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Il Programma di lavoro NMPB 2014-2015 in
Horizon 2020 ed il ruolo della delegazione a
supporto della partecipazione italiana
Donata Medaglini
Università degli Studi di Siena
Rappresentante Italiano nel Comitato di Programma H2020
“Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced
Manufacturing and Processing”
Giornata Informativa sul Programma Horizon 2020 – Università di Siena 25 Febbraio 2014
Delegazione italiana
nei Comitati di Programma
• esprime la posizione italiana nella elaborazione
dei Programmi di Lavoro (quindi dei bandi)
e nei diversi stadi della loro implementazione
• riferimenti:
gli obiettivi generali della ricerca EU d’interesse per Italia
i piani nazionali e regionali della ricerca
le capacità di ricerca del paese
• obiettivi:
il massimo numero di progetti italiani di successo:
sostenere temi in cui la partecipazione italiana
può avere successo
migliorare il ritorno rispetto a FP7 (obiettivo 14%)
Ruolo dei delegati nazionali
• Rappresentare gli interessi del Paese in UE
– Proporre alla CE modifiche ai WP
– Consultare gli stakeholers nazionali
– Creare sinergie ed alleanze con le altre delegazioni
• Accrescere la competitività dell’Italia
– Partecipare alla definizione del PNR in linea con
H2020
– Sostenere sinergie tra UE, Regioni, MIUR, Cluster
tecnologici.
Governance – Horizon 2020
14 PROGRAMME COMMITTEE CONFIGURATIONS
(provide Member States oversight and input into work programmes)
1. HORIZONTAL CONFIGURATION
4 . ICT
2. ERC
Marie Curie,
FET
8. Health
9. Bio-economy
5. Nanotech,Materials,
Biotech, Manufacturing
10. Energy
11. Transport
3. Research
infrastructures
6. Space
7. SMEs,
Risk Finance
12. Climate
13. Inclusive
societies
14. Security
Rappresentanti italiani nei comitati di H2020
1.
Horizontal Configuration: Prof. Fulvio
ESPOSITO, Capo Segreteria Tecnica MIUR.
10. Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy: Prof.
Riccardo BASOSI, Università di Siena
2.
ERC, MSCA, FET: Dr. Daniela CORDA, CNRNapoli.
11. Smart, Green and Integrated Transport: Prof.
Angela DI FEBBRARO, Università di Genova
3.
Research Infrastructure: Prof. Cristina
MESSA, Rettore Università Milano Bicocca
4.
ICT: Prof. Paola INVERARDI, Rettore
Università de l’Aquila
12. Climate Action, Resource Efficiency and Raw
Materials: Prof. Carlo BARBANTE, CNRVenezia, Università Cà Foscari Venezia
5.
6.
Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials,
Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing
and Processing: Prof. Donata MEDAGLINI,
Università di Siena
14. Secure Societies – Protecting freedom and
security of Europe and its citizens: Prof.
Maurizio AIELLO, CNR-Genova
Space: Prof. Amalia ERCOLI FINZI, Politecnico
di Milano
7.
8.
15. EURATOM: Dott. Giacomo CUTTONE, INFNRoma
SME & Access to Risk Finance: Prof. Alberto
DI MININ, Con Min. per le Politiche
16. JPI ex Aart. 187: Dott. Fabrizio VECCHI, Capo
sull’Innovazione MIUR; Ricercatore Economia
Segreteria MIUR, Dott. Federico
e gestione dell’impresa “S.S.S. Anna”
CINQUEPALMI, DG per ’Internazionalizzazione
della ricerca MIUR
Health, Demographic change & Wellbeing:
Prof. Angela SANTONI, Università La
Sapienza, Roma
9.
13. Europe in a changing world – Inclusive,
Innovative and Reflective Societies: Prof.
Fabio DONATO, Univeristà di Ferrara
European Bioeconomy Challenges: Prof.
