials; Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies; Secure Societies.

FP7
COOPERATION HEALTH KBBE ENERGY TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SSH SECURITY INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Societal challenges/1
Budget proposto (milioni di )

26,240 M
EC
Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies 4.317 Secure Societies 3.819 9.077 4.694 6.537 7.690 3.573

EP
8.033 4.152 5.782 6.802 3.160

Compromise 27.06.13
6.606 3.405 5.244 5.605 2.724 1.158 1.498
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1. Health, Demographic Change And Wellbeing

1.1. Understanding health, wellbeing and disease 1.2. Preventing disease 1.3. Treating and managing disease 1.4. Active ageing and self-management of health 1.5. Methods and data 1.6. Health care provision and integrated care

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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2. Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture, Marine And Maritime Research And The Bio-economy 2.1. Sustainable agriculture & forestry 2.2. Sustainable and competitive agri-food sector for a safe and healthy diet 2.3 Unlocking the potential of aquatic living resources 2.4 Sustainable and competitive bio-based industries and supporting the development of a European bio-economy

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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3. Secure, Clean And Efficient Energy

3.1. Reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint by smart and sustainable use 3.2. Low cost, low carbon electricity supply 3.3. Alternative fuels and mobile energy sources 3.4. A single, smart European electricity grid 3.5. New knowledge and technologies 3.6. Robust decision making and public engagement 3.7 Market uptake of energy innovation

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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4. Smart, Green and Integrated Transport


4.1 Resource efficient transport that respects the environment 4.2. Better mobility, less congestion, more safety and security 4.3. Global leadership for the European transport industry 4.4 Socio-economic and behavioural research and forward looking activities for policy making

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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5. Climate Action, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials

5.1. Fighting and adapting to climate change 5.2.Protecting the environment, sustainably managing natural resources, water, biodiversity and ecosystems 5.3. Ensuring sustainable supply of non-energy & non-agricultural raw materials 5.4. Enabling the transition towards a green economy and society through eco-innovation 5.5 Developing comprehensive and sustained global environmental observation and information systems

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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6. Inclusive, Innovative and Secure Societies

6. Europe in a changing world Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective societies 7. Secure Societies Protecting Freedom And Security of Europe and its Citizens

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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6. Europe in a changing world Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective societies

6.1. Inclusive societies 6.2. Innovative societies 6.3 Make use of the innovative, creative and productive potential of all generations 6.4 Ensure societal engagement in research and innovation 6.5 Promote coherent and effective cooperation with third countries 6.6 Reflective Societies cultural heritage and European identity

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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7. Secure Societies Protecting Freedom And Security of Europe and its Citizens

7.1 Fight crime, illegal trafficking and terrorism, including understanding and tackling terrorist ideas and beliefs 7.2 Protect and improve the resilience of critical infrastructures, supply chains and transport modes 7.3 Strengthen security through border management 7.4 Improve cyber security 7.5 Increase Europe's resilience to crises and disasters 7.6 Ensure privacy and freedom, including in the Internet and enhance the societal dimension legal and ethical understanding of all areas of security, risk and management 7.7 Enhance standardisation and interoperability of systems, including for emergency purposes 7.8 support the Union's external security policies, including conflict prevention and peace-building

* Area attivit: Proposta Commissione Europea

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AZIONI ULTERIORI

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Excellent Science
European Research Council Frontier research by the best individual teams Future and Emerging Technologies Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation Marie Skodowska Curie actions Opportunities for training and career development Research infrastructures (including e-infrastructure) Ensuring access to world-class facilities

Industrial Technologies
Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT, nanotechnologies, materials, biotechnology, manufacturing, space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for research and innovation Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs

Societal Challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research & the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Security society

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Science with and for society Joint Research Center (JRC)

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Azioni ulteriori
Budget proposto (milioni di ) EC EIT European Institute of Innovation and Technology JRC Joint Research Centres Science with and for Society Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation Euratom 790 EP 27/6 2.397 1.682 409 722 2.098

84 84

722 M

Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation


Twinning and networking measures Building synergies with Structural Funds (proposta del Parlamento)
85

