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Report
Eastern European Partner Countries (EECA):
BELARUS,BelISA (BY)
Dr. Tatyana Lyadnova
Final Meeting
10-11/04/2008, Athens
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NIS countries participation in
FP6
(2002-2006)
Submitted proposals
Number of
Requested
proposals funding, mln.€
Signed contracts
Success rate
Number of
projects
EC funding
mln.€
Share of
successful
projects, %
Total FP6
388 087
170660
69 162
15 811
17.8 %
NIS
4 029
424
674
59
16.7 %
3 574 (5.17%)
299
(1,89%)
All
3 countri
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rd
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COOPERATION / all thematic areas:
3,467 THIRD COUNTRY APPLICATIONS (in proposals submitted)
WBC
1.200
EE-CA
1.000
PACIFIC
MEDITERRANEAN
PARTNER
COUNTRIES
800
LATIN AMERICA
600
INDUSTRIALISED
COUNTRIES
400
CARIBBEAN
ASIA
200
AFRICA
0
ENERGY
ENV
HEALTH
ICT
FAB
NMP
SEC
SPA
SSH
TPT
COOPERATION: Number of APPLICATIONS (in proposals submitted)
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EECA participation in FP7 proposals
Number of proposals involving EECA - Breakdown by country (up to Jan. 08)
350
300
250
200
150
100
Submitted proposals
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Main-listed proposals
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FP7 “Cooperation”, proposals with EECA participation,
passed thresholds (10.10.2007)
Country
Number of proposals
Number of partners
Number of proposals retained for
funding
Success rate
Q-ty
%
Q-ty
%
Q-ty
%
%
Armenia
16
2,5%
18
2,2%
3
3,1%
16,7%
Azerbaijan
13
2,0%
15
1,8%
4
4,2%
40,0%
Belarus
32
4,9%
37
4,4%
6
6,3%
18,9%
Georgia
21
3,2%
23
2,8%
4
4,2%
17,4%
Kazakhstan
23
3,5%
25
3,0%
5
5,2%
24,0%
Kyrgyzstan
12
1,8%
13
1,6%
1
1,0%
7,7%
Moldova
24
3,7%
25
3,0%
1
1,0%
4,0%
Russia
347
53,2%
469
56,2%
54
56,3%
19,8%
Tajikistan
6
0,9%
9
1,1%
0
0,0%
0,0%
Turkmenistan
2
0,3%
2
0,2%
0
0,0%
0,0%
Ukraine
147
22,5%
189
22,6%
17
17,7%
11,1%
Uzbekistan
9
1,4%
10
1,2%
1
1,0%
10,0%
Total
652
100,0%
835
100,0%
96
100,0%
14,1% (av.)
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Belarusian Institute of System Analysis - BelISA
Overview
* Parent organisation for FP6/7 National Information Point in Belarus
* The Institute was established in 1996, after transformation of the formerly
Research Institute for Scientific-Technical Information of Belarus, previously part
of network of the like institutes of the State Committee of Science and
Technology of the Soviet Union
* It reports to the State Committee for Science and Technology of Belarus
* Its mission is to:
- facilitate development of state policies in science and research
- provide with exchange and dissemination of S&T information in
the interests of scientific and S&T policy-making communities
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Belarusian Institute of System Analysis:
Activities
- Collection and dissemination of S&T information from and for national R&D
organisations
- Maintenance of the state register of national R&D projects
- Information support of national S&T policy-making bodies
-Monitoring and analysis of R&D activity in Belarus
- Promotion of national R&D results outside Belarus (international exhibitions,
conferences, publications )
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Belarusian Institute of System Analysis: Hosting FP6/7
Belarus National Information Point: Key Tasks
- Disseminate information about FP7 within scientific and
research community of Belarus
- Provide advices and consultations to Belarusian R&D
organisations and scientists in all scientific fields on FP6/7 and
INTAS
- Provide assistance in partner search for Belarusian and
European R&D institutions and other organisations for FP7
project proposals in all scientific fields & FP7 priorities
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7FP NCPs in Belarus
In 2007 10 7FP NCPs had been nominated in Belarus. 4 of them are located
in BelISA: National NCPs coordinator, ICT NCP, INCO NCP, Mobility NCP.
BelISA participates in 5 current FP6 projects and in 1 FP7.
INCONet-EECA.
There were submitted several proposals with the BelISA participation
under the latest FP7 Calls.
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Overview of Belarus FP7 NIP activities in 2007
- 14 seminars and information days on FP7 for researchers of 21 R&D organisations
in Minsk city and 4 regional centers, overall number of participants – about 800
persons
- 3 big international conferences for potential FP7 participants in Belarus, number
of participants – about 400 persons
- Assistance provided for selection and participation of Belarusian scientists in
brokerage events
- Dissemination of information on FP7calls & activities, partner search requests,
news alerts etc – 80 news bulletins via e-mail to about 800 individual and corporate
subscribers in Belarus
- Over 300 consultancies for Belarusian researchers and scientists on FP7
-Assisted in preparation of several project proposal in FP7 calls,
-- There were prepared 14 newsletters on FP7 activities for local mass-media,
including 6 articles
More on Belarus FP7 NIP/NCP at the www.fp7-nip.org.by
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BelISA-NIP current FP6 projects
1. InJoy&Train
East European Co-operation Network for International Joint Training in
FP6/FP7 Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology for EU-Kazakhstan-RussiaUkraine-Armenia-Belarus Countries SSA – Specific Support Action
2. “INT-ER-LINK”
Promoting International Cooperation for Environmental Research
Through Dissemination and Networking Activities (SSA)
3. ERANIS – Strengthening co-operation between ERA and NIS SSA (INCO)
4. Idealist7fp – “Support for participants in ICT Priority by network for IST under
the transition to the 7th Framework Programme”
5. NIS-NEST
6. INCONet-EECA
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We would be happy to work together
in new FP7 projects!
Thank you for your attention!
BelISA
Belarus FP7 NIP, ICT NCP
Contact Information:
Dr.Tatyana Lyadnova
ul. Starovilenskaya, 54-16
Minsk 220002, Belarus
Tel/fax +375 17 286 76 30
E-mail: [email protected]
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