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Presentation held by Mr. Vladimir Ristevski as a part of the WINS ICT Call7 Session at the 8th SEEITA and 7th MASIT Open Days Conference, 14th-15th October, 2010

Presentation held by Mr. Vladimir Ristevski as a part of the WINS ICT Call7 Session at the 8th SEEITA and 7th MASIT Open Days Conference, 14th-15th October, 2010

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    • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Seventh Framework Programme Call 7 Vladimir Ristevski
    • Participation in ICT Call 1 Any partner from Country Coordinator from Country Participatio Grant Proposal Grant Country ISO Proposals ns Cost (K€) (K€) s Cost (K€) (K€) Albania AL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina BA 1 1 92 70 0 0 0 Croatia HR 23 25 7.112 4.887 1 1.612 1.241 Macedonia MK 4 4 1.407 1.066 0 0 0 Montenegro ME 18 18 6.647 4.960 0 0 0 Serbia RS 11 12 3.916 2.903 0 0 0 Turkey TR 115 171 72.820 50.295 29 107.360 78.724 Total 172 231 91994 64181 30 108972 79965 977773 688845 977773 688860 Total for Call 1 10715 17366 2 7 1836 2 7
    • Participation in ICT Call 2 Any partner from Country Coordinator from Country Participatio Grant Grant Country ISO Proposals ns Cost (K€) (K€) Proposals Cost (K€) (K€) Albania AL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina BA 2 2 159 139 0 0 0 Croatia HR 11 12 2777 2033 0 0 0 Macedonia MK 4 6 1298 892 0 0 0 Montenegro ME 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Serbia RS 14 19 5175 3958 1 2188 1674 Turkey TR 37 45 16101 11288 4 10791 8292 Total 68 84 25510 18310 5 12979 9966 Total for Call 2 5102 8273 4272452 3043260 906 4272452 3043260
    • Participation in ICT Call 3 Any partner from Country Coordinator from Country Participatio Grant Grant Country ISO Proposals ns Cost (K€) (K€) Proposals Cost (K€) (K€) Albania AL 6 6 287 265 0 0 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina BA 7 8 397 388 0 0 0 Croatia HR 20 25 6685 5128 1 1055 942 Macedonia MK 8 8 1379 1182 0 0 0 Montenegro ME 6 6 256 254 0 0 0 Serbia RS 22 28 6184 4948 1 3045 2294 Turkey TR 47 63 26032 19570 13 43752 33376 Total 116 144 41220 31735 15 47852 36612 Total for Call3 4550 6691 3625746 2682894 829 3625746 2682894
    • Participation in ICT Call 4 Any partner from Country Coordinator from Country Participatio Grant Grant Country ISO Proposals ns Cost (K€) (K€) Proposals Cost (K€) (K€) Albania AL 1 1 112 57 0 0 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina BA 2 2 353 263 0 0 0 Croatia HR 17 22 8195 5872 0 0 0 Macedonia MK 3 3 655 491 0 0 0 Montenegro ME 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Serbia RS 20 25 7511 5432 2 6947 5363 Turkey TR 64 81 32489 23241 8 27508 20422 Total 107 134 49315 35356 10 34455 25785 Total for Call 4 6921 10800 5797828 4144130 1267 5797828 4144130
    • Participation in ICT Call 5 Any partner from Country Coordinator from Country Participatio Grant Grant Country ISO Proposals ns Cost (K€) (K€) Proposals Cost (K€) (K€) Albania AL 1 1 19 17 0 0 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina BA 4 5 623 578 1 582 582 Croatia HR 18 27 11230 8328 5 23702 17829 Macedonia MK 4 4 322 261 0 0 0 Montenegro ME 7 7 1454 1133 0 0 0 Serbia RS 34 47 17475 12397 1 3304 2505 Turkey TR 56 72 35167 25335 6 25120 17928 Total 124 163 66290 48049 13 52708 38844 Total for Call 5 7752 11954 6629484 4729464 1424 6629484 4729464
    • Participation in ICT Call 6 Any partner from Country Coordinator from Country Participatio Grant Grant Country ISO Proposals ns Cost (K€) (K€) Proposals Cost (K€) (K€) Albania AL 2 3 171 143 0 0 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina BA 8 17 2608 2122 4 3625 2970 Croatia HR 14 16 3958 3023 0 0 0 Macedonia MK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Montenegro ME 3 3 580 431 0 0 0 Serbia RS 12 18 7911 6056 2 10252 8029 Turkey TR 30 36 14258 10380 3 9467 6960 Total 69 93 9 Total for Call 5 3406 5314 2863151 2121570 638 2863151 2121570
    • ICT Projects 1. ARAGORN: 2. FARAMIR 3. QUASAR 4. SUMO 5. ACROPOLIS 6. GN3 7. ICT-WEB-PROMS 8. WINS-ICT
    • Calls launched in 2010 Call Open Close FoF2/EeB2/GC2 July 2010 2 Dec 2010 Future Internet1 July 2010 2 Dec 2010 FET Flagship July 2010 2 Dec 2010 EU-Russia July 2010 14 Sept 2010 ICT Call 7 Sept 2010 18 Jan 2011 EU-Brazil Sept 2010 18 Jan 2011 FET Open July 2010
    • WP2011-2012: budget and schedule • WP2011-2012: €2,422 million • Year 2011 (calls +): €1,182.0 million • Call 7: €783.5 million • Call 7 publication: 28 September 2010 • Call 7 deadline: 18 January 2011 • Project negotiations:April/May 2011
    • FP7/ICT 2011-2012 Programme Structure ICT for socio-economic challenges ~10% ~11% ~12% ~9% ~6% ~4% 5. ICT for 6. ICT for 7. ICT for 8. ICT for Health, Lower- Manufac. & Learning & Ageing, Carbon ~ budget shares Enterprise Cultural Inclusion Economy Resources 1. Network and & Gov. Service ~26% ~11% Basic ICT technologies & Infrastructures Technologies (FET) Future & Emerging 2. Cognitive infrastructures Systems and Robotics ~6% 3. Component and ~17% Systems 4. Digital ~7% Content and Languages International cooperation, Cooperation in an enlarged Europe, Pre-commercial Procurement Draft, subject to final approval ••• 11
    • ICT Call 7 • Call identifier: FP7-ICT-2011-7 • Date of publication1: 28 September 2010 • Deadline2: 18 January 2011, at 17:00.00 Brussels local time • Indicative budget: EUR 778.5 million • Topics called:
    • Challenge 1: pervasive and trusted network & service infrastructures – Future Networks (Obj.1.1) – Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software (Obj.1.2) – Internet-Connected Objects (Obj.1.3)  Call 7 – Trustworthy ICT (Obj.1.4) – Networked Media and Search Systems (Obj.1.5)  Call 7 – Future Internet Research and Experimentation (Obj.1.6)  Call 7 – Future Internet Public Private Partnership (Obj. 1.7 to Obj. 1.10)
    • Introducing Objective 1.3: Internet – connected objects • Objective 1.3 in the context of Challenge 1 a) Objective’s contributions to the “Network and Service Infrastructures” b) Towards cooperative objects in Future Internet: • Beyond IoT for business: architecture and S&T foundations for cooperative smart objects (enterprises and stakeholders) • Towards integration and decentralized intelligence c) Manage an unprecedented volume of new information to improve citizens’ quality of life and organisation efficiencies d) Maintain competitive Europe’s position on global market • Target outcomes a) An open networked architecture b) Adaptive software supporting data acquisition c) Coordination and support actions
    • Objective 1.5 Networked Media & Search Systems Target outcome • a) Digital Media Delivery Platforms • b) E2E Immersive and Interactive Media Technologies • c) Multimedia Search • d) Coordination and Support Actions
    • Objective 1.6 FIRE Future Internet Research & Experimentation • FIRE Facility • FIRE Experimentation • FIRE Science
    • Future Internet Public Private Partnership (Obj. 1.7 to Obj. 1.10) • 1.7 - Technology Foundation: FI Core Platform • 1.8 - Use Case Scenarios and Early Trials • 1.9 - Capacity Building & Infrastructure Support • 1.10 - Programme Facilitation and Support
    • 2.1 Cognitive Systems and Robotics • Target (a): Robotic systems operating in real-world environments – IPs and STREPs • Target (d): Fostering communication and co-operation between robotics and cognitive systems research communities - CA
    • Objective 3.2: Smart Components & Smart Systems Integration Target outcomes: 1. Future Smart Components and Smart Systems Call 7 – 38 M€ 2. Micro-Nano Bio Systems (MNBS) Call 8 - 39 M€ 3. Coordination and Support Actions Call 7 – 3 M€ ••• 19
    • Objective 3.3 Embedded Systems, Monitoring and Control • Design of advanced heterogeneous Embedded Systems (EmS) • Monitoring & Control (M&C) techniques dealing with large number of distributed sensory data • Engineering of System-of-Systems (SoS) addressing societal needs • Facilitate international cooperation
    • Objective 3.4 Computing Systems a) Parallel & Concurrent Computing – Multicore, multichip (beyond single-chip) – Parallel/concurrent software & tools b) Virtualisation – Heterogeneous multicore systems c) Customisation – Reconfigurable architectures – Multicore on single-chip – Tool-chains – System modelling & simulation d) Architecture & Technology – 3D stacking – Alternative computation models e) International collaboration
