Horizon 2020 Nanotechnology Craig Sharp.

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H2020UK
Horizon 2020 - Nanotechnology,
Advanced Materials and Production
opportunities
Craig Sharp
National Contact Point
Nanotechnologies, advanced materials and advanced
manufacturing and processing
[email protected]
Horizon 2020 National Contact Points (www.h2020uk.org)
National Contact Points (NCPs) are publicly funded (many
by the Technology Strategy Board) to provide advice and
assistance to UK participants within specific areas of
Horizon 2020 (H2020)
•All member states have NCPs across Horizon 2020 calls
•UK NCPs are on www.h2020uk.org/national-contact-points
(Full Member State list - search on “NCP Horizon 2020” – or through the
Participant Portal)
National Contact Points – what we do..
• Feedback to/from Commission on work programmes
• Clarification of documentation and rules
• Guidance on choosing thematic priorities and instruments
• Scope queries with Project Officers
• Feedback on proposals
• Assistance in partner search
- through theme specific databases or across the network of other
Member State NCPs
- through network support (Knowledge Transfer Network, Enterprise
Europe Network)
• Some feedback on results..
www.h2020uk.org
Horizon 2020 (2014-20) - what’s new?
• Successor to FP7 (2007-13) – EU Collaborative R&D
programme
• ~ €79Bn programme, much of it collaborative
• More innovation: through introduction of ‘close-to-market
actions’ (e.g. prototyping, testing, demonstrating).
• Greater SME involvement - “SME instrument”
• A single set of rules for participation and dissemination - for the
whole innovation chain
• Simplified funding rates for research and innovation projects;
flat rate for indirect costs
• Faster time-to-grant : to be reduced to 8 months (5 + 3)
• Fewer, better targeted controls and audits
Why European R&D Funding?
Through the EU, business can
gain innovation support on a
scale not available within the
UK. This can bring UK
companies new R&D funding,
the chance to collaborate with
other world-class companies
and institutions, and reach into
the world’s largest ‘home’
market
H2020 participation
Hi-tech SMEs:
Spin outs from universities or firms with hi-tech and knowledge
based products and in-house R&D capability.
Mid-tech SMEs:
With some R&D activity or that which could be stimulated and
leveraged through Horizon 2020.
Academic & Research Organisations:
Experienced organisations in partnering and coordinating
proposals within balanced consortia
Large companies:
With existing R&D activity or that which could be stimulated and
leveraged through Horizon 2020.
Horizon 2020 - 3 Pillar Structure
1. Excellent Science
2. Industrial Leadership
TRL 1-3 (24.4€Bn)
TRL 4-7 (€17Bn)
3. Societal (€29.7Bn)
Challenges
Health, demographic change
and wellbeing
NMBP
European
Research Council
(ERC)
Future & Emerging
Technologies (FET)
Marie SkłodowskaCurie actions
Food security, sustainable
agriculture, forestry, marine,
maritime, inland water and
bio-economy
Leadership in
Enabling and
Industrial
Secure, clean and
efficient energy
Technologies
Smart, green and
integrated transport
Access to Risk
Finance
Climate action, environment,
resource efficiency and
raw materials
Inclusive, innovative and
reflective societies
Research
Infrastructures
Spreading Excellence and
Widening Participation
Innovation in SMEs
Science with and
for Society
Secure societies – protecting
freedom and security of
Europe and its citizens
EIT
JRC
I.
Excellent science (TRL 1-3)
Future & Emerging
Technologies
Collaborative research to open
new fields of innovation
European Research Council
Frontier research by the best
individuals & teams
Marie Skłodowska-Curie
Actions
Opportunities for training
and career development
Research Infrastructures
Ensuring access to world-class facilities
II. Industrial Leadership (TRL 4-7)
Leadership in enabling
and industrial
technologies
ICT, nanotechnologies,
materials, biotechnology,
manufacturing, space
Access to risk finance
Leveraging private
finance and venture
capital for research
and innovation
Innovation in SMEs
Fostering all forms
of innovation in all
types of SMEs
III. Societal Challenges
1. Health, demographic change and
wellbeing
2. Food security; sustainable agriculture;
forestry; marine, maritime & inland water
research; & the bioeconomy
3. Secure, clean and efficient energy
4. Smart, green and integrated
transport
5. Climate action, environment,
resource efficiency and raw materials
7. Secure societies – Protecting freedom
and security of Europe and its citizens
6. Europe in a changing world – Inclusive,
innovative and reflective societies
Technology Readiness Levels (Horizon 2020)
• 1 – Basic Research
• 2 – Technology concept
• 3 – Proof of Concept
• 4 – Technology validation in laboratory
• 5 – Validation in relevant environment
• 6 – Demonstration in relevant environment
• 7 – Demonstration in operational environment
• 8 – System complete and qualified
• 9 - Deployment
Horizon 2020 – still contains the following:
 Mix of R&D, Innovation, SME focused and CSA topics
 Involving partners from Multiple Countries - usually at
least 3 *
 (*SME instrument topics can be single company..)