Favio FAVA, Università di Bologna
Delegazione Italiana NMP-B H2020
Donata Medaglini
Delegata per il Comitato NMP+B in H2020
Esperti:
Elisa Molinari
Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
Delegata per il Comitato NMP in FP7
Luisa Tondelli
CNR Bologna
Luisa Torsi
Università di Bari
Francesca Cappiello
Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico
Rappresentanti dell’ Industria (nomina in corso)
NMP in FP7
% finanziamenti per aree tematiche
Tema
nano
materiali
s.prod.
integrazione
totale
AT
2,89
2,46
1,94
1,61
2,26
BE
4,24
5,53
4,64
5,25
4,92
DE
18,74
20,52
26,04
18,56
20,80
EL
1,97
1,88
1,66
2,44
1,99
ES
9,54
8,88
8,93
9,01
9,10
FI
3,23
2,49
2,49
4,30
3,12
FR
IT
6,69
9,78
8,08 11,29
8,00 10,46
10,80
9,47
8,34 10,27
NL
4,80
5,30
4,38
5,36
4,98
Obiettivo H2020
Aumentare la
capacità del
sistema nazionale
di attrarre fondi
14%
La partecipazione italiana vincente è più forte nelle PPP
UK
12,93
11,42
10,69
7,86
10,81
Preparation of H2020 Work Programme
Adoption of WP ( 10 Dec 2013)
Approval of the Work Programme (20 Nov 2013)
Member States Consultation
Draft Work Programmes (Sept-Nov 2013)
Draft Horizon 2020 Strategic Programme
(Feb2013)
EC proposal for H2020 (30 Nov 2011)
Launch of
first calls
Work Programme Cycle
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
WP 1
WP 2
WP 3
WP 4
•WP for 2015 is provided on an indicative basis and may be
revised during 2014
•Will start soon discussion on WP 2016-2017
NMP+B in Horizon 2020
KETs: Key Enabling Technologies
•Six strategic technologies
•Driving competitiviness and growth opportunities
•Contribution to solving societal challenges
•Knowledge and capital intensity
•Cut across many sectors
The relevant topics of the work programme have been
developed identifying promising areas for cross-cutting KETs.
Photonics
Biotechnology
Advanced
Manufactoring Systems
Advanced Materials
•KET High-level Group
Micro and
Nanoelectronics
•EC Communications
(2009) 512 & (2012) 341
Nanotechnology
European KET Strategy:
Calls 2014-2015
Budget/Budget
Calls 2014-2015
Total Budget NMP+B 2014-2015 : 992,2 € million
Budget 2014: 488,2 € million
Budget 2015: 504 € million
Contributions to other
Energy Efficient programme (ICT/WASTE)
NMP
Buildings
1,8%
49,2%
11,5%
Sustainable
Process
Industries
13,5%
NMP
49,2%
1
2
3
4
Factories of
the Future
16%
5
6
BIOTECH
7,9%
41% of the NMP+B Budget for PPP
Public Private Partnerships in Horizon 2020
 To solve problems together with industry
 To strengthen European industrial leadership
 To facilitate prioritisation of R&I in line with the
Europe 2020 objectives and industry needs
 To leverage research and innovation elements
 To strongly commit industry to joint objectives
PPPs in Horizon 2020
3 PPP in NMPB
PPPs in NMPB
FoF
Area covered:
Process optimisation;
manufacturing of
complex structures;
energy efficiency; worker
–attractive factories;
product-service design;
human-robot
collaboration
EeB
SPIRE
Innovative
construction
Performance
monitoring
tools
New
technologies
Building
solutions with
energy
equipment and
storage
Interactive
sustainable
buildings
http://ec.europa.eu/research/industrial_tec
hnologies/factories-of-the-future_en.html
http://ec.europa.eu/research/industrial_technologies/energ
y-efficient-buildings_en.html
http://www.spire2030.eu/
Calls 2014 NMP - Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials and Production
Addressing
generic
needs inpotential
support
governance,
standards,
models and
Safety
of nanotechnology-based
applications
and
support
for and
thetechnologies
development
Exploiting
the
cross-sector
of for
Nanotechnologies
Advanced
Nanotechnology
and Advanced
materials
low-carbon
energy
Nanotechnology
Advanced
Materials
for
more
effective
Healthcare
Bridging
the gapand
between
nanotechnology
research
and
markets
structuring inMaterials
nanotechnology,
materials
advanced manufacturing
of
regulation
to drive
competitiveness
andand
sustainibility
andadvanced
Energy
Efficiency
Topic Id.