    • Objective 3.5 “Core and Disruptive Photonics Technologies” a) Core photonic technologies Application-specific photonic components & subsystems for: 1. Optical data communications 2. Biophotonics for early, fast and reliable medical diagnosis of diseases 3. Imaging & sensing for safety and security 4. Lighting and displays Cross-cutting technology: 5. Photonics integration platforms b) Disruptive photonic technologies c) ERANET-Plus action d) Pre-Commercial Procurement action e) Coordination and Support actions, including ERA-NET action ••• 22
    • 3.6: Flexible, Organic and Large Area Electronics and Photonics a) OLAE Technology and components advanced OLAE technology, device concepts, processes and materials considering the full value chain b) OLAE systems and applications Demo of advanced technology and the integration of components through new or improved systems and devices c) ERANET-Plus action d) Coordination and Support actions ••• 23
    • Challenge 4 “Technologies for Digital Content & Languages” 2 objectives, 2 calls: • Objective 4.2. Language Technologies-> Call 7 open Sept 2010, close Jan 2011, 50M • Objective 4.1. SME initiative on Digital Content and Languages -> Call FP7-ICT-2011-SME- DCL open Feb 2011, close Sept 2011, 35M
    • Challenge 5 “ICT FOR HEALTH, AGEING WELL, INCLUSION AND GOVERNANCE” • Objective 5.1 – Personal Health Systems (PHS) • Objectives 5.2: “Virtual Physiological Human”
    • Objective 5.1 – Personal Health Systems (PHS) • PHS for remote management of diseases, treatment and rehabilitation • Intelligent systems for the analysis of multi-parametric data • Coordination and Support Action • €59.5 M for (a) + (b)
    • Objective 5.2 – Virtual Physiological Human • Patient-specific predictive computer based models and simulation • ICT tools, services and infrastructures to obtain more elaborate and reusable multi-scale models and larger repositories • RTD roadmap preparing the ground for a “Digital Patient” challenge • Early demonstrators and proof of concept of digital representations of health status
    • Objective 5.3: “Patient Guidance Services (PGS), safety and healthcare record information reuse ” • Patient guidance services for personalised management of health status • Reuse of Clinical Data for clinical research and epidemiology • Governance • Pre-commercial procurement
    • Obj.5.4: ICT for Ageing and Wellbeing • Service and social robotics systems for ageing well • Smart and self-adaptive environments prolonging independent living • Coordination Frameworks
    • Obj.5.5: ICT for Smart and Personalised Inclusion • Tools and infrastructures for mainstream accessibility • Intelligent and social computing • Brain-Neural Computer Interfaces • E-Inclusion; E-accessibility
    • Objective 5.6 ICT solutions for governance and policy modelling • a) ICT solutions for governance and policy modelling • b) Road mapping and Networking International co-operation
    • Objective 6.2 ICT Systems for energy efficiency • Tools to optimise energy performance • To support the Green Digital Charter
    • 6.4 ICT for Energy-efficient Buildings and spaces of public use • Building Management Systems covering both inside and outside spaces of public use • Extend the notion of energy-positive performance from homes and buildings to large areas including neighbourhoods and extended urban/rural communities
    • Objective 6.6: Low carbon multi-modal mobility and freight transport • Strengthened position of Europe's logistics and freight industries in the marketplace for low- carbon products and services • Significant improvements in efficiency and environmental friendliness of mobility and transport in Europe; target: 25% reduction in GHG emissions in transport • Full integration of intelligent cargo items into the multi-modal transport infrastructure, with special emphasis on urban multi-modal logistics • Widening the market for new ICT-based mobility and transport services in Europe and worldwide.
    • Objective 6.8 ICT for Fully Electric Vehicles • Energy/Power Storage Systems • Architectures for Energy, Communication and Thermal Management • Vehicle-to-grid Interface (V2G) • Vehicle Stability Control
    • The Factories of the Future ICT Objectives 7.3 and 7.4 • Objective 7.3 Virtual Factories & Enterprises • Objective 7.4: Digital Factories Manufacturing design & product lifecycle management
    • Questions? vladimirristevski@gmail.com