Specific Challenge

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Uključiva, inovativna i promišljena društva
OBZOR 2020.
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7. ožujka 2014.
Marina Pražetina
Content
1. General overview
2. Integrating SSH across Horizon 2020
3.
WP 2014-2015 Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative
and reflective Societies
4. ICT related topics in SC6
5. Future activities
A strategic programming approach
for developing the Work
Programmes
 Orientation towards European
societal challenges: research and
innovation activities to increase
the impact of the funding
 Orientation towards EU political
priorities: Europe 2020 and
emerging political issues of
European relevance
 Leitmotiv of the 2 years WP
2014-15: economic crisis and the
path to sustainable growth
 Focus area in Societal Challenge
6: "Overcoming the crisis: new
ideas, strategies and governance
structures for Europe”
The Call topics: bottom-up in terms of content and budget
 Topics are described in a rather open fashion, less prescriptive than
often under FP7, i.e. proposers can address the topics in a
comprehensive way, in a focussed way or cover other issues
relevant for addressing the topic
 Call text provides an indicative budget range for research projects
in order to indicate the average expected size of the proposal;
however, any amount is possible, i.e. no eligibility criteria regarding
the budget size
Description of the "topics" of the Work Programme
 Specific Challenge: sets the context, the problem to be addressed, why
intervention is necessary
 Scope: delineates the problem, specifies the focus and the boundaries of
the potential action BUT without describing specific approaches
 Expected Impact: describes the key elements of what is expected to be
achieved in relation to the specific challenge
INT-3: Europe's contribution to a value-based global order and its
contestants (2015)
Specific Challenge: propel the EU's contribution to global justice
Scope: define criteria for global justice and contrast the EU's and other
understandings of it and scrutinize their activities; identify if and how the
EU contributes to a value-based global order
Impact: advance critical reflection on and understanding of the EU as a
value-based actor in global affairs; identify constraining and enabling
factors for effective EU external action
Type of action: EUR 1.5-2.5 million, other amounts possible
Evaluation criteria
1. Excellence
Clarity of the objectives;
Soundness of the concept, including transdisciplinary considerations;
Credibility of the proposed approach;
Progress beyond the state of the art.
2. Impact […] extent to which project outputs contribute to:
The expected impacts listed in the work programme under the relevant topic;
Enhancing innovation capacity and integration of new knowledge;
[Strengthening the competitiveness and growth of companies by developing
innovations meeting the needs of European and global markets;]
Effectiveness of the proposed measures to communicate the project, disseminate
and/or exploit the project results, and appropriate management of IPR.
3. Quality and efficiency of implementation
Coherence and effectiveness of the work plan, including appropriateness of the
allocation of tasks and resources;
Competences, experience and complementarity of the individual participants, as
well as of the consortium as a whole;
Appropriateness of the management structures and procedures, including risk
management.
Integrating SSH across Horizon 2020
SSH in Horizon 2020
"Social sciences and humanities (SSH) research will be fully integrated into
each of the general objectives of Horizon 2020."
Horizon 2020 draft regulation
Integrating SSH: two approaches
 General Integration: All Societal Challenges, LEIT (Leadership in
Enabling and Industrial Technologies) and activities under Excellent
Science are generally open to SSH contributions in all their lines of
activity and thus favour 'integrating SSH' as genuine interdisciplinarity
('integrating in the research problem').
 Dedicated Integration: In some Societal Challenges and parts of LEIT a
specific SSH line of activity called 'the socio-economic dimension of...' is
delineated, i.e. requires SSH research.
Struktura Obzora 2020.
SSH
SSH
SSH
SSH in Excellent Science
 The European Research Council (ERC) is already a major funding source
for investigator-driven frontier research. About 17 % of the ERC budget
will be allocated to SSH under Horizon 2020.
 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MCA) give opportunities for greater
mobility and network building. The SSH share is 11-12%.
 Several major research infrastructures in the SSH are supported by
FP7/H2020: CESSDA, DARIAH, CLARIN, ESS, SHARE, InGRID.
SSH in Industrial Leadership
 Strengthening the cultural and social aspects of innovation
 SSH as a source of creativity in development of services and products
 Societal aspects of new and emerging technologies (e.g. societal
acceptance; citizens' participation in decision-shaping; ethical aspects;
new technologies and changing lifestyles)
 Business and management models
Example of SSH-relevant topics ('flagged')
Societal Challenge 3 'Secure clean and efficient energy'
Call EE 11–2014
'Socioeconomic research on energy efficiency’
 Foresight socio-economic activities informing the debate on the
development and monitoring of energy efficiency strategies, taking a
forward looking approach to the horizon 2030 and beyond.
