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Calls for 2014-2015 • This document was developed by SECPhO team in order to provide our members a map of the whole Horizon2020 program calls for the period of 2014-2015. It is compiled using the original Work Program draft documents that are publicly available at official Horizon2020 website. • The document should help any organisation to quickly scan & identify the topics & calls of interest and then refer to the corresponding documents for further information (topic names are hyperlinked with Work Programme drafts). • This is not an official European Commission document and SECPhO is not responsible for the validity of all the information provided.

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the programme is split into 3 main pillars:

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Every pillar has its´ specific themes (names in red will be described in following pages)

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Excellent Science • European research council (ERC ) (Frontier research by the best individual teams)

• Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) (Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation)

• Skills and career development (Marie Curie) (Opportunities for training and career development)

• Research infrastructures (Ensuring access to world-class facilities)

Societal Challenges

Industrial Leadership • Leadership in Emerging and Innovative Technologies (LEIT) 1.1 ICT 1.2 NMP (Nanotechnology, Materials, Biotechnology, Manufacturing and Processing) 1.3 Space 1.4 JTIs 1.5 PPPs • Access to risk finance • Innovation in SMEs

HORIZON2020

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• Health, demographic change & wellbeing • Food security & the bio-based economy • Secure, clean & efficient energy • Smart, green & integrated transport • Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency & climate action • Inclusive, innovative societies & reflective societies

Others Spreading excellence and widening participation Science with and for society Communication and Dissemination

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These themes are split into topics and every topic is split into calls (for details about each call, topic names are linked with draft work programmes in H2020 website)

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Excellent science

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HORIZON2020 Excellent Science • • • •

Industrial Leadership

European research council (ERC ) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) European Research infrastructures

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Leadership in Emerging and Innovative Technologies (LEIT) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs

Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)

European Research Infrastructures

Call FET-Open –novel ideas

Call - Developing new world-class research infrastructures

 FETOPEN 1 - 2014/2015: FET-Open research projects  FETOPEN 2 - 2014: Coordination and Support Activities  FETOPEN 3 - 2015: Coordination and Support Activities

Call FET Proactive –emerging themes and communities  FETPROACT 1 - 2014: Global Systems Science (GSS)  FETPROACT 2 - 2014: Knowing, doing, being: cognition beyond problem solving  FETPROACT 3 - 2014: Quantum simulation

Call FET-Proactive - towards exascale high performance computing  FETHPC 1 - 2014: HPC Core Technologies, Programming Environments and Algorithms for Extreme Parallelism and Extreme Data Applications  FETHPC 2 - 2014: HPC Ecosystem Development

Call FET-Flagships - tackling grand interdisciplinary science and technology challenges    

FETFLAG 1 - 2014: Framework Partnership Agreement FETFLAG 2 - 2015: Graphene FET Flagship Core Project FETFLAG 3 - 2015: Human Brain Project FET Flagship Core Project FETFLAG 4 – 2014/2015: Policy environment for FET Flagships

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Societal Challenges • • • • • •

Health, demographic change & wellbeing Food security & the bio-based economy Secure, clean & efficient energy Smart, green & integrated transport Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency & climate action Inclusive, innovative societies & secure societies

INFRADEV-1-2014: Design Studies INFRADEV-2-2015: Preparatory Phase of ESFRI projects INFRADEV-3-2015: Individual implementation and operation of ESFRI projects INFRADEV-4-2014/2015: Implementation and operation of cross-cutting services and solutions for clusters of ESFRI and other relevant research infrastructure initiatives

Call - Integrating and opening research infrastructures of European interest  INFRAIA-1-2014/2015: Integrating and opening existing national and regional research  infrastructures of European interest

Call - e-Infrastructures         

EINFRA-1-2014 – Managing, preserving and computing with big research data EINFRA-2-2014 – e-Infrastructure for Open Access EINFRA-3-2014 – Towards global data e-infrastructures – Research Data Alliance EINFRA-4-2014 – Pan-European High Performance Computing infrastructure and services EINFRA-5-2015 – Centres of Excellence for computing applications EINFRA-6-2014 – Network of HPC Competence Centres for SMEs EINFRA-7-2014 – Provision of core services across e-infrastructures EINFRA-8-2014 - Research and Education Networking – GÉANT EINFRA-9-2015 – e-Infrastructures for virtual research environments (VRE)

Call - Support to Innovation, Human resources, Policy and International cooperation  INFRASUPP-1-2014 – Innovation support measures  INFRASUPP-2-2015 – Innovative procurement pilot action in the field of scientific instrumentation  INFRASUPP-3-2014 – Strengthening the human capital of research infrastructures

Other actions  External expertise  Studies  GÉANT Partnership projects

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Industrial leadership Next slide lists ¨Industrial leadership¨ pillar calls where names that are highlighted in green have direct references to optics or photonics sector (commented by T.Skordas, head of Photonics unit in DG CNCT). Any legal organisation in EU countries can participate in Horizon 2020 calls of all the areas and sectors (depending on expertise & experience). SECPhO members are encouraged not to focus only on photonics topics, but to analyse how their organisations can contribute to other technology topics and participate in various types of consortia.

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Societal Challenges

HORIZON2020 Industrial Leadership

Excellent Science •

European research council (ERC )

Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)

1. Leadership in Emerging and Innovative Technologies (LEIT) 1.1 ICT 1.2 NMP (Nanotechnology, Materials, Biotechnology, Manufacturing and Processing) 1.3 Space 1.4 JTIs 1.5 PPPs 2. Access to risk finance 3. Innovation in SMEs

(Frontier research by the best individual teams)

(Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation)

Skills and career development (Marie Curie)

Research infrastructures

(Opportunities for training and career development)

(Ensuring access to world-class facilities)

1.1 LEIT ICT A new generation of components and systems  ICT 1 – 2014: Smart Cyber-Physical Systems  ICT 2 – 2014: Smart System Integration  ICT 3 – 2014: Advanced Thin, Organic and Large Area Electronics (TOLAE) technologies

Advanced Computing  ICT 4 – 2015: Customised and low power computing

Future Internet          

ICT 5 – 2014: Smart Networks and novel Internet Architectures ICT 6 – 2014: Smart optical and wireless network technologies ICT 7 – 2014: Advanced Cloud Infrastructures and Services ICT 8 – 2015: Boosting public sector productivity and innovation through cloud computing services ICT 9 – 2014: Tools and Methods for Software Development ICT 10 – 2015: Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation ICT 11 – 2014: FIRE+ (Future Internet Research & Experimentation) ICT 12 – 2015: Integrating experiments and facilities in FIRE+ ICT 13 – 2014: Web Entrepreneurship ICT 14 – 2014: Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for the Future Internet

