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FP7 Call 5 Support Action, FP7-ICT-257548        ENSEMBLE: THE 2-YEAR EXPERIENCE...                                       ...
Community Support                    Scientific Excellence               Web Infrastructures                       FInES C...
There is quite some history here…
Different interpretations of existing EI knowledgeWassily Kandinsky (1913) Composition VII
To contribute towards the establishment of Enterprise Interoperability Science,    through defining the concepts, analysin...
Axis 1: Actions        targeting EI        neighbouring        scientific domains                              EISB Wave 1...
EI is the capacity of two or more enterprises,including all the systems within their boundaries and the external systems t...
Glossary, Taxonomy, Draft OntologyScientific Areas, EISB ElementsProblem / Solution SpacesLaws/Guiding Principles and Hypo...
0 EISB Scientific Neighbouring Domain Reference Glossary0 Analysis of Selected Neighbouring Domains   0   Learning Phase  ...
0 Elaborating on a Assessment Framework:   0   Patterns-based   0   Related to Problem-Solution Paths0 Specification of EI...
FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012   12
 Single source of current knowledge on Enterprise  Interoperability       Reduced tendency to re-invent technology     ...
     Jardim-Goncalves, R.; Grilo, A.; Agostinho, C.; Lampathaki, F.; and Charalabidis, Y. (2012)      Systematisation of ...
Access to FInES-related                                     Share results (FInESPedia  information (Portal)               ...
Portal                                      • Complete Access to update all pages, to post news and            Cluster Off...
18.756 visits in the FInES portal coming from 120 countries          8.286 absolute unique visitors in the FInES portal 50...
250+ Experts engaged      >18 Neighbouring Domains approached and analyzed               8 Events organized by ENSEMBLE   ...
0   Scientific work in a community that is more applied research-oriented    proved difficult     0   The development of t...
0   To other scientific disciplines…0   To SMEs and entrepreneurs…0   To other non-ICT industry sectors…0   To tools, meth...
0 Sustainability of  systems and  knowledge gained0 Evolution through  new ideas / projects
0   Continuous support to the main activities of the cluster for the transition    period until a new CSA starts     0   H...
J. Psarras  (NTUA)       Y. Charalabidis       F. Lampathaki         S. Koussouris     R. GoncalvesCoordinator        (NTU...
Petra Ahrweiler,             Arne-Jørgen Stephen Bishop, Jonathan Cave,                                   David Chen,    U...
ENSEMBLE is Over..Our Collaborative Work     Now Begins!
FP7 Call 5 Support Action, FP7-ICT-257548                                                            THANKS FOR YOUR ATTEN...
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ENSEMBLE: The 2-Year Experience
Dr. Fenareti Lampathaki
Greek Interoperability Centre, National Technical University of Greece (NTUA)

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  1. 1. FP7 Call 5 Support Action, FP7-ICT-257548 ENSEMBLE: THE 2-YEAR EXPERIENCE... Dr. Fenareti Lampathaki, Greek Interoperability Centre, National Technical University of Greece (NTUA) FInES Cluster Meeting Brussels, October 12th, 2012National Technical University Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Coventry University UNINOVA - Instituto de INTRASOFT International S.A. of Athens (Coordinator) Istituto Di Analisi Dei Sistemi Ed Desenvolvimento de Novas Informatica “A. Ruberti” Tecnologias
  2. 2. Community Support Scientific Excellence Web Infrastructures FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 2
  3. 3. There is quite some history here…
  4. 4. Different interpretations of existing EI knowledgeWassily Kandinsky (1913) Composition VII
  5. 5. To contribute towards the establishment of Enterprise Interoperability Science, through defining the concepts, analysing the best practices, synthesising scientific methods and tools from neighbouring domains, defining problem and solution patterns, affecting standardisation, so that enterprises can be systematically assisted in exploiting the benefits of interoperability at strategic, organisational, semantic and technical levels, yielding innovative products and services of unprecedented quality, return on investment and sustainability. EISB = A different, more scientific way to deal with interoperability, tackling issues at design time, with a systemic way FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 5
