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  • 22/05/13
  • Excellent science is at the foundation of economic prosperity and wellbeing..
  • structure of the event conference, exhibition, networking, investment forum, activities for students and young researchers. Opportunities for participants: Open call for networking session proposals (deadline: Friday 26/04/2013); Open call for exhibitors (to be published soon); Student ICT research project competition (deadline: Wednesday 5/06/2013).
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    • 1. ICT in Horizon 2020Annalisa BoglioloProgramme Coordination UnitDG CONNECTFInES Cluster meeting, Brussels 6 May 2013
    • 2. What is Horizon 2020?• Commission proposal for an ~88 billion* Euro R&Ifunding programme (2014-20)• Part of proposals for next EU budget, complementingStructural Funds, education, etc.• A core part of Europe 2020, Innovation Union &European Research Area-> Growth, Jobs & Competitiveness*current prices
    • 3. • A single programme (FP7 + CIP + EIT)• Strong focus on societal challenges (game changing for ICT…)• More innovation• Reaching out to non-traditional actors• More risk taking• Strengthened support for high-tech SMEs• More open, light & fast schemesWhat is new?
    • 4. • Overall budget (Multiannual Financial Framework)still under discussion (~79B€ for H2020 TBC)• Trialogue (EP/Council/Commission) on legislativeproposal ongoing• First discussions with MS took place• Advisory Groups are being setup• Commission services are setting up governancestructureState of play
    • 5. Creating Industrial Leadership andCompetitive Frameworks− Leadership in enabling and industrialtechnologies−ICT−Nanotech., Materials, Manuf. andProcessing−Biotechnology−Space− Access to risk finance− Innovation in SMEsExcellence in the Science Base− Frontier research (ERC)− Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)− Skills and career development (Marie Curie)− Research infrastructuresShared objectives and principlesCommon rules, toolkit of funding schemesEurope 2020 prioritiesEuropean Research AreaSimplified accessInternational cooperationDissemination & knowledge tranferTackling Societal Challenges− Health, demographic change and wellbeing− Food security, sustainable agriculture andthe bio-based economy− Secure, clean and efficient energy− Smart, green and integrated transport− Climate action, resource efficiency and rawmaterials− Inclusive, innovative and reflectivesocieties− Secure SocietiesEITJRCICTICTICTICTICTICTICTICTICT
    • 6. Industrial leadership• Europe needs more innovative SMEs to creategrowth and jobs• Strategic investments in key technologies (e.g.advanced manufacturing, micro-electronics)underpin innovation across existing and emergingsectors• Europe needs to attract more private investment inresearch and innovation
    • 7. ICT in Industrial Leadership1. Components and systems2. Next generationcomputing3. Future Internet4. Content technologies andinformation management5. Advanced interfaces androbots6. Key EnablingTechnologies: Micro-nano-electronics andphotonicsCross cutting aspects• Open disruptive innovation –open, fast and light• Access to finance• Innovation policy support
    • 8. Network technologiesSmart networks & novelarchitecturesCritical Technologies &subsystemsCloud computing, software and servicesAdvanced cloud infrastructures and servicesECP phase II and innovation through joint procurementInnovative tools & methods for SW developmentNet InnovationCollective awareness platformsInnovation Initiatives specific for web entrepreneursExperimental PlatformsNew focus in FIRE+Broadening the use of FIREIoT•TechnologiesforecosystemsenabledbyanInternetofthingsNetworktechnologies5G PPP on advancednetwork infrastructuresFuture Internet
    • 9. Societal challenges• EU policy objectives (climate, environment, energy,transport etc) cannot be achieved withoutinnovation• Breakthrough solutions come from multi-disciplinarycollaborations, including social sciences &humanities• Promising solutions need to be tested, demonstratedand scaled up
    • 10. ICT in Societal Challenges (I)Health, demographic change & wellbeing;e-health, self management of health, improved diagnostics,improved surveillance, health data collection, active ageing,assisted living;Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine andmaritime research & the bioeconomySecure, clean and efficient energy;Smart cities; Energy efficient buildings; smart electricity grids;smart metering;Smart, green and integrated transport;Smart transport equipment, infrastructures and services;innovative transport management systems; safety aspects
    • 11. ICT in Societal Challenges (II)Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materialsICT for increased resource efficiency; earth observation andmonitoringInclusive, innovative and reflective societiesDigital inclusion; social innovation platforms; e-governmentservices; e-skills and e-learning; e-cultureSecure societiesCyber security; ensuring privacy and protection of human rightson-line
    • 12. ICT in Societal Challenges1. Health, demographic change & wellbeing2. Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine andmaritime research & the bioeconomy3. Secure, clean and efficient energy4. Smart, green and integrated transport5. Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials6. Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies7. Secure societies
    • 13. Excellent science• World class science is the foundation of tomorrow’stechnologies, jobs and wellbeing• Europe needs to develop, attract and retain researchtalent• Researchers need access to the best infrastructures Pathfinding Europe’s technological future Bootstrapping new R&I eco-systems Prominent large-scale partnering initiatives
