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  • 1. CIP ICT Policy Support Programme Workprogramme 2012 (Call 6) FP7 ICT Work Programme 2011-12 (Call 9) Iacopo De Angelis NCP ICT - ICT PSP APRE 26 GENNAIO 2012*Fonte: Presentazioni elaborate da Commissione Europea per CIP ICT PSP NCP meeting 2012 (19/12/2011)
  • 2. CIP ICT Policy Support Programme Workprogramme 2012 (Call 6) Iacopo De Angelis NCP ICT - ICT PSP APRE 26 GENNAIO 2012*Fonte: Presentazioni elaborate da Commissione Europea per CIP ICT PSP NCP meeting 2012 (19/12/2011)
  • 3. THE COMPETITIVENESS & INNOVATION framework PROGRAMME - CIP Information Communication Entrepreneurship and Technologies Policy support Intelligent Energy Europe Innovation Programme Programme (ICT PSP) (IEE) (EIP) • Fostering energy efficiency &• Better access to finance for the rational use of energy SMEs through venture capital sources investment & loan guarantee • Promoting new & renewable instruments energy sources & energy• Europe Enterprise Network• Support for eco-innovation ~730 M€ diversification • Promoting EE & new energy•… sources in transport ~2,170 M€ ~730 M€http://ec.europa.eu/cip/index_en.htm
  • 4. ICT PSP: Objectives• Key instrument supporting the DAE policy initiative – ICT PSP: To drive forward innovation through the wider uptake and best use of ICTs – Complements ICT in FP7 that aims at strengthening Europe’s leadership role in mastering and shaping the development of ICTs• ICT PSP: Three inter-linked goals (legal base) – Develop the single information space – Support innovation / wide adoption and investments in ICT – Enable an inclusive Information Society
  • 5. How to address it? The demand drive for innovation p ou ap gr m ct PPPs ad le ro se JTIs on by d p FP7 WP se n u ICT PSPBa aw 185 •Demand driven dr JPI •User-led … •Open platforms for innovation f •EU-wide uptake to lis s •Areas of public o me t o interest i ng utc ERC ond d o FET-Open •societal challenges sp cteRe pe … ex Industrial R&D Fundamental Product development Uptake and Experimental research & commercialisation Deployment development
  • 6. ICT PSP budget profile• ICT PSP (~730 M€ for 2007-13), indicative profile ICTPSP 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total 57.4 ~52 ~105 ~112 ~120 ~135 ~149 ~730 – not including contributions from EFTA or from other potential associated countries – Support to the development and use of digital content in ICT PSP from 2009
  • 7. ICT PSP annual work programmes: Approach and structure• WP focused on a set of themes with ultimate socio- economic goals, to maximise impact – In areas where public support is needed – In areas where Community support is needed – Activities building on, & strengthening Member States actions – Activities stimulating new actions in public and private sector• Themes are addressed through a set of objectives – Each objective is supported through Pilots and/or Networking actions • Pilots (A, B), Best Practice Network and Thematic Network• + Awareness, benchmarking, conf., Studies,…(Call for tender…)
  • 8. Instruments overviewThree complementary instruments based on combined approaches: Building on initiatives in member states //associated countries  Pilots Type A Building on initiatives in member states associated countries  Pilots Type A Stimulating innovative use of ICT in public & private sector  Pilots Type B Stimulating innovative use of ICT in public & private sector  Pilots Type BMobilisation/Exchanges between practitioners & policy makers  Thematic NetworksMobilisation/Exchanges between practitioners & policy makers  Thematic NetworksOne “transitory” instrument, reserved for “digital library” theme: Combining consensus building //awareness raising //large scale implementation  BPN Combining consensus building awareness raising large scale implementation  BPN (Best Practice Network) (Best Practice Network) Implementation through Call for Applicants
  • 9. ICT PSP Call 6Five Themes: Theme 1: ICT for smart cities Theme 2: Digital content, open access and creativity Theme 3: ICT for health, ageing well and inclusion Theme 4: ICT for innovative government and public services Theme 5: Trusted eServices and other actionsCovering in total 19 ObjectivesIndicative budget: 127 M€Call launch: 1 February 2012Call close: 15 May 2012Information day in Brussels: 3 February 2012 (http://ec.europa.eu/ict_psp)
  • 10. Theme 1: ICT for Smart CitiesThree objectives: – 1.1: Smart urban digital services for energy efficiency – 1.2: Cooperative transport systems for smart mobility – 1.3: Open innovation for Internet-enabled services and next generation access (NGA) services in ‘smart’ cities• Total indicative EU funding for Theme 1 = €27 million Smart cities = local areas that make a conscious effort to uptake innovative ICT based solutions to improve conditions of living and working and support a more inclusive and sustainable urban environment