  6. 6. Axis 1: Actions targeting EI neighbouring scientific domains EISB Wave 1 - EISB Wave 2 -EISB State EISB EISB Wave 3 - Basic Hypothesis and of Play Action Plan Empowerment Elements Experimentation Axis 2: Actions focused within the FInES cluster ENSEMBLE Contribution to the Waves FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 7
  7. 7. EI is the capacity of two or more enterprises,including all the systems within their boundaries and the external systems that they utilize or are affected by, in order to cooperate seamlessly, over a sustained period of time to pursue a common objective
  8. 8. Glossary, Taxonomy, Draft OntologyScientific Areas, EISB ElementsProblem / Solution SpacesLaws/Guiding Principles and Hypothesis
  9. 9. 0 EISB Scientific Neighbouring Domain Reference Glossary0 Analysis of Selected Neighbouring Domains 0 Learning Phase 0 Extensibility Phase
  10. 10. 0 Elaborating on a Assessment Framework: 0 Patterns-based 0 Related to Problem-Solution Paths0 Specification of EISB Tools0 Syllabus EI Post-graduate Programme & EISB Training Tutorial0 Envisioning Future Research Directions
  11. 11. FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 12
  12. 12.  Single source of current knowledge on Enterprise Interoperability  Reduced tendency to re-invent technology  Reduced tendency to focus on limited subset of solution approaches  Development of generalised software solutions based on comprehensive domain knowledge and application of standards  Grasping opportunities for application of research results Problem and solution space knowledge together with services to link problem patterns to appropriate solution approaches  Supporting problem diagnosis, by directing investigation to critical problem characteristics  Accelerating the selection of applicable solution approaches, and leading to the EISB knowledge to support adoption FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 13
  13. 13.  Jardim-Goncalves, R.; Grilo, A.; Agostinho, C.; Lampathaki, F.; and Charalabidis, Y. (2012) Systematisation of Interoperability Body of Knowledge: The foundation for EI as a science. Enterprise Information Systems. DOI:10.1080/17517575.2012.684401  Listed in ISI Web of Knowledge, Impact Factor, 2012 JCR Science Edition: 3.684. Lampathaki, F., Koussouris, S., Agostinho, C., Jardim-Goncalves, R., Charalabidis, Y., Psarras, J. (2012) Infusing Scientific Foundations into Enterprise Interoperability. Computers in Industry  Listed in ISI Web of Knowledge, Impact Factor, 2012 JCR Science Edition: 1.529 Jardim-Goncalves, R., Popplewell, K., Grilo, A. (2012). Sustainable Interoperability: The Future of Internet Based Industrial Enterprises. Computers in Industry  Listed in ISI Web of Knowledge, Impact Factor, 2012 JCR Science Edition: 1.529 Jardim-Goncalves, R.; Agostinho, C.; Steiger-Garcao, A.: A reference model for sustainable interoperability in networked enterprises: towards the foundation of EI Science Base. International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, pp. 1-19. DOI:10.1080/0951192X.2011.653831  Listed in ISI Web of Knowledge, Impact Factor, 2011 Impact Factor: 1.071 Popplewell, K. (2011) Towards the Definition of a Science Base for Enterprise Interoperability: A European Perspective. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Vol. 9, No. 5, pp. 6-11, ISSN: 1690-4524 2 special issues: Computers in Industry and Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing Systems FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 14
  14. 14. Access to FInES-related Share results (FInESPedia information (Portal) wiki) Contribute to the online Increase visibility (Socialdeliberations (Coll. Envir.) Media) FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 15
  15. 15. Portal • Complete Access to update all pages, to post news and Cluster Officials events, and to upload documents in all categories • Post news and events related to their project Project • Upload documents related to their project Coordinators • Update their projects’ profile page • Post news and events related to their Task Force Task Force Leaders • Upload documents related to their Task Force • Update their task force’ profile page •All Cluster members have open (read / •All users may provide / view comments write) accessWiki to all documents CE •Responsbility of integrity of their content •TF leaders & Project Coordinators to TF leaders & Project Coordinators moderate comments to their docs FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 16
