Horizon 2020: Turning New Ideas into Innovation

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Horizon 2020: Turning New Ideas into Innovation
Dr. Martina Prendergast
Ryan Institute, NUI Galway
SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY WATCH EVENT
Mayo, September 18th 2014
A stronger, clearer focus
Excellent
Science
Industrial
leadership
Societal
challenges
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Horizon 2020
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Why:
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Priority 3. Societal challenges
Concerns of citizens and society/EU
policy objectives (climate,
environment, energy, transport etc.)
cannot be achieved without
innovation
€30bn
Health, demographic change and wellbeing
€7,472
Food security, sustainable agriculture,
marine and maritime research & the bio
economy
€3,851
Secure, clean and efficient energy
Breakthrough solutions come from
multi-disciplinary collaborations,
Smart, green and integrated transport
including social sciences & humanities
Promising solutions need to be
tested, demonstrated and scaled up
€5,931
€6,339
Climate action, resource efficiency and raw
materials
€3,081
Inclusive, innovative and secure societies
€3,005
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H2020 Societal Challenges
1. Health, demographic change and well-being;
2. Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and
inland water research, and the bioeconomy;
3. Secure, clean and efficient energy;
4. Smart, green and integrated transport;
5. Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials;
6. Europe in a changing world - inclusive, innovative and reflective societies;
7. Secure societies - protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens.
HORIZON 2020: FP FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
PART (priority) II
Industrial Leadership
PART (priority) I
EXCELLENT SCIENCE
FOCUS AREAS
European Research Council
(ERC):
Leadership in Enabling and Industrial
Technologies (LEIT)
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5.
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6.
Staring Grant
Consolidator Grant
Advanced Grant
Proof of Concept
Synergy Grants
PART (priority) III
SOCIETAL CHALLENGES
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2.
ICT
Nanotechnologies
Advanced Materials
Biotechnology
Advanced manufacturing and processing
Space
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Health , demographic change and wellbeing
Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry , marine and
maritime and Inland water research and bio-energy
Secure, clean and efficient energy
Smart, green and integrated transport
Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials
Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective
societies
Secure societies – protecting freedom and security of Europe and its
citizens
Future Emerging Technologies (FET):
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3.
FET Open
FET Proactive
FET Flagships
Marie Curie Actions
Access to Risk Finance:
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ITN
Ind. Fellowships
RISE
COFUND
Research Infrastructures:
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Debt Facility
Equity Facility
Capacity-Building in Technology Transfer
INNOSUP
Developing EU RI for 2020
Fostering innovation potential of RI and
their HR
Reinforcing European RI policy and
international cooperation
SME INSTRUMENT
(30% budget to SMEs)
CROSS-CUTTING ACTIONS
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SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE PART IIIa: Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation (article 184)
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE PART IIIb: Science with and for Society
European Institute for Innovation and Technology, EIT, (article 173)
Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) (Pilot)
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With other Union policies and programmes, including European Structural and Investments Funds (ESI), Common Agricultural Policy, Programme for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and SMEs (COSME), Erasmus+ and Life+;
Art. 185-Joint Programming Initiatives and Art.187-Joint Undertakings
Synergies with the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI)
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Grants
Coordination and Support Action (CSA)
Collaborative Projects (CP)
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Research &Innovation Actions
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Innovation Actions
COMPLEMENTARY ACTIONS
INSTRUMENTS (Fin. Reg. Titles V-VIII)
- SME Voucher (ICT only)
- ERAnet
- Prizes
- Pre-commercial Procurement
- Public Procurement of Innovation Solutions
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Energy Challenge WP 2014 - 2015
2014/2015 Work Programme covers both 2014 and 2015 call topics/priorities
Revised WP released on 22nd July
4 Call areas
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Energy efficiency
Smart cities & communities
Competitive low-carbon energy
SME's and Fast Track to Innovation for Energy
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Energy challenge activities:
(1) Reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint by smart and
sustainable use
(2) Low-cost, low-carbon electricity supply
(3) Alternative fuels and mobile energy sources
(4) A single, smart European electricity grid
(5) New knowledge and technologies
(6) Robust decision making and public engagement
(7) Market uptake of energy innovation
CALL FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
CALL FOR COMPETITIVE LOW-CARBON ENERGY
CALL FOR COMPETITIVE LOW-CARBON ENERGY
CALL FOR SMART CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
Technology Platforms
Technology Readiness Levels
TRL 1 – basic principles observed
TRL 2 – technology concept formulated
TRL 3 – experimental proof of concept
TRL 4 – technology validated in lab
TRL 5 – technology validated in relevant environment
(industrially relevant environment in the
case of key enabling technologies)
TRL 6 – technology demonstrated in relevant
environment (industrially relevant
environment in the case of key enabling
technologies)
TRL 7 – system prototype demonstration in operational
environment
TRL 8 – system complete and qualified
TRL 9 – actual system proven in operational environment
(competitive manufacturing in t he case of key enabling
technologies; or in space)
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What to do now ?
Read the Work Programme and general documents
Register on the participant portal… (ECAS Number)
Does your company or institution have a PIC Number?
Attend Technology Platforms Ad-hoc groups and
plenary / work groups etc. Open calls for members
• Attend Information Days in Brussels and other
Brokerage Events –
• EI – Academic Travel grant & coordinator grant
schemes
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National Support Network
Dedicated national network of delegates and full-time contact points

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