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  1. Information Society Technologiesin the 6th Framework Programme WP 2003-2004 First call Gérard Comyn Head of Unit European Commission, IST programme Workprogramme coordination and cross programme themes

  2. Outline of presentation • A reminder: IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority: Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • Call 1 • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Contractual Issues

  3. ERA-a new context for EU supported RTD • Moving to a European level Research policy • Strengthen co-operation between National and EU Activities • Improve links between National and EU policies and schemes • Supports enlargement • Development of a “shared vision” on European RTD • Potential for co-funding arrangements • FP6 is a major instrument to realise ERA • Realising ERA will require • New thinking: more strategic and goal oriented • New approach: concentration, critical mass and flexibility • New scope: taking account of the international dimension of RTD(greater awareness of who’s doing what) • New instruments: Integrated Projects (IPs) & Networks of Excellence (NoEs)

  4. ~200M€ for GEANT/GRID ~100M€ for GEANT/GRID 16270 M€ FP6 Budget breakdown • Focussing and Integrating • Genomics 2255 M€ • Information Society Technologies 3625 M€ • Nanotechnologies, int.. 1300 M€ • Aeronautics and space 1075 M€ • Food quality and safety 685 M€ • Sustainable development 2120 M€ • Citizens and governance .. 225 M€ • Anticipation of S&T needs • Anticipating needs 555 M€ • SMEs 430 M€ • Specific INCO 315 M€ • Strengthening ERA foundations 320 M€ • Structuring ERA • Research and Innovation 290 M€ • Human resources 1580 M€ • Research Infrastructures 655 M€ • Science/Society 80 M€ • Joint Research Centre 760 M€

  5. IST in FP6 - objectives & strategy • Main objectives • Establishing Europe’s leadership in the technologies at the heart of the knowledge economy and society • Strengthening Europe’s competitiveness & technology base • Building the information and knowledge society for ALL • Strategy • Concentration and focus, building critical mass • Visionary, forward looking (longer term / high risk) • Combine flexibility with greater speed in implementation • Scope of activities: Core technologies & “pull-through” applications

  6. The IST vision • Bringing the users, “people”, to the foreground…..….. to the “centre of our attention” • building trustful technologies for the background (almost invisible) • Making technology “adapt” to people and business needs • Moving to an era where …..“Our surrounding is the interface’ to IST applications & services” • Exploring beyond “the PC, screens & keyboard interfaces”... • Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues ….. • supported by computing & networking • ‘everywhere’, embedded in everyday objects(e.g: furniture, clothes, vehicles, smart materials, …)

  7. Security, privacy IPRs, dependabilty Smart cards,... Health, eInclusion, mobility, environment safety, cultural heritage GRIDS for science, engineering business and society E and m business, e and m work, Learning, egovernment Trust & Security IST for societal challenges IST for work & business challenges Demanding applications Applied IST for major societal and economic challenges Communication, computing & software technologies components & µsytems Knowledge & interface technologies  Communication & networking Software µ, nano & opto electronics µ and nano systems Knowledge technologies interfaces • Mobile: beyond 3G • Fixed:All optical • Integrated (IPv6) • Audiovisual systems • Embedded • Distributed • Reliability • Adaptability • CMOS : the limit • System-on-Chip • Nano-scale • New materials • Multidiscplines • New Sensing • Networked • New materials • Nano-scale • Context based • Semantic based • Agent based • Scaleable • All senses • Multilingual • Intuitive • ‘Surrounding’ anywhere, anytime, anywhere, any service, for all’ core technologies & “pull-through” applications

  8. Future & Emerging Technologies • More exploratory and visionary research • Helping new IST-related S&T fields and communities to emerge • Complementary to • other IST strategic objectives • other FP6 ‘Anticipating S&T needs / frontier research’ (new fields / multidisciplinary work) • Open scheme: openess to unforeseeable ideas • Proactive initiatives: critical mass where focus is needed • e.g. ‘beyond robotics’, ‘complex systems research’

