Plusieurs types de projets peuvent permettre à une Pme de participer au Programme cadre de recherche et développement : • Recherche collaborative (programme « coopération ») dans le cadre de consortium de minimum 3 partenaires de 3 pays différents (développement de réseaux de coopération, acquisition d’autres savoir-faire technologiques) Fonctionne sur appels à propositions de la Commission ciblant les thématiques suivantes : Santé, Alimentation, Agriculture et biotechnologie, Technologie de l’Information et de la Communication, Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Matériaux et Nouvelles technologies de production, Énergie, Environnement, Transport, Sciences Socio-économiques et humaines, Sécurité et Espace.
La DG Recherche a publié au JO UE Série S du 09-02-2010 un avis de marché concernant la création d'une " Plate-forme d'apprentissage en ligne pour les réseaux de soutien aux PME ainsi que pour les petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) afin de faciliter la participation fructueuse des PME au programme-cadre pour la recherche et le développement technologique ". Référence de l'appel : 2010/S 27-037715 . Desciption succincte du marché :
The Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development , also called Framework Programmes or abbreviated FP1 through FP8, are funding programmes created by the European Union in order to support and encourage research in the European Research Area (ERA). The specific objectives and actions vary between funding periods. [ edit ] Background
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The Commission's new audit strategy The Commission's Research DGs (RDGs) have decided to adjust and reinforce their audit strategy substantially in order to detect and correct any errors in cost claims submitted for FP6 and FP7 projects. Given the Commission's target to clear approx. 40% of the FPs' budgets of such errors altogether, the number of audits and participants audited will increase significantly. Furthermore, any type of organisation is likely to become subject of such an audit on-the-spot:
Central to the realisation of the goals of the Lisbon Agenda is the need to promote the knowledge economy, in particular through research, technological development and innovation (RTDI). EU support for RTDI is provided mainly through the Seventh Research Framework Programme, the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme and the Structural Funds. When operating individually, these three funding sources already act as effective tools in support of RTDI. However, their value can be further enhanced by combining them. How can this be done? The answer to this question is provided by the "Practical Guide to EU funding for research, development and innovation" that has been developed by the services of the European Commission.
General provisions for participants Any company, university, research centre, organisation or individual, legally established in any country, may participate in a collaborative project (known as an indirect action) provided that the minimum conditions laid down in the Rules for Participation [PDF] in FP7 (RFP), Chapter II, Section 1, p.12 [PDF], have been met, including any additional conditions laid down by specific programmes or individual work programmes (see Article 12 of RFP). Please note: