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



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  • Workprogramme ICT 2011-12 Vladimir Ristevski National contact point for ICT Agency for Electronic Communications
  • Outline Introduction: Context Strategy Structure Challenges and objectives Budget and call implementation Call timing 2
  • Strategy: EU funding as a leverage Synergies between Private and Public Sector Collaboration across different sectors Focus on risky research areas where market failures may impede investment Budget to support more than 15.000 researchers per year 5
  • Strategy: WP Structure  Limited set of Challenges with mid‐to‐long term goals (5‐10y) + FET  Each Challenge: limited set of Objectives  Each Objective:  Set of Targeted Outcomes  Their Expected Impact on industrial competitiveness an d on addressing policy and socio‐economic goals 6
  • Technology Push and Application Pull 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% Infrastructures Basic ICT technologies & 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
  • Main changes from previous WPs Future Challenge 1 Internet PPP Current Challenge 4 (Technologies for digital content and languages) Former Challenge 4 (Digital Libraries and Content) Current Challenge 8 (ICT for learning and access to cultural resources) Former Challenge 5 (Towards sustainable and personalized healthcare) Current Challenge 5 Former Challenge 7 (ICT for health, ageing well, inclusion and governance) (ICT for Indipendent living, inclusion and governance) kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk Former Challenge 6 Challenge 6 kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk (ICT for mobility, env. sust. and (ICT for low carbon economy) kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk energy efficiency) kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk Challenge 7 - NEW!! kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk (ICT for manufacturing & factories kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk 8 of the future) kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
  • SMEs •SME involvement: •To finance R&D and innovate products •To build strategic partnerships and operate in wider markets •SME presence: •Photonics, security, embedded systems, ICT for health and ageing (ch. 1, 3, 5) •Development of open platforms for digital content and service provision and delivery (FI PPP) •SME targeted instruments: •Small sized projects, SME dominated consortia •Two step procedure (obj. 4.1 and FET Open) 10
  • Final Users  User involvement (specification and requirements, validation)  ICT innovation to address societal challenges (health, ageing, energy, environment, transport, manufacturing, learning and culture) ‐> ch.5‐8  ICT technologies to support highly demanding usage scenarios -> ch.1‐4
  • Links to related activities Joint Technology Initiatives (industrial, application driven research, 2‐3y): ENIAC ARTEMIS Joint National Programmes: AAL (market oriented R&D on ICT‐based solutions for ageing well, 2‐ 3y) Eurostars Other FP7 Themes (NMP, Env, Trans): PPPs of the European Economic Recovery Plan: EEB, FoF, GC Capacities eInfrastructure CIP ICT‐PSP Eureka, EIROforum 12
  • Funding Schemes and Submission Procedures Collaborative Projects (CP) Small or medium‐scale focused research projects (STREP) Large‐scale integrating projects (IP) Networks of Excellence (NoE) Coordination and Support Actions (CSA) Coordination Action (CA) Support Action (SA) Single Stage submission (full project proposal) Two Stage submission (FET Open and obj. 4.1): First step: 5 page project proposal (concept & objectives) Second step: full project proposal 13
  • Challenge 1: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures Obj. 1.1: Future Networks Obj. 1.2: Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering Obj. 1.3: Interconnected Objects (Internet of Things) Obj. 1.4: Trustworthy ICT Obj.1.5: Networked Media and Search Systems Obj. 1.6: Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) 15
