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Nano-Tera General Presentation 2011

  1. 1. swiss scientific initiative in health / security / environment systems 1
  2. 2. Mission Research, Design & Engineering of complex systems ( -level) for Health, Security and Environment using micro- and technologiesFostering research and crossbreeding of hardware and software technologiesin the areas of implantable, wearable & ambient systemsConvergence of technologies in these areas: fertile ground for innovation • Develop new markets • Improve living standards • Better the quality of health, security & environment systems • Foster a vision of engineering with social objectives • Promote related educationl programs
  3. 3. key figures• 52 projects (19 RTD – 15 NTF – 18 ED)• 30 research institutions involved as PIs and Co-PIs• 137 research groups• ~600 researchers• ~120 PhD thesis supported• Over 150papers published• Total allocation: – 60MCHFin cash (from the Swiss Confederation) – 60MCHFin matching money (from the participating institutions or third parties) – 1.8MCHFin cash for matching funds of technical universities
  4. 4. Projects RTD Research, Technology, Development (selected/monitored by SNSF) 19 projects • Call 2008 10 projects started in 2009 (duration: 4 years) • Call 2009 9 projects started in 2010 (duration: 3 years) NTF Nano-Tera Focused 15 projects Regular calls 2008-2010 (now closed) 2 projects completed 13 on-going projects (duration: 1-2 year) ED Education & Dissemination 18 activities
  5. 5. RTD Projects 2009
  6. 6. RTD Projects 2010
  7. 7. RTD project extensions Selected by the SNSF on November 2010 on the basis of a competitive call Involve new industrial players such as: IBM, Nokia, STMicroelectonics and Arrayon Biotechnology Planned for ratification including budget planning: end of May Project start scheduled on June 1st 2011 RTD add-on Ca-NutriChip Martin Gijs, EPFL COSMICMOS Alex Dommann, CSEM IR-N-ox Jérôme Faist, ETHZ MINACEL Harry Heinzelmann, CSEM OpenSense+ Karl Aberer, EPFL SelfSys+ Jürgen Brugger, EPFL SImOS+ Peter Ryser, EPFL TWPeM Carlotta Guiducci, EPFL
  8. 8. RTD Projects by themes NanowireSensor SImOS NutriChip MIXSELHealth i-IronIC PATLiSci IrSens Security Nexray CabTuRes SelfSys TecInTex ISyPeM QCrypt PlaCiTUS X-Sense OpenSense CMOSAIC LiveSense GreenPower Environment
  9. 9. Nano-Tera Focused Projects Nano-Tera Focused (NTF) BioAnt Anja Skrivervik, EPFL BioCS-Node Pierre Vandergheynst, EPFL EMoA François Tièche, HES-SO Enabler Adrian Ionescu, EPFL G-DEMANDE Michael Schumacher, HES-SO MicroComb Tobias Kippenberg, EPFL NanoUp Andrzej Sienkiewicz, EPFL NaWiBo Tomaso Zambelli, ETHZ NeoSense Martin Wolf, USZ PMD-Program Sebastian Maerkl, EPFL SecWear Mariagiovanna Sami, USI SMTS Christian Dürager, EMPA TWIGS Kunigunde Cherenack, ETHZ ULP-Logic Yusuf Leblebici, EPFL ULP-Systems Yusuf Leblebici, EPFL
  10. 10. Education & Dissemination Activities Education & Dissemination (ED) B-AWaRE Martino Ruggiero, EPFL COMES Mariagiovanna Sami, USI D43D David Atienza, EPFL EASY Adrian Ionescu, EPFL EducationalKit Daniel Roggen, ETHZ E-Print Giovanni Nisato, CSEM FEDAMaT Yusuf Leblebici, EPFL iCAN Jürgen Brugger, EPFL ISMICT Christian Enz, CSEM MicroCool John Thome, EPFL MMB2011 Olivier Guenat, CSEM NanoBio2010 Janos Vörös, ETHZ Plasmonics Olivier Martin, EPFL QCrypt Matthias Christandl, ETHZ SEE-Nano Vanessa Wood, ETHZ SPIMD Sandro Carrara, EPFL TED-Activities Philippe Fischer, FSRM WIMEMS-School Danick Briand, EPFL
