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  1. ICT EU-Brazil Research and Development cooperation Giuseppe De Giacomo (degiacomo@dis.uniroma1.it)

  2. ICT EU-Brazil Research and Development cooperation Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  3. IBE wants to play a primary role in ICT EU-Brazil Cooperation • Brussels – Thursday, January 26, 2012 Meeting to discuss proposal building for FP7 and the ICT Joint Call • Agenda : • 10 :00am - Welcome to participants: • Pierre Quertenmont/ Prof. Mario Telo - Universitè Libre de Bruxelles • Thomas Owens – Brunel Univ- Chair • Prof. Moacyr Martucci Junior - Univ S. Paulo (USP) - Coordinator of the IBE • 10:30am - Presentation of FP7- ICT 2012: EU and Brazil to Launch 2nd Joint Call • 11:30am - Other calls (Call 9) • 12:30pm - Brunch • 13:30pm - Projects Ideas - 15 min for each presentation • 15:00pm - Discussion on the viability of participation in other programs (Erasmus Mundus, Science Without Borders, Marie Curie, etc.) Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  4. Participants to the IBE meeting • Univ Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil: Moacyr Martucci Junior - mmartucc@usp.br; Maria Inês Miritello Santoro - ines@usp.br; Akio Sakurai - akiocs@gmail.com; CristianaOgawa - cristiana.ogawa@gmail.com; Enaége Dalan Sant ́Ana - enaege@usp.br • Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil: Edson de Pieri - edopieri@gmail.com • Brunel University, UK: Thomas - Thomas.Owens@brunel.ac.uk ; Vanja Garaj - Vanja.Garaj@brunel.ac.uk • Universitè Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium: Mario Telo - mtelo@ulb.ac.be; Pierre Quertenmont - pierre.quertenmont@ulb.ac.be; Julie Dumont - julie.dumont@ulb.ac.be/julie.dumont@gmail.com; Moya Alvarez Edgar - edgar.moya.alvarez@ulb.ac.be; Esteban Zimanyi - ezimanyi@ulb.ac.be; Jean-Michel Dricot - jdricot@ulb.ac.be; Sabri Skhiri - sabri.skhiri@ulb.ac.be; Quentin Dugauthier - quentin.dugauthier@euronova.eu; Serge Jaumain – Vice Rector - sjaumain@ulb.ac.be • Karlstad University, Sweden: Anna Brunstrom - Anna.brunstrom@kau.se • Sapienza Univ Roma, Italy: Giuseppe De Giacomo - degiacomo@dis.uniroma1.it; Massimo Mecella - mecella@dis.uniroma1.it • Erasmus University, Netherlands: Marjolein van Griethuysen - vangriethuysen@abd.eur.nl • Universidade do Porto, Portugal: Rui Filipe Lima Maranhão de Abreu - rma@fe.up.pt • Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal: Ricardo Gonçalves-– rg@uninova.pt • Minerva Communication, Belgium: Hinano Spreafico - hinano@minerva-communication.eu • Teseo, Bruxeles, Belgium: Mauro Bianchi - mbianchi@teseo.be • EUKnow, Belgium: Giuseppe Saija - g.saija@euknow.be Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  5. 2nd EU-Brazil ICT call • TOPICS • Cloud Computing for Science • Sustainable technologies for a Smarter Society • Smart services and applications for a Smarter Society • Hybrid broadcast-broadband TV applications and services One proposal per topic to be funded. • FUNDINGS • 10MEuro i.e. 2.5MEuro per proposal • TIMING • Work Programme consolidated – Spring 2012 • 2nd Call launch – Fall 2012 • 2nd Call close – Winter/Spring 2013 • 2nd Call evaluations & Negotiations – Spring 2013 Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  6. Topic 1 - Cloud Computing for Science: To explore cloud computing solutions that address researchers needs when building applications of high relevance for grand challenges (including both scientific and societal, such as environmental modelling, weather simulation, biodiversity, life sciences, etc) using distributed resources (network, computing and data). Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  7. Topic 2 - Sustainable technologies for a Smarter Society: To explore system solutions to build sustainable complex systems that are cost effective, energy friendly, affordable and based on open standards to address current society challenges for better living, supporting the emergence of smart services and applications. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  8. Topic 3 - Smart services and applications for a Smarter Society: To support the deployment of interoperable infrastructures exploiting new trends on future internet and open data (namely from sensors and social networks) to create context aware services and applications of relevance for citizens in domains such as management and monitoring of large crowds at large scale events, emergency situations, mobility, etc. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  9. Topic 4 - Hybrid broadcast-broadband TV applications and services: To support the development of hybrid broadcast-broadband TV applications and services to address new generation of TV applications, taking advantage of both the widespread use of free to-air transmissions and the ever-increasing deployment of Internet connectivity, both for commercial use and for educational or other public goals. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  10. 