  • 11. Objective 1.1Smart urban digital services for energy efficiency • Several Pilots B - 8 M€ Objective: to stimulate the creation, provision and use of innovative digital services supporting energy- efficient, low carbon activities in an urban context • Target group: publicly owned buildings and buildings in public use or of public interest
  • 12. Objective 1.2 Cooperative transport systems for smart mobility• One or two Pilot B for - 5 M€• To facilitate the uptake of a set of globally prioritised cooperative systems applications in Europe• Pilots should lead to harmonised testing, installation, monitoring and assessment• Applications to include vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications
  • 13. Objective 1.3 Open innovation for Internet-enabled services and next generation access (NGA) services in ‘smart’ cities• Several Pilots B - 14 M€• The aim is two-fold: 1. Facilitate the creation of efficient innovation ecosystems that develop services and applications making use of information generated by users (e.g. through social networks) or captured from sensors (Internet of Things); 2. Stimulate demand for innovative services and applications based on next generation access (NGA) networks.
  • 14. Theme 2: Digital content, open data and creativity• Three objectives: – 2.1: Europeana and creativity – 2.2: Open Data and open access to content – 2.3: eLearning• Total indicative EU funding for Theme 2: 41 M€
  • 15. Objective 2.1 Europeana and creativityIndicative total EU contribution of 24 M€Covering:• Content for Europeana: aggregation increasing quality and content, cloud computing, interoperability (Several Best Practice Networks)• Experimenting with the use of cultural material for creativity: creative re-use and open lab environments (Several Best Practice Networks)• European Rights Information management: Registry of Orphan Works, Standards for better rights information (two pilots B)• Thematic Network on new business models for publishing in the digital age
  • 16. Objective 2.2 Open data and open access to contentIndicative total EU contribution of 12 M€Covering:• Geographic Information: foster the wider use of spatial data, harmonised information (INSPIRE directive), innovative services by the private sector, at least 6 MS (one or two Pilots A)• Open access to scientific information: experiments, new paradigms for accessing and using information (one or two Pilots B)• Legal aspects of Public Sector Information (One TN) and standards for open data (one TN): involving legal expert and wide range of stakeholders
  • 17. Objective 2.3 eLearning for mathematics and science• One or two Pilots B - 5 M€• Introduce and evaluate e-learning for scientific disciplines in primary and secondary schools• Forster Multi stakeholder partnerships• Conditions: wide coverage at least 5 countries
  • 18. Theme 3: ICT for health, ageing well and inclusionSeven objectives: – 3.1: Wide deployment of integrated care services – 3.2: Towards open and personalized solutions for active and independent living – 3.3: Digital capacity and skills – 3.4: Fall prevention network for older persons – 3.5: Large scale deployment of telehealth services for chronic conditions management – 3.6: Adoption, taking up and testing of standards and specifications for eHealth interoperability – 3.7: Community Building on Active and Healthy Ageing• Total indicative EU funding for Theme 3: 24 M€
  • 19. Objective 3.1Wide deployment of integrated care services• One Pilots A - 8 M€• ICT services supporting the integration of healthcare, social care and self-care;• Unlock new services and value chains, impact of tele-health and tele-care• Involve wide spectrum of stakeholders and new actors (e.g. procurers, insurers)• Deploy new care pathways and new organisational models, large scale deployment, guidelines, exploitation plan
  • 20. Objective 3.2 Towards open and personalised solutions for active and independent living• Several Pilots B - 5 M€• Demonstrate the socio-economic benefits of open ICT-based service platforms for delivering of independent living services to older people and their formal/informal carers• Building on interoperable and open standards, relevant set of services and multi-vendor solutions• Addressing the platfoms adaptability to multiple and changing user needs and different organisational settings – Involve at least 5 organisations responsible for service delivery and > 5000 end-users – Ambitious exploitation plan, dissemination and communication
  • 21. Objective 3.3 Digital capacity and skills• Indicative total EU contribution of 3 M€• Pilot B (2.5 M€) for Digital capacity and skills building – training for health, social care and social inclusion actors in the field of active and healthy ageing and wider digital inclusion – ICT-based digital literacy – main target are “social inclusion agents”• TN – 0.5 M€ on Community Building for digital literacy and skills – Connecting existing national/regional/sectoral networks relevant to address digital literacy and eskills amongst elderly people and their carers
