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High Level Group for Joint Programming (GPC)

01WHAT'S UP

02INTRODUCTION

The GPC (Groupe de haut niveau pour la Programmation Conjointe) was founded as a dedicated configuration of the European Research Area Committee (ERAC). It was given the tasks to identify and substantiate a limited number of Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) themes, and to develop guidelines on framework conditions for Joint Programming.

The GPC has successfully initiated and accompanied the setting up of ten Joint Programming Initiatives and has delivered “Voluntary Guidelines on Framework Conditions for Joint Programming”. It has been decided that the GPC will continue its work in order to support the activities of the JPIs and to develop the Joint Programming Process further. Among the main tasks of the GPC are the monitoring of JPIs, the improvement of the framework conditions for Joint Programming, the promotion of the alignment of research and innovation funding at national and European level, and the possible selection of new themes for further JPIs.The GPC is currently chaired by Mr Leonidas Antoniou (Cyprus).

Please find more information on current initiatives in the directory "Joint Programming"

03KEY DOCUMENTS

DOCUMENT WORK PROGRAMME 2018-19 DOCUMENT FINAL REPORT GPC TASK FORCE ANALYSIS OF LONG TERM STRATEGIES OF JOINT PROGRAMMING INITIATIVES DOCUMENT GPC OPINION ON THE FUTURE OF JOINT PROGRAMMING TO ADDRESS SOCIETAL CHALLENGES DOCUMENT MANDATE OF THE GPC WG ON LONG TERM STRATEGY OF JOINT PROGRAMMING DOCUMENT GPC CONTRIBUTION TO THE ERA ROADMAP DOCUMENT GPC RULES OF PROCEDURE DOCUMENT MANDATE OF THE GPC

04MEETINGS

05MEMBERS

Mr. MARTIN SCHMID, Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research

E-Mail martin.schmid@bmbwf.gv.at

Ms. BRIGITTE WEISS, Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology,
E-Mail brigitte.weiss@bmvit.gv.at

Substitute:
Mr. THOMAS ZERGOI, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG),
E-Mail thomas.zergoi@ffg.at

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