SEE-ERA.NET PLUS Marion Haberfellner Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI)

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SEE-ERA.NET PLUSMarion HaberfellnerCentre for Social Innovation (ZSI)MISSION STATEMENTSEE-ERA.NET PLUS is based on the SEE-ERA.NET project and its Regional Programme for Cooperation with South-East Europe (ReP-SEE), which was developed to enhance S&T cooperation with the Western Balkan countries (WBC).Fostering of collaboration between research teams from the Western Balkans and EU Member States through first major joint call for Joint European Research Projects (JERPs) in SEE.SEE-ERA.NET PLUS will launch a call for Joint European Research Projects (JERPs) with a planned call budget of around EURO 3.5 Mio.PROJECT CONSORTIUMCentre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Austria (Coordinator)Federal Ministry of Science and Research (BMWF), AustriaMinistry of Education and Science (MOeS), AlbaniaMinistry of Foreign Affairs (MVP), Bosnia-HerzegovinaMinistry of Education and Science (MON), BulgariaMinistry of Science, Education and Sports (MZOS), CroatiaMinistry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAEE), FranceMinistry of Higher Education and Research (MESR), FranceFederal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), GermanyProject Management Agency of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research at the German Aerospace Centre (PT-DLR), GermanyGeneral Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT), GreeceMinistry of Education and Science (MON-MK), Former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaMinistry of Education and Science (MPIN), MontenegroNational Authority for Scientific Research (ANCS), RomaniaMinistry of Science and Technological Development (MSTD), SerbiaMinistry of Higher Education, Science and Technology (MHEST), SloveniaThe Scientific and Technological Research Council (TBITAK), TurkeySEE-ERA.NET PLUS JOINT CALLLaunch of call: 1st of September 2009Deadline: 3 November 2009, 16:00 CET Budget: 3,5 Million Euros (funding from EC and national sources)Call Topics: ICT and AgroFoodCALL TOPICSAs thematic areas for the Single Joint Call of SEE-ERA.NET PLUS, the following four fields have been identified: Within the theme ICT:1) Software systems for learning process management and support2) ICT for energy efficiency AgroFood:3) Preservation of indigenous species and traditional food products (in SEE/WBC)4) Interdisciplinary field: Land use impact in agriculture on biodiversityJOINT EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROJECTS FUNDED BY SEE-ERA.NET PLUSComposition of project consortium: at least 2 WBC and one of the other SEE-ERA.NET PLUS consortium countriesBudget available: maximum 150.000 EurosProject duration: between one and two years2 Step Procedure:1. Expressions of Interest 2. Full ProposalPROJECT SCHEDULESeptember 1, 2009:Launching of the call November 3, 2009: Deadline for the submission of EoIFollowed by Peer review of the EoIsJanuary 2010: Decision about EoIs and call for full proposalsMarch 15, 2010: Deadline for full proposals Followed by Peer Review of the full proposals June 2010: Final decision on the JERPsOctober 1, 2010: Start of JERPS2011/2012/2013: End of the JERPs and end of SEE-ERA.NET PLUSSEE-ERA.NET PLUS contact detailsProject coordinator and National contact point for Austria:Marion HaberfellnerCentre for Social Innovation (ZSI)Linke Wienzeile 2461150 Wienmhaberfellner@zsi.atTel.: ++43-1-4950442-67GSM: ++43-699-1148 0280Fax: ++43 1 4950 4420-40http://www.see-era.nethttp://www.zsi.at Funding for SEE-ERA.NET PLUSNational sources from all consortium membersEuropean Commission funding: SEE-ERA.NET PLUS is a Coordination and Support Action (Contract Number: 226156) co-funded by the European Community's Programme for International Cooperation under the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (2007-2013)FOLLOW-up project to SEE-ERA.NETFirst meetings: developing the administrative procedures for the implementation of the forthcoming callTwo-step procedure: 1. EoI 2. Full proposals

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