409 M

Science with and for society

86

2.397 M

EIT

87

1.682 M

JRC -Joint Research Centre

88

Gli schemi di finanziamento

IMPLEMENTAZIONE DI H2020

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IMPLEMENTAZIONE Work Programmes H2020


STRATEGIC PROGRAMME: WORK PROGRAMMES: FLEXIBILITY SYNERGIES:
A multi-annual approach (3 years) to help applicants plan ahead. (note: this could be subject to the vote of Programme Committee) 3 Work Programmes (biannual) during the course of H2020 and 1 final Work Programme for the last year to bridge to the next programme after 2020

IN ORGANISING CALLS: one call in each WP with

two deadlines; or two calls with two deadlines; or continuously open calls (under discussion) Horizon 2020 will follow closely the emerging Smart Specialisation flagship priorities and will support them through the Horizon 2020 Work Programmes
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Regole di partecipazione H2020

SOGGETTI GIURIDICI PARTECIPANTI (art.6)/ ELEGGIBILITA PER IL FINANZIAMENTO (art.9)

CHI PUO PARTECIPARE?


QUALSIASI SOGGETTO GIURIDICO, UNIVERSITA O CENTRO DI RICERCA STABILITO IN UNO STATO MEMBRO O ASSOCIATO* O IN UN PAESE TERZO JRC (Joint Research Centre) ORGANIZZAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI DI INTERESSE EU ORGANIZZAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI E SOGGETTI STABILITI IN PAESI TERZI IN AGGIUNTA ALLE CONDIZIONI MINIME

CHI PUO RICEVERE IL FINANZIAMENTO?


QUALSIASI SOGGETTO GIURIDICO, UNIVERSITA O CENTRO DI RICERCA STABILITO IN UNO STATO MEMBRO O ASSOCIATO O IN UN PAESE TERZO JRC (Joint Research Centre) PAESI ICPC ORGANIZZAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI DI INTERESSE EU

*Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, CroaZia, FYR Macedonia,


Islanda, Israele, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norvegia, Serbia, Svizzera, Turchia

ORGANIZZAZIONI INTERNAZIONALI E SOGGETTI STABILITI IN PAESI TERZI NON ICPC SOLO ECCEZIONALMENTE SE PREVISTO DAL WP/ACCORDO BILATERALE oppure SE ESSENZIALE PER LAZIONE

POSSIBILITA DI JOINT CALL CON I PAESI TERZI E LE ORG. INTERNAZIONALI

DEFINIZIONI (art.2)

QUALSIASI PERSONA FISICA o GIURIDICA, CREATA SULLA BASE DEL DIRITTO NAZIONALE/COMUNITARIO/ INTERNAZIONALE PURCHE DOTATA DI PERSONALITA GIURIDICA

LEGAL ENTITY

AMMESSA LA PARTECIPAZIONE DI SOGGETTI GIURIDICI SPROVVISTI DI PERSONALITA GIURIDICA PURCHE PREVISTI EQUIVALENTI MECCANISMI DI ATTRIBUZIONE DELLA RESPONSABILITA CONTRATTUALE E FINANZIARIA A CARICO DEI RAPPRESENTANTI LEGALI

NEW

N.A.

NON-PROFIT LEGAL ENTITY

UN SOGGETTO GIURIDICO CHE LEGALMENTE NON DISTRIBUISCE I PROFITTI TRA I SUOI MEMBRI O AZIONISTI

CONDIZIONI MINIME DI PARTECIPAZIONE (art.8)

3 SOGGETTI GIURIDICI INDIPENDENTI STATIBILITI IN TRE DIVERSI STATI MEMBRI o ASSOCIATI

1 SOLO PARTECIPANTE

ERC, SME INSTRUMENT, AZIONI CO-FUND, CSA, AZIONI A SUPPORTO DELLA MOBILITA e DELLA FORMAZIONE DEI RICERCATORI(MARIE CURIE)

NESSUNA VARIAZIONE RISPETTO A FP7!!!

STRUMENTI

FORME DI FINANZIAMENTO (art.5)

STRUMENTI H2020
(richiamo esplicito al Regolamento Finanziario)

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION ACTION INNOVATION ACTION NEW COORDINATION AND SUPPORT ACTIONS PROGRAMME CO-FUNDING ACTIONS SME-INSTRUMENT NEW PRE-COMMERCIAL PROCUREMENT (PCP) PUBLIC PROCUREMENT OF INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS (PPI) PREMI NEW

Tipologie progetti
Ricerca collaborativa Co Fund
Research and innovation action Innovation action
Eranet Pre commercial procurement (PCP) Pubblic Procurement of Innovative solution (PPI)

CSA

Coordination and Support Action

Fast track to innovation

Strumento PMI

(+)Innovazione
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Prize

Research and innovation action & Innovation action

R&I actions

Attivit mirate a creare nuova conoscenza e/o ad esplorare la fattibilit di una nuova o migliorata tecnologia, prodotto, procedura o servizio.

I actions

Attivita di prototipizzazione, test, dimostrazione, piloting, validazione, etcfinalizzate alla definizione, produzione o design di nuovi prodotti e processi.

Funding rate: 100% costi diretti, 25% costi indiretti

Funding Rate: 70% costi diretti (100% no profit); 25% costi indiretti

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DEFINIZIONI (art.2, 5a)

INNOVATION ACTION, ATTIVITA DI DIMOSTRAZIONE


(RIMBORSATA AL 50%) CARATTERIZZATA DA ATTIVITA DI PROTOTIPIZZAZIONE, TEST, DIMOSTRAZIONE, PILOTING, VALIDAZIONE, ETCFINALIZZATE ALLA DEFINIZIONE/PRODUZIONE/DESIGN DI NUOVI PRODOTTI E PROCESSI.

NEW

CONTRIBUTO COMUNITARIO 7PQ


Rimborso di costi eleggibili Ricerca e sviluppo tecnologico Dimostrazione Coordinamento e supporto e Gestione Altre attivit Tutti PMI, enti pubblici noprofit, universit, istituti di ricerca 75% 50% 100% 100%

50% 50% 100% 100%

Costi eleggibili COSTI DIRETTI + COSTI INDIRETTI

Costi attribuibili direttamente al progetto ESEMPI: personale, viaggi, attrezzature, consumabili, ecc

Costi NON attribuibili direttamente al progetto, ma sostenuti in relazione ai costi diretti ESEMPI: costi connessi alle infrastrutture (affitto, ammortamento edifici), acqua, gas, elettricit, manutenzione, assicurazione, spese postali, costi di connessioni rete, personale tecnicoamministrativo, ecc

Costi indiretti 7PQ


Tutti i beneficiari: Costi indiretti reali o Metodo semplificato (se contabilit analitica) Standard flat rate del 20% dei costi diretti meno i subcontratti e i costi delle terze parti non utilizzate nei locali del datore di lavoro Enti Pubblici No Profit, Istituti dIstruzione Secondaria e Superiore, Organismi di ricerca no profit e PMI con contabilit non analitica special flat rate del 60% per schemi di finanziamento con attivit di RTD Per CSA : rimborso dei costi indiretti in misura pari al 7% del totale dei costi diretti meno i sub-contratti

COSTI INDIRETTI (Art. 24)

NEW
STANDARD FLAT RATE (20%) SPECIAL FLAT RATE (60%) SIMPLIFIED METHOD or ACTUAL INDIRECT COSTS

UNICO TASSO FORFETARIO DEL 25% DEI COSTI DIRETTI


(ECCETTO I SUBCONTRATTI E COSTI DELLE RISORSE MESSE A DISPOSIZIONE DA TERZI CHE NON VENGONO UTILIZZATE NEI LOCALI DEL BENEFICIARIO)

FINANZIAMENTO DELLAZIONE (Art. 22)

UNICA % DI RIMBORSO PER PROGETTO, SENZA DISTINZIONE TRA BENEFICIARI fino al 100% dei costi eleggibili per progetti R&S (cd. RESEARCH & INNOVATION action) fino al 70% per progetti dimostrativi cd. INNOVATION action (fatta eccezione per organismi no-profit, finanziabili fino al 100%) e CO-FUND

