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1 UniBO: Research & Innovation Agro-food sector & Green and Bio-based Economy Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna July 2013

2 UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA

3 a large team of research advisors and officers; a centralized (but on demand) tool of services, ranging from lobbying to management an open door among Unibo and research / industrial partners, stakeholders and funding agencies unibo Research and Technology Transfer Area Central office providing services for enhancing research activities: –Funding opportunities for research –Organisation of research resources –Knowledge protection and exploitation –Evaluation of research activities + Internal and external communication, IT, Legal office

4 A critical mass of scientists working on common objectives over 600 researchers involved in the network An interdisciplinary and complementary approach A strategic and integrated vision to promote scientific excellence The expertises of the University of Bologna in the agro-food area A UNIQUE POINT OF ACCESS TO MULTI-DISCIPLINARY COMPETENCES IN THE AGRO-FOOD FIELD Alma Food IRT Integrated Research Team

5 7° FP: Cooperation - KBBE Submitted projects (Call 1- 2 A & B- 3 – ) 182 EC funded KBBE projects to UniBo: Funded projects (Call ) 50 Success rate (Average of the 7 calls) 28,47% 7FP- Cooperation – KBBE

6 Towards Horizon 2020

7 From FP7 to Horizon PQ: Research & Development – IDEAS PEOPLE COOPERATION CAPACITIES – 2020 HORIZON 2020: Research & Innovation 7FP + CIP + EIT (KICs) FROM THE IDEA TO MARKET! KEY WORD!

8 From FP7 to Horizon 2020 Focus on SMEs: unique information point dedicated to SMEs 20% fundings on IL&SC to SMEs Semplification of rules (facilitatiing SMEsaccess to programs) Dedicated program: Innovation for SMEs New Financing tools (debt and equity facility) Simplification: FP+EIT+CIP Unique information point/platform Unique rules for participation, evaluation, etc. Simplification rules for proposal and project management Focus on: Internazionalitation Coordination of actions/programs/intiatives at EU and National level Public-public and public-private partnerships (committment & extra fund) Horizontal actions among Horizon 2020 pillars and sinergies among EU funding initiatives

9 Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (Biotechnology,…) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs Tackling Societal Challenges - Health, demographic change and wellbeing - Food sec., sust. agri., mar. res. & bioeconomy - Secure, clean and efficient energy - Smart, green and integrated transport - Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency and climate action - Inclusive, innovative and secure societies Excellence in the Science Base Frontier research (ERC) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) Research infrastructures EIT will contribute to addressing these challenges Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation EIP JPI KIC ETP PPP KET

10 Societal Challenges: FOOD SECURITY, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, MARINE AND MARITIME RESEARCH AND THE BIO-ECONOMY Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry Increasing production efficiency and coping with climate change, while ensuring sustainability and resilience Providing ecosystem services and public goods Empowerment of rural areas, support to policies and rural innovation Sustainable and competitive agri-food sector for a safe and healthy diet Informed consumer choices Healthy and safe foods and diets for all A sustainable and competitive agri- food industry

11 Societal Challenges: FOOD SECURITY, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, MARINE AND MARITIME RESEARCH AND THE BIO-ECONOMY Unlocking the Potential of Aquatic Living Resources Developing sustainable and environmentally-friendly fisheries Developing competitive European aquaculture Boosting marine innovation through biotechnology Sustainable and Competitive Bio-based Industries Fostering the bio-economy for bio-based industries Developing integrated biorefineries Supporting market development for bio-based products and processes

12 INITIATIVES EIP SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE SPIRE PPP BRIDGE PPP KET BIOTECH JPI FACCE - Agriculture, food security and climate change JPI HDHL - A healthy diet for a healthy life ALMAFOOD ETP/NTP FOOD4LIFE CIRI AGRO-FOOD FOODBEST for a KIC Food CLUSTER AGRO-FOOD FOOD: UNIBO INITIATIVES

13 TEMA 1: CLIMATE JPI CLIMATE KIC CLIMATE ECRA (EU Climate Research Alliance) SOCIETAL CHALLENGE CLIMATE n. 5 (Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials) TEMA 2: Water CHALLENGESEIP WATER CHALLENGES ETP Water Supply& Sanitation Technology Platform JPI WATER CHALLENGES TEMA 3: Healthy OCEAN/SEAJPI WATER CHALLENGES AND SEAS TEMA 4: ENERGYEERA (EU Research ENERGY ALLIANCE) SOCIETAL CHALLENGE ENERGY n. 3 (Secure, clean and efficient energy) TEMA 5: SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY (GREEN &BIOTECH)CLUSTER CHIMICA VERDE PPP BRIDGE SOCIETAL CHALLENGE n. 2 BioEconomy (parte EXTRAFOOD) KET BIOTECH ETP/ NTP SUSCHEM (Italy) TEMA 6: RAW MATERIALSEIP RAW MATERIALS KIC RAW MATERIALS PPP SPIRE GREEN & BIOECONOMY: UNIBO INITIATIVES

