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FP7 Workprogramme 2007-2008 ICT Future and Emerging Technologies P. Van Hove – DG INFSO, F1 NCP meeting: 19-10-2006. Future and Emerging Technologies. Long-term, high-risk, but purpose-driven Addressing roadblocks in evolutionary roadmaps Opening new directions for ICT of tomorrow

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    1. FP7 Workprogramme 2007-2008ICT Future and Emerging TechnologiesP. Van Hove – DG INFSO, F1NCP meeting: 19-10-2006

    2. Future and Emerging Technologies • Long-term, high-risk, but purpose-driven • Addressing roadblocks in evolutionary roadmaps • Opening new directions for ICT of tomorrow • Interdisciplinary exploration of alternative approaches • FET-Open:new directions and opportunities • FET Proactive:Pathfinder; building excellence in identified areas. • Industrial/SME participation welcome, not mandatory.

    3. Future and Emerging Technologies • Call 1 (FET Proactive) Pre-proposal check !! (to be confirmed) 3.8.1.1 Nano-scale ICT devices and systems 3.8.1.2 Pervasive Adaptation 3.8.1.3 Bio-ICT Convergence • FET Open • Later calls

    4. FET/ Nano-scale ICT devices and systems Research Driver I: beyond the limits of scaling

    5. Research driver II: “More than Moore”(More functionality through heterogeneous integration ) FET/ Nano-scale ICT devices and systems *European Technology Roadmap for Nanoelectronics

    6. FET/ Nano-scale ICT devices and systems • R&D: Demonstration of new concepts for switches ormemory cells • R&D: Demonstration of new concepts, technologies and architectures for local andchip-level interconnects • R&D: Demonstration of radically new functionalities by the integration of blocks from nanometers down to theatomic scale into high added-value systems. • CA: Support the research community, roadmaps, mapping, benchmarking, building ERA.

    7. FET/ Nano-scale ICT devices and systems • Expected Impact: • Switches and interconnects:Laboratory proof of concept & prepare industrial research • New functionalities: radically new directions CONTACT POINTS: Werner.Steinhoegl@ec.europa.eu David.Guedj@ec.europa.eu Total: ~20 M€ STREPs ≥ 4 M€ IPs, ≥10 M€ CSAs, 1 M€

    8. Future and Emerging Technologies • Call 1 (FET Proactive) Pre-proposal check !! (to be confirmed) 3.8.1.1 Nano-scale ICT devices and systems 3.8.1.2 Pervasive Adaptation 3.8.1.3 Bio-ICT Convergence • FET Open • Later calls

    9. FET/ Pervasive Adaptation designing pervasive information and communication systems • Key features: • Self-adapting software, hardware, protocols, architectures, … • Massively scalable • Capable of adapting to highly dynamic contexts • Autonomous adaptation strategies (bio-inspired, stochastic, ...) • Multidisciplinary, human-centric research • Evolve-able pervasive systems • From short term adaptation to long term evolution • Examples: Large scale communication systems, evolving software systems • Networked societies of artefacts • From local autonomy to collaborative systems • Examples: intelligent environments, ensembles of artefacts

    10. FET/ Pervasive Adaptation designing pervasive information and communication systems Key technological and user/social aspects to be considered: • Adaptive Security and Dependability • Context dependent user expectations for privacy and security • Changing threats and risks in evolving pervasive environments • Dynamicity of Trust • Creating trust relationships • Act and interact within ad-hoc and changing configurations • Security for Tiny Networked Devices • Very low-power cryptographic algorithms, protocols, mechanisms • Contexts where some devices may be sacrificed but a critical mass prevails

    11. FET/ Pervasive Adaptation • Expected Impact: • Scalable systems with fundamental capacity for self-controlled adaptation and organisation • Reduce management and maintenance costs • Ensure security, privacy and trust in pervasive applications CONTACT POINTS: Fabrizio.Sestini@ec.europa.eu Wide.Hogenhout@ec.europa.eu Total: ~20 M€ STREPs ≥ 4 M€ IPs, ≥10 M€ CSAs, 1 M€