NEW

IMPATTO NUOVO MODELLO DI FINANZIAMENTO


Esempio: Nell FP7, circa il 90 % delle Universit e pi della met degli Organismi di Ricerca hanno utilizzato lo special flat rate (60%) per il calcolo dei costi indiretti. Per tutti questi partecipanti limpatto sul contributo UE in H2020 sar favorevole:
Direct costs Indirect costs Total costs % EU EU contribution contribution

Flat-rate (60 %)

100

60

160

75%

120

Direct costs

Indirect costs

Total % EU EU costs contribution contribution

100 / 25 Funding

100

25

125

100%

125

ESEMPIO: PROGETTO RTD NEL VII PQ

Participant short name

Funding rate for RTD % 75 50 75 75 50 75

RTD Indirect costs metho d Direct costs 60% 100 20% 100 Simplif 100 ied 60% 100 Real 100 Real 100 Total 600

University A Foundation B University C SME D Enterprise E SME F

Indirect costs 60 20 46 60 104 78 368

Demonstration Management (50% (100% reimbursement reimburse) ment) IndiIndiDirect rect Direct rect costs costs costs costs 100 60 100 20

Other (100% reimbursement) Indirect costs 60

Total costs

EU contribution

Direct costs 100

480 240 146 480 408 534 2288

440 120 109.5 360 204 356 1589.5 106

100 100 100 400

60 104 78 262

100 100 300

60 78 198

100

60

ESEMPIO: PROGETTO RESEARCH AND INNOVATION ACTION HORIZON 2020

Participant short name University A Foundation B University C SME D Enterprise E SME F Total

Estimated eligible costs Indirect Direct costs costs (25%) 100 25 100 100 100 100 100 600 25 25 25 25 25 150

Total costs

EU contribution (100%) 125 125 125 125 125 125 750

125 125 125 125 125 125 720

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ESEMPIO: PROGETTO DIMOSTRATIVO VII PQ

RTD Funding rate for RTD % 75 50 75 75 50 75 Indirect costs method Direct costs 100

Demonstra-tion (50% reimbursement)

Management (100% reimbursement)

Other (100% reimbursement) Total costs

Participant short name

University A Enterprise B University C SME D Enterprise E SME F

60% 20% Simpli-fied 60% Real Real Total

Indirect costs 60

Direct costs 100

Indirect costs 20 46 60 104 78 308

Direct costs 100

Indirect costs 60

Direct costs

Indirect costs 320 120 292 160 204 178 1274

EU contribution

200 60 182.5 80 102 89 713.5

100

46

200

104

100 100 100 100 500

100

60

108

ESEMPIO: PROGETTO INNOVATION ACTION HORIZON 2020


Estimated eligible costs Participant short name University A 100 Enterprise B 100 University C SME D Enterprise E SME F Total 100 100 100 100 600 25 25 25 25 150 125 125 125 125 750 125 87,5 87,5 87,5 600 109 25 125 87,5 25 125 125 Total costs Indirect Direct costs costs (25%) Requested EU contribution (70%/100%)

Funding of the action


Single reimbursement rate 100% of the total eligible costs 70% of the total eligible costs for:
Innovation actions, except for non-profit legal entities 100% Programme co-fund actions

Indirect costs: flat rate of 25% of the total direct eligible costs
Excluding subcontracting

PROCEDURA DI AGGIUDICAZIONE

CRITERI DI SELEZIONE E ATTRIBUZIONE (Art. 14)

TRE CRITERI
ECCELLENZA IMPATTO
QUALITA E EFFICIENZA NELLATTUAZIONE

UNICO CRITERIO PER LE AZIONI ERC

TIME TO GRANT (art.17a)

TEMPISTICA
ESITO DELLA VALUTAZIONE = 5 MESI DALLA SOTTOMISSIONE
della PROPOSTA

FIRMA

3 MESI DALLA COMUNICAZIONE DEGLI ESITI DELLA VALUTAZIONE (fatta eccezione per i progetti ERC, dove lelevato numero di proposte presentate potrebbe richiedere unestensione)