Content technologies and information management        

ICT 15 – 2014: Big data and Open Data Innovation and take-up ICT 16 – 2015: Big data - research ICT 17 – 2014: Cracking the language barrier ICT 18 – 2014: Support the growth of ICT innovative Creative Industries SMEs ICT 19 – 2015: Technologies for creative industries, social media and convergence ICT 20 – 2015: Technologies for better human learning and teaching ICT 21 – 2014: Advanced digital gaming/gamification technologies ICT 22 – 2014: Multimodal and Natural computer interaction

Robotics  ICT 23 – 2014: Robotics  ICT 24 – 2015: Robotics

Micro- and nano-electronic technologies, Photonics     

ICT 25 – 2015: Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies ICT 26 – 2014: Photonics KET ICT 27 – 2015: Photonics KET ICT 28 – 2015: Cross-cutting ICT KETs ICT 29 – 2014 Development of novel materials and systems for OLED lighting

ICT Cross-Cutting Activities    

ICT 30 – 2015: Internet of Things and Platforms for Connected Smart Objects ICT 31 – 2014: Human-centric Digital Age ICT 32 – 2014: Cybersecurity, Trustworthy ICT ICT 33 – 2014: Trans-national co-operation among National Contact Points

Horizontal ICT Innovation actions  ICT 34 – 2015: Support for access to finance  ICT 35 – 2014: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Support  ICT 36 – 2015: Pre-commercial procurement open to all areas of public interest requiring new ICT solutions  ICT 37 – 2014-15: Open Disruptive Innovation Scheme (implemented through the SME instrument)

International Cooperation actions  ICT 38 – 2015: International partnership building and support to dialogues with high income countries  ICT 39 – 2015: International partnership building in low and middle income countries

EU-Brazil Research and Development Cooperation in Advanced Cyber Infrastructure  EUB 1 – 2015: Cloud Computing, including security aspects  EUB 2 – 2015: High Performance Computing (HPC)  EUB 3 – 2015: Experimental Platforms

EU-Japan Research and Development Cooperation in Net Futures    

EUJ 1 – 2014: Technologies combining big data, internet of things in the cloud EUJ 2 – 2014: Optical communications EUJ 3 – 2014: Access networks for densely located users EUJ 4 – 2014: Experimentation and development on federated Japan – EU testbeds

1.2 LEIT NMP (Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing)

1.3 LEIT SPACE Applications in Satellite Navigation ‐ Galileo  GALILEO 1 – 2014-2015: EGNSS applications  GALILEO 2 – 2014-2015: Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) based EGNSS applications  GALILEO 3 – 2014-2015: Releasing the potential of EGNSS applications through international cooperation  GALILEO 4 – 2014: EGNSS awareness raising, capacity building and/or promotion activities, inside or outside of the European Union

Call for Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials and Production Bridging the gap between nanotechnology research and markets       

NMP 1 – 2014: Open access pilot lines for cost effective nanocomposites NMP 2– 2014: Integration of novel nano materials into existing production and assembly lines NMP 3 – 2015: Manufacturing and control of nanoporous materials NMP 4 – 2014: High definition printing of multifuctional materials NMP 5 – 2014: Industrial scale production of nano materials for printing applications NMP 6 – 2015: Novel nanomatrices and nanocapsules NMP 7 – 2015: Additive manufacturing for tabletop nanofacturies

Earth Observation 2014  EO 1 - 2014: New ideas for Earth-relevant space applications  EO 2 – 2014: Climate Change relevant space-based Data reprocessing and calibration  EO 3 – 2014: Observation capacity mapping in the context of Atmospheric and Climate change monitoring

Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials as enablers of applications in Health     

NMP 8 – 2014: Multi-KETs pilot plant for the scale-up of innovative nanomedicine production NMP 9 – 2014: Networking of SMEs in the nano-biomedical sector NMP 10 – 2014: Biomaterials for the treatment of Diabetes Mellitus NMP 11 – 2015: Nanomedicine therapy for cancer NMP 12 – 2015: Biomaterials for treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease

Protection of European assets in and from space 2014  PROTEC 1 - 2014: Space Weather  PROTEC 2 - 2014: Access technologies and characterisation for Near Earth Objects (NEOs)

Competitiveness of the European Space Sector 2014        

COMPET 1 - 2014: Technologies for European non-dependence and competitiveness COMPET 2 – 2014: Independent access to space COMPET 3 – 2014: In-Space electrical propulsion and station keeping COMPET 4 – 2014: Space Robotics Technologies COMPET 5 – 2014: In-Orbit demonstration/Validation (IOD/IOV) COMPET 6 – 2014: Bottom-up space technologies at low TRL COMPET 7 - 2014: Space exploration – Life support COMPET 8 - 2014: Science in context: sample curation facility and scientific exploitation of data from Mars missions  COMPET 9 - 2014: Technology “demonstrator projects” for exploration  COMPET 10 – 2014: Outreach through education  COMPET 11 – 2014: Transnational and international cooperation among NCPs

Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials for low carbon energy technologies and Energy Efficiency    

NMP 13 – 2014: Storage of energy produced by decentralised sources NMP 14 – 2015: ERA-NET on Materials (including Materials for Energy) 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)  NMP 17 – 2014: Post-lithium ion batteries for electric automotive applications

Exploiting the cross-sector potential of Nanotechnologies and Advanced materials to drive competitiveness and sustainability  NMP 18 – 2014: Materials solutions for use in the creative industry sector  NMP 19 – 2015: Materials for severe operating conditions, including added-value functionalities  NMP 20 – 2014: Widening materials models  NMP 21 – 2014: Materials-based solutions for the protection or preservation of European cultural heritage  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

Earth Observation 2015  EO 1 – 2015: Bringing EO applications to the market  EO 2 - 2015: Stimulating wider research use of Copernicus Sentinel Data  EO 3 – 2015: Technology developments for competitive imaging from space

Protection of European assets in and from space 2014  PROTEC 1 -2015: Passive means to reduce the impact of Space Debris

Competitiveness of the European Space Sector 2014      

Safety of nanotechnology‐based applications and support for the development of regulation  NMP 26 – 2014: Joint EU & MS activity on the next phase of research in support of regulation “NANOREG II"  NMP 27 – 2014: Coordination of EU and international efforts in safety of nanotechnology  NMP 28 – 2014: Assessment of environmental fate of nanomaterials  NMP 29 – 2015: Increasing the capacity to perform nano-safety assessment  NMP 30 – 2015: Next generation tools for risk governance of nanomaterials