Title
Instrument
TRL
NMP1- 2014
Open access pilot lines for cost-effective nanocomposites
Res & I Actions
4/5
NMP4- 2014
NMP5- 2014
NMP8- 2014
NMP9- 2014
High definition printing of multifunctional materials
Industrial-scale production of nanomaterials for printing applications
Scale-up of nanopharmaceuticals production
Networking of SMEs in the nano-biomedical sector
I Actions
I Actions
Res &I Actions
Support Actions
4/5
4/5
4/5
NMP27- 2014 Coordination of EU and international efforts in safety of nanotechnology
Support Actions
NMP31- 2014 Novel visualization tools for enhanced nanotechnology awareness
Support Actions
NMP33- 2014 The Materials "Common House"
NMP34- 2014 Networking and sharing of best practises in management of new advanced materials
through the eco-design of products, eco-innovation, and product life cycle management.
NMP36- 2014 Facilitating knowledge management, networking and coordination in NMP
NMP37- 2014 Practical experience and facilitating combined funding for large-scale RDI initiatives
NMP38- 2014 Presidency events
NMP39- 2014 Support for NCPs
NMP10- 2014 Biomaterials for the treatment of diabetes mellitus
NMP13- 2014 Storage of energy produced by decentralised sources
NMP18- 2014 Materials solutions for use in the creative industry sector
NMP20- 2014 Widening materials models
NMP21- 2014 Materials-based solutions for the protection or preservation of European cultural
heritage
NMP26- 2014 Joint EU & MS activity on the next phase of research in support of regulation “NANOREG
II"
NMP28- 2014 Assessment of environmental fate of nanomaterials
NMP35- 2014 Business models with new supply chains for sustainable customer-driven small series
production
NMP17Post-lithium ion batteries for electric automotive applications
2014
Support Actions
Support Actions
Support Actions
Support Actions
Support Actions
Support Actions
Res & I Actions
Res & I Actions
I Actions
Res & I Actions
I Actions
Selection
procedure/
Deadline
6 Single stage
06/05/2014
6
6
6/7
Budget
(EUR
Million)
66.20
12.50
Res & I Actions
Target 5
Target 5
Two stage:
Target 5-7
Target 5
Target 5-7 First stage
0 6/05/2014
Target 5
Res & I Actions
I Actions
Second stage
Target 4
Target 6-7 0 7/10/2014
Res & I Actions
Target 4
Single stage
07/10/2014
114.20
16.00
NMP 4 – 2014 High definition printing of
multifunctional materials
Scope: Proposals should address industrial needs by developing and
demonstrating in relevant industrial environments high throughput printing
technologies with higher definitions (down to nanoscale) utilising a wider spectrum
of multifunctional materials. Pilot line setting should be used to verify production
speed and reliability, as well as sufficient yield, quality and functionality of the
intended application.
Expected impact:
• Significant improvements in industrial productivity in comparison with traditional
processes, such as lithography, verified in a pilot line setting in terms of
production speed and reliability
• Contribution to improved resource efficiency, safety and environmental
friendliness of high throughput printing processes and related products;
• Contribution to improved technical knowledge on printing of functional materials
at the nanoscale, leading to new products and creating market opportunities for
European industries;
Type of action: Research & Innovation Actions, projects start at TRL 4-5 and target
TRL 6.