    • 14. High-PerformanceComputing (HPC)StrategyE-Infra-structuresDigitalScienceFET OpenIndividual researchprojectsEarly IdeasFET ProactiveOpen researchclustersIncubationFET FlagshipsCommon researchagendasLarge-Scale InitiativesFuture and Emerging TechnologiesICT in Excellent Science
    • 15. Micro- and nanoelectronicsAdvanced materialsIndustrial biotechnologyPhotonicsNanotechnologyAdvanced ManufacturingHealth, DemographicChange and WellbeingEuropean Bio-EconomyChallengesSecure, clean andefficient energySmart, green andintegrated transportClimate action, resourceefficiency and raw materialsEurope in a changing worldSecure societiesTime for TimeKnowing, doing, beingBottom-up Intelligent ConstructionGlobal Systems ScienceConstructive symbiosisEcological technologiesNano-bio-chem interfaceNano-optomechnical technologiesQuantum technologiesFET Proactive WP working listIndicative
    • 16. FET FlagshipsNegotiationFeb-May 2013ERA-NET Call deadline16/4/13
    • 17. Vice-President Neelie Kroes announced the two winnersof the FET Flagships competition
    • 19. Open Disruptive Innovation Scheme• Agile space to combine new technologies,devices, applications, interfaces, business modelsfor new product and services concepts• Open, fast and light• Small-scale bottom-up initiatives• Continuously open calls with cut-off dates/year• Collaborative Projects and SME instrument• 5% of LEIT budget
    • 20. SME instrumentIDEA continued support throughout the project MARKETPhase 1:Concept &FeasibilityAssessmentPhase 2:DemonstrationMarket ReplicationR&DPhase 3:CommercialisationIdea to concept,risk assessment,technological &commercial feasibilityDemonstration,prototyping, testing ,market replication, scalingup, miniaturisation,researchQuality label forsuccessful projects,access to riskfinance, indirectsupportSME window EUfinancial facilitiesPre-commercialprocurement
    • 21. PrizesOptions for Inducement prizes for ICT in H2020:
    • 22. PCP and PPISupplier BSupplier CSupplier DPhase 1Solution designPhase 2PrototypedevelopmentPhase 3Original developmentof limited volumeof first test products /servicesSupplier ASupplier BSupplier CSupplier DSupplier BPhase 0CuriosityDrivenResearchR&D / Pre-commercial Procurement (PCP)Phase 4Deployment of commercialend-productsDiffusion of newly developedproducts / servicesSupplier DPublic Procurement ofInnovative Solutions (PPI)Supplier(s)A,B,C,Dand/or Xmultiple sourcing
    • 23. OVERVIEW
    • 24. Health,Demographicchange andwellbeingInclusive, innovationand secure societiesSecure, clean andefficient energySmart, green andintegrated transportClimate action, resourceefficiency and rawmaterials• VirtualPhysiologicalHuman• Robotics formedicine• Microsystems fordrug delivery andmonitoring• Technology foridentification andsecurity• Interfaces for specialneeds• Smart grid• Energy management• Integration in smartcities• Smart transportequipment• Safety systems• Logistic systems• Simulation/visualisation• Technology for end-to-end material tracking• Robot swarms/ dronefor monitoringICT KETsContenttechnologiesandinformationmanagementNextgenerationcomputingFuture internet:Infrastructures,technologies andservicesSmartcomponentsand embeddedsystemsAdvancedinterfaces,robotics andsmart spacesOtherKETsICT KETsContenttechnologiesandinformationmanagementNextgenerationcomputingFuture internet:Infrastructures,technologies andservicesSmartcomponentsand embeddedsystemsAdvancedinterfaces,robotics andsmart spacesOtherKETsADVANCEDMANUF.ANDPROCESSINGPROGRAMMEICT FET Open ICT FET Pro Active ICT FET FlagshipsOther FET ActivitiesSMART CITIESFUTURE MANUFACTURINGSMART CONNECTED ENVIRONMENTS AND PLATFORMS(Future Internet & cloud, Cyber-physical Systems, Big data technologies)ACTIVE ANDHEALTHYAGEINGICTLEITSOCIETALCHALLENGESIndicative
    • 25. ICT in LEIT - Generic technologies ICT in Societal Challenges Focus Areas (Strat.Programming• Smart components, micro-systems, embeddedsystems and cyber-physical systems• Computing systems• Networking and internet technologies, cloudinfrastructures• Sensors actuators and internet of thingstechnologies• Human computer interaction, intelligentinterfaces and robotics systems• Software, simulation and visualisation• Data analytics, language technologies andtools for creative industries• Experimental facilitiesICT for self-management of health / in-silico medicine /ICT for active and independent living / Robotics forhealth and ageing carePersonalising health andcareICT for end-to-end tracing of food / internet-enableidentifiers / data infrastructure for the food chainSustainable food securityIntegration of ICT for energy-efficient buildings, smartmobility, digital infrastructures and digital servicesSmart cities andcommunitiesSmart grids, ICT for renewable energy Low carbon economyEnergy-efficient buildings / energy management tools /automation and controlEnergy efficiencySmart mobility / smart vehicles / ICT for safe andefficient driving / connected vehicles / trafficmanagement and information systemsMobilityICT for waste management solutions WasteICT for water resources management WaterEnd to end secure ICT systems / technology for privacyand access control / risk management / criticalinfrastructure protectionDigital securityPublic sector innovation / ICT for learning / ICT forcultural heritageNA
    • 26. Next stepsApril 2013 start of WP2014-15 orientations anddraftingMid 2013 Adoption of legislative acts byParliament and CouncilSeptember 2013 Appointment of Programme CommitteesSummer 2013 Draft first work programmeNovember 6-8 ICT 2013 in VilniusEnd 2013 Adoption of the work programme andpublication of the calls for proposalsSpring 2014 closing of first calls
    • 27. ICT 2013: Create, Connect, Grow6-8 November 2013, VilniusRegistration:Open from mid-April 2013Website: