Mapping: FARHORIZON - Use of foresight to align research with longer term policy needs in Europe

The aim of this project is to pilot the use of foresight to align strategic and applied research with longer-term policy needs in Europe. It addresses a perceived gap in alignment under present arrangements and also argues that to develop, the European system needs a more content-oriented approach. It seeks to advance knowledge on:     differences across policy domains in the European Research and Innovation Ecosystem (also further articulating this concept) in terms of the role and the integration of research agendas in long-term policies and vice-versa; appropriate foresight designs needed to get engagement and secure follow-up across policy domains/areas. The project seeks to produce immediately useful results by selecting areas and participants with a view to stimulating action. Four areas with different sectoral characteristics will be selected with the advice of an independent panel to ensure that the pilot covers a range of circumstances. Success scenario workshops will be used to engage policymakers and those responsible for research. The methodology involves consideration of key drivers and wildcards to produce a vision of success. This is compared with the ability of the research and innovation ecosystem in the area to deliver and a roadmap for change is produced.

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MODE: VIEW


Annexe 1.3: Scoping Futures (3/7)

Context and Domain Coverage

Q1: Please indicate which of the following contexts best describe the study?

  • National study attached to a foresight or forward-looking programme

Q2: For FLA in the context of EC FP, indicate the type of instrument that ‘best’ fit the study?

  • Coordination and Support Actions (CSA)

Q3: Use 1 to 5 stars (*****) to indicate how the EC FP thematic areas relate to the study?

No. Thematic area Relevance
1
Food, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology (KBBE)
2
Information and communication technologies (ICT)
3
Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies
4
Energy
5
Environment (including climate change)
6
Transport (including aeronautics)
7
Socio-economic sciences and the humanities (SSH)
8
Space
9
Security

Q4: Use 1 to 5 stars (*****) to indicate how the FRASCATI categories relate to the study?

Id FRASCATI Category Name Relevance
A
Natural sciences
(A01) Mathematical science
(A02) Information, computing and communication science
(A03) Physical science
(A04) Chemical science
(A05) Earth sciences
(A06) Biological sciences
B
Engineering and Technology
(B01) Architecture, urban and building
(B02) Industrial Biotechnology and Food Sciences
(B03) Aerospace Engineering
(B04) Manufacturing Engineering
(B05) Chemical Engineering
(B06) Resources Engineering
(B07) Civil Engineering
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(B08) Geomatic Engineering
(B09) Environmental Engineering
(B10) Materials Engineering
(B11) Biomedical Engineering
(B12) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
(B13) Communications Technologies
(B14) Interdisciplinary Engineering
(B15) Other Engineering and Technology
C
Medical sciences
(C01) Medicine general
(C02) Immunology
(C03) Medical Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry
(C04) Medical Microbiology
(C05) Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences
(C06) Medical Physiology
(C07) Neurosciences
(C08) Dentistry
(C09) Optometry
(C10) Clinical Sciences
(C11) Nursing
(C12) Public Health and Health Services
(C13) Complementary/alternative Medicine
(C14) Human Movement and Sports Science
(C15) Other Medical and Health Sciences
D
Agricultural sciences
(D01) Crop and Pasture Production
(D02) Horticulture
(D03) Animal Production
(D04) Veterinary Sciences
(D05) Forestry Sciences
(D06) Fisheries Sciences
(D07) Land, Parks and Agriculture Management
(D08) Other Agricultural, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences
E
Social sciences
(E01) Education
(E02) Economics
(E03) Commerce, management, tourism and services
(E04) Policy and Political Science
(E05) Studies in human society
(E06) Behavioural and cognitive sciences
(E07) Law, justice and law enforcement

Q5: Use 1 to 5 stars (*****) to indicate how the NACE categories relate to the study?

Id NACE Category Name Relevance
A
Agriculture, forestry and fishing
B
Mining and quarrying
C
Manufacturing
D
Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
E
Water supply; sewerage; waste management and remediation activities
F
Construction
G
Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
H
Transporting and storage
I
Accommodation and food service activities
J
Information and communication
K
Financial and insurance activities
L
Real estate activities
M
Professional, scientific and technical activities
N
Administrative and support service activities
O
Public administration and defence; compulsory social security
P
Education
Q
Human health and social work activities

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