  9. GEANT + GRIDs in FP6 FP6 goals FP5 results 100+ Gigabit/s, Terabit/s,- progressive inclusion in schools 10Gigabit/s, EU + NAS GÉANT Mediterranean& Latin America International Global connectivity Large scale GRIDs platforms(virtual communities) GRIDs Initial pilots Next Generation Internet solutionsfor the Research Community IPv6, Quality of Service Test-beds

  10. Outline of presentation • A reminder: IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority: Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • Call 1 • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Contractual Issues

  11. IST Workprogramme 2003- 04: Approach • A two year WP • A limited number of calls: Three over two years • Concentration on a limited set of « Strategic Objectives » • 12 “Strategic Objectives” in 2003,11 in 2004 • ~2/3 of budget targeted to new instruments

  12. First WP covers all topics of the SP IST Workprogramme - budget phasing Planning over 4 years Two calls drawing on 2003 and 2004 budgets Second WP (covers also all topics of SP) with updated focus

  13. Defining the SOs: Five main groups (1) • Reinforce leadership where Europe has demonstrated strengths, e.g. • mobile communications and services, broadband communications • micro-opto electronics & µsystems, • networked audiovisual systems... • Security and dependability,… • Seize new opportunities that arise from the ‘AmI’ vision and address weaknesses / threats critical for its realisation, e.g. • multimodal interfaces, semantic-based knowledge handling,.. • embedded systems, integration of sensing & actuating devices, ... • Knowledge and computing GRIDs

  14. Defining the SOs: five main groups (2) • Continued support to leading / challenging applications, responding to emerging needs, e.g. • eHealth, eInclusion, eLearning and culture, • Entertainment and leisure content • business support tools, networked organisations,... • Support to research at the frontier of knowledge • FET open • FET proactive • Cognitive science • Support to infrastructure development • Research networking test beds • Open development platforms • IST for safety in transport, risk management,..

  15. The strategic objectives: what do they describe? For each objective, the WP: • Defines the goals to be achieved with RTD in Europe • Focuses on the parts that need to be addressed with the EU effort • Provides guidance on the types of instruments that need to be supported • Identifies the links with member-states activities • Identifies links with policies,,e.g. eEurope,..

  16. i Indicative call sequence & topics (1) Technology components + Services and Products engineering 2010 : Joint call with priority 3 Integrated systems Sectorial Applications + Services and Products engineering 2010 : Joint call with priority 3

  17. Indicative call sequence & topics Technology components Integrated systems Sectorial Applications

  18. FET and Research Networking • FET: Two schemes • Open, continuous call for STREPS, CAS and SSAs • Proactive: • three initiatives in Call1 • Research Networking • Test beds on GEANT and GRIDs • Complements the Research Infrastructure activity

  19. Budget allocation • 80% of budget pre-allocated • 20 % flexible, to be allocated after evaluation • Five groups of objectives • Strengthening leadership Marked increase (~27%) • Seizing opportunities Substantial increase (~45%) • Ensuring co-evolution Same level • Infrastructures Following Council decision • FET Following commitment • Allocation only for the first two years: To be revised for 2005-2006 • ~2/3 of budget on new instruments (all together not per objective)

  20. Call 1

  21. Call 2

  22. Outline of presentation • A reminder: IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority: Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • Call 1 • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Contractual Issues

  23. Call 1 Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS 75 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • semiconductor devices shrunk by an order of magnitude • alternative devices • design in-time and at cost of reliable systems-on-chip or systems-in-package • Research Tasks • materials, equipment, processes, packaging : nano-CMOS, the high-frequency challenge, lithography; new devices, new on-chip wiring • design methods and tools: system-level SoC design, reconfigurable systems; SoC design standardisation and training

  24. Call 1 Micro and nano systems 85 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • cost-efficiency, performance and functionality • level of integration and miniaturisation • improved interfacing and networking • Research Tasks • technology, design and industrialisation of sensors, actuators, other devices, MST components, microsystemsand the integration technology • system level packaging and interconnect • micro-nano technology • large area systems integration

  25. Call 1 Broadband for all 60 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • single access network physical infrastructure shared by multiple services • broader/faster, lower costs, enhanced intelligence and functionality • Research Tasks • multi-service capability • increased bandwidth capacity • low cost access network equipment • network management, control and protocols