 Projects may also look at the evolution of social, economic, cultural
and educational barriers.
 Proposals should take gender issues into account whenever they are
relevant and build on existing macroeconomics models as well as on
the results of socio-economic sciences and humanities.
How to find SSH-relevant topics
('flagged')
http://www.net4society.eu/_media/N
ET4SOCIETY_Opportunities_SSHresear
chers_2014_2015_final.pdf
WP 2014-2015
Europe in a changing world – inclusive,
innovative and reflective Societies
Societal Challenge 6  5 Calls
1. "EURO"-CALL: Overcoming the crisis: new ideas, strategies
and governance structures for Europe
2. "YOUNG"-CALL: The young generation in an innovative,
inclusive and sustainable Europe
3. "REFLECTIVE"-CALL: Reflective societies: cultural heritage and
European identities
4. "INT"-CALL: Europe as a global actor
5. "INSO"-CALL: New forms of innovation
ICT-related topics in Challenge 6
European Commission, DG CONNECT
ICT-enabled public sector innovation / eGovernment Unit H3,
Public Services EURO-6, YOUNG-5b, INSO-1
3D & Cultural Heritage Unit G2, Creativity (Luxembourg)
REFLECTIVE-6, REFLECTIVE-7
Platform for ICT for Learning and Inclusion Unit G4, Inclusion,
Skills and Youth (Luxembourg ) INSO-6
Call Title
EURO - Overcoming the crisis: new ideas, strategies and
governance structures for Europe
YOUNG - The young generation in an innovative, inclusive
and sustainable Europe
REFLECTIVE - Reflective societies: cultural heritage and
European identities
INT - Europe as a global actor
INSO - New forms of innovation
SME instrument
Total Calls
Other actions I and II - Achieving IU and ERA
Other actions III - New forms of innovation
Other actions IV - International cooperation
Other actions V - External expertise
Other actions VI - COST
Total Other actions
Horizontal activities
Total
Budget 2014
Budget 2015
Budget WP 2014-15
35,00
17,00
52,00
19,00
10,20
29,20
23,00
26,50
49,50
8,35
26,50
0,00
111,85
9,06
6,40
0,85
2,51
19,21
38,03
0,20
150,08
35,35
19,87
15,00
123,92
10,77
0,80
0,54
1,15
20,64
33,90
0,00
157,82
43,70
46,37
15,00
235,77
19,83
7,20
1,39
3,66
39,85
71,93
0,20
307,90
1. Topics in Call EURO Overcoming the
Crisis: New Ideas, Strategies and
Governance Structures for Europe
Type of
action
52 mln
(2014/15)
1. Resilient and sustainable economic
and monetary union in Europe
RIA
1,5-2.5
10
3.6.2014.
2. The European growth agenda
RIA
1,5-2.5
10
3.6.2014.
3. European societies after the crisis
RIA
1,5-2.5
7,5
3.6.2014.
4. Political challenges for Europe
RIA
1,5-2.5
7,5
3.6.2014.
5. ERA-NET on smart urban futures
ERANET
5 mln
7.1.2015.
6. Meeting new societal needs by using
emerging technologies in the public
sector
RIA
CSA
11,5
21.4.2015.
ICT-enabled public sector innovation / eGovernment
EURO-6, YOUNG-5b, INSO-1
EURO-6: Meeting new societal needs by using emerging
technologies in the public sector (2015)
Specific challenge: exploring the potential benefit of using emerging ICT
technologies in support of public sector innovation and opening up new
markets for ICT solutions across the EU
a) Research & Innovation Action - EUR 11.5 million Introducing emerging
technologies in the public sector to improve efficiency, effectiveness and
quality of public services and enable research results to reach a potential
market
b) Coordination and Support Action - EUR 0.5 million Multidisciplinary
network to identify emerging technologies and potential applications for
their implementation in the public sector and outline a roadmap for
emerging research directions
2. Topics in Call YOUNG: The Young Generation in
an Innovative, Inclusive and Sustainable Europe
1. Early job insecurity and labour market
exclusion
Type of
action
29,2
(2014/15)
RIA
1,5-2
3.6.2014.
2. Youth mobility: opportunities, impacts, policies
RIA
1,5-2
3.6.2014.