  • 22. Objective 3.4 Fall Prevention network for older persons• One TN - 1 M€• Bring together key national and/or regional actors in innovative solutions for fall prevention and intervention• Develop and consolidate guidelines and toolkits; Compare, share good practices; Gather evidence on socio-economic impacts• Strengthen dialogue between supply and demand side actors• Establish a reliable information base on innovation in fall prevention and intervention
  • 23. Objective 3.5 Large scale deployment of telehealth services for chronic conditions management• One Pilot A - 5 M€• Address care integration and personalised health care• Implement large-scale, real-life solutions based on innovative telehealth services, in patient-centred approach• Telehealth for chronic disease management programme (effectiveness, cost-efficiency and transferability of the services)• Develop guidelines to identify profiles of patients who may benefit from telehealth services – Involve a wide spectrum of actors and at least three areas of chronic conditions – More conditions …
  • 24. Objective 3.6 Adoption and taking up ofstandards and profiles for eHealth interoperability• One Thematic Network - 1 M€• Support adoption and take-up of standards for eHealth interoperability• Support the replication and scaling up of the deployment of innovation services in the frame of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing – Not exceed 24 months in duration
  • 25. Objective 3.7 Community Building for EIP on Active and Healthy Ageing• One Thematic Network - 1 M€• Support implementation of the EIP on AHA by increasing awareness and creating consensus for wide-scale deployment• Create a community for developing solutions and sharing methodology/indicators, roadmaps• Address cross-border and transferability issues
  • 26. Theme 4: ICT for innovative government and public servicesThree objectives: – 4.1: Basic Cross Sector Services – 4.2: Extension of the pilot eCODEX (on eJustice) – 4.3: Extension of the pilot HeERO (on eCall)• Total indicative EU funding for Theme 4: 20 M€
  • 27. Objective 4.1 Basic Cross Sector Services• One Pilot A - €12 million• Complete the work performed by existing pilots A to develop a comprehensive, coherent and reusable set of public services building blocks based on the outcome of the pilots, but could also included missing blocks (eID, eDelivery, Virtual Company Dossier)• Prepare the path for the long term deployment and take-up, and work in coordination with the running pilots A• Minimum of 6 National Administrations and 12 months piloting phase• Dissemination, Open specifications and open source licenses, Involvement of standardisation bodies
  • 28. Objective 4.2 Extension of eCODEX• Extension of the eCodex pilot A - 5 M€• eCodex is a pilot A in eJustice, including 14 MS and Turkey• Extension geographically and extension of scope (Must include at least 5 additional MS or AS)• Attention will be paid on cross border judicial fields of law• Offer a complete set of services to be integrated in the eJustice Portal of the European Commission
  • 29. Objective 4.3 Extension of the pilot HeERO• Extension of HeERO pilot A - 3 M€• Acceleration of the deployment of the pan-European eCall service• At least 5 additional MS or AS• Assessment and test of relevant pan-European eCall standards for EU interoperability• Upgrade of mobile phone operators networks with the eCall flag to route the eCall to the most appropriate local emergency response centre• Building on the work of the "European eCall Implementation Platform”
  • 30. Theme 5: Trusted eServices and other actions• Three objectives: – 5.1:Cybersecurity - fighting botnets – and Community building for information sharing and effective responses to cyber threats – 5.2: Mobile cloud for business applications – 5.3: Contribution of satellite systems to 100% EU broadband coverage• Total indicative EU funding for Theme 5: 15 M€
  • 31. Objective 5.1Cybersecurity – fighting botnets – and Community buildingOne Pilot Type B and one Thematic Network - 9 M€For the Pilot B (8 M€) • Address the diversity of botnet technologies; research multiple approaches to analyse and fight them • Identify the suitable tools to mitigate botnets, to prevent the infections and to identify and take down the CC Server and the Attacker • Involve and build trust between all affected stakeholders; Address best practices and best available techniques & tools; Identify opportunities & barriersFor the TN (1 M€) • An enduring network infrastructure for trusted information exchange regarding vulnerabilities, threats and attacks
