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Photonics in the 2007-2008 workprogramme Gustav Kalbe Brussels, 23 May 2007

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  1. Photonics in the 2007-2008 workprogrammeGustav KalbeBrussels, 23 May 2007 1

  2. Photonics Unit e-mail: INFSO-PHOTONICS@ec.europa.eu Gustav Kalbe: Gustav.kalbe@ec.europa.eu Inventory of European Optics and Photonics Research & Industry: www.opera2015.org Photonics21 : www.photonics21.org Where to find more information http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/photonics/home_en.html 2

  3. Key Messages 3

  4. FP7-ICT-2007-2: provisional timetableObjective ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic Components & Subsystems • Call published mid-June 2007 (tbc) • Call closure 9 October 2007 (tbc) • Funding Schemes: CP (=IP, STREP); NoE; CSA (=CA, SA) (objective dependent) • Budget flexibility (funding schemes) • Indicative budget = 90 M€ 4

  5. R&D Objectives:Overview IP, STREP Core Photonic Components & Subsystems CA, SSA Support Measures Application-specific Photonic Components & Subsystems IP, STREP, NoE Complementary Measures Underlying Technologies 5

  6. 76 M€ 9 M€ • IP + STREP • Core components • Applications • Underlying tech. • Assessment • NoE • Networking • CA • Young / education • Consensus building • SA • Access 5 M€ 6

  7. Some guiding figures (purely indicative ranges!) 7

  8. Evaluation criteria 1. Scientific and technical quality Threshold 3/5 2. Implementation 3/5 Threshold 3/5 3. Impact 3/5 Threshold 3/5 Overall score Threshold 10/15 8

  9. Expected Impact • Maintain leading position of European industry in high value photonic products • To strengthen Europe’s position as a leading supplier of electronic/photonic components and systems • Continued European leadership in photonics R&D (securing the necessary human resources and knowledge to design, produce and use new generations of photonic components) • Develop new photonic based applications (with emphasis on communications, health, well-being, environment, safety and security) Impact (as described here) is an critical evaluation criterion! 9

  10. Other evaluation points • Submit pre-proposals (highly recommended, to confirm scope) • Scope/Relevance = eligibility criterion • Remote readings will be used • If you have questions, contact us! 10

  11. Scope 11

  12. Core Photonic Components & Subsystems High performance lasers • semiconductor, fibre, disk, … • multiple applications • brilliance • beam quality • high power • ultrafast switching • … e.g.: IP, STREP 12

  13. Core Photonic Components & Subsystems High brightness, power efficient solid-state light sources for ICT & general lighting applications: • blue laser diodes • white light sources • OLED • RGB projectors • … e.g.: IP, STREP 13

  14. Core Photonic Components & Subsystems Optical fibres for high performance & for specific functions: • speciality fibres • active fibres • highly non-linear fibres • 40 GBit/s transmission • lasers & sensors • material processing • … e.g.: IP, STREP 14

  15. Core Photonic Components & Subsystems High performance image sensors: • Covering the spectrum for different types of applications • ultra-low light, single photon resolution • broadband • high dynamic range • high speed • colour sensing • reliable object detection • nm-scale images • … e.g.: IP, STREP 15

  16. Core Photonic Components & Subsystems Sensors exploiting innovative sensing principles: • near field effects • exploiting negative refraction • quantum effects • Plasmonics • … e.g.: IP, STREP 16

  17. Application-specific Photonic Components & Subsystems Truly cost-effective broadband core networks at 40 GBit/s or beyond per channel Scalable, future-proof & economic broadband access & LAN Supporting the “Network of the Future” IP, STREP 17

  18. Application-specific Photonic Components & Subsystems Minimally invasive medical diagnosis & prevention: • reduce costs of diagnostics • biological process imaging • micro-surgery • non-invasive diagnosis • pathogen detection & identification • non-contact cell manipulation • “lab-on chip” • … e.g.: IP, STREP 18

  19. Application-specific Photonic Components & Subsystems Sensing for environment, well-being, safety & security: • miniaturisation of sensors • trace-gas monitoring • accident avoidance in vehicles • detection of hazardous materials • border control • … e.g.: IP, STREP 19

  20. Underlying Technologies Air Integration & manufacturing technologies: • Holistic approaches for reducing size and costs and improving performance, manufacturability & testability; • Holistic approaches for increasing level of functional integration; • Holistic approaches for advancing photonic/electronic convergence • develop “standard” approach • address the whole “food-chain” IP, STREP 20

  21. Underlying Technologies Design methodologies & tools: • Holistic & widely applicable approaches for designing photonic components to improve design quality & efficiency, • including modelling, simulation & characterisation • develop “transportable” approaches IP, STREP 21

  22. Complementary Measures Joint assessment by users of prototype components, subsystems or equipment (from EU suppliers) Networking, integration and structuring of advanced photonics R&D capacities & activities IP, STREP NoE 22

  23. Support Measures Access to centres of expertise and foundries Raising the interest of young people in photonics and stimulating national schemes for graduate education Consensus building and R&D strategies (incl. int’l cooperation) SA CA, SA CA, SA 23

  24. Thank you for your attention 24