3. Lifelong learning for young adults: better policies
for growth and inclusion in Europe
RIA
1,5-2
7.1.2015.
4. The young as a driver of social change
RIA
1,5-2
7.1.2015.
5. Societal and political engagementof young
people and their perspectives on Europe
b) Innovation action
a)
1,5-2
1,5-3
3.6.2014.
b)
RIA
/
IA
YOUNG-5: Societal and political engagement of young people and their perspectives on
Europe (2014)
Specific challenge: Exploring the perspectives of young people on Europe and the ways in
which they engage in shaping its future is crucial for the long-term success of the
European project; the EU Youth Strategy (2010-2018) aims to encourage young people to
be active citizens; investigate how public authorities establish broad engagement with
young people in democratic and public sector processes
Scope: (a) examine how best to stimulate the societal and political engagement of young
people;
Scope: (b) Innovation actions on open participation and open engagement shall develop
reusable service components, methods and applications to enable public authorities to
quickly open their decision-making processes;
Expected impact: (a) tackle the challenge of bringing the EU closer to its citizens; boost
participation of young people in society, increasing the democratic accountability of the
EU level (b) using the preferred communication channel of the young to foster
engagement in public administrations' activities to increase trust and interest in political
activities; enable public authorities to offer tools to citizens to participate in decisionmaking Budget: (a) between EUR 1.5 and 2.5 million;(b) between EUR 1.5
and 3 million (total: EUR 5 million for part b)
3. Topics in call REFLECTIVE
Reflective Societies: Cultural Heritage and European Identities
Type
of
action
49,5
(2014/
2015)
1. ERA Net on Uses of the Past
ERA
NET
5
3.6.2014.
2. Emergence and transmission of European cultural heritage
and Europeanisation
RIA
1,5-2
7.1.2015.
3. European cohesion, regional and urban policies and the
perceptions of Europe
RIA
1,5-2
7.1.2015.
4. Cultural opposition in the former socialist countries
RIA
1,5-2
7.1.2015.
5. The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe
RIA
1,5-2
6. Innovation ecosystems of digital cultural assets
IA
2-4
7. Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding
European cultural assets
RIA
CSA
2-4
2
30.9.2014.
8. Communication and dissemination platform
CSA
1
1.7.2015.
9. Social Platform on Reflective Societies
CSA
1
10.Mobilising the network of NCPs in SC6
CSA
3
7.1.2015.
21.4.2015
3.6.2014.
3.6.2014.
REFLECTIVE-6: Innovation ecosystems of digital cultural assets (2015)
Specific challenge: innovating digital tools at service of scholarship on
cultural resources
Scope: support and promote access to cultural heritage resources; develop
technologies to support humanities research
Expected impact: provide innovative and creative methods for approaching
cultural assets, generate tools to access and exploit diverse European digital
cultural heritage
EU contribution: between EUR 2 and 4 million (other amounts possible);
total budget: EUR 10 million (innovation action)
REFLECTIVE-7: Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding
European cultural assets (2014)
Specific challenge: improve documentation of cultural assets via digital tools Scope:
(a) Research on Cost-effective Technologies for Advanced 3D
Modelling to Enhance the Understanding of Cultural
Heritage (Research and Innovation Action)
Target:
New methods and tools for automated 3D modelling and analysis of physical cultural
resources and assets beyond simple digital reconstruction. High-fidelity models of
objects (surface; transparency; dimensions etc.)
Potential areas:
consolidation of imperfect data,
spatio-temporal analysis,
modelling/simulation of material degradation,
joint reconstruction within and across collections,
semantic-aware representation
REFLECTIVE-7: Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European
cultural assets (2014)
b) Devise standard formats for the semantic-aware 3D modelling of Europe's cultural
heritage for researchers and practitioners (Coordination and Support Action)
Target:
Extend or develop standard formats of 3D semantic-aware objects with a view to
improve their archiving and reusability.
The proposed formats should enable easy exchange and use of 3D models that have
been acquired or generated by a wide range of devices or software.
Expected impact: cost-efficient tools for modelling and understanding Europe's cultural
heritage
EU contribution: between EUR 2 and 4 million (other amounts possible), up to 2 million
for part b; total budget: EUR 14 million
Topics in call INT Europe as a Global Actor
Type of
action
43,7
2014/2015
1. Enhancing and focusing R&I cooperation with the
Union’s key international partners
CSA
1,95
1
29.4.2014.
20.1.2015.
