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  • 1. ICT Call 2 Stephen O’Reilly - ICT National Contact Point
  • 2. Overview
    • General Introduction / Overview
    • ICT Call 1 review
    • ICT Call 2 ( Main focus of presentation )
    • ICT Call 3
    • EI Supports
  • 3. Framework Programme 7: 2007-2013
    • European Commission's instrument for supporting R&D
    • Budget is over €50 Billion
    • Covers Four Specific Research Programmes
      • Cooperation (€32.202 Billion);
      • Ideas (€7.460 Billion);
      • People (€4.577 Billion);
      • Capacities (€4.193 Billion)
  • 4. ICT Work Programme approach and structure
    • A limited set of Challenges that
      • respond to well-identified industry and technology needs
      • and/or
      • target specific socio-economic goals
    • A Challenge is addressed through a limited set of Objectives that form the basis of Calls for Proposals
    • An Objective is described in terms of
      • target outcome - in terms of characteristics
      • expected impact - in terms of industrial competitiveness, societal goal, technology progress
    • A total of 25 Objectives expressed within 7 Challenges
  • 5. Funding Schemes
    • 3 funding schemes – 5 “instruments”
    • Collaborative Projects (CP)*
      • Large Scale Integrating Projects (“IP”)
      • Small or medium scale focused research actions (“STREP”)
    • Networks of Excellence (NoE)
    • Coordination and Support Actions (CSA)
      • Coordinating or networking actions (“CA”)
      • Support Actions (“SSA”)
    • ICT Workprogramme – 2007/08:
    • budget pre-allocation to instruments !
    • *SICA – Specific International Co-operation Actions
  • 6. Budget split per objective
    • For each Work Programme objective:
    • A reserved amount for CSAs
      • support activities won’t need to compete against research projects for funding
    • A reserved amount for NoE
      • won’t fund multiple NoEs to compete with each other
    • Remaining (main) part of budget committed to Collaborative Projects
      • minimum percent Integrating Projects , minimum percent Focused Research Actions , the remainder distributed by quality of the proposals
  • 7. ICT Work Programme Challenges Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) 2. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics 1. Network and service infrastructures 3. Components, systems, engineering 4. Digital libraries and content 5. ICT for health 6. ICT for mobility & sustainable growth 7. ICT for independent living and inclusion Socio-economic goals Industry/Tech needs
  • 8. ICT Call 1 Review
  • 9.
    • ICT-2007.1.1 Network of the future
    • ICT-2007.1.2 Service & software architectures, infrastructures & engineering
    • ICT-2007.1.3 ICT in support of the networked enterprise
    • ICT-2007.1.4 Secure, dependable and trusted infrastructures
    • ICT-2007.1.5 Networked media
    • ICT-2007.2.1 Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics
    • ICT-2007.3.1 Next generation nanoelectronics components and electronics integration
    • ICT-2007.3.2 Organic and large-area electronics and display systems
    • ICT-2007.3.3 Embedded systems design
    • ICT-2007.3.4 Computing systems
    Call 1 (Closed on 8 th May 2007)
  • 10. Call 1 ctd.
    • ICT-2007.4.1 Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning
    • ICT-2007.4.2 Intelligent content and semantics
    • ICT-2007.5.1 Personal health systems for monitoring and point-of-care diagnostics
    • ICT-2007.5.2 Advanced ICT for risk assessment and patient safety
    • ICT-2007.6.1 ICT for the intelligent vehicles and mobility services
    • ICT-2007.7.1 ICT and ageing
    • ICT-2007.8.1 Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
    • ICT-2007.8.2 Pervasive adaptation
    • ICT-2007.8.3 Bio-ICT convergence
  • 11. Call 1 statistics
  • 12. Call 1 timetable
    • Deadline for submission of proposals:
    • 17h00 8th May 2007 (Brussels time)
    • Evaluation of proposals: Commencing 4th June
    • Invitation letter to Hearings: Weeks commencing 11 th or 18th June
    • Hearings (IPs & NoEs): Week commencing 25th June
    • Evaluation Summary Reports: Mid-July
    • Invitation to negotiations : Early August
    • Signature of first grant agreements : October-November
  • 13. ICT Call 2
  • 14. Call 2 Timetable
    • Official call launch: early June (Tuesday 12 th ?)
