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Horizon 2020:
What Funding Opportunities for
Criminology Research?
Adriana Brincat Scicluna
EU Team, Research Support Office
• Horizon 2020: the European Commission’s main
Programme for the Funding of Research
• Succeeds Framework Programme 7 (FP7)
• 70.2 billion EUR
• 2014-2020
• Excellent Science - Pillar I
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
(MSCA)
Horizon 2020 – MSCA
ITN
IEF
ITN
Early-Stage
Researchers
Innovative Training Networks supporting early-stage
training (Including Industrial doctorates & Joint
doctorates)
IOF
IIF
CIG
IAPP
IRSES
COFUND
IF
Experienced
Researchers
Individual fellowship supporting experienced
researchers undertaking mobility
RISE
Exchange
of Staff
International and inter-sector cooperation through
research and innovation staff exchange
COFUND
Co-funding
Co-funding of regional, national and international
programmes funding doctoral and postdoctoral
researchers
Innovative Training Networks (ITN)
The ITN consists of three strands:
• European Training Networks (minimum of three participants)
• Joint Doctorates (minimum of three academic participants
who can deliver a doctoral degree)
• European Industrial Doctorates (minimum of one academic
participant and one non-academic participant)
European Training Networks
(ETNs)
• Aimed at Training of Early Stage Researchers
(ESRs)
<< ESR Definition: Early stage researchers shall at the time
of recruitment by the host organisation, be in the first four years
(full-time equivalent research experience) of their research
careers and have not been awarded a doctoral degree. >>
• Minimum of 3 organisations from 3 separate
Member States/Associated Countries
• Non-Academic Institutions should be included in the
network
…ETNs continued
• ‘Academic Sector’ consists of public or private higher
education establishments awarding academic degrees,
public or private non-profit research organisations
whose primary mission is to pursue research, and
international European interest organisations as they are
defined in Article 2 of the Horizon 2020 Rules for
Participation.
• Non-Academic Sector includes any socio-economic
actor not included in the academic sector and fulfilling
the requirements of the Horizon 2020 Rules for
Participation.
…ETNs continued
• Maximum of 540 ESR months (15 PhD students for
36 months each) per network
• Mobility rule applies: ESRs must not have resided
in the recruiting host country for more than 12
months in the previous 3 years
• Apart from the Beneficiary organisations that would
need to recruit ESRs, a consortium may also include
Partner organisations who would host secondments
…ETNs continued
• ETN Funding covers:
• Living + mobility allowance of ESRs (UK figure:
52,095 EUR/year)
• 1,800 EUR/ESR/month for Training and Networking
to hosting organisation (21,600 EUR/ESR/year)
• 1,200 EUR/ESR/month towards Management and
Overheads to hosting organisation (43,200
EUR/ESR/year)
European Joint Doctorates
(EJDs)
• European Joint Doctorates (EJDs): same set-up
and similar conditions to ETNs with the additional
requirement of a minimum of three participants that
can award degrees and the delivery of joint, double
or multiple doctoral degree to ESRs.
European Industrial Doctorates
(EIDs)
• European Industrial Doctorates (EIDs):
– 1 non-academic organisation (primarily enterprise)
+
1 academic organisation in different Member
States/AC at minimum
– Up to 5 PhD students spending a minimum of 50% of
their time based at the non-academic organisation (focus
on skills meeting public or private sector needs)
– Same funding as for ETN above
Individual Fellowships (IFs)
• Opportunities for Experienced Researchers
(ERs):
<< Experienced Researcher definition: ERs shall, at the time of
the relevant deadline for submission of proposals by the host
organisation, be in possession of a doctoral degree or have at
least four years of full-time equivalent research experience. >>
– Grow your team through European Fellowships (any
country to MS/AC)

2 year duration
– Outgoing Fellowship (MS/AC to third country, with
mandatory return phase)

3 year duration
Research and Innovation
Staff Exchange (RISE)
• Aimed at Staff Exchanges (staff must have been
employed for at least 6 months before the start of the
exchange)
• Minimum of three independent participant organisations
based in three separate countries
• The grouping must either include:
–
one third-country-based organisation; or
–
a non-academic sector organisation; or
– Or both of the above.