DEL

GRANT

AGREEMENT

Per maggiori informazioni:


http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm

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[MSCA]

MSCA Objective Ensure the optimum development and dynamic use of Europes intellectual capital in order to generate new skills, knowledge and innovation

Budget 2014-2020: 6 162 million

[Key features]
Open to all domains of research and innovation from basic research up to market take-up and innovation services Entirely bottom-up Participation of non-academic sector strongly encouraged, especially industry and SMEs Mobility as the key requirement - funding on condition participants move from one country to another Promotion of attractive working and employment conditions Particular attention to gender balance Public engagement of supported researchers 2014-2015: 10 calls foreseen -> one call per each MSC action per year + one call covering 2 years of European Researchers' Night + NCP

Strategic programming approach

Attract and retain research talent Develop state-of-the-art, innovative training schemes, consistent with the highly competitive and increasingly inter-disciplinary requirements of research and innovation Promote sustainable career development in research and innovation Focus on delivering new knowledge and skills, in line with the key driver identified in the strategic programming approach Contribute to a strong partnership with MS via the co-funding mechanism

Marie Skodowska-Curie Actions in H2020


MC will continue as the Marie Skodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Funding levels ~maintained Broad Schemes ~maintained Simplification in Implementation ~ Bi-Annual Work programmes

[Definitions]
Academic sector: public or private HEI awarding academic degrees, public or private non-profit research organisations, international European interest organisations Non-academic sector: any socio-economic actor not included in the academic sector definition Beneficiaries => signatories of the grant agreement Partner organisations => not signing the grant agreement Categories of researchers: ESR and ER in line with FP7 approach Full time research equivalent and mobility rule following FP7 approach Staff members in RISE: researchers, managers, administrative and technical personnel supporting research and innovation activities of the project

[Bottom-up approach]
Research fields are freely chosen by the applicants, except: research activity aiming at human cloning for reproductive purposes research activity intended to modify the genetic heritage of human beings which could make such changes heritable research activities intended to create human embryos solely for the purpose of research or for the purpose of stem cell procurement, including by means of somatic cell nuclear transfer areas of research covered by the EURATOM Treaty

[Mobility rule]
At the time of the relevant deadline for submission of proposals, or recruitment/secondment by the host organisation, depending on the action, researchers shall not have resided or carried out their main activity (work , studies, etc) in the country of their host organisation for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the reference date.

[MSCA]
ITN IEF IOF IIF CIG IF Experienced Researchers RISE Exchange of Staff COFUND Co-funding Individual fellowship supporting experienced researchers undertaking mobility ITN Early-Stage Researchers Innovative networks supporting early-stage training (Including Industrial doctorates & Joint doctorates)

IAPP IRSES COFUND

International and inter-sector cooperation through research and innovation staff exchange Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes funding doctoral and postdoctoral researchers

Innovative Training Networks (ITN)


MSCA - main EU programme for structured doctoral training
Objective raise excellence and structure research and doctoral training train a new generation of creative, entrepreneurial and innovative early-stage researchers

Scope European Training Networks (ETN), European Industrial Doctorates (EID) or European Joint Doctorates (EJD) Triple 'i' dimension of mobility and particular focus on innovation skills Expected Impact structure research and doctoral training in Europe trigger cooperation and exchange of best practice among participants enhance researchers' employability and provide them with new career perspectives

[ITN Main features]


Budget*: 405.18 Million in 2014 (EID: 25.5 Mio, EJD: 30 Mio) 370 Million in 2015 (EID: 25 Mio, EJD 28 Mio) Duration of projects: maximum 4 years Consortium agreement: required only for EID Support to early-stage researchers only Fellowships of 3-36 months Maximum 540 researcher-months per consortium (180 for EID with 2 partners) Separate multidisciplinary panels for EID and EJD

* All budget-related details in this presentation are subject to the final decision on MFF

Innovative Training Networks (ITN)


