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KTN Global Alliance and UK National Contract Points (NCPs) present a series of Horizon Europe Consortia Building webinars to support participants in brokering partnerships for European Research and Innovation collaborations and networking.

KTN Global Alliance and UK National Contract Points (NCPs) present a series of Horizon Europe Consortia Building webinars to support participants in brokering partnerships for European Research and Innovation collaborations and networking.

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  1. 1. Welcome to our Horizon Europe Consortia Building Webinar for Cluster 5 and Cluster 6 • Due to the large number of people registered all participants will be muted. • After testing your speakers, please do remember to connect your audio by using the “Join Audio” icon at the bottom left of the screen or dial in via phone using the number provided in the joining instructions. • If you have any technical problems, please use the chat to seek advice from the host (Jess Dobbyne). • Questions and Answers • Please use and keep chat free for Q&A PLEASE NOTE – THE WEBINAR IS PARTLY BEING RECORDED The recording and slides will be made available via the KTN website Follow us: #UKinHorizon
  2. 2. Agenda 09:00 | Pre-event virtual networking and 1-1 meeting opportunities 10:00 | Welcome and Introduction – KTN / UK National Contact Point Team 10:15 | Getting ready for Horizon Europe and finding the right partners – UK National Contact Point Team 11:15 | Break 11:25 | Pitching Session 1 (Cluster 5 and Cluster 6) – Each pitch will be max. 2-3 minutes long. 12:00 | Lunch & Virtual Networking Opportunities 12:45 | Pitching Session 2 (Cluster 5 and Cluster 6) – Each pitch will be max. 2-3 minutes long. 13:45 | Parallel Sessions continued – Virtual round-table discussions with pitch presenters & 1-1 Meeting opportunities with NCPs 14:30 | 1-1 Meeting Opportunities 17:00 | Close
  3. 3. 1-1 Meetings via Meeting Mojo • You can organise 1:1 meetings with other registered users • You will be able to create your profile, search other users’ profiles and book video chat meetings via the platform. • You can search by organisation, by individual or by key word. • Don’t forget to confirm your requested meetings! https://horizoneurope.meeting-mojo.com • Will remain open until the end of July ‘21
  4. 4. European Framework Programmes • Funding programmes created by the European Union/European Commission to support and foster research and innovation • Began in 1984 and each last for 7 years and align to the EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) Horizon 2020 ran from 2014 until 2020 • The previous Framework Programme (FP). Had its last call for proposals in 2020. Total budget for Horizon 2020 was ~ €80 billion. Horizon Europe will run 2021 to 2027 • The 9th FP and successor to Horizon 2020 with a €95.5 billion budget • Work Programmes are now published and available on the EC website Click here. The UK has agreed to Associate to Horizon Europe
  5. 5. • UK entities will have equivalent participation rights to those from Member States can lead projects as coordinators • UK has continued access to Horizon Europe research and innovation funding, infrastructure and markets • Able to access funding from all parts of the Programme including the ERC (European Research Council), MSCA (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions), Partnerships, the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology), the direct actions of the JRC (Joint Research Centre). The UK will be an associate to the COST programme and to EURATOM and ITER. Can access the majority of the EIC (European Innovation Council) the except the EIC Accelerator equity fund • Work programme level exclusions only in exceptional and justifiable cases (e.g., some Defence & Security) • Participation and influence on programme governance structures (e.g. programme committees) • UK experts can continue to take part in peer review (register as an expert here) • The ‘Associated Countries’ concept is not new - Horizon 2020 had 16 Associated Countries including Israel, Switzerland, Norway and Turkey • EU confirmation of UK participation European Commission Q&A on the UK’s Participation in Horizon Europe UK ‘Association’ means continued UK participation The UK has agreed to Associate to Horizon Europe
  6. 6. Horizon Europe Structure €53.8bn €24.9bn €13.4bn • €95.5bn total funding agreed for 2021-2027 • NB budget figures exclude UK and other Associate Country contributions • Others likely to associate incl. Switzerland, Norway, Turkey & Israel • Canada, Japan, Australia etc. status TBC Note: Info based on DRAFT WP