    • Deadline for submission of proposals:
    • 17h00 9th October 2007 (Brussels time)
    • Evaluation of proposals: Commencing 5th November
    • (IP Hearings: Commencing 26th November )
    • Evaluation Summary Reports: Mid-December
    • Invitation to negotiations : January 2008
    • Signature of first grant agreements : March-April 2008
  • 15. Objectives covered
    • ICT-2007.1.6 New paradigms and experimental facilities
    • ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems
    • ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems
    • ICT-2007.3.7 Networked embedded and control systems
    • ICT-2007.5.3 Virtual physiological human
    • ICT-2007.6.2 ICT for cooperative systems
    • ICT-2007.6.3 ICT for environmental management and energy efficiency
    • ICT-2007.7.2 Accessible and inclusive ICT
  • 16. ICT-2007.1.6 New paradigms and experimental facilities
  • 17. ICT-2007.1.6 New paradigms and experimental facilities
    • Experimentally-driven long-term research related to the Future Internet
    • Interconnected testbeds
    • Part of Challenge 1 – complementary e.g. to “ Technologies and systems architectures for the Future Internet ”, part of Objective “The network of the Future” (Call 1)
    • To bootstrap and prepare the European FIRE Future Internet Research and Experimentation Initiative
    • Call 2 - Budget: 40 M€ - planned opening June, closure October 2007
    • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/fire
  • 18. ICT-2007.1.6 New paradigms and experimental facilities
    • Target Outcome
    • Advanced networking approaches to architectures and protocols
      • to cope with the increased scale, resilience, complexity, mobility, security and transparency of the Future Internet
      • coupled with their validation in large scale testing environments based on a combination of physical and 'virtual' infrastructures
    • Interconnected testbeds addressing:
      • novel distributed and reconfigurable protocol architectures;
      • novel distributed network and service architectures, infrastructures and software platforms;
      • advanced embedded or overlay security, trust and identity management architectures and technologies
      • system-level testbeds for providing trusted access to e-services with users requiring no administration and security skills
    • Coordination and Support Actions
  • 19. ICT-2007.1.6 New paradigms and experimental facilities
    • Impact and Budget
      • Strengthened EU position in Future Internet Developments
      • Wider take-up of RTD on networks and services facilitated by comprehensive validation
      • Global consensus towards standards and strengthened international co-operation through interconnected testbeds and interconnection capabilities offered to third countries
      • Higher confidence in the secure use of the internet
      • CP 36 M€: IPs min 12 M€, STREPs min 15 M€
      • NoE 3M€
      • CSA 1M€
  • 20. Further Information
    • Future Internet Research and Experimentation
    • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/fire
    • Contact
      • Unit INFSO - F4 New Infrastructure Paradigms and Experimental Facilities
      • Per Blixt (HoU)
      • Max Lemke (DHoU)
      • Fabrizio Sestini
  • 21. ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems
  • 22. ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems Core Photonic Components & Subsystems Application-specific Photonic Components & Subsystems Underlying Technologies Complementary Measures Support Measures IP, STREP IP, STREP, NoE CA, SSA
  • 23. ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems
  • 24. ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems
    • Impact
    • Maintain leading position of European industry in high value photonic products
    • To strengthen Europe’s position as a leading supplier of electronic/photonic components and systems
    • Continued European leadership in photonics R&D
    • (securing the necessary human resources and knowledge to design, produce and use new generations of photonic components)
    • Develop new photonic based applications
    • (with emphasis on communications, health, well-being, environment, safety and security)
    • Impact (as described here) is a critical evaluation criterion!