14 Piattaforme tecnologiche

15 KEY THRUST 1 MIGLIORARE LA SALUTE IL BENESSERE E LA LONGEVITA KEY THRUST 3 FAVORIRE UNA PRODUZIONE ALIMENTARE SOSTENIBILE E COMPETITIVA KEY THRUST 2 RAFFORZARE LA FIDUCIA DEL CONSUMATORE VERSO LA FILIERA ALIMENTARE COMUNICAZIONE FORMAZIONE TRASFERIMENTO TECNOLOGICO CREAZIONE DIMPRESA COORDINATORE: TECNOALIMENTI CORE GROUP: AGRICONSULTING, AITA, ENEA, EURIS, FEDERALIMENTARE, NEXEN ENGINEERING, SAPLO PERONI, TECNOALIMENTI, U. NAPOLI FEDERICO II COORDINATORI: INRAN - U.ROMA1 GRANAROLO UNILEVER LEADER GRUPPI DEI LAVORO: BARILLA CON.BIO ERIDANIA SADAM GRANAROLO FATT. PETRINI GENTILINI U.DEL SANNIO U.ROMA1 COORDINATORI: E LEADER DEI GRUPPI DI LAVORO: ENEA INALCA CREMONINI SAPLO PERONI COORDINATORI E LEADER DEI GRUPPI DEI LAVORO: UNIBO BARILLA FERRERO

16 KIC – Knowledge and innovation communities

17 IR/UK Region DK/SE Region IT Region FR/ES Region BE/NL Region DE/AT/CH Region Sono allo studio modelli per estendere (nel limite di 6 CLC per ora indicati dallEIT ) la partecipazione di altri Stati Europei o istituzioni di eccellenza, per assicurare il maggior coinvolgimento e impatto possibile a livello EU. University of Bologna (IT) Wageningen (NL) INRA (FR) Institute of Food Research (UK) Technische Universitat Munich (DE), Technical University of Denmark (DK)

18 The Food Chain

19 Amadori Barilla Caviro Coop Italia Electrolux Granarolo ICA Orogel UNIBO UniCredit Bauli Bolton Camst Carpigiani D.A.R.E. District Eridania Federalimentare Ferrero Inalca MEEsrl Unioncamere Whirlpool Parco Tecnologico Padano ARCHA Laboratories srl Level 1Level 2 CNR-ISPA UNIPR UNIMI San Michele AllAdige ENEA INRAN Italian Region: partnership Composition Poultry-based products Pasta & bakery Wine & alchool Retailers Domestic and professional appliance Dairy products Packaging Frozen and ready-to-eat foods Bank institution University Confectionery Fish and seafood; canned meat Catering services Ice cream machines and equipment Industry and University cluster Sugar National Food Industry Association Snack Fresh meat Supplements Industry Association Domestic and professional appliance Industry and University cluster Microbiological analysis Research Center University OVERVIEW: 30 partners 18 companies 1 Bank institution 2 cluster 2 Industry Associations 7 Universities/Research Centers

20 VENTURE CAPITAL Italian Region: partnership Geographical distribution

21 RICERCA FORMAZIONE INNOVAZIONE PROGETTI INTERNAZIONALI: 71 Milioni di Euro ad oggi, di cui FP7: più di 217 progetti finanziati, circa 68 M 50 Food vinti per oltre 13M di euro 12 Corsi di alta formazione & 2 Scuole di specializzazione 7 Centri Interdipartimentali di Ricerca Industriale CIRI Agroalimentare Istituti di Ricerca, Università Policy makers, Istituzioni pubbliche, Industria ALMAFOOD IRT Risposta alla domanda di ricerca Strumenti di supporto per policy makers Vision documents Promozione di collaborazioni pubblico-private KIC FOODBEST CONSORTIUM PARTENARIATI con industrie di settore, associazioni di categoria e cluster industria-ricerca

