D 3.3 – Third Annual Joint priority list: EJP-CONCERT - European Joint Programme for the Integration of Radiation Protection - H2020 – 662287

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    Within CONCERT, no extra funding was foreseen for a 3rd call for scientific projects. However the draft EURATOM Work Programme was launched and presented on the EURATOM Fission Info Day in Brussels on 9 October 2017. The topic of interest to radiation protection research in this Work Programme is action NFRP-2018-08. The Deliverable D3.3 is therefore used to present the joint gap analysis of potential use to project leaders that will submit project proposals to NFRP-2018-08. This call clearly states that “this action should seek close cooperation with and complement actions of CONCERT and MEDIRAD”, and that “this action must take into account prioritization of research in this field reflected in the strategic research agendas of the Radiation Protection Research Platforms MELODI, EURADOS, NERIS, ALLIANCE and EURAMED”. In addition, the scope of projects answering the call should be based on a “gap analysis”, as this will be considered during the evaluation. Right after the EURATOM Fission Info Day meeting, a meeting of platforms and former Euratom project coordinators took place, to discuss practical arrangements relating to the preparation of proposals answering the NFRP-2018-08 call. This meeting took place on the 9th of November 2018 at the premises of the Representation of Lower Saxony to the European Union. At this meeting it was (a.o.) decided to provide a gap analysis to be publicly available to the research community: With the information of the SRAs and the past projects in hands, the platforms felt best placed to share their experience and provide such a joint gap analysis. This deliverable presents the gap analyses provided by the platforms individually as well as a joint gap analysis.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEC - European Commission
    Number of pages133
    StatePublished - 2 Mar 2018

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