 In topics identified by the Commission’s Work
....Programme
 In response to specific calls for proposals
H2020 - New Funding model
• Direct costs:
–Up to 100% of total eligible costs for research actions
–Up to 70%* of total eligible costs for ‘close-to-market actions’
* Non profit organisations get up to 100% direct
• Indirect costs:
–A further 25% of total eligible direct costs
–No full cost option
H2020 Call Information – the Participant Portal
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/home
Call area – NMBP (Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials,
Biotechnology and advanced manufacturing and Processing)
Mix of:
•
Nanotechnologies
•
Advanced Materials
•
Biotechnology
•
Advanced manufacturing & Processing
•
Public Private Partnerships – Factories of the Future, Energy Efficient
Buildings, Process Industries (SPIRE)
•
~ €500m p.a. budget – Feb/March 2015 deadlines (check topics)
•
Mainly Collaborative projects – 3 Member States (SME topics
exception)
Work programme topic structure
Reflects the challenge-based approach - 3 key features:
• Specific Challenge
- sets context, problem to be addressed, why intervention is needed
• Scope
- outlines the problem, specifies the focus and the boundaries of the potential
action BUT without overly describing specific approaches - indication of the
targeted TRLs and of the average EU funding of the expected proposal in
order to suitably address the level of ambition of the topic
• Expected Impact
- describes the key elements of what is expected to be achieved in relation to
the specific challenge
Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) – topic range
 NMP in FP7: TRLs 1 – 4;
up to 5-6 in 2012-13 (pilots and demonstrators)
 H2020 NMP: TRLs 3/4 – 8; centre at TRLs 5-7
 Emphasis on project exploitation/impact
H2020 NMP topics (2015 call focus)
• NMP 2 - 2015: Integration of novel nanomaterials into existing production lines
• NMP 3 - 2015: Manufacturing and control of nanoporous materials
• NMP 6 - 2015: Novel nanomatrices and nanocapsules
• NMP 7 - 2015: Additive manufacturing for table-top nanofactories
• NMP 11 - 2015: Nanomedicine therapy for cancer
• NMP 12 - 2015: Biomaterials for treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s
disease
• NMP 15 - 2015: Materials innovations for the optimisation of cooling in power
plants
• NMP 16 - 2015: Extended in-service life of advanced functional materials in
energy technologies (capture, conversion, storage and/or transmission of
energy)
H2020 NMP topics (2015 call focus)
• NMP 19 - 2015: Materials for severe operating conditions, including addedvalue functionalities
• NMP 22 - 2015: Fibre-based materials for non-clothing applications
• NMP 23 - 2015: Novel materials by design for substituting critical materials
• NMP 24 - 2015: Low-energy solutions for drinking water production
• NMP 25 – 2014/2015: Accelerating the uptake of nanotechnologies,
advanced materials or advanced manufacturing and processing
technologies by SMEs
• NMP 31 – 2015: Increasing the capacity to perform nano-safety assessment
• NMP 32 – 2015: Next generation tools for risk governance of nanomaterials
• NMP 34 - 2015: Societal engagement on responsible nanotechnology
• NMP 40 – 2015: Support for clustering and networking in the micro- &
nanofluidics community
H2020 NMP: Public Private Partnership topics
Factories of the Future
• FoF 8 – 2015: ICT-enabled modelling, simulation, analytics and forecasting
technologies
• FoF 9 – 2015: ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs (I4MS)
• FoF 10 – 2015: Manufacturing of custom made parts for personalised
products
• FoF 11 – 2015: Flexible production systems based on integrated tools for
rapid reconfiguration of machinery and robots
• FoF 12 – 2015: Industrial technologies for advanced joining and assembly
processes of multi-materials
• FoF 13 – 2015: Re-use and re-manufacturing technologies and equipment
for sustainable product life cycle management
• FoF 14 – 2015: Integrated design and management of production machinery
and processes
H2020 NMP: Public Private Partnership topics
Energy Efficient Buildings topics
• EeB 5 – 2015: Innovative design tools for refurbishment at building and
district level
• EeB 6 – 2015: Integrated solutions of thermal energy storage for building
applications
• EeB 7 – 2015: New tools and methodologies to reduce the gap between
predicted and actual energy performances at the level of buildings and blocks
of buildings
• EeB 8 – 2015: Integrated approach to retrofitting of residential buildings
H2020 NMP: Public Private Partnership topics
SPIRE (Process Industries) topics
• SPIRE 5 – 2015: New adaptable catalytic reactor methodologies for Process
Intensification
• SPIRE 6 – 2015: Energy and resource management systems for improved
efficiency in the process industries
• SPIRE 7 – 2015: Recovery technologies for metals and other minerals
• SPIRE 8 – Solids handling for intensified process technology
Finding Partners
Normally….
 Look to your own supply chain first and ask if
there.is European CRD experience
 Knowledge Transfer Network, EEN services
Partner
finding
Existing
Contacts
Friends of
Existing
Contacts
 Project database can indicate projects in your area
and help identify key players http://cordis.europa.eu/projects/home_en.html
 Partner search facilities www.nmpteam.com,
Cordis partner search, PPP associations, etc)
 Go to brokerage events, European conferences
in your target area if you can (13/11 Brussels)
 Start early…
NMP info & Partner Search site (www.nmpteam.com)
NMP Partners
in Europe &
beyond
nmpteam.com
www.h2020uk.org
UK Knowledge Transfer Network
 Funded by Innovate UK
 Many have extensive European Contacts
 Strong Sectoral Focus
 Willing to built consortia and partners, particularly in the
UK but with increasing focus internationally
https://connect.innovateuk.org/knowledge-transfer-networks
Sources of Help available
• The NCP networks
• The UK Knowledge Transfer Networks
• Enterprise Europe Networks
• Your own Supply Chain!
Use them to fit your purpose as a business
H2020 National Contact Point for NMP
www.h2020uk.org

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