  7. 7. Cluster 5 – Climate, Energy & Mobility Key Themes Climate • Climate sciences and responses • Batteries • Emerging breakthrough technologies • Citizens and stakeholder engagement • Communities and cities Energy • Renewables • Energy Systems and grids • Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage • Cross cutting issues • Energy efficient buildings • Industrial decarbonisation Mobility • Zero emission road transport • Aviation • Waterborne transport • Impact of transport on the environment and human health • Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility • Safety and resilience • Multimodal and sustainable transport systems €15bn funding (2021-27) 177 call topics in 2021-22 NCPs Energy: Helen Fairclough, Kerry Young and Chris Young €0.5bn – 2021/22 €1.4bn – 2021/22 €0.9bn – 2021/22 • 1st Calls Open: 24 June 2021 • Deadlines: 19 Oct 2021 • 1st Calls Open: 24 June 2021 • Deadlines: 14 Sept 2021 and 19 Oct 2021 • 1st Calls Open: 24 June 2021 • Deadlines: 14 Sept 2021 and 19 Oct 2021 Destinations 3 & 4 Destinations 1 & 2 Destinations 5 & 6 NCP Climate: TBC NCP Mobility: Louise Mothersole
  8. 8. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Circular economy and bioeconomy sectors Clean Environment and zero pollution Fair, healthy & environmentally friendly food systems from primary production Land oceans and water for climate change Resilient inclusive healthy and green communities Innovative governance environmental observations and digital solution in support of the Green Deal Cluster 6 Food, Bioeconomy Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Destination 1: Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services • Understanding biodiversity decline • Valuing and restoring biodiversity and ecosystem services • Managing biodiversity in primary production • Enabling transformative change on biodiversity Destination 2: Fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food systems from primary production to consumption • Enabling sustainable farming • Enabling sustainable fisheries and aquaculture • Transforming food systems for health, sustainability and inclusion • Targeted international cooperation Destination 3: Circular economy and bioeconomy sectors • Enabling a circular economy transition • Innovating sustainable bio-based systems and the bioeconomy • Safeguarding the multiple functions of European forests • Innovating for blue economy and biotechnology value chains Destination 4: Clean environment and zero pollution • Halting emissions of pollutants to soils and waters • Protecting drinking water and managing urban water pollution • Addressing pollution on seas and oceans • Innovating for blue economy and biotechnology value chains Destination 5: Land, oceans and water for climate action Destination 6: Resilient, inclusive, healthy and green rural, coastal and urban communities Destination 7: Innovative governance, environmental observations and digital solutions in support of the Green Deal • Innovating with governance models and supporting policy • Deploying and adding value to Environmental Observations • Digital and data technologies as key enablers • Strengthening agricultural knowledge and innovation systems Cluster 6: Food, Bioeconomy Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment €116 m €230 m €193 m €404 m €374 m €353 m €94 m 36 Topics 39 Topics 22 Topics 14 Topics 16 Topics 13 Topics 43 Topics 2021 Calls Open 22nd June 2021 to 6th Oct 2021 2022 Calls Open 28th October 2021 – 15th Feb 2022
  9. 9. Getting ready for Horizon Europe & finding the right partners UKNCPsforCluster5(Climate,EnergyandMobility) CatherineHolt(ncp-environment@innovateuk.ukri.org) HelenFaircloughandKerryYoung(mail@euenergyfocus.co.uk) LouiseMothersole(ncp-transport@innovateuk.ukri.org) UKNCPsforCluster6(Food,Bioeconomy,NaturalResources,Agricultureand Environment) HelenSweeneyandPaulBello(ncp-food-bio-marine@innovateuk.ukri.org) CatherineHolt(ncp-environment@innovateuk.ukri.org) Slides happily shared NCPs in other countries
  10. 10. Agenda 2 • National Contact Points • Building a winning consortium • Why collaborate and who can you collaborate with • Developing a proposal outline • What next? • Q&A
  11. 11. What is a National Contact Point (NCP)? NCP Businesses RTOs Academia UK Gov EU Commission Global R&I network UK NCP network: Team of sector specific public servants providing free support to UK participants to Horizon Europe International NCP network: support in Europe and the rest of the world NCP services vary in each country/sector, but typically include: Informing, awareness raising on Horizon Europe opportunities Assisting, advising and training – to improve the quality of Horizon Europe proposals Signposting and cooperation – direct to relevant support and work with each other to support consortium development
  12. 12. Building a winning consortium Slides happily shared
  13. 13. What do ideal partners look like? • Expert in their area – technical, business, communications, etc • Enthusiastic and committed • Responsive to coordinator’s requests, able to communicate well • Trustable
  14. 14. How to start building a consortium? • What expertise is needed for the project? (Read the call topic very carefully) • Which sectors and disciplines are needed? (Academia, Industry, stakeholders, users…?) • Are there people you have worked with before or know with suitable expertise? Friends of friends? • What expertise is still needed? Where might you find good partners with this expertise? • How will people/organisations be involved? Partners? Advisory groups? • Think about ‘European Added value’ • Good to have some organisations with EU/collaborative experience (especially as coordinator?)
