EU space research - Arise

Report
Space research
Horizon 2020 - Work Programme
State of play of
H2020 / Space
Work Programme
Horizon 2020 Space work programme
Work programme covers 2014-2015
Discussion in space shadow programme committee in 2013
H2020 decision: the 2015 parts of the 2014-2015 WP are
indicative
Outcome of the discussion: positive opinion, with 2
abstentions (IT, FR)
Formal vote of February 2014 confirmed this outcome
LEIT  Leadership In Enabling
& Industrial Technologies
SPACE
17.25 M€
8.5+8.75
Budget
Indicative Evolution
Space 2014-2020
2016-2020
under
study
GALILEO-EGNSS
2014-2015
European Global Navigation Satellite System
• Horizon 2020 Framework Regulation:
• Union level action and investment in space research are required
in accordance with Article 189 (TFEU), in order to maintain the
competitive edge, to safeguard Union space infrastructures
and programmes such as Copernicus and Galileo and to
sustain a future role for Europe in space
R+D for Public
Regulated Service
144 M€
Calls
Upstream
EGNSS awareness
raising
Technology
Development
"post EGEP"
Galileo
Applications
2015
RTD for enhanced
Missions & services
Copernicus
Topics:
2014-2015
“Earth Observation” - Copernicus
 New ideas for Earth-relevant space applications
2015
 Bringing EO applications to the market
 Transition towards Copernicus (Marine & Atmosphere)
 Climate-change relevant space-based data reprocessing…
 Observation capacity mapping for climate-change
2015
 Stimulating wider user of Copernicus Sentinel data
 Technology developments for commercial imaging
58,5 M€
Protection of
space assets
2014-2015
Topics: Space Weather, NEO, SST, Debris
 Space Weather
 NEO: access technologies and characterisation
2015
 Space Surveillance and Tracking
 Passive means to reduce the impact of space debris
29,5 M€
Competitiveness of the
European Space sector
2014-2015
Technology development, science, exploration
 Technologies for European non-dependence and competitiveness
 Independent access to space
 Studies for In-Orbit demonstration/validation (2014)
 Bottom up space technologies at low TRL
 Launch of two Strategic Research Clusters (2014)
 Space exploration
 Science in context
84,5 M€
Horizon 2020
International cooperation
• Horizon 2020 is a world-class programme open to International
participation
• Organisations from non-EU member states may participate in
projects (across themes in the Horizon 2020 programme)
• Partners from most ASEAN countries "automatically funded" by
the EU (except wealthier nations: Singapore and Brunei)
• But!
• Must be part of a successful proposal
•
•
•
Proposal peer review by independent experts
Competitive process
Minimum condition of at least three different organisations from at least
three EU member states (or associated states)
INTERNATIONAL
COOPERATION
2014-2015
COMPET 9 - 6
Technology "demonstrator" projects for
exploration
• Demonstrator projects would target underpinning enabling
technologies for space exploration (e.g. robotics, energy,
propulsion or life support).
"countries active
in space
exploration"
International Cooperation in space science
Europe should continue to play a leading role in planetary science
shaping the research in the field
• including the elaboration of
• Planetary protection guidelines.
"space powers
active in
planetary
science"
Thank you for your attention!
More information at
http://ec.europa.eu/embrace_space

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