  • 32. Objective 5.2 Mobile cloud for business applications• One or two Pilots B - 5 M€• Stimulate uptake of mobile cloud for key business applications taking into account: collaboration (employees and customers), secure data sharing, and reliability• Characteristics: – Security, trust, compliance and authentication, as well as manageability and remote support in business environments – Openness and interoperability across cloud platforms and mobile platforms – Address network aspects impacting mobile services – 4 to 8 complementary experiments
  • 33. Objective 5.3 Contribution of satellite systems to 100% EU broadband coverage• One TN - 1 M€• Satellite Communication providing broadband coverage to regions of Europe (with no commercial prospect of being served with terrestrial solutions)• Bring together national or regional authorities that have used satellite solutions for broadband access, and analyse their experience
  • 34. ICT PSP Website• General information about the programme• Dynamic newsroom• Participating in ICT PSP – Information about calls (WP, infoday slides, guiding documents) – Specific workshops and contact points for themes and objectives – Expert registration and experts database• Running activities and projects• Library• Frequently Asked Questions• Logo (branding)http://ec.europa.eu/ict_psp
  • 35. Who can participate• The programme is open to all legal entities established in the EU Member States• Legal entities established in ICT PSP Associated countries can participate and be funded in the same way* as Member states Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Turkey• Other countries may participate on a case-by-case basis but do not receive any funding* on the basis of and in accordance with the conditions laid down in their association agreements
  • 36. Funding instruments• Pilot A: Building on existing initiatives in Member states/Associated countries, with interoperability of services as the central theme• Pilot B: Stimulating innovative use of ICT in the public or private sector (under realistic conditions)• Thematic Network (TN): Mobilisation/Exchanges between practitioners & policy makers• Best practice network (BPN): Combining consensus building / awareness raising / large scale implementation – only for supporting Digital libraries (Theme 2)
  • 37. Pilots Pilots Type A Type A Pilot AMain features of Pilots Type AMain features of Pilots Type A• Focus on interoperability and building on Member States* solutions• Member States - Lead actors (Industry key role in the Implementation)• The outcome should be an open, common interoperable solution with results widely disseminated and available to all Member States Scale and participants Scale and participants• Legal minimum of 6 Member States (=national administrations or competence centres acting on their behalf) participating in the consortium. Duration and Funding Duration and Funding• Duration is up to 36 months with a pilot service operating for 12 months• The EU contribution is limited to the costs for achieving interoperability. The indicative Community contribution available is 5-10M€ per pilot unless otherwise specified in the Workprogramme* or ICT PSP Associated countries
  • 38. Pilots Pilots Pilot B Type B Type BMain features of Pilots Type BMain features of Pilots Type B• The goal is to carry out a implementation of an ICT based innovative service carried out under realistic conditions. Replication and wide validation of best practices can be specified in objective.• The emphasis is on fostering innovation in services; the pilot may need to take-up completed R&D work, may extend already tested prototype services or may combine / integrate several partial solutions to realise a new innovative approach
  • 39. Pilots Pilots Pilot B Type B Type BScale and participantsScale and participants• Legal minimum of 4 legal entities from 4 different Member States or associated countries.• Consortia are expected to engage the complete service value chain, including relevant public authorities (sustaining partners), service providers, industrial stakeholders & usersDuration and fundingDuration and funding• Duration is typically 24-36 months with a pilot service operating for at least 6 months• The indicative Community contribution available is 2-4 M€ per pilot unless otherwise specified in the Workprogramme
  • 40. Thematic Thematic Networks Thematic Networks NetworksMain features of Thematic NetworksMain features of Thematic Networks • The goal is to bring together relevant stakeholders, expertise and facilities to explore new ways of implementing ICT based solutions. • The network may initiate working groups, workshops and exchanges of good practices with the aim of creating the necessary conditions and consensus on action plans, standards and specifications in view to ensure the widest future replication and co-deployment of innovative solutions. • The expected outcomes of Thematic Networks must be clearly defined and measurable, and the results shall be in the public domain. • Proposals will be evaluated against the published evaluation criteria. One or more proposals will be selected on quality for each Thematic Network defined in the work programme.
