Thesis Paper for FP9 published in Austria

12. Okt 2016


On 10 October 2016 the Austrian FP9 Think Tank presented its Theses Paper to Austrian stakeholders in a large event in Vienna. The paper, focusing on 10 theses, has been published on 4 October.

The paper shall provide input for the discussion on the upcoming FP in Austria as well as on European level and across Europe at an early stage.

The bottom line of the paper is for the next FP to put the focus on achieving impact. To this end the Think Tank proposes to develop a common Research, Technology and Innovation Policy for Europe, to concentrate on a limited number of priority areas for the FP and to foster strategic intelligence and strategic programme management. An enhanced mission orientation for the societal challenges part and a focus on transformative innovation for the competitiveness part is also proposed. Furthermore the continuation of the ERC and the MSCA, a more strategic approach for the collaboration with 3rd countries and a better use of ESIF for RTI are addressed.

The Panel included the following Austrian experts:

Martin Baumgartner
Josef Glößl
Sabine Herlitschka
Manfred Horvat
Andrea Höglinger
Katja Lamprecht (Support)
André Martinuzzi
Helga Nowotny
Georg Panholzer
Wolfgang Polt
Martin Schmid (Rapporteur)
Klaus Schuch
Michael Stampfer
Brigitte Weiß
Matthias Weber



Tags: Horizon Europe

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