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Results of Stage 1 evaluations of the 2012 calls now available.

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First Cross-Thematic calls for Public Private Partnerships

The deadline for the first series of cross-thematic calls for the Public Private Partnerships "Factories of the Future" and "Energy Efficient Buildings", was 3 November 2009. For these two calls, 157 proposals were submitted of which one proposal did not meet the eligibility criteria. The remaining proposals are distributed over the different call topics as follows.

Factories of the Future
FoF.NMP.2010-1Plug and Produce components for adaptive control21
FoF.NMP.2010-2tdSupply chain approaches for small series industrial production25
FoF.NMP.2010-3Intelligent, scalable, manufacturing platforms and equipment for components with micro- and nano-scale functional features16
FoF.ICT.2010.10-1Smart Factories: ICT for agile and environmentally friendly manufacturing34
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Energy Efficient buildings
EeB.NMP.2010-1New nanotechnology based high performance insulation systems for energy efficiency11
EeB.NMP.2010-2New technologies for energy efficiency at district level8
EeB.ENV.2010-3.2.4-1Compatible solutions for improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings in urban areas5
EeB.Energy.2010.8.1-2Demonstration of energy efficiency through retrofitting of buildings10
EeB.ICT.2010.10-2ICT for energy-efficient buildings and spaces of public use26
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The evaluation of these proposals is planned for December/January. The outcome of the evaluations is expected to be known before the end of January 2010.




Results 3rd Call FP7-NMP

The 3rdseries of FP7-NMP calls for Large, Small and SME targeted collaborative projects were published on 19 November 2008. The evaluation followed a two-stage procedure:
For the stage-1 deadline of 17 February 2009, 608 proposals were submitted. In the stage-1 proposals an outline had to be given of the foreseen R&D work and the expected impact.
Following the evaluation of these proposals in March 2009, 115 proposals were invited to submit a full proposal for the stage-2 deadline of 22 July 2009. In the full proposal a total overview of the R&D work had to be presented, as well as information about the partners, management structure, impact and exploitation and the dissemination strategy.
115 full proposals were submitted in stage 2, and evaluated in September 2009.

From the 115 evaluated proposals, 48 proposals reached all thresholds and were selected for funding. This represents an overall success rate of 42% in stage 2.

Detailed information about the three separate calls can be found in Table 1.

Table 2 gives an overview of the number of submitted and retained proposals for both stages. All topics have at least 2 retained proposals. Coordinators of these proposals will be invited for grant agreement negotiations.



Table 1: Total overview of submitted/retained proposals and requested budgets in the NMP 2009 call for Large, Small and SME-targeted projects.


Call LARGE-3 SMALL-3 SME-3

Budget available
125 M€ 80 M€ 25 M€
Number Requested funding Number Requested funding Number Requested funding
Proposals submitted stage 1 150 995 M€ 354 990 M€ 104 322 M€
GO proposals stage 1 33 254 M€ 64 196 M€ 18 59 M€
Success rate stage 1 23% 18% 17%
Proposals submitted stage 2 32 269 M€ 64 208 M€ 17 60 M€
Retained proposals stage 2 16 128 M€ 24 82 M€ 8 28 M€
Success rate stage 2 50% 38% 47%


Table 2: Quantitative overview of submitted and retained proposals per topic in the NMP 2009 call for Large, Small and SME-targeted projects.


Topic number Type Topic Submitted stage 1 GO stage 1 Success rate stage 1 Submitted stage 2 Retained stage 2 Success rate stage 2
NMP-2009-1.1-1 Small Nanobiotechnology: Applying life science principles as model for new nanotechnology-based mechanisms, processes, devices and/or systems 62 10 16% 10 4 40%
NMP-2009-1.2-1 Small Nanotechnology for harvesting energy via photovoltaic technologies 70 12 17% 12 5 42%
NMP-2009-1.2-2 Small Molecular factory: manufacturing objects with predictable and controllable properties 42 7 17% 7 3 43%
NMP-2009-2.1-1 Small Nano-structured materials based on graphene 30 7 23% 7 2 29%
NMP-2009-2.2-1 Large Oxide materials for electronics applications 16 4 25% 4 2 50%
NMP-2009-2.3-1 Small Biomimetic gels and polymers for tissue repair 49 10 20% 10 3 30%
NMP-2009-2.4-1 SME New biomass-based composite materials and their processing 33 6 18% 6 2 33%
NMP-2009-2.5-1 Large Light high-performance composites 58 8 14% 8 4 50%
NMP-2009-2.6-1 Small Novel membranes for water technologies (SICA) 37 6 16% 6 3 50%
NMP-2009-3.2-1 Large nnovative pathways for sustainable chemical production 11 5 45% 5 3 60%
NMP-2009-3.2-2 Small Adaptive control systems for responsive factories 64 12 19% 12 4 33%
NMP-2009-3.4-1 Large Automation and robotics for sustainable crop and forestry management 19 5 26% 5 2 40%
NMP-2009-3.4-2 SME Holistic and integrated approach to high performance, reliable and adaptive machine tool design and production 24 4 17% 3 2 67%
NMP-2009-4.0-3 Large Development of nanotechnology-based systems for molecular diagnostics and imaging 28 7 25% 3 6 50%
NMP-2009-4.0-4 Large Reducing the environmental footprint of energy intensive industries 18 4 22% 4 2 50%
NMP-2009-4.0-5 SME Innovative and knowledge-based tooling industry 47 8 17% 8 4 50%
Total 608 115 19% 113 48 42%

More information on the Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) can be found here