CATALONIA

Report
‫המינהלת הישראלית למו"פ האירופי‬
The Israel-Europe R&D Directorate
Marcel Shaton
Catalonia
September 2013
ISERD
Steering Committee:
Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Science and
Technology, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of
Finance and the Council for Higher Education –
Planning and Budgeting Committee.
Chairman of the Steering Committee – Mr. Avi Hasson,
Chief Scientist, Ministry of Economy.
General Manager: Mr. Marcel SHATON
ISERD Aims at
Maximizing the benefits of participation in the
Framework Program
The Innovation Ecosystem
is Complex
High skilled workers
Researchers
Entrepreneurs
Funds
Research
Facilities
Industry
IP Protection
Laws
Support Programs Along the R&D Chain
Basic
Research
PBC (Vatat) & ISF
Ministry of Science,
Technology &
Space
Applies Academic
Research
Other Ministries
OCS Ministry of
Economy
International
Program
Nofar
Tnufa
Incubators
Magnet
Competitive
R&D
Market Proximity
The OCS Programs Support
Most of these Paths
Large
Firms
Agreement
NATAF
BioBank
TAMIR
Renewabl
e Energy
Water
Technology
R&D
Fund
BioTec
h Fund
Financial
R&D
Agriculture
Nanotechnology
Centers
Young
Entrepreneur
s
TZATAM
Industrial
Magneton
MAGNET
programs
R&D
MEIMAD
Research
Institutions
Horizon
2020
MultiNational
Corporations
Program
Eureka
Industrial
Incubators
Technological
Incubators
Traditional
Industry
TNUFA
Bi-National
Agreement
s
NOFAR
Industry- KAMIN
Academia
Cooperati
on
R&D Centers In Israel
Over 250 foreign companies have established R&D centres in Israel
Quality of Scientific Research
Israel is a Global Leader
in Research and Innovation
Israel
Level of innovation
Source: World Economic Forum, 2011
Israel’s Competitive Edge
VC Investment, $ per capita
Business Expenditure On R&D
(% GDP)
1st
Total Expenditure On R&D
(% GDP)
1st
Entrepreneurship
2nd
Skilled Labor
4th
Venture Capital
5th
Flexibility And Adaptability
6th
Source: IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2012
But this was not always the case…
40
This change was
led by the hi-tech
sector
35
Billions USD
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Industrial
Exports
~$25B:
10% of
current
GDP
Sectors of Companies in Incubators
2012
Electronics &
Machinery
3%
Cleantech
15%
Medical
Device
42%
ICT
32%
Biotech &
Pharma
8%
Government
Investments VS. Private
Government
Investments
VS. Funds
Private Funds
Invested in 1,750,000
Companies (Aggregate)
Invested
inIncubator
Incubator
Companies
1991 - 2011
(Aggregate), 1991-2011
1,500,000
Thousand Dollars
3,750,000
3,500,000
1,250,000
3,250,000
3,000,000
2,750,000
1,000,000
2,500,000
2,250,000
750,000
2,000,000
1,750,000
1,500,000
500,000
1,250,000
1,000,000
750,000
250,000
500,000
250,000
0
Cumulative Government Invesments
Cumulative Private Funds
1997
1998
1999
2000
0
1991
91
1992
92
1993
68,560
95
1996
44,980
94
1995
21,600
93
1994
5,100
99,560
130,660
96
162,160
97
192,760
98
222,591
99
254,158
286,308
01
313,440
0
100
7,950
19,045
52,026
90,580
152,652
248,729
342,260
645,705
762,910
847,140
00
2001
2002
02
2003
2004
2005
2006
2008
2009
2010
03
364,673
04
396,126
05
428,915
06
461,760
07
509,389
08
556,419
09
600,803
932,903
1,127,845
1,303,012
1,741,701
2,174,548
2,546,047
2,868,841
3,155,837
1991
1992
5,100
21,600
Cumulative
Government
InvesmentsInvestments
Cumulative
Government
Cumulative Private Funds
2007
339,460
0
100
1993
10
2011
11
643,980
1994
3,445,773
44,980
68,560
7,950
19,045
Platforms for R&D cooperation
Israel - Spain
National, Regional, European:




Cooperation with CDTI and ACC1O (Catalunya).
Eureka (call will be opened this month).
Eurostars
FP
Funding Agencies
In CATALONIA –
Ms. Mariona Sanz Ausàs- ACCIO- Catalunya
Tel: . +34 93 4767210
E-mail: [email protected]
In ISRAEL –
Mr. Uzi Bar-Sadeh
Tel: 03-5118185
E-mail: [email protected]
Program Characteristics
 Industrial R&D in all sectors
 Annual Calls for Proposals- New call is open
 Joint Participation and contribution of both
sides to the project
 Project Financing up to 50% of Costs
EUREKA members and affiliates
EUREKA has 41 full members;
two countries with transitional
status and South Korea, Canada
as associate countries
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
European Union
Finland
France
FYR Macedonia
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Monaco
Montenegro
The Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russian Federation
San Marino
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Transitional status:
Albania
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Associate country:
South Korea
Canada
Israel is an Associated State
that allows it full participation in the
Framework RTD Programs since 1996
(mid FP4)
Why Israel participates in the
Framework Programmes
 Integration of Israeli market in globalization
process
 Increase Israeli business penetration in
Europe
 Increase visibility of Israeli academic
community in Europe
 Enhance cooperation between industry and
academia in Israel
Benefits of participation






Access to new technology/techniques
Access to new markets/key customers
Better sector knowledge
Involvement in new standards
Playing in the major leagues
Funding
Added Value for a Company
Participating in FP7









Strategic partnerships
Synergy of resources
Market intelligence
Access to research of the entire project
Shorter time to market
Name recognition
Standardization
Funding for large R&D projects
Integration in the European market
The Israeli Results in FP
- September 2013
( Israeli total contribution to FP7: 535 M€ )
Israeli Cooperation with
EU Partner-Countries
in Approved FP7 Projects
source - EU E-corda - June 2013
Average Grant by country Per-Capita
in FP7 Approved Projects
source - EU E-corda - June 2013
CATALONIA - ISRAEL
Cooperation in FP7 Approved Projects
Participants
Catalonia
Israel
Research Themes
Projects
Health
Food, Agriculture, Biotechnology & Fisheries (KBBE)
Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)
Nanotechnologies, Materials, Production (NMP)
Energy
Environment
Transport & Aeronautics
Space
Security
Socio-Economic Sciences & Humanities (SSH)
PEOPLE
Research Infrastructures (RI)
SME (Small & Medium size Enterprises)
Research Potential (REGPOT)
Science in Society (SIS)
INCO
Total
25
8
27
10
5
7
3
3
3
5
5
11
5
31
13
38
12
8
10
4
4
4
11
4
11
7
35
8
36
16
11
9
3
3
6
5
6
13
7
4
4
4
121
161
162
source - EU E-corda - June 2013
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