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Preparació FP9

Public consultation for the preparation of the next EU RDI Framework Program


The European Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) funds are strategic for Catalonia, capturing 2.6% of the EU funds in the first half of the Horizon 2020 program. Activities for the preparation of the next Framework program (provisionally called FP9), which will shape the future of European research and innovation in the period 2021-2027, have already begun.

FP9 will be a unique opportunity for European RDI. The Generalitat de Catalunya is working to identify key issues that will be important in the coming years to influence its definition and design, while ensuring that the most important priorities for the future of Catalonia are reflected.

The Department of Enterprise and Knowledge, and its main entities involved in RDI (ACCIÓ, AGAUR and CERCA) and the Delegation of the Government of Catalonia to the EU in Brussels coordinate the preparation of a position paper of the Government of Catalonia on FP9.

We invite you to participate in the public consultation and contribute to the design the future of the RDI of the European Union. The results of this consultation will be incorporated into the positioning paper of the Government of Catalonia, which will also include the opinion of different groups of experts.

Thank you in advance for participating.


To whom is it addressed: to all citizens and organizations. The contributions of researchers, entrepreneurs, innovators, sme's or managers who work in research and/or innovation institutions are especially welcome.

Deadline: 21.09.2017

How to send my contribution: answer the survey online (it will not take you more than 20 minutes). If you need to, you can view or print the survey in PDF format to prepare your answers. If you deem it appropriate, at the end of the online survey you will be able to upload your position paper. You can consult relevant documents in the section of complementary documentation. For any technical incidence, please contact: spei.agaur@gencat.cat


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Update:  17.07.2017