Addressing generic needs in support of governance, standards, models and structuring in nanotechnology, advanced materials and advanced manufacturing and processing    

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NMP 31 – 2014: Novel visualisation tools for enhanced nanotechnology awareness NMP 32 – 2015: Societal engagement on responsible nanotechnology NMP 33 – 2014: The Materials "Common House" NMP 34 – 2014: Networking and sharing of best practices in management of new advanced materials through the eco-design of products, eco-innovation, and product life cycle management NMP 35 – 2014: Business models with new supply chains for sustainable customerdriven small series production NMP 36 – 2014: Facilitating knowledge management, networking and coordination in NMP NMP 37 – 2014: Practical experience and facilitating combined funding for large-scale RDI initiatives NMP 38 – 2014/2015: Presidency events NMP 39 – 2014: Support for NCPs

Call for Biotechnology Cutting-edge biotechnologies as future innovation drivers  BIOTEC 1 – 2014: Synthetic biology – construction of organisms for new products and processes  BIOTEC 2 – 2015: New bioinformatics approaches in service of biotechnology

Biotechnology-based industrial processes driving competitiveness and sustainability  BIOTEC 3 – 2014: Widening industrial application of enzymatic processes  BIOTEC 4 – 2014: Downstream processes unlocking biotechnological transformations  BIOTEC 5 – 2014/2015: SME-boosting biotechnology-based industrial processes driving competitiveness and sustainability

Innovative and competitive platform technologies  BIOTEC 6 – 2015: Metagenomics as innovation driver

COMPET 1 – 2015: Technologies for European non-dependence and competitiveness COMPET 2 – 2015: Independent access to space COMPET 3 – 2015: Bottom-up space technologies at low TRL COMPET 4 – 2015: Space exploration – Habitat management COMPET 5 – 2015: Scientific exploitation of astrophysics, comets, and planetary data COMPET 6 – 2015: International Cooperation in space science

1.4 Joint Technology Initiatives*

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Health, demographic change & wellbeing Food security & the bio-based economy Secure, clean & efficient energy Smart, green & integrated transport Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency & climate action Inclusive, innovative societies & secure societies

1.5 Contractual PPPs Energy efficiency in Buildings  EeB 1 – 2014: Materials for building envelope  EeB 2 – 2014: Adaptable envelopes integrated in building refurbishment projects  EeB 3 – 2014: Development of new self-inspection techniques and quality check measures for efficient construction processes  EeB 4 – 2014: Support for the enhancement of the impact of EeB PPP projects  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  EE 1 – 2014: Manufacturing of prefabricated modules for renovation of building  EE 2 – 2015: Buildings design for new highly energy performing buildings  EE 3 – 2014: Energy strategies and solutions for deep renovation of historic buildings

Factories of the Future  FoF 1 – 2014: Process optimisation of manufacturing assets (i.e. laser parts)  FoF 2 – 2014: Manufacturing processes for complex structures and geometries with efficient use of material  FoF 3 – 2014: Global energy and other resources efficiency in manufacturing enterprises  FoF 4 – 2014: Developing smart factories that are attractive to workers  FoF 5 – 2014: Innovative product-service design using manufacturing intelligence  FoF 6 – 2014: Symbiotic human-robot collaborations for safe and dynamic multimodal manufacturing systems  FoF 7 – 2014: 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  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 multimaterials  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

Sustainable Process Industries  SPIRE 1-2014: Integrated Process Control  SPIRE 2-2014: Adaptable industrial processes allowing the use of renewables as flexible feedstock for chemical and energy applications  SPIRE 3-2014: Improved downstream processing of mixtures in process industries  SPIRE 4-2014: Methodologies, tools and indicators for cross-sectorial sustainability assessment of energy and resource efficient solutions in the process industry  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 8-2015: Solids handling for intensified process technology  LCE 2-2014/2015: Developing the next generation technologies of renewable electricity and  heating/cooling  LCE 3-2014/2015: Demonstration of renewable electricity and heating/cooling technologies  EE 18-2014/2015: New technologies for utilisation of heat recovery in large industrial systems, considering the whole energy cycle from the heat production to transformation, delivery and end use  Waste 1-2014: Moving towards a circular economy through industrial symbiosis

Future Internet  ICT 14 - 2014: Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for the Future Internet

Robotics  ICT 23 - 2014: Robotics  ICT 24 - 2015: Robotics

Photonics

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The Joint Technology Initiative on Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership (ECSEL) will replace the two existing Joint Undertakings on embedded computing systems (ARTEMIS) and nano-electronics (ENIAC), which were set up under the Seventh Framework Programme, and it will also cover activities from the technology platform EPoSS (European technology Platform on Smart Systems integration). A new Joint Technology Initiative on Bio-based Industries will be established.

These two JTIs will develop their own work plans, which will be decided and implemented through their specific governance mechanisms and rules. (This means that if an organisation is not a member of JTI, it is complicated to apply for participation in their calls) *The JTIs are subject to the adoption of the corresponding Council regulations

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ICT 26 - 2014: Photonics KET ICT 27 - 2015: Photonics KET ICT 28 - 2015: Cross-cutting ICT KETs ICT 29 - 2014: Development of novel materials and systems for OLED lighting

High Performance Computing, implemented under the excellent science part Green Vehicles, a cross-thematic contractual PPP, largely in the transport societal challenge; one topic is covered under the NMP part in this section:  NMP 17 - 2014: Post lithium ion batteries for electric automotive applications

3. Innovation in SMEs Enhancing SME innovation capacity by providing better innovation support         

INNOSUP-1-2015: Cluster facilitated projects for new industrial value chains INNOSUP-2-2014: European Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Helpdesk INNOSUP 3 – 2014: IPorta 2 - Increasing the quality of IP advisory services to SMEs INNOSUP-4-2014: A European Label for innovation voucher programmes to support spin-in of technology INNOSUP-5–2014: Peer learning of innovation agencies INNOSUP 6 – 2015: Capitalising the full potential of online-collaboration for SME innovation support INNOSUP-7-2015: Professionalisation of open innovation management in SMEs INNOSUP-8-2015: Measuring open innovation inputs and outcomes in SMEs INNOSUP-9-2014: Community-building and competence development for SME instrument coaching

Other actions


Excellent Science •

European research council (ERC )

Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)

Skills and career development (Marie Curie)

HORIZON2020

(Frontier research by the best individual teams)

Societal Challenges

(Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation)

Industrial Leadership

(Opportunities for training and career development)

Research infrastructures (Ensuring access to world-class facilities)

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1. Health, Demographic Change & Wellbeing Personalising health and care Understanding health, ageing and disease

1. 2.

Leadership in Emerging and Innovative Technologies (LEIT) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs

3. 4. 5.