2. Encouraging the R&I cooperation between the
Union and selected regional partners
CSA
1,95
1,5
1
29.4.2014.
20.1.2015.
Topics in call INT Europe as a Global Actor
2014/2015
3. Europe's contribution to a value-based global order and its
contestants
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
4. The EU's contribution to global development: in search of
greater policy coherence
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
5. Rethinking the EU crisis response mechanism in light of
recent conflicts
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
6. Re-invigorating the partnership between the two shores of
the Mediterranean
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
7. Towards a new geopolitical order in the South and East
Mediterranean region
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
8. The European Union and the Eastern Partnership
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
9. The European Union, Turkey and its wider neighbours:
challenges and opportunities
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
10. The European Union and integration challenges in the
Balkans
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
11. European cultural and science diplomacy: exploiting the
potential of culture and science in the EU's external relations
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
12. The cultural, scientific and social dimension of EU-LAC (Latin
America and the Caribbean) relations
RIA
1,52,5
7.1.2015.
Topics in Call INSO New Forms of Innovation
Type of
action
61,37
2014/15
1. ICT-enabled open government
IA
CSA
1-3
(21.5)
29.4.2014.
21.04.2015.
2. Understanding and supporting business model
innovation
3. The economic impact of the Innovation Union
RIA
(1)
3
29.4.2014.
RIA
(1)
3
29.4.2014.
4. Innovative schemes for open innovation and
science 2.0
CSA
RIA
2,5-3,5
(10,67)
31.3.2015.
5. Social Innovation Community
CSA
(1)
6. Platform for ICT for Learning and Inclusion
CSA
(1)
1
29.4.2014.
7. Towards joint programming under Horizon
2020
8. Synchronized Call Initiatives
CSA
1-3
29.4.2014.
CSA
1
29.4.2014.
9. Innovative mobile e-government applications
by SMEs
SME
4
18.3.2015.16.12.2015.
10. SME business model innovation
SME
11
18.3.2015.16.12.2015.
3
31.3.2015.
INSO-1: ICT-enabled open government (2014/2015)
Specific challenge: integrate new technologies into government services
Scope:
a)Innovation Action (CP 70%, between EUR 1 and 3 million, other amounts
possible): address at least one of sub-objectives:
i)Pilots on personalised and mobile public services;
ii)Pilots on transparency of public administrations
b)Coordination and Support Action (CSA 100%): multi-disciplinary network to
identify potential applications for their successful implementation in the public
sector
Impact: stimulate the creation, delivery and use of new, personalised public
services, reduce the administrative burden of citizens and businesses and increase
transparency of and trust in public administrations
Budget: on (a): between EUR 1 and 3 million, other amounts possible; total
budget: EUR 12.3 million (2014)
INSO-6: Platform for ICT for Learning and Inclusion (2014)
Specific challenge: engage a large number of stakeholders on a dialogue and
awareness process over the role, benefits, and issues of concerns on ICT for
learning and inclusion
Scope: develop platform to discuss digital tools for modernisation of education
and training as well as fighting socio-economic exclusion; open to all
practitioners and stakeholders; focus on decision making processes, objectives
and priorities, share experiences
Impact: generate awareness and wider participation in decision making
processes related to the uptake of technologies in education, training and
inclusion
Budget: EUR 1 million, other amounts possible (indicative number of projects:
1) (CSA)
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More information:
HORIZON 2020: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/what-horizon-2020
SOCIETAL CHALLENGE 6 - WORK PROGRAMME 2014/2015:
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/h2020-section/europe-changing-world-inclusive-innovative-and-reflectivesocieties
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR APPLICANTS:
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/funding/reference_docs.html
FACT SHEETS (on open access, international participation etc.):
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/presentation-and-campaign-material
HORIZON 2020 HELPDESK: http://ec.europa.eu/research/index.cfm?pg=enquiries
Creativity website: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/creativity/creativity_en.html
Digital Agenda for Europe: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/creativity-media/cultural-heritage
Connecting Europe Facility: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/connecting-europe-facility
Open government: http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ict-enabled-public-sector-innovation-through-open-government
Vision Paper: http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/news/vision-public-services
Public Consultation: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/news/results-public-consultation-directions-ict-driven-publicsector-innovation-european-union-level
How to find SSH-relevant topics ('flagged')
http://www.net4society.eu/_media/NET4SOCIETY_Opportunities_SSHresearchers_2014_2015_final.pdf
PARTNER SEARCH
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