2nd EU-Brazil ICT Coordinated call Strategy • Excellent proposals • Solid consortia • Innovative work • Implementation capacity • Impact both on EU and BR • Cooperation added value • Visible • Seed for the development of future bilateral cooperation • Beneficial for both sides Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  11. Related activities The Commission and the Brazilian authorities have also agreed to share their respective experience and knowledge of policy and regulatory aspects in the ICT field, such as: • Broadband development • Internet governance and security • Cloud computing • Digital broadcasting and content. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  12. Details of area activities • (Topic 1) EU and Brazilian researchers will join forces to deploy cloud computing solutions to address scientific challenges in fields such as environment modelling, bio diversity and life sciences. • (Topic 2) They will work together to exploit sustainable technologies solutions (including microsystems and microelectronics) for smart cities • (Topic 3) They will deploy interoperable Internet infrastructures looking at how new trends on data (e.g. from sensors) and social networking can be applied to domains such as the management and monitoring of large crowds at large scale events, emergency situations and mobility. • (Topic 4) Europe and Brazil will work together towards the development of a new generation of hybrid broadcast-broadband TV applications and services, which take advantage of widespread internet connectivity, both for commercial use and for educational or public purposes. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  13. 2nd EU-Brazil ICT Coordinated call Strategy • Excellent proposals • Solid consortia • Innovative work • Implementation capacity • Impact both on EU and BR • Cooperation added value • Visible • Seed for the development of future bilateral cooperation • Beneficial for both sides Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  14. For more information: • http://itamaratysocinfo.wordpress.com/ • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  15. IBE wants to play a primary role in ICT EU-Brazil Cooperation • Brussels – Thursday, January 26, 2012 Meeting to discuss proposal building for FP7 and the ICT Joint Call • Agenda : • 10 :00am - Welcome to participants: • Pierre Quertenmont/ Prof. Mario Telo - Universitè Libre de Bruxelles • Thomas Owens – Brunel Univ- Chair • Prof. Moacyr Martucci Junior - Univ S. Paulo (USP) - Coordinator of the IBE • 10:30am - Presentation of FP7- ICT 2012: EU and Brazil to Launch 2nd Joint Call • 11:30am - Other calls (Call 9) • 12:30pm - Brunch • 13:30pm - Projects Ideas - 15 min for each presentation • 15:00pm - Discussion on the viability of participation in other programs (Erasmus Mundus, Science Without Borders, Marie Curie, etc.) Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  16. IBE meeting outcome IBE will make 4 proposal one in each area: • Topic 1 (Cloud computing for science) • ERASMUS UNIVERSITY GIVES ITS CANCER DATABASE • PUSP (Brazilian coordinator), Brunel (European coordinator), ERASMUS U , OSLO, KARLSTAD, EUKNOW, PORTO, NOVA, ULB, MINERVA (for dissemination), PUSP will set up an email reflector for the above group. • Topic 2 (Sustainable technologies) • At this time is only possible to identify potentially interested parties, namely: Brunel, MINERVA (Dissemination), PUSP, ROME, UBL, NOVA, UNOCONSULTING • IBE will therefore need to monitor the situation with respect to the development of the call text for this area. • Topic 3 (Smart Crowd Management) • ROME (European coordinator), PUSP (Brazilian coordinator), BRUNEL (if London/Rio Olympics link to be made), EUKNOW, KARLSTAD, MINERVA,(dissemination) PORTO, UFSC, UBL, UNOCONSULTING • Prof Martucci will discuss this idea with University of Brasilia PUSP will set up an email reflector for the above group. • Topic 4 (Hybrid broadcasting) • The existing consortium appears well established and PUSP will continue developing this proposal on its current basis. IBE participants include Brunel and Santa Catarina. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil

  17. IBE meeting outcome - other • The group also Erasmus Mundus (EU) discussed the programs Science Without Borders (BRA), and Marie Curie (EU). • Erasmus Mundus: • It was agreed at the meeting that Erasmus Mundus was not a vehicle to be pursued by IBE. • Marie Curie: • It was also agreed that Marie Curie was not a vehicle that IBE should directly engage with. • Science Without Borders: • Prof. Martucci explained that the main Brazilian Universities had received extensive funding for fellowships for the SWB program and were charged of the selection of the fellows. • There is still some lack of clarity about the operation of the SWB programme but it is only in its early days so IBE will monitor its development and keep its participants updated on any significant developments. • Professor Martucci emphasized that Brazil is open to working with European partners and suggested all the partners who are interested be aware of the regulations of doctoral programs of the Brazilian universities. Giuseppe De GiacomoICT EU-Brazil