 PHC 1 – 2014: Understanding health, ageing and disease: determinants, risk factors and pathways  PHC 2 – 2015: Understanding diseases: systems medicine  PHC 3 - 2015: Understanding common mechanisms of diseases and their relevance in co-morbidities

Effective health promotion, disease prevention, preparedness and screening  PHC 4 – 2015: Health promotion and disease prevention: improved inter-sector co-operation for environment and health based interventions  PHC 5 – 2014: Health promotion and disease prevention: translating ‘omics’ into stratified approaches  PHC 6 – 2014: Evaluating existing screening and prevention programmes  PHC 7 – 2014: Improving the control of infectious epidemics and foodborne outbreaks through rapid identification of pathogens (see also societal challenge 2)  PHC 8 – 2014: Vaccine development for poverty-related and neglected infectious diseases: Tuberculosis  PHC 9 – 2015: Vaccine development for poverty-related and neglected infectious diseases – HIV/AIDS

Improving diagnosis  PHC 10 – 2014: Development of new diagnostic tools and technologies: in vitro devices, assays and platforms  PHC 11 – 2015: Development of new diagnostic tools and technologies: in vivo medical imaging technologies  PHC 12 – 2014/2015: Clinical validation of biomarkers and/or diagnostic medical devices

Innovative treatments and technologies      

PHC 13 – 2014: New therapies for chronic non-communicable diseases PHC 14 – 2015: New therapies for rare diseases PHC 15 – 2014/2015: Clinical research on regenerative medicine PHC 16 – 2015: Tools and technologies for advanced therapies PHC 17 – 2014: Comparing the effectiveness of existing healthcare interventions in the elderly PHC 18 – 2015: Establishing effectiveness of health care interventions in the paediatric population

Advancing active and healthy ageing  PHC 19 – 2014: Advancing active and healthy ageing with ICT: Service robotics within assisted living environments  PHC 20 – 2014: Advancing active and healthy ageing with ICT: ICT solutions for independent living with cognitive impairment  PHC 21 – 2015: Advancing active and healthy ageing with ICT: Early risk detection and intervention  PHC 22 – 2015: Promoting mental wellbeing in the ageing population

Integrated, sustainable, citizen-centred care  PHC 23 – 2014: Developing and comparing new models for safe and efficient, prevention oriented, health and care systems  PHC 24 – 2015: Piloting personalised medicine in health and care systems  PHC 25 – 2015: Advanced ICT systems and services for Integrated Care  PHC 26 – 2014: Self-management of health and disease: citizen engagement and mHealth  PHC 27 – 2015: Self-management of health and disease and patient empowerment supported by ICT  PHC 28 – 2015: Self-management of health and disease and decision support systems based on predictive computer modelling used by the patient him or herself  PHC 29 – 2015: Public procurement of innovative eHealth services

Improving health information, data exploitation and providing an evidence base for health policies and regulation     

PHC 30 – 2015: Digital representation of health data to improve disease diagnosis and treatment PHC 31 – 2014: Foresight for health policy development and regulation PHC 32 – 2014: Advancing bioinformatics to meet biomedical and clinical needs PHC 33 – 2015: New approaches to improve predictive human safety testing PHC 34 – 2014: eHealth interoperability

Co-ordination activities  HCO 1 – 2014: Support for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing  HCO 2 – 2014: Joint Programming: Coordination Action for the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) "More Years, Better Lives - the Challenges and Opportunities of Demographic Change"  HCO 3 – 2015: Support for the European Reference Networks: Efficient network modelling and validation  HCO 4 – 2014: Support for international infectious disease preparedness research  HCO 5 – 2014: Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases: prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes  HCO 6 – 2015: Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases: 2015 priority  HCO 7 – 2014: ERA-NET: Establishing synergies between the Joint Programming on Neurodegenerative Diseases Research and Horizon 2020  HCO 8 – 2014: ERA-NET: Aligning national/regional translational cancer research programmes and activities  HCO 9 – 2014: ERA-NET: Systems medicine to address clinical needs  HCO 10 – 2014: ERA NET: Rare Disease research implementing IRDiRC objectives  HCO 11 – 2015: ERA-NET: Collaboration and alignment of national programmes and activities in the area of brain-related diseases and disorders of the nervous system  HCO 12 – 2015: ERA-NET: Antimicrobial Resistance  HCO 13 – 2015: ERA-NET: Cardiovascular disease  HCO 14 – 2014: Bridging the divide in European health research and innovation  HCO 15 – 2014: Mobilisation and mutual learning action plan

Other actions  HOA 1 – 2014/2015: Subscription fee: Human Frontier Science Programme Organisation  HOA 2 – 2014/2015: Tenders for programme evaluation, studies and impact assessment and for conferences, events and outreach activities.  HOA 3 – 2014/2015: Presidency events - eHealth  HOA 4 – 2014/15: Independent experts assisting in proposal evaluations and project reviews  HOA 5 – 2014: Grant to the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases  HOA 6 – 2014: National Contact Points  HOA 7 – 2014: Stem cell research outreach  HOA 8 – 2015: eHealth Sectoral Inducement Prize  HOA 9 – 2015: Inducement prize

6. 2. Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy Call – Sustainable Food Security Sustainable food production systems  SFS-1-2014/2015: Sustainable terrestrial livestock production  SFS-2-2014/2015: Sustainable crop production  FS-3-2014: Practical solutions for native and alien pests affecting plants  SFS-4-2014: Soil quality and function  SFS-5-2015: Strategies for crop productivity, stability and quality  SFS-6-2014: Sustainable intensification pathways of agro-food systems in Africa  SFS-7-2014/2015: Genetic resources and agricultural diversity for food security, productivity and resilience  SFS-8-2014/2015: Resource-efficient eco-innovative food production and processing  SFS-9-2014: Towards a gradual elimination of discards in European fisheries  SFS-10-2014/2015: Tackling disease related challenges and threats faced by European farmed aquatic animals  SFS-11-2014/2015: Implementation of an Ecosystem-based approach for European aquaculture Safe food and healthy diets and sustainable consumption  SFS-12-2014: Assessing the health risks of combined human exposure to multiple food-related toxic substances  SFS-13-2015: Biological contamination of crops and the food chain  SFS-14-2014/2015: Authentication of food products  SFS-15-2014: Proteins of the future  SFS-16-2015: Tackling malnutrition in the elderly  FS-17-2014: Innovative solutions for sustainable novel food processing Global drivers of food security  SFS-18-2015: Small farms but global markets: the role of small and family farms in food and nutrition security  SFS-19-2014: Sustainable food and nutrition security through evidence based EU agro-food policies  SFS-20-2015: Sustainable food chains through public policies: the cases of the EU quality policy and of public sector food procurement