  26. Call 1 Mobile & wireless systems beyond 3G 90 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • heterogeneous and generalised wireless access network • support for mobility, security, Quality of Service, scalability • Research Tasks • reconfigurability • spectrum resource management • global roaming • inter-working

  27. Call 1 Towards a global dependability and security framework 55 M Euro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • security and dependability of ICT infrastructures • trust and confidence in the use of IST • Research Tasks • security and mobility, virtual identity management, privacy enhancing technologies • dependable network and information systems • simulation-based management decision support tools for critical infrastructure protection • crypto technologies, digital assets management • smart devices, biometrics, security certification, forensic technologies

  28. Call 1 Multimodal interfaces • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • natural and adaptive multimodal interfaces, that respond intelligently to speech and language, vision, gesture, haptics and other senses • Research Tasks • interaction between and among humans and the virtual and physical environment • multilingual systems 65 MEuro

  29. Call 1 Semantic-based knowledge systems 55 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • semantic-based and context-aware systems to acquire, organise, process, share and use the knowledge embedded in multimedia content • Research Tasks • semantic-enabled systems and services facilitating multimedia content mining • knowledge-based adaptive systems combining semantically enriched content with ‘anytime-anywhere inferencing’

  30. Call 1 Networked audiovisual systems & home platforms • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • open trusted and interoperable multimedia user platforms and devices • notably for broadcasting and in-home platforms • Research Tasks • co-operating IP Audio-Visual networks, multimedia streaming, and storage and management appliances • adaptive Quality of Services for scalable audio-visual flows on heterogeneous networks • access to streamed and stored audiovisual media from any device, from anywhere in the home • more intuitive interaction with hybrid 3D multimedia signals and objects 60 MEuro

  31. Call 1 Networked businesses and governments 75 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • organisational networking, process integration, and sharing of resources • Research Tasks • management of dynamic collaborative networks • technologies for interoperability • e-government platforms, applications and multi-modal services • knowledge management

  32. Call 1 eSafety for road and air transport 65 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • integrated and global approach to intelligent road vehicles and aircraft; which offers higher safety and value added services • Research Tasks • on-board safety systems that assist the driver in road vehicle control • airborne collision avoidance systems for aircraft • location based value added services • vehicle and information infrastructure management systems

  33. Call 1 eHealth 70 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • ubiquitous management of citizens’ health status • assistance to health professionals • integration into clinical practice • Research Tasks • biosensors and secure communication and their integration into wearable or implantable systems • decision support tools for prevention, diagnosis and treatment

  34. Call 1 Technology-enhanced learning and access to cultural heritage • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • systems and services forimproved access to Europe's knowledge and educational resources, including cultural and scientific collections • Research Tasks • learning systems and services in support of ubiquitous, experiential and contextualised learning and virtual collaborative learning communities • digital libraries services, environments for intelligent heritage and tourism, digital restoration and preservation 65 MEuro

  35. Joint call with priority 3 Services and product engineering 2010 • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • collaborative technologies and methods for extended service and product design and development approaches, • with focus on new holistic product/service concepts • Research Tasks • collaborative technologies and methodologies • integration of miniaturised devices (e.g. smart tags, sensors) and related software into end-products • optimisation of value creation processes in manufacturing • holistic product design, development and distribution tools and methods in a rich variety of sectoral settings • Open to IPs, NoEs in two stage procedure, CAs and SSAs in one stage 25 MEuro +35

  36. FET OPEN Scheme 60 MEuro • Research implemented through STRePs / Specific Targeted Research Projects • 2-step process • a short anonymous proposal submitted first, at any time • full proposal only if short proposal was successful • Support for research communities through CAs / Coordination Actions and SSAs / Specific Support Actions • 1-step process • Continuous submission: • Open on 17/12/2002 • Three evaluation cut-off dates per year:13 May 2003, 16 September 2003, 13 January 2004, 11 May 2004, 14 September 2004, …

