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Introductory Remarks on Inter-Operability

This lecture was held at the ERA-LEARN Workshop on the Practical Implementation of Alignment I: Learning from Good Practice

Last Change: 29/06/2015
Publisher: Martin Schmid, High Level Joint Programming Group (GPC) of the European Research Area and Innovation Committee

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Presentation of the HDHL-JPI DEDIPAC Knowledge Hub

This lecture was held at the ERA-LEARN Workshop on the Practical Implementation of Alignment I: Learning from Good Practice

Last Change: 29/06/2015
Publisher: Dr. Anne Loyen, Free University Medical Center

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GPC Meeting 2015-06-03: summary conclusions

Summary conclusions of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) Meeting on 3 June 2015.

Last Change: 03/06/2015
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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ERA-LEARN 2020 Newsletter #1 (May 2015)

The newsletter features latest news and information on: *) ERA-LEARN 2020: 2014 to 2017; *) New information and learning platform for the P2P community; *) New ERA-NET Cofunds: from wind farms to rare diseases; *) A Joint Programming Initiative on Oceans; *) European Joint Programme Cofund Action; *) Conference ‘A new start for Europe: opening up to an era of innovation’, 22-23 June 2015, Brussels; *) Public-Public Partnerships and Joint Programming conference 2015

Last Change: 15/05/2015
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Newsletter

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JPI MYBL External Evaluation Report

Example JPI Evaluation

Last Change: 12/03/2015
Publisher: MYBL

Category: Report

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Opinion on a renewed mandate of the High Level Group on Joint Programming (GPC)

The High Level Group on Joint Programming (GPC) has been established in 2008 as a dedicated configuration of CREST (which since then became ERAC) in order to initia ...

The High Level Group on Joint Programming (GPC) has been established in 2008 as a dedicated configuration of CREST (which since then became ERAC) in order to initiate and facilitate the Joint Programming Process (JPP) as defined in the Council Conclusions of 2 December 2008 (OJ C 24 of 2009, p. 3).

Since then the GPC, according to its initial mandate, has identified ten Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs), has developed Voluntary Guidelines for Framework Conditions for Joint Programming and has taken further initiatives in support of the advancement of the JPIs and the JPP.

Considering the current status of the JPP and the new requirements for a specific strategic advice within the European Research Area (ERA), in the view of a possible revision of its mandate, the GPC proposes that a renewed mandate could include the following tasks:

Last Change: 11/03/2015
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Mandates for GPC Implementation Groups (IG)

The GPC Implementation Groups (IG) shall have the objective to advise the GPC on the practical  implementation of the recommendations provided for by the GPC ad hoc ...

The GPC Implementation Groups (IG) shall have the objective to advise the GPC on the practical  implementation of the recommendations provided for by the GPC ad hoc Working Groups (WG) on: Alignment; GPC and JPIs; Framework Conditions; Measuring JPIs Progress and Impact. Furthermore they shall, on request of the GPC, take effective action in implementing those recommendations.

The IGs shall be set up for a maximum period of 1 year starting in February 2015 and can be extended for equal period upon approval of the GPC Plenary.

Last Change: 26/01/2015
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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GPC Meeting 2014-12-23: summary conclusions

Summary conclusions of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) Meeting on 23 December 2014.

Last Change: 23/12/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Provisional Work Programme 2014-2016 of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC)

Provisional Work Programme 2014-2016 of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC)

Last Change: 23/12/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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The ERA-NET scheme from FP6 to Horizon 2020

Report on ERA-NETs, their calls and the experiences from the first calls under Horizon 2020.

Report on ERA-NETs, their calls and the experiences from the first calls under Horizon 2020. Published by the EUROPEAN COMMISSION, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, Directorate B — Innovation Union and European Research Area, Unit B.2 — ERA Policy and Reform. October 2014.

Last Change: 26/11/2014
Publisher: European Commission

Category: Report

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2014 Biennial Report of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC)

This Biennial Report marks the transition from the ”start-up” phase to a more mature phase of the GPC life cycle.

This Biennial Report marks the transition from the ”start-up” phase to a more mature phase of the GPC life cycle. While the “start-up” phase was mainly dedicated to the identification and selection of the proposals for Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs), to the launch of the 10 JPIs and to the production of a set of Voluntary Guidelines for implementing the framework conditions for joint programming, the current phase aims at consolidating the strategic role of the GPC as a forum for Member States, Associated Countries and the Commission to oversee the Joint Programming Process. This function corresponds to the wish expressed by the Council to see alignment of national strategies, priorities and research programmes with the jointly agreed strategic research agendas, in order to tackle major societal challenges.

Last Change: 14/11/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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ERA-LEARN Newsletter Vol. 7 (November 2014)

The newsletter features latest news and information on: *) ERA-LEARN: 2009 to 2014; *) New tools are available on www.ERA-LEARN.eu; *) ERA-LEARN 2020: a preview; *) New approach for ERA-NETs under Horizon 2020 well understood by the applicants; *) ERA-NET Cofund proposals submitted to the Horizon 2020 calls in 2014; *) Joint Programming: latest news; *) From FP6 to Horizon 2020: European Commission Report on ERA-NETs and their calls

Last Change: 10/11/2014
Publisher: ERA-LEARN

Category: Newsletter

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Report of the GPC Working Group on Alignment

A crucial element of the Joint Programming Process is the alignment of national and European strategies and research programmes with Strategic Research Agendas (SRA ...

A crucial element of the Joint Programming Process is the alignment of national and European strategies and research programmes with Strategic Research Agendas (SRAs) of Joint Programming Initiatives (JPI). The Working Group was tasked with drafting a report to the GPC with the objective of exploring the concept of alignment in order to develop a common understanding of the ways alignment is undertaken in the context of Joint Programming; producing practical recommendations to implement actions that lead to alignment and making proposals for establishing measurable targets to help monitor the progress of alignment.