  • 25. ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems
    • Core Photonic Components & Subsystems
      • High performance lasers
      • High brightness, power efficient solid-state light sources for ICT & general lighting applications
      • Optical fibres for high performance & for specific functions
      • High performance image sensors
      • Sensors exploiting innovative sensing principles
    • Application Specific Photonic Components & Subsystems
      • Truly cost-effective broadband core networks at 40 GBit/s or beyond per channel
      • Scalable, future-proof & economic broadband access & LAN
      • Supporting the “Network of the Future”
      • Minimally invasive medical diagnosis & prevention
      • Sensing for environment, well-being, safety & security
  • 26. ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and subsystems
    • Underlying Technologies
      • Integration & manufacturing technologies
      • Design methodologies & tools
  • 27. Further Information
    • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/photonics/home_en.html
    • Photonics Unit e-mail:
      • [email_address]
    • Gustav Kalbe:
      • [email_address]
    • Inventory of European Optics and Photonics Research & Industry:
      • www.opera2015.org
    • Photonics21 :
      • www.photonics21.org
  • 28. ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems
  • 29. ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems
    • Micro/nanosystems are miniaturised systems able to
    • Sense , diagnose, describe and qualify a given situation;
    • Suggest or implement appropriate actions ;
    • Interact with the user, the environment or another smart systems.
  • 30. ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems
    • Next generation smart systems Sensor- & actuator-based systems High density mass storage
    • Micro/Nano-Bio-ICT convergence Biosensors, lab-on-a-chip, bioMEMS, autonomous implants
    • Integration of smart materials Integration of micro-nano technologies and smart systems into new & traditional materials, e.g. textiles, glass, paper
    • From smart systems to viable products Microsystems manufacturing technologies
    • Smart systems for communications & data management Smart micro/nanosystems enabling wireless access & facilitating intelligent networking
    • Support actions Technology access, education & training, coordination & dissemination at EU level
  • 31. ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems
    • Interdisciplinarity Mechanics, electronics, fluidics, biology, magnetism, optics
    • Convergence Micro/nano, ICT, bio
    • Heterogeneity Semiconductor, ceramic, glass, organic
    • Multifunctionality
    • Sensing, processing, logic, memory, comm, energy
    • Integration Monolithic, hybrid, multichip, large area
  • 32. ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems
    • Total: 83 M€
    • 75 M€ Collaborative Projects
      • 20 M€ IPs (min.)
      • 32 M€ STREPs (min.)
    • 4 M€ NoE
    • 4 M€ CSA (CA+SA)
  • 33. Further Information
    • Website: http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/mnd/
    • Contacts:
      • [email_address] [email_address]
  • 34. ICT-2007.3.7 Networked embedded and control systems
  • 35. ICT-2007.3.7 Networked embedded and control systems
    • Today electronics and software are embedded in billions of devices and objects. Pervasive data will change how these intelligent objects dynamically pool information, cooperate under severe constraints and reliably interact and control the physical world
    • Three target Outcomes:
    • 1) Middleware for seamless connectivity and inter-working
    • 2) Cooperating Objects and Wireless Sensor Networks
    • 3) Control of large-scale, complex distributed systems
  • 36. ICT-2007.3.7 Networked embedded and control systems
      • Expected Impact
      • Prepare for the needs of tomorrow’s large scale infrastructures
      • Control of 10 times more complex systems at 10% of today’s effort
      • 100% available plants whilst reducing maintenance cost and reducing accidents
      • Seizing new markets by providing new services tailored to customer needs
      • Easy and low cost deployment for monitoring of the environment and natural resources
  • 37. ICT-2007.3.7 Networked embedded and control systems
    • Focus 1: Middleware
      • STREPs only
      • CSA for source code sharing and for standardisation initiatives
    • Focus 2: Cooperating Objects and WSNs
      • STREPs only
      • NoE
    • Focus 3: Control of large-scale systems
      • STREPs only
      • CSA for international cooperation
    • Total for this objective in call 2 : 47 M€ *
    • STREPS: 41 M€ * - NoE: 4 M€ * - CSAs: 2 M€ *
    • * amount to be confirmed after the Commission decision on 2008 budget proposal
  • 38. Further Information
    • Contacts
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/necs/home_en.html
  • 39. ICT-2007.5.3 Virtual physiological human
  • 40. ICT-2007.5.3 Virtual physiological human
    • Basis is the International physiome project www.physiome.org
      • The Virtual Physiological Human is a methodological and technological framework that once established will enable the investigation of the human body as a single complex system.
