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ATV Jord og Grundvand EU funding 4. april 2014 AGENDA 1. Innovayt A/S kort intro 2. EU finansieringsmuligheder 3. Hvad kræver en god ansøgning? Innovayt INNOVAYT Profil Full service innovations konsulenthus
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ATV Jord og Grundvand EU funding 4. april 2014 AGENDA 1. Innovayt A/S kort intro 2. EU finansieringsmuligheder 3. Hvad kræver en god ansøgning? Innovayt INNOVAYT Profil Full service innovations konsulenthus siden 2006 Offentlige støtteprogrammer i Danmark og Europa 16 ansatte på kontorer i København og Braga, Portugal Kompetencer Bringe projekt fra idé til finansiering Finansiering til F&U projekter Rådgivning om støttemuligheder Udarbejdelse af ansøgninger Over 250 ansøgninger til EU/DK programmer, involveret i 60 støttede ansøgninger under FP7 4 Referencer Horizon 2020 H2020 ARCHITECTURE 3 PILLARS EXCELLENT SCIENCE 33% INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP 24% SOCIETAL CHALLENGES 43% European Research Council Future and Emerging Technologies Marie Sklodowska Curie actions Research Infrastructures Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Techs Access to Risk Finance Innovation in SMEs Health, demographic change and well being Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research, and the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative societies Secure societies H2020 MARIE CURIE Programme Opportunity Grant size Duration Subsidy rates Partner requirement Project result ITN (ETN/EJD) 1 4M 4 years Lump sums (100% for 15 Phds) /M 3 from 3 countries, at least 1 UNI Training network of PhDs (Doctorate Degrees) ITN (EID) 0.5 1M 4 years Lump sums (100% for 5 PhDs) /M 2 from 2 countries, 1 UNI + 1 company Industrial PhD training, doctorate degree, product/knowledge development RISE 0.2 1M 2 4 years Lump sums (100%) 4500 /M 3 from 3 countries, 1 UNI + 1 company Knowledge exchange and R&D activities Comments Promoting collaboration between academia and non academia (incl. industry). Research oriented, but room for relevant technological/innovation activities Bottom up programme, all thematic areas possible Deadlines yearly: ITN January 2015, RISE April 2015 Competition expect to varies from 10% to 30% success rate H2020 ARCHITECTURE 3 PILLARS EXCELLENT SCIENCE 33% INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP 24% SOCIETAL CHALLENGES 43% European Research Council Future and Emerging Technologies Marie Sklodowska Curie actions Research Infrastructures Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Techs Access to Risk Finance Innovation in SMEs Health, demographic change and well being Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research, and the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative societies Secure societies H2020 Industrial Leadership Programme Opportunity Grant size Duration Subsidy rates Partner requirement Project result LEIT 1 10M 2 5 years 70% + 25% / 100% + 25% 3 from 3 different countries Depending on requested TRL (from proof of concept to complete system) Comments Relevance Industrial focused application areas under 6 Themes (Biotech, Nanotech, ICT, Advanced Materials, Manufacturing and processes, Space) + various JTI/PPP thematic programmes Top down topics, though broad in scope, reflecting TRL from 2 8 Funding instruments: Collaborative, SME, CSA, Fast track to Innovation, public procurement, inducement prices etc. Deadlines advertised in work programmes according to specific topics Competition expect to varies from 10% to 30% success rate depending on topic No specific topics on soil/groundwater pollution. But material or detection oriented topics may be of relevance or other part technologies Topic Example NMP NMP : Low energy solutions for drinking water production Innovation Actions (70% funding), TRL 6 7 target Specific Challenge: Low energy solutions are badly needed for water softening and especially for water desalination. The present technologies for large scale desalination of seawater are stuck at energy consumption rates around 3 kwh/m3 whilst the target has been set at 1 kwh/m3 years ago. Scope: Projects should aim at developing pilot plants demonstrating the low energy consumption as well as the overall competitiveness of the technology. Expected impact: Improved performance, energy efficiency and usability of highperformance water purification systems H2020 ARCHITECTURE 3 PILLARS EXCELLENT SCIENCE 33% INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP 24% SOCIETAL CHALLENGES 43% European Research Council Future and Emerging Technologies Marie Sklodowska Curie actions Research Infrastructures Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Techs Access to Risk Finance Innovation in SMEs Health, demographic change and well being Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research, and the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative societies Secure societies H2020 Societal Challenges Programme Opportunity Grant size Duration Subsidy rates Partner requirement Project result Societal Challenges 1 10M 2 5 years 70% + 25% / 100% + 25% 3 from 3 different countries Depending on requested TRL (from proof of concept to complete system) Comments Relevance Challenge focused solutions under 7 Themes Top down topics, though often broad in scope, reflecting TRL from 2 8 Funding instruments: Collaborative, SME, CSA, Fast track to Innovation, public procurement, inducement prices etc. Deadlines advertised in work programmes according to specific topics Competition expect to varies from 10% to 30% success rate depending on topic Relevant program: Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Other Topics 2015: WATER : Stepping up EU research and innovation cooperation in the water area SC /2015: Coordinating and supporting research and innovation for the management of natural resources Topic Example Environment SC : Preparing and promoting innovation procurement for soil decontamination CSA (100% funding) Specific Challenge: Member