…RISE continued
• Secondments may be between 1 and 12 months
duration and must all be either international or
intersectoral
• Funding covers:
• Contribution towards travel and subsistence costs
(2,000 EUR/secondee/month), training costs (1,800
EUR/secondee/month) and management and
overheads (700 EUR/secondee/month)
• Marie Curie Upcoming deadlines:
– ITNs: 9th April 2014, 13th January 2015
– IFs: 11th September 2014, 10th September 2015
– RISE: 24th April 2014, 28th April 2015
»Work Programme
• Excellent Science - Pillar I
Research Infrastructures
Research Infrastructures
• Aim is to “develop new world-class research
infrastructures. The aim is to facilitate and support the
implementation, long-term sustainability and efficient
operation of the research infrastructures identified by
the European Strategy Forum on Research
Infrastructures (ESFRI) as well as other world-class
research infrastructures, which will help Europe respond
to grand challenges in science, industry and society.”
•
Minimum of three organisations based in three separate
Member States or Associated Countries
Research Infrastructures
•
–
Calls:
Developing new world-class research infrastructures
– Integrating and opening research infrastructures of European
interest
–
e-Infrastructures
– Support to innovation, human resources, policy and international
cooperation
•
Minimum of three organisations based in three separate
Member States or Associated Countries
•
•
Funding varies between 1-15m EUR
100% direct costs, 25% towards indirects
• Societal Challenges - Pillar III
 Europe in a changing world - inclusive, innovative and
reflective Societies
 Secure societies – protecting freedom and security of
Europe and its citizens
Societal Challenges (Pillar III)
• Top down (pre-set) research calls
• Minimum of 3 organisations from 3
different Member States or Associated
Countries
• Bi-annual work programmes
• Typical project value €1M to €6M
Societal Challenges (Pillar III)
• Different Action Types (ex. Research and
Innovation, Coordination and Support Actions)
• Application split into: Scientific Excellence,
Implementation and Impact (max. 70 pages)
• Funding of 100% direct costs plus 25% towards
indirect costs
Societal Challenges- Pillar III
• Health, demographic change and wellbeing (Work Programme)
• Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime
research, bio-economy (Work Programme)
• Secure, clean and efficient energy (Work Programme)
• Smart, green and integrated transport (Work Programme)
• Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials (Work
Programme)
• Europe in a changing world - inclusive, innovative and
reflective Societies (Work Programme)
• Secure societies – protecting freedom and security of
Europe and its citizens (Work Programme)
• Europe in a changing world - inclusive, innovative
and reflective Societies Work Programme Calls:
– Overcoming the Crisis: New Ideas, Strategies and
Governance Structures for Europe
– The Young Generation in an Innovative, Inclusive and
Sustainable Europe
– Reflective Societies: Cultural Heritage and European
Identities
– Europe as a Global Actor
– New Forms of Innovation
• Secure societies – Protecting freedom and
security of Europe and its citizens Work
Programme Calls:
– Disaster-resilience: safeguarding and securing society,
including adapting to climate change
– Fight against Crime and Terrorism
– Border Security and External Security
– Digital Security: Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust
Other European
Funding Schemes
• COST (Cooperation in Science and Technology):
funding for networking within established
consortia
• HERA (Humanities) and NORFACE (Social
Sciences): Coordinated funding on a European
level by National Research Councils
• Different European Organisations and
Directorate Generals within the European
Commission offer pockets of funding which may
involve research work
Useful Links
Find an H2020 Call
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal4/desktop/en/opportunit
ies/h2020/index.html
Registering as H2020 Advisor
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal4/desktop/en/experts/index.html
Questions?
Adriana Brincat Scicluna
[email protected]
EU Team, Research Support Office,
University of Glasgow
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