22 KIC - Knowledge and Innovation Community EU focus: Occupazione! Aziende (Grandi e PMI) Università Istituti di Ricerca e Formazione Autorità e Istituzioni Pubbliche Servizi Finanziari Etc. LEuropean Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT) è come una Università Europea strutturata in KICs (Knowledge and Innovation Community) simili ai Dipartimenti Ogni KIC è una rete in cui ciascun nodo della rete è a sua volta una rete, tipicamente un cluster nazionale Ogni KIC prevede 4-6 nodi. La sede principale di ciascun nodo/cluster è chiamato co-location centre (CLC). Durata di una KIC: da 7 a 15 anni Le KICs dovranno contare su una varietà di fonti di finanziamento, tali da assicurare solide basi finanziarie: nazionali/regionali, Comunitari (non EIT), privati, risorse dei partecipanti

23 KIC brings to integration of theKnowledge Triangle BENEFITS for EU: Industrial innovation Creation of new jobs and increase of employment Research excellence Increased business opportunities Mobility and trans-nationality Global scale scenario Excellence-driven partnerships, which bring together The Triangle of Knowledge: EDUCATION, INNOVATION and RESEARCH in order to create new innovations generating real impact in terms of new business creation and societal benefit. KICs draw on a variety of sources in order to ensure a sound financial base. Partners Other Funding (EU programmes, Private funds) National / Regional funding EIT

24 Lo strumento EIP

25 European Innovation Partnerships are a new way of bringing together public and private actors at EU, national and regional level to tackle the big societal challenges whilst creating new business opportunities for EU industry. AIM: To remove bottlenecks stopping good ideas from beng translated into innovative product and services European Innovation Partnerships (EIP) Pilot: Active and Healthy Ageing Other EIPs: –Smart Cities and communities –Water –Raw materials –Agricultural productivity and sustainability SIP – Strategic Implementation Plan Working by Action Groups Participation as individuals No EIP funds or reimbursement STRATEGIC EU Politics EU Legislation EU research priorities

26 EIP area Agro-Food, Bioeconomy, Energy and Environment Unit EIP RAW MATERIALS DG Enterprise & INDUSTRY : materials/innovation-partnership/index_en.htm. materials/innovation-partnership/index_en.htm EIP WATER: DG ENVIRONMENT EIP Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability DG Agriculture & Rural Development-

27 EIP - Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability

28 Aims: at providing a working interface between agriculture, bio-economy, science and others at EU, national and regional level. It will also serve as a catalyst to enhance the effectiveness of innovation-related actions supported by Rural Development Policy as well as the Union Research and Innovation. Two headline targets have been identified for this EIP: promoting productivity and efficiency of the agricultural sector (reversing the recent trend of diminishing productivity gains by 2020); the sustainability of agriculture (securing soil functionality at a satisfactory level by 2020). Launched by European Commission on 29 February 2012 EIP - AGRI

29 Launched calls for tender (15 th October 2012 deadline) for the Establishing of a network facility for the implementation of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP). Partecipazione UNIBO: tramite una offerta da parte di Agriconsulting Europe spa Non partner, ma lista di esperti di cui i partner del network si avvalgono lista integrabile in futuro EIP - AGRI POLICY AREAS: Market measures Rural Development Agricolture and environment Bioenergy Climate change Organic Farming Quality Policy Biotechnology

30 EIP - WATER

31 European Innovation Partnership for a Water-efficiency The EIP on Water was proposed by the European Commission on the 10th of May 2012

32 Scopo e obiettivi della EIP entro il 2020 Obiettivi Tutti i Piani di Gestione dei Bacini Idrografici implementati entro il 2015 Riduzione delle perdite di acqua a livelli sostenibili attraverso luso di tecnologie innovative Diminuzione del prelivo di acqua al 20% dellacqua rinnovabile disponibile.

33 GRUPPI DI LAVORO 3 gruppi di lavoro tematici Gestione delle acque nelle aree Urbane Gestione delle acque nelle aree Rurali Gestione delle acque nelle aree Industriali Temi trasversali: Da sviluppare per tematiche di pertinenza di più WP Prima Call for Expression of Commitment for Action Groups della EIP Water: scadenza 4 Aprile 2013

34 Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (Biotechnology,…) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs Tackling Societal Challenges - Health, demographic change and wellbeing - Food sec., sust. agri., mar. res. & bioeconomy - Secure, clean and efficient energy - Smart, green and integrated transport - Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency and climate action - Inclusive, innovative and secure societies Excellence in the Science Base Frontier research (ERC) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) Research infrastructures EIT will contribute to addressing these challenges Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation EIP JPI KIC ETP PPP KET

