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23.09.2013 - FP7 Book by Mr Myer Morron (FREE) V2.17
02/01/2012 - FP7 Proposal Finance Spread Sheet V1R
09/12/2007 - Issues surrounding 60% Derogation Overhead Rate for SMEs
23/10/2007 - Recording Hours Guidelines For FP7 Projects
15/10/2007 - How to Deal With VAT & Taxes In FP7 Projects
29/08/2007 - How to Calculate Man Months and Man Month Rates

Welcome to EFPC's website on the Seventh Framework Program. EFPC offers expertise in all aspects of The Framework Program starting from the Idea, through the Proposal, Contract Negotiation, Financial Aspects, Project Management, Final Reports, Cost Statements & Audit Certificates and beyond. In addition, EFPC Research participates in FP projects...


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Updated Free downloadable FP7 book V2.17 available now.

Version 2.17 of Mr. Myer W. Morron’s  FP7 Book, which follows... Read More

“Horizon 2020 at a Glance” leaflet published.

The Finance Helpdesk has published the first in aseries of leaf... Read More

Updated FP7 Budget Table tool V1R is available now.

EFPC together with the Finance Helpdesk have updated their “Budget Table for a STREP” tool in line with the new FP7 Grant Agreement ... Read More

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The 7th EU Research Framework Program is organised in four parts corresponding to four major components of European Research:


Co-operation - Collaborative trans-national research activities

Ideas - Basic research implemented though the European Research Council (ERC)

People - Marie Curie actions and other training and mobility initiatives

Capacities - Development of research infrastructures and support to regional clusters, SMEs and international cooperation


Each of them is subject of a Specific Program


Contact Us now to order a customized FP7 Training Workshop on any topic within FP7.


The Latests drafts of the Workprograms are available upon request


The Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) includes the following thematic areas under the Cooperation Program:

* Health

* Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology

* Information and Communication Technologies

* Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies

* Energy

* Environment (including Climate Change)

* Transport (including Aeronautics)

* Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities

* Security

* Space


The Ten high level themes above are implemented via four types of activities:

ü        Collaborative projects and networks (~RTD);

ü        Joint Technology Initiatives (~ ETP);

ü        Co-ordination of national research programs (~ ERA-NET);

ü        International Co-operation (~ INCO)


The ten high level themes are broadly defined, at relatively high level. For each of them, a series of research topics have been identified as priority subjects for EU support. In the case of subjects of industrial nature and relevance in particular, the topics have been identified relying, among other sources, on the work of different “European Technology Platforms” set up in various fields. Under each theme, beside these topics, the possibility will be ensured to address in an open and flexible way two types of opportunities and needs:   

Emerging needs: through a specific support to spontaneous research proposals aiming at identifying or further exploring, in a given fields and/or at the intersection of several disciplines,   new scientific and technological opportunities, in particular linked with a potential for significant breakthroughs;

Unforeseen policy needs: to respond in a flexible way to new policy needs that arise during the course of the Framework Programme, for instance related with unforeseen developments or events requiring a quick reaction like, in the past, the SARS epidemic or emerging concerns in food safety.

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