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Jarrar: Future Internet in Horizon 2020 Calls

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Invited Talk by Mustafa Jarrar "Future Internet in Horizon 2020 Calls" at EU-Med networking event in Amman.

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Jarrar: Future Internet in Horizon 2020 Calls

  1. 1. Amman, Jordan,12-14/10/2014 Future Internet ICT Networking Event in the Horizon 2020 calls Mustafa Jarrar Sina Institute, Birzeit University, Palestine mjarrar@birzeit.edu www.jarrar.info Invited Talk Jarrar © 2014 1
  2. 2. Layout and Context Jarrar © 2014 2 • Description • Open calls • Relevant info
  3. 3. Jarrar © 2014 3 Budget Budget Calls (09.04.02.01 and 09.04.50.01) 2014 Budget EUR million56 201557 Budget EUR million Call H2020-ICT-2014 Information and Communication Technologies 694.5058 165.00 Call H2020-ICT-2015 Information and Communication Technologies 561.00 Call H2020-EUB-2015 EU-Brazil Research and Development Cooperation in Advanced Cyber Infrastructure 7.00 Call H2020-EUJ-2014 EU-Japan Research and Development Cooperation in Net Futures 6.00 Contribution from LEIT ICT to call ‘H2020-FoF-2014/2015’ (under Part 5.ii of the work programme) 34.00 68.00 Call H2020-ICT-2014 Information and Communication Technologies 694.5058 165.00 Call H2020-ICT-2015 Information and Communication Technologies 561.00 Call H2020-EUB-2015 EU-Brazil Research and Development Cooperation in Advanced Cyber Infrastructure 7.00 Call H2020-EUJ-2014 EU-Japan Research and Development Cooperation in Net Futures 6.00 Contribution from LEIT ICT to call ‘H2020-FoF-2014/2015’ (under Part 5.ii of the work programme) 34.00 68.00 Contribution from this part to call ‘H2020- FTIPilot-2015’ (under Part 18 of the work programme) 17.85 Other Actions (09.04.02.01 and 09.04.50.01) 2014 Budget EUR million59 201560 Budget EUR million Experts (expert evaluators, experts groups, 12.50 13.14
  4. 4. Main Project Types Jarrar © 2014 4 Instrument: Research & Innovation Actions Innovation Actions Cooperation & Support Actions Size Small Project (2-4 Millions) Large Project (4-8 Millions) Different Goals and management
  5. 5. ICT 5 – 2014: Smart Networks & Novel Internet Architectures To bring computer and network architectures closer for greater efficiency. Expected impact: Research & Innovation Actions (Small/Large projects) publications, patents, new PhDs, and new open source software releases. Contributions to standards: IETF, IRTF may be targeted. Creation of a Future Internet architecture network of EU researchers and users of sustainable nature, i.e. beyond the availability of public European research funds. Links with related International developments, e.g. with the NSF, etc. Migration/deployment strategies and roadmaps validated by key industrial players and stakeholders taking an active part in the development of the internet. Strengthen European industry for closer integration of datacom and telecom. Contribution towards at least one large scale validation trial. Jarrar © 2014 5
  6. 6. ICT 6 – 2014: Smart Optical & Wireless Network Technologies Current solutions are barrier to reaching a (quasi-) universal coverage with ultra-high speed, be it with optical or wireless Research & Innovation actions: (Small projects) keep optical network technology in EU with at least 20% of the global market. Novel network services and applications Reduce energy consumption by a factor of about 10. Decrease radiation exposure Move beyond 10 Gbps/user, then 100 Gbps in future over fixed accesses. Support metro and core networks. Cross domain optical resources, industry open standards. higher spectrum efficiency, target 10 fold increase. Enable new applications of higher frequency bands availability of new interoperability open standards for wireless and optical Jarrar © 2014 6 Support actions: Wide dissemination of results, constituency building, etc.
  7. 7. ICT 7 – 2014: Advanced Cloud Infrastructures & Services Infrastructures & tools for high performance, adaptive cloud applications/services that go beyond the current capabilities. Research & Innovation actions: (Small/Large projects) High performance heterogeneous cloud infrastructures. Federated cloud networking Dynamic configuration, provisioning/orchestration of cloud resources. Automated discovery and composition of services Cloud security. Innovation Actions: (Small projects) Platforms for trusted cloud systems. Collaborative development, adaptation/testing open source software Coordination and support actions: Common reference models Adoption of cloud computing infrastructures and services Legal, economic, and societal factors. Jarrar © 2014 7
  8. 8. ICT 8 – 2014: Boosting public sector productivity & innovation through cloud computing services 14/4/2015 Overcome barriers related to using the cloud in the public sector, e.g., procurement, trustworthiness, technical standards and legal terms of reference, risk of lock-in, etc. a) Pre-commercial procurement for public sector cloud services (PCP) • Common requirements & ToRs for future procurement of cloud services. • Standardization, certification, contract terms and service level agreements for secure and interoperable cloud services. b) Public procurement of innovative cloud computing solutions (PPI) • Define cloud solutions for joint European IT systems. • Joint procurement of innovative cloud services by public authorities. Actions: Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) Cofund actions (Large projects) Public Procurement for Innovative solutions Cofund actions (Large projects) Jarrar © 2014 8
  9. 9. ICT 8 – 2014: Boosting public sector productivity & innovation through cloud computing services 14/4/2015 http://Overcome ec.europa.eu/research/barriers participants/related to portal/using desktop/the en/cloud opportunities/in the h2020/public topic s/9081-ict-08-2015.html sector, e.g., procurement, trustworthiness, technical standards and legal terms of reference, risk of lock-in, etc. a) Pre-commercial procurement for public sector cloud services (PCP) • Common requirements & ToRs for future procurement of cloud services. • Standardization, certification, contract terms and service level agreements for secure and interoperable cloud services. b) Public procurement of innovative cloud computing solutions (PPI) • Define cloud solutions for joint European IT systems. • Joint procurement of innovative cloud services by public authorities. ✔ Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco Generally, At least three legal entities. Each of the three shall be established in different Member State or associated country. Actions: Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) Cofund actions (Large projects) Public Procurement for Innovative solutions Cofund actions (Large projects) Jarrar © 2014 9
  10. 10. ICT 9 – 2014: Tools & Methods for Software Development To foster a more competitive EU software industry, especially in the sector of large and interoperable software systems. Tools & methods for large, complex and data-intensive systems: • To incorporate integrity, robustness, reliability, resilience into systems • Simulation, testing, and verification of large and data-intensive systems Software architectures and tools for highly distributed applications: • Dynamic reconfiguration of distributed applications. • Architectures to maximize quality of scalable applications. • Data location in cloud environments including hardware and sensors. Actions: Research & Innovation Actions (Small projects) Jarrar © 2014 10
  11. 11. ICT 10 – 2014: Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation 14/14/2015 Networks of people, of knowledge, of sensors to enable collective intelligence at innovation/scientific/social levels a) Collective Awareness Pilots for bottom-up participatory innovation • Pilot solutions, scalable experiments to understand collective awareness. • Pioneer crowdsourcing/crowdfunding solutions • Partners: industry, academia, local communities, activists, hackers, etc. b) Multidisciplinary research on collective awareness platforms • (Internet Science) of collaboration, anonymity, ethics, neutrality, etc. • Partners: at least two non-ICT. c) Digital Social Platforms (DSP) • Engage more people to join, incentives models, best practices. d) Coordinating pilots and research activities in CAPs • Support and coordinate activities in this field. Actions: Research & Innovation, Coordination and Support Jarrar © 2014 11
  12. 12. ICT 10 – 2014: Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation 14/14/2015 http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/ topics/9082-ict-10-2015.html Networks of people, of knowledge, of sensors to enable collective intelligence at innovation/scientific/social levels a) Collective Awareness Pilots for bottom-up participatory innovation • Pilot solutions, scalable experiments to understand collective awareness. • Pioneer crowdsourcing/crowdfunding solutions • Partners: industry, academia, local communities, activists, hackers, etc. b) Multidisciplinary research on collective awareness platforms • (Internet Science) of collaboration, anonymity, ethics, neutrality, etc. • Partners: at least two non-ICT. c) Digital Social Platforms (DSP) ✔ Palestine, Jordan, Generally, • Engage more At least people three to legal join, entities. incentives Each models, of best Lebanon, practices. Syria, d) the Coordinating three shall be pilots established and research in different activities in CAPs Egypt, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Member • Support State and or coordinate associated activities country. in this field. Morocco Actions: Research & Innovation, Coordination and Support Jarrar © 2014 12