  15. 15. Formal consortium building mechanisms Participant portal – Every topic has a ‘Partner Search’ function where you can upload your profile and review others that have done so Brokerage events – European Commission, Enterprise Europe Network, UK’s KTN, NCPs from around Europe, Technology Platforms etc will hold virtual events with e.g., Meeting Mojo, B2B and some have other tools like partner databases (for example EEN/InnovateUK EDGE) Partner Search – under the How to participate tab on the EU funding and tender opportunities portal where you can search for past projects and organisations CORDIS – a more useful way of finding past projects and participants with experience and allows you to contact them Searching the formal consortium building mechanisms is a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack – they all look like needles so finding the ones for you can be difficult
  16. 16. EU Participant Portal – Call Topic pages Demo Example…
  17. 17. Partner Search for a Call Topic Web-link to Funding and Tenders portal
  18. 18. Web-linktoCORDISportal Partner Search – CORDIS portal
  19. 19. CORDIS https://cordis.europa.eu/search/en
  20. 20. Demo: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/755667 CORDIS https://cordis.europa.eu/search/en
  21. 21. https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/955286
  22. 22. Cluster 5 (Climate, Energy & Mobility) Infodays https://www.horizon-europe-infodays2021.eu/event/cluster-5-climate-energy-mobility
  23. 23. Cluster 5 (Climate, Energy & Mobility) Brokerage Event https://he-cluster5.b2match.io/
  24. 24. Cluster 6 (Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment) Infodays https://www.horizon-europe-infodays2021.eu/
  25. 25. Cluster 6 (Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment) Brokerage Event https://he-cluster6.b2match.io/
  26. 26. What constitutes a winning consortium? One that can deliver the expected outcomes within the stated scope and budget (and give the evaluators confidence that they can) Common to see universities, big business, small business, research and technologies organisations, consultancies, local authorities, national authorities all within the one consortium. There is no ‘typical’ or ‘model’ consortium structure/membership Useful to include exploitation partners – someone who is going to take the outputs of the project and actually implement them to show immediate impact Useful to include the end user community, possibly as an advisory board or associate partners (not direct beneficiaries but costs e.g. travel can be included in ‘other costs’), again to demonstrate route to implementation
  27. 27. Hints and Tips – Building a consortium Questions to think about: Who has the best expertise/reputation? Who should you approach to be part of a consortium? Not everyone has to have the same size role Don’t include partners because you think it will look good or to pad the proposal out - each partner should have a clear and defined purpose. Have a good balance of countries – more than ~30% if the budget going to one country might be of concern to the evaluators
  28. 28. The best ways to form winning teams Being an effective networker is much more useful than submitting a profile into a portal and awaiting contacts. Don’t wait to be invited to the party, push yourself forward • Use your existing professional networks – if you don’t know who the sector leaders are in Europe then you should find out • Use Linked In to connect to people from possible consortium partners • Search CORDIS for previous, related projects and contact the participants. All projects must disseminate their results and often hold workshops, etc. • Join the relevant networks, associations and partnerships • Be an active member – say ‘hi’ when you join the virtual room. Ask questions, support others’ opinions, act as if you are already well known to all in the virtual room • Volunteer to draft working papers, take notes, send in useful information – be helpful • Speak up at workshops – demonstrate Thought Leadership • Show that you would be a valuable partner for collaborative projects and that without you they won’t win – you have the secret sauce that is necessary for their success
  29. 29. Why collaborate and who you can collaborate with Slides happily shared
  30. 30. Why European collaboration is important § A predictable source of funding for research/innovative organisations § Higher funding rates & the only innovation funding for some sectors • Solve global grand challenges through collaborative R&I • Collaborate with world leading organisations to enhance UK/your capabilities § Access cutting edge technologies, infrastructure, talent & markets § Collaborating to drive the direction of travel together (e.g. policy) • Collaborative relationships frequently become transactional ones - exports • Creating EU/UK jobs, growth and best practice Increasing Importance International
  31. 31. Eligibility criteria There are several types of eligibility • Eligibility to take part in a consortium/project • Eligibility to receive funding as part of a consortium/project • Eligibility to be one of the minimum number of participants necessary in a consortium/project
  32. 32. Eligibility to take part in Horizon Europe Stated in the General Annexes Any legal entity, regardless of its place of establishment, including legal entities from non- associated third countries or international organisations (including international European research organisations) is eligible to participate (whether it is eligible for funding or not) although exceptions may apply in specific topics so check the text Horizon Europe is open to the world
  33. 33. Eligibility to receive funding To be eligible for European Commission funding, applicants must be established in one of the eligible countries, i.e.: • Member States of the European Union, including their outermost regions • Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs) linked to the Member States • Eligible non-EU countries: • Countries associated to Horizon Europe • Low- and middle-income countries if country listed in the Horizon Europe Programme Guide • Legal entities which are established in countries not listed above will be eligible for funding if provided for in the specific call conditions, or if their participation is considered essential for implementing the action by the granting authority