  37. FET Proactive Initiatives : Call Planning 40 MEuro • 1st Call: deadline 24/4 ‘03 • Beyond robotics • Complex systems research • The Disappearing Computer • 3rd Call: (tentative subjects and deadline) • Quantum information processing and communication • Molecular computing • Global computing • Life-like perception and cognition systems

  38. Outline of presentation • A reminder: IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority: Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • Call 1 • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Contractual Issues

  39. Instruments: Rationale Drafted with the aim of • Achieving the FP objectives: Integration, critical mass, improving impact,… • Simplification: no implementing regulations; less than 10 model-contracts (currently 33) • Flexibility: the work programme may adjust rules to RTD activities’/instruments’ specificity • Autonomy for participants: within the framework of the rules, organisation of relations within the consortium is a matter for participants themselves

  40. Instruments for the IST priority • Integrated Projects • Objective driven • Networks of Excellence • Structuring, aggregating,.. • +Article 169 • Targeted research projects • (address specific issues) • Co-ordination Actions (CAs) • Support Actions (SSAs) NEW No longer available ….. - Individual Take-up Actions - SME Exploratory Awards

  41. Integrated Projects - purpose • Designed to support research that is …..objective and result driven • clearly defined objectives and results • Each IP should • integrate the types of activities needed to obtain the goals • integrate the critical mass of resources needed to obtain the goals • integrate all elements of technology / value chain ….to attain high-impact goals • support industry (large & SME) collaboration with academia

  42. Integrated project Current projects IPs: addressing all needed elements of the value chain Ex: Multi-sensorial interfaces

  43. Best practice IP Take-up, trials Industry driven research Basic research Integration along the innovation cycle Adoption Time

  44. ApplicationVision2008-2010 technology / application RTD project – roadmap + single objective Workpackage Workpackage Workpackage – Workpackage RTD + demonstration + take-up Workpackage – Workpackage Spin-off resultsCall for trials Add partners e.g. SMES Call for trials Add partners e.g. SMEs Call for IP’s in application domain Call to extend and complete Call for integration of results Potential evolution of an Integrated Project Proposed project roadmap

  45. “Monolithic” • partners known at outset • tasks identified • budget known • “Incremental” participation • tasks identified • budget known • not all participants are in • “Incremental” funding • objectives known • technology roadmap known • tasks to be completed • budget to be changed • participants as well Integrated Projects - possible implementations

  46. Networks of Excellence - objectives • To reinforce or strengthen ….scientific and technological excellenceon a given research topic • by integrating the critical mass of expertise needed to provide European leadership and be a world force • around a Joint programme of activity (JPA) • Structuring European research by …integrating research capacities across Europe. • Durable integration • To progress knowledge on a particular theme • Overcome the fragmentation of European research • To act as a “Virtual Centre of Excellence” • To spread excellence beyond the partners

  47. The JPA Partner 2 Partner 1 Partner 2 Partner 2 Partner1 Integrating activities “Binding” Partner1 Partner 4 Partner 4 Partner 4 Partner 3 Partner 3 Partner 3 with the NoE Coordinated NoE - aims at integrating & shaping research The NoE field RTD activities in Europe before the NoE(today)

  48. Example • Situation before the network: • good isolated research teams in Europe • fragmented effort, redundancy of work, multiplication of effort on basic research tools such as software libraries etc… • a huge gap with US, Japan in terms of quality of deliverables and impact • links to industry very sparse • The network: • Brings together between 8 to 15 the best teams in Europe • Between 50 and 150 researchers per year • EU funds are a small part of the total effort • Helps emerge common research work between ALL team members • Fosters exchange of knowledge, coordination of activities, • buillds links with the US, Japan,… • Common deliverables, co-written papers and common research tools

  49. Example • Main outcomes • Solid research community with coordinated activities • common software libraries incorporating all advances brought by all teams • agreement on common open standards, methodologies for data representations, for visualisation , for problems handling.... • From coordination to common programmes.. • Wider dissemination of activities to SMEs, etc..

  50. Integrated Projects Current Industrial strength / presence « Monolitihic » Incremental Integrated Projects Targeted Research Projects Networks of Excellence Industrial exploitation Fundamental research Basicresearch Industry-driven research Example of implementation in IST