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					   The worksheet: Summary Status Surveys – provide you with an update on clarifications/submission
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fications/submission
a from submitted surveys (including clarifications when received) organised by Rows
from submitted surveys (including clarifications when received) organised by Columns (this may be a more useful way to present the dat
ore useful way to present the data when carrying out the analyses).
             Research Funding Organisation Research Funding Organisation
Survey No.
             Name                          Country



             Danish Council for Strategic
1                                             Denmark
             Research



2            The Academy of Finland           Finland


             Mets?ntutkimuslaitos, Metla,
3            Finnish Forest Research          Finland
             Institute


4            Academy of Finland (AKA)         Finland



             TEKES- Finnish Funding Agency
5                                          Finland
             for Technology and Innovation


             VTT Technical Research Centre
6                                          Finland
             of Finland


             Ministry of Agriculture and
7                                             Finland
             Forestry


             ONEMA (The French National
8            Agency on Water and Aquatic      France
             Environments)

             IRCSET: Irish Research Council
9            for Science, Engineering and     Ireland
             Technology

             IRCSET: Irish Research Council
10           for Science, Engineering and     Ireland
             Technology


11           Enterprise Ireland               Ireland
     Department of Agriculture,
12                                       Ireland
     Fisheries and Food


     Teagasc - the Agriculture and
13                                       Ireland
     Food Development Authority



14   Science Foundation Ireland          Ireland


     IRCSET: Irish Research Council
15   for Science, Engineering and        Ireland
     Technology
     Geological Survey of Ireland
     (GSI), Department of
16                                       Ireland
     Communications, Energy and
     Natural Resources (DCENR)

     Environmental Protection
17                                       Ireland
     Agency (EPA)



18   Marine Institute                    Ireland


     Ministero dell'Istruzione,
     Universit? e Ricerca - MIUR -
19                                       Italy
     Ministry of Education,
     University and Research
     Ministero dell'Istruzione,
     dell'Universit? e della Ricerca -
20                                       Italy
     MIUR - Ministry of Education,
     Higher Education and Research
     Istituto Superiore per la
     Protezione e la Ricerca
21                                       Italy
     Ambientale, ISPRA, Institute for
     Environmental Protection and
     Research
     NL Agency, department of
22   Ministry of Economic Affairs,       Netherlands
     Agriculture and Innovation
     Nederlandse Organisatie voor
     Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek
23                                       Netherlands
     (NWO) / Netherlands
     Organisation for Scientific
     Research
     Norwegian Water Resources
24                                    Norway
     and Energy Directorate (NVE)


     The Research Council of
25                                    Norway
     Norway (RCN)


     Ministry of Science and Higher
26                                    Poland
     Education


     Ministerio de Ciencia e
27   Innovaci?n (MICINN), Ministry    Spain
     of Science and Innovation

     The Scientific and Technological
28   Research Council of Turkey-      Turkey
     TUBITAK

     The Scientific and Technological
29   Research Council of Turkey-      Turkey
     TUBITAK

     The Scientific and Technological
30   Research Council of Turkey-      Turkey
     TUBITAK


     Dept Env Food & Rural Affairs
31                                    United Kingdom
     (Defra)


     Miljøministeriet - Danish
32                                    Denmark
     MInistry for Environment


     Käymäläseura Huussi ry. (KSH),
33   Global Dry Toilet Association of Finland
     Finland (GDTA)

     Waterbouwkundig
34   Laboratorium (WL), Flanders      Belgium
     Hydraulics Research



     Foundation for Science and
35                                    Portugal
     technology
          Finnish Environment Institute
36                                          Finland
          SYKE


          Foundation Faculty of Sciences -
                                           Portugal
          University of Lisbon - Portugal



37        The Office of Public Works        Ireland



          Belgian Federal Science Policy
38                                          Belgium
          Office


          Swiss National Science
39                                          Switzerland
          Foundation SNSF


          Tekes - the Funding Agency for
deleted                                  Finland
          Technology and Innovation


          VKKI, Central Directorate for
deleted                                     Hungary
          Water and Environment

          Ministero dell?Ambiente, della
          Tutela del Territorio e del Mare -
deleted                                      Italy
          Ministry of Environment,
          Territory and Sea Protection
          Environmental protection and
          technology R&D programm
40                                           Estonia
          (KESTA) - Archimedes
          Foundation

          Health R&D programm (TerVE) -
41                                      Estonia
          Archimedes Foundation


          Ministerio de Ciencia e
42        Innovación (MICINN), Ministry     Spain
          of Science and Innovation


          Ministerio de Ciencia e
43                                          Spain
          Innovación (MICINN)
                                   Link to individual Excel
                                   Surveys (reflecting
Name of Research Programme
                                   clarifications where
                                   received)

                            http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
The Programme Commission on
                            es/347278/96010/Survey_D
Sustainable Energy and
                            anish Council for Strategic
Environment
                            Research_Denmark/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Sustainable governance and
                                   es/347278/96016/Survey_A
utilization of aquatic resources
                                   cademy of Finland_Finland/
Mets?talouden
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
vesist?kuormituksen
                                   es/347278/96008/Survey_M
ennustaminen ja torjunta;
                                   ETLA_Finland/
laskentaty?kalujen kehitt?minen,
MYV, Prediction and mitigation     http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Sustainable Management of          es/347278/95990/Survey_A
Aquatic Resources (AKVA)           cademy of
                                   Finland_AKA_Finland/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
                                   es/347278/96018/Survey_TE
Water Programme
                                   KES_Water
                                   Programme_Finland/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Green Solutions for Water and
                                   es/347278/96012/Survey_V
Waste
                                   TT_Finland/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Water Friendly Agriculture         es/347278/95986/Survey_M
(Vesistöystävällinen maatalous)    inistry of Agriculture and
                                   Forestry_Finland/
Research on continental and
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
littoral waters and related
                                   es/347278/96022/Survey_O
environments. Research funded
                                   NEMA_France/
by Onema is not carried out
through ?traditional? research     http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
                                   es/347278/96024/Survey_IR
Embark Initiative
                                   CSET_Embark
                                   Initiative_Ireland/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Empower                            es/347278/96026/Survey_IR
                                   CSET_Empower_Ireland/

Commercialisation fund - Proof     http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
of Concept & Technology            es/347278/95994/Survey_EI
Development                        _Ireland/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Research Stimulus Fund (RSF)       es/347278/95984/Survey_D
                                   AFF_Ireland/
Environment, Soil and Land Use
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Research Department AND:
                                   es/347278/95982/Survey_T
Working Group on Water
                                   eagasc_Ireland/
Framework Directive
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Research Frontiers Programme       es/347278/95980/Survey_SF
                                   I_Ireland/
INSPIRE: IRCSET-Marie Curie
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
International Mobility
                                   es/347278/95972/Survey_IR
Fellowships in Science
                                   CSET_INSPIRE_Ireland/
Engineering and Technology

                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Griffith Geoscience Research
                                   es/347278/95996/Survey_G
Award
                                   SI_Ireland/

Science, Technology, Research & http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Innovation for the Environment es/347278/96156/Survey -
(STRIVE)                        EPA - Ireland/

Marine Research Sub-Programm http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
(National Development Plan   es/347278/95976/Survey_M
2007-2013)                   I_Ireland/
Programma operativo nazionale
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
"Ricerca e Competitivit?" 2007-
                                   es/347278/96014/Survey_M
2013 per le Regioni della
                                   IUR_Italy/
Convergenza (Calabria,
Campania, Puglia, Sicilia) -
Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Nazionale - PRIN - Research        es/347278/96028/Survey_M
Projects of National Interest      IUR_PRIN_Italy/

Sistema Idro-Meteo-Mare,           http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
SIMM, Hydro-Meteo-Marine           es/347278/96030/Survey_IS
Forecasting System                 PRA_Italy/

                               http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Innovation programme for water
                               es/347278/96006/Survey_N
technology
                               L Agency_Netherlands/

                             http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
NWO-thema Water en Klimaat /
                             es/347278/95978/Survey_N
NWO-theme Water & Climate.
                             WO_Netherlands/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Environmental Flows
                                  es/347278/96032/Survey_N
(Milj?basert vannf?ring)
                                  VE_Norway/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Norwegian Environmental
                                  es/347278/95992/Survey_R
research towards 2015
                                  esearch Council of
(MILJO2015)
                                  Norway_Norway/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Ecology & Environmental           es/347278/95998/Survey_M
Protection                        inistry of Science and Higher
                                  Education_Poland/
Within the Plan Nacional de
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
I+D+i (PN) - Spanish National
                                  es/347278/96002/Survey_M
Plan for Research, Development
                                  ICINN_Spain/
and Innovation - water research
is mainly funded through the       http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Programme Title (1509 -
                                   es/347278/96000/Survey_T
International Industrial R&D
                                   UBITAK_1509 - International
Projects Grant Programme)
                                   Industrial RD Projects Grant
                                   Programme_Turk/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Public Sector Research and
                                   es/347278/96004/Survey_T
Development Projects Funding
                                   UBITAK_Public Sector
Programme
                                   Research and Development
The Support Programme for          Projects Funding
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Scientific and Technological       es/347278/96034/Survey_T
Research Projects (1001); Short- UBITAK_1001 - Support
Term R&D Funding Programme Programme for Scientific and
(1002); Bilateral and Multilateral Technological Researc/
                                   http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Water Availability & Water
                                   es/347278/95974/Survey_D
Quality
                                   EFRA_UK/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Danish Scheme for                 es/347278/96166/Survey -
Ecoinnovation                     Danish Scheme for
                                  Ecoinnovation - Denmark/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
DT-technology and recycling of    es/347278/96168/Survey -
nutrients                         DT-technology and recycling
                                  of nutrients - Finland/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
part of Vlaams Infrastructuur
                                  es/347278/96146/Survey -
Fonds (VIF, Flemish
                                  Flanders Hydraulics
Infrastructure Fund)
                                  Research/

                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Todos os Domínios Científicos     es/347278/96144/Survey -
(All Scientific Domains)          Foundation for Science and
                                  technology (Portugal)/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Research Programme on the
                                  es/347278/96171/Survey -
Baltic Sea, freshwaters and water
                                  Finnish Environment
resources
                                  Institute SYKE - Finland/
*Climate Change in Portugal -     http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Scenarios, Impacts and            es/347278/96205/Survey -
Adaptation Measures - Phase I     Foundation Faculty of
(SIAM I) *Climate Change in       Sciences - University of
Portugal - Scenarios, Impacts and Lisbon - Portugal/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
The Flood Studies Update
                                  es/347278/96233/Survey_O
Programme
                                  PW_Ireland/
                                 http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Research programme “Science
                                 es/347278/96291/Survey_T
for a Sustainable Development” -
                                 he Belgian Federal Science
SSD
                                 Policy Office_Belgium/
                                 http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
National Research Programme
                                 es/347278/96293/Survey_S
"Sustainable Water
                                 wiss National Science
Management" (NRP 61)
                                 Foundation
                                 SNSF_Switzerland/

Water Programme (2008-2012)


Climate Change and Impacts on
Water Supply, CC-WaterS
Research Programme
Programma per la Difesa del       http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Suolo e Tutela delle Risorse      es/347278/95988/Survey_
Idriche - Programme for the       Ministry of Environment
Protection of Soil and Water      Territory and Sea
Resources                         Protection_Italy/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Environmental protection and      es/347278/96303/Survey_K
technology R&D program            ESTA_Archimedes
                                  Foundation_Estonia/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
                                  es/347278/96305/Survey_T
Health R&D program
                                  erVE-Archimedes
                                  Foundation_Estonia/
Spanish National Plan for         http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
Research, Development and         es/347278/96341/Sirvey_MI
Innovation - water innovation     CINN_water innovation
activities                        activities_Spain/
                                  http://epa.smartsimple.ie/fil
CDTI (Centre for technological
                                  es/347278/96500/Survey
and Industrial Development)
                                  MICINN CDTI Spain/
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*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes


Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme

What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)




Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)




Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)




*Which types of projects can be funded?

Explanation if Other

*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other

*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water


If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme


Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes


Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme


What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation




If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?

Explanation

What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result

Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?

Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme




What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation

If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?

Explanation


Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?

*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )

Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)



*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )



Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)


*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )


Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )

Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)

Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros

( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)


*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)

( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )

Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)


Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes


( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)


Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros


( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research


*Name of Research Programme


Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water

If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme

Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level



Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?

Explanation


If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )

Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)

Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)

End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?

Explanation

Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?

Explanation


If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme

Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme


Website (Programme related)

Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?


Explanation


If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)

*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )

Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)


*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )


Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English

Postal Address

Research Programme related to Water Research


*Name of Research Programme


Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme

Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname

Postal Address

City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)

*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )

Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme

What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?

Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )




Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes

Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme

What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )




Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research

*Name of Research Programme

Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes


Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme


What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?

Explanation if Other

*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?


Explanation


If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?


Explanation


If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water


If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme


Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other

*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )

Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes




Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme




What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)


Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros


( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other


*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros


International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )

Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?

*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation

If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)


*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )


Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?

Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros

International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)


*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?

Explanation if Other



*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros


International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research

*Name of Research Programme

Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)

( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)

Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes

( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )




Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation

Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?

*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water

If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme

Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes


Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )


Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme



What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
  *Short description of the organisation (250 Words
                         Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
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*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
  *Short description of the organisation (250 Words
                         Max )
Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )
Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are theimportant drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Reseach
Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)
*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research

*Name of Research Programme

Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water

If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme

Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level



Previous relevant Programmes




Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
*Research Funding Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Postal Address
*City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words
Max )




Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )
*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
Postal Address
Research Programme related to Water Research
*Name of Research Programme
Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English
*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water
If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme
Website (Programme related)
Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)
End date (dd/mm/yyyy)
*State of progress
*Level
Previous relevant Programmes


Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme
What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?
Water Research Priorities
*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for
your Water RTD Programme?
*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?
Research Programme Manager
*Salutation
*First Name
*Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
*Country
Telephone (including international code)
*Email
Scientific Programme Manager
*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?
Salutation
First Name
Surname
Postal Address
City
County / Zip Code
Country
Telephone (including international code)
Email
Financial Information - Funded Projects
Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total number of fully or partly funded projects related
to the Water JPI themes
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)
Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)
Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)
*Which types of projects can be funded?
Explanation if Other
*Who can submit proposals?
Explanation if Other
*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros
International Cooperation
*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?
Explanation
If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation
Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?
*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?
Explanation
What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?
*Real Common Pot
The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget
*Virtual Common Pot
The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot),
in which countries and regions pay for their own
participants
and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding
*Mixed Mode
The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described
types of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?
Please enter your contact details
*Country
*Full Name of Contact Person
*Email of Contact Person
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Johnstown Castle Estate, PO Box 3000, Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Ireland
353 539160600
www.epa.ie
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is an independent public body set up under legislation (EPA
Act 1992) with the sponsorship of Department of Environment Heritage and Local Government. Its
mission is to promote and implement the highest practicable standards of environmental protection and
management that embrace the principles of sustainable and balanced development. The main
responsibilities of the EPA include: * monitoring and reporting on quality of environment; * license and
regulation of industries, waste disposal operations and large fuel storage installations;EPA *
implementation and enforcement of regulations on the use and release of GMOs; and * funding & co-
ordination of environmental research. Through their research programme (STRIVE), the EPA will provide
approximately €100m funding for environmental research and development to colleges, research
organisations and private companies over the period 2007-2013. Research is funded under themes
including environment and health, biodiversity, water quality, air quality, climate change, waste &
resources management, transport, land use & soils and environmental & socio-economics. Since 2001,
EPA-funded research on the aquatic environment has supported environmental policy with significant
The EPA has participated in a number of ERA-Net projects. These include: * SKEP (FP6), * ENVHEALTH ERA
net (FP7), * CIRCLE2 (FP7) and CIRCLE (FP6) * ECO-INNOVERAnet (FP7) The EPA is also involved in the JPI
Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe (CliK’EU)




No
DDepartment of the Environment, Heritage & Local Government (DEHLG)


Custom House Dublin 1 Ireland

Science, Technology, Research & Innovation for the Environment (STRIVE)



Yes
Climate Change Environment & Health Cleaner Production including Environmental Technologies Waste
Management, Chemicals and Resources Soils & Land Use Socio-Economic Sectoral Impacts on Biodiversity
Air Quality, Atmospheric Deposition & Noise
www.epa.ie/researchandeducation/research
1/1/2007
12/31/2013
Ongoing
National
ERTDI Programme 2000-2006. EPA Research Commitments of €55m. Thematic Areas covered similar to
those in STRIVE above.
Support for WFD implementation. Development of water quality monitoring sensors Development of
Guidance documentation Socio-Economics (incl. Costs of Inaction) Ecological Quality


Implementation of the Water Framework; Marine Framework; Groundwater Directives in Ireland



Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Brian
Donlon
EPA Regional Inspectorate
Inniscarra
Cork
Ireland
353 21 4860831
b.donlon@epa.ie


No
Dr.
Alice
Wemaere
Environmental Protection Agency McCumiskey House Clonskeagh Road, Richview
Dublin
Dublin 14
Ireland
353 1 268 0146
a.wemaere@epa.ie


318 (since start of Programme i.e. for the period 2007-2010)




57 (since start of Programme i.e. for the period 2007-2010)
14.08 million committed (since start of Programme i.e. for the period 2007-2010)



The different types of projects funded through the programme are shown below: Project-based Awards *
Capability Development: 48-60 months * Large-Scale: 36-48 months * Medium-Scale: 24-36 months *
Desk-Study: 6-12 months Researcher-based Awards * Masters scholarships: 24 months * Doctoral
scholarships: 36 months * Research Fellowships: 24 – 36 months Proposals received in response to a call
are evaluated by experts from within and outside Ireland and awards are made based on their
recommendations with regard to national environmental priorities and the need to maintain a balance of
support across research topics. A general description of relevant research areas and project types for each
call for proposals is outlined in the associated Technical Description document.

The different types of projects funded through the programme are shown below: Project-based Awards *
Capability Development: in excess of €1,000,000 * Large-Scale: up to €1,000,000 * Medium-Scale: up to
€350,000 * Desk-Study: up to €100,000 Researcher-based Awards * Masters scholarships: up to €40,000 *
Doctoral scholarships: up to €95,000 (Doctoral Scholarship budget includes provision for €5,000 toward
4th year fees if required) * Research Fellowships: up to €350,000 Proposals received in response to a call
are evaluated by experts from within and outside Ireland and awards are made based on their
recommendations with regard to national environmental priorities and the need to maintain a balance of
support across research topics. A general description of relevant research areas and project types for each
call for proposals is outlined in the associated Technical Description document.
Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects
Note on VAT: Our programme is generally based on funding research by grant award and so is not subject
to VAT. When funding is provided in the basis of a supplied service then VAT is payable (this is not often
used in our organisation in relation to research)
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
Funding Rates - Direct Costs: Third-level Institutions: 100% Other Public bodies: 75% Private Organisations
SME: 75% Non SME: 50%
c. 100,000,000 (For the FULL duration of the programme (i.e. 2007-2013))


Yes
Applicants from foreign organisation can apply to Call for Research Proposals
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
Same funding rates apply
Same selection procedures apply

Yes
Existing




Existing




Possible




Virtual Common Pot


Ireland
Alice Wemaere
a.wemaere@epa.ie


IRCSET: Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology
Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Ireland
353 1 231 5000
www.ircset.ie
The Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering & Technology forms a Board of senior academic and
industrial figures. IRCSET operates multi-million euro research funding initiatives which support talented
researchers in their early stage career formation across Masters, Doctoral and Postdoctoral levels in the
sciences, engineering and technology. The emphasis of our funding programmes is on exploratory
research aimed at yielding new concepts, findings and innovations within Ireland. Funding is made
available through a series of strictly competitive calls for applicants. Selection for funding is based on
merit and the decision processes are overseen by independent assessment panels. IRCSET’s initiatives are
funded by the National Development Plan of Ireland under the auspices of the Department of Education &
Science.
In addition to IRCSET’s role in the Science and Society programme of the European Commission’s
Framework Programmes, the Council is involved a number of activities at European level, including
European Research Area Networks (ERA-NETs) and the European Science Foundation. These activities
provide both funding and networking opportunities for Irish researchers and ensure that IRCSET has a
voice in the development of research policy across Europe.




No
Department of Education and Skills


Department of Education and Skills Head Office, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, Ireland


INSPIRE: IRCSET-Marie Curie International Mobility Fellowships in Science Engineering and Technology




Yes

Basic research and development in science, engineering and technology
www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=77
40057
41274
Ongoing
National




Research interests and existing knowledge base of applicant pool of experienced doctoral graduates



Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Jennifer
Brennan
IRCSET, Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Ireland
353 1 231500
fellowships@ircset.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




50 Number of projects for the full duration of the programme (three years)




3 Number of projects for the full duration of the programme (three years)




684000 Budget for full duration of the programme (three years)




33 months

205,000
Research projects

Other
Postdoctoral researchers
€10,185,000 approx. Budget for full duration of the programme (three years)


No
Although INSPIRE Fellows spend a minimum of 18 months in a research institution abroad, only the
Fellows themselves receive funding, not their host laboratories
No




Existing




Possible




Not Allowable




Ireland
Matthew Diskin
mdiskin@ircset.ie


Dept Env Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)
Ergon House, Horseferry Road,
London
SW1P 2AL
United Kingdom



Government Department

Various eranets mostly in conjunction with the Environment Agency of England & Wales
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Water Availability & Water Quality



No




Ongoing
National


Integrated catchment management Reforming water management Adapting & mitigating climate change


EU Directives most notably the Water Framework Directive UK Government Priorities



Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant


Mr.
Stuart
Kirk
Defra Water Availability & Quality Programme, Area 2B, Ergon House, Horseferry Road
London
SW1P 2AL
United Kingdom

stuart.kirk@defra.gsi.gov.uk


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
20




20




2,500,000




18 months

125,000
Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


2,500,000


Yes
But often contractually difficult
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


Defra terms and conditions

Yes
Often contractually difficult
Possible




Possible




Possible




Virtual common pot due to practical difficulties of the others


United Kingdom
Stuart Kirk
stuart.kirk@defra.gsi.gov.uk


Marine Institute
Renville Oranmore
Oranmore
Co. Galway
Ireland
353 91 387200
www.marine.ie
The Marine Institute is the national agency responsible for Marine Research, Technology Development
and Innovation (RTDI). We seek to assess and realise the economic potential of Ireland's marine resource;
promote the sustainable development of marine industry through strategic funding programmes and
essential scientific services; and safeguard our marine environment through research and environmental
monitoring. The Institute was set up under the 1991 Marine Institute Act with the following role: “to
undertake, to co-ordinate, to promote and to assist in marine research and development and to provide
such services related to research and development that, in the opinion of the Institute, will promote
economic development and create employment and protect the marine environment”.
Marine Institute are a partner on the SEAS-ERA (Era-Net) Project Inputting (via DAFF) into the Food &
Health JPI Inputting directly into Oceans JPI




No
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Clogheen, Clonakilty, Co. Cork. IRELAND

Marine Research Sub-Programm (National Development Plan 2007-2013)



Yes
Marine Food (Fisheries Resources, Aquaculture, Seaweed and Seafood Processing) Offshore Oil & Gas
Shipping & Maritime Transport Marine Biodiscovery/Biotechnology (Including Functional Food) Marine
Technology Renewable Ocean Energy Marine Environment Rapid Ocean Climate Change Marine
Knowledge & Information Management Marine Policy, Socio-Economic & Legal Research Research
Infrastructure
http://www.marine.ie/home/research/MIFunded/
1/1/2007
12/31/2013
Ongoing
National
Marine RTDI Measure (National Development Plan 2000-2006)
N.B. The above is based on the interpretation of the Water JPI as being related to the terrestrial and
freshwater elements of the water cycle. The programme funds some applicable elements: 1) Advanced
Marine Technologies (with freshwater applications) 2) Freshwater catchment management - in relation to
management of migratory fish species (salmon & eel) and their habitats.


Water Framework Directive Marine Strategy Framework Directive Habitats & Birds Directives



Not Applicable

Very Relevant

Not Applicable

Not Applicable


Mr.
Aengus
Parsons
Renville Oranmore
Oranmore
Co. Galway
Ireland
353 91 387200
aengus.parsons@marine.ie
Yes (if YES go to the next page)




80 since 01/01/2007




3 since 01/01/2007




2.5m since 01/01/2007




Demo projects 12-24 Months Research projects 3-7 years

PhD - €100k Post-Doc - €400-600k Research Project - €0.5-2m Demo project €100-200k
Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector

Total Commitment to date €53m since 01/01/2007
Annual Expenditure circa €7.5-9m.


Yes
Non-Irish organisations may partner with Irish research performers, but not lead a project.
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




No
Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Ireland
Aengus Parsons
aengus.parsons@marine.ie

Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO) / Netherlands Organisation for
Scientific Research
P.O. Box 93138
The Hague
2509 AC
Netherlands
+31 (0)70 344 06 40
www.nwo.nl

NWO, The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, has several core tasks: * NWO is the largest
financer of scientific innovation in the Netherlands and operates as an intermediary between researchers,
(international) science centres and society; * NWO finances, coordinates and monitors thousands of
research projects and numerous collaborations in all sciences, and mediates for the use of state of the art
facilities – such as telescopes and super computers; * NWO is the national partner with regard to
knowledge exchange and scientific collaboration within and outside Europe; * NWO promotes (the use of)
scientific breakthroughs by NWO subsidized research in the Dutch society and industry. NWO sets out to
secure the Netherlands' top ranking in science worldwide and to make sure that the current strong
position is further strengthened. NWO is also committed to ensure that the results of scientific research
quickly gain presence and exposure in society, either as new expertise or practical applications.

NWO is the secretary for the Netherlands for for several ERA-NET's.
(http://www.nwo.nl/nwohome.nsf/pages/NWOA_6KYH4N_Eng) NWO is also following all JPI's, and acting
as (NL-)secretary for a few of these.
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




NWO-thema Water en Klimaat / NWO-theme Water & Climate.



Yes

Climate Change.
Under development
2011
2014
Planned
National
NWO Theme Sustainable Earth Research


Policy. (Fundamental) research.



Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Mr.
Bernard
Westerop
NWO / ALW P.O. Box 93510
The Hague
2509 AM
Netherlands
-3440676
b.westerop@nwo.nl
Yes (if YES go to the next page)




5




5




Not yet known.




36-48.
Personnel costs per PhD-student or Postdoc ~keuro 200. Furthermore costs for research, however, within
certain limits.
Research projects
N/A.
Universities,Research Institutions
N/A.
Under discussion.


Yes
Cooperation as well as competition are important for stimulating excellence in research and for gaining
groundbreaking results. That is a major reason for NWO to encourage international cooperation.
Cooperative ventures allow top researchers and research groups worldwide to strive for innovation and
improvement. But there is another reason as well. High-quality research in many cases requires a critical
mass of top researchers, numbers of participants/patients, facilities and, last but not least, budget. That’s
why NWO aims for focus and mass in research. NWO’s activities in the field of international cooperation
are resulting in fruitful relations, concrete research programmes and projects, (access to) infrastructural
facilities, chances for mobility, and involvement of knowledge institutions and the business world.
Cooperation is worldwide, though at present most takes place in Europe.


Universities,Research Institutions
According to standard NWO policy.
According to standard NWO policy.

Yes

Selection of projects on scientific quality and innovative aspect. Peer review by international renowned
scientists is mandatory. Furthermore, the programme has to be approved by a scientific board at NWO.




Possible




Possible




Possible




All are possible, and the preference depends on the nature of the programme as well as the participating
countries which do have laws of their own which not always allow all the above options. However, being
the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, the Dutch scientific community should benefit from
any programme involved.

Netherlands
Bernard Westerop
b.westerop@nwo.nl
Science Foundation Ireland
Wilton Park House, Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland
Dublin
Dublin 2
Ireland
00353 01 607 3200
http://www.sfi.ie/
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) was established in 2000 as the national foundation for research in Ireland.
SFI invests in academic researchers and research teams who are most likely to generate new knowledge,
leading edge technologies and competitive enterprises in the fields of science and engineering
underpinning three areas: Biotechnology; Information & Communications Technology (ICT) and
Sustainable Energy & Energy Efficient Technologies (Energy). SFI’s mission is to build and strengthen
scientific and engineering research and its infrastructure in the areas of greatest strategic value to
Ireland's long-term competitiveness and development. SFI also advances co-operative efforts among
education, government and industry that support its fields of emphasis and promotes Ireland's reputation
for science and engineering research. SFI uses an international merit review process to choose far-
reaching, high-impact research for support in its target areas and to fund excellent scientists and
engineers.
FI on the Management Board of JPI on Neurodegeneration and A Healthy diet for a Healthy Life. SFI is NCP
for NanoSci-E+ ERANET and SIINN ERANET




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Research Frontiers Programme



Yes

All areas of science, engineering and mathematics
http://www.sfi.ie/funding/funding-calls/closed-calls/research-frontiers-programme/
RFP has an annual call. Current call closed 21 Sept - proposal currently under review

Ongoing
National
RFP has an annual call - first run in 2004.
n/a
Our key drivers are to generate new knowledge, leading edge technologies and competitive enterprises
through all our research activities.


Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Wendy
McLoone
Science Foundation Ireland, Wilton Park House, Wilton Place
Dublin
Dublin 2
Ireland
00353 (0)1 6073063
wendy.mcloone@sfi.ie


No
Dr.
Marion
Boland
Science Foundation Ireland, Wilton Park House, Wilton Place
Dublin
Dublin 2
Ireland
00353 (0)1 6073216
marion.boland@sfi.ie

383 PI Award since 2002, covering all areas of ICT, biotechnology & energy and 824 RFP projects since
2004 in all areas of science and engineering.



20 projects funded to date; 18 RFP since 2004 and 2 PI since 2002




€4.6m investment to date; €3.4m RFP since 2004 & €1.2m PI since 2002
Awards typically 36-48 months

RFP total avg. budget per project €192k; PI total avg. budget per project €624k
Research projects

Universities


~€573m in PI Programme since 2002; ~€156m in RFP Programme since 2004


No




No




Not Allowable




Existing




Not Allowable




Virtual Common Pot: Existing - US-Ireland R&D Partnership Programme http://www.sfi.ie/funding/funding-
calls/open-calls/us-ireland-rd-partnership-programme/

Ireland
Wendy McLoone
wendy.mcloone@sfi.ie
Teagasc - the Agriculture and Food Development Authority
Teagasc Oak Park
Carlow
Carlow
Ireland
3.53599E+12
www.teagasc.ie
Teagasc is the agriculture and food development authority in Ireland. Its mission is to support science-
based innovation in the agri-food sector and the broader bioeconomy that will underpin profitability,
competitiveness and sustainability. The principal functions of the organisation are: • “To provide, or
procure the provision of educational, training and advisory services in agriculture, including such
educational, training or advisory services in agriculture as may be specified by the Minister for the purpose
of giving effect to any directive, regulation or other act adopted by an institution of the European
Communities”. • “To obtain and make available to the agricultural industry the scientific and practical
information in relation to agriculture required by it”. • “To understand, promote, encourage, assist, co-
ordinate, facilitate and review agricultural research and development (including research and
development in relation to food processing and the food processing industry)”. Teagasc employs over
1,300 staff at over 80 locations throughout Ireland. Research services are provided by 150 research
scientists and 200 research technicians at nine dedicated centres. There are 400 advisors and regional
specialists located at regional, county and local offices. The eight colleges and local training/research
1. JPI on Agriculture, food security and climate change: Workpackage leader (WP5) 2. Project Leader, WP
Leader and Participant in FP7-projects 3. Participant in INTERREG and COST projects 4. Irish Representative
to European Soil Bureau Network (JRC)




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Teagasc Walsh Fellowship Scheme



Yes

Crops, Environment and Land Use Research; Grassland and Animal Research; Rural Economics and Development Research; Fo
http://www.teagasc.ie/research/postgrad/index.asp
ongoing
ongoing
Ongoing
National
1. Evaluation of Nitrates Action Plan: full scientific evaluation of effectiveness of measures in Nitrates
Action Plan and identification of “effectiveness-gaps”; 2. Hydrology / lag time: quantification of temporal
patterns of nutrient transfer to inform expectations of effectiveness of WFD implementation; 3. Spatial
Risk Assessment: spatial analysis of critical source areas of N and P to facilitate targeted implementation
(as opposed to blanket implementation) of supplementary measures where required; 4. Mitigation:
identification of cost-effective supplementary measures to reduce losses of P and N, for areas/scenarios
where the Catchments studies identify “effectiveness gaps”; 5. Sediment: development of cost-effective
measures to reduce sediment loss to water; 6. Pathogens: Capacity building: understanding main drivers,
risks and mitigation options for transfer of pathogens to water.

- Nitrates Directive and National Nitrates Action Plan - Water Framework Directive and River Basin District
Management Plans - Habitat Directive and National Biodiversity Plan


Not Applicable

Very Relevant

Relevant

Not Relevant


Dr.
Rogier
Schulte
Teagasc Johnstown Castle
Wexford
Wexford
Ireland
3.53539E+11
rogier.schulte@teagasc.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




130 currently ongoing
                                                                                                              7




€147,000




36 to 48

64,500 to 86,000
Research projects

Universities


€ 2.4 million per annum


Yes
Foreign Universities can apply to our Walsh Fellowship scheme:
http://www.teagasc.ie/research/postgrad/index.asp
Universities,Research Institutions
Foreign Universities can apply to our Walsh Fellowship scheme:
http://www.teagasc.ie/research/postgrad/index.asp
- Successful application by foreign university to Teagasc Walsh Fellowship Scheme. - Or: foreign university
/ research institute is partner or sub-contractor in collaborative, externally funded research project.

Yes




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Not Allowable




N/A


Ireland
Rogier Schulte
rogier.schulte@teagasc.ie


Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Agriculture House Kildare St
Dublin2

Ireland


Government Department- Administers three competitive research programmes, Food Instituitonal
Research Measure (FIRM), Research Stimulus Fund (RSF) and COFORD (Competitive Forest Research for
Development)
Leading Ireland's involvement in the Joint Programming Iniative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate
Change (FACCE). Also involved in "A healthy diet for a Healthy life" JPI and a number of ERA-Nets including
Wood Wisdom and Core Organic.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Research Stimulus Fund (RSF)



Yes

Climate change, Agri-Economy, Animal Biosciences, Plant Biosciences.
http://www.agriculture.gov.ie/research/researchstimulusfundrsf/
Stimulus has been ongoing since mid 90s, however it was not till 2005 that serious resources were
committed to it.
Ongoing
National




Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant


Mr.
Dale
Crammond




Ireland

dale.crammond@agriculture.gov.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




85 projects since 2005




15 projects since 2005
est. € 10m since 2005




665k
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions


€43.5m since 2005


Yes
Northern Ireland Research Institutes can be funded under Stimulus
Universities,Research Institutions




No




Possible




Existing




Possible




Well not applicable to our National Funding Programmes such as RSF. The model adopted in the ERA Nets
so far seems to be the virtual common pot.
Ireland
Dale Crammond
dale.crammond@agriculture.gov.ie


Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
PO BOX 30
HELSINKI
FI-00023
Finland

www.mmm.fi
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry steers the policy on sustainable use of natural resources.
Legislative work is carried out as part of the Finnish Government and the EU institutions and decision-
making. Renewable natural resources derive from the renewal capacity of the nature itself. Among other
things, they comprise all plants and animals. According to the principle of sustainable development,
renewable natural resources must be used so that their value is preserved for the future: meeting the
needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.




No
MTT Agrifood Research



MTT FI-31600 Jokioinen FINLAND tel. + 358 3 41 881, fax + 358 3 4188 2222 firstname.lastname@mtt.fi


Water Friendly Agriculture (Vesistöystävällinen maatalous)



No




1/1/2008
12/31/2012
Ongoing
National

Closure of nutrient cycles in agriculture
WFD, Agri-environment programme in Finland, Baltic Sea related commitments



A minor priority

A minor priority

A minor priority

An important priority


Prof.
Eila
Turtola
MTT Agrifood Research (same as early)


Finland

eila.turtola@mtt.fi


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




31




11



907500
Annual budget, €/year, year 2009 as example
36
105000
Annual average budget per project, €
Research projects

Water Friendly Agriculture is an internal research programme funded by MTT Agrifood Research Finland.
Only MTT employees can submit proposals.

3 248 000
Annual budget, €/year, year 2009 as example


Yes


Universities, research institutes


Funded research has to be in the interest of MTT Agrifood Research Finland

Yes




Possible




Possible




Possible




Finland
Eero Pehkonen
eero.pehkonen@mmm.fi
Academy of Finland (AKA)
POB 99 (Vilhonvuorenkatu 6) FI-00501 Helsinki Finland
Helsinki

Finland



The Academy of Finland is the prime funding agency for basic research in Finland. The Academy of
Finland’s mission is to finance high-quality scientific research, act as a science and science policy expert,
and strengthen the position of science and research. The Academy funds research annually with 314
million euros (year 2010), which accounts for 16 per cent of government R&D spending.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Sustainable Management of Aquatic Resources (AKVA)



No



www.aka.fi/akva
41275
42735
Planned
National

- Surface and groundwater and their ecosystems; change drivers and pressures - Surface and groundwater
and their ecosystems; impacts and measurement - Societal response potential

policy



Relevant
Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Paavo-Petri
Ahonen
Academy of Finland POB 99
Helsinki
FI-00501
Finland

paavo-petri.ahonen@aka.fi


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




30




6




2000000




48

300000
Research projects
Universities,Research Institutions


10000000


No




Yes




Possible




Existing




Possible




Finland
Paavo-Petri Ahonen
paavo-petri.ahonen@aka.fi


The Research Council of Norway (RCN)
P.O.Box 2700 St. Hanshaugen
Oslo
131
Norway
+47 22037000
www.forskningsradet.no/en/Home_page/1177315753906
The Research Council is Norway's official body for the development and implementation of national
research strategy. The Council is responsible for enhancing Norway's knowledge base and for promoting
basic and applied research and innovation in order to help meet research needs within society. The RCN
also works actively to encourage international research cooperation. Three central areas of focus: The
RCN serves as an advisory body on research policy issues, identifies research needs and recommends
national priorities. Through the establishment and implementation of targeted funding schemes the RCN
facilitates the translation of national research policy objectives into action. The RCN serves as a meeting
place for researchers, funders and users of research findings, as well as for the different sectors and
subject fields that are affiliated with the world of research.
Member of 32 ERA-nets under FP6, and some under FP7. Coordinator of JPI Oceans Member of MB in 3
JPIs Observer in 6 JPIs




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Norwegian Environmental research towards 2015 (MILJO2015)



Yes

Pollutants: POPs, heavy metals, pesticides, eutropication
http://www.forskningsradet.no/servlet/Satellite?c=Page&cid=1224697848161&p=1224697848161&page
name=miljo2015%2FHovedsidemal
1/1/2007
12/31/2016
Ongoing
National

Wild Salmon related research

National policy and user needs, EU Water Framework Directive



Relevant

Very Relevant
Relevant

Very Relevant


Mr.
Per
Backe-Hansen




Norway

pbh@rcn.no


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




98




13




580 000 (for full project period)




36 months

530000 (for full project period)
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
8 mill Euros per year


No




May for instance contribute to funding a international secretariat

Yes




Possible




Existing




Existing




Real common pot is possible, but require ministerial approval. Mostly in areas of urgent national priority.


Norway
Per Backe-Hansen
pbh@rcn.no


Enterprise Ireland
Enterprise Ireland, East Point Business Park
Dublin
                                                                                                              3
Ireland
353 1 7272000
www.enterprise-ireland.com
Enterprise Ireland is the Government agency in Ireland responsible for supporting Irish businesses in the
manufacturing and internationally traded service sectors. Specifically, Enterprise Ireland helps businesses
to start-up, innovate and ultimately, to achieve global success.

Enterprise Ireland has a role on several ERA-nets across europe of strategic importance




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Commercialisation fund - Proof of Concept & Technology Development




Yes

ICT, LifeSciences, Bio and Industrial Technologies
http://www.enterprise-ireland.com/en/Funding-Supports/Researcher/Funding-to-Commercialise-
Research/Commercialisation-Fund.html


Ongoing
National
ATRP - Advanced Tecnology Research programme
Product development


Applied Research


Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Ms.
Majella
Maher
Programme Manager, Enterprise Ireland Galway Office
Galway
Galway
Ireland
+353 91 735927
commercialisation.fund@enterprise-ireland.com


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




40 per year




8 to date


€1.4 million approx to date ( The scheme has been running for 5 years)
This is an approximate figure. The general funding scheme is in the area of Industrial technologies of
which Water and Waste Water is a technology


12-18 months for Proof of Concept , 24 - 36 months for Commercialisation Fund
These dates are ongoing - There are 3 calls a year. The scheme has been running for 5 years

120K for Proof of Concept & 300K for Technology Development
Demonstration,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions


approximately €10 million per annum (varying)


No
This is a national fund only
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Ireland
Paul Butler
paul.butler@enterprise-ireland.com

Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources
(DCENR)
Beggars Bush Haddington Road Dublin 4
Dublin
Dublin
Ireland
00353 (0)16782000
www.gsi.ie

The Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), founded in 1845, is Ireland's National Earth Science Agency. It is
responsible for providing geological advice and information, and for the acquisition of data for this
purpose. GSI produces a range of products including maps, reports and databases. It is an agency of the
Department of Communications, Energy & Natural Resources, with an annual budget in excess of €7
million, and a multi-disciplinary staff (40 permanent and up to 10 temporary).
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Griffith Geoscience Research Award




Yes

marine and coastal, petroleum, geophysics
http://www.gsi.ie/Geoscience+Initiatives/Griffith+Geoscience+Research+Awards.htm
                                                                                             6/1/2007
                                                                                           12/31/2013
Ongoing
National
None
To develop models for the behaviour of groundwater, including the impacts of climate change and
intensifying infrastructure on future groundwater supplies


Legislation (WFD)


Not Applicable

Very Relevant

Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Mr.
Koen
Verbruggen
GSI, DCENR Beggars Bush Haddington Road Dublin 4
Dublin
Dublin
Ireland
00353 (0)1 6782864
koen.verbruggen@gsi.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




7
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007




2
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007


€4.9M
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007




72 (7 years)

€2M
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions

€10M
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007


Yes
Northern Ireland Only

Universities,Research Institutions


All Ireland projects
Yes




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Direct government funding.

Ireland
Mary Carter
mary.carter@gsi.ie


Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego (MNiSzW) - Ministry of Science and Higher Education
1/3 Wspólna Street
Warsaw
00-529
Poland
(+48 22)-529-27-18
www.nauka.gov.pl

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Polish: Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego) in
Poland was opened on 5 May 2006 by the Minister of Science and Higher Education, in replacement of
several parts of the Ministry of Education and Science. The Minister of Science and Higher Education
administers governmental activities in science and higher education and has a budget for scientific
research provided by State funds. The Rada Nauki (Science Council) acts together with the Minister, in
replacement of the Komitet Badao Naukowych (Science Research Council) which was closed in 2005. The
headquarters of the ministry are located at ulica Wspólna 1/3, Warsaw.
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




MNiSzW - Ekologia i Ochrona Przyrody (Ecology & Environmental Protection)




Yes

Ecology Biodiversity Landscape Ecosystems




Ongoing
National




Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Mr.
Jarosław
Oliwa




Poland

sekretariat.de@nauka.gov.pl
Yes (if YES go to the next page)




Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions


6.250.000 euro


No




No
Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Poland
Maciej Zalewski
mzal@biol.uni.lodz.pl


The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey-TUBITAK
TUBİTAK - Tunus Caddesi No:80
Ankara
6100
Turkey
0090 312 468 53 00
www.tubitak.gov.tr
TUBITAK is the leading agency for management, funding and conduct of research in Turkey. It was
established in 1963 with a mission to advance science and technology, conduct research and support
Turkish researchers. The Council is an autonomous institution and is governed by a Scientific Board whose
members are selected from prominent scholars from universities, industry and research institutions.
TUBITAK is responsible for promoting, developing, organizing, conducting and coordinating research and
development in line with national targets and priorities. TÜBİTAK acts as an advisory agency to the Turkish
Government on science and research issues, and is the secretariat of the Supreme Council for Science and
Technology (SCST), the highest S&T policy making body in Turkey. Setting its vision as to be an innovative,
guiding, participating and cooperating institution in the fields of science and technology, which serves for
improvement of the life standards of our society and sustainable development of our country, TÜBİTAK
not only supports innovation, academic and industrial R&D studies but also in line with national priorities
develops scientific and technological policies and manages R&D institutes, carrying on research,
technology and development studies. Furthermore, TÜBİTAK funds research projects carried out in
TUBITAK has been involved in 34 ERA-NET Projects as partner or work package leader such as Black Sea,
SEAS ERA, CIR2CLE, Urban-net, WoodWisdomNet 2, CORNET, E-RARE projects. TUBITAK has been involved
in all JPI themes as a member country and TUBITAK has a role of workpackage laedarship in CSA actions of
the JPIs in first wave.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Programme Title (1509 - International Industrial R&D Projects Grant Programme)




Yes
Biotechnology, Agriculture, Food, Environment, Mechanics, Information Science, Chemical Technologies,
Materials Science, Electrics and Electronics
http://www.tubitak.gov.tr/teydeb/
1995
2010 - The programme has not a fixed duration
Ongoing
National

Reuse of treated water in industry, wastewater treatment, agricultural water use

National policies, priority research areas determinde by the Supreme Council for Science and Technology
(SCST)


Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Prof.
Omer
Cebeci
TUBITAK - Tunus Caddesi No:80
Ankara
6100
Turkey
903124685300
ertan.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




36 Annual no of projects


0 - The programme has not funded
water related projects up to now however it is open to virtual common pot and it is
possible to fund international water projects in the future.




0 - The programme has not funded
water related projects up to now however it is open to virtual common pot and it is
possible to fund international water projects in the future.




36

500,000 €
Other
Innovation and industrial R&D projects
Private Sector


15000000 Annual €/year


No
Large companies and SMEs can apply for this programme and universities and research institutes can only
be funded by subcontracting.

Yes
SMEs can receive funds as 75% of all eligible R&D costs and large companies receive funds as 60 % of all
eligible R&D costs.




Not Allowable




Existing




Not Allowable




Virtual Common Pot

Turkey
Ertan Durmusoglu
ertan.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr


Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN), Ministry of Science and Innovation
Albacete, 5
Madrid
28027
Spain
+ 34 916 037 162
www.micinn.es
MICINN is the Ministry responsible for research, development and innovation in Spain. It runs
programmes on these activities, and actively cooperates with the regional governments on these issues.
The Ministry has a Directorate General for Research and Management of the National Research,
Development and Innovation Plan. Another Directorate General deals with International Affairs. Both
Directorate Generals are directly related to the Joint Programming Activities. Evaluation of research and
development proposals partially relies on ANEP, the National Agency for Evaluation and Prospective. This
Governmental Agency applies peer review processes.

MICINN paticipates in about thirty ERA-Nets, and is Engaged in nine out the the ten Joint Programming
Activities. MICINN coordinates "Water Challenges for a Changing World", as well as the ERA-Net SEASERA,
and co-coordinates "Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans". MICINN is therefore heavily engaged in all
these activities, and considers them very relevant to its policy.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Within the Plan Nacional de I+D+i (PN) - Spanish National Plan for Research, Development and Innovation -
water research is mainly funded through the National Programme for Fundamental Research. Other
Programmes related to Innovation or International activities devote additional funds to water issues




Yes
The research programme covers all areas of science and technology. There are no scientific priorities as
such, although the Plan has estabilished five major horizontal strategic areas: 1) Health, 2) Biotechnology,
3) Energy and climate change, 4) Information technologies, and 5) Nanoscience and new industrial
materials and processes.
http://www.micinn.es
2008
2011
Ongoing
National

The current National Plan represents a continuation and refinement of previous National Plans dating
from 1988. During these years, administrative procedures have changed to provide more flexibility to
scientists, evaluation procedures have been refined and the requirements of scientific excellence have
increased. The Plan has aways represented the major opportunity for RTD funding at the National level,
alhtough in the last 15 years the research funding capacity of the regional governments has increased.
Since the plan has not set scientific priorities, all areas of knowledge are equally relevant. Scientific quality
is used for ex-ante evaluation.

The National Plan does not establish drivers for water research, other than scientific excellence and
contribution to priority sectors and global challenges


Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Prof.
Montserrat
Torné
Ramirez de Arellano, 29
Madrid
28027
Spain
+ 34 916 037 162
dgi@micinn.es


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




3400 per year




115 per year




13 M € per year
36

115,000
Research projects
Scientific as well as tecnology driven research. Other areas of the National Plan fund actions in
Demonstration, public-private collaborative projects or Industry driven research.
Universities,Research Institutions,Other
Technological centres and private non profit institutions

370 M € per year


No
Cooperation with International researchers is foreseen, but in general these can not have a budget under
the Programme. They could eventually be funded as subcontractors within a Project. This could only apply
to foreign research institutions




No




Not Allowable




Existing




Existing




Virtual Common Pot
Spain
Enrique Playán
enrique.playan@eead.csic.es


The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey-TUBITAK
Ataturk Bulvari No: 221 Kavaklidere
Ankara
                                                                                                        6100
Turkey
0090 312 468 53 00
http://www.tubitak.gov.tr/
TÜBİTAK is the leading agency for management, funding and conduct of research in Turkey. It was
established in 1963 with a mission to advance science and technology, conduct research and support
Turkish researchers. The Council is an autonomous institution and is governed by a Scientific Board whose
members are selected from prominent scholars from universities, industry and research institutions.
TÜBİTAK is responsible for promoting, developing, organizing, conducting and coordinating research and
development in line with national targets and priorities. TÜBİTAK acts as an advisory agency to the Turkish
Government on science and research issues, and is the secretariat of the Supreme Council for Science and
Technology (SCST), the highest S&T policy making body in Turkey. Setting its vision as to be an innovative,
guiding, participating and cooperating institution in the fields of science and technology, which serves for
improvement of the life standards of Turkish society and sustainable development of Turkey, TÜBİTAK not
only supports innovation, academic and industrial R&D studies but also in line with national priorities
develops scientific and technological policies and manages R&D institutes. Furthermore, TÜBİTAK funds
research projects carried out in universities and other public and private organizations, conducts research
TUBITAK has been involved in 34 ERA-NET Projects as partner or work package leader such as Black Sea,
SEAS ERA, CIR2CLE, Urban-net, WoodWisdomNet 2, CORNET, E-RARE projects. TUBITAK has been involved
in all JPI themes as a member country and TUBITAK has a role of workpackage laedarship in CSA actions of
the JPIs in first wave.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Public Sector Research and Development Projects Funding Programme




Yes
All areas of projects, which fulfill the R&D based needs of public sector institutions, are covered. (Energy,
Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Food, Environment, Social Security, Transportation, Health, Education,
etc.)
www.tubitak.gov.tr/1007
2005
The programme has not a fixed duration
All values are reported for 6 years (until the end of 2010).
(2010) The Programme is continuing
Ongoing
National
NA




There is no special driver for water research activities.


Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant

Mr.
Mustafa
Ay
TÜBİTAK Kamu Arastirmalari Destek Grubu Tunus Cad. No:80, B Blok 1. Kat Kavaklidere
Ankara
                                                                                      6100
Turkey
00903124685300 (Ext:4905)
mustafa.ay@tubitak.gov.tr


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




Public funding for Competitive and Institutional Research, Development
135
to date (6 years)
15
to date (6 years)


16.742.000 €
Budget to date (6 years)




34 months per Water related projects

€1.116.132 per Water related projects
Research projects

In the scope of 1007 Program, result-oriented research and development projects are funded.
Other
State Agencies (Public bodies)
191.000.000 €
Budget to date (6 years)


No




Since 1007 Programme is client-oriented, which is the state agencies, the organisations should not violate
the rights of the clients in terms of the utilization of project outputs.




No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Not Allowable




Simple model and National calls within a joint programme

Turkey
Mustafa Ay
mustafa.ay@tubitak.gov.tr


NL Agency, department of Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation
P.O. Box 93144 2509 AC The Hague the Netherlands
the Hague

Netherlands
+31 88602 5145
www.agentschapnl.nl

NL Agency came about through a merger of EVD, The Netherlands Patent Office (Octrooicentrum
Nederland) and SenterNovem. At the beginning of January 2010, the three agencies of the Ministry of
Economic Affairs were merged to form one single new organisation. The agencies will combine their
expertise in the field of sustainability, innovation and international business and cooperation. NL Agency
provides clients with a single contact point for information, advice, financing, networking and regulatory
matters. NL Agency’s primary target groups are businesses, (knowledge) institutions and government
bodies. Private individuals are therefore not a primary target group of NL Agency.
Active in JPI "Healthy diet for a healthy life" and "Water challenges for a changing World" Liaison office for
framework programme bilateral cooperation with European and Asian countries active in Eureka network
and Eureka cluster Acqueau




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Innovation programme for water technology




No
www.wetsus.nl


Ongoing
National

Water & energy


economic drivers (to gain a competitive postion in the near future)


Relevant

Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Prof.
Cees
Buisman
P.O. Box 1113 8900 CC Leeuwarden
Leeuwarden

Netherlands
31 58 284 30 00
cees.buisman@wetsus.nl


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Dissemination,Research projects,Other
NL Agency also funds (international) R&D projects that are close to the market.
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


80 million euro


Yes
NL Agency has not the policy to fund foreign organisations but in some cases it is possible. (as long as the
economic revenues return to the Netherlands) In the Wetsus programme foreign parties can participate
and use in an indirect way national funds.

Research Institutions,Private Sector




No




Not Allowable




Possible




Possible
Virtual common pot

Netherlands
Bart Jeroen Bierens
bart-jeroen.bierens@agentschapnl.nl


Metsäntutkimuslaitos, Metla, Finnish Forest Research Institute
Finnish Forest Research Institute, Jokiniemenkuja 1, Box 18, 01301 Vantaa, Finland
Vantaa

Finland
+358 102111
Http://metla.fi

The Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA) is a governmental, sectorial research institute, subordinate
to the Ministery of Agriculture and Forestry. It is the main forest research institute in Finland and one of
the biggest forest research institutes in Europe. METLA's duties are defined by the law and statute to
promote, through research, the economical, ecological, and societally sustainable management and use of
forests. The current research priorities of METLA are: forest-based enterprise and business activities,
societal impact of forests, structure and functions of forest ecosystems and information reserves on
forestry and the forest environment. Top-of-the-line facilities, resources and methodology are available
for various project activities. METLA's professional staff is one of its key strengths. METLA employs about
340 researchers, half of the researchers hold a doctor's degree. METLA is nationally responsible for
carrying out national forest inventories, for greenhouse gas inventory of LUCLUF sector, for compiling
forestry statistics, as well as for a large part of national forest condition monitoring (e.g. Forest Focus and
UN-ECE ICP on Integrated Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Ecosystems).

Participated in the following networks: ERA-net: e.g. WOODWisdom COST Actions: several e.g Forest
Management and the Water Cycle (FORMAN)PF 0601 (http://www.forestandwater.uni-goettingen.de/)
Nordic Forestry CAR-ES funded by the Nordic Ministers through SNS and deals with ecosystem services
includinn water (http://www.nordicforestry-cares.org/html/information.htm)




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Metsätalouden vesistökuormituksen ennustaminen ja torjunta; laskentatyökalujen kehittäminen, MYV,
Prediction and mitigation of nutrient and sediment load from forested cathcments




No


http://www.metla.fi/hanke/3506/index-en.htm
1.1.2008
31.12.2011
Ongoing
National
Environmental impacts of forestry (YMP)1996 - 2000




EU Water Framework Directive, National Forest Programme


Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant

Not Relevant

Prof.
Leena
Finér
Finnish Forest Research Institute, Box 68, 80101 Joensuu, Finland
Joensuu

Finland
+358 50 391 3067
leena.finer@metla.fi


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
7




0.7M€ in 2010




48


Dissemination,Research projects

Other
Researchers or research groups working at Metla

Total budget for all research programmes in 2010 20.5M€ or which water related MYV 0.5M€


Yes
Possible to fund joint projects.

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


Project has to be beneficial for the research project.

Yes




Existing




Existing
Possible




Finland
Leena Finér
leena.finer@metla.fi


Danish Council for Strategic Research
Bredgade 40
Copenhagen K
DK-1260
Denmark
+45 3544 6200
http://en.fi.dk/councils-commissions/the-danish-council-for-strategic-research

The Danish Council for Strategic Research seeks to ensure that strategic research in Denmark is organised
to meet the challenges facing Danish society. The aim is to ensure Denmark’s position as a global
frontrunner regarding welfare, wealth and science in the short and long term. The Danish The Council
wants to strengthen the interaction between publicly financed research and the rest of society, such as
privately financed research, private organisations, public institutions and the corporate world. The Council
supports politically prioritiezed and thematically defined research. In 2010 the Council contributes 1 billion
DKK (approx 134 mio. euros)

The Danish Council for Strategic Research is involved in a number of international networks: All JPI's
(except Cultural Heritage, which is administrated by The Danish Council for Independent Research) The
BONUS-programme (research cooperation within the Baltic-sea region) Nordforsk (research cooperation
within the Nordic Countries) A number of ERA-nets with more comming.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
The Programme Commission on Sustainable Energy and Environment




Yes
All research addressing "Sustainable Energy and Environment" is welcome to apply. Specific calls are
within. Energy systems of the future (308 mio. dkr.) Climate and climate adaptation (30 mio. dkr.) The
Council in generalt has money marked for international cooperation.

http://en.fi.dk/councils-commissions/the-danish-council-for-strategic-research/about-the-council/the-
programme-commissions/programme-commission-on-sustainable-energy-and-environment
1/1/2010
12/31/2016
some completed, some running
National




Very Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Mr.
Klaus
Rosenfeldt Jakobsen
Bredgade 40
Copenhagen k
1260
Denmark
+45 3544 6263
krja@fi.dk


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
120




17 - number of projects for the full duration of the origramme




259 mio. euros the full duration of the programme




Approx 57 months

2 mio. euros.
Research projects

Typically a project is expected to involve strategic reseach (institutions and private companies)
Universities,Research Institutions


45 mio. euros annualy


Yes

Foreign universities, companies, organisations, research organisations etc. can be part of project and can
recieve money from the council covering their expenses. The project owner must be Danish though.
International cooperation is a priority for the council when evaluating applications.

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector,Other
See above

Has to match within the main priorities of the Council.

Yes




Existing
Existing




Existing




Real Common Pot

Denmark
Lene Cividanes
lecd@fi.dk


VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
P.O. Box 1000
VTT
2044
Finland
+35820722111*
www.vtt.fi
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is a globally networked multitechnological contract research
organization. VTT provides high-end technology solutions and innovation services. We enhance our
customers’ competitiveness, thereby creating prerequisites for society’s sustainable development,
employment, and wellbeing.

VTT collaborates actively in several ERA nets




No
Tekes and Eu in addition to self funding




Green Solutions for Water and Waste
Yes

Development of waste technologies

1.1.2011
31.1.2014
Planned
National

Development of sustainable water technologies and monitoring


Water scarcity, legislation for waste water treatment


Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Very Relevant

Ms.
Mona
Arnold




Finland

mona.arnold@vtt.fi


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Demonstration,Research projects

Other
Internal proposals

ca 1200 k€/a


No




Yes




Not Allowable




Possible
Not Allowable




Finland
Mona Arnold
mona.arnold@vtt.fi


Ministero dell'Istruzione, Università e Ricerca - MIUR - Ministry of Education, University and Research
Piazzale J.F. Kennedy, 20
Rome
144
Italy
0039 06 97721
www.miur.it

The Ministry of Education, University and Research is in charge of the administration of the Italian school
system, the University and of Research. MIUR is responsible for the education in the Italian schools of all
levels, both public and private. It supervises academic institutions, who have a strong autonomy, and the
State research through the specific structures.




No
Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico - MSE - Ministry of Economic Development




Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico Directorate General for the promotion of Business Activity- Division V-
Unitary National and EC Programming Dott.ssa Lilia Rossi Via del Giorgione, 2/B 00147 Roma Italy


Programma operativo nazionale "Ricerca e Competitività" 2007-2013 per le Regioni della Convergenza
(Calabria, Campania, Puglia, Sicilia) - PONREC - National Operational Plan Research and Competitiveness
2007-2013 for the Convergence Regions (Calabria, Campania, Puglia, Sicilia)




Yes
Axis I - Support to structural changes and strengthening of the scientific-technological potential for the
transition to knoledge-based economy Axis II - Strengthening of the innovative context for the
development of competitiveness           Axis III - Technical assistance and accompanying measures
www.ponrec.it
                                                                                                  12/21/2007
                                                                                                  12/31/2013
Ongoing
National
Programma operativo nazionale “Ricerca Scientifica, Sviluppo Tecnologico, Alta Formazione” 2000-2006
per le regioni Obiettivo 1
Research, development and innovation for many fields in general




Not Relevant

Relevant

Very Relevant

Not Relevant

Dr.
Fabrizio
Cobis

Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca- Direzione generale per il coordinamento e lo
sviluppo della ricerca-Ufficio VII ( Uffcio Programmi Operativi Comunitari) Piazzale J.F. Kennedy, 20
Roma
00144
Italy
0039-06 97727365
info@ponrec.it


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
No. of projecs to date: 1880




No.of projecs to date : 1




Total budget of the only project financed to date: 2.220.560 EUR


36


500.000 EUR
Research projects,Other
Research projects and training of researchers within the projects
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


Full duration of the Programme: 6.205 Million Euros, of which 3.102 ensured by EU co-financing


No




No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Not Allowable




No transnational activity is foreseen, therefore the last 3 questions are not relevant

Italy
Manuela Corsini
manuela.corsini@isprambiente.it


The Academy of Finland
Vilhonvuorenkatu 6 POB 99
Helsinki
FI-00501
Finland


The Academy of Finland is the prime funding agency for basic research in Finland. Other key agencies
funding science and technology in Finland are Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and
Innovation, and Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund. The Academy operates within the administrative sector
of the Ministry of Education.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Sustainable governance and utilization of aquatic resources



No




1.1.2013
31.12.2016
Planned
National
Several programmes e.g. on climate change which have included projects on aquatic
ecosystems/resources
multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity, including social sciences.
International water policy, for instance the European Water Frame Directive (WFD). New status of aquatic
research as highlighted for instance in the network called Finnish Water Forum (FWF) consisting of public
and private water organisations aimed at strengthening the activities and competitiveness of the Finnish
water sector at national at international markets.


Not Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Anne
Ojala
Department of Environmental Sciences, Niemenkatu 73
Lahti
FI-15140
Finland

anne.ojala@helsinki.fi


No




10
10




at minimum 8 million euros




48

ca. 600 000
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions


not less than 8 million euros


No




Yes




Possible




Possible




Possible
Finland
Anne Ojala
anne.ojala@helsinki.fi


TEKES- Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation
P.O. Box 69 FI-00101 Helsinki
Helsinki

Finland
358
www.tekes.fi/eng
Tekes is the most important publicly funded expert organisation for financing research, development and
innovation in Finland. We boost wide-ranging innovation activities in research communities, industry and
service sectors. Tekes promotes a broad-based view on innovation: besides funding technological
breakthroughs, Tekes emphasises the significance of service-related, design, business, and social
innovations. Funding for challenging R&D and business development Tekes works with the top innovative
companies and research units in Finland. Every year, Tekes finances some 1,500 business research and
development projects, and almost 600 public research projects at universities, research institutes and
polytechnics. Research, development and innovation funding is targeted to projects that create in the long-
term the greatest benefits for the economy and society. Tekes does not derive any financial profit from its
activities, nor claim any intellectual proprietary rights.
The EU Seventh Framework Programme for research and technological development The Seventh
Framework Programme for research and technological development (FP7) promotes and encourages the
creation of European poles of scientific excellence. It is the European Union’s chief instrument for funding
research over the period 2007-2013. Tekes hosts the Finnish Secretariat for EU R&D, which provides
information on FP7 and coordinates the Finnish National Contact Point System. Contact: Mai Tolonen ERA-
NET ERA-NETs are networks of national science and technology funding organisations in Europe. Their
cooperation is funded from the EU Framework Programme. Tekes participates in roughly 20 ERA-NETs.
Contact: Mikko Kiiskinen EUREKA - a network for market-oriented R&D EUREKA is a pan-European
network for market-oriented and industry-related R&D. It promotes the competitiveness of European
companies by creating links and networks of innovation. Tekes is the coordinator of EUREKA activities in
Finland. Contact: Kirsi Vähä-Pietilä COST - European Cooperation in Scientific and Technical Research
Finland has been highly active in taking advantage of international networking opportunities and
participates in two-thirds of the almost 200 current COST activities. Tekes coordinates COST activities in




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Water Programme



No



http://www.tekes.fi/programmes/Vesivesi
2008
2012
Ongoing
National

- Water quality management - Efficient use of water -Management of water assets and risks -New
business models and services (PPP etc.) The Water programme reforms business operations, products and
services in the water sector in Finland and promotes Finni

Internationalisation policy



Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Very Relevant


Mrs.
Piia
Moilanen
P.O. Box 69 FI-00101
Helsinki

Finland

piia.moilanen@tekes.fi


No
Mr.
Tuomas
Lehtinen
Finland

tuomas.lehtinen@tekes.fi


50




50




90 MEUR




24 months

500 000 EUR
Demonstration,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


90 MEUR (2008-2012)


No




Funding only Finnish companies and research organisations

Yes




Not Allowable
Possible




Not Allowable




Virtual Common Pot


Finland
Tuomas Lehtinen
tuomas.lehtinen@tekes.fi


ONEMA (The French National Agency on Water and Aquatic Environments)
5, square Felix Nadar
Vincennes
94300
France
0033 1 45 14 36 32
www.onema.fr ; in English: http://www.onema.fr/IMG/EV/index.html
Established in April 2007, Onema is a national agency active in the field of environmental French public
service. Created by the Law on water and aquatic environments, dated 30 December 2006, and the
implementation decree dated 25 March 2007, it operates under the supervision of the ministry in charge
of ecology and sustainable development. Onema organises and produces high-level science and
technology advice to assist in formulating, implementing and evaluating public water policy. Its mission is
to contribute to overall and sustainable management of water resources and aquatic ecosystems, with a
view to restoring water quality and reaching the good chemical and ecological status by 2015 set by the
European Water framework directive, adopted on 23 October 2000.
ONEMA was permanent observer in IWRM.NET ERA-NET. It finances 2 projects of the IWRM.NET second
call on climate change and water and economics and water which will run until 2013. It participates in the
Scientific Coordination Project of the IWRM.NET second call which aim would be to link IWRM.NET
scientists and IWRM.NET funders.
ONEMA is co-leading with EU DG RTD, the “Science-Policy Interface” ad hoc activity established under the
auspices of the Common Implementation Strategy of the Water Framework Directive (CIS-SPI). The main
goal of the activity is to ensure a dynamic interface to identify research needs and to boost usability of
available (or to be produced) results to support the implementation of the WFD within the CIS framework.
ONEMA is a member of the Member States Mirror Group of the WSSTP and participates in the Scientific
Committee of ACQUEAU
ONEMA is taking an active role in the preparation of the 6th World Water Forum in Marseille in March
2012




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Research on continental and littoral waters and related environments. Research funded by Onema is not
carried out through ‘traditional’ research programmes, but through pluri-annual conventions with
research institutes, covering several topics.



No



http://www.onema.fr/Developper-les-connaissances-sur
1/1/2009
12/31/2011
Ongoing
National

Our priorities are included in JPI priorities. They are expressed slightly differently: 1. Water cycle and
resource availability in the context of climate change 2. Physical dynamics of aquatic systems and
restoration 3. Biological and ecological dynamics of aquatic systems 4. Chemical contaminants and
ecotoxicological risks 5. Environmental technologies and methods to reduce pollutions 6. Social-economic
value of water and aquatic environments
EU Water related Policy and legislation: WFD, UWWT, ND, GWD, EQS Directive… National Water related
policy and action plans Demand from local water managers (e.g. River Basin Agencies) to establish RBMPs
and POMs
Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant


Mrs.
Marie
Rabut
5 square felix nadar
Vincennes
94300
France

marie.rabut@onema.fr


No
Dr.
Patrick
Flammarion
same as above




patrick.flammarion@onema.fr


approximately 250 projects for the full duration of the programme (3 years)




approximately 250 projects for the full duration of the programme (3 years)



approximately 10 Million Euros/ year or 30 Million Euros for 3 years - not full costs but only marginal costs
i.e. salaries of researchers are paid by their own institute



3 years, through annual contracts
around 120,000 Euros for 3 years
Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects
Mainly applied research projects and dissemination. Demonstration projects are funded by River basin
Water Agencies in partnership with Onema in order to test national methodologies on their basins.
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
N/A
approximately 10 Million Euros/ year or 30 Million Euros for 3 years - not full costs but only marginal costs
i.e. salaries of researchers are paid by their own institute


No
Yes in principle. However it has never been the case.




Same as in ERANET funding (e.g. IWRM.NET)

Yes




Possible




Existing




Existing




Mixed Mode


France
Marie-Perrine Durot
marie-perrine.durot@onema.fr
IRCSET: Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology
Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Ireland
353 1 2315000
www.ircset.ie
The Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering & Technology forms a Board of senior academic and
industrial figures. IRCSET operates multi-million euro research funding initiatives which support talented
researchers in their early stage career formation across Masters, Doctoral and Postdoctoral levels in the
sciences, engineering and technology. The emphasis of our funding programmes is on exploratory
research aimed at yielding new concepts, findings and innovations within Ireland. Funding is made
available through a series of strictly competitive calls for applicants. Selection for funding is based on
merit and the decision processes are overseen by independent assessment panels. IRCSET’s initiatives are
funded by the National Development Plan of Ireland under the auspices of the Department of Education &
Science.

In addition to IRCSET’s role in the Science and Society programme of the European Commission’s
Framework Programmes, the Council is involved a number of activities at European level, including
European Research Area Networks (ERA-NETs) and the European Science Foundation. These activities
provide both funding and networking opportunities for Irish researchers and ensure that IRCSET has a
voice in the development of research policy across Europe.




