Theme NMP- Opportunities for 2009

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European Commission

Research DG, Directorate Industrial technologies





FP7 and Green Chemistry


Theme NMP
-

Opportunities for 2009



Impulse /COST 21 Conference
,

PG Brussels

16 October, 2008


Frédéric Gouardères

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Seven framework Programme


NMP approach and green chemistry


Opportunities for 2009
-

pre
-

announcement


Joint call on Biorefineries

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FP7 Challenges: an increasing
role

for
EU Research



Objective “Lisbon”:

to become the most dynamic
and most competitive knowledge
-
based economy
within 10 years


Objective “Göteborg”:

sustainable development
(environment, health, economy, employment)


“Barcelona” targets:


1,9%


3,0% of GDP with
2/3 financed by private sector; towards 700,000
researchers


European Research Area (ERA):

…Integrating,
reinforcing, structuring RTD capacities, improving
coordination of policies, overcoming
fragmentation of efforts… and stimulating
investment in RTD


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Research

Growth


and Jobs

Education

Innovation

GENERATE

AND USE NEW KNOWLEDGE …

Lisbon strategy

Triangle of Knowledge

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Europe’s RTD intensity

as world competitor

Figure I.1.1 R&D intensity (GERD as % of GDP) in the major world regions, 1995-2005
(1)
JP
(2)
KR
(3)
US
(4)
EU-25
EU-27
CN
(5)
RU
0,0
0,5
1,0
1,5
2,0
2,5
3,0
3,5
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
R&D intensity (GERD as % of GDP)
3.17

2.67

1.84

2.99

1.34

1.07

% GDP

RTD intensity in world regions

Source: “Key RTD Figures 2007 on Science, Technology and Innovation”
-

Towards a European knowledge Area

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The new FP7 is aimed at increasing the potential for
economic growth and at strengthening European
competitiveness by investing in knowledge, innovation and
human capital.


FP7 budget:

50.5 Billions


(2007
-
2013)

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FP7

Structure and New
Budget

Cooperation



Collaborative research


32.4 Billions



10 Thematic approaches


People



Human Potential


4.7 Billions


Marie Curie actions, mobility

Ideas



Frontier Research
-

7.5 Billions


includes the establishment of a European Research Council,

Capacities



Research Capacity
-

4.2 Billions


Incl. potential research capacities of EU small and medium
-
sized Enterprises

By courtesy of Airbus


© Copyright CERN


© Copyright ESA

Success through co
-
operation

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I. Cooperation



M€

1.
Health

6050

2
.
Biotechnology, food and agriculture

1935

3.
Information society

9110

4.
Nanotechnologies, materials and production

3500

5.
Energy

2300

6.
Environment

1900

7.
Transport

4180

8.
Socio
-
economic research


610

9.
S
pace

10.
Security

1430

1350




FP7 2007
-
2013

‘Cooperation’
-

10 themes

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NMP Strategic Framework

NMP


Technology coverage

Upstream

Technology Development
Multi
-
sectoral Potential

Small / Medium scale projects

Downstream

Technology Integration

Multi
-
sectoral Benefits

Cross / Single
-
sector Integration

Large scale projects

Nanosciences Nanotechnologies

Materials Technologies

Production Technologies

NMP

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NMP Strategic Framework

NMP Life Cycle Strategy

ERC

Future and

Emerging
Technologies

Breakthrough technology

Step change

Enabling technologies

Technological innovation

Industrial
application

Knowledge generation

New Ideas

Basic research


Applied research /
Demonstration /
Validation

Knowledge deployment
New products / Services

Long term
applied research

New systems

Market

Open

topics for
broadly defined
range of
applications

Focused topics with
precise fields of
application

NMP

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13

EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS

Definitions ??


Provide a
framework for stakeholders
,
led by
industry
, to define research and development
priorities in the medium to long term.


Play a key role by covering the whole economic value
chain and by
mobilising public authorities at national
and regional levels.

GREAT SUPPORT OF NATIONAL
INITIATIVES


Fostering effective
public
-
private partnerships
,
technology platforms have the potential to contribute
significantly to the
renewed Lisbon strategy
.


Orienting FP7 to better meet the
needs of industry
.

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European Technology platforms

Knowledge for Growth

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Industry

EuropaBio

Downstream

Users

National groups

Sustainable Chemistry TP

…A Forum of Stakeholders

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NMP WP

Establishment

Timetable 2009

Mid Jan

Theoretical discussion at PC Meeting

Jan
-
June

Advice/consultation from external sources /


Coordination with other Programmes e.g. ICT

March


Topics presentation at PC Meeting

May


First draft text

July
-
Sept

Consolidation phase

Sept


Final text

October

Launch of the InterService Consultation (EC)

November

Opinion of the Committee

November

Adoption by the Commission and publication


of the calls

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Towards a more sustainable
production



green chemistry


Enviromentally friendly approaches
towards zero wastes
.


Minimisation of
non renewable resources

uses (incl.
Energy),


Use of alternative feedstocks


Innovative processes

such SCF, Ionic liquids, green
solvents.


New plants , miniaturised and
flexible production
.


Novel
synthetic pathways

(reduction of number of steps,
protection groups, atom economy)


Catalysis
and natural processes


Safety

concerns, control of risks


Contribution to
standards and methods


Economic impacts

( contribution to growth, new jobs,
new markets).