Call - Blue Growth: Unlocking the potential of Seas and Oceans Sustainably exploiting the diversity of marine life  BG-1-2015: Improving the preservation and sustainable exploitation of Atlantic marine ecosystems  BG-2-2015: Forecasting and anticipating effects of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture  BG-3-2014: Novel marine derived biomolecules and industrial biomaterials  BG-4-2014: Enhancing the industrial exploitation potential of marine-derived enzymes New offshore challenges  BG-5-2014: Preparing for the future innovative offshore economy  BG-6-2014: Delivering the sub-sea technologies for new services at sea  BG-7-2015: Response capacities to oil spills and marine pollutions Ocean observation technologies/systems  BG-8-2014: Developing in-situ Atlantic Ocean Observations for a better management and sustainable exploitation of the maritime resources  BG-9-2014: Acoustic and imaging technologies Horizontal aspects, socio-economic sciences, innovation, engagement with society and ocean governance across the blue growth focus area  BG-10-2014: Consolidating the economic sustainability and competitiveness of European fisheries and aquaculture sectors to reap the potential of seafood markets  BG-11-2014: Monitoring, dissemination and uptake of marine and maritime research  BG-12-2014/2015: Supporting SMEs efforts for the development - deployment and market replication of innovative solutions for blue growth  BG-13-2014 Ocean literacy – Engaging with society – Social Innovation  BG-14-2014: Supporting international cooperation initiatives: Atlantic Ocean Cooperation Research Alliance  BG-15-2014: European polar research cooperation  BG-16-2015: Coordination action in support of the implementation of the Joint Programming Initiative on 'Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans'

Call - An Innovative, Sustainable and Inclusive Bioeconomy Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry  ISIB-1-2014: Provision of public goods by EU agriculture and forestry: Putting the concept into practice  ISIB-2-2014/2015: Closing the research and innovation divide: the crucial role of innovation support services and knowledge exchange  ISIB-3-2015: Unlocking the growth potential of rural areas through enhanced governance and social innovation  ISIB-4-2014/2015: Improved data and management models for sustainable forestry Sustainable and competitive bio-based industries  ISIB-5-2014: Renewable oil crops as a source of bio-based products  ISIB-6-2015: Converting CO2 into chemicals  ISIB-7-2014: Public procurement networks on innovative bio-based products Cross-cutting actions covering all activities  ISIB-8-2014: Towards an innovative and responsible bioeconomy  ISIB-9-2014: Supporting National Contact Points for Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2 on ‘Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture, Marine and Maritime Research and the Bioeconomy’ and the Key Enabling Technology (KET) ‘Biotechnology’  ISIB-10-2014: Networking of Bioeconomy relevant ERA-NETs  ISIB-11-2014: Coordination action in support of the implementation by participating States of a Joint Programming Initiative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change  ISIB-12-2015: Public-Public Partnerships in the bioeconomy

3. Secure, Clean and Efficient energy

3. Secure, Clean and Efficient energy ...

Call – ENERGY EFFICIENCY A – Buildings and consumers            

EE 1 – 2014: Manufacturing of prefabricated modules for renovation of building EE 2 – 2015: Buildings design for new highly energy performing buildings EE3 – 2014: Energy strategies and solutions for deep renovation of historic buildings EE 4 – 2014: Construction skills EE 5 – 2014/2015: Increasing energy performance of existing buildings through process and organisation innovations and creating a market for deep renovation EE 6 – 2015: Demand response in blocks of buildings EE 7 – 2014/2015: Enhancing the capacity of public authorities to plan and implement sustainable energy policies and measures EE 8 – 2014: Public procurement of innovative sustainable energy solutions EE 9– 2014/2015: Empowering stakeholders to assist public authorities in the definition and implementation of sustainable energy policies and measures EE 10 – 2014/2015: Consumer engagement for sustainable energy EE 11 – 2014/2015- New ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency EE 12 – 2014: Socioeconomic research on energy efficiency

Call – SMART CITIES AND COMMUNITIES  SCC 1 – 2014/2015: Smart Cities and Communities solutions integrating energy, transport, ICT sectors through lighthouse (large scale demonstration - first of the kind) projects  SCC 2 – 2014 : Developing a framework for common, transparent data collection and performance measurement to allow comparability and replication between solutions and best practice identification  SCC 3 – 2015 : Development of system standards for smart cities and communities solutions  SCC 4 – 2014 : Establishing networks of public procurers in local administrations on smart city solutions  SCC 5 – 2015: Smart solutions for creating better cities and communities – assistance for a prize competition

Call – SMEs AND FAST TRACK TO INNOVATION FOR ENERGY  SIE 1 – 2014/2015: Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs for a low carbon and efficient energy system  SIE 2 – 2015: Fast track to Innovation Topic – Pilot

OTHER ACTIONS

B – Heating and cooling  EE 13 – 2014/2015: Technology for district heating and cooling  EE 14 - 2014/2015: Removing market barriers to the uptake of efficient heating and cooling solutions

C - Industry and products    

Health, demographic change & wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy Secure, clean & efficient energy Smart, green & integrated transport Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative societies & reflective societies

EE 15 – 2014/2015: Ensuring effective implementation of EU product efficiency legislation EE 16 – 2014/2015: Organisational innovation to increase energy efficiency in industry EE 17 – 2015: Driving energy innovation through large buyer groups EE 18 2014/2015: New technologies for utilization of heat recovery in large industrial systems, considering the whole energy cycle from heat production to transformation, delivery and end use

D - Finance for sustainable energy  EE 19 – 2014/2015: Improving the financeability and attractiveness of sustainable energy investments  EE 20 – 2014/2015: Project development assistance for innovative bankable and aggregated sustainable energy investment schemes and projects  EE 21 – 2014/2015: Development and market roll-out of innovative energy services and financial schemes for sustainable energy

Call - COMPETITIVE LOW-CARBON ENERGY  LCE 1 - 2014: New knowledge and technologies  LCE 2 – 2014/2015: Developing the next generation technologies of renewable electricity and heating/cooling  LCE 3 – 2014/2015: Demonstration of renewable electricity and heating/cooling technologies  LCE 4 – 2014/2015: Market uptake of existing and emerging renewable electricity, heating and cooling technologies

Modernising the European electricity grid  LCE 5 – 2015: Innovation and technologies for the deployment of meshed off-shore grids  LCE 6 – 2015: Transmission grid and wholesale market  LCE 7 – 2014: Distribution grid and retail market