At least three beneficiaries (or at least two for EID) located in different Member States or Associated Countries In the case of EID, at least one beneficiary must be entitled to award doctoral degrees and at least one beneficiary must come from the non-academic sector For EJD, at least three beneficiaries must be entitled to award doctoral degrees Duration of support: 3-36 months Researchers in EID shall spend at least 50% of their time in the non-academic sector

[ITN consortia]
Country 1
Academia Non-academia
Academia Non-academia

Country 1
Academia Non-academia

Academia

Academia Non-academia

Academia Academia Non-academia Non-academia

Academia

Academia

Country 3

Country 2

Country 3

Country 2

European Training Networks

Academia Non-academia

European Joint Doctorates

50%

Academia

Non-academia
Nonacademia

European Industrial Doctorates

Academia

Country 1

Country 2

[Level of participation]
Beneficiaries: signatory to the agreement full partners They contribute directly to the implementation of the research training programme by appointing, supervising, hosting and training researchers. They may also provide secondment opportunities Partner organisations: non-signatory of the agreement do not employ the researchers within the project A letter of commitment in the proposal

[Level of participation]
Minimum Number of Participants ETN EID EJD 2 (1 academic, 1 non-academic) 3 (degreeawarding)

1.

Beneficiary

2.

Partner Organisation

Unlimited

Unlimited

Unlimited

Network Status 1. 2. Beneficiary Partner organisation

Recruitme nt of Researche rs X

Training and / or Hosting of Seconded Researchers

Participation in Supervisory Board

Claims Costs

[Innovative Training Networks - ITN]


Transferable skills :
In order to increase the employability of the researchers, the research training will be complemented by meaningful exposure of each researcher to other sectors and by substantial training modules addressing key transferable skills common to all fields : entrepreneurship, management and financing of research projects and programmes, management of intellectual property rights, other exploitation methods of research results, ethical aspects, communication, standardisation and societal outreach

[Award criteria: ITN]


Excellence Quality, innovative aspects and credibility of the research programme (including inter/multidisciplinary and intersectoral aspects) Impact Enhancing research- and innovation-related human resources, skills, and working conditions to realise the potential of individuals and to provide new career perspectives Implementation Overall coherence and effectiveness of the work plan, including appropriateness of the allocation of tasks and resources (including awarding of the doctoral degrees for EID and EJD projects) Appropriateness of the management structures and procedures, including quality management and risk management (with a mandatory joint governing structure for EID and EJD projects)

Quality and innovative aspects of the training programme (including transferable skills, inter/multidisciplinary and intersectoral aspects)

Contribution to structuring doctoral / early-stage research training at the European level and to strengthening European innovation capacity, including the potential for: a) meaningful contribution of the non-academic sector to the doctoral/research training, as appropriate to the implementation mode and research field b) developing sustainable joint doctoral degree structures (for EJD projects only)

Quality of the supervision (including mandatory joint supervision for EID and EJD projects) Quality of the proposed interaction between the participating organisations

Effectiveness of the proposed measures for communication and dissemination of results

Appropriateness of the infrastructure of the participating organisations

Competences, experience and complementarity of the participating organisations and their commitment to the programme

Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)


Objective promote international and inter-sector collaboration through research and innovation staff exchanges foster a shared culture of research and innovation International and inter-sector transfer of knowledge and sharing of ideas Common research and innovation project Highly skilled research and innovation staff Within Europe: only inter-sector secondments No secondments between institutions located outside Europe or within the same MS/AC strengthen the interaction between organisations in the academic and nonacademic sectors, and between Europe and third countries

Scope

Expected Impact

[RISE Main features]


Budget: 70 Million in 2014 80 Million in 2015 Duration of projects: maximum 4 years Minimum eligibility condition: participants in 3 different countries (at least 2 MS/AC) Partnership agreement recommended Support to secondments of staff members (1-12 months) No mobility rule required Eligibility condition for staff member: 6 month at the sending institution prior to the first secondment Maximum 540 researcher-months per consortium 8 evaluation panels

Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)