  • 41. Thematic Thematic Networks Networks Thematic NetworksScale and participantsScale and participantsLegal Minimum is 7 key stakeholders (legal entities) from 7 different Member Statesor associated countries.Duration and fundingDuration and funding• Duration between 18-36 months.• EC contribution is 300-500 K€/network unless otherwise specified in the Workprogramme• Funded through lump sums according to the following scheme: Coordinator Lump sum per year for coordinating the network (depending on number of network members) Other beneficiaries Lump sum per year for implementing the network ALL Lump sum per year for attending meetings and events
  • 42. Best Best Practice Networks Best Practice Practice Network NetworkMain features of Best Practice Network (BPN)Main features of Best Practice Network (BPN) • Only for the Digital Libraries theme (In particular Objective 2.1: Content for Europeana and Experimenting with the use of cultural material for creativity) • Promote the adoption of respective standards and specifications by combining the "consensus building and awareness raising" function of a network with large-scale implementation on a sufficient mass of content. • The commission can organise “Clustering meetings" in order to achieve broad consensus and create the conditions for the widest possible uptake of the recommendations of the BPNs. Scale and participants Scale and participants • Legal minimum of 7 legal entities from 7 different Member States or associated countries. Duration and funding Duration and funding • The indicative Community contribution available is 3-5 M€ per BPN unless otherwise specified in the Workprogramme
  • 43. Funding ratesFor Pilot Type A and B 50% funding of the sum of : – personnel costs – subcontracting costs (if any) – any other specific direct costs (Travel and subsistence; durable equipment; Consumables) of implementing the pilot service – indirect costs ("overheads"); calculated at 30% of personnel costsFor Best practice Networks 80% funding of direct cost only (no funding of indirect cost)For Thematic Networks Use of lump sums
  • 44. Evaluation criteria
  • 45. Electronic SubmissionEPSS - Electronic Proposal Submission System• Online preparation only• Improved validation checks before submission is accepted• Submission failure rate = + 1% Main reason; waiting till the last minute → Technical problems → Panic-induced errors → Too late starting upload, run out of time Submit early, submit often! If in trouble, call the helpdesk !http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/index_en.htm
  • 46. Registration soon at: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/events/index_en.htm
  • 47. FP7 ICT Work Programme 2011-12 (Call 9) Iacopo De Angelis NCP ICT - ICT PSP APRE 26 GENNAIO 2012*Fonte: Presentazioni elaborate da Commissione Europea per CIP ICT PSP NCP meeting 2012 (19/12/2011)
  • 48. FP7 ICT Programme Objectives • Reinforce basic ICT technologies and infrastructures – seize new opportunities in emerging fields, build on existing strengths, help share risks and build partnerships • Reinforce ICT contributions to major socio-economic challenges – health and ageing, lower-carbon economy, sustainable manufacturing and services, learning and cultural resources • Support to international cooperation • Strengthen cooperation in an enlarged Europe • Support to pre-commercial procurement
  • 49. ICT in FP7 - Where do we stand?• Behind us – ICT CfPs under WP 2007-08, WP 2009-10 and WP 2011-12 • >4200 M€ of EU funding committed • >1200 projects launched or to be launched • >11700 participations • >3900 distinct organisations participating – Calls under two Joint Technology Initiatives (Artemis and Eniac) and the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL) in 2008, 2009 and 2010• Ahead of us – ICT WP 2011-12 Calls 8 and 9 • ~1350 M€ funding – ICT WP 2013 • >1500 M€ funding – JTIs + AAL WPs 2011, 2012, 2013 ••• 50
  • 50. FP7/ICT Programme Structure Ca De ll 8 ad lin e: 17 s ICT for socio-economic challenges /1/ 12 et dg bu a rs ~10% 260 M€, 11% 280 M€, 12% 140 M€, 6% 100 M€, 4% Ca ye ~9% De ll 9 2 ad 5. ICT for 6. ICT for lin 7. ICT for 8. ICT for e: Health, Lower- 17 /4/ Manufac. & Learning & 12 Ageing, Carbon Enterprise Cultural Inclusion Economy Resources 1. Network and & Gov. Fa 261 M€, 11% Service 625 M€, 26% Gr cto En ee ry Infrastructures nBasic ICT technologies & er gy Car of Technologies (FET) Future & Emerging Fu Ef PP the 2. Cognitive ur t fic P Fu i en infrastructures Systems and e PP tu In tB Ps re te u De PP Robotics 155 M€, 6% rn ild ad P et ing lin PP sP e: 3. Component P PP 1/1 FI 2/1 and PP 1 402 M€, 17% PD Systems ead lin e:2 4. Digital 165 M€, 7% 4/1 0/2 Content and 01 2 Languages International cooperation, Cooperation in an enlarged Europe, Pre-commercial Procurement ••• 51