Budget: 5-8 million
Calls 2015 NMP - Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials and Production
Addressing
generic
needs
inAdvanced
support
ofMaterials
governance,
standards,
models
and of
Safety
of Nanotechnology
nanotechnology-based
applications
and support
for effective
the
development
Nanotechnology
and
Advanced
Materials
forlow-carbon
more
Exploiting
the cross-sector
potential
of
Nanotechnologies
and
Advanced
and
for
energy
Bridging
the gap between
nanotechnology
research
and markets
structuring
in nanotechnology,
advancwed
materials
and
advanced
manufactoring
regulation
Healthcare
Materialstechnologies
to drive
competitiveness
and
sustainibility
and Energy
Efficiency
Topic Id.
Title
Instrument
TRL
NMP2- 2015
Integration of novel nanomaterials into existing production lines
I Actions
Target 7
NMP3- 2015
NMP6- 2015
Manufacturing and control of nanoporous materials
Novel nanomatrices and nanocapsules
I Actions
Res & I Actions
Target 6
Target 4-5
NMP7- 2015
Additive manufacturing for table-top nanofactories
Res & I Actions
Target 4-5
NMP32- 2015
Societal engagement on responsible nanotechnology
Support Actions
NMP38- 2015
Presidency events
Support Actions
NMP11- 2015
Nanomedicine therapy for cancer
Res & I Actions
Target 6-7
NMP12- 2015
Biomaterials for treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease
Res & I Actions
Target 5
NMP15- 2015
Materials innovations for the optimisation of cooling in power plants
I Actions
Target 6
NMP16- 2015
Extended in-service life of advanced functional materials in energy
technologies (capture, conversion, storage and/or transmission of energy)
I Actions
Target 6
NMP19- 2015
Res & I Actions
Target 5
NMP22- 2015
Materials for severe operating conditions, including added-value
functionalities
Fibre-based materials for non-clothing application
I Actions
Target 5-6
NMP23- 2015
Novel materials by design for substituting critical materials
Res & I Actions
Target 3-4
NMP24- 2015
Low-energy solutions for drinking water production
I Actions
Target 6-7
NMP29- 2015
Increasing the capacity to perform nano-safety ass
Res & I Actions
Target 4
NMP30- 2015
Next generation tools for risk governance of nanomaterials
Res & I Actions
Target 5
NMP14- 2015
ERA-NET on Materials (including Materials for Energy)
I Actions
Target 6
NMP252014/2015
Accelerating the uptake of nanotechnologies, advanced materials or
advanced manufacturing and processing technologies by SMEs
SME Instrument
(70% funding)
Selection
procedure/
Deadline
Single stage
26/03/2015
Budget
(EUR
Million)
66.00
2.20
Two stage:
First stage
26/03/2015
152.00
Second stage
08/09/2015
Single stage
26/03/2015
Phase 1 Phase 2
2014
Phase 1 Phase2
2015
10.00
21.80
23.80
Background
BIOTECHNOLOGY CALLS
FP7 Biotech KBBE (Knowledge based bio-economy)
Industrial biotechnology
H2020 LEIT Biotech
•Biotechnology-based industrial processes
•Boosting cutting-edge biotechnologies as future innovation
drivers
Environmental biotechnology
Emerging trends in biotechnology
• Innovative and competitive platform technologies
NEW
Novel sources of biomass and bioproducts
Marine and fresh-water biotechnology
Biorefinery
Societal challenge 2
Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and
maritime research and the bioeconomy
Calls BIOTEC 2014/2015 – Biotechnology
Topic Id.
