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CIP Information Day specific workshop on Health, Ageing Well and Inclusion (Objectives 3.1-3.3)

News: 15/01/2013, Brussels
On 15 January 2013 the European Commission held an information day for Objectives 3.1 - 3.3, ICT for Health, Ageing Well and Inclusion, of Call 7 of the CIP ICT PSP. Information given on the day is posted on this page. Please note the clarification on intellectual property rights in the thematic network for the sustainability of EU wide info-structure and collaborative governance (objective 3.3.c).

View the presentation done by the European Commission on Objectives 3.1 - 3.3.


SHOWCASING IDEAS (3.1 and 3.3 only)

Potential applicants still have the opportunity to showcase their ideas to potential partners by submitting them online.
You can also view and comment published presentations.


List of participants to the workshop of 15 January (Please note that this list only displays delegates with a public profile).
You can also use the Ideal-IST partner search and the Cordis list.

Note also the PCP/PPI event in Berlin, 21-22 March 2013.

Session for Objectives 3.2a & 3.2b: Supporting public procurement for innovative solutions (PPI) in eHealth, active and healthy ageing and assisted living

View the presentations done by the European Commission:

Note that the video of the PPI session (Objectives 3.2a & 3.2b) is available for viewing.

For further details please read the CIP2013 Work Programme objectives 3.2a and 3.2b as well as section 4.1.5 Public Procurement of Innovative solutions (PPI) Pilot. A guide for applicants is available on the participant portal, in which you can find further detailed information regarding the PPI instruments, conditions, specificities, etcetera.


Frequently asked questions

The TN FAQ was adapted with the following question:

Q: In objective 3.3c it is said that the assets handled by the TN must be free of any intellectual property rights.  Is this a general requirement for any TN?  And what does it actually mean in the frame of objective 3.3c, as assets usually always have IPR, even if they can be used freely?
A:  The general requirement for any TN is that results and outcomes should be available in the public domain and widely disseminated (for example through publications and conferences). The requirement on the IPR of handled assets in objective 3.3c is not a general one, but a specific requirement for this objective.  As regards the meaning of "free of any intellectual property rights", it should be understood in this context as "assets, which can be used freely and free of charge, i.e without licensing, royalties or any other kind of compensation."