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Western Balkan Platform on Research
September, 24th 2014
Trieste
The new 2016 Roadmap of the European
Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures
•
Strategy
Report
(ESFRI) Pre-view of official launch
• on
• Research Infrastructures
• Roadmap 2010
Giorgio Rossi
Università degli Studi di Milano (IT)
ESFRI European Strategy Forum
Deputy-Chair
of ESFRI
on Research
Importance of Research Infrastructures
 Broad consensus that future competitiveness in a globalising knowledge
economy depends on research capability
 Research capability requires
 Investment in higher education and research institutions
 Access to first class research infrastructures
 Coordination on a European (and increasingly a global) scale is required
because
 Limited investment funds available
 Increasing level of infrastructure investments needed to remain at the
cutting edge
 Advanced data sharing and exploitation for science and innovation
 RIs are intellectual hubs, not (just) big machines or big datasets
 Open access is the reference basis
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Why a new ESFRI Roadmap ?
• ESFRI was set up by the EU Council of Research Ministers in 2002
• It brings together representatives of Ministers of the 28 Member
States, 10 Associated States, and of the European Commission
• Supports a coherent and strategy-led approach to policy making on
Research Infrastructures
• Mandate to develop a Roadmap and prioritise research infrastructures
• Update mandate after the Informal Competitiveness Council in Milano
(July 2014) to complete a new Roadmap for 2016 with new criteria of
selection and format
• The New Roadmap will be shorter (25 Projects) and contain projects
at the “decision stage”
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today: ESFRI Roadmap 2010
Social and
Cultural
Innovation
(5)
Health and Food
( 13 )
Environmental Sciences
(9)
Energy
(7)
Analytical
Facilities
(6)
Physics Science and
Engineering
( 10 )
BBMRI
ELIXIR
ICOS
EUROARGO
ECCSEL
Euro-FEL
ELI
TIARA*
European
Social
Survey
ECRIN
INFRA
FRONTIE
R
LIFEWATC
H
IAGOS
Windscanner
EMFL
SPIRAL2
CTA
CESSDA
INSTRUCT
EATRIS
EMSO
EPOS
EUSOLARIS
European
XFEL
E-ELT**
SKA
CLARIN
EU-OPENSCREEN
EMBRC
SIAEOS
EISCAT_3
D
JHR
ESRF
Upgrade
KM3NeT
FAIR
DARIAH
Euro
BioImaging
ERINHA
COPAL
IFMIF
NEUTRON
ESS
SLHC-PP*
ILCHIGRADE*
ISBE
MIRRI
HiPER
ILL20/20
Upgrade
SHARE
ANAEE
MYRRHA
*Projects from CERN’s European Strategy for Particle Physics
The “10-years rule”
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e-Infrastructures
(1)
PRACE
Distributed research
infrastructures
Single sited research
infrastructures
Green: implemented, Red: 10-years expire on 2015, Black: stay on
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The new ESFRI Roadmap 2016
Rationale
The ESFRI strategy document with extended scope and analysis:
a) the landscape of RIs in Europe and elsewhere + ESFRI impact
b) the gaps in the European RI ecosystem
c) the new list of pan-European RI projects
d) the strategy of optimization of the whole RI system, the synergy
with existing RIs, the sustainability and the increase of return of
investment, the continuous upgrade, and the end of life perspectives
e) the global research infrastructure opportunities (GSO, G8+5)
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Landscape Analysis and
ESFRI impact
Physics RIs represent
> 50% investment cost of
the ESFRI Roadmap 2010
Physics+Energy+HPC
>75% cost
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Competitiveness of Europe:
the example of physics in the economy
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Impact of Physics on
Economy
and Competitiveness
-Italy 7.4% GDP from
Physics
-UK 8.5%
-Italy 6.1% employment
-UK 4% employment
GVA per worker in physics
Italy €78100 / €64000
average
UK £70000 / £36000
average
Since 2008 physics-based
productivity +2.5% vs
-1.5% all-economy
productivity
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Rules for new Roadmap
 Approximately only 25 Decision Stage Projects on the new Roadmap
 Projects that have been on the roadmap and not implemented will
automatically roll off after 10 years
 Any project that wants to be considered again after 10 years must
reapply, and compete with the new ones
 Approximately 16 projects will remain on the Roadmap (entered in
