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Institute for Cancer Research, Institute Seminar the 15th of January 2014
EUs new Research Program
Background
Political priorities in the EU
European Research Area (ERA) Free movement of knowledge/ “fifth
freedom” – internal market for research
Europe 2020
 Ensure Europe's competitiveness,
new jobs and economic growth
Innovation Union
 1. Become a World class Science Performer
2. Remove barriers to innovation
3. Revolutionize public–private partnership
Horizon 2020
 Instrument to reach the objectives set
out above
 How will your research project contribute to solving European problems?
Horizon 2020
• One program bringing together three previous
programmes (FP7, CIP, EIT)
• Linking research and innovation closely together
• Focus on societal challenges; e.g. health, clean
energy and transport
• Simplified rules for universities, enterprises and
institutes in all EU member states and beyond
Horizon 2020
• Two-year work programme – calls for
proposals are more general
• 100% coverage of direct costs + 25%
overhead for all institutions
• Reduction of average time from application to
contract - approx. 250 days
• Strong focus on SMEs
Horizon 2020
• First call for proposals out December 11 2013
• Budget 79 billion Euro 2014 – 2020
• Influence and network:
The Research Council – National Contact Points
Advisory Groups H2020
European Cooperation in Science and
Technology (COST)
Register as an evaluator
European/international project partners
Horizon 2020 three pillars
Excellent Science
ERC
Industrial Leadership
Leadership in
enabling and
industrial
Technologies
FET
Marie S. Curie
Access to
Risk Finance
Research
Infrastructures
Innovation
in SMEs
Societal Challenges
Health,
demographic
change
and wellbeing
Secure, clean
and efficient
energy
Climate action,
resource
efficiency and
raw material
Food security,
sustainable
agriculture,
marine and
maritime
research and
the bio-economy
Smart, green
and
integrated
transport
Inclusive,
innovative
and reflexive
societies
Secure societies
Excellent Science
ERC
European Research Council (ERC):
 Starting grants
 Consolidator Grants
Advanced Grants
 Synergy Grants
 Proof of Concept
(StG)
(CoG)
(AdG)
(SyG)
(PoC)
 2 - 7 after PhD
 7 - 12 after PhD
 Leading scientists
 2 - 4 Principal Investigators (PI)
FET
Future end emerging technologies (FET):
 FET Open: fostering novel ideas
 FET Proactive: nurturing emerging themes and communities
 FET flagships: tackling grand interdisciplinary science and technology challenges
When to apply for ERC ?
Starting grant (StG)  2 - 7 after PhD
Early achievement track record:
NB! At least one important publication without the participation of their PhD supervisor
1.
2.
3.
Publications in major international peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary scientific journals
Granted patent(s) (if applicable)
Invited presentations to peer-reviewed, internationally established conferences and/or international advanced schools
(if applicable).
Consolidator Grant (CoG)  7 - 12 after PhD
Early achievement track record:
NB! Several important publications without the participation of their PhD supervisor
1.
2.
3.
Publications in major international peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary scientific journals
Granted patent(s) (if applicable)
Invited presentations to peer-reviewed, internationally established conferences and/or international advanced schools
(if applicable).
Advanced Grants  Leading scientists
10-year track record:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Highlight ten representative publications, as senior author
Research monographs and any translations thereof (if applicable).
Granted patents (if applicable).
Invited presentations to peer-reviewed, internationally established conferences and/or international advanced schools
(if applicable)
5. Research expeditions that the applicant Principal Investigator has led (if applicable).
Excellent Science
Marie Curie
Marie Curie Actions - Research Fellowship Programme:





Initial Training Network (ITN)
Individual Fellowships (IF)
International Research and Innovation Staff Exchange Scheme (RISE)
Co-funding of Regional, National, and International Programmes (COFUND)
European Researchers’ Night (NIGHT)
When to apply for Marie Curie ?
Individual Fellowships (IF)
• Bottom-up
• Post doc or min. 4 years research experience
• Research stay (12-24 months) incoming or outgoing
Initial Training Network (ITN)
• Bottom-up
• Collaboration between institutions in doctoral training (also academia and business)
Societal Challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing
Budget 1.08 Bn. € 2014 - 2015
Calls for personalising health and care (PHC):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Understanding health, ageing and diseases (3 calls)
Effective health promotion, disease prevention, preparedness and screening (6 calls)
Improving diagnosis (3 calls)
Innovative treatments and technologies (6 calls)
Advancing active and healthy ageing (4 calls)
Integrated, sustainable, citizens-centred care (7 calls)
Improving health information, data exploitation and providing an
evidence base for health policies and regulation (5 calls)
DEADLINES: Stage 1 - 11/3, Stage 2 - 19/8
When to apply for ”Health, demographic change and wellbeing” ?
