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National strategy: ICT research and development, Christine Hafskjold, FAD

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  • 1. National strategy IKT research and development
  • 2. Facts and figures Photo: Thor Nielsen/SINTEF
  • 3. What is ICT R&D? Photo: Geir Mogen/SINTEF
  • 4. How do we prioritise? Photo: Johan Røed/NTNU. CC BY-SA 2.0
  • 5. 1) Areas where we have world-class research 2) Areas that are important to Norwegian businesses 3) Areas that address important societal challenges
  • 6. Quality Photo: Johan Røed/NTNU Engineering Science and Technology. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  • 7. Why?
  • 8. How? • Basic ICT R&D • Stronger ties between sectors and research topics • Centres of excellence • Knowledge and competence • International work
  • 9. Business development and value creation Photo: Alan Klo/Statoil ASA
  • 10. Why?
  • 11. How? • Business ph.d. • More tax incentives for R&D • Increased commercialisation in publicly funded R&D • Venture capital
  • 12. Societal challenges Photo: Byantikvaren/Trondheim byarkiv. CC BY 2.0
  • 13. Cyber security Photo: Torgeir Haugaard/Forsvarets mediesenter
  • 14. Why? • Area where we need to have national competency • ICT is increasingly important to society • The numbers of threats are increasing
  • 15. Public sector and national infrastructure Photo: Lars Schmidt/Post Danmark
  • 16. Why? • • • • Digitisation and public secor reform Little knowledge about use and effect Need for innovation in the public sector Interface between ICT and law
  • 17. Health and care Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • 18. What? • ICT in medical research • Welfare technology
  • 19. What now? Photo: Patrick Herbert. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  • 20. • New program(s) in NRC • Horizon 2020 and a Norwegian strategy for European research • Public sector Ph.d. in ICT • Gap ICT competence supply and demand
  • 21. Questions?