  11. 11. Research GroupsDistribution of the 137 research groups by project type RTD 85 NTF 2 22 3 7 3 15 ED
  12. 12. Part of Part ofOPET (BBT) ETH-Board Part of SUK / CUS 30 participating institutions
  13. 13. Distribution of research groups137 research groups30 institutions
  14. 14. Distribution of research groups137 research groups30 institutions
  15. 15. phases
  16. 16. future evolution• Pending governmental approval, is articulated in 3 phases: – First phase 2008-2011: • Research and develop enabling technologies and experimental systems – Second phase: 2012-2016: • Integrate new technologies into systems, demonstrating the possibilities of new products and markets – Third phase: 2017-2020: • Consolidation of results and deliverables of those projects that have a strong societal and industrial impact• The second phase is 5-year long due to federal budget realignment – Still funding is approved in two stages (2011 and 2012) – The effective start date for was delayed by 18 months 21
  17. 17. Broad objectives for phase 2• Continued focus on health, security and environment – With an extension to smart energy• Consolidation of the research efforts – Build bridges among the pinnacles of excellence• Achieve program cohesion – Respond to Swiss societal and industrial needs 22
  18. 18. • Calls will address both interdisciplinary projects as well as specific hot areas within the research space 23
  19. 19. November 2010: Visit to China• Swiss delegation visits 5 Chinese institutions – Under the initiative of Prof. Boi Faltings (EPFL) – With the support of Swissnex – Presenting and MICS activities.
  20. 20. Call for Joint NT-SSSTC pilot grants• Call for Proposal 2011: – Joint SSSTC pilot grants – Provide grants to PIs in Switzerland with Chinese partners: • NTF rules • scope, with preference for Internet of Things • Total budget of 500kCHF • Grants up to 100kCHF for 1 year only (Q3/11 – Q3/12)• Proposals reviewed by EXCOM (as NTFs) with presence of SSSTC program manager• Call open since May 2nd – closes June 30th 25
  21. 21. Events 2011• Annual Meeting (Bern May 12-13) – Public review of all projects• Scientific Advisory Board (Bern May 13) – Review of the overall program• SNSF Panel review (Interlaken November 9- 11) – Private review of 19 RTD projects 26
  22. 22. Is meeting the Converging Challenges ? Energy Scavenging Smart Energy Security Circuit Design Personalized Health Care System Level Environmental Distributed “Tera ” Intelligent Agents health care Monitoring Remote Physical Level Networking Components “ Nano ” Materials Devices Structure 27
  23. 23. time scale value chain mapping Industri CMOSAIC,10y Nexray,6y GreenPower,4y Time Qcrypt,4y NanoWireSensor,6 LiveSense, . -8 4y IsyPeM,10 scalin ProtoMIXSEL,10y y g Fundament Applied Developme TecInTex,4yPatLiSci,6y nt SImOS,3 y al Research Researc h PlaCITUS,5y (2y for components)NutriChip,4y i- IronIC,8y IrSens,4 X-Sense,4y SelfSys,4 y OpenSense,3 CabTuRES,4y y y ---- Nano ---- ---Tera ---
  24. 24. Convergence and Grass Root Effectinto first Major Strategic Milestones• Joint NanoTera-SSSTC Pilot Grant call• First RTD full industrial matching fund contribution – in process• Guardian Angel European flagship project Giovanni De MICHELI David ATIENZA Adrian IONESCU Nico DE ROO Christofer HIEROLD
  25. 25. Thank You and Welcome from the Management Of Peter Patrick Yann John Carmen …and the Community Knowledge Development (CKD) team Chris NiteshMadhur iago T