  • Future Internet PPP Goals: to strengthen and further expand the competitive position of the European telecommunication operators, mobile devices manufacturers, software and service industries, content providers and media to contribute to the irreversible policy trend towards a more sustainable society, by demonstrating that key business processes can be made smarter through tighter integration with Internet capabilities 22
  • Future Internet PPP Obj. 1.7: Technology foundation: Future Internet Core Platform Obj. 1.8: Use Case scenarios and pilots Obj. 1.9: Capacity Building and Infrastructure Support 23
  • Challenge 2 (obj.2.1): Cognitive Systems and Robotics • Artificial cognitive systems and robots that operate in dynamic, non‐ deterministic, real‐life environments • Research on engineering robotic systems and on endowing artificial systems with cognitive capabilities • Goal: improve competitiveness in existing and future markets (e.g., manufacturing, professional and domestic services), and provide innovative solutions in areas including assistance and co‐working, production, logistics and transport, construction, maintenance and repair, search and rescue, exploration and inspection, systems monitoring and control, consumer robotics, education and entertainment 24
  • Challenge 3: Alternative Paths to Components and Systems  Research focus: electronic and photonic components, integrated micro/nanosystems, embedded systems, and monitoring & control technologies  Technology trends: further miniaturisation and increased performance in electronics and in systems, addition of new functionalities( likesensing, actuating, communicating), mastering system complexity, and alternative routes to new components and systems such as new nanoelectronic devices, photonics and organic electronics 25 Silvia Vecchi - ARIC - Università di Bologna
  • Challenge 3: obj. 3.1 & 3.2 (complementarity with ENIAC) Obj. 3.1: Very advanced nanoelectronic components: design, engineering, technology and manufacturability Obj. 3.2: Smart components and smart systems integration 26
  • Challenge 3: obj. 3.3 & 3.4 (complementarity with ARTEMIS)  Obj. 3.3: New paradigms for embedded systems, monitoring and control towards complex systems engineering  Obj. 3.4: Computing Systems 27
  • Challenge 3: obj. 3.5 & 3.6  Obj. 3.5: Core and disruptive photonic technologies  Obj. 3.6: Flexible, Organic and Large Area Electronics and Photonics 28
  • Challenge 4: Technologies for Digital Content and Languages 29
  • Challenge 4: obj. 4.1 & 4.2 Obj. 4.1: SME initiative on Digital Content and Languages Obj.4.2: Language Technologies Obj. 4.3: Digital Preservation Obj.4.4: Intelligent Information Management 30
  • Challenge 5: ICT for Health, Ageing Well,Incl usion and Governance Advanced ICT research for sustainable high‐quality healthcare, demographic ageing, social and econo mic inclusion,and the governance of our societies 32
  • Challenge 5: obj. 5.1 & 5.2  Obj. 5.1: Personal Health Systems - PHS  Obj. 5.1: Virtual Physiological Human  Obj. 5.3: Patient Guidance Services, safety and healthcare record information reuse  Obj. 5.4: ICT for Ageing and Wellbeing  Obj. 5.5: ICT for smart and personalised inclusion  Obj. 5.6: ICT solutions for governance and policy modeling
  • Challenge 6: ICT for a low carbon economy Exploiting ICT to conserve our natural resources Towards effective low‐carbon multi‐modal mobility and freight Enabling a low‐carbon economy with Cooperative Systems 36
  • Challenge 6:  Obj. 6.1: Smart Energy Grids  Obj. 6.2: ICT systems for energy efficiency  Obj. 6.3: ICT for efficient water resources management  Obj. 6.4: ICT for energy‐efficient buildings and spaces of public use (EEB PPP)  Obj.6.5: ICT for energy‐positive neighbourhoods  Obj.6.6: Low carbon multi‐modal mobility and freight transport  Obj.6.7: Cooperative Systems for energy efficient and sustainable mobility  Obj. 6.8: ICT for fully electric vehicles (Green Car PPP) 37