2008 and 2010) so there will be room for 8-10 NEW projects
 Assessment of new projects will be by scientific peer review,
assessment matrix, and indicators of pan-European relevance
 Entry level projects will be at a more mature level (conceptual design
and feasibility done) to become implemented within the 10-year
term
 Every 2-3 years audit of the project by ESFRI Implementation WG
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Proposing projects for new roadmap
The proposal process will be on-line (reserved to National Delegations and EIRO
forum). Key questions will include:
 What is the value for science? for innovation?
 Cost and Schedule?
 What is the strategy for siting? What is the governance model? What is the
data management plan?
 How it is planned to be financed?
 Does it replace existing facilities?
 Is the project included on one or more national roadmaps?
 What is the intended user community? Will it be open access?
 What preparatory work has been done?
 Design Studies? Business case? Investment plan?
 Is it intended to apply for H2020 preparatory phase?
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New Projects Submission and Selection
Presentation to ESFRI EB
National Delgations SWG starts analysis
collect and present
on behalf of MS(s)
ESFRI asks EB to
and AS (S)
Science
perform
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Pan European Relevance
Application of Indicators
by
SWG/EB
Analysis od National
Strategies (Roadmaps)
Assessment Matrix
Governance
Management
Financial Plan
IMPLEMENTATI
ON SWG
AEG
Matrix
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Pre-screening and Scientific Analysis:
to report to Forum Uniqueness
(eliminate uneligible Increase of capacity
projects)
Global Competitiveness
and attributes to
SWGs
ALL PROJECTS undergo
independent PEER
REVIEW
Peer Review
or EIROFORUM
presents
E-IRG
white
paper
The new ESFRI Roadmap 2016
Method of evaluation and assessment
The ESFRI Indicators of Pan-European relevance
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Assessment of maturity by IG
5. IG formulates
final
recommendation on
project and offers it
via Executive Board
for decision to
Plenary Forum (3008-2015)
1. ESFRI Delegation
of EIRO Forum
Member completes
online submission
form (31-03-2015)
4. IG Member
participates in (on
site) hearing with
projects and/or
relevant
(governmental)
stakeholders
(30-07-2015)
2. two independent
Experts assess
proposal and
Rapporteur delivers
report to IG and
SWG (31-05-2015)
3. IG formulates
drafts
recommendation
(30-06-2015)
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ESFRI synergy with Horizon 2020
Developing new world-class Research Infrastructures
Concept & Preparatory Phases
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INFRADEV 1 Support conceptual design of new research infrastructures, which are of a
clear European dimension and interest: bottom-up proposals for new infrastructures
INFRADEV 2 Support preparatory & pre-implementation phases of ESFRI infrastructures:
Linked to prioritisation of ESFRI infrastructures
Implementation & Operation Phases
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INFRADEV 3 Individual ESFRI projects with established legal structure and governance
such as ERIC. First call targets prioritised ESFRI projects
INFRADEV 4 Thematic clusters of ESFRI and other World Class Research Infrastructures
OWCRIs: joint activities and implementation of common solutions for RI in specific
domain: Targets ESFRI RIs together with OWCRI, Integrating Activities, e-infrastructures
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Integrating and opening RI of European interest
INFRAIA 1
To open up key national and regional research infrastructures to all European
researchers and to ensure their optimal use and joint development:

Networking;

Transnational / Virtual Access;

Joint Research Activities for the improvement of RI services
An emphasis on management efficiency, innovation capacity (technology transfer,
participation of SMEs, instrumentation development), international dimension,
management of generated data…
Are expected to engage with relevant ESFRI projects
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example: Integrating Infrastructures for Nanoscience
with Analytical Large Scale Facilities (ESFRI and National)
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