States are making efforts to establish national decontamination/remediation strategies. It is crucial for public authorities to be able to identify the most fit for purpose and cost effective solutions. Scope: Projects should establish and promote a network of public procurers in the area of soil decontamination/remediation, with a focus on sustainable methods which in particular avoid 'dig and dump. Expected impact: leverage of additional investment in R&D in the area of soil decontamination and provision of innovative solutions to address associated challenges Topic Example Environment WASTE : Promoting eco innovative waste management and prevention as part of sustainable urban development Research and Innovation (100% funding), TRL 7 target Specific Challenge: Growing waste produced in urban areas represents a cost for society, a burden on the environment but also a valuable stock of resources that can be exploited. Scope: a) Eco innovative solutions: Demonstration, at pilot scale, and market replication, of integrated eco innovative cost and energy efficient technologies, processes and services for waste prevention, treatment, enhanced collection, recycling and recovery of high grade valuable materials from waste. Approaches should integrate technological and non technological solutions. Proposals should include the participation of industry, including SMEs as far as possible. (8 10 mio in funding/project) Expected Impact: Demonstrable improvement in the short/medium term. Significant increased competitiveness of soil ecology construction waste treatment related industries H2020 ARCHITECTURE 3 PILLARS EXCELLENT SCIENCE 33% INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP 24% SOCIETAL CHALLENGES 43% European Research Council Future and Emerging Technologies Marie Sklodowska Curie actions Research Infrastructures Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Techs Access to Risk Finance Innovation in SMEs Health, demographic change and well being Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research, and the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative societies Secure societies ew SME Instrument Applicable across all S.C. and KETs Feasibility of concept Risk assessment IP regime Partner search Design study Pilot application intention Business plan II Lump sum: 50k 6 months Development, prototyping, testing Piloting innovative processes, products & services Miniaturisation/design of products Planning & developing scaling up (market segments, process etc.) Market replication Business plan III Cost reimbursement ½ 2½M months Quality label for successful projects Facilitate access to private finance Support via networking, training, coaching, information, addressing e.g. IP mgt., knowledge sharing, dissemination H2020 SME instrument Programme Opportunity Grant size Duration Subsidy rates Partner requirement Project result SME instrument phase 1 50 k 6 months Lump sum (70k budget) 1 Business plan SME instrument phase 2 ½ 2½ M 1 2 years 70% + 25% 1 Product/application ready for market launch (TRL 6 and beyond) Comments Relevance Top down topics under all challenges + LEIT, normally quite broad in scope Not R&D project, but innovation project with market maturation aspects Clearly innovative products with high market potential Only SMEs are funded, other partners as subcontractor Deadlines: 4 times each year (phase 1: 18.6; phase 2: 9.10) Competition 10% phase 1, 15 20% phase 2 For all types of SMEs with demonstrated products/technolgies, but be aware of financial viability check Topic SME Environment SC /2015: Boosting the potential of small businesses for eco innovation and a sustainable supply of raw materials SME instrument (70% funding), TRL 6 and beyond Specific Challenge: Potential of commercialising innovative solutions from SMEs is hindered by several barriers including the absence of the proof of concept, the difficulty to access risk finance, the lack of prototyping, insufficient scale up studies, etc. Scope: Target all types of eco innovative SMEs in all areas (climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials challenge), focusing on SMEs showing a strong ambition to develop, grow and internationalise. All types of ideas, products, processes, services and business models for commercialisation are eligible. Expected Impact: Market uptake and distribution of innovations tackling the specific Challenge of 'Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials' Eurostars Programme Opportunity Grant size Duration Subsidy rates Partner requirement Project result Eurostars ½ 2M (max. 300k for DK partners) 1 3 years 50% for SMEs 75% for RTDs 2 from 2 countries Product/ application prototype ready for demonstration Comments Relevance Bottom up R&D programme for R&D intensive SMEs National funded activities, so each country have different rules Novel product ideas with clear tech barriers and great market potentials, but market launch (clinical trials) 2 year after project end R&D intensive SME to coordinate and 50% of budget for R&D SMEs Deadlines: 2 times each year (11.9) Competition 20 30%, but depending on partnering countries For all types of SMEs who have own ressources for R&D, especially hightech. Also relevant for start ups Den gode ansøgning Vær opmærksom på Nyskabende projektide Præcis match mellem ide og program Partnerskab excellence IPR Begynd i god tid 2 måneder før deadline Gennemarbejdet ansøgning chance den Hjælp at hente programmyndighed EUopSTART Den gode ansøgning: +200 timer Tager læseren i hånden main points på de 2 første sider Meget tydelig NEED, gerne erkendt i EU Tydelig beskrivelse af udgangspunkt, SOA og beyond SOA Relatering og match til topic Komplementerende partnerskab med rette kompetencer oprigtig involvering af SMEs/LEs Kvantitative mål og resultater Klar IP strategi Fornuftig arbejdsplan og projektledelsesstruktur Innovayt kontakt Thomas Elmbæk Knudsen Partner Mobile: Mail: Innovayt A/S Rued Langgaardsvej 7, København S Denmark
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