Title
Instrument
BIOTEC 1- 2014
Synthetic biology- construction of organisms for new
products and processes
Res & I Actions Target 3-5
BIOTEC 3- 2014
Widening industrial application of enzymatic
processes
I Actions
Target 5-7
BIOTEC 4 - 2014
Downstream processes unlocking biotechnological
transformations
New bioinformatics approaches in service of
biotechnology
I Actions
Target 5-7
BIOTEC 2- 2015
TRL
Res & I Actions Target 3-5
Target 3-5
Selection
procedure/
Deadline
Budget
(EUR
Million)
Two stage:
18.00
First stage
12/03/2014
Second stage
26/06/2014
29.90
Two stage:
First stage
24/02/2015
Second stage
11/06/2015
BIOTEC 6- 2015
Metagenomics as innovation driver
Res &I Actions
BIOTEC 52014/2015
SME- boosting biotechnology-based industrial
processes driving competitiveness and sustainibility
SME Instrument Target 6 or Single stage:
above
Phase 1 and
Phase 2
2014/2015
29.60
6.20
BIOTEC 1 - 2014:
Synthetic biology – construction of organisms for new
products and processes
Scope: Proposals should be industry and application driven, aiming on innovative approaches
for different industrially relevant products. RTD challenges relate to the artificial design and/or
simplification of the genomes and their use for the predictable engineering of biotechnological
applications
Expected impact:
• Scientific breakthroughs spurring innovation across sectors such as healthcare, energy,
materials, chemicals, environmental technologies and agriculture.
• Technological validation of a number of synthetic biology derived products currently
approaching proof-of-concept phase.
• Reinforced cooperation with academia will allow European industry including SMEs to
capitalise on the European knowhow of synthetic biology and keep the prospects for
European synthetic biology at the front of global competition.
Type of action: Research & Innovation Actions, TRL: 3 and 5.
Budget: 6-10 million
Calls 2014/2015 FoF - Factories of the Future
Topic Id.
Title
Instrument
FoF 1- 2014
Process optimisation of manufacturing assets
FoF 2- 2014
Target 4-6
FoF 3- 2014
Manufacturing processes for complex structures and geometries with efficient
use of material
Global energy and other resources efficiency in manufacturing enterprises
Res & I Actions
Support Actions
Res & I Actions
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
FoF 4- 2014
Developing smart factories that are attractive to workers
I Actions
Target 5-7
FoF 5- 2014
Innovative product-service design using manufacturing intelligence
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
FoF 6- 2014
I Actions
Target 5-7
FoF 7- 2014
Symbiotic human-robot collaborations for safe and dynamic multimodal
manufacturing systems
Support for the enhancement of the impact of FoF PPP projects
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
Res & I Actions
Support Actions
Res & I Actions
Support Actions
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
Fof 11 - 2015
Flexible production systems based on integrated tools for rapid reconfiguration
of machinery and robots
Industrial technologies for advanced joining and assembly processes of multimaterials
Re-use and re-manufacturing technologies and equipment for sustainable
product life cycle management
Integrated design and management of production machinery and processes
I Actions
Target 5-7
I Actions
Target 5-7
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
Fof 12 - 2015
Fof 13 - 2015
Fof 14 - 2015
TRL
Deadline
20/03/2014
Budget
(EUR
Million)
34.00
(ICT)
82.00
Support Actions
09/12/2014
32.00
(ICT)
36.00
(ICT)
77.00
Calls EeB - Energy-efficient Buildings
Topic Id.
Title
Instrument
TRL
EeB 1- 2014
Materials for building envelope
I Actions
EeB 2- 2014
Adaptable envelopes integrated in building refurbishment
projects
Development of new self-inspection techniques and quality
check measures for efficient construction processes
Res & I Actions
Target 6
and above
Target 4-6
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
Support for the enhancement of the impact of EeB PPP
projects
Innovative design tools for refurbishment at building and
district level
Integrated solutions of thermal energy storage for building
applications
New tools and methodologies to reduce the gap between
predicted and actual energy performances at the level of
buildings and blocks of buildings
Support Actions
Integrated approach to retrofitting of residential buildings
EeB 3- 2014
EeB 4- 2014
EeB 5- 2015
EeB 6- 2015
EeB 7- 2015
EeB 8- 2015
I Actions
Target 5-7
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
I Actions
Target 5-7
I Actions
Target 5-7
Deadline
Budget
(EUR
Million)
20/03/2014 49.50
09/12/2014 64.00
Calls SPIRE- Sustainable Process Industries
Topic Id.