Participants in the RISE shall be established in at least three different countries of which at least two must be EU Member States and/or Associated Countries. If all participants are from the same sector (either only academic or only nonacademic), at least one participant must be from a third country. Above this minimum, the participation of institutions from any country or organisation is possible under the conditions provided by the Horizon 2020 Rules for Participation

Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)


Duration of support: 1-12 months Secondments may be split into several stays not exceeding 12 months in total and not going beyond the project duration. The splits must be justified and considered beneficial for the transfer of knowledge activities. The exchanged staff members* should be guaranteed full reintegration into the sending institution thus maximising the impact of the action for knowledge sharing and long-term collaboration. * Staff members in RISE are researchers (ESR and ER), innovators, administrative, managerial and technical
staff supporting the research and innovation activities of the project. They shall be actively engaged in or linked to research and/or innovation activities for at least six months (full-time equivalent) at the sending institution prior to the first period of secondment. Secondments in RISE are not subject to the mobility rules.

Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)

Support for the exchanges between institutions in the EU Member States and Associated Countries covers only inter-sector secondments. Exchanges with institutions from third countries can be inter-sector secondments as well as secondments within the same sector. No secondments between institutions located in third countries or within the same EU Member State or Associated Country can be supported

[Award criteria: RISE]


Excellence Quality, innovative aspects and credibility of the research (including inter/multidisciplinary aspects) Impact Enhancing research- and innovation-related human resources, skills and working conditions to realise the potential of individuals and to provide new career perspectives To develop new and lasting research collaborations, to achieve transfer of knowledge between research institutions and to improve research and innovation potential at the European and global levels Effectiveness of the proposed measures for communication and results dissemination Implementation Overall coherence and effectiveness of the work plan, including appropriateness of the allocation of tasks and resources

Clarity and quality of knowledge sharing among the participants in light of the research and innovation objectives.

Appropriateness of the management structures and procedures, including quality management and risk management

Quality of the interaction between the participating organisations

Appropriateness of the institutional environment (infrastructure) Competences, experience and complementarity of the participating organisations and institutional commitment

[COFUND]
MSCA to foster excellence throughout Europe
Objective stimulate regional, national or international programmes to foster excellence in researchers' training, mobility and career development Scope international, intersectoral and interdicisplinary research training, as well as transnational and cross-sector mobility of researchers at all stages of their career Possibilities of synergies with structural funds Opportunities for researchers from all countries Researchers to comply with the mobility rules of the MSCA Open and transparent recruitment, vacancies widely publicised Expected Impact exploit synergies between European Union actions and those at regional, national, and international level leverage funding and combat fragmentation

[COFUND]
Mono-beneficiary Legal entities (public and private) established in MS or AC and international European interest organisations

Doctoral Programmes

Fellowship Programmes

[COFUND Main features ]


Budget: 80 Million in 2014 (Doctoral Programmes: 30 Mio) 80 Million in 2015 (Doctoral Programmes: 30 Mio) Maximum 10 Million per single applicant per call Duration of projects: maximum 5 years Fellowships: minimum 3 months EU contribution to cover living allowances for researchers and management costs 50% co-funding for established unit costs Minimum living allowance fixed in the WP

[Award criteria: COFUND]


Excellence Quality of the selection / recruitment process for the researchers (transparency, composition and organisation of selection committees, evaluation criteria, equal opportunity) Quality of the research options offered by the programme in terms of science, interdisciplinarity, intersectorality and level of transnational mobility Impact Enhancing research- and innovation-related human resources, skills and working conditions to realise the potential of individuals and to provide new career perspectives Impact of the programme on aligning practices at participating organisations with principles set out by the EU for the human resources development in research and innovation Implementation Overall coherence, effectiveness and appropriateness of the work plan

Appointment conditions of researchers

Quality of career guidance and training, including supervision arrangements, training in transferable skills

Effectiveness of the proposed measures for communication and results dissemination of the programmes

Competence of the participant to implement the programme

[NIGHT]
Objective bring researchers closer to the general public increase awareness of research and innovation activities Scope yearly event, typically on the last Friday of the month of September focus on the general public, addressing and attracting people regardless of the level their scientific background special focus on pupils and students promotion of the European dimension and gender balance in research and innovation involvement of researchers funded by Horizon 2020 Expected Impact raise awareness of the importance of research careers in the long term, encourage young people to embark on scientific careers

