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Sustaining Technology and Research

 

 

Date / Duration

2012-2015, 36 months

Funding

7. Frameworkprogramme for research and technological development of the European Commission (FP7), INCO; Support Action

Budget

1'799'181 €

Partners

11 companies and universiteis from 6 countries

Website

www.dragon-star.eu

  

Dragonstars

 

Description

People’s Republic of China has the largest population in the world and occupies a position of geo-strategic importance. The Chinese S&T and innovation system is developing extremely fast and dynamically and China has become a major new actor in the global system for the production of knowledge.

The EC-China S&T Cooperation Agreement was first signed in 1998. Today – 15 years later – the Sino-European cooperation shows growing dynamism as is demonstrated by the growing numbers of participations of Chinese partners in cooperative research projects.

However, there is still work to be done in terms of the reciprocity in the bilateral cooperation, in dealing with specific societal challenges and by establishing broader research collaboration beyond the framework programs.

Dragon-STAR will support the Sino-European collaboration at 4 levels:

  • Supporting the quantity and quality of the Chinese participation in the Framework Programs
  • Supporting the reciprocity originating from the signed EU-China Scientific Cooperation Agreement
  • Supporting the bilateral cooperation in the broader field of innovation and especially the technological cooperation between industrial players.
  • Supporting the ongoing bilateral Scientific Cooperation dialogue with studies and reports.
  • Tasks EUrelations AG

    EUrelations AG contributed substantially to the preparation oft he successful proposal. In addition, we are an active research partner and will contribute significantly to the projects results.