Providing the energy system with flexibility through enhanced energy storage technologies  LCE 8 – 2014: Local / small-scale storage  LCE 9 – 2015: Large scale energy storage  LCE 10 – 2014: Next generation technologies for energy storage

Sustainable biofuels and alternative fuels for the European transport fuel mix  LCE 11 – 2014/2015: Developing next generation technologies for biofuels and sustainable alternative fuels  LCE 12 – 2014/2015: Demonstrating advanced biofuel technologies  LCE 13 – 2015: Partnering with Brazil on advanced biofuels  LCE 14 – 2014/2015: Market uptake of existing and emerging sustainable bioenergy

Enabling the decarbonisation of the use of fossil fuels during the transition to a low-carbon economy  LCE 15 – 2014/2015: Enabling decarbonisation of the fossil fuel-based power sector and energy intensive industry through CCS  LCE 16 – 2014: Understanding, preventing and mitigating the potential environmental impacts and risks of shale gas exploration and exploitation  LCE 17 – 2015: Highly flexible and efficient fossil fuel power plants

Supporting the development of a European research area in the field of energy  LCE 18 – 2014/2015: Supporting Joint Actions on demonstration and validation of innovative energy solutions  LCE 19 – 2014/2015: Supporting coordination of national R&D activities

Social, environmental and economic aspects of the energy system  LCE 20 – 2014: The human factor in the energy system  LCE 21 – 2015: Modelling and analysing the energy system, its transformation and impacts

Cross-cutting issues  LCE 22 – 2014: Fostering the network of National Contact Points

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B.1. Energy efficiency  B.1.1: Buildings and consumers  B.1.2: Heating and cooling  B.1.3: Industry and products  B.1.4: Innovative financing for sustainable energy B.2.: Competitive low-carbon energy technologies  B.2.1.: Support to policy development and implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive  B.2.2.: Coordination of Renewable Energy policies development and implementation through concerted actions with Member States  B.2.3.: Support to Research and Innovation Policy in the areas of Renewable Energy, Carbon Capture and Storage and Clean Coal  B.2.4.: JRC's assistance, through a specific Administrative Arrangement, for Research and Innovation policy  B.2.5.: Engine tests with new types of biofuels and development of biofuel standards under Framework Partnership Agreement with CEN-CENELEC  B.2.6.: Realization of a reliable and stable energy supply systems integrating increasing share of variable renewable energy and storage  B.2.7.: Energy Storage Mapping and Planning  B.2.8.: Energy Policy support on CCS  B.2.9.: Energy Policy support on unconventional gas and oil  B.2.10.: Innovative Financial Instruments for First-of-a-kind Commercial Demonstration Projects in the field of Energy  B.2.11.: Supporting first-of-a-kind, commercial-scale industrial demonstration projects in the field of competitive low carbon energy  B.2.12.: Studies to support the Internal Energy Market  B.2.13.: Mapping and analyses of the current and future (2020 - 2030) heating/cooling fuel deployment (fossil/renewables), including the economic/environmental and social aspects  B.2.14.: Support to key activities of the European Technology Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling  B.2.15.: Support to key activities of the European Wind Energy Technology Platform (TP Wind)  B.2.16.: Support to R&D strategy in the area of SET Plan activities in smart grids and energy storage  B.2.17.: Contribution to Implementing Agreements (IA) of the International Energy Agency (IEA)  B.2.18.: Contribution to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) B.3. Smart Cities and Communities  B.3.1.: Studies to support Smart Cities and Communities  B.3.2.: Support Services for the Covenant of Mayors Initiative  B.3.3.: Support the coordination of cities' activities via the Green Digital Charter  B.3.4.: Administrative arrangement with the JRC on measurement methodologies in the context of the International telecommunications Union (ITU) B.4. Cross-cutting issues  B.4.1: Contribution to the IEA Energy Policy Review  B.4.2: Modelling and analysing energy policy, system transformation and climate change measures  B.4.3.: Support to the Italian Presidency Conference on the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) 2014  B.4.4.: Support to the Luxembourg Presidency Conference on the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) 2015  B.4.5.: Communication activities  B.4.6.: Evaluation, monitoring, review, audit and other external expertise


HORIZON2020 Excellent Science •

European research council (ERC )

• • •

(Frontier research by the best individual teams)

Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) (Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation)

Skills and career development (Marie Curie)

Research infrastructures

Societal Challenges

Industrial Leadership

1. 2.

Leadership in Emerging and Innovative Technologies (LEIT) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs

3. 4. 5.

(Opportunities for training and career development)

6.

Health, demographic change & wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy Secure, clean & efficient energy Smart, green & integrated transport Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative & reflective societies

(Ensuring access to world-class facilities)

4. Smart, Green and Integrated transport

5. Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials

6. Inclusive, Innovative & Reflective Societies

Call – MOBILITY FOR GROWTH Aviation

Call – Waste: A Resource to Recycle, Reuse and Recover Raw Materials Aviation

Call - Overcoming the Crisis: New Ideas, Strategies and Governance Structures for Europe

 MG.1.1-2014-2015. Innovative aviation technologies and concepts  MG.1.2-2014. Coordinated research and innovation actions targeting the highest levels of safety for European aviation  MG.1.3-2014. Improving skills and knowledge base in European Aviation  MG.1.4-2014. Support to European Aviation Research and Innovation Policy  MG.1.5-2014-2015. International cooperation in aeronautics

Rail  MG.2.1-2014. I²I – Intelligent Infrastructure  MG.2.2-2014. Smart Rail Services  MG.2.3-2014. New generation of rail vehicles

Road    

MG.3.1-2014. Technologies for low “real world” CO2 and polluting emissions MG.3.2-2014. Advanced bus concepts for increased efficiency MG.3.3-2014. Automotive supply chain management MG.3.4-2014. Traffic safety analysis and integrated approach towards the safety of Vulnerable Road Users  MG.3.6-2015. Safe and connected automation in road transport  MG.3.7-2015. The cleanest engines

Waterborne  MG.4.1-2014. Towards the energy efficient and emission free vessel  MG.4.2-2014. Safer and more efficient waterborne operations through new technologies and smarter traffic management  MG.4.3-2015. System modelling and life-cycle cost optimisation for waterborne assets  MG.4.4-2014. Promoting innovation in the Inland Waterways Transport (IWT) sector

Urban mobility     

MG.5.1-2014. Transforming the use of conventionally fuelled vehicles in urban areas MG.5.2-2014. Reducing impacts and costs of freight and service trips in urban areas MG.5.3-2014. Tackling urban road congestion MG.5.4-2015. Strengthening the knowledge and capacities of local authorities MG.5.5-2015. Demonstrating and testing innovative solutions for cleaner and better urban transport and mobility