[NIGHT Main features]


Budget: 8 Million in 2014 (2 editions covered) Call under Coordination and support action Maximum 100% funding Duration: maximum 2 years (option for one edition only) Beneficiaries: any legal entity in the EU Member States and Associated Countries Consortium agreement not required

[Individual Fellowships (IF)]


Objective enhance the creative and innovative potential of experienced researchers provide opportunities to acquire new knowledge, work on research projects in a European context or outside Europe, resume a career or return to Europe

Scope Individual, trans-national fellowships awarded to the best or most promising researchers European Fellowships or Global Fellowships Career Restart Panel and Reintegration Panel

Expected Impact release the full potential of researchers and to catalyse significant development in their careers in both the academic and non-academic sectors strengthen the contact network of the researcher and the host organisation

[IF Main features]

Budget: 240.50 Million in 2014 (Global Fellowships: 29 Mio) 213 Million in 2015 (Global Fellowships: 27 Mio) Duration of projects: 2 years (IF Global: 3 years) Support to experienced researchers of any nationality (IF Global and IF Reintegration: nationals of EU MS/AC and long-term residents) Focus on career development, not necessarily experience Additional 3 or 6 month secondment option, within Europe and in another sector Separate multidisciplinary panels for CAR and Reintegration Same award sub-criteria for all proposals

[IF European and Global]

European Fellowships

Global Fellowships

Individual Fellowships (IF)


Duration of support: IF European: 12-24 months IF Global: 12-24 months for the outgoing phase plus 12 month return phase in Europe

[Individual Fellowships - IF]


Career restart panel:
- to resume research in Europe after a career break, e.g. after parental leave, is ensured via a separate multi-disciplinary career restart panel of the European Fellowships. - To qualify for the career restart panel, researchers must not have been active in research for at least 12 months immediately prior to the deadline for submission

[Award criteria: IF]


Excellence Quality, innovative aspects and credibility of the research (including inter/multidisciplinary aspects) Impact Implementation

Enhancing research- and innovation-related Overall coherence and effectiveness human resources, skills and working of the work plan, including conditions to realise the potential of appropriateness of the allocation of tasks individuals and to provide new career and resources perspectives Effectiveness of the proposed measures for communication and results dissemination Appropriateness of the management structures and procedures, including quality management and risk management Appropriateness of the institutional environment (infrastructure)

Clarity and quality of transfer of knowledge/training for the development of researcher in light of the research objectives Quality of the supervision and the hosting arrangements

Capacity of the researcher to reach or reenforce a position of professional maturity in research

Competences, experience and complementarity of the participating organisations and institutional commitment

http://ec.europa.eu/euraxess/

COFUND projects in the FP7-PEOPLE-Programme

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[REA]
From 1st of March 2010 People Programme is managed by DG Education and Culture The implementation of the Programme delegated to the Research Executive Agency (REA), that manages all phases of the projects

[Call deadlines 2014]


Call ID H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014 H2020-MSCA-IF-2014 H2020-MSCA-RISE-2014 H2020-MSCA-COFUND2014 H2020-MSCA-NIGHT-2014 H2020-MSCA-NCP-2014 Call Opens 11-12-2013 12-03-2014 11-12-2013 10-04-2014 11-12-2013 11-12-2013 Call Deadline 09-04-2014 11-09-2014 24-04-2014 02-10-2014 04-03-2014 02-04-2014 Budget (Mio EUR) 405.18 240.50 70.00 80.00 8.00 1.50

Call deadlines 2015

Call ID H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015 H2020-MSCA-IF-2015 H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015 H2020-MSCA-COFUND2015

Call Opens 02-09-2014 12-03-2015 06-01-2015 14-04-2015

Call Deadline 13-01-2015 10-09-2015 28-04-2015 01-10-2015

Budget (Mio EUR) 370.00 213.00 80.00 80.00

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