Synergies and Smart Specialisation Reflections on the ...

Synergies and Smart Specialisation Reflections on the ...

DLR-PT.de Chart 1 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Spreading Excellence and Widening Particpiation The Role of NCPs in implementing synergies between Horizon 2020 and ESIF Matthias Woiwode von Gilardi DLR Project Management Agency Brussels, 11 October 2016 DLR-PT.de Chart 2 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Some key questions ISSUE What are the relevant policy processes to get involved in as NCP? PURPOSE Why is it important to get involved in them (purpose)? TARGET Who are the key stakeholders? METHOD How can NCPs get involved? --------------------------------------- Case studies Germany National dialogue on synergies Regional implementation project Northrhine-Westphalia --------------------------------------- Some recommendations

Support to Widening Participation DLR-PT.de Chart 3 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Some key questions ISSUE What are the relevant policy processes to get involved in as NCP? PURPOSE Why is it important to get involved in them (purpose)? TARGET Who are the key stakeholders? METHOD How can NCPs get involved? DLR-PT.de Chart 4 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Reform discussion in Horizon 2020 Drivers, e.g. Ex-post Evaluation FP7 (Commitment and Coherence) Interim evaluation Horizon 2020 Reports (e.g. Perspectives of RIS3 in the context of Europe 2020) high-level politics (Member States/ Council, regions, European Commission, European Parliament)

DLR-PT.de Chart 5 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Reform discussion in Horizon 2020 Issues More investments (through EFSI, ESIFother) More innovation (KET, innovative procurement, EIC, Innovation Deals, ) More integration and coherence (European Joint Programming, EIT-KIC, JTI) Responding to societal challenges (circular economy, bio-economy, sustainable energy) Initiatives 5 Vanguard Initiative, (thematic) S3 Platforms, H2020 seal of excellence (SoE), Stairway to Excellence (S2E), national-regional synergies dialogue Germany, Austria

DLR-PT.de Chart 6 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Ex-Post-Evaluation FP7 Commission reaction on recommendations of the expert commission Commitment and Coherence (January 2016) Announcement of a series of measures: Exploring potential of a European Innovation Council (EIC) Further support to strengthening synergien between H2020, 6 ESI-Funds and EFSI Stepping-up of simplification measures (Lump Sums, etc.) Evaluation of the executive agencies REA and ERCEA (until end of March 2016) Enhancing open access to research data Involvement of citizens particularly on shaping future framework programmes ( Online Stakeholder Consultation Oct-Dec. 2016) DLR-PT.de Chart 7

> NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Reform discussions what about the ESI-Funds? Main lines of discussion at EU level Bratislava Conference on past, present and future of Cohesion Policy CC on Financial Instruments, Omnibus Regulation Topics: flexibility, performance, economic governance, simplification Are you aware of the main issues of the debate in your country? E.g. State aid rules Transnational regional cooperation on RIS3 priorities Strategic coordination of funding sources Are there opportunities to get involved? (consultations etc.) Consider opportunities in specific thematic objectives / investment priorities? at national / regional level? DLR-PT.de Chart 8 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Some key questions ISSUE What are the relevant policy processes to get involved in as NCP? PURPOSE Why is it important to get involved in them (purpose)? TARGET Who are the key stakeholders? METHOD How can NCPs get involved? DLR-PT.de Chart 9

> NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 synergies governance or synergies maze (or mess?) 9 COM MS Regions Set up 7-year plan implementing Horizon 2020 (expenditure and activity planning) on European R&I priorities Conclude CP Partnership Agreements with COM Information of CP managing authorities about priorities (and subsequent multi-annual work programme up-dates) feed into the development of the RIS3 strategies and OPs More specific information on timing and modalities for Horizon 2020 bridgingmeasures e.g. Twinning competition, ERA chairs, regional partner facilities of ESFRI,

labels of excellence, the SME instrument managing authorities to consider opportunities for the preparation of the respective OPs Industrial Leadership pillar of Horizon 2020 Consider in RIS3 and involve actors from the relevant regions Societal Challenges pillar of Horizon 2020 Industry / Science / Society Partnership principle: contribute to development of RIS3 and OP Development of (EIT) research and innovation agendas European Innovation Partnerships Consider EIP priorities in CP actions (pilot / demonstration

activities and public procurement of innovation) Belgrade, S3 Training for SEE Countries EU12/04/2013 Bureau; based on COM Fiche 28 (MFF) on Synergies DLR-PT.de Chart 10 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Example: Horizon 2020 meta-work programme regional dimension, smart specialisation and synergies (excerpt) Horizon 2020 activities Links to smart specialisation / ESIF Thematic objectives of ESIF KET; ICT 5 calls (CSA, IA), links to ESIF & RIS3 i.a. R&I; SME; low-carbon economy; envirnoment, resource efficiency

KET; nano-technology, materials and production, Bio-technology 2 calls (CSA), links to ESIF & RIS3, transregional cooperation of regions (with same key priorities) i.a. R&Icompetitiveness of SMEs; ICT SC health 2 calls (PCP, CSA); links to ESIF & RIS3 to bridge the innovation divide i.a. R&I; SME, efficient administration SC Bio-economy: food, agriculture In all calls links to ESIF & RIS3, exploit synergies wherever possible i.a. R&I; SME; environment; risk management and prevention RI research infrastructures Synergies with ESIF across all calls

Cross-cutting themes, i.a. R&I; SME; ICT SC Climate, Environment 10 calls (CSA, IA), links to ESIF & RIS3 i.a. R&I; SME; climate adaptation; Anpassung an Klimawandel; envirnoment, resource efficiency MSCA Marie-Skodowska-Curie All calls with links to ESIF &RIS3, support to programmes implementing regional and national funding priorities Cross-cutting; mobility actions, education and training DLR-PT.de Chart 11 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Some key questions ISSUE What are the relevant policy processes to get involved in as NCP? PURPOSE Why is it important to get involved in them (purpose)?