No
Department of Education and Skills


Department of Education and Skills Head Office, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, Ireland

Embark Initiative



Yes

Basic research and development in science, engineering and technology
www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=63
12/1/2001

Ongoing
National
Research interests and existing knowledge base of applicant pool of graduates



Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Mr.
Justin
Synnott
IRCSET, Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Ireland
353 1 2315000
info@ircset.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




1452 Number in programme to date (nine years so far)




20 Number in programme to date (nine years so far)




€960,000 approx. Budget for programme to date (nine years so far)
24 months

48000
Research projects

Other
Postgraduate researchers
€120,000,000 approx. Budget for programme to date (nine years so far)


No

Although IRCSET cooperates with other private and public bodies involved in research at national and
European level, including sponsoring and co-sponsoring events, the Embark Initiative is exclusively a
mechanism for funding individual postgraduate researchers within the Republic of Ireland.




No




Existing




Possible




Not Allowable
Ireland
Matthew Diskin
mdiskin@ircset.ie


IRCSET: Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology
Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Ireland
353 1 2315000
www.ircset.ie
The Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering & Technology forms a Board of senior academic and
industrial figures. IRCSET operates multi-million euro research funding initiatives which support talented
researchers in their early stage career formation across Masters, Doctoral and Postdoctoral levels in the
sciences, engineering and technology. The emphasis of our funding programmes is on exploratory
research aimed at yielding new concepts, findings and innovations within Ireland. Funding is made
available through a series of strictly competitive calls for applicants. Selection for funding is based on
merit and the decision processes are overseen by independent assessment panels. IRCSET’s initiatives are
funded by the National Development Plan of Ireland under the auspices of the Department of Education &
Science.

In addition to IRCSET’s role in the Science and Society programme of the European Commission’s
Framework Programmes, the Council is involved a number of activities at European level, including
European Research Area Networks (ERA-NETs) and the European Science Foundation. These activities
provide both funding and networking opportunities for Irish researchers and ensure that IRCSET has a
voice in the development of research policy across Europe.




No
Department of Education and Skills


Department of Education and Skills Head Office, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, Ireland

Empower



Yes

Basic research and development in science, engineering and technology
www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=78
12/1/2002
Ongoing
National




Research interests and existing knowledge base of applicant pool of doctoral graduates



Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Jennifer
Brennan
IRCSET, Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Ireland
353 1 231500
fellowships@ircset.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




323 Number in programme to date (eight years so far)




7 Number in programme to date (eight years so far)
€630,000 approx. Budget for programme to date (eight years so far)




24 months

90000
Research projects

Other
Postdoctoral researchers
€15,000,000 approx. Budget for programme to date (eight years so far)


No

Although IRCSET cooperates with other private and public bodies involved in research at national and
European level, including sponsoring and co-sponsoring events, the EMPOWER programme is exclusively a
mechanism for funding individual postoctoral researchers within the Republic of Ireland




No




Existing




Possible




Not Allowable
Ireland
Matthew Diskin
mdiskin@ircset.ie

Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca - MIUR - Ministry of Education, Higher Education
and Research
Piazza Kennedy, 20
Rome
144
Italy
0039 06.9772.1
www.miur.it
The Ministry is responsible for the enhancement of research in many fields. Through the fund PRIN, the
Ministry also finances basic research of the universities on environmental issues, water included.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale - PRIN - Research Projects of National Interest



Yes
Area 01 - Math and computer science Area 02 - Physics Area 03 - Chemistry Area 04 - Earth Science Area
05 - Biology Area 06 - Medicine Area 07 - Agricultural and veterinary science Area 08 - Civil engineering
and architecture Area 09 - Industrial engineering Area 10 - History, philology, literature and art Area 11 -
History, philosophy, pedagogy and psychology Area 12 - Juridical science Area 13 - Economics and
statistics Area 14 - Political and social science
http://prin.miur.it
1/1/1997
unknown (ongoing)
Ongoing
National




Relevant

Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Mauro
Massulli
Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca -Direzione Generale per il coordinamento e lo
sviluppo della ricerca - Ufficio V - Piazza Kennedy, 20
Rome
144
Italy
0039 06.9772.1
ufficioprin@miur.it




8000
to-date (14 years)


300
to-date (14 years)
2,700,000 EUR in 2007 call
Annual (2007)



24

150,000 EUR
Research projects
-
Universities
The programme was specifically set up in order to co-fund national research projects carried out by
universities
104.940.000 EUR for 2009 call
Annual (2009)


No




No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Simple model:(no transnational funding or coordinating is possible), this includes: National/organisational
funding in national research programmes/projects National call and national evaluation process
Italy
Manuela Corsini
manuela.corsini@isprambiente.it

Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale, ISPRA, Institute for Environmental Protection
and Research
Via Vitaliano Brancati 48
Rome
144
Italy
(+39) 0650071
www.isprambiente.it
The Institute for Environmental Protection and Research, ISPRA (Istituto superiore per la protezione e la
ricerca ambientale), has been established by Decree no. 112 of 25 June 2008, converted into Law no. 133
(with amendments) on 21 August 2008. ISPRA performs, with the inherent financial resources, equipment
and personnel, the duties of: - ex-APAT, Italian Environment Protection and Technical Services Agency
(article 38 of Legislative Decree no. 300, July 30, 1999, and subsequently amended); - ex-INFS, National
Institute for Wildlife (Law no. 157 of February 11, 1992, and subsequently amended); - ex-ICRAM, Central
Institute for Scientific and Technological Research applied to the Sea (Decree no. 496, article 1-bis,
December 4, 1993, converted into Law no. 61, Article 1, January 21, 1994, with amendments). The
Institute acts under the vigilance and policy guidance of the Italian Ministry for the Environment and the
Protection of Land and Sea (Ministero dell’Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare). ISPRA
operates within the Environmental Agencies System, presently composed of 20 Regional and 2 Provincial
Agencies (ARPAs and APPAs) according to a federative system combining direct knowledge and experience
of local environmental issues with national level policies for environmental prevention and protection.
ISPRA is involved in all activities of CRUE-ERANET project (VI FP), a coordination action of the European
research in flooding prevention and in the second common funding initiative of IWRM-NET, the ERANET of
FP 6 devoted to research applied to the implementation of the Water Frame Directive.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Sistema Idro-Meteo-Mare, SIMM, Hydro-Meteo-Marine Forecasting System



Yes

Meteorology, marine status
http://www.isprambiente.it/pre_meteo/simm.html
1993
-
Ongoing
National
INTERREG II C “Drought prevention" and "Flood mitigation", INTERREG IIIB CADSES (NETWET 2,
HYDROCARE), MEDOCC (SEDEMED, SEDEMED 2), ALPINE SPACE (FORALPS)
Hydrologic extreme events (droughts, floods), marine status and safety of navigation




Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Relevant


Ms.
Giuseppina
Monacelli
ISPRA, Via Curtatone 3
Rome
185
Italy
0039 06 5007 4471
giuseppina.monacelli@isprambiente.it


No
Mr.
Stefano
Mariani
ISPRA, Via Curtatone 3
Rome
185
Italy
0039 06 5007 4209
stefano.mariani@isprambiente.it

30
To-date (18 years)
12
To-date (18 years)


500,000 EUR/y
Annual



12

200,000 EUR/y
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions

1.000.000 EUR/y
Annual


No




If managed by us and only for funding Italian institutions

Yes




Possible




Existing




Possible
Virtual Common pot, as the Real common pot is not easy to manage, as our experience in CRUE and
IWRMnet ERANET show

Italy
Manuela Corsini
manuela.corsini@isprambiente.it


Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE)
PO Box 5091 Majorstuen 0301 Oslo Norway
Oslo

Norway
+47 22 95 95 95
www.nve.no
NVE’s mandate is to ensure an integrated and environmentally sound management of the country*s water
resources, promote efficient energy markets and cost-effective energy systems and contribute to efficient
energy use. The directorate plays a central role in the national flood contingency planning and bears
overall responsibility for maintaining national power supplies. From 2009 NVE is assigned greater
responsibility for the prevention of damage caused by landslides. NVE is involved in research and
development in its fields and is the national center of expertise for hydrology in Norway. Energy and water
are fundamental factors in the struggle to combat poverty, improve health conditions, and increase
prosperity in the developing world. NVE has more than thirty years of experience in development
assistance. The majority of our work in developing countries involves programmes initiated by the
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation or the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. NVEs
engagements varies from • Project preparation and appraisal of projects • Development of legal
framework • Institution and capacity building • Evaluation of studies and reports • Monitoring of water
resources • Power system studies • Electricity regulation NVE is working mainly in Africa and Asia, in




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Environmental Flows (Miljøbasert vannføring)



No
http://www.nve.no/no/Vann-og-vassdrag/Vassdragsmiljo/Prosjekt-miljobasert-vannforing/
01.01.2001
01.06.2012
Ongoing
National


The Norwegian Environmental Flows Programme (2001-2011) has the objective of increasing our
knowledge of the physical and biological consequences of strongly reduced flows, as well as developing
improved methods for the determination of appropriate environmental flows. This will lead to a more
effective management, an improved basis for decisions and thus a reduction of conflicts through the use
of accepted methods and improved knowledge. This is especially important in the licensing of new
hydropower, the revision of older licences and the implementation of the European Union’s Water
Framework Directive. There are many aspects to be considered when setting environmental flows. These
include biological, hydrological, economic and social aspects, as well as the many user-interests within
watercourses management. The implementation of remedial measures other than environmental flows is
also an element in such a process.

Energy supply and environment. Revision of old licenses for hydropower and EUs Water Framework
Directive (WFD).


Relevant

Very Relevant

Not Relevant

Not Relevant


Mrs.
Anja
Ibrekk




Norway
+47 22 95 95 95
asi@nve.no


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
30
for the Full duration of the Programme (11, 5 years): 1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012


30
for the Full duration of the Programme (11, 5 years): 1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012



3,8 mill euro
Total budget indicated is for the Full duration of the Programme (11, 5 years): 1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012
Total budget is related to water issues (environmental impacts and abatement measures related to
hydopower development in Norway)




1,5 year



Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


3,8 mill euro
Total budget indicated is for the Full duration of the Programme (11, 5 years): 1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012
Total budget is related to water issues (environmental impacts and abatement measures related to
hydopower development in Norway)


No
Theoretical possible, but not efficient. Programme is about Norwegian water conditions.




Theoretical possible, but not efficient/done.

No
Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




National funding


Norway
Mrs Anja Ibrekk
asi@nve.no


The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey-TUBITAK
Ataturk Bulvari No: 221 Kavaklidere
Ankara
6100
Turkey
0090 312 468 53 00

TÜBI.TAK is the leading agency for management, funding and conduct of research in Turkey. It was
established in 1963 with a mission to advance science and technology, conduct research and support
Turkish researchers. The Council is an autonomous institution and is governed by a Scientific Board whose
members are selected from prominent scholars from universities, industry and research institutions.
TÜBI.TAK is responsible for promoting, developing, organizing, conducting and coordinating research and
development in line with national targets and priorities. TÜBI.TAK acts as an advisory agency to the
Turkish Government on science and research issues, and is the secretariat of the Supreme Council for
Science and Technology (SCST), the highest S&T policy making body in Turkey. Setting its vision as to be an
innovative, guiding, participating and cooperating institution in the fields of science and technology, which
serves for improvement of the life standards of Turkish society and sustainable development of Turkey,
TÜBI.TAK not only supports innovation, academic and industrial R&D studies but also in line with national
priorities develops scientific and technological policies and manages R&D institutes. Furthermore,
TÜBI.TAK funds research projects carried out in universities and other public and private organizations,
TUBITAK has been involved in 34 ERA-NET Projects as partner or work package leader such as Black Sea,
SEAS ERA, CIR2CLE, Urban-net, WoodWisdomNet 2, CORNET, E-RARE projects. TUBITAK has been involved
in all JPI themes as a member country and TUBITAK has a role of workpackage laedarship in CSA actions of
the JPIs in first wave.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




The Support Programme for Scientific and Technological Research Projects (1001); Short-Term R&D
Funding Programme (1002); Bilateral and Multilateral Relations Projects (UIDB)



Yes

Environmental, Atmospheric, Earth and Marine Sciences
http://ardeb1001.tubitak.gov.tr/pb/main.htm ; http://ardeb1002.tubitak.gov.tr/pb/main.htm;
http://tubitak.gov.tr/uidb
1/1/2009
12/31/2009
Ongoing
National




Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Zeynep
Okay Durmusoglu
TUBITAK-CEYDAG Tunus Cad No:80 Kavaklidere
Turkey
+90 312 468 53 00
zeynep.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




94 Annual no of projects (2009)




14 Annual no of projects (2009)




1315000 Annual €/year (2009)




1001 Programme: 24-36 months 1002 Programme: 12 months

1001 Prpgramme: Each project =< 60000 €/year 1002 Programme: Each project =< 12500 €/year
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions


7.264.000 € Annual for 3 programmes in 2009


No
Financial support is provided for scientific visits (travel and subsistance expenditures are covered). Project
owner should apply to the commitee and get permission to perform the visit.

Yes




Not Allowable




Existing




Not Allowable




Virtual Common Pot


Turkey
Dr. Zeynep OKAY DURMUSOGLU
zeynep.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr


Miljøministeriet - Danish MInistry for Environment
Miljøstyrelsen/Danish EPA Strandgade 29
Copenhagen
DK - 1401 K
Denmark
+45 72 54 40 00
www.mst.dk
The Ministry of the Environment is responsible for administrative and research tasks in the areas of
environmental protection and planning. In Denmark the administration at state level is managed by the
Ministry of the Environment. At the regional and local levels, much of the administrative responsibility has
been delegated to municipalities. The Ministry consists of three agencies, and several independent
Environment Centres across the country. One independent appeal board is also linked to the Ministry. The
Danish Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for implementation of the Danish Action Plan on
Ecoinnnovation 2010-2011
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Danish Scheme for Ecoinnovation



Yes

Air pollution Waste and ressources
www.ecoinnovation.dk
3/1/2010
12/31/2011
Ongoing
National
Danish Ecoinnovation Scheme 2008-2009
Detektion of drinking water quality and pollution Efficient cleaning of water from industry and municipal
wastewater Management of heavy rainfalls
Focus in the programme is om development, test and demonstration of technology Important drivers is
legislation and/or environmental challenges


Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Mr.
Søren Bukh
Svenningsen




Denmark
mst@mst.dk


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




100 In the full duration of the programme




25 pr. year




4.000.000 euro in the full duration of the programme




18

85.000 euro
Demonstration,Other
Technology development
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


9.000.0000 euro for the full duration of the programme


Yes

Foreign organisations and/or companies can participate in projects applied for by danish partners

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


A number of obligations would have to be fullfilled regarding evaluation of proposals, funding intensity,
dokumentation, acounting etc.
Yes
Yes, it is possible for the time being. Presently there is no plans to do so.




Not Allowable




Possible




Not Allowable




Denmark
Mariane Hounum
mth@mst.dk


Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) (Foundation for Science and technology)
Av. D. Carlos I, 126
Lisboa
1249-074
Portugal
+351 21 3924456
http://alfa.fct.mctes.pt/fct.phtml.en
Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT) is the Portugal’s main funding agency for research and it is
responsible for following the bilateral and multilateral international agreements in science and technology
It is a public autonomous institute under the aegis of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher
Education, which covers all fields of science, from natural sciences to humanities, normally in a responsive
mode, aiming at capability enhancement and research excellence. FCT’s mission consists in continuously
promoting the advancement of scientific and technological knowledge in Portugal, exploring opportunities
that become available in any scientific or technological domain to attain the highest international
standards in the creation of knowledge, and to stimulate their diffusion and contribution to improve
education, health, environment, and the quality of life and well being of the general public. This mission is
mainly accomplished through the financing subsequent to the evaluation of the merit of proposals
presented by institutions, research teams or individuals in public open calls, and also through cooperation
agreements and other forms of support in partnership with universities and other public or private
institutions. With a staff of 228 persons, FCT’s budget for 2009 was around 630 million €. Funding is
FCT has experience in coordinated actions at national level (join calls with other Ministries) and at the
European level; FCT participates in several ERA-Nets coordinated action, JPIs, Art. 185 and on the JPND
and JPI-Oceans.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Todos os Domínios Científicos (All Scientific Domains)



Yes

all
n.a
2000
2008
Ongoing
National
n.a
not applicable

not applicable



Not Applicable
Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable


Dr.
Catarina
Resende
Av. D. Carlos I, 126
Lisboa
1249-074
Portugal
+351 21 3924456
catarina.resende@fct.mctes.pt


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




2985 for the period 2000-2008




145 for the period 2000-2008




aprox. 14 M€ for the period 2000-2008




36

€100,000
Research projects
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


€ 250.2 M for the period 2000-2008


No
Impossible to transfer money to foreign research institutions




the national regulations should ne taken into account

Yes




Existing




Existing




Existing




Virtual Common pot


Portugal
Catarina resende
catarina.resende@fct.mctes.pt


Waterbouwkundig Laboratorium (WL), Flanders Hydraulics Research
Berchemlei 115
Antwerp
2140
Belgium
3232246151
http://www.watlab.be
Part of the Department of Mobility and Public Works of the Flemish Authorities. Works for the agencies
(water managers of navigable waterways in Flanders) and Maritime Access Division in the field of research
and advise on hydrology, hydraulics and nautical sciences, operational services of flood forecasting and
warning. Can also work for 3rd parties, often with engineering companies or universities as subcontractor
or in cooperation with universities.
Ambassador of CRUE ERA-Net (external relations of the network after formal ending of CRUE as an FP 6
doordination action) Partner in CIRCLE-2 ERA-Net about climate change adaptation.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




We don't have a separate research programme but part of Vlaams Infrastructuur Fonds (VIF, Flemish
Infrastructure Fund) can be used for research



No
is only part of water theme: open water (so no sewage systems or water technology, no drinking water,
...)
n/a
n/a
n/a
Ongoing
Regional
yearly budget where e.g. era-net activities can be paid
water quantity issues, flooding and water scarcity but focussed on navigable rivers and the see, including
the effects of climate change
our main driver is technical assitance to policy and advice on specific questions from water maangers.
Next to those we work on a longer time base on new insights often as partner in research projects and
sometimes as funding body for related research


Not Applicable

Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Not Relevant
Prof.
Frank
Mostaert
Berchemlei 115 afdelingshoofd (director of our division, but we're not a program in the classical point of
view)
2140
Antwerp
Belgium
3232246035
waterbouwkundiglabo@mow.Vlaanderen.be


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




the civil servant responsible for a project is responsible for the content related and administrative folow
up of the projects




In general we have +/- 35 tenders a year.



On average we have 15-20 tenders a year about hydrology and water management. The others are
hydraulic constructions and navigation.



Taken these 15-20 tenders, 2,5 till 3 miljon euro a year



projects we have normally +/- 12 months, research projects mostly 24 months or longer (but not on a full
time basis of the researcher)
in ERA-Net constructions normally in between 100000 and 150000 per project,
Research projects,Other
implementation of fundamental research into applications
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector,Other
everybody can submit as long as the conditions of the tender are fullfilled (often acting as non-profit for
this project, handling over of results and models to the funding authority with the idea of make them
publicly available)
The programme itself is for the whole department of Mobility and Public Works and its agencies. In
total it’s more than 100 miljon euro but research is only a few % of it as it’s also for construction works,
dredging, …


Yes
official documents and summary in Dutch
Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


decision for a specific tender has to be taken the year before. It has to be on our budget lines and
approved by our director's board
Yes




Possible




Existing




Existing




real common pot in practice very difficult. virtual common pot is most flexible (from the administrative
point of view) and prefered

Belgium
Wouter Vanneuville
wouter.vanneuville@mow.vlaanderen.be


Käymäläseura Huussi ry. (KSH), Global Dry Toilet Association of Finland (GDTA)
Kauppakatu 11 C 2.krs.
Tampere
33200
Finland
358503012539
www.huussi.net, www.drytoilet.org
The Global Dry Toilet Association of Finland is a registered association founded 2002 in Tampere, Finland.
The objective of the association is to protect Finland's and the world's waters and to promote the
implementation of the natural nutritional cycle. Our vision is to make dry toilets an essential part of
sustainable development, thus securing clean waters and a healthy environment for future generations.
Our mission is to introduce functioning dry toilets together with controlled management of toilet waste
and to make people aware of the benefits of dry sanitation.

The Global Dry Toilet Association of Finland is a member of the WORLD TOILET ORGANIZATION SuSanA
Service Centre for Development Cooperation - KEPA Ekokumppanit Oy Finnish Water Forum




No




DT-technology and recycling of nutrients

Yes

Sanitation, agriculture




Planned
National




Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant
Mrs.
Mia
O'Neill




Finland

secretary@drytoilet.org


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


20000


No
Yes




Possible




Possible




Possible




Finland
Mia O'Neill
secretary@drytoilet.org


Finnish Environment Institute SYKE
PO Box 140
Helsinki
FI-00251
Finland
+358 20 610 123
www.ymparisto.fi
The Finnish Environment Institute is both a research institute and a centre for environmental expertise. Its
research focuses on changes in the environment and seeks ways to control these changes. Our expertise is
based on long-term environmental monitoring and wide-ranging research results. The laboratory of the
Finnish Environment Institute is the national reference laboratory which can perform a vast array of
determinations. There are more than 600 employees, with more than 400 having an academic degree.
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Research Programme on the Baltic Sea, freshwaters and water resources



Yes

As indicated in the title, it also deals with the problems of the Baltic Sea.
being constructed
1.12.2010
31.12.2013
Ongoing
National



For instance, Water Framework Directive, Marine Strategy Framework Directive, Flood Directive, HELCOM
Baltic Sea Action Plan, EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region


Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Prof.
Juha
Kämäri
PO Box 140
Helsinki
FI-00251
Finland
+358 40 545 6910
juha.kamari@environment.fi


No
Dr.
Petri
Ekholm
PO Box 140
Helsinki
FI-00251
Finland
+358 400 148 817
petri.ekholm@environment.fi




Research projects

Research Institutions
The Budget given above is an estimate of the ANNUAL personnel costs of experts involved in R&D working
in SYKE. SYKE does not finance research conducted elsewhere (exception: joint project with other
institutions)
7794802
The Budget given above is an estimate of the ANNUAL personnel costs of experts involved in R&D
working in SYKE. SYKE does not finance research conducted elsewhere (exception: joint project with
other institutions)


No
Except by joint projects in which SYKE is the principal partner
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Finland
Petri Ekholm
petri.ekholm@environment.fi

FFCUL - Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa (Foundation Faculty of Sciences -
University of Lisbon) [Research Managing Organisation]
Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa Edifício C1, 3º Piso - Campo Grande 1749-
016 Lisboa Portugal
Lisboa

Portugal
+351 217 500 032
www.fc.ul.pt [www.sim.ul.pt/cciam]
The FFCUL (Foundation of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, FCUL) is a private non-profit
organization, created in 1993 as an initiative of FCUL, to promote and facilitate scientific research,
technology and development services to society, and to organize qualified human resources training and
consulting expertise and knowledge dissemination. FFCUL acts as the front institution for scientific
collaboration of multiple research groups. Many of R&D activities are developed with international teams
and with both international and national funding. FFCUL acts as the contractual and administrative
authority on behalf of scientific research units or organizations and their investigators. All the research
and services are carried out by research units’ staff or by staff contracted by FFCUL strictly on their behalf.
The largest FFCUL clients are associated to FCUL research units (which integrated researchers from more
than 20 other Portuguese faculties and universities), but FFCUL can also support directly other universities
and laboratories. Currently, FFCUL manages over 400 projects and implements a professional (and
constantly audited) management of around 30 research centers, in the fields of Mathematics, Statistics
and Operational Research, Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geology, Geophysics, Space, Astronomy,
*Coordinator: CIRCLE-2 ERA-Net (FP7) [www.circle-era.eu] *Partner Institution: JPI Clik'EU *Partner
Institution: European Topic Centre - Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation (ETC-CCA/EEA)
[http://etc-cca.eionet.europa.eu/]




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




*Climate Change in Portugal - Scenarios, Impacts and Adaptation Measures - Phase I (SIAM I) *Climate
Change in Portugal - Scenarios, Impacts and Adaptation Measures - Phase II (SIAM II)




Yes

Climate; Coastal Zones; Agriculture; Human Health; Energy; Forests and Biodiversity; Fisheries.
http://www.siam.fc.ul.pt/
1/1/1999
12/31/2002
Completed
National
Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable


Prof.
Filipe Duarte
Santos




Portugal

fdsantos@siam.fis.fc.ul.pt


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




30
for the full duration of the SIAM I & SIAM II Programmes


8
for the full duration of the SIAM I & SIAM II Programmes




36
Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions

600.000 (300.000+300.000)
for the full duration of the SIAM I & SIAM II Programmes


No




No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Portugal
Tiago Capela Lourenço
tcapela@siam.fis.fc.ul.pt


The Office of Public Works
Jonathan Swift Street,
Trim
Meath
Ireland
+353 (0)469426000
www.opw.ie
The Office of Public Works is the lead State body in Ireland for Flood Risk Management. We have a
number of important roles including co-ordinating activities of Government Departments, Local
Authorities and other bodies and managing the implementation of the national flood risk management
policy. This is based on the report of the Flood Policy Review group, which was published in 2003 and
adopted by Government in 2004. The EU Floods Directive was passed in 2007. The Directive will require
Member States to undertake a number of measures, including the provision of flood risk maps within a
specified period. The Government decided in late 2008 to transfer the Coastal Zone Management Division
from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food to the OPW.

The OPW is actively involved in the ERA-Net CRUE second funding initiative for collaborative research
projects. One of the projects selected was UR-FLOOD (Understanding Uncertainty and Risk in
communicating about FLOODs), a proposal submitted by researchers from Scotland (lead
applicant/coordinator), Finland, Ireland, Italy and England. The OPW is funding the Irish partner (University
College Dublin – Centre for Water Resources Research). There was ongoing participation during 2010 in
the Flood Risk Management Research Consortium, a UK-based consortium that is in its second 4-year
programme (FRMRC2, 2008-12). The OPW is participating as a co-funder and is a member of the steering
group of Super Work Package 4 (Infrastructure Management).




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




The Flood Studies Update Programme



No




6/27/1905
7/4/1905
Ongoing
National

To produce methodologies for the estimation of design Flows and Design Rainfall
The report of the flood policy review group (2004)



Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Not Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
John
Martin
The Office of Public Works, Jonathan Swift Street,
Trim
Meath
Ireland
+353 (0)469426742
john.martin@opw.ie


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




15 for the FULL Programme



15 for the FULL Programme



€2 million for the FULL Programme
12 months



Dissemination,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


€2 million for the FULL Programme


No




Under the FSU programme there was no funding made available for transnational cooperation However,
the OPW do, on occasion get involved in other projects that make funding available for transnational
cooperation.
Yes




Possible




Existing




Possible




Virtual Common Pot


Ireland
Oliver Nicholson
Oliver.nicholson@opw.ie
The Belgian Federal Science Policy Office
Avenue Louise 231 Louizalaan
Brussels
1050
Belgium
+32.2.238.36.89
http://www.belspo.be/belspo/home/port_en.stm
The Belgian Federal Science Policy Office was previously known as the 'Federal Office for Scientific,
Technical and Cultural Affairs' (OSTC). This name change follows the Copernic reform of Belgium's federal
administration. The department's interventions cover a very broad area. It manages an annual budget of
about 513 million euro. Today, it has some 2.700 staff, 33% of whom are university graduates (Federal
average: 19%) and 55% of whom are contractual staff. There are more or less equal numbers of women
and men. The Federal Science Policy Office wants to be a Federal innovative administration with respect of
the environment, where creativity and excellence are at their best in supporting the policy decision
making and the services to the citizens.
The Federal Science Policy coordinates the Belgian participation to the management of the european
programmes activities with the Communities and Regions. It undertakes also a number of initiatives to
inform the researchers on the presented opportunities. The Federal Science Policy provides the Belgium's
contribution to the following intergovernmental research organisations: ECMWF, EMBL,ESO, ESRF,
EMETSAT, ILL, INCF.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Research programme “Science for a Sustainable Development” - SSD



Yes
The programme SSD is composed of 8 priority research areas: Energy, Transport and mobility, Agrofood,
Health and environment, Climate (including Antarctica), Biodiversity (including Antarctica and the North
Sea), Atmosphere and terrestrial and marine ecosystems (including Antarctica and the North Sea) and
Transversal Research.
http://www.belspo.be/belspo/ssd/index_en.stm
1/1/2005
12/31/2010
Ongoing
National
This research programme is the continuation of the first and second Scientific Support Plan for a
Sustainable Development Policy (SPSD I (1996-2001) and SPSD II (2000-2005)). Compared to SPSD I and II,
the Programme integrates new themes, namely "Health and Environment" and "Standardisation".




Not Applicable

Very Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Mohssine
El Kahloun
Avenue Louise 231 Louizalaan
Brussels
1050
Belgium
+32.2.238.36.89
elka@belspo.be


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




7



6
7




4 years



Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions


1,000,000 year


Yes
But only foreign organisation involved in projects coordinated by Belgian institution
Universities,Research Institutions




Yes




Not Allowable




Existing




Not Allowable
Belgium
Mohssine El Kahloun
elka@belspo.be


Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF
Wildhainweg 3
Bern
CH-3001
Switzerland
+41 31 308 22 22
www.snf.ch
The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) is the most important Swiss agency promoting scientific
research. It supports, as mandated by the Swiss Federal government, all disciplines, from philosophy and
biology to the nanosciences and medicine.
The SNSF is actively involved in discussions concerning the realisation of a European Research Area (ERA)
in which different levels of support for researchers would complement each other for the benefit of
science in Europe. In order to contribute to shaping the ERA, SNSF is a member of both the European
Science Foundation (ESF) and of EUROHORCs (European Heads of Research Councils), which it currently
chairs.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




National Research Programme "Sustainable Water Management" (NRP 61)



No



www.nrp61.ch
01.01.2010
31.12.2013
Ongoing
National
NRP 61 has the following goals. It will serve: - Development of scientific foundations, methods, and
strategies as well as initiation of solutions for future challenges in the area of use of water resources; -
Investigation of the effects of climate and social changes on water resources; - Examination of risk
management and user conflicts from a comprehensive perspective; - Development of efficient and
sustainable water resources management systems.




Not Applicable

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Dr.
Barbara
Flückiger
Wildhainweg 3
Bern
CH-3001
Switzerland
+41 31 308 22 22
bflueckiger@snf.ch


Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Prof.
Christian
Leibundgut
Wildhainweg 3
Bern
CH-3001
Switzerland
+41 31 308 22 22
nfp61@snf.ch


16



16
6.2 Mio




36

400'000 eruos
Dissemination,Research projects

Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector


9.4 Mio Euros


No




Yes




Possible




Possible




Possible
Switzerland
Barbara Flückiger
bflueckiger@snf.ch


Environmentalprotection and technology R&D programm (KESTA) - Archimedes Foundation
Vaike-Turu 8
Tartu
51013
Estonia
00372 730 0324
http://archimedes.ee/index.php?leht=10
Archimedes Foundation is an independent legal person established by the Estonian governmentin 1997
with the objective to coordinate and implement different international and national programmes and
projects in the field of training, education, research, t
Archimedes Foundation participates in 2 ERA-Net projects: ERA-Net Rus. 2008-2013,http://www.eranet-
rus.eu




Environmentalprotection and technology R&D program



Yes

1)Changesinenvironment and climate; 2) Environmental riskmanagement; 3) Environmentalinformation
and dataacquisition, monitoring; 4) Sustainableuse of naturalresources.


1/1/2011
12/31/2015
ongoing
National




EU waterdirective, WaterLaw, HELCOM, EnvironmentalActionPlan
Relevant

Very Relevant

Relevant

Relevant


Mr
Ivar
Puura
Väike-Turu 8
Tartu
51013
Estonia
00372 7300 608
ivar.puura@archimedes.ee


Yes




12




2 projects(4years)




300 000 €(4 years)




48months

150 000 €
Researchprojects

Universities, Research Institutions


6697570€(5 years)


Yes
As partners

Universities, ResearchInstitutions, Private sector




No




Not Allowable




NotAllowable




NotAllowable




Estonia
Madis Saluveer
Madis.saluveer@archimedes.ee


Health R&D programm (TerVE) - Archimedes Foundation
Vaike-Turu 8
Tartu
51013
Estonia
00372 730 0324
http://archimedes.ee/index.php?leht=10
Archimedes Foundation is an independent legal person established by the Estonian governmentin 1997
with the objective to coordinate and implement different international and national programmes and
projects in the field of training, education, research, t
Archimedes Foundation participates in 2 ERA-Net projects: ERA-Net Rus 2008-2013,http://www.eranet-
rus.eu




YES




Health R&D program



YES

1)Lifestylechanges and influencingfactors; 2) Environmentalrisks and theirinfluence on peole; 3)
Healthinformation and dataacquisition; 4) Health Technologies; 5) Health R&D developmentplan


1/1/2011
12/31/2015
ongoing
National




Relevant

Very Relevant

Very Relevant

NotApplicable
EU waterdirective, WaterLaw, HELCOM, EnvironmentalActionPlan


Mr
Assar
Luha
Väike-Turu 8
Tartu
51013
Estonia
00372 7300 608
assar.luha@archimedes.ee


Yes




9




2 projects(4 years)




300 000 €(4 years)




24months

150 000 €
Researchprojects,

Universities, ResearchInstitutions
6 004 707€(5 years)


Yes
As partners
Universities, ResearchInstitutions, Private sector




No




Not Allowable




NotAllowable




NotAllowable




Estonia
Madis Saluveer
Madis.saluveer@archimedes.ee


Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN), Ministry of Science and Innovation
Albacete, 5
Madrid
                                                                                  28027
Spain
+ 34 916 037 162
www.micinn.es
MICINN is the Ministry responsible for research, development and innovation in Spain. It runs
programmes on these activities, and actively cooperates with the regional governments on these issues.
The Ministry has a Directorate General for Research and Management of the National Research,
Development and Innovation Plan. Another Directorate General deals with International Affairs. Both
Directorate Generals are directly related to the Joint Programming Activities. Evaluation of research and
development proposals partially relies on ANEP, the National Agency for Evaluation and Prospective. This
Governmental Agency applies peer review processes.

MICINN paticipates in about thirty ERA-Nets, and is Engaged in nine out the the ten Joint Programming
Activities. MICINN coordinates "Water Challenges for a Changing World", as well as the ERA-Net SEASERA,
and co-coordinates "Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans". MICINN is therefore heavily engaged in all
these activities, and considers them very relevant to its policy.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




Within the Plan Nacional de I+D+i (PN) - Spanish National Plan for Research, Development and Innovation -
water innovation activities target private companies and public research organizations




Yes
The research programme covers all areas of science and technology. There are no scientific priorities as
such, although the Plan has estabilished five major horizontal strategic areas: 1) Health, 2) Biotechnology,
3) Energy and climate change, 4) Information technologies, and 5) Nanoscience and new industrial
materials and processes.
http://www.micinn.es
                                                                                                        2008
                                                                                                        2011
Ongoing
National

The current National Plan represents a continuation and refinement of previous National Plans dating
from 1988. During these years, administrative procedures have changed to provide more flexibility to
scientists, evaluation procedures have been refined and the requirements of scientific excellence have
increased. The Plan has aways represented the major opportunity for RTD funding at the National level,
alhtough in the last 15 years the research funding capacity of the regional governments has increased.
Since the plan has not set scientific priorities, all areas of knowledge are equally relevant. Scientific quality
is used for ex-ante evaluation.
The National Plan does not establish drivers for water research, other than scientific excellence and
contribution to priority sectors and global challenges


Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Ms.
Margarita
Segarra
Albacete, 5
Madrid
                                                                                                        28027
Spain
+ 34 914 959 554
pedro.prado@micinn.es


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




Actions of different nature, difficult to average




Actions of different nature, difficult to average




2.6 M € per year
About three years

Actions of different nature, difficult to average
Innovation projects
Projects such as the INNPACTO programme (previously known as "proyectos singulares estratégicos".
Support to Technology Platforms
Private companies, with the possible support of public research institutions


2.6 M € per year


No




No




Not Allowable




Existing




Existing




Virtual Common Pot

Spain
Pedro Prado
pedro.prado@micinn.es
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN), Ministry of Science and Innovation
Albacete 5
Madrid
                                                                                                      28027
Spain
+ 34 916 037 162
www.micinn.es
MICINN is the Ministry responsible for research, development and innovation in Spain. It runs
programmes on these activities, and actively cooperates with the regional governments on these issues.
The Ministry has a Directorate General for Research and Management of the National Research,
Development and Innovation Plan. Another Directorate General deals with International Affairs. Both
Directorate Generals are directly related to the Joint Programming Activities. Evaluation of research and
development proposals partially relies on ANEP, the National Agency for Evaluation and Prospective. This
Governmental Agency applies peer review processes.

MICINN paticipates in about thirty ERA-Nets, and is Engaged in nine out the the ten Joint Programming
Activities. MICINN coordinates "Water Challenges for a Changing World", as well as the ERA-Net SEASERA,
and co-coordinates "Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans". MICINN is therefore heavily engaged in all
these activities, and considers them very relevant to its policy.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)




CDTI (Centre for technological and Industrial Development). It targets private companies and promotes
development and innovation in all fields of technology




Yes
The programme covers all areas of technology. There are no scientific priorities as such, although CDTI is
organized in scientific programmes
http://www.cdti.es/
2008
2011
Ongoing
National
The current National Plan represents a continuation and refinement of previous National Plans dating
from 1988. During these years, administrative procedures have changed to provide more flexibility to
Private Companies, and evaluation procedures have been refined.
All fields of technology are targeted by CDTI

CDTI is concerned with the technological and industrial development in general.




Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Relevant

Mr.
Juan Tomás
Hernani
Cid 4
Madrid
28001
Spain
+ 34 91 581 55 00
info@cdti.es


Yes (if YES go to the next page)




38 projects per year




1781 projects per year
5.39 M € per year




24 months

Actions of different nature, difficult to average
Demonstration, Others
Development and Innovation aspects undertaken by private companies
Private sector


1,011 M € per year



No




No




Not Allowable




Possible




Not Allowable
Spain
Miguel Valle
valle_miguel@cdti.es
nd Development Research; Food Research
*Research Funding Organisation Name



Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English



*Postal Address




*City




County / Zip Code




*Country




Telephone (including international code)




Website (Organisation related)




*Short description of the organisation (250 Words Max )



Role in other international networks (ERA-net, JPI, etc.)
(250 Words Max )


Financing Organisation of the Research Programme
(i.e. Parent organisation supporting the Research
Programme )


*Same contact details as Research Funding
Organisation?
Organisation Name



Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English



Postal Address




Research Programme related to Water Research




*Name of Research Programme



Full Name & Acronym (if applicable) & Full Name
translated into English


*Does the above Research Programme include other
thematic areas than Water


If Yes, please list other thematic areas covered by the
Research Programme



Website (Programme related)




Start date (dd/mm/yyyy)




End date (dd/mm/yyyy)




*State of progress
*Level




Previous relevant Programmes




Other priorities of your Water RTD Programme


What are the important drivers (e.g. policy, legislation,
etc.) for Water research activities in the Research
Programme?


Water Research Priorities



*Is Bio-based Economy research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?


*Is Sustainable Ecosystems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?


*Is Healthier Water Systems research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?


*Is Closing the Water Cycle research a priority for your
Water RTD Programme?



Research Programme Manager




*Salutation




*First Name
*Surname




Postal Address




City




County / Zip Code




*Country




Telephone (including international code)




*Email




Scientific Programme Manager



*Same contact details as Research Programme
Manager?



Salutation




First Name




Surname
Postal Address




City




County / Zip Code




Country




Telephone (including international code)




Email




Financial Information - Funded Projects



Total number of fully or partly funded projects (any
topic)



( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)



Total number of fully or partly funded projects related to
the Water JPI themes



( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)



Total budget for projects related to the Water JPI
themes in euros
( only projects over €10,000 should be considered)



Average duration of a project in months (per project
type where relevant)


Average budget of a project in euros (per project type
where relevant)



*Which types of projects can be funded?




Explanation if Other




*Who can submit proposals?




Explanation if Other




*Total Budget of the Research Programme in euros




International Cooperation



*Is it possible to fund foreign organisations within the
programme?



Explanation




If Yes, which type of organisations can be funded?
Explanation




Which obligations have to be fulfilled in this respect?



*Is it possible for the Research Programme to allocate
budget for a transnational activity?



Explanation


What kind of funding structures with regard to trans-
national cooperation exist, or are possible in your
organisation?


*Real Common Pot


The real common pot, in which countries pool their
national contributions to a common and centrally
administered call budget


*Virtual Common Pot


The virtual common pot (or distributed common pot), in
which countries and regions pay for their own
participants


and which does not involve trans-national flows of
national funding



*Mixed Mode


The mixed mode is a blend of the above-described types
of funding and requires a joint ranking list as the
evaluation result
Which of these is/are the preferred funding structure/s
in your organisation?



Please enter your contact details




*Country




*Full Name of Contact Person




*Email of Contact Person
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)




Johnstown Castle Estate, PO Box 3000, Wexford




Wexford




Wexford




Ireland




353 539160600




www.epa.ie
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is an
independent public body set up under legislation (EPA
Act 1992) with the sponsorship of Department of
Environment Heritage and Local Government. Its mission
is to EPA has participated in a number of ERA-Net
The promote and implement the highest practicable
projects. These include: * SKEP (FP6), * ENVHEALTH ERA
net (FP7), * CIRCLE2 (FP7) and CIRCLE (FP6) * ECO-
INNOVERAnet (FP7) The EPA is also involved in the JPI
Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe (CliK’EU)




No
DDepartment of the Environment, Heritage & Local
Government (DEHLG)




Custom House Dublin 1 Ireland




Science, Technology, Research & Innovation for the
Environment (STRIVE)




Yes
Climate Change Environment & Health Cleaner
Production including Environmental Technologies Waste
Management, Chemicals and Resources Soils & Land Use
Socio-Economic Sectoral Impacts on Biodiversity Air
Quality, Atmospheric Deposition & Noise




www.epa.ie/researchandeducation/research




                                              1/1/2007




                                           12/31/2013




Ongoing
National

ERTDI Programme 2000-2006. EPA Research
Commitments of €55m. Thematic Areas covered similar
to those in STRIVE above.
Support for WFD implementation. Development of
water quality monitoring sensors Development of
Guidance documentation Socio-Economics (incl. Costs of
Inaction) Ecological Quality


Implementation of the Water Framework; Marine
Framework; Groundwater Directives in Ireland




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Brian
Donlon




EPA Regional Inspectorate




Inniscarra




Cork




Ireland




353 21 4860831




b.donlon@epa.ie




No




Dr.




Alice




Wemaere
Environmental Protection Agency McCumiskey House
Clonskeagh Road, Richview




Dublin




Dublin 14




Ireland




353 1 268 0146




a.wemaere@epa.ie




318 (since start of Programme i.e. for the period 2007-
2010)




57 (since start of Programme i.e. for the period 2007-
2010)




14.08 million committed (since start of Programme i.e.
for the period 2007-2010)
The different types of projects funded through the
programme are shown below: Project-based Awards *
Capability Development: 48-60 months * Large-Scale: 36-
48 months * Medium-Scale: 24-36 months * Desk-Study:
6-12different Researcher-basedfunded through the
The months types of projects Awards * Masters
programme are shown below: Project-based Awards *
Capability Development: in excess of €1,000,000 * Large-
Scale: up to €1,000,000 * Medium-Scale: up to €350,000
* Desk-Study: up to €100,000 Researcher-based Awards




Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects on
Note on VAT: Our programme is generally based
funding research by grant award and so is not subject to
VAT. When funding is provided in the basis of a supplied
service then VAT is payable (this is not often used in our
organisation in relation to research)




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector

Funding Rates - Direct Costs: Third-level Institutions:
100% Other Public bodies: 75% Private Organisations
SME: 75% Non SME: 50%


c. 100,000,000 (For the FULL duration of the programme
(i.e. 2007-2013))




Yes


Applicants from foreign organisation can apply to Call for
Research Proposals




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
Same funding rates apply




Same selection procedures apply




Yes




Existing




Existing




Possible
Virtual Common Pot




Ireland




Alice Wemaere




a.wemaere@epa.ie
IRCSET: Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering
and Technology



Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road




Ballsbridge




Dublin 4




Ireland




353 1 231 5000




www.ircset.ie


The Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering &
Technology forms a Board of senior academic and
industrial figures. IRCSET operates multi-million euro
research funding initiatives which support talented
researchersto IRCSET’s role in the Science and Society
In addition in their early stage career formation across
programme of the European Commission’s Framework
Programmes, the Council is involved a number of
activities at European level, including European Research
Area Networks (ERA-NETs) and the European Science




No
Department of Education and Skills




Department of Education and Skills Head Office,
Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, Ireland




INSPIRE: IRCSET-Marie Curie International Mobility
Fellowships in Science Engineering and Technology




Yes



Basic research and development in science, engineering
and technology



www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=77




40057




41274




Ongoing
National




Research interests and existing knowledge base of
applicant pool of experienced doctoral graduates




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Jennifer
Brennan



IRCSET, Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue,
Shelbourne Road



Ballsbridge




Dublin 4




Ireland




353 1 231500




fellowships@ircset.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
50 Number of projects for the full duration of the
programme (three years)




3 Number of projects for the full duration of the
programme (three years)




684000 Budget for full duration of the programme
(three years)
33 months




205,000




Research projects




Other




Postdoctoral researchers



€10,185,000 approx. Budget for full duration of the
programme (three years)




No


Although INSPIRE Fellows spend a minimum of 18
months in a research institution abroad, only the Fellows
themselves receive funding, not their host laboratories
No




Existing




Possible




Not Allowable
Ireland




Matthew Diskin




mdiskin@ircset.ie
Dept Env Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)




Ergon House, Horseferry Road,




London




SW1P 2AL




United Kingdom




Government Department



Various eranets mostly in conjunction with the
Environment Agency of England & Wales




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Water Availability & Water Quality




No




Ongoing
National




Integrated catchment management Reforming water
management Adapting & mitigating climate change


EU Directives most notably the Water Framework
Directive UK Government Priorities




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Mr.




Stuart
Kirk



Defra Water Availability & Quality Programme, Area 2B,
Ergon House, Horseferry Road



London




SW1P 2AL




United Kingdom




stuart.kirk@defra.gsi.gov.uk




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
      20




      20




2,500,000
18 months




125,000




Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




2,500,000




Yes




But often contractually difficult




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
Defra terms and conditions




Yes




Often contractually difficult




Possible




Possible




Possible
Virtual common pot due to practical difficulties of the
others




United Kingdom




Stuart Kirk




stuart.kirk@defra.gsi.gov.uk
Marine Institute




Renville Oranmore




Oranmore




Co. Galway




Ireland




353 91 387200




www.marine.ie


The Marine Institute is the national agency responsible
for Marine Research, Technology Development and
Innovation (RTDI). We seek to assess and realise the
economic potential of Ireland's marine resource;
promote the sustainable development of marine
Marine Institute are a partner on the SEAS-ERA (Era-Net)
Project Inputting (via DAFF) into the Food & Health JPI
Inputting directly into Oceans JPI




No
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food




Clogheen, Clonakilty, Co. Cork. IRELAND




Marine Research Sub-Programm (National Development
Plan 2007-2013)




Yes


Marine Food (Fisheries Resources, Aquaculture,
Seaweed and Seafood Processing) Offshore Oil & Gas
Shipping & Maritime Transport Marine
Biodiscovery/Biotechnology (Including Functional Food)
Marine Technology Renewable Ocean Energy Marine

http://www.marine.ie/home/research/MIFunded/




1/1/2007




12/31/2013




Ongoing
National



Marine RTDI Measure (National Development Plan 2000-
2006)

N.B. The above is based on the interpretation of the
Water JPI as being related to the terrestrial and
freshwater elements of the water cycle. The programme
funds some applicable elements: 1) Advanced Marine
Technologies (with freshwater applications) 2)
Water Framework Directive Marine Strategy Framework
Directive Habitats & Birds Directives




Not Applicable




Very Relevant




Not Applicable




Not Applicable




Mr.




Aengus
Parsons




Renville Oranmore




Oranmore




Co. Galway




Ireland




353 91 387200




aengus.parsons@marine.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
80 since 01/01/2007




3 since 01/01/2007




2.5m since 01/01/2007
Demo projects 12-24 Months Research projects 3-7
years


PhD - €100k Post-Doc - €400-600k Research Project -
€0.5-2m Demo project €100-200k



Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




Total Commitment to date €53m since 01/01/2007
Annual Expenditure circa €7.5-9m.




Yes



Non-Irish organisations may partner with Irish research
performers, but not lead a project.



Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Ireland




Aengus Parsons




aengus.parsons@marine.ie
Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk
Onderzoek (NWO) / Netherlands Organisation for
Scientific Research


P.O. Box 93138




The Hague




2509 AC




Netherlands




+31 (0)70 344 06 40




www.nwo.nl


NWO, The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific
Research, has several core tasks: * NWO is the largest
financer of scientific innovation in the Netherlands and
operates as an intermediary between researchers,
(international) science centres and society; * NWO
NWO is the secretary for the Netherlands for for several
ERA-NET's.
(http://www.nwo.nl/nwohome.nsf/pages/NWOA_6KYH
4N_Eng) NWO is also following all JPI's, and acting as (NL-
)secretary for a few of these.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
NWO-thema Water en Klimaat / NWO-theme Water &
Climate.




Yes




Climate Change.




Under development




2011




2014




Planned
National




NWO Theme Sustainable Earth Research




Policy. (Fundamental) research.




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Mr.




Bernard
Westerop




NWO / ALW P.O. Box 93510




The Hague




2509 AM




Netherlands




-3440676




b.westerop@nwo.nl




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
                 5




                 5




Not yet known.
36-48.


Personnel costs per PhD-student or Postdoc ~keuro 200.
Furthermore costs for research, however, within certain
limits.


Research projects




N/A.




Universities,Research Institutions




N/A.




Under discussion.




Yes


Cooperation as well as competition are important for
stimulating excellence in research and for gaining
groundbreaking results. That is a major reason for NWO
to encourage international cooperation. Cooperative
ventures allow top researchers and research groups

Universities,Research Institutions
According to standard NWO policy.




According to standard NWO policy.




Yes


Selection of projects on scientific quality and innovative
aspect. Peer review by international renowned scientists
is mandatory. Furthermore, the programme has to be
approved by a scientific board at NWO.




Possible




Possible




Possible
All are possible, and the preference depends on the
nature of the programme as well as the participating
countries which do have laws of their own which not
always allow all the above options. However, being the
Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, the




Netherlands




Bernard Westerop




b.westerop@nwo.nl
Science Foundation Ireland




Wilton Park House, Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland




Dublin




Dublin 2




Ireland




00353 01 607 3200




http://www.sfi.ie/


Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) was established in 2000
as the national foundation for research in Ireland. SFI
invests in academic researchers and research teams who
are most likely to generate new knowledge, leading edge
technologies and competitive enterprises in the fields of
FI on the Management Board of JPI on
Neurodegeneration and A Healthy diet for a Healthy Life.
SFI is NCP for NanoSci-E+ ERANET and SIINN ERANET




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Research Frontiers Programme




Yes




All areas of science, engineering and mathematics



http://www.sfi.ie/funding/funding-calls/closed-
calls/research-frontiers-programme/


RFP has an annual call. Current call closed 21 Sept -
proposal currently under review




Ongoing
National




RFP has an annual call - first run in 2004.




n/a


Our key drivers are to generate new knowledge, leading
edge technologies and competitive enterprises through
all our research activities.




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Wendy
McLoone



Science Foundation Ireland, Wilton Park House, Wilton
Place



Dublin




Dublin 2




Ireland




00353 (0)1 6073063




wendy.mcloone@sfi.ie




No




Dr.




Marion




Boland
Science Foundation Ireland, Wilton Park House, Wilton
Place



Dublin




Dublin 2




Ireland




00353 (0)1 6073216




marion.boland@sfi.ie




383 PI Award since 2002, covering all areas of ICT,
biotechnology & energy and 824 RFP projects since
2004 in all areas of science and engineering.




20 projects funded to date; 18 RFP since 2004 and 2 PI
since 2002




€4.6m investment to date; €3.4m RFP since 2004 &
€1.2m PI since 2002
Awards typically 36-48 months



RFP total avg. budget per project €192k; PI total avg.
budget per project €624k



Research projects




Universities




~€573m in PI Programme since 2002; ~€156m in RFP
Programme since 2004




No
No




Not Allowable




Existing




Not Allowable
Virtual Common Pot: Existing - US-Ireland R&D
Partnership Programme
http://www.sfi.ie/funding/funding-calls/open-calls/us-
ireland-rd-partnership-programme/




Ireland




Wendy McLoone




wendy.mcloone@sfi.ie
Teagasc - the Agriculture and Food Development
Authority



Teagasc Oak Park




Carlow




Carlow




Ireland




3.53599E+12




www.teagasc.ie


Teagasc is the agriculture and food development
authority in Ireland. Its mission is to support science-
based innovation in the agri-food sector and the broader
bioeconomy that will underpin profitability,
competitiveness and food security and climate change:
1. JPI on Agriculture, sustainability. The principal
Workpackage leader (WP5) 2. Project Leader, WP Leader
and Participant in FP7-projects 3. Participant in
INTERREG and COST projects 4. Irish Representative to
European Soil Bureau Network (JRC)




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Teagasc Walsh Fellowship Scheme




Yes




Crops, Environment and Land Use Research; Grassland and Animal Research; Rural Economics and Development Research; Food R




http://www.teagasc.ie/research/postgrad/index.asp




ongoing




ongoing




Ongoing
National




1. Evaluation of Nitrates Action Plan: full scientific
evaluation of effectiveness of measures in Nitrates
Action Plan and identification of “effectiveness-gaps”; 2.
Hydrology / lag time: quantification of temporal patterns
of nutrient transfer and National Nitrates Action Plan -
- Nitrates Directive to inform expectations of
Water Framework Directive and River Basin District
Management Plans - Habitat Directive and National
Biodiversity Plan




Not Applicable




Very Relevant




Relevant




Not Relevant




Dr.




Rogier
Schulte




Teagasc Johnstown Castle




Wexford




Wexford




Ireland




3.53539E+11




rogier.schulte@teagasc.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
130 currently ongoing




                        7




€147,000
36 to 48




64,500 to 86,000




Research projects




Universities




€ 2.4 million per annum




Yes


Foreign Universities can apply to our Walsh Fellowship
scheme:
http://www.teagasc.ie/research/postgrad/index.asp


Universities,Research Institutions
Foreign Universities can apply to our Walsh Fellowship
scheme:
http://www.teagasc.ie/research/postgrad/index.asp
- Successful application by foreign university to Teagasc
Walsh Fellowship Scheme. - Or: foreign university /
research institute is partner or sub-contractor in
collaborative, externally funded research project.


Yes




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
N/A




Ireland




Rogier Schulte




rogier.schulte@teagasc.ie
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food




Agriculture House Kildare St




Dublin2




Ireland




Government Department- Administers three competitive
research programmes, Food Instituitonal Research
Measure (FIRM), Research Stimulus Fund (RSF) and
COFORD (Competitive Forest Research for Development)
Leading Ireland's involvement in the Joint Programming
Iniative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate
Change (FACCE). Also involved in "A healthy diet for a
Healthy life" JPI and a number of ERA-Nets including
Wood Wisdom and Core Organic.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Research Stimulus Fund (RSF)




Yes



Climate change, Agri-Economy, Animal Biosciences, Plant
Biosciences.


http://www.agriculture.gov.ie/research/researchstimulu
sfundrsf/


Stimulus has been ongoing since mid 90s, however it
was not till 2005 that serious resources were
committed to it.




Ongoing
National




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Mr.




Dale
Crammond




Ireland




dale.crammond@agriculture.gov.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
85 projects since 2005




15 projects since 2005




est. € 10m since 2005
665k




Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




€43.5m since 2005




Yes



Northern Ireland Research Institutes can be funded
under Stimulus



Universities,Research Institutions
No




Possible




Existing




Possible
Well not applicable to our National Funding Programmes
such as RSF. The model adopted in the ERA Nets so far
seems to be the virtual common pot.




Ireland




Dale Crammond




dale.crammond@agriculture.gov.ie
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry




PO BOX 30




HELSINKI




FI-00023




Finland




www.mmm.fi


The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry steers the policy
on sustainable use of natural resources. Legislative work
is carried out as part of the Finnish Government and the
EU institutions and decision-making. Renewable natural
resources derive from the renewal capacity of the nature




No
MTT Agrifood Research




MTT FI-31600 Jokioinen FINLAND tel. + 358 3 41 881, fax
+ 358 3 4188 2222 firstname.lastname@mtt.fi




Water Friendly Agriculture (Vesistöystävällinen
maatalous)




No




1/1/2008




12/31/2012




Ongoing
National




Closure of nutrient cycles in agriculture



WFD, Agri-environment programme in Finland, Baltic Sea
related commitments




A minor priority




A minor priority




A minor priority




An important priority




Prof.




Eila
Turtola




MTT Agrifood Research (same as early)




Finland




eila.turtola@mtt.fi




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
31




11




907500
Annual budget, €/year, year 2009 as example
36



105000
Annual average budget per project, €



Research projects




Water Friendly Agriculture is an internal research
programme funded by MTT Agrifood Research Finland.
Only MTT employees can submit proposals.




3 248 000
Annual budget, €/year, year 2009 as example




Yes




Universities, research institutes
Funded research has to be in the interest of MTT
Agrifood Research Finland



Yes




Possible




Possible




Possible
Finland




Eero Pehkonen




eero.pehkonen@mmm.fi
Academy of Finland (AKA)




POB 99 (Vilhonvuorenkatu 6) FI-00501 Helsinki Finland




Helsinki




Finland




The Academy of Finland is the prime funding agency for
basic research in Finland. The Academy of Finland’s
mission is to finance high-quality scientific research, act
as a science and science policy expert, and strengthen
the position of science and research. The Academy funds




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Sustainable Management of Aquatic Resources (AKVA)




No




www.aka.fi/akva




1/1/2013




12/31/2016




Planned
National




- Surface and groundwater and their ecosystems; change
drivers and pressures - Surface and groundwater and
their ecosystems; impacts and measurement - Societal
response potential


policy




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Paavo-Petri
Ahonen




Academy of Finland POB 99




Helsinki




FI-00501




Finland




paavo-petri.ahonen@aka.fi




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
      30




       6




2,000,000
48




300,000




Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




10,000,000




No
Yes




Possible




Existing




Possible
Finland




Paavo-Petri Ahonen




paavo-petri.ahonen@aka.fi
The Research Council of Norway (RCN)




P.O.Box 2700 St. Hanshaugen




Oslo




131




Norway




+47 22037000



www.forskningsradet.no/en/Home_page/11773157539
06

The Research Council is Norway's official body for the
development and implementation of national research
strategy. The Council is responsible for enhancing
Norway's knowledge base and for promoting basic and
applied research and innovation in order to help meet
Member of 32 ERA-nets under FP6, and some under FP7.
Coordinator of JPI Oceans Member of MB in 3 JPIs
Observer in 6 JPIs




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Norwegian Environmental research towards 2015
(MILJO2015)




Yes




Pollutants: POPs, heavy metals, pesticides, eutropication


http://www.forskningsradet.no/servlet/Satellite?c=Page
&cid=1224697848161&p=1224697848161&pagename=
miljo2015%2FHovedsidemal


1/1/2007




12/31/2016




Ongoing
National




Wild Salmon related research



National policy and user needs, EU Water Framework
Directive




Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Very Relevant




Mr.




Per
Backe-Hansen




Norway




pbh@rcn.no




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
                                    98




                                    13




580 000 (for full project period)
36 months




530000 (for full project period)




Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




8 mill Euros per year




No
May for instance contribute to funding a international
secretariat



Yes




Possible




Existing




Existing
Real common pot is possible, but require ministerial
approval. Mostly in areas of urgent national priority.




Norway




Per Backe-Hansen




pbh@rcn.no
Enterprise Ireland




Enterprise Ireland, East Point Business Park




Dublin




                                                             3




Ireland




353 1 7272000




www.enterprise-ireland.com
Enterprise Ireland is the Government agency in Ireland
responsible for supporting Irish businesses in the
manufacturing and internationally traded service
sectors. Specifically, Enterprise Ireland helps businesses
to start-up, innovate and ultimately, to achieve global


Enterprise Ireland has a role on several ERA-nets across
europe of strategic importance




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Commercialisation fund - Proof of Concept & Technology
Development




Yes




ICT, LifeSciences, Bio and Industrial Technologies

http://www.enterprise-ireland.com/en/Funding-
Supports/Researcher/Funding-to-Commercialise-
Research/Commercialisation-Fund.html




Ongoing
National




ATRP - Advanced Tecnology Research programme




Product development




Applied Research




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Ms.




Majella
Maher




Programme Manager, Enterprise Ireland Galway Office




Galway




Galway




Ireland




+353 91 735927




commercialisation.fund@enterprise-ireland.com




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
40 per year




8 to date




€1.4 million approx to date ( The scheme has been
running for 5 years)
This is an approximate figure. The general funding
scheme is in the area of Industrial technologies of
which Water and Waste Water is a technology
12-18 months for Proof of Concept , 24 - 36 months for
Commercialisation Fund
These dates are ongoing - There are 3 calls a year. The
scheme has been running for 5 years


120K for Proof of Concept & 300K for Technology
Development




Demonstration,Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




approximately €10 million per annum (varying)




No




This is a national fund only
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Ireland




Paul Butler




paul.butler@enterprise-ireland.com
Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), Department of
Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (DCENR)




Beggars Bush Haddington Road Dublin 4




Dublin




Dublin




Ireland




00353 (0)16782000




www.gsi.ie
The Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), founded in 1845,
is Ireland's National Earth Science Agency. It is
responsible for providing geological advice and
information, and for the acquisition of data for this
purpose. GSI produces a range of products including




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Griffith Geoscience Research Award




Yes




marine and coastal, petroleum, geophysics


http://www.gsi.ie/Geoscience+Initiatives/Griffith+Geosci
ence+Research+Awards.htm




                                              6/1/2007




                                            12/31/2013




Ongoing
National




None

To develop models for the behaviour of groundwater,
including the impacts of climate change and intensifying
infrastructure on future groundwater supplies




Legislation (WFD)




Not Applicable




Very Relevant




Not Relevant




Not Relevant




Mr.




Koen
Verbruggen




GSI, DCENR Beggars Bush Haddington Road Dublin 4




Dublin




Dublin




Ireland




00353 (0)1 6782864




koen.verbruggen@gsi.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
7
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007




2
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007




€4.9M
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007
72 (7 years)




€2M




Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




€10M
TO-DATE since 01/06/2007




Yes




Northern Ireland Only




Universities,Research Institutions
All Ireland projects




Yes




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Direct government funding.




Ireland




Mary Carter




mary.carter@gsi.ie
Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego (MNiSzW) -
Ministry of Science and Higher Education




1/3 Wspólna Street




Warsaw




00-529




Poland




(+48 22)-529-27-18




www.nauka.gov.pl
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Polish:
Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego) in Poland
was opened on 5 May 2006 by the Minister of Science
and Higher Education, in replacement of several parts of
the Ministry of Education and Science. The Minister of




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
MNiSzW - Ekologia i Ochrona Przyrody (Ecology &
Environmental Protection)




Yes




Ecology Biodiversity Landscape Ecosystems




Ongoing
National




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Mr.




Jarosław
Oliwa




Poland




sekretariat.de@nauka.gov.pl




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




6.250.000 euro




No
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Poland




Maciej Zalewski




mzal@biol.uni.lodz.pl
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of
Turkey-TUBITAK




TUBİTAK - Tunus Caddesi No:80




Ankara




                                                       6100




Turkey




0090 312 468 53 00




www.tubitak.gov.tr agency for management, funding
TUBITAK is the leading
and conduct of research in Turkey. It was established in
1963 with a mission to advance science and technology,
conduct research and support Turkish researchers. The
Council ishas autonomous institution and isProjects as by
TUBITAK an been involved in 34 ERA-NET governed
partner or work package leader such as Black Sea, SEAS
ERA, CIR2CLE, Urban-net, WoodWisdomNet 2, CORNET,
E-RARE projects. TUBITAK has been involved in all JPI
themes as a member country and TUBITAK has a role of




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Programme Title (1509 - International Industrial R&D
Projects Grant Programme)




Yes

Biotechnology, Agriculture, Food, Environment,
Mechanics, Information Science, Chemical Technologies,
Materials Science, Electrics and Electronics




http://www.tubitak.gov.tr/teydeb/




                                                   1995




2010 - The programme has not a fixed duration




Ongoing
National




Reuse of treated water in industry, wastewater
treatment, agricultural water use


National policies, priority research areas determinde by
the Supreme Council for Science and Technology (SCST)




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Prof.




Omer
Cebeci




TUBITAK - Tunus Caddesi No:80




Ankara




                                           6100




Turkey




                                   903124685300




ertan.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
36 Annual no of projects




0 - The programme has not funded
water related projects up to now however it is open to
virtual common pot and it is
possible to fund international water projects in the
future.




0 - The programme has not funded
water related projects up to now however it is open to
virtual common pot and it is
possible to fund international water projects in the
future.
36




500,000 €




Other




Innovation and industrial R&D projects




Private Sector




15000000 Annual €/year




No
Large companies and SMEs can apply for this
programme and universities and research institutes can
only be funded by subcontracting.




Yes

SMEs can receive funds as 75% of all eligible R&D costs
and large companies receive funds as 60 % of all eligible
R&D costs.




Not Allowable




Existing




Not Allowable
Virtual Common Pot




Turkey




Ertan Durmusoglu




ertan.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN), Ministry of
Science and Innovation




Albacete, 5




Madrid




                                                  28027




Spain




+ 34 916 037 162




www.micinn.es
MICINN is the Ministry responsible for research,
development and innovation in Spain. It runs
programmes on these activities, and actively cooperates
with the regional governments on these issues. The
Ministry paticipates in about thirty ERA-Nets, and is
MICINN has a Directorate General for Research and
Engaged in nine out the the ten Joint Programming
Activities. MICINN coordinates "Water Challenges for a
Changing World", as well as the ERA-Net SEASERA, and
co-coordinates "Healthy and Productive Seas and




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Within the Plan Nacional de I+D+i (PN) - Spanish National
Plan for Research, Development and Innovation - water
research is mainly funded through the National
Programme for Fundamental Research. Other
Programmes related to Innovation or International




Yes research programme covers all areas of science and
The
technology. There are no scientific priorities as such,
although the Plan has estabilished five major horizontal
strategic areas: 1) Health, 2) Biotechnology, 3) Energy
and climate change, 4) Information technologies, and 5)




http://www.micinn.es




                                                    2008




                                                    2011




Ongoing
National
The current National Plan represents a continuation and
refinement of previous National Plans dating from 1988.
During these years, administrative procedures have
changed to provide more flexibility to scientists,
evaluation procedures have been refined and the

Since the plan has not set scientific priorities, all areas of
knowledge are equally relevant. Scientific quality is used
for ex-ante evaluation.

The National Plan does not establish drivers for water
research, other than scientific excellence and
contribution to priority sectors and global challenges




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Prof.




Montserrat
Torné




Ramirez de Arellano, 29




Madrid




                                   28027




Spain




+ 34 916 037 162




dgi@micinn.es




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
3400 per year




115 per year




13 M € per year
                                                       36




                                                 115,000




Research projects
Scientific as well as tecnology driven research. Other
areas of the National Plan fund actions in
Demonstration, public-private collaborative projects or
Industry driven research.




Universities,Research Institutions,Other




Technological centres and private non profit institutions




370 M € per year




No
Cooperation with International researchers is foreseen,
but in general these can not have a budget under the
Programme. They could eventually be funded as
subcontractors within a Project. This could only apply to
foreign research institutions
No




Not Allowable




Existing




Existing
Virtual Common Pot




Spain




Enrique Playán




enrique.playan@eead.csic.es
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of
Turkey-TUBITAK




Ataturk Bulvari No: 221 Kavaklidere




Ankara




                                                       6100




Turkey




0090 312 468 53 00




http://www.tubitak.gov.tr/ for management, funding
TÜBİTAK is the leading agency
and conduct of research in Turkey. It was established in
1963 with a mission to advance science and technology,
conduct research and support Turkish researchers. The
Council ishas autonomous institution and isProjects as by
TUBITAK an been involved in 34 ERA-NET governed
partner or work package leader such as Black Sea, SEAS
ERA, CIR2CLE, Urban-net, WoodWisdomNet 2, CORNET,
E-RARE projects. TUBITAK has been involved in all JPI
themes as a member country and TUBITAK has a role of




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Public Sector Research and Development Projects
Funding Programme




Yes
All areas of projects, which fulfill the R&D based needs
of public sector institutions, are covered. (Energy,
Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Food, Environment,
Social Security, Transportation, Health, Education, etc.)




www.tubitak.gov.tr/1007
2005
The programme has not a fixed duration
All values are reported for 6 years (until the end of
2010).




(2010) The Programme is continuing




Ongoing
National




NA




There is no special driver for water research activities.




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Mr.




Mustafa
Ay


TÜBİTAK Kamu Arastirmalari Destek Grubu Tunus Cad.
No:80, B Blok 1. Kat Kavaklidere




Ankara




                                                6100




Turkey




00903124685300 (Ext:4905)




mustafa.ay@tubitak.gov.tr




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Public funding for Competitive and Institutional
Research, Development


135
to date (6 years)




15
to date (6 years)




16.742.000 €
Budget to date (6 years)
34 months per Water related projects




€1.116.132 per Water related projects




Research projects


In the scope of 1007 Program, result-oriented research
and development projects are funded.




Other




State Agencies (Public bodies)


191.000.000 €
Budget to date (6 years)




No
Since 1007 Programme is client-oriented, which is the
state agencies, the organisations should not violate the
rights of the clients in terms of the utilization of project
outputs.




No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Simple model and National calls within a joint
programme




Turkey




Mustafa Ay




mustafa.ay@tubitak.gov.tr
NL Agency, department of Ministry of Economic Affairs,
Agriculture and Innovation




P.O. Box 93144 2509 AC The Hague the Netherlands




the Hague




Netherlands




+31 88602 5145




www.agentschapnl.nl through a merger of EVD, The
NL Agency came about
Netherlands Patent Office (Octrooicentrum Nederland)
and SenterNovem. At the beginning of January 2010, the
three agencies of the Ministry of Economic Affairs were
merged to form one singlefor a healthy life" and "Water
Active in JPI "Healthy diet new organisation. The
challenges for a changing World" Liaison office for
framework programme bilateral cooperation with
European and Asian countries active in Eureka network
and Eureka cluster Acqueau




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Innovation programme for water technology




No




www.wetsus.nl




Ongoing
National




Water & energy


economic drivers (to gain a competitive postion in the
near future)




Relevant




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Prof.




Cees
Buisman




P.O. Box 1113 8900 CC Leeuwarden




Leeuwarden




Netherlands




31 58 284 30 00




cees.buisman@wetsus.nl




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Dissemination,Research projects,Other


NL Agency also funds (international) R&D projects that
are close to the market.




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




80 million euro




YesAgency has not the policy to fund foreign
NL
organisations but in some cases it is possible. (as long as
the economic revenues return to the Netherlands) In the
Wetsus programme foreign parties can participate and
use in an indirect way national funds.




Research Institutions,Private Sector
No




Not Allowable




Possible




Possible
Virtual common pot




Netherlands




Bart Jeroen Bierens




bart-jeroen.bierens@agentschapnl.nl
Metsäntutkimuslaitos, Metla, Finnish Forest Research
Institute


Finnish Forest Research Institute, Jokiniemenkuja 1, Box
18, 01301 Vantaa, Finland




Vantaa




Finland




+358 102111




Http://metla.fi
The Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA) is a
governmental, sectorial research institute, subordinate
to the Ministery of Agriculture and Forestry. It is the
main forest research institute in Finland and one of the
biggest forest research institutes in Europe. METLA's
Participated in the following networks: ERA-net: e.g.
WOODWisdom COST Actions: several e.g Forest
Management and the Water Cycle (FORMAN)PF 0601
(http://www.forestandwater.uni-goettingen.de/) Nordic
Forestry CAR-ES funded by the Nordic Ministers through




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Metsätalouden vesistökuormituksen ennustaminen ja
torjunta; laskentatyökalujen kehittäminen, MYV,
Prediction and mitigation of nutrient and sediment load
from forested cathcments




No




http://www.metla.fi/hanke/3506/index-en.htm




1.1.2008




31.12.2011




Ongoing
National




Environmental impacts of forestry (YMP)1996 - 2000




EU Water Framework Directive, National Forest
Programme




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Not Relevant




Prof.




Leena
Finér


Finnish Forest Research Institute, Box 68, 80101
Joensuu, Finland




Joensuu




Finland




+358 50 391 3067




leena.finer@metla.fi




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
                7




0.7M€ in 2010
                                                    48




Dissemination,Research projects




Other




Researchers or research groups working at Metla


Total budget for all research programmes in 2010
20.5M€ or which water related MYV 0.5M€




Yes




Possible to fund joint projects.




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector
Project has to be beneficial for the research project.




Yes




Existing




Existing




Possible
Finland




Leena Finér




leena.finer@metla.fi
Danish Council for Strategic Research




Bredgade 40




Copenhagen K




DK-1260




Denmark




+45 3544 6200


http://en.fi.dk/councils-commissions/the-danish-council-
for-strategic-research Strategic Research seeks to
The Danish Council for
ensure that strategic research in Denmark is organised
to meet the challenges facing Danish society. The aim is
to ensure Denmark’s position as a global frontrunner
regarding welfare, wealth and science in theinvolved in a
The Danish Council for Strategic Research is short and
number of international networks: All JPI's (except
Cultural Heritage, which is administrated by The Danish
Council for Independent Research) The BONUS-
programme (research cooperation within the Baltic-sea




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
The Programme Commission on Sustainable Energy and
Environment




Yesresearch addressing "Sustainable Energy and
All
Environment" is welcome to apply. Specific calls are
within. Energy systems of the future (308 mio. dkr.)
Climate and climate adaptation (30 mio. dkr.) The
Council in generalt has money marked for international
http://en.fi.dk/councils-commissions/the-danish-council-
for-strategic-research/about-the-council/the-
programme-commissions/programme-commission-on-
sustainable-energy-and-environment




                                              1/1/2010




                                            12/31/2016




some completed, some running
National




Very Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Mr.




Klaus
Rosenfeldt Jakobsen




Bredgade 40




Copenhagen k




                                   1260




Denmark




+45 3544 6263




krja@fi.dk




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
                                                       120




17 - number of projects for the full duration of the
origramme




259 mio. euros the full duration of the programme
Approx 57 months




2 mio. euros.




Research projects


Typically a project is expected to involve strategic
reseach (institutions and private companies)




Universities,Research Institutions




45 mio. euros annualy




Yes
Foreign universities, companies, organisations, research
organisations etc. can be part of project and can recieve
money from the council covering their expenses. The
project owner must be Danish though. International
cooperation is a priority for the council when evaluating




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector,Other
See above




Has to match within the main priorities of the Council.




Yes




Existing




Existing




Existing
Real Common Pot




Denmark




Lene Cividanes




lecd@fi.dk
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland




P.O. Box 1000




VTT




                                                    2044




Finland




+35820722111*




www.vtt.fi
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is a globally
networked multitechnological contract research
organization. VTT provides high-end technology
solutions and innovation services. We enhance our
customers’ competitiveness, thereby creating




VTT collaborates actively in several ERA nets




No
Tekes and Eu in addition to self funding




Green Solutions for Water and Waste




Yes




Development of waste technologies




1.1.2011




31.1.2014




Planned
National




Development of sustainable water technologies and
monitoring




Water scarcity, legislation for waste water treatment




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Very Relevant




Ms.




Mona
Arnold




Finland




mona.arnold@vtt.fi




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Demonstration,Research projects




Other




Internal proposals




ca 1200 k€/a




No
Yes




Not Allowable




Possible




Not Allowable
Finland




Mona Arnold




mona.arnold@vtt.fi
Ministero dell'Istruzione, Università e Ricerca - MIUR -
Ministry of Education, University and Research




Piazzale J.F. Kennedy, 20




Rome




144




Italy




0039 06 97721




www.miur.it of Education, University and Research is in
The Ministry
charge of the administration of the Italian school system,
the University and of Research. MIUR is responsible for
the education in the Italian schools of all levels, both
public and private. It supervises academic institutions,




No
Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico - MSE - Ministry of
Economic Development




Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico Directorate General
for the promotion of Business Activity- Division V-
Unitary National and EC Programming Dott.ssa Lilia Rossi
Via del Giorgione, 2/B 00147 Roma Italy




Programma operativo nazionale "Ricerca e
Competitività" 2007-2013 per le Regioni della
Convergenza (Calabria, Campania, Puglia, Sicilia) -
PONREC - National Operational Plan Research and
Competitiveness 2007-2013 for the Convergence




Yes I - Support to structural changes and strengthening
Axis
of the scientific-technological potential for the transition
to knoledge-based economy Axis II - Strengthening of
the innovative context for the development of
competitiveness         Axis III - Technical assistance and




www.ponrec.it




                                               12/21/2007




                                               12/31/2013




Ongoing
National

Programma operativo nazionale “Ricerca Scientifica,
Sviluppo Tecnologico, Alta Formazione” 2000-2006 per
le regioni Obiettivo 1


Research, development and innovation for many fields in
general




Not Relevant




Relevant




Very Relevant




Not Relevant




Dr.




Fabrizio
Cobis
Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca-
Direzione generale per il coordinamento e lo sviluppo
della ricerca-Ufficio VII ( Uffcio Programmi Operativi
Comunitari) Piazzale J.F. Kennedy, 20




Roma




00144




Italy




0039-06 97727365




info@ponrec.it




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
No. of projecs to date: 1880




No.of projecs to date : 1




Total budget of the only project financed to date:
2.220.560 EUR
36




500.000 EUR




Research projects,Other


Research projects and training of researchers within the
projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




Full duration of the Programme: 6.205 Million Euros, of
which 3.102 ensured by EU co-financing




No
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
No transnational activity is foreseen, therefore the last 3
questions are not relevant




Italy




Manuela Corsini




manuela.corsini@isprambiente.it
The Academy of Finland




Vilhonvuorenkatu 6 POB 99




Helsinki




FI-00501




Finland




The Academy of Finland is the prime funding agency for
basic research in Finland. Other key agencies funding
science and technology in Finland are Tekes, the Finnish
Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation, and
Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund. The Academy




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Sustainable governance and utilization of aquatic
resources




No




1.1.2013




31.12.2016




Planned
National



Several programmes e.g. on climate change which have
included projects on aquatic ecosystems/resources


multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity, including social
sciences.

International water policy, for instance the European
Water Frame Directive (WFD). New status of aquatic
research as highlighted for instance in the network
called Finnish Water Forum (FWF) consisting of public
and private water organisations aimed at strengthening




Not Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Anne
Ojala




Department of Environmental Sciences, Niemenkatu 73




Lahti




FI-15140




Finland




anne.ojala@helsinki.fi




No
10




10




at minimum 8 million euros
48




ca. 600 000




Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




not less than 8 million euros




No
Yes




Possible




Possible




Possible
Finland




Anne Ojala




anne.ojala@helsinki.fi
TEKES- Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and
Innovation



P.O. Box 69 FI-00101 Helsinki




Helsinki




Finland




358




www.tekes.fi/eng


Tekes is the most important publicly funded expert
organisation for financing research, development and
innovation in Finland. We boost wide-ranging innovation
activities in research communities, industry and service
sectors.Seventh Framework Programmeviewresearch and
The EU Tekes promotes a broad-based for on
technological development The Seventh Framework
Programme for research and technological development
(FP7) promotes and encourages the creation of
European poles of scientific excellence. It is the




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Water Programme




No




http://www.tekes.fi/programmes/Vesivesi




2008




2012




Ongoing
National




- Water quality management - Efficient use of water -
Management of water assets and risks -New business
models and services (PPP etc.) The Water programme
reforms business operations, products and services in
the water sector in Finland and promotes Finni

Internationalisation policy




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Very Relevant




Mrs.




Piia
Moilanen




P.O. Box 69 FI-00101




Helsinki




Finland




piia.moilanen@tekes.fi




No




Mr.




Tuomas




Lehtinen
Finland




tuomas.lehtinen@tekes.fi




50




50




90 MEUR
24 months




500 000 EUR




Demonstration,Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




90 MEUR (2008-2012)




No
Funding only Finnish companies and research
organisations



Yes




Not Allowable




Possible




Not Allowable
Virtual Common Pot




Finland




Tuomas Lehtinen




tuomas.lehtinen@tekes.fi
ONEMA (The French National Agency on Water and
Aquatic Environments)



5, square Felix Nadar




Vincennes




94300




France




0033 1 45 14 36 32



www.onema.fr ; in English:
http://www.onema.fr/IMG/EV/index.html

Established in April 2007, Onema is a national agency
active in the field of environmental French public
service. Created by the Law on water and aquatic
environments, dated 30 December 2006, and the
implementation decree dated 25 March 2007, itERA-
ONEMA was permanent observer in IWRM.NET
NET. It finances 2 projects of the IWRM.NET second call
on climate change and water and economics and water
which will run until 2013. It participates in the Scientific
Coordination Project of the IWRM.NET second call which




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Research on continental and littoral waters and related
environments. Research funded by Onema is not carried
out through ‘traditional’ research programmes, but
through pluri-annual conventions with research
institutes, covering several topics.




No




http://www.onema.fr/Developper-les-connaissances-sur




1/1/2009




12/31/2011




Ongoing
National




Our priorities are included in JPI priorities. They are
expressed slightly differently: 1. Water cycle and
resource availability in the context of climate change 2.
Physical dynamics of aquatic systems and restoration 3.
Biological and ecologicaland legislation: WFD,systems 4.
EU Water related Policy dynamics of aquatic UWWT,
ND, GWD, EQS Directive… National Water related policy
and action plans Demand from local water managers
(e.g. River Basin Agencies) to establish RBMPs and POMs




Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Very Relevant




Mrs.




Marie
Rabut




5 square felix nadar




Vincennes




94300




France




marie.rabut@onema.fr




No




Dr.




Patrick




Flammarion
same as above




patrick.flammarion@onema.fr




approximately 250 projects for the full duration of the
programme (3 years)




approximately 250 projects for the full duration of the
programme (3 years)




approximately 10 Million Euros/ year or 30 Million Euros
for 3 years - not full costs but only marginal costs i.e.
salaries of researchers are paid by their own institute
3 years, through annual contracts




around 120,000 Euros for 3 years




Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects


Mainly applied research projects and dissemination.
Demonstration projects are funded by River basin Water
Agencies in partnership with Onema in order to test
national methodologies on their basins.


Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




N/A


approximately 10 Million Euros/ year or 30 Million Euros
for 3 years - not full costs but only marginal costs i.e.
salaries of researchers are paid by their own institute




No




Yes in principle. However it has never been the case.
Same as in ERANET funding (e.g. IWRM.NET)




Yes




Possible




Existing




Existing
Mixed Mode




France




Marie-Perrine Durot




marie-perrine.durot@onema.fr
IRCSET: Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering
and Technology



Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road




Ballsbridge




Dublin 4




Ireland




353 1 2315000




www.ircset.ie


The Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering &
Technology forms a Board of senior academic and
industrial figures. IRCSET operates multi-million euro
research funding initiatives which support talented
researchersto IRCSET’s role in the Science and Society
In addition in their early stage career formation across
programme of the European Commission’s Framework
Programmes, the Council is involved a number of
activities at European level, including European Research
Area Networks (ERA-NETs) and the European Science




No
Department of Education and Skills




Department of Education and Skills Head Office,
Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, Ireland




Embark Initiative




Yes



Basic research and development in science, engineering
and technology



www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=63




12/1/2001




Ongoing
National




Research interests and existing knowledge base of
applicant pool of graduates




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Mr.




Justin
Synnott



IRCSET, Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue,
Shelbourne Road



Ballsbridge




Dublin 4




Ireland




353 1 2315000




info@ircset.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
1452 Number in programme to date (nine years so far)




20 Number in programme to date (nine years so far)




€960,000 approx. Budget for programme to date (nine
years so far)
24 months




48000




Research projects




Other




Postgraduate researchers



€120,000,000 approx. Budget for programme to date
(nine years so far)




No


Although IRCSET cooperates with other private and
public bodies involved in research at national and
European level, including sponsoring and co-sponsoring
events, the Embark Initiative is exclusively a mechanism
for funding individual postgraduate researchers within
No




Existing




Possible




Not Allowable
Ireland




Matthew Diskin




mdiskin@ircset.ie
IRCSET: Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering
and Technology



Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue, Shelbourne Road




Ballsbridge




Dublin 4




Ireland




353 1 2315000




www.ircset.ie


The Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering &
Technology forms a Board of senior academic and
industrial figures. IRCSET operates multi-million euro
research funding initiatives which support talented
researchersto IRCSET’s role in the Science and Society
In addition in their early stage career formation across
programme of the European Commission’s Framework
Programmes, the Council is involved a number of
activities at European level, including European Research
Area Networks (ERA-NETs) and the European Science




No
Department of Education and Skills




Department of Education and Skills Head Office,
Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, Ireland




Empower




Yes



Basic research and development in science, engineering
and technology



www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=78




12/1/2002




Ongoing
National




Research interests and existing knowledge base of
applicant pool of doctoral graduates




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Jennifer
Brennan



IRCSET, Brooklawn House, Crampton Avenue,
Shelbourne Road



Ballsbridge




Dublin 4




Ireland




353 1 231500




fellowships@ircset.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
323 Number in programme to date (eight years so far)




7 Number in programme to date (eight years so far)




€630,000 approx. Budget for programme to date (eight
years so far)
24 months




90000




Research projects




Other




Postdoctoral researchers



€15,000,000 approx. Budget for programme to date
(eight years so far)




No


Although IRCSET cooperates with other private and
public bodies involved in research at national and
European level, including sponsoring and co-sponsoring
events, the EMPOWER programme is exclusively a
mechanism for funding individual postoctoral
No




Existing




Possible




Not Allowable
Ireland




Matthew Diskin




mdiskin@ircset.ie
Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca -
MIUR - Ministry of Education, Higher Education and
Research


Piazza Kennedy, 20




Rome




144




Italy




0039 06.9772.1




www.miur.it


The Ministry is responsible for the enhancement of
research in many fields. Through the fund PRIN, the
Ministry also finances basic research of the universities
on environmental issues, water included.




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale - PRIN -
Research Projects of National Interest




Yes


Area 01 - Math and computer science Area 02 - Physics
Area 03 - Chemistry Area 04 - Earth Science Area 05 -
Biology Area 06 - Medicine Area 07 - Agricultural and
veterinary science Area 08 - Civil engineering and
architecture Area 09 - Industrial engineering Area 10 -

http://prin.miur.it




1/1/1997




unknown (ongoing)


Ongoing
National




Relevant




Relevant




Very Relevant




Relevant




Dr.




Mauro
Massulli


Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca -
Direzione Generale per il coordinamento e lo sviluppo
della ricerca - Ufficio V - Piazza Kennedy, 20


Rome




144




Italy




0039 06.9772.1




ufficioprin@miur.it
8000
to-date (14 years)




300
to-date (14 years)




2,700,000 EUR in 2007 call
Annual (2007)
24




150,000 EUR




Research projects




-




Universities


The programme was specifically set up in order to co-
fund national research projects carried out by
universities


104.940.000 EUR for 2009 call
Annual (2009)




No
No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
Simple model:(no transnational funding or coordinating
is possible), this includes: National/organisational
funding in national research programmes/projects
National call and national evaluation process




Italy




Manuela Corsini




manuela.corsini@isprambiente.it
Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca
Ambientale, ISPRA, Institute for Environmental
Protection and Research


Via Vitaliano Brancati 48




Rome




144




Italy




(+39) 0650071




www.isprambiente.it


The Institute for Environmental Protection and Research,
ISPRA (Istituto superiore per la protezione e la ricerca
ambientale), has been established by Decree no. 112 of
25 June 2008, converted into Law no. 133 (with
amendments) on in all activities of ISPRA performs, with
ISPRA is involved 21 August 2008. CRUE-ERANET project
(VI FP), a coordination action of the European research in
flooding prevention and in the second common funding
initiative of IWRM-NET, the ERANET of FP 6 devoted to
research applied to the implementation of the Water




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Sistema Idro-Meteo-Mare, SIMM, Hydro-Meteo-Marine
Forecasting System




Yes




Meteorology, marine status




http://www.isprambiente.it/pre_meteo/simm.html




1993




-




Ongoing
National


INTERREG II C “Drought prevention" and "Flood
mitigation", INTERREG IIIB CADSES (NETWET 2,
HYDROCARE), MEDOCC (SEDEMED, SEDEMED 2), ALPINE
SPACE (FORALPS)

Hydrologic extreme events (droughts, floods), marine
status and safety of navigation




Not Relevant




Not Relevant




Not Relevant




Relevant




Ms.




Giuseppina
Monacelli




ISPRA, Via Curtatone 3




Rome




185




Italy




0039 06 5007 4471




giuseppina.monacelli@isprambiente.it




No




Mr.




Stefano




Mariani
ISPRA, Via Curtatone 3




Rome




185




Italy




0039 06 5007 4209




stefano.mariani@isprambiente.it




30
To-date (18 years)




12
To-date (18 years)




500,000 EUR/y
Annual
12




200,000 EUR/y




Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions




1.000.000 EUR/y
Annual




No
If managed by us and only for funding Italian institutions




Yes




Possible




Existing




Possible
Virtual Common pot, as the Real common pot is not easy
to manage, as our experience in CRUE and IWRMnet
ERANET show




Italy




Manuela Corsini




manuela.corsini@isprambiente.it
Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate
(NVE)



PO Box 5091 Majorstuen 0301 Oslo Norway




Oslo




Norway




+47 22 95 95 95




www.nve.no


NVE’s mandate is to ensure an integrated and
environmentally sound management of the country*s
water resources, promote efficient energy markets and
cost-effective energy systems and contribute to efficient
energy use. The directorate plays a central role in the




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Environmental Flows (Miljøbasert vannføring)




No




http://www.nve.no/no/Vann-og-
vassdrag/Vassdragsmiljo/Prosjekt-miljobasert-
vannforing/


01.01.2001




01.06.2012




Ongoing
National




The Norwegian Environmental Flows Programme (2001-
2011) has the objective of increasing our knowledge of
the physical and biological consequences of strongly
reduced flows, as well as developing improved methods
for the determination of appropriate environmental
Energy supply and environment. Revision of old licenses
for hydropower and EUs Water Framework Directive
(WFD).




Relevant




Very Relevant




Not Relevant




Not Relevant




Mrs.




Anja
Ibrekk




Norway




+47 22 95 95 95




asi@nve.no




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
30
for the Full duration of the Programme (11, 5 years):
1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012




30
for the Full duration of the Programme (11, 5 years):
1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012




3,8 mill euro
Total budget indicated is for the Full duration of the
Programme (11, 5 years): 1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012
Total budget is related to water issues (environmental
impacts and abatement measures related to
1,5 year




Demonstration,Dissemination,Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector




3,8 mill euro
Total budget indicated is for the Full duration of the
Programme (11, 5 years): 1/1/2001 to 1/6/2012
Total budget is related to water issues (environmental
impacts and abatement measures related to




No



Theoretical possible, but not efficient. Programme is
about Norwegian water conditions.
Theoretical possible, but not efficient/done.




No




Not Allowable




Not Allowable




Not Allowable
National funding




Norway




Mrs Anja Ibrekk




asi@nve.no
                                                              Miljøministeriet - Danish MInistry for
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of          Environment
Turkey-TUBITAK

                                                              Miljøstyrelsen/Danish EPA Strandgade
                                                              29
Ataturk Bulvari No: 221 Kavaklidere


                                                              Copenhagen
Ankara


                                                              DK - 1401 K
                                                       6100


                                                              Denmark
Turkey


                                                              +45 72 54 40 00
0090 312 468 53 00


                                                              www.mst.dk
TÜBI.TAK is the leading agency for management, funding
and conduct of research in Turkey. It was established in      The Ministry of the Environment is
1963 with a mission to advance science and technology,        responsible for administrative and
conduct research and support Turkish researchers. The         research tasks in the areas of
TUBITAK an been involved in 34 ERA-NET governed
Council ishas autonomous institution and isProjects as by     environmental protection and
partner or work package leader such as Black Sea, SEAS        planning. In Denmark the
ERA, CIR2CLE, Urban-net, WoodWisdomNet 2, CORNET,
E-RARE projects. TUBITAK has been involved in all JPI
themes as a member country and TUBITAK has a role of




                                                              Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
The Support Programme for Scientific and Technological
Research Projects (1001); Short-Term R&D Funding
                                                       Danish Scheme for Ecoinnovation
Programme (1002); Bilateral and Multilateral Relations
Projects (UIDB)




                                                           Yes
Yes


                                                           Air pollution Waste and ressources
Environmental, Atmospheric, Earth and Marine Sciences

http://ardeb1001.tubitak.gov.tr/pb/main.htm ;
                                                           www.ecoinnovation.dk
http://ardeb1002.tubitak.gov.tr/pb/main.htm;
http://tubitak.gov.tr/uidb


                                                           3/1/2010
                                                1/1/2009


                                                           12/31/2011
                                           12/31/2009


                                                           Ongoing
Ongoing
           National
National

           Danish Ecoinnovation Scheme 2008-
           2009

           Detektion of drinking water quality
           and pollution Efficient cleaning of
           water from industry and municipal
           wastewater Management of heavy
           rainfalls the programme is om
           Focus in
           development, test and demonstration
           of technology Important drivers is
           legislation and/or environmental
           challenges




           Not Relevant
Relevant


           Not Relevant
Relevant


           Relevant
Relevant


           Relevant
Relevant




           Mr.
Dr.


           Søren Bukh
Zeynep
                                             Svenningsen
Okay Durmusoglu




TUBITAK-CEYDAG Tunus Cad No:80 Kavaklidere




                                             Denmark
Turkey




+90 312 468 53 00


                                             mst@mst.dk
zeynep.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr




                                             Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Yes (if YES go to the next page)
                                  100 In the full duration of the
                                  programme
94 Annual no of projects (2009)




                                  25 pr. year
14 Annual no of projects (2009)




                                  4.000.000 euro in the full duration of
                                  the programme
1315000 Annual €/year (2009)
                                                    18
1001 Programme: 24-36 months 1002 Programme: 12
months


                                                    85.000 euro
1001 Prpgramme: Each project =< 60000 €/year 1002
Programme: Each project =< 12500 €/year


                                                    Demonstration,Other
Research projects


                                                    Technology development



                                                    Universities,Research
                                                    Institutions,Private Sector
Universities,Research Institutions




                                                    9.000.0000 euro for the full duration
                                                    of the programme
7.264.000 € Annual for 3 programmes in 2009




                                                    Yes
No

                                                    Foreign organisations and/or
                                                    companies can participate in projects
                                                    applied for by danish partners


                                                    Universities,Research
                                                    Institutions,Private Sector
Financial support is provided for scientific visits (travel   A number of obligations would have
and subsistance expenditures are covered). Project            to be fullfilled regarding evaluation of
owner should apply to the commitee and get permission         proposals, funding intensity,
to perform the visit.                                         dokumentation, acounting etc.


                                                              Yes
Yes

                                                              Yes, it is possible for the time being.
                                                              Presently there is no plans to do so.




                                                              Not Allowable
Not Allowable




                                                              Possible
Existing




                                                              Not Allowable
Not Allowable
Virtual Common Pot




                                   Denmark
Turkey


                                   Mariane Hounum
Dr. Zeynep OKAY DURMUSOGLU


                                   mth@mst.dk
zeynep.durmusoglu@tubitak.gov.tr
Fundação para a Ciência e a
                                          Waterbouwkundig Laboratorium
Tecnologia (FCT) (Foundation for
                                          (WL), Flanders Hydraulics Research
Science and technology)


Av. D. Carlos I, 126                      Berchemlei 115




Lisboa                                    Antwerp




1249-074                                  2140




Portugal                                  Belgium




+351 21 3924456                           3232246151




http://alfa.fct.mctes.pt/fct.phtml.en     http://www.watlab.be


Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia      Part of the Department of Mobility
(FCT) is the Portugal’s main funding      and Public Works of the Flemish
agency for research and it is             Authorities. Works for the agencies
responsible for following the bilateral   (water managers of navigable
and has experience in coordinated
FCT multilateral international            waterways inof CRUE ERA-Net
                                          Ambassador Flanders) and Maritime
actions at national level (join calls     (external relations of the network
with other Ministries) and at the         after formal ending of CRUE as an FP
European level; FCT participates in       6 doordination action) Partner in
several ERA-Nets coordinated action,      CIRCLE-2 ERA-Net about climate




Yes (if YES please go to the next page) Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
                                     We don't have a separate research
Todos os Domínios Científicos (All   programme but part of Vlaams
Scientific Domains)                  Infrastructuur Fonds (VIF, Flemish
                                     Infrastructure Fund) can be used for
                                     research




Yes                                  No


                                     is only part of water theme: open
all                                  water (so no sewage systems or water
                                     technology, no drinking water, ...)


n.a                                  n/a




2000                                 n/a




2008                                 n/a




Ongoing                              Ongoing
National         Regional



                 yearly budget where e.g. era-net
n.a
                 activities can be paid

                 water quantity issues, flooding and
                 water scarcity but focussed on
not applicable
                 navigable rivers and the see, including
                 the effects of climate change
                 our main driver is technical assitance
                 to policy and advice on specific
not applicable
                 questions from water maangers. Next
                 to those we work on a longer time
                 base on new insights often as partner




Not Applicable   Not Applicable




Not Applicable   Not Relevant




Not Applicable   Not Relevant




Not Applicable   Not Relevant




Dr.              Prof.




Catarina         Frank
Resende                            Mostaert


                                   Berchemlei 115 afdelingshoofd
                                   (director of our division, but we're not
Av. D. Carlos I, 126
                                   a program in the classical point of
                                   view)


Lisboa                             2140




1249-074                           Antwerp




Portugal                           Belgium




+351 21 3924456                    3232246035



                                   waterbouwkundiglabo@mow.Vlaande
catarina.resende@fct.mctes.pt
                                   ren.be




Yes (if YES go to the next page)   Yes (if YES go to the next page)
                                    the civil servant responsible for a
                                    project is responsible for the content
                                    related and administrative folow up of
                                    the projects




                                    In general we have +/- 35 tenders a
2985 for the period 2000-2008
                                    year.




                                    On average we have 15-20 tenders a
                                    year about hydrology and water
145 for the period 2000-2008
                                    management. The others are
                                    hydraulic constructions and
                                    navigation.




aprox. 14 M€ for the period 2000-   Taken these 15-20 tenders, 2,5 till 3
2008                                miljon euro a year
                                     projects we have normally +/- 12
                                     months, research projects mostly 24
36
                                     months or longer (but not on a full
                                     time basis of the researcher)
                                     in ERA-Net constructions normally in
€100,000                             between 100000 and 150000 per
                                     project,


Research projects                    Research projects,Other



                                     implementation of fundamental
                                     research into applications


Universities,Research                Universities,Research
Institutions,Private Sector          Institutions,Private Sector,Other

                                     everybody can submit as long as the
                                     conditions of the tender are fullfilled
                                     (often acting as non-profit for this
                                     project, handling over of results and
                                     models to the funding is for the with
                                     The programme itself authority
                                     whole department of Mobility and
€ 250.2 M for the period 2000-2008
                                     Public Works and its agencies. In
                                     total it’s more than 100 miljon euro
                                     but research is only a few % of it as




No                                   Yes



Impossible to transfer money to      official documents and summary in
foreign research institutions        Dutch


                                     Universities,Research
                                     Institutions,Private Sector
                                     decision for a specific tender has to be
the national regulations should ne   taken the year before. It has to be on
taken into account                   our budget lines and approved by our
                                     director's board


Yes                                  Yes




Existing                             Possible




Existing                             Existing




Existing                             Existing
                                real common pot in practice very
                                difficult. virtual common pot is most
Virtual Common pot
                                flexible (from the administrative point
                                of view) and prefered




Portugal                        Belgium




Catarina resende                Wouter Vanneuville



                                wouter.vanneuville@mow.vlaanderen
catarina.resende@fct.mctes.pt
                                .be
Käymäläseura Huussi ry. (KSH), Global Dry Toilet
                                                 Finnish Environment Institute SYKE
Association of Finland (GDTA)



Kauppakatu 11 C 2.krs.                              PO Box 140




Tampere                                             Helsinki




33200                                               FI-00251




Finland                                             Finland




3.58503E+11                                         +358 20 610 123




www.huussi.net, www.drytoilet.org                   www.ymparisto.fi


The Global Dry Toilet Association of Finland is a   The Finnish Environment Institute is
registered association founded 2002 in Tampere,     both a research institute and a centre
Finland. The objective of the association is to     for environmental expertise. Its
protect Finland's and the world's waters and to     research focuses on changes in the
promote the implementation of the Finland is a
The Global Dry Toilet Association of natural        environment and seeks ways to control
member of the WORLD TOILET ORGANIZATION
SuSanA Service Centre for Development
Cooperation - KEPA Ekokumppanit Oy Finnish
Water Forum




No                                                  Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
                                           Research Programme on the Baltic Sea,
DT-technology and recycling of nutrients
                                           freshwaters and water resources




Yes                                        Yes



                                           As indicated in the title, it also deals
Sanitation, agriculture
                                           with the problems of the Baltic Sea.



                                           being constructed




                                           1.12.2010




                                           31.12.2013




Planned                                    Ongoing
National        National




                For instance, Water Framework
                Directive, Marine Strategy Framework
                Directive, Flood Directive, HELCOM
                Baltic Sea Action Plan, EU Strategy for
                the Baltic Sea Region




Very Relevant   Relevant




Very Relevant   Very Relevant




Very Relevant   Relevant




Very Relevant   Relevant




Mrs.            Prof.




Mia             Juha
O'Neill                            Kämäri




                                   PO Box 140




                                   Helsinki




                                   FI-00251




Finland                            Finland




                                   +358 40 545 6910




secretary@drytoilet.org            juha.kamari@environment.fi




Yes (if YES go to the next page)   No




                                   Dr.




                                   Petri




                                   Ekholm
PO Box 140




Helsinki




FI-00251




Finland




+358 400 148 817




petri.ekholm@environment.fi
Research projects                                 Research projects




Universities,Research Institutions,Private Sector Research Institutions


                                                  The Budget given above is an estimate
                                                  of the ANNUAL personnel costs of
                                                  experts involved in R&D working in
                                                  SYKE. SYKE does not finance research
                                                  conducted elsewhere (exception: joint
                                                  7794802
                                                  The Budget given above is an estimate
20000
                                                  of the ANNUAL personnel costs of
                                                  experts involved in R&D working in
                                                  SYKE. SYKE does not finance research




No                                                No



                                                  Except by joint projects in which SYKE is
                                                  the principal partner
Yes        No




Possible   Not Allowable




Possible   Not Allowable




Possible   Not Allowable
Finland                   Finland




Mia O'Neill               Petri Ekholm




secretary@drytoilet.org   petri.ekholm@environment.fi
FFCUL - Fundação da Faculdade de
Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
                                          The Office of Public Works
(Foundation Faculty of Sciences -
University of Lisbon) [Research
Managing da Faculdade de Ciências da
Fundação Organisation]
Universidade de Lisboa Edifício C1, 3º
                                          Jonathan Swift Street,
Piso - Campo Grande 1749-016 Lisboa
Portugal


Lisboa                                    Trim




                                          Meath




Portugal                                  Ireland




+351 217 500 032                          +353 (0)469426000




www.fc.ul.pt [www.sim.ul.pt/cciam]        www.opw.ie


The FFCUL (Foundation of the Faculty of   The Office of Public Works is the lead
Sciences of the University of Lisbon,     State body in Ireland for Flood Risk
FCUL) is a private non-profit             Management. We have a number of
organization, created in 1993 as an       important roles including co-ordinating
initiative of FCUL, to promote and
*Coordinator: CIRCLE-2 ERA-Net (FP7)      activities of actively involved in the ERA-
                                          The OPW is Government Departments,
[www.circle-era.eu] *Partner              Net CRUE second funding initiative for
Institution: JPI Clik'EU *Partner         collaborative research projects. One of
Institution: European Topic Centre -      the projects selected was UR-FLOOD
Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerability     (Understanding Uncertainty and Risk in




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)   Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
*Climate Change in Portugal -
Scenarios, Impacts and Adaptation
                                        The Flood Studies Update Programme
Measures - Phase I (SIAM I) *Climate
Change in Portugal - Scenarios, Impacts
and Adaptation Measures - Phase II




Yes                                    No


Climate; Coastal Zones; Agriculture;
Human Health; Energy; Forests and
Biodiversity; Fisheries.


http://www.siam.fc.ul.pt/




1/1/1999                               6/27/1905




12/31/2002                             7/4/1905




Completed                              Ongoing
National         National




                 To produce methodologies for the
                 estimation of design Flows and Design
                 Rainfall


                 The report of the flood policy review
                 group (2004)




Not Applicable   Not Relevant




Not Applicable   Not Relevant




Not Applicable   Not Relevant




Not Applicable   Relevant




Prof.            Dr.




Filipe Duarte    John
Santos                             Martin



                                   The Office of Public Works, Jonathan
                                   Swift Street,



                                   Trim




                                   Meath




Portugal                           Ireland




                                   +353 (0)469426742




fdsantos@siam.fis.fc.ul.pt         john.martin@opw.ie




Yes (if YES go to the next page)   Yes (if YES go to the next page)
30
for the full duration of the SIAM I &
SIAM II Programmes                    15 for the FULL Programme




8
for the full duration of the SIAM I &
SIAM II Programmes                    15 for the FULL Programme




                                    €2 million for the FULL Programme
36                                      12 months




Research projects                       Dissemination,Research projects




                                        Universities,Research
Universities,Research Institutions
                                        Institutions,Private Sector




600.000 (300.000+300.000)
for the full duration of the SIAM I &   €2 million for the FULL Programme
SIAM II Programmes




No                                      No
                Under the FSU programme there was no
                funding made available for
                transnational cooperation However, the
                OPW do, on occasion get involved in
                other projects that make funding

No              Yes




Not Allowable   Possible




Not Allowable   Existing




                Possible




Not Allowable
                            Virtual Common Pot




Portugal                    Ireland




Tiago Capela Lourenço       Oliver Nicholson




tcapela@siam.fis.fc.ul.pt   Oliver.nicholson@opw.ie
The Belgian Federal Science Policy
                                            Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF
Office



Avenue Louise 231 Louizalaan                Wildhainweg 3




Brussels                                    Bern




1050                                        CH-3001




Belgium                                     Switzerland




+32.2.238.36.89                             +41 31 308 22 22



http://www.belspo.be/belspo/home/po
                                    www.snf.ch
rt_en.stm

The Belgian Federal Science Policy          The Swiss National Science Foundation
Office was previously known as the          (SNSF) is the most important Swiss
'Federal Office for Scientific, Technical   agency promoting scientific research. It
and Cultural Affairs' (OSTC). This name     supports, as mandated by the Swiss
change follows the Copernic reform of
The Federal Science Policy coordinates      Federal government, all disciplines,
                                            The SNSF is actively involved in
the Belgian participation to the            discussions concerning the realisation of
management of the european                  a European Research Area (ERA) in
programmes activities with the              which different levels of support for
Communities and Regions. It undertakes      researchers would complement each




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)     Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
                                    National Research Programme
Research programme “Science for a
                                    "Sustainable Water Management" (NRP
Sustainable Development” - SSD
                                    61)




Yes                                 No


The programme SSD is composed of 8
priority research areas: Energy,
Transport and mobility, Agrofood,
Health and environment, Climate
(including Antarctica), Biodiversity
http://www.belspo.be/belspo/ssd/index
                                      www.nrp61.ch
_en.stm



1/1/2005                            01.01.2010




12/31/2010                          31.12.2013




Ongoing                             Ongoing
National                                  National


This research programme is the
continuation of the first and second
Scientific Support Plan for a Sustainable
Development Policy (SPSD I (1996-2001)
and SPSD II (2000-2005)). Compared to NRP 61 has the following goals. It will
                                          serve: - Development of scientific
                                          foundations, methods, and strategies as
                                          well as initiation of solutions for future
                                          challenges in the area of use of water




Not Applicable                            Not Applicable




Very Relevant                             Relevant




Relevant                                  Relevant




Relevant                                  Relevant




Dr.                                       Dr.




Mohssine                                  Barbara
El Kahloun                         Flückiger




Avenue Louise 231 Louizalaan       Wildhainweg 3




Brussels                           Bern




1050                               CH-3001




Belgium                            Switzerland




+32.2.238.36.89                    +41 31 308 22 22




elka@belspo.be                     bflueckiger@snf.ch




Yes (if YES go to the next page)   Yes (if YES go to the next page)




                                   Prof.




                                   Christian




                                   Leibundgut
     Wildhainweg 3




     Bern




     CH-3001




     Switzerland




     +41 31 308 22 22




     nfp61@snf.ch




    7 16




    6 16




7    6.2 Mio
4 years                                     36




                                            400'000 eruos




Research projects                           Dissemination,Research projects




                                            Universities,Research
Universities,Research Institutions
                                            Institutions,Private Sector




1,000,000 year                              9.4 Mio Euros




Yes                                         No


But only foreign organisation involved in
projects coordinated by Belgian
institution


Universities,Research Institutions
Yes             Yes




Not Allowable   Possible




Existing        Possible




Not Allowable




                Possible
Belgium               Switzerland




Mohssine El Kahloun   Barbara Flückiger




elka@belspo.be        bflueckiger@snf.ch
Environmentalprotection and
                                          Health R&D programm (TerVE) -
technology R&D programm (KESTA) -
                                          Archimedes Foundation
Archimedes Foundation


Vaike-Turu 8                              Vaike-Turu 8




Tartu                                     Tartu




51013                                     51013




Estonia                                   Estonia




00372 730 0324                            00372 730 0324



http://archimedes.ee/index.php?leht=1 http://archimedes.ee/index.php?leht=1
0                                     0

Archimedes Foundation is an               Archimedes Foundation is an
independent legal person established by   independent legal person established by
the Estonian governmentin 1997 with       the Estonian governmentin 1997 with
the objective to coordinate and           the objective to coordinate and
implement different international and     implement different international and
Archimedes Foundation participates in 2   Archimedes Foundation participates in 2
ERA-Net projects: ERA-Net Rus. 2008-      ERA-Net projects: ERA-Net Rus 2008-
2013,http://www.eranet-rus.eu             2013,http://www.eranet-rus.eu




                                          YES
Environmentalprotection and
                                      Health R&D program
technology R&D program




Yes                                   YES


1)Changesinenvironment and climate;   1)Lifestylechanges and
2) Environmental riskmanagement; 3)   influencingfactors; 2)
Environmentalinformation and          Environmentalrisks and theirinfluence
dataacquisition, monitoring; 4)       on peole; 3) Healthinformation and
Sustainableuse of naturalresources.   dataacquisition; 4) Health Technologies;




1/1/2011                              1/1/2011




12/31/2015                            12/31/2015




ongoing                               ongoing
National                             National




EU waterdirective, WaterLaw, HELCOM, EU waterdirective, WaterLaw, HELCOM,
EnvironmentalActionPlan              EnvironmentalActionPlan




Relevant                             Relevant




Very Relevant                        Very Relevant




Relevant                             Very Relevant




Relevant                             NotApplicable




Mr                                   Mr




Ivar                                 Assar
Puura                      Luha




Väike-Turu 8               Väike-Turu 8




Tartu                      Tartu




51013                      51013




Estonia                    Estonia




00372 7300 608             00372 7300 608




ivar.puura@archimedes.ee   assar.luha@archimedes.ee




Yes                        Yes
12                   9




2 projects(4years)   2 projects(4 years)




300 000 €(4 years)   300 000 €(4 years)
48months                              24months




150 000 €                             150 000 €




Researchprojects                      Researchprojects,




Universities, Research Institutions   Universities, ResearchInstitutions




6697570€(5 years)                     6 004 707€(5 years)




Yes                                   Yes




As partners                           As partners



Universities, ResearchInstitutions,   Universities, ResearchInstitutions,
Private sector                        Private sector
No              No




Not Allowable   Not Allowable




NotAllowable    NotAllowable




NotAllowable    NotAllowable
Estonia                        Estonia




Madis Saluveer                 Madis Saluveer




Madis.saluveer@archimedes.ee   Madis.saluveer@archimedes.ee
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN), Ministry of
Science and Innovation




Albacete, 5




Madrid




28027




Spain




+ 34 916 037 162




www.micinn.es
MICINN is the Ministry responsible for research,
development and innovation in Spain. It runs
programmes on these activities, and actively cooperates
with the regional governments on these issues. The
Ministry paticipates in about thirty ERA-Nets, and is
MICINN has a Directorate General for Research and
Engaged in nine out the the ten Joint Programming
Activities. MICINN coordinates "Water Challenges for a
Changing World", as well as the ERA-Net SEASERA, and
co-coordinates "Healthy and Productive Seas and




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
Within the Plan Nacional de I+D+i (PN) - Spanish National
Plan for Research, Development and Innovation - water
innovation activities target private companies and public
research organizations




Yes research programme covers all areas of science and
The
technology. There are no scientific priorities as such,
although the Plan has estabilished five major horizontal
strategic areas: 1) Health, 2) Biotechnology, 3) Energy
and climate change, 4) Information technologies, and 5)




http://www.micinn.es




2008




2011




Ongoing
National
The current National Plan represents a continuation and
refinement of previous National Plans dating from 1988.
During these years, administrative procedures have
changed to provide more flexibility to scientists,
evaluation procedures have been refined and the

Since the plan has not set scientific priorities, all areas of
knowledge are equally relevant. Scientific quality is used
for ex-ante evaluation.

The National Plan does not establish drivers for water
research, other than scientific excellence and
contribution to priority sectors and global challenges




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Ms.




Margarita
Segarra




Albacete, 5




Madrid




28027




Spain




+ 34 914 959 554




pedro.prado@micinn.es




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
Actions of different nature, difficult to average




Actions of different nature, difficult to average




2.6 M € per year
About three years




Actions of different nature, difficult to average




Innovation projects

Projects such as the INNPACTO programme (previously
known as "proyectos singulares estratégicos". Support to
Technology Platforms


Private companies, with the possible support of public
research institutions




2.6 M € per year




No
No




Not Allowable




Existing




Existing
Virtual Common Pot




Spain




Pedro Prado




pedro.prado@micinn.es
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN), Ministry of
Science and Innovation



Albacete 5




Madrid




28027




Spain


+ 34 916 037 162




www.micinn.es


MICINN is the Ministry responsible for research,
development and innovation in Spain. It runs
programmes on these activities, and actively cooperates
with the regional governments on these issues. The
Ministry paticipates in about thirty ERA-Nets, and is
MICINN has a Directorate General for Research and
Engaged in nine out the the ten Joint Programming
Activities. MICINN coordinates "Water Challenges for a
Changing World", as well as the ERA-Net SEASERA, and
co-coordinates "Healthy and Productive Seas and




Yes (if YES please go to the next page)
CDTI (Centre for technological and Industrial
Development). It targets private companies and
promotes development and innovation in all fields of
technology




Yes

The programme covers all areas of technology. There are
no scientific priorities as such, although CDTI is organized
in scientific programmes


http://www.cdti.es/




2008




2011




Ongoing
National
The current National Plan represents a continuation and
refinement of previous National Plans dating from 1988.
During these years, administrative procedures have
changed to provide more flexibility to Private
Companies, and evaluation procedures have been
All fields of technology are targeted by CDTI



CDTI is concerned with the technological and industrial
development in general.




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Relevant




Mr.




Juan Tomás
Hernani




Cid 4




Madrid


28001




Spain


+ 34 91 581 55 00




info@cdti.es




Yes (if YES go to the next page)
38 projects per year




1781 projects per year




5.39 M € per year
24 months




Actions of different nature, difficult to average




Demonstration, Others



Development and Innovation aspects undertaken by
private companies



Private sector




1,011 M € per year




No
No




Not Allowable




Possible




Not Allowable
Spain




Miguel Valle




valle_miguel@cdti.es

				
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