Different
consumption paradigms/ consumers attitude


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NMP Calls 2009
-
2010


2009


Calls to be launched in Nov 2008

Total ~ 250 M


2010


Calls to be launched in July 2009

Total ~ 350 M


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Funding Schemes


3 classes of Collaborative projects


Small or medium scale focussed projects


<


4 million EC funding requested


Large scale integrating projects
(critical mass)


>


4 million EC funding requested


SME
-
targeted projects: at least 35% to SMEs


Draft WP
-

NMP

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Activity 1: Nano S&T


1.3: Health, Safety and Environment Impacts



Activities towards the development of appropriate
solutions for the use, recycling and final
treatment of nanotechnology
-
based
products


SMFRP


Joint call with Theme Environment



Exposure scenarios to nanoparticles


CSA



Draft

WP
-

NMP

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Activity 2: Materials


2.3: Novel biomaterials and bioinspired
materials


Biomimetic gels and polymers for tissue repair


SMFRP


Draft

WP
-

NMP

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Activity 2: Materials


2.4: Advances in chemical technologies and
materials processing


New biomass
-
based composite materials and
their processing
-

SME
-
TP targeted project



Draft WP
-

NMP

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Activity 2: Materials


2.5: Using engineering to develop high
performance knowledge
-
based materials


Light high
-
performance composites
-

LSIP



Draft

WP
-

NMP

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Activity 2: Materials


2.6: Coordinated activities and international
cooperation


Novel membranes for water
technologies



SICA (specific International
cooperation action) for African countries and
Mediterranean partner countries



Draft

WP
-

NMP

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Activity 3: New Production


3.2: Adaptive production systems



Innovative pathways for sustainable chemical
production
-

LSIP


Adaptive control systems for responsive factories
-

SMFRP


Draft WP
-

NMP

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Activity 4: Integration



Development of nanotechnology
-
based systems for
molecular diagnostics and imaging
-

LSIP


Reducing the environmental footprint of energy
intensive industries


LSIP


Innovative and knowledge
-
based tooling industry
-

SME
-
TP


Organisation of NMP events of EU Presidencies


CSA


ERA
-
Net on high value added textiles and fibre
-
based
materials



Draft

WP
-

NMP

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CALL 2009 will be lauched in nov 2008

EVALUATION in 2 stages.



Closure date of First Stage: FEB 09 (?)


10 page proposal: S&T content + expected
impact


2 pages: consortium+estimated financial
resources


Indicative closure for Second Stage: JUL 09
(?)






Draft WP
-

NMP

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Evaluation criteria and thresholds



S&T quality



4/5


Implementation


3/5


Impact




3/5


Overall




12/15




Implementation is not considered in stage 1 and
the overall threshold is 8




For LSIP, in stage 2 the threshold for Impact is 4






Draft WP
-

NMP

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FP7 Information


EU research:


http://europa.eu.int/comm/research




Research programmes and projects:


http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html







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Work Programme 2009


Biorefineries Joint Call

Budget



Common budget from Themes


Budget foreseen:
Total 57 million




Theme 2
-

Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and


Biotechnology
-

10 million



Theme 4
-

Nano
-
sciences, Nano
-
technologies,
Materials and new Production Technologies
-

7
million




Theme 5
-

Energy


30 million



Theme 6
-

Environment (Including Climate Change)


10 million



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Context


EU
-
25 Energy Imports

Source: Slides from EC Green Paper «

A European Strategy for Sustainable, Competitive and Secure Energy COM(2006)105 final

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Context


EU
-
27 Energy mix (~1800 Mtoe)

Coal
Oil
Gas
Nuclear
Renewables
RES: 6%

(60% biomass, 30%
hydro, 10% new RES)

Oil: 38%

Gas: 24%

Coal: 18%

Nuclear: 14%

Source: European Commission DG TREN, Eurostat

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Work Programme 2009


Biorefineries Joint Call




Call Topics


Aims at the research, development and integration
of innovative technologies to prove the viability of
advanced biorefineries taking into acount the
entire value chain and sustainability issues



It will be implemented through two topics


Sustainable Biorefineries


Enhancing exchange of information, synergies
and cross
-
fertilization between projects in the
field of Biorefineries


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Work Programme 2009


Biorefineries Joint Call




Topic:

Sustainable Biorefineries




Scope further
:




sustainable processing of biomass

into building blocks for the
production of bio
-
based chemicals, materials, second generation
biofuels, power and heat


biorefineries shall
demonstrate performance, sustainability and
feasibility at least at pilot scale

in an integrated approach


address the
entire value chain

from biomass feedstock production,
logistics and pre
-
treatment to development of thermo
-
chemical and
bio
-
chemical technologies, including bio
-
technological routes, for the
conversion of different types of biomass feedstock into bio
-
based
products, energy


address
utilisation and upgrading of residues and process
waste streams,

purification and upgrading of various products to
final marketable services to consumers



consider upgrading and integration of
new stable materials and of
new non
-
enzymatic high
-
selective catalysts
,


describe
integration and optimisation aspects

of all the main
biorefinery sub
-
systems

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Work Programme 2009


Biorefinery Joint Call


in Brief


Relevant general documents available include:


EC Rules for participation


Rules for submission, evaluation, selection, award


Standard model grant agreement


Guide for beneficiaries


Guide to Financial Issues




All documents listed above and additional ones can be found at:




http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/find
-
doc_en.html





Further call
-
specific documents :


These are available on the following site:




http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm?fuseaction=UserSite.FP7CallsPage


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Call published on 3 September 2008

with

submission deadline

2 December 2009


at 17.00.00 (Brussels local time)



Gateway to information

http://cordis.europa.eu/en/home.html


Functional mailbox :

RTD
-
BIOREFINERY
-
JOINT
-
CALL@ec.europa.eu



Work Programme 2009


Biorefinery Joint Call

Submission Deadline

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