Title
Instrument
TRL
Deadline
SPIRE 1-2004
Integrated Process Control
Res & I Actions
Target 3-5
20/03/2014
Budget
(EUR
Million)
60.30
SPIRE 2-2004
Adaptable industrial processes allowing the use of
renewables as flexible feedstock for chemical and energy
applications
Improved downstream processing of mixtures in process
industries
I Actions
Target 5-7
09/12/2014
77.00
SPIRE 3-2004
Target 5-7
SPIRE 4-2004
Methodologies, tools and indicators for cross-sectorial
Support Actions
sustainability assessment of energy and resource efficient
solutions in the process industry
SPIRE 5- 2005
New adaptable catalytic reactor methodologies for
Process Intensification
Res & I Actions
Target 3-5
SPIRE 6- 2005
Energy and resource management systems for improved
efficiency in the process industries
Res & I Actions
Target 4-6
SPIRE 7- 2005
Recovery technologies for metals and other minerals
I Actions
Target 5-7
SPIRE 8- 2005
Solid handling for intesified process technology
I Actions
Target 5-7
NMP+B in Horizon 2020:
Suggerimenti
per una partecipazione di successo
Leggere bene le call:
• Technical content / scope
• Special features
• Expected impact
• Funding scheme
• TRL
non conviene forzare troppo rispetto alla call
Se trovate « la vostra call »
• Scegliere i partner sulla base della qualità e
del reale contributo al progetto
 sinergie tra imprese e uni/ricerca
• Leggere bene anche i criteri di valutazione
e le istruzioni per i referee
• Far leggere l’idea progettuale, e poi il proposal,
con buon anticipo a qualcuno che ne abbia già fatti.
Leggere bene le call:
• Technical content
• Special features
• Expected impact
• Funding scheme
• Verificare il TRL
Se non trovate « la vostra call »
Leggere bene le call:
• Technical content
• Special features
• Expected impact
• Funding scheme
• Verificare il TRL
non conviene forzare troppo rispetto alla call
Se non trovate « la vostra call »
• altre parti di Horizon 2020
• input per prossime call attraverso
•Board di Consultazione
•Consultazioni Nazionali (APRE)
•Ogranizzazione/partecipazione a Workshops, Position papers
•Partecipazione attiva nelle PPP
•Incontri per rafforzare collaborazioni con esperti di altri paesi
•Organizzazione di tavoli di lavoro
•Giornate info nazionali e europee, Incontri regionali
• Delegati e esperti nazionali
Horizon 2020 Participant Portal : Reference Documents
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/funding/reference_docs.html
Participant Portal  Search Topics
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/search/search_topics.html
Participant Portal  Calls
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/master_calls.html
Participant Portal  Calls  Topics
Horizon 2020 – Types of Action
For Researchers
Call for experts
New calls for expression of interest for individual
experts and for organisations to suggest experts
for the evaluation of proposals under Horizon
2020 published.
•http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/support/h2
020_call-individual_experts_oj_c342_03.pdf
LET’S 2014
Evento del semestre di
PRESIDENZA ITALIANA
dell’UNIONE EUROPEA
(Luglio-Dicembre 2014)
Bologna, Palazzo dei Congressi
29 Settembre – 1 Ottobre 2014
Co-finanziato dall’Unione Europea
FP7-NMP.2013.4.0-9 - Organisation of events including those related to the Presidencies of the
European Union
Support Action (SA) – Grant agreement no. 608892
More information:
Horizon 2020:
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/
H2020 Research Participant Portal:
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/home.html
Full List of H2020 Reference Documents:
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/funding/reference_docs.h
tml
Full List of H2020 Calls:
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/mast
er_calls.html
Contractual Public Private Partnerships in research and innovation:
http://ec.europa.eu/research/industrial_technologies/ppp-in-research_en.html
APRE: Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea
http://www.apre.it/
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