  16. 16. 18.756 visits in the FInES portal coming from 120 countries 8.286 absolute unique visitors in the FInES portal 500+ followers (for the accounts in LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook) >1500 accounts reached with each tweet2.053 median number of followers for the @ensemble_FInES followers 34 Klout17.000+ views (of online content posted in SlideShare, YouTube, Flickr) 918+ downloads of the EISB State of Play ~2.500 downloads since the publishing of the first FRR 1.0 version 750+ pages in the FInES wiki related to the EISB 8 online consultations in the FInES Collaboration Environment FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 17
  17. 17. 250+ Experts engaged >18 Neighbouring Domains approached and analyzed 8 Events organized by ENSEMBLE 7+2 FInES Cluster Meetings which ENSEMBLE supported >20 International events in which ENSEMBLE participated24 Published papers in international conferences and journals + 2 Special Issues + EISB IGI Book 1000+ contributions and comments addressed 3 Supportive Systems sustainable by the community 15 Online Consultations and ESC Meetings >70 research projects with which ENSEMBLE interacted FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 18
  18. 18. 0 Scientific work in a community that is more applied research-oriented proved difficult 0 The development of the foundations for the EISB was a major challenge with many identified difficulties. 0 The development of EISB was in general well accepted by the research and scientific community, yet a strong recommendation emerged to work towards: EISB -> EIS –> IS0 Collaboration can be achieved easier with individuals – representatives of the projects rather than with the whole project consortium0 Social presence of the Cluster members is limited and eventually hinders online collaboration FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 19
  19. 19. 0 To other scientific disciplines…0 To SMEs and entrepreneurs…0 To other non-ICT industry sectors…0 To tools, methods, standards…
  20. 20. 0 Sustainability of systems and knowledge gained0 Evolution through new ideas / projects
  21. 21. 0 Continuous support to the main activities of the cluster for the transition period until a new CSA starts 0 Hosting and keeping the portal live 0 Content management support (uploading info in the portal and support to monthly newsletters) 0 Initiating discussions in social media 0 Evolving the roadmap0 Publication of an EISB book by IGI Global (entitled «Revolutionizing Enterprise Interoperability through Scientific Foundations») & preparation of additional special issues and publications to high impact journals 0 Deadline for chapter proposals: October 30th, 2012 0 More detalils: http://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/7870 Discussions with other domains to share the methodology of a Science Base (e.g. Internet Science) FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 22
  22. 22. J. Psarras (NTUA) Y. Charalabidis F. Lampathaki S. Koussouris R. GoncalvesCoordinator (NTUA) (NTUA) (NTUA) (UNINOVA)C. Agostinho K. Poplewell M. Missikoff P. Assogna V. Kiousi (UNINOVA) (CU) (CNR) (CNR) (INTRASOFT) FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 23
  23. 23. Petra Ahrweiler, Arne-Jørgen Stephen Bishop, Jonathan Cave, David Chen, University College Berre, UCL University of Warwick University Bordeaux 1 Dublin SINTEF Robert Constable, Antonio Grilo, Ted Goranson, Sergio Gusmeroli, Nenad Ivezic,National Institute for Creative Nova University and Sirius Beta TXT e-Solutions NIST Art, Univ. of Auckland Neobiz Consulting Norbert Koppenhagen, Antonio Weiming Shen, Lars Taxén, University of Mannheim & SAP AG Manzalini, National Research Linköping Telecom Italia Council of Canada University FInES Cluster Meeting, October 12th, 2012 24
  24. 24. ENSEMBLE is Over..Our Collaborative Work Now Begins!
  25. 25. FP7 Call 5 Support Action, FP7-ICT-257548 THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Dr. Fenareti Lampathaki flamp@epu.ntua.gr fenareti.lampathaki @fenareti Photos retrieved from Google Images www.fines-cluster.eu www.ensemble-csa.euNational Technical University Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Coventry University UNINOVA - Instituto de INTRASOFT International S.A. of Athens (Coordinator) Istituto Di Analisi Dei Sistemi Ed Desenvolvimento de Novas Informatica “A. Ruberti” Tecnologias
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