Last Change: 28/10/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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An assessment of the impact of the FP7 ERA-NET scheme on organisations and research systems

The NETWATCH online platform collects and presents information to support the analysis of transnational research programme cooperation.

The NETWATCH online platform collects and presents information to support the analysis of transnational research programme cooperation. Its content centres on the participants and activities of ERA-NETs and ERA-NET Plus. However, information is also collected on Article 185s,1 Joint Programing Initiatives (JPIs)2 and networks that continue but no longer receive EU support (known as self-sustaining networks). The information collected is used to map and monitor the transnational research programming landscape and to produce policy briefs on issues pertinent to the policy debate, which are also published on the platform.

Building on these data, this report sets out an assessment of the impact of the FP7 ERA-NET scheme on stakeholder organisations and on the research and innovation systems in which they operate.

Last Change: 29/09/2014
Publisher: NETWATCH

Category: Report

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GPC Meeting 2014-09-18: summary conclusions

Summary conclusions of the High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC) Meeting on 18 September 2014.

Last Change: 18/09/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Final report of the GPC Working Group on Measuring JPIs Progress and Impact

This Working Group’s (WG) mandate was to: give suggestions for measuring the progress of JPIs (monitoring dimension) give suggestions for assessing the i ...

This Working Group’s (WG) mandate was to:

  1. give suggestions for measuring the progress of JPIs (monitoring dimension)
  2. give suggestions for assessing the impact of JPIs (ex-post evaluation dimension)
  3. contribute elements for the Terms of reference of the JPI strategic evaluation foreseen by the Commission in the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2014-2015.

The group decided to build on the work on Evaluation of JPIs which was undertaken by the Coordination and Support Action (CSA) 'JPI to Co-Work' with the collaboration of nine of the 10 JPIs. It also recruited the CSA coordinator and experts involved in the CSA to validate the quality of its suggestions.

Last Change: 18/09/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Report of the GPC Working Group on GPC and JPIs

The recommendations in this report are subject to endorsement by the GPC, which mandated the establishment of the Working Group.

The recommendations in this report are subject to endorsement by the GPC, which mandated the establishment of the Working Group. The recommendations are based on views expressed by GPC members, JPIs and Commission officials and the Working Group would like to express its appreciation of the time taken by all concerned to provide their valuable input to this Report.

Last Change: 09/09/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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Report of the GPC Working Group on Framework Conditions for Joint Programming

The Council of the EU, in its Conclusions of 29 November 2010, welcomed the Voluntary Guidelines (VG) for Framework Conditions on Joint Programming and encouraged “ ...

The Council of the EU, in its Conclusions of 29 November 2010, welcomed the Voluntary Guidelines (VG) for Framework Conditions on Joint Programming and encouraged “their regular review in the light of new experience of the JPIs in applying them”. On the basis of this mandate by the Council, the GPC set up a Working Group to carry out such a review. With this report, the Working Group presents the results of its findings. The report attempts to point out issues with regard to the Framework Conditions which are important for the further development of JP and JPIs, with a view to significantly contributing to the enhancement of the European Research Area.

Last Change: 09/09/2014
Publisher: GPC

Category: Report

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NETWATCH Mapping and Monitoring 4th Exercise

The work presented in this report provides a descriptive analysis of the networks included in the NETWATCH database (i.e.

The work presented in this report provides a descriptive analysis of the networks included in the NETWATCH database (i.e. active ERA-NETs, ERA-NET Plus, Article 169/185s and self-sustaining networks). The report monitors the landscape of schemes and provides an analysis of key aspects of research programme cooperation within Europe. Reference is made to previous reports and time series analysis is included to provide an indication of the evolution of such programme cooperation within the European Research Area (ERA). These findings aim to support policy makers to make informed decisions on the future design and implementation of these, and related initiatives.

The first mapping and monitoring report (D3.2.1) compared networks from 2010 and 2011, while the two subsequent mapping and monitoring exercises (D3.2.2 and D 3.2.3) further enhanced the monitoring dimension by adding an additional periods for comparison (i.e. two periods in 2011). The current report builds on the prior work in order to have a comparison, while focussing the analysis on the most recent information derived from networks active in September 2012. The cohort included 72 active networks: 46 FP7 funded ERA-NETs, nine FP7 funded ERA-NET Plus, four FP7 funded Article 169/185 networks, one FP6 funded Article 169/185, one FP7 funded Coordination and Support Action, and 11 self-sustaining networks.

Last Change: 14/02/2014
Publisher: NETWATCH

Category: Report

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NETWATCH Mapping and Monitoring 5th Exercise

The work presented in this report provides a descriptive analysis of the networks included in the NETWATCH database (i.e.

The work presented in this report provides a descriptive analysis of the networks included in the NETWATCH database (i.e. ERA-NETs, ERA-NET Plus, Article 169/185s, Joint Programming Initiatives, and self-sustaining networks). The report monitors the landscape of transnational collaboration schemes and provides an analysis of key aspects of research programme cooperation within Europe. This builds on previous reports and includes time series analysis to provide an indication of the evolution of programme cooperation within the European Research Area (ERA). The current report focuses on those networks active in September 2013. The cohort comprises 78 active networks: 43 FP7 funded ERA-NETs; 10 FP7 funded ERA-NET Plus; four FP7 funded Article 169/185 networks; one FP6 funded Article 185 action: 10 self-sustaining networks; and, for the first time, 10 Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs).

Last Change: 14/02/2014
Publisher: NETWATCH

Category: Report

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