35 Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (Biotechnology,…) Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs Tackling Societal Challenges - Health, demographic change and wellbeing - Food sec., sust. agri., mar. res. & bioeconomy - Secure, clean and efficient energy - Smart, green and integrated transport - Supply of raw materials, resource efficiency and climate action - Inclusive, innovative and secure societies Excellence in the Science Base Frontier research (ERC) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) Research infrastructures EIT will contribute to addressing these challenges Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation EIP JPI KIC ETP PPP KET Innovative and competitive platform technologies Development of platform technologies (e.g. genomics, meta-genomics, proteomics, molecular tools) to enhance leadership and competitive advantage in a wide number of economic sectors

36 Horizon 2020 Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Technologies A common approach to enabling and industrial technologies: ICT Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing Biotechnology Space Innovation: Emphasis on R&D, large-scale pilots and demonstrators, prototyping and product validation Strong focus on leveraging private sector investment Important role of PPPs to implement KET related activities (es. BRIDGE)

37 Biotechnology and EUs industrial leadership Europe is the world leading producer of enzymes (75%) Europe is heading the implementation of Industrial Biotechnology (IB) for fine chemicals Biotechnology (IB) forfine chemicals Nearly 70% of the IB's R&D expenditure by leading companies worldwide spent by European firms The potential contribution of IB to Gross Value Added to date is in the billion range globally; it is estimated to total to 300 billion by 2030.

38 Biotechnology KET Boosting cutting-edge biotechnologies as a future innovation driver: Development of emerging tools such as synthetic biology, bioinformatics, systems biology and exploiting the convergence with other enabling technologies Biotechnology-based industrial processes Industrial biotechnology for competitive Industrial biotechnology for competitive industrial products and processesm and its environmental dimension. It includes R&I on enzymatic and metabolic pathways, bio- processes design, advanced fermentation, up- and down-stream processing, gaining insight on the dynamics of microbial communities. Innovative and competitive platform technologies Development of platform technologies (e.g. genomics, meta-genomics, proteomics, molecular tools) to enhance leadership and competitive advantage in a wide number of economic sectors

39 PPP – Public-Private parternships

40 BRIDGE PPP BRIDGE stands for Biobased and Renewable Industries for Development and Growth in Europe. It is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) on Bio-based Industries (BBI) being established in cooperation between the European Commission and the Biobased Industries Consortium (BIC). About 50 European large and small companies, clusters and organisations across technology, industry, agriculture and forestry.

41 BRIDGE PPP Biobased Industries will optimize land use and food security through a sustainable, resource- efficient and largely waste-free utilisation of Europes renewable raw materials for industrial processing into a wide array of biobased products

42 Cluster Tecnologico Nazionale CL.USTER A.GRIFOOD N.AZIONALE CL.A.N. Dipartimento per l'università, l'alta formazione artistica, musicale e coreutica e per la ricerca Direzione Generale per il Coordinamento e lo Sviluppo della Ricerca Decreto Direttoriale 30 maggio 2012 n. 257 Avviso per lo sviluppo e il potenziamento di Cluster tecnologici nazionali

43 Il SETTORE AGROALIMENTARE ITALIANO rappresenta una vera ECCELLENZA che primeggia sul piano della QUALITÀ, della SICUREZZA ALIMENTARE, dellINNOVAZIONE TECNOLOGICA davanguardia, della SOSTENIBILITÀ, della BIODIVERSITA e del RISPETTO DELLA TRADIZIONE.

44 CL.USTER A.GRIFOOD N.AZIONALE - CL.A.N. promosso da Rappresenta la coerente evoluzione di un importante percorso condiviso tra i principali attori nazionali nellintera filiera agroalimentare, della ricerca scientifica ed industriale, delle attività produttive, e delle istituzioni territoriali delle aree vocate

45 4 PROGETTI SELEZIONATI PROS.IT - Area 1 Nutrizione e salute PROmozione della Salute del consumatore: valorizzazione nutrizionale dei prodotti agroalimentari della tradizione italiana SAFE&SMART - Area 2 Food safety Nuove tecnologie abilitanti per la food safety e lintegrità delle filiere agro-alimentari in uno scenario globale TIPA - Area 3 Produzione (non ammessa al finanziamento) Tecnologie innovative per le produzioni alimentari SO.FI.A - Area 4 Sostenibilità Sostenibilità della filiera agroalimentare italiana

46 COMMITTMENT ECONOMICO DEI 4 PROGETTI SELEZIONATI n° 78 Piccole e Medie Imprese n° 31 Grandi Imprese ~ 60 Milioni di Committment Economico complessivo Ripartizione economica delle imprese : Nutrizione18.9 M Food safety12.2 M Produzione16.3 M Sostenibilità12.3 M