  13. 13. ICT 11 – 2014: FIRE+ (Future Internet Research & Experimentation) Experimental Infrastructure for Future Internet Research & Experimentation (FIRE+) of any size, complexity, or technology a) Research & Innovation Actions (Large projects): • Configurations on Mobile and Wireless, Cloud, Spectrum, Photonics, Internet of Things (IoT), Distributed Service Platforms, Sensors • Experimentation-as-a-Service (EaaS) and Virtual Experimentation. • 50% of the budget to users, experimenters and suppliers b) Innovation Actions (Large projects): • Identify, evaluate and select Ideas for prototyping and experimentation. c) Coordination and Support Actions: • Support and coordinate EU national and regional experimental facilities • Evaluation needs and roadmaps • International cooperation on large experiments Jarrar © 2014 13
  14. 14. ICT 12 – 2014: Integrating experiments & facilities in FIRE+ 14/14/2015 Experimentally-driven research, which can be served well on top of available infrastructures. a) Research & Innovation Actions (Small projects): • Integrating experimental facilities and laboratories into FIRE+. • Collaborative projects for experimentally-driven research using FIRE+. • 50% of the budget to users, experimenters and suppliers. b) Innovation Actions (Small projects): • Technically mature experiments on top of FIRE+ facilities. • Close-to- market products, applications or services. • Include SMEs and start-ups. Jarrar © 2014 14
  15. 15. ICT 12 – 2014: Integrating experiments & facilities in FIRE+ 14/14/2015 http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/ topics/9083-ict-12-2015.html Experimentally-driven research, which can be served well on top of available infrastructures. a) Research & Innovation Actions (Small projects): • Integrating experimental facilities and laboratories into FIRE+. • Collaborative projects for experimentally-driven research using FIRE+. • 50% of the budget to users, experimenters and suppliers. ✔ Palestine, Jordan, b) Innovation Actions (Small projects): • Technically mature experiments on top of FIRE+ facilities. • Close-to- market products, applications or services. • Include SMEs and start-ups. Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco Generally, At least three legal entities. Each of the three shall be established in different Member State or associated country. Jarrar © 2014 15
  16. 16. ICT 13 – 2014: Web Entrepreneurship Ecosystem to encourage more web/mobile entrepreneurs to start a business in Europe and grow internationally. a) Accelerate web entrepreneurship: platforms with new services • Platforms to link local web entrepreneurship ecosystems and hubs • Help startups to launch, scale up, and accelerate their developments. • Create exposure to new financing opportunities b) Coordination activities in the area of web entrepreneurs • Encouraging people to be entrepreneurs; • Supporting existing EU initiatives on web entrepreneurship; • Awards to celebrate web entrepreneurship; • Promoting (MOOCs) for web entrepreneurship skills. • Training on legal and finance, marketing skills Actions: Innovation Actions (Small projects), Coordination and Support Jarrar © 2014 16
  17. 17. ICT 14 – 2014: Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for the Future Internet 25/11/2014 Future networks will have to support in 2020 mobile traffic, 1000 times larger than today and a spectrum crunch is anticipated. a) Research & Innovation Actions (Large projects): • Strand Radio network architecture and technologies: Network architecture, low cost radio access, Innovative 5Garchitectures, etc. • Strand convergence beyond last mile • Strand network management b) Innovation Actions (Large projects): • Strand Network virtualisation and Software Networks: Virtualisation, Orchestration logic, open network functionalities , etc. Jarrar © 2014 17 c) Support Actions: • Projects cooperation agreement, • Horizontal supervision • Standardization, and international activities
  18. 18. ICT 14 – 2014: Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for the Future Internet 25/11/2014 Future http://ec.networks europa.eu/research/will have participants/to support portal/in desktop/2020 en/mobile opportunities/traffic, h2020/1000 ca times lls/h2020-larger ict-2014-than 2.html#today tab2 and a spectrum crunch is anticipated. a) Research & Innovation Actions (Large projects): • Strand Radio network architecture and technologies: Network architecture, low cost radio access, Innovative 5Garchitectures, etc. • Strand convergence beyond last mile • Strand network management b) Innovation Actions (Large projects): • Strand Network virtualisation and Software Networks: Virtualisation, Orchestration logic, open network functionalities , etc. Jarrar © 2014 18 c) Support Actions: • Projects cooperation agreement, • Horizontal supervision • Standardization, and international activities ✔ Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco Generally, At least three legal entities. Each of the three shall be established in different Member State or associated country.
  19. 19. Thank you Jarrar © 2014 19

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