TARGET Who are the key stakeholders? METHOD How can NCPs get involved? DLR-PT.de Chart 12 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Cohesion Policy Players in Germany (Sponsors, Decision-Makers) EU: Programming instruments COM (GD Regionalpolitik), EP (REGI-Ausschuss), Common Strategic Framework (CSF) (Annexe to CPR) Council (RAG Strukturelle Manahmen; RfAA (St-Ebene) ) Lead on negotiations Regions Joint positions Government rep.

BMBF: OP-MAs (typical BMWi: TO 1 Departments): State chancelleries Europe Economy Finance Labour/ Employment/ social affairs (ESF) Agriculture/ environment (EMFF/ ELER) Partnership Agreement (PA) Between MS and COM Gov

221: ESIF in-house coord. OP (national / regional) Coordination ERDF TO 2+3 421: 321: BMVI: ERDF ESF ETc (INTERREG) 223: EU R&I policy Synergies H2020 BMU:

BMAS: BMELV: TO 4 ESF EAFRD 12 DLR-PT.de Chart 13 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Some key questions ISSUE What are the relevant policy processes to get involved in as NCP? PURPOSE Why is it important to get involved in them (purpose)? TARGET Who are the key stakeholders? METHOD How can NCPs get involved? DLR-PT.de Chart 14 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Case studies Germany

DLR-PT.de Chart 15 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 National Synergies Dialogue in Germany DLR-PT.de Chart 16 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 National dialogue first results Joint Workshop: NorthrhineWestphalia and BMBF Topic of common interest and relevance for synergies: innovative procurement Multi-stakeholder-approach Interactive sessions (break-out, panels) Impact: Continuous exchange format launched by NCP coordination in Germany: experienced entities newcomers support services (national, NCPs etc.) DLR-PT.de Chart 17 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016

Regional implementation: building bridges (Northrhine-Westphalia) (ERDF funded) ESI-Fonds and actors in NRW NRW-Min. NRW-Min. Employment Economy ESF NRW-Min. Env./ Agriculture ERDF EAFRD NRW agency GIB ERDF Secretariat Lead market agency Energy agency Efficiency agency counselling

counselling counselling counselling counselling analyses - strategies technologies actors - information counselling ZENIT / NRW.Europa HORIZON 2020 NRW-Min. IWF SYNERGIES DLR-PT.de Chart 18 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Support to Widening Participation measures (SEWP) Some recommendations to NCPs: Find your allies in the national R&I eco-system (Rectors Conference, major RTOs, regional associations etc.) Team-up with national multipliers to promote SEWP (joint events and

campaigns) Address multipliers to raise awareness of the alien programme part (ESIF for H2020, H2020 for ESIF stakeholders) Get involved in the policy debate in your country to know whats going on (national positions, programmes, trends) In your organisation, link-up functions for policy counselling on synergies (if existing) and NCP (personnel union) COMMUNICATE! LISTEN! SHARE! DLR-PT.de Chart 19 > NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Team Regional Dimension of European R&I Deutsches Zentrum fr Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR) Projekttrger | Europische und internationale Zusammenarbeit | EU-Bro des BMBF Matthias Woiwode von Gilardi | Team Leader Phone +49 228 3821-1654 [email protected] SERVICE Intelligence on Synergies Horizont 2020 and ESIF (RIS3, OP)

Pamela Weber | Synergies Dialogue Horizon 2020-ESIF Pathfinder on structural funding, Phone +49 228 3821-2024 priorities and contact persons in the [email protected] regions (Lnder) (Signposting), Oliver Rohde| NRW Brckenbildung (building bridges) Integrated counselling H2020Phone +49 228 3821-1891 proposers/ region [email protected] Training on specific Topics Newsletter Regionen und EUAndreas Kahle| NCP SEWP Synergien Phone +49 228 3821-1829 [email protected] Birte Wollenhaupt | EU Research Policy Phone +49 228 3821-1892 [email protected] You have concrete questions or need support? Make your cases! Matthias Sell| Student Placement Phone +49 228 3821-1639 [email protected] DLR-PT.de | eubuero.de | eu-synergien.de DLR-PT.de Chart 20

> NCP_WIDE.NET > Workshop HOW SYNERGIES WORK IN PRACTICE > 11 October 2016 Thank you for participating! Matthias Woiwode von Gilardi Team Leader / Head of Synergies Dialogue Secretariat DLR Project Management Agency [email protected]

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