47 PARTNERSHIP DEI 4 PROGETTI PROPOSTI Sotto il coordinamento vigile di Federalimentare – Confindustria ed Aster – Emilia Romagna n° 57 Imprese (Grandi e PMI) del settore agroalimentare n° 9 Università, Enti di ricerca e organismi ricerca n° 2 Parchi scientifici e tecnologici n° 3 Distretti Tecnologici

48 Sotto il coordinamento vigile di Federalimentare – Confindustria ed Aster – Emilia Romagna n° 45 Imprese (Grandi e PMI) del settore agroalimentare (7 in RER) n° 6 Università, Enti di ricerca e organismi ricerca (1 in RER) n° 2 Parchi scientifici e tecnologici n° 1 Distretto Tecnologico PARTNERSHIP DEI 3 PROGETTI AMMESSI AL FINANZIAMENTO

49 Lo strumento JPI

50 Suitable Joint Programming areas are identified by a High Level Group on Joint Programming bottom-up approach and high-level commitment from Member States, coordinating national programmes. For each initiative, participating countries will start with: –Voluntary participation of MS –JPI Governance –Developing a shared vision for the area; –Defining a Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) and SMART objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-Bound); –Implementation of the SRA, assessing expected impacts and defining the best mix of instruments to be used. –EU funding to manage the JPI: no funds for research RESEARCH FUNDED BY MS (in relation to their commitment, funds, rules and selection). –Lunching calls: PILOT ACTIONS Joint Programming Initiatives (JPI) Public-Public Partnerships

51 Neurodegenerative Diseases/Alzheimers Agriculture, food security and climate change A healthy diet for a healthy life Cultural heritage & global change Urban Europe CliK'EU More years, better lives Antimicrobial resistance Water challenges Healthy & productive seas and oceans

52 JPI Food, Agriculture, Climate Change and Environment (FACCE)

53 Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Ireland Israel Italy The Netherlands Norway Poland Romania Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey UK EC + SCAR (observers ) MEMBRI

54 DUE OBIETTIVI 1.Raggiungere la Food Security nel mondo 2.Prevenire cambiamenti climatici dannosi Nuova e considerevole enfasi è necessaria per ottenere uno sviluppo globale sostenibile.

55 2010: Costituzione della JPI e dei Governing bodies Website on line: 2011: Finanziamento della JPI tramite una CSA (per le attività di redazione della Research Agenda, mappatura, implementazione delle attività, comunicazione e coordinamento, ecc.) Pilot action lanciate in Luglio 2011: 17 Nazioni hanno partecipato, oltre 70 gruppi di ricerca selezionati per la valutazione dalle autorità nazionali (IT: MIPAAF). Lancio del Knowledge Hub: Marzo : JPI Stakeholders public consultation ATTIVITA

56 FACCE-JPI joint actions Year 1 (2011):Pilot action – 15 M Year 2 (2012):International call on mitigation – 12 M Year 3 (2013) ERA-NET Plus – 16M (12M from JPI MS + 4 M from EC)

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58 JPI WATER

59 ITALY: Ministry of Environment

60 Aims The economic challenge: The European water sector is of prime economic importance, as it offers jobs for thousands of citizens across Europe. Investments in water technology around the world increase every year, in a market which has become very competitive. The ecological challenge: Preservation and protection of waters is a crucial asset for sustainable development. It is essential to enhance the absorbing and self-purification capacity of the landscape and water ecosystems to reduce the transfer and storage of pollutants and maintain biodiversity and ecosystem services. The societal challenge: Water is a natural resource necessary for societal well-being. Water fulfils a multitude of services and functions for a sustainable livelihood. Water re-use and nutrient recovery from municipal, industrial and agricultural waste water offer economic advantages and societal gains. The technological challenge: Specific innovations in monitoring technologies and developments in information systems and methodologies are required to address the complexity of water systems and water issues. Many capital-intensive water infrastructures require research to improve design and maintenance, maximize societal benefit and moderate costs.

61 jpi/index.php/csa-wateur January 2012 – Call Coordination and Support Action WATEUR proposal which has started on the 1st January This CSA will sustain the overall coordination and capacity-building process for the Water JPI with the initial aim of shortening the time required to reach the implementation phase and then allow the adoption of effective and efficient methods of collaboration among the partners in water research. This action will help establish effective JPI governance structures and develop a sharply focused and realistic research agenda based on the mapping and analysis of the state of the art in the specific field both at European and international level.

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63 Research and Technology Transfer Division European Research & Innovation Office Agro-Food, Bioeconomy, Energy and Environment Unit Food Coordination - Almafood Integrated Research Team: Green and Bioeconomy Coordination: Contacts


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