  34. 34. UK has agreed to Associate to HE What does this mean? UK scientists, researchers and businesses can access grant funding on equivalent terms as EU organisations • The UK will have the same rights and obligations as other countries associated to the Programme • Association in European Framework Programmes is standard practice • Associate Countries participate in the same way as those from Member States • Organisations from Associate Countries receive grant funding direct from Horizon Europe • Participants count as ‘eligible’ for the formation of consortia • Organisations are eligible to lead Horizon Europe Projects • Further information can be found in the document entitled: “Q&As on the UK’s participation in Horizon Europe”
  35. 35. Associated Countries Countries that associated to Horizon 2020, and are expected to associate to Horizon Europe: • Albania • Armenia • BosniaandHerzegovina • FaroeIslands • Georgia • Iceland • Israel • Republic of North Macedonia • Republic of Moldova • Montenegro • Norway • Serbia Countries considering association include Canada, Japan, Australia and others. Countries negotiating association are treated as associated if Horizon Europe association agreement applies at time of signature of Grant Agreement. • Switzerland • Tunisia • Turkey • Ukraine
  36. 36. Consortium eligibility Consortium Composition (Research & Innovation Actions and Innovation Actions) • At least one independent legal entity established in a Member State; and • At least two other independent legal entities, each established in different Member States or Associated Countries
  37. 37. Topic eligibility & considerations Some topics have additional eligibility criteria or suggestions to consider, e.g. Country/region The consortium must include as a beneficiary at least one legal entity established in a Mission Innovation Country Due to the scope of this topic, legal entities established in all member states of the African Union are exceptionally eligible for Union funding. In order to achieve the expected outcomes, international cooperation is advised, in particular with projects or partners from the US, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Singapore, Australia. International aspects, such as collaboration with third countries and promoting solution in new markets, can be addressed as well. Personnel This topic requires the effective contribution of SSH disciplines and the involvement of SSH experts in order to produce meaningful and significant effects enhancing the societal impact of the related research activities. The effective contribution of renewable energy and agronomy disciplines is also expected. Organisation type The proposal should involve multidisciplinary consortia including industrial partners. 29
  38. 38. Developing a proposal outline
  39. 39. Deconstruct the call to identify the key elements • Print out all the text relevant to your call • Get intimate with your call - not just the topic text • Determine what/who you need to do to fulfil the requirements • Identify key words, actions, objectives, activities etc. • What research do you need to do? • Previous projects? • Links with other projects? • Associated policies ? 33
  40. 40. Developing a Proposal Outline WHY • Why is the project is being carried out • Why should it be funded by the EU (‘European Added Value’) WHAT • How will you address the call topic? • Objectives • Sharing and management of research output WHO • who will do what • what expertise, services, infrastructure do you need • target countries/regions • budget HOW • how is the project going to achieve the expected outcomes • what is expected to be achieved • it’s not just about research – comms, exploitation, etc. TIPS • Mirror the wording in the call • Keep it simple and easy to read • Are there any suggested documents to read? Building on previous projects, background information
  41. 41. What next? Slides happily shared
  42. 42. Use the National Contact Point (NCP) Service NCP Businesses RTOs Academia UK Gov EU Commission Global R&I network UK NCP network: Team of sector specific public servants providing free support to UK participants to Horizon Europe International NCP network: support in Europe and the rest of the world NCP services vary in each country/sector, but typically include: Informing, awareness raising – on Horizon Europe and other EU programmes Assisting, advising and training – to improve the quality of Horizon Europe proposals Signposting and cooperation – direct to relevant support and work with each other to support consortium development
  43. 43. Next steps: further information • The KTN Horizon Europe website includes • Overview of Horizon Europe by UK NCPs (slides and recording) • Overview of Cluster 5 by UK NCP (slides and recording) • Overview of Cluster 6 by UK NCPs (slides and recording) • Links to European Commission webinars on proposal writing, submission, evaluation etc • The EU's IPR Heldesk has useful templates for when you start forming as a team, e.g. Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) • UK Research Office (UKRO) • Regularly updated factsheet on UK participation on EU funded programmes – accessible by all • Those based at subscribing organisations can also get support on other areas of Horizon Europe and can register for updates
  44. 44. Info Days and Brokerage Events • Cluster 5 EC Info Day: 5th – 6th July • Brokerage/Partner: 7th July • Cluster 6 EC Info Days: 7th – 8th July • Brokerage/Partner: 9th July
  45. 45. Next steps: documents and outline • Check out the Reference Documents • Work Programme in full including context and General Annexes (Cluster 5, Cluster 6) • Templates, guides, rules, etc • Annotated Model Grant Agreement • Find out what has been funded already and which organisations are involved • Prepare a proposal outline • Approach potential partners • Use your existing professional networks • Join the relevant networks and associations – again ask your NCP for suggestions
  46. 46. Thank you Any questions? Slides happily shared

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