      • The VPH research roadmap developed by project STEP www.europhysiome.org
    • New basis for:
    • Personalised (Patient-specific) healthcare solution
    • Early diagnostics & Predictive medicine
  • 41. ICT-2007.5.3 Virtual physiological human
      • In ICT terms:
      • Computational framework for multi-scale in-silico model(s) of the human physiology and a toolbox for simulation and visualisation.
      • Patient specific model from bio-signals and (multimodal) images including molecular images
      • Technologies involved:
      • Data mining, knowledge discovery tool, semantic integration, databank, biomedical imaging, modelling, simulation and visualisation techniques, HealthGrid (infrastructure and tools)
  • 42. Further Information
    • Research and Policy site http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/ehealth
    • Health Research Newsletter (monthly issues) including key Policy information every quarter http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/health/research/newsletter/index_en.htm
    • [email_address]
  • 43. ICT-2007.6.2 ICT for cooperative systems
  • 44. ICT-2007.6.2 ICT for cooperative systems
    • advanced, reliable, fast and secure vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication for new functionalities real-time traffic management and new levels of support to active safety systems in vehicles and to the driver
    • large scale test programmes (field operational tests) with comprehensive assessment of the efficiency, quality, robustness and user-friendliness of IT solutions for smarter, safer and cleaner vehicles and real-time traffic management
    • focusing on the sub-areas:
          • Cooperative Systems
          • Field Operational Tests
          • Coordination and Support Activities
    • Indicative Budget 48M€
  • 45. ICT-2007.6.2 ICT for cooperative systems
    • The potential benefits include:
    • increased road network capacity
    • reduced congestion and pollution
    • shorter and more predictable journey times
    • improved traffic safety for all road users
    • lower vehicle operating costs
    • more efficient logistics
    • improved management and control of the road network (both urban and inter-urban)
    • increased efficiency of the public transport systems
    • better and more efficient response to hazards, incidents and accidents
    Car-to-Infrastructure Communication Car-to-Car Communication
  • 46. ICT-2007.6.2 ICT for cooperative systems
    • Expected Impact of RTD in “Co-operative Systems”:
      • Common pan-European architecture, standards and deployment model for co-operative systems.
      • World leadership of Europe's transport industry in the emerging area of Co-operative Systems and in road and network operator’s tools.
      • Significant improvements in safety, security, energy efficiency, emissions reduction, comfort and sustainability of transport. This includes contribution towards the objective of reducing fatalities with 50% in EU-25 by 2010, and on longer term work towards the "zero-fatalities" scenario and a contribution to a significant reduction in the energy consumption and congestion in road transport.
      • Proof-of-concept to all stakeholders through Field Operational Tests ensuring the wider take up of intelligent vehicle systems and co-operative systems.
  • 47. Further Information
    • www.ec.europa.eu/energy/efficiency/index_en.htm
    • http://ec.europa.eu/transport/transport_policy_review/index_en.htm
  • 48. ICT-2007.6.3 ICT for environmental management and energy efficiency
  • 49. ICT-2007.6.3 environmental management and energy efficiency
    • ICT for Environmental Management
    • Focus on unsustainable trends which undermine future economic growth and impact on the quality of life in Europe
      • degraded environment
      • higher risk exposure to diverse pollutants
      • higher risk exposure to ever more frequent disasters
    • Vision of ICT contributing to a cleaner, safer and healthier global environment
    • To consolidate the European capacity of mastering, predicting and managing the environment and its resources, making use of ICT that interoperate in a single information space for the environment in Europe
    • ICT input to the EU Sustainable Development Strategy
  • 50. ICT-2007.6.3 environmental management and energy efficiency
    • ICT for Energy Efficiency
    • Focus on unsustainable trends which undermine future economic growth and impact on the quality of life in Europe
      • Increasing demand for natural resources, including energy
      • Increasing CO 2 emissions resulting from production and use of energy
    • ICT contribution to:
      • optimise the use of natural resources, including energy, throughout the whole life-cycle of products and processes
      • design smarter and cleaner products and processes, optimising energy consumption and reducing waste
    • EU target: taking the lead towards more sustainable consumption and production in the global economy
    • ICT input to the EU Sustainable Development Strategy
  • 51. Further Information
    • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/sustainable-growth/
    • DG INFSO Unit « ICT for Sustainable Growth  »
      • Mailbox: INFSO– [email_address]
    • Home page of the i2010 initiative:
      • http://ec.europa.eu/information-society/eeurope/i2010/index-en.htm
    • Life-Environment
    • http:// ec.europa.eu/environment/life/life/environment.htm
    • Intelligent Energy – Europe
    • http://ec.europa.eu/energy/intelligent/index_en.htm
  • 52. ICT-2007.7.2 Accessible and inclusive ICT
  • 53. ICT-2007.7.2 Accessible and inclusive ICT
  • 54. ICT-2007.7.2 Accessible and inclusive ICT
  • 55. Further Information
    • Web Resources
      • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/programme/challenge7_en.html
      • http://europa.eu.int/information_society/einclusion
    • Key Contacts
      • Accessible and Inclusive ICT
        • Embedding Accessibility
        • Computer Simulation
        • Non-invasive Brain Computer Interaction
        • Social Inclusion of Young People
    • General Contacts
          • Unit ICT for Inclusion (H3)
          • European Commission - Information Society and Media DG
          • Office: BU31 04/50 B-1049 Brussels
          • Email: einclusion@ec.europa.eu
          • Tel: +32 2 295 02 65
          • Fax: +32 2 295 13 00
  • 56. Future and Emerging Technologies
    • Objective
    • To lay foundations of the ICT innovations of tomorrow
    • To foster trans-disciplinary research excellence in emerging ICT-related research domains
    • To help emerging research communities to organise and structure their research agenda
    • Impact
    • Pathfinder role: prepare for future ICT directions in the WP
    • Create new long-term competitive options for ICT
    • Avoid ‘tunnel vision’ in FP7, by exploring unconventional ‘minority’ options and opportunities off the beaten track
  • 57. FET Open
    • Call published 22 December 2006
    • 2 stage submission (pre proposal and full proposal)
    • Proposals receivable from 6 March 2007
    • 6 closing dates for pre-proposals upto 31 December 2008
    • Will be extended beyond 2008
    • 61 M€ for CP (STREP only)
      • ICT relevant, visionary, high quality, long term….
    • 4 M€ for CSA (CA only)
  • 58.  
  • 59. ICT Call 3
  • 60. Call 3
    • Expected to open Dec. ’07, close Mar. ’08
    • Indicative Budget 265 M€
    • Topics
    • ICT-2007.2.2 Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics
    • ICT-2007.4.3 Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning 50 M€
    • ICT-2007.4.4 Intelligent content and semantics
    • ICT-2007.8.4 Science of complex systems for socially intelligent ICT
    • ICT-2007.8.5 Embodied Intelligence
    • ICT-2007.8.6 ICT forever yours
  • 61. Enterprise Ireland Supports http://www.enterprise-ireland.com/fp7
  • 62. Dedicated National Support Network
    • Team of 33 people consisting of:-
    • National Director
      • Co-ordinated and coherent approach across the entire FP7 programme
    • National Delegates
      • EU programme committees
      • Identify strategic opportunities
    • National Contact Points
      • “ hands–on” support for potential participants
  • 63. Enterprise Ireland Funding
    • For Academics
      • Travel Grant
      • Proposal Preparation Support (Co-ordinators)
    • For Companies
      • Feasibility Grant Scheme
  • 64. Brussels Office
    • Contact point in Brussels for Irish R&D
    • Facilitates access to the Commission – handles queries
    • Meeting room available for potential / established consortia (~20 people)
    • Participates in IGLO (Informal Group of Liaison Offices)
    • Conveniently located
    • Needs to be booked in advance!
  • 65. Ideal-ist
    • The worldwide ICT Partner Search Network
      • 49 national representatives
    • All requests for partner search are vetted by Ideal-ist Quality team before being published
    • Search request distributed to over 55,000 international contacts
    • Average of 36 responses per partner search
    • No obligation to accept any responses
    • http://www.ideal-ist.net/
  • 66. Finding a call
  • 67. For further information [email_address] T: +353-21-4800217 M: +353-87-9281449 Stephen O’Reilly Enterprise Ireland National Support Team