  • Challenge 7: ICT for Enterprise and Manufacturing (FoF PPP) Improving the efficiency, adaptability and sustainability of manufacturing systems as well as their better integration within business processes in an increasingly globalised industrial context. 40
  • Challenge 7: obj. 7.1 & 7.2  Obj. 7.1: Smart Factories: Energy‐aware, agile manufacturing and customization  Obj. 7.2: Manufacturing solutions for new ICT products ‐ "from lab to fab" approach  Obj.7.3: Virtual Factories and enterprises  Obj. 7.4: Digital factories: Manufacturing design and product lifecycle management 41
  • Challenge 8: ICT for Learning and Access to Cultural Resources ICT technologies to provide flexible and efficient access to relevant information and knowledge, fo r educational and cultural purposes 43
  • Challenge 8: obj. 8.1 & 8.2  Obj. 8.1: Technology‐enhanced learning  Obj. 8.2: ICT for access to cultural resources 44
  • Future and Emerging Technologies  FET is the ICT incubator and pathfinder for new ideas and themes for long‐term research in the area of information and communication technologies.  Its mission is to promote high risk research, offset by potential breakthrough with high technological or societal impact. FET Proactive Top-down Single step Calls FET Open Bottom-up Two steps Continuous 45 submission
  • FET Open: objectives Obj. 9.1: Challenging current Thinking Obj. 9.2: High‐Tech Research Intensive SMEs in FET research Obj.9.3: FET Young Explorers Obj. 9.4: International cooperation on FET research (single step) 46
  • FET Proactive: obj. 9.6, 9.7 & 9.8  Obj. 9.6: Unconventional Computation  Obj. 9.7: Dynamics of Multi‐Level Complex Systems  Obj. 9.8: Minimising Energy Consumption of Computing to the Limit  Obj. 9.9: Quantum ICT  Obj. 9.10: Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems  Obj. 9.11: Neuro‐Bio‐Inspired Systems Obj. 9.13: Exa‐scale computing, software and simulation Obj. 9.14: Joint Call ICT‐SSH on 'Science of Global Systems‘ 47
  • International Cooperation  Obj. 10.1: EU‐Brazil Research and Developm ent cooperation  Microelectronics/Microsystems  Control Systems  Future Internet ‐ experimental facilities, security, e‐ Infrastructures  Obj. 10.2: EU‐Russia Research and Develop ment cooperation  Programming Models and Runtime Support  Performance Analysis Tools for High‐Performance Computing  Optimisation  Scalability and Porting of Codes 50
  • ICT 2011‐12 Budget distribution by Challenge Challenge WP11‐12 Ch1 625,0 Ch2 155,0 Ch3 401,5 Ch4 165,0 Ch5 2590, Ch6 280,0 Ch7 140,0 Ch8 1000, FET 260,0 kkkkk Int. Coop. & kkkkk Horiz. Activities 26,0 kkkkk Total 2.411,5 kk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk 53 kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
  • ICT 2011‐12 Budget distribution by call kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk 54 kkkk
  • Call Timeline (Publication) ICT call 7: 28 September 2010 ICT call 8: Spring/Summer 2011 ICT call 9: Autumn 2011 FI‐PPP 2010: July 2010, FI‐PPP 2011, FI‐PPP 2012:? EEB 2010, EEB 2011: ? GC 2010, GC 2011: ? FoF 2010, FoF 2011: ? 65
  • FET Open batches Short STREP Short STREP full STREP and proposals start Batch proposals end date CSA cut-off date date submission submission period (at 17:00 time) period 9 09/09/2009 12/01/2010 06/07/2010 10 13/01/2010 08/06/2010 07/12/2010 11 09/06/2010 30/11/2010 17/05/2011 12 01/12/2010 03/05/2011 25/10/2011 13 04/05/2011 25/10/2011 10/04/2012 14 26/10/2011 10/04/2012 25/09/2012 15 11/04/2012 11/09/2012 12/03/2013 66
  • References ICT Programme on CORDIS:   ISTAG: OECD Report ‐ Investing in Innovation for Long‐Term Growth (June 2009): Information Society Portal: ETPs:‐platforms/home_en.html ICT ETPs: JTIs: ICT JTIs: ARTEMIS: www.artemis‐ ENIAC: 69
  • References  European Economic Recovery Plan 2010‐2013 Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Research Activities:  pp‐310309   Future Internet:  AAL Joint Programme: www.aal‐  CIP ICT‐PSP: ‐psp/index_en.htm   COST:  EUREKA :  EIROforum: 70
  • Thank You Vladimir Ristevski Agency for Electronic Communications National contact point for ICT in Republic of Macedonia 71