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スイスの Horizon 2020 参加に関する最新情報

JEUPISTE announcement

クロアチアからの移民の制限に賛成する国民投票の結果を受け、スイスは Horizon 2020 関連国としての承認を受けられず、日本や米国と同様の第三国として扱われてきましたが、2016年までの期限付きで、「科学的卓越 (scientific excellence)」に属するプログラム、欧州研究評議会 (ERC) の各種助成や人材交流・キャリア形成のためのマリー・スクウォドウスカ・キュリー アクション、未来萌芽的技術開発 (Future Emerging Technologies; FET) といった分野に関してのみスイスは関連国扱いされることが決められ、2014年9月15日から暫定的に運用されています。正式決定は 2014年末だそうです。詳しくは、下記や添付書類をご覧下さい。

 

Partial association of Switzerland to Horizon 2020.

Associate Country (AC) Status: This partial association allows researchers in Switzerland to again participate as associated and equally entitled partners in all activities under the first pillar of Horizon 2020, comprising ERC grants, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) and research infrastructures, from 15 September 2014. Researchers in Switzerland will also be able to participate as associated partners in the programme section on Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation. As associated partners, researchers in Switzerland will again receive direct funding from the EU.

Third Country (TC) Status: For all other Horizon 2020 calls (second and third pillar) Switzerland remains a third country entity. In these programme areas Swiss partners can still join European collaborative projects, however they will not be entitled to any direct funding from the EU for their part. The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) will provide direct funding to researchers in Switzerland, whose participation in collaborative projects under Horizon 2020 were positively evaluated but are not funded by the European Commission. Applications for direct funding (or national funding) to SERI will be possible via www.h2020.ch from November 2014 onward.