Logistics  MG.6.1-2014. Fostering synergies alongside the supply chain (including e.commerce)  MG.6.2-2014. De-stressing the supply chain  MG.6.3-2015. Common communication and navigation platforms for pan-European logistics applications

Intelligent Transport Systems  MG.7.1-2015. Connectivity and information sharing for intelligent mobility.  MG.7.2-2014. Towards seamless mobility addressing fragmentation in ITS deployment in Europe

Infrastructure    

MG.8.1-2014. Smarter design, construction and maintenance MG.8.2-2014. Next generation transport infrastructure: resource efficient, smarter and safer MG 8.3-2015 Facilitating market take up of innovative transport infrastructure solutions MG.8.4-2015. Smart governance, network resilience and streamlined delivery of infrastructure innovation

Socio-economic and behavioural research and forward looking activities for policy making  MG.9.1-2015. Transport societal drivers  MG.9.2-2015. Fostering transnational cooperation in European transport research and innovation – NCP network  MG.9.3-2014. Strengthening the research and innovation strategies of the transport industries in Europe  MG.9.4-2014. Innovation awards for students and researchers in the context of the Transport Research Arena conference - TRA 2016

Call – ¨GREEN VEHICLES¨        

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WASTE-1-2014: Moving towards a circular economy through industrial symbiosis WASTE-2-2014: A systems approach for the reduction, recycling and reuse of food waste WASTE-3-2014: Recycling of raw materials from products and buildings WASTE-4-2014/2015: Towards near-zero waste at European and global level WASTE-5-2014: Preparing and promoting innovation procurement for resource efficiency WASTE-6-2015: Promoting eco-innovative waste management and prevention as part of sustainable urban development  WASTE-7-2015: Ensuring sustainable use of agricultural waste, co-products and by-products

Call – Water Innovation: Boosting its value for Europe    

WATER-1-2014/2015: Bridging the gap: from innovative water solutions to market replication WATER-2-2014/2015: Integrated approaches to water and climate change WATER-3-2014/2015: Stepping up EU research and innovation cooperation in the water area WATER-4-2014/2015: Harnessing EU water research and innovation results for industry, agriculture, policy makers and citizens  WATER-5-2014/2015: Strengthening international R&I cooperation in the field of water

Call – Growing a Low Carbon, Resource Efficient Economy with a Sustainable Supply of Raw Materials FIGHTING AND ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE  SC5-1 and SC5-2-2014/2015: Climate Services for Europe and globally  SC5-1-2014: Advanced Earth-system models  SC5-2-2015: ERA for Climate Services  SC5-3-2014: The economics of climate change and linkages with sustainable development  SC5-4-2015: Improving the air quality and reducing the carbon footprint of European cities  SC5-5-2014/2015: Coordinating and supporting research and innovation for climate action PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABLY MANAGING NATURAL RESOURCES, WATER, BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEMS  SC5-6-2014: Biodiversity and ecosystem services: drivers of change and causalities  SC5-7-2015: More effective ecosystem restoration in the EU  SC5-8-2014: Preparing and promoting innovation procurement for soil decontamination  SC5-9-2014: Consolidating the European Research Area on biodiversity and ecosystem services  SC5-10-2014/2015: Coordinating and supporting research and innovation for the management of natural resources ENSURING THE SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY OF NON-ENERGY AND NON-AGRICULTURAL RAW MATERIALS  SC5-11-2014/2015: New solutions for sustainable production of raw materials  SC5-12-2014/2015: Innovative and sustainable solutions leading to substitution of raw materials  SC5-13-2014/2015: Coordinating and supporting raw materials research and innovation ENABLING THE TRANSITION TOWARDS A GREEN ECONOMY THROUGH ECO-INNOVATION  SC5-14-2014: Consolidating global knowledge on the green economy in support of sustainable development objectives in the EU and internationally DEVELOPING COMPREHENSIVE AND SUSTAINED GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS  SC5-15-2015: Strengthening the European Research Area in the domain of Earth Observation  SC5-16-2014: Making Earth Observation and Monitoring Data usable for ecosystem modelling and services  SC5-17-2015: Demonstrating the concept of 'Citizen Observatories'  SC5-18-2014/2015: Coordinating and supporting Earth Observation research and innovation in the EU, and in the North African, Middle East, and Balkan region CROSS-CHALLENGE TOPICS  SC5-19-2014/2015: Coordinating and supporting research and innovation in the area of climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials  SC5-20-2014/2015: Boosting the potential of small businesses for eco-innovation and a sustainable supply of raw materials

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EURO-1-2014: Resilient and sustainable economic and monetary union in Europe EURO-2-2014: The European growth agenda EURO-3-2014: European societies after the crisis EURO-4-2014: Political challenges for Europe EURO-5-2015: ERA-NET on Smart Urban Futures EURO-6-2015: Meeting new societal needs by using emerging technologies in the public sector

Call - the Young Generation in an Innovative, Inclusive and Sustainable Europe  YOUNG-1-2014: Early job insecurity and labour market exclusion  YOUNG-2-2014: Youth mobility: opportunities, impacts, policies  YOUNG-3-2015: Lifelong learning for young adults: better policies for growth and inclusion in Europe  YOUNG-4-2015: The young as a driver of social change  YOUNG-5-2014: Societal and political engagement of young people and their perspectives on Europe

Call - Reflective Societies: Cultural Heritage and European Identities  REFLECTIVE-1-2014: ERA-NET on Uses of the past  REFLECTIVE-2-2015: Emergence and transmission of European cultural heritage and Europeanisation  REFLECTIVE-3-2015: European cohesion, regional and urban policies and the perceptions of Europe  REFLECTIVE-4-2015: Cultural opposition in the former socialist countries  REFLECTIVE-5-2015: The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe  REFLECTIVE-6-2015: Innovation ecosystems of digital cultural assets  REFLECTIVE-7-2014: Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets  REFLECTIVE-8-2015: Communication and dissemination platform  REFLECTIVE-9-2014: Social Platform on Reflective Societies  REFLECTIVE-10-2014: Mobilising the network of National Contact Points in Societal Challenge 6

