Joint Programming Initiatives
Joint Programming Initiatives (JPI) coordinate national research areas and launch joint calls providing the opportunity to cooperate at a European level. The aim of the joint programming process is to pool national research efforts in order to make better use of Europe's research and development resources and tackle common European challenges more effectively.
|Program Owner / Sponsor||sonstige|
Environment and energy, Further research areas, Information technology, Life Sciences, Material and manufacturing, Mobility and Transport, Security and Defense
Submission with a proposal process
European and international programmes
|What is being funded||For more information check the respective website of the JPI.|
These initiatives address key societal challenges such as climate change, energy and food security, and healthy aging, which cannot be solved at the national level alone. They are designed to pool the limited resources for research and development and leverage complementary expertise.
Funding for the Joint Programming Initiatives largely comes from the participating Member States. The European Commission supports the establishment of organisational structures for individual initiatives in the form of Coordination and Support Actions (CSA).
The 10 Joint Programming Initiatives
The Member States are free to participate in any of the Joint Programming Initiatives to find a joint solution to a problem or achieve a joint goal.
- JPI Urban Europe – Global Urban Challenges, Joint European Solutions
- JPI Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND)
- JPI Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (FACCE)
- JPI A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (HDHL)
- JPI Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe (CLIMATE)
- JPI More Years, Better Lives – The Potentials and Challenges of Demographic Change (MYBL)
- JPI Water Challenges for a Changing World
- JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change: A New Challenge for Europe (Austria does not participate)
- JPI Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans (Austria does not participate)
- JPI The Microbial Challenge – An Emerging Threat to Human Health (Austria does not participate)
Description of the target group:
For more information check the respective website of the JPI.