•
•
Research field has an European/international dimension
Focus on finding solutions together with companies and other institutions
Collaborative projects
• Minimum 3 independent entities from 3 different member states/associated countries
(Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Israel and others)
• Any additional requirements will be announced in the call
Who can receive funding
• EU member states or associated countries
• "Third countries" that have an agreement with the EU on participation (USA)
• European organizations
• Legal entities mentioned in the work programme
• Other legal entities whose participation is essential for the implementation of project
Other activities under the Health
Programme
• Public-public partnerships
– EDCTP (European and Developing Clinical Trials
Partnerships)
– AAL (Active and Assisted Living)
• Public-private partnership
– IMI (Innovative Medicines Initiative)
Horizon 2020 work programme is found here
Use keywords
for your research
and find topics
Rules for participation , Work Programme
Topics
Guide for Applicants
Remember….
• ‘Two stages submission’
• Less specific calls – greater freedom to the research
community, but greater risk of misinterpretation –
check carefully the ‘scope’ og ‘expected impact’ in
the call text!
• Interdisciplinary and intersectoral approaches
• Innovation – more innovative products, solutions and
services
Important to…
• Read the Work Program and topics very
carefully
• Find a topic that matches your research
• Identify relevant partners to your project!
Sweden + Denmark
• Talk to colleagues with experience on EU
applications and projects
Its useful to…
• Check former EU funded research projects for
partners!
http://www.healthcompetence.eu/converis/publi
cweb/area/1353
• Find out what have been funded in your field of
research in FP6 and FP7
http://ec.europa.eu/research/health/events_en.
html
• Register as an expert – evaluation of proposals
EU application – what need to be done?
Part B
Part A
Administrative information
Attachments ?
Scientific proposal
/technical annex
How to write successful proposals ?
1. Sell your idea/project proposal!
-
why bother? (what problem are you solving?)
is it an European priority? or will this establish Europe as a
international leader?
is the solution/knowledge already available?
why now?
why you?
2. Risk evaluation
3. Be aware of your strengths and weakness’
4. Make a project plan:
-
what will be done?
how long time will it take? and when will it be done?
who will do the work?
Project plan = Work plan – Time schedule – Resources
What is being done?
Work plan
How long time will
it take? and when
would it be done?
Who is going to do
the work?
Time schedule
Resources
Project Plan = Gantt chart
Work package (WP)
Q1
Year 1
Q2 Q3
Q4
Q1
WP1 …..
Task 1.1 ….
Task 1.2 …..
Task. 1.3 ……
Task. 1.4 …..
Milestone 1.1 ….
Milestone 1.2 …..
WP2 ….
Task 2.1 ……
Task 2.2 …..
Task 2.3 ……
Milestone 2.1 …..
WP3 ……
Task 3.1 …..
Task 3.2 …..
Task 3.3 …..
Task 3.4 …..
Milestone 3.1 ….
Milestone 3.2 ….
WP4
Task 4.1 ….
Task 4.2 ….
Milestone 4.1 ….
Milestone 4.2 ….
* Resources: Senior scientist (S), postdoc (P), PhD (D), technician (T)
Year 2
Q2 Q3
Q4
Q1
Year 3
Q2 Q3
Q4
Resources*
T, D
T, D
T, D, S
T, D, P
D, P
T, P
D, P, S
T, D
D
T, P
T, D, P
P, S
D, P
How is EU projects funded?
Budget – remember to include!
• Salary and social security costs • Travel costs
• Salary increase
• Publishing costs
• Consumables
• Audit
• Equipment
• In-kind contributions
Support services for EU Applications and Projects
Pre - grant
• Information about programs and calls
• Help with the application
(administrative data and coordination, read through applications)
•
•
Budget
Project establishment support (PES)
Post - grant:
• Negotiations
• Rules
• Grant Agreements and Consortium Agreements
• Contract amendments
• Financial reports and Audits
Project establishment support (PES)
• Costs related to partner search and establishment of the
consortium
• Travel costs
• Personnel costs – project planning and proposal writing
• Consultant costs
UiO PES
OUS PES
Contact information
University of Oslo
Name & posistion
E-mail
EU- office
Ann Kristin Sørli Halvorsen, adviser
Mette Topnes, senior adviser
Deike I. Pahl, senior adviser
Lars Øen, senior adviser
Marianne Randen, senior legal adviser
[email protected]
Faculty of medicine
Konstantinos Chilidis, senior adviser
Erlendur Helgason, senior adviser
Malin Solli Johansen, adviser
Marta Lorens-Thommesen, adviser
Institutt for klinisk medisin
Reidar Rognlien, Head of section
Oslo University Hospital
Name & posistion
E-mail
Research Support Unit
Peder Utne, head of department
Emil Aanensen, special adviser
Trine-Lise Key Grimsrud, special adviser
Camilla Lien Sandnes, senior adviser
Martin Sending, special adviser
[email protected]

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