  • 51. 1 lle nge Future Internet PPP a /12Ch /10 ne :24 dli Dea – 1.8: Use case scenarios and early trials M€ • Working experimentation sites building upon common components and generic6 7. 5 enablers • Selected test applications • Validation of the openness and versatility of the Core Platform and its Software Development Kit • Detailed plan for the large scale expansion of platform usage – 1.9: Capacity Building and Infrastructure support M€ • Integration of identified infrastructures satisfying the interoperability 512. requirements • Adaptation, upgrade and validation of the infrastructures to support usage requirements from use cases • Pan-European federation of test and experimental infrastructures satisfying interoperability requirements
  • 52. 2 lle nge aCh 2.1 Cognitive systems and robotics 4/1 2 e : 17/ a dlin De – Cognition and control in complex systems82 M € • cognitive capabilities to enhance performance and manageability of artificial systems – Gearing up cross-fertilisation between academic and industrial robotics • strengthen synergies • joint industrially-relevant scenarios • shared research infrastructures • joint small- to medium scale experimentation • comparative performance evaluation – Smarter robots through targeted competitions • reference scenarios • soliciting private sponsorships • organising and managing events
  • 53. 4 le ngeChal Technologies for digital content and M€ languages 7/4 /12 30 :1 ine Deadl • 4.3: Digital preservation – Ensuring reliability of retrieval and use of digital resources across applications and platforms over time, and design digital content natively engineered for obsolescence avoidance
  • 54. 5 ICT for health le ngeChal 5.2 Virtual Physiological Human /4 /12 – Patient-specific predictive computer-based models and ne : 17 li simulation D ead M€ .566 • integrating medical, biological and environmental data • explore the interaction and integration of environmental factors with medical & biological factors • demonstrate for a specific clinical need (all major diseases) – ICT tools, services and infrastructure for multi-scale models and larger repositories • robustness and reproductibility • standards for models and data, tools and repositories • VPH Infostructure including a sustainable VPH model and data repositories • open environments and open-source software expected – Demonstrators and proof of concept of digital representations of health status • integrating different patient-specific data and models of organs • coherent representation of a "Digital Patient"
  • 55. nge 8 alleCh ICT for learning and cultural resources • 8.2: ICT for access to cultural resources – Enhancing the meaning and experiences from digital cultural and scientific resources 2 7 /4/1 – Creating personalised and engaging digital cultural adline: 1 De M€ experiences40 – Platforms for building services to support use of cultural resources for research and education – Technologies for the digitisation of cultural resources
  • 56. FET Proactive and special initiative 2 4/1 e : 17/ a dlin De – 9.9: Quantum ICT 22 M€ M€ – 9.10: Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems 23 23 M€ – 9.11: Neuro-Bio Inspired Systems M€ 2. 5 – 9.12: Coordination Call 9
  • 57. International collaboration Horizontal actions line: 17/4 /1 2 D ead• € 10.3: International partnership building & support to dialogues2M – Enable Partnership building in low and middle income countries – Low-cost technologies, technologies promoting or enabling use of ICT, intuitive user interfaces and local content provisioning – Targeted countries: Low and middle income countries including Africa
  • 58. Thank you for your attention! APRE Punti di ContattoAgency for the Promotion of European Research ICT FP7 via Cavour, 71 00184 - Roma CIP ICT PSP www.apre.it deangelis@apre.it Iacopo De Angelis Tel. (+39) 06-48939993 deangelis@apre.itFax. (+39) 06-48902550 Daniela Mercurio mercurio@apre.it