Horizon 2020 (2014-2020) and FP7 (2007-2013)
Horizon 2020 - The 2014 - 2020 EU Programme for Research & Innovation
--> "JKU Guide for H2020 Projects" in Intranet (access for JKU employees only): JKU information (PIC,..) and additional JKU specific information to submit and carry out projects in the H2020 program. Available in Intranet, Research Support.
--> "JKU Guide for H2020 Projects" in Intranet (access for JKU employees only): compilation of the most important and relevant information regarding financial statements for H2020 projects. Available in Intranet, Research Support.
A central instrument to maintain and strengthen Europe's competitiveness.
The basis is a 3-column structure:
- Excellent Science (ERC - European Research Council (Details), FET - Future and Emerging Technologies, Marie Skłodowska-Curie (Details), Research Infrastructures)
- Industrial Leadership (LEIT - Basic and Industrial Technologies incl. KETs - Key Technologies, access to Risk Finance, Innovation in SMEs)
- Societal Challenges (1. Health, Demographic Change and Well-Being. 2. Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry, Marine, Maritime and national Water Research and Bio-Economy. 3. Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy. 4. Smart, Green and Integrated Transport. 5. Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials. 6. Europe in a Changing World – inclusive, innovative and reflective societies. 7. Secure Societies – Protecting Freedom and Security of Europe and its Citizens.)
The Following Cross-Cutting Issues in H2020 Outside of the Columns:
- Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation
- Science with and for Society
- EIT - European Institute of Innovation and Technology (funds KICs - Knowledge and Innovation Communities to bring together and support of structured, long-term partnerships in the fields of education, research and business.)
"Expanding Horizon" - Upper Austria Initiation Funding for H2020 Projects
NEW beginning June 1, 2016
Funding for program coordinators from Upper Austria (Companies and R&D - Organizations) who submit to the H2020 program.
Partial compensation for internal expenses and the costs of an external evaluation.
Stage 1 (up to €10,000): Requirements include a claim and proof of a professional external funding advice (proposal check). At the time of submitting the application, the application must refer to a concrete open call in the H2020 program.
Stage 2 (additional funding in the amount of max. €15,000): After submitting a complete H2020 proposal (note: confirmation of submission) and a review that confirms the proposal quality. At the time of submitting the application, the application must refer to a concrete open call in the H2020 program. After receiving the evaluation results, applicants have up to one month to submit additional documentation to the government funding office (complete proposal, H2020 evaluation results.
FP7 - The EU 7th Framework Program for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration 2007 - 2013
--> "JKU Guide for FP7 Projects" in Intranet (access for JKU employees only): Contains JKU specific information to carry out projects in the FP7 program. Available in Intranet, Research Support.
The main areas of EU research policy are reflected in the goals and specific programs in the 7th Framework Programme. This includes the following categories: Collaboration, Ideas, People, Capacities, Nuclear Research.
Calls to submit proposals are published regularly by the EU.
Funding for Open Access Publications After Project Completion
Horizon Magazine - EU Research Framework Programmes, 1984 - 2014
Advising Centers in Austria for H2020 and FP7 Programs
Advising for Research and Innovation Funding - Business Upper Austria, Linz
Formerly known as CATT, the team at Business Upper Austria, Funding for Research and Innovation offers free advising and consulting services for businesses and research institutions.
FFG - The Austrian Research Promotion Agency
Each member country has its own national advising center to provide detailed information on EU funding programs. In Austria, the advising center is now the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG). The FFG is a central institution in Austria supporting research, technology, and innovation funding in the field of application-oriented research.