Call – Europe as a global actor  INT-1-2014/2015: Enhancing and focusing research and innovation cooperation with the Union’s key international partner countries  INT-2-2014/2015: Encouraging the research and innovation cooperation between the Union and selected regional partners  INT-3-2015: Europe's contribution to a value-based global order and its contestants  INT-4-2015: The European Union's contribution to global development: in search of greater policy coherence  INT-5-2015: Rethinking the European Union crisis response mechanism in light of recent conflicts  INT-6-2015: Re-invigorating the partnership between the two shores of the Mediterranean  INT-7-2015: Towards a new geopolitical order in the South and East Mediterranean region  INT-8-2015: The European Union and the Eastern Partnership  INT-9-2015: The European Union, Turkey and its wider neighbourhood: challenges and opportunities  INT-10-2015: The European Union and integration challenges in the Balkans  INT-11-2015: European cultural and science diplomacy: exploiting the potential of culture and science in the EU’s external relations  INT-12-2015: The cultural, scientific and social dimension of EU-LAC relations

Call – New forms of Innovation          

INSO-1-2014/2015: ICT-enabled open government INSO-2-2014: Understanding and supporting business model innovation INSO-3-2014: The economic impact of the Innovation Union INSO-4-015: Innovative schemes for open innovation and science 2.0 INSO-5-2015: Social innovation Community INSO-6-2014: Platform for ICT for Learning and Inclusion INSO-7-2014: Towards joint programming under Horizon 2020 INSO-8-2014: Synchronised Call initiatives INSO-9-2015: Innovative mobile e-government applications by SMEs INSO-10-2015: SME business model innovation

GV.1-2014. Next generation of competitive Li-ion batteries to meet customer expectations GV.2-2014. Optimized and systematic energy management in electric vehicles GV.3-2014. Future natural gas powertrains and components for cars and vans GV.4-2014. Hybrid light and heavy duty vehicles GV.5-2014. Electric two-wheelers and new ultra-light vehicle concepts GV.6-2015. Powertrain control for heavy-duty vehicles with optimised emissions GV.7-2014. Future alternative fuel powertrains and components for heavy duty vehicles GV.8-2015. Electric vehicles’ enhanced performance and integration into the transport system and the grid

Call - ¨SMALL BUSINESS AND FAST TRACK INNOVATION FOR TRANSPORT¨  IT.1-2014-2015. Small business innovation research for Transport  IT.2-2015. Fast Track to Innovation

Call - ¨BLUE GROWTH¨  BG.1-2014. The offshore challenge - Preparing the future maritime economy  BG.2-2014. Delivering the Sub-sea technologies for new services at sea  BG.3-2015. Response capacities to oil spills and marine pollutions

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HORIZON2020 Excellent Science •

European research council (ERC ) (Frontier research by the best individual teams)

Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)

Skills and career development (Marie Curie)

Research infrastructures

(Collaborative research to open new fields of innovation)

Industrial Leadership • • •

Leadership in Emerging and Innovative Technologies (LEIT) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs

(Opportunities for training and career development)

Societal Challenges • • • • •

(Ensuring access to world-class facilities)

Health, demographic change & wellbeing Food security & the bio-based economy Secure, clean & efficient energy Smart, green & integrated transport Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency & climate action Inclusive, innovative societies & secure societies

Others • Spreading excellence and widening participation • Science with and for society • Communication and Dissemination Science with and for society Making Science Education And Careers Attractive For Young People  SEAC.1.2014.2015 - Innovative ways to make science education and scientific careers attractive to young people  SEAC.2.2014 - Responsible Research and Innovation in Higher Education Curricula  SEAC.3.2014 – Trans-national operation of the EURAXESS Service network  SEAC.4.2015 - EURAXESS outreach activities  SEAC.5.2015 - Accelerating the open labour market for researchers - Pilot call Accreditation for Human Resources Strategy for Researchers

Promoting Gender Equality in Research and Innovation  GERI.1.2014- Innovative approach to communication encouraging girls to study science  GERI.2.2015 - Impact of gender diversity on Research & Innovation  GERI.3.2014 - Evaluation of initiatives to promote gender equality in research policy and research organisations  GERI.4.2014-2015 - Support to research organisations to implement gender equality plans

Integrating Society in Science and Innovation  ISSI.1.2014.2015 - Pan-European public outreach: exhibitions and science cafés engaging citizens in science  ISSI.2.2014 - Citizens and multi-actor engagement for scenario building  ISSI.3.2015 – Knowledge Sharing Platform  ISSI.4.2015 - On-line mechanisms for knowledge-based policy advice  ISSI.5.2014.2015 - Supporting structural change in research organisations to promote Responsible Research and Innovation

Developing governance for the advancement of Responsible Research and Innovation  GARRI.1.2014 - Fostering Responsible Research and Innovation uptake in current research and innovations systems  GARRI.2.2015 - Responsible Research and Innovation in industrial context  GARRI.3.2014 - Scientific Information in the Digital Age: Text and Data Mining (TDM)  GARRI.4.2015 - Innovative approach to release and disseminate research results and measure their impact  GARRI.5.2014 - Ethics in Research: Promoting Integrity  GARRI.6.2014 - Reducing the risk of exporting non ethical practices to third countries  GARRI.7.2014 - Science with and for Society National Contact Points (NCPs) in Horizon 2020  GARRI.8.2014 - National Contact Points for quality standards and horizontal issues

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H2020 & SECPhO SECPhO has taken part in various FP7 projects and is now ready to play an active role in Horizon 2020. We work in 3 directions: • Participation in projects to promote international collaboration between SMEs at the European level • Participation in R&D technological projects as a Dissemination & Exploitation Work Package leader • Participation in R&D technological projects as a partner of organisation and of workshops and events.

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H2020 & SECPhO We are the ideal partner for being leaders of Dissemination & Exploitation work package in your project: SECPhO is already involved in several European projects and is continuously creating and seeking out for new ones. We have extensive experience in communication, activities and strategies on how to reach the right audience in the most efficient way. Leave the Dissemination & Exploitation work package for us and we will ensure that the whole Europe knows about your project!

We are experts in organising various events and workshops for your European project: With our experience in organising events and workshops in Spain and Europe, we can manage any type of activity in a European project: brokerage events, innovation workshops, presentations of new products, etc. SECPhO’s advantages are knowledge of photonics industry innovation stakeholders and processes together with experience in event managment. © 2013 SECPhO · C/ Telers 5, escalera B, 2a Planta, oficina 12 · 08221 TERRASSA (Barcelona) España · Tel. (+34) 93 783 36 64 · info@secpho.org


Useful links: •

Horizon2020 home page (all info necessary for participation)

Open calls

T. Skordas presentation about Photonics in H2020

A quick guide to ICT-related calls in H2020

European Commission Infoday on Photonics in H2020 in Brussels (16-01-2013, Brussels)

Practical guide for EU funding opportunities

Webinar: European Commission Infoday ¨SMEs in Horizon2020¨; Presentations

SECPhO @H2020

Need help or more information? Contact us: Vaclovas Radvilas International projects manager

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H2020 & SECPhO