    12. Future and Emerging Technologies • Call 1 (FET Proactive) Pre-proposal check !! (to be confirmed) 3.8.1.1 Nano-scale ICT devices and systems 3.8.1.2 Pervasive Adaptation 3.8.1.3 Bio-ICT Convergence • FET Open • Later calls

    13. FET/ Bio ICT Convergence AIMS OF THE INITIATIVE: • Consolidate emerging multidisciplinary Bio-ICT research community • Train next generation researchers in both biological and engineering disciplines • Provide opportunities for existing researchers to work in the EU • Find new solutions to ICT problems by leveraging knowledge in biology • Adapt solutions found in nature to solve engineering problems • Create more bio-compatible ICT devices (less training needed, rejection) • Encourage sustainable interdisciplinary research collaboration • Could include progress in biological disciplines through use of ICT techniques

    14. FET/ Bio ICT Convergence Projects should involve one or a combination of: • Novel computing paradigms based on natural information processing in cells etc. • Biomimetic artefacts: H/W systems for information capture, processing or output that mimic techniques used in nature • Bidirectional interfaces: development of H/W that connects to individual neurons for information to be transferred in both directions in a natural way. NB: Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface covered in 3.7.2.1. • Biohybrid artefacts: development of H/W with combinations of tightly coupled biological and engineered components (eg neuroprosthetics)

    15. FET/ Bio ICT Convergence This Initiative has an “open” character, but successful proposals must have: • potential for significant impact on information processing • Provide solutions to currently unsolved ICT problems, or • Demonstrate substantial advantages over existing ICT techniques • a convincing approach • No “missing links” in the methodology • Integrate all required expertise and other resources in the consortium and must • meet ethical requirements, in particular regarding use of any • Animal experiments • Volunteers, especially children • ICT implants

    16. FET/ Bio ICT Convergence Useful links: Beyond the Horizon (TG4 report): http://www.beyond-the-horizon.net/ Ethics (FP6): http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/page_en.cfm?id=3205 CONTACT POINTS: Julian.Ellis@ec.europa.eu Pekka.Karp@ec.europa.eu Total: ~20 M€ STREPs ≥ 4 M€ IPs, ≥10 M€ CSAs, 1 M€

    17. Future and Emerging Technologies • Call 1 (FET Proactive)Pre-proposal check !! (to be confirmed) 3.8.1.1 Nano-scale ICT devices and systems 3.8.1.2 Pervasive Adaptation 3.8.1.3 Bio-ICT Convergence • FET Open • Later calls

    18. What is FET-Open ? MISSION • Exploratory R&D, nurturingnew ideas, helping areas mature • Widest possible spectrum, supporting topics not covered elsewhere • Purpose-driven, addressing problems of clear long-term industrial or societal relevance • Detect new research trends • Continuously open to unforeseeable ideas FP6 Principles and Operation mostly pursued

    19. FET Open Instrument: STREP SUPPORTING RESEARCH • Long term, visionary, collaborative and multidisciplinary, • ICT relevant research of a foundational nature • bright ideas of high-risk / high-payoff; • aiming at a breakthrough, a paradigm shift, or at the proof of a novel scientific principle OR • Refining visionary ideas past the proof-of-concept phase to the maturity level for take-up by mainstream ICT programme CONTINUOUS 2-STAGE SUBMISSION & EVALUATION Short proposal (5 pages), anonymous, evaluated immediately full proposalfor a given cut-off date,evaluated in batches successful

    20. FET Open Instrument: CA COMMUNITY BUILDING… In any area of relevance to FET • Emergence, shaping and consolidation of new and fragmented research communities • Establishingcritical mass, multi-disciplinary diversity around a new scientific discipline or research topic, • Defining future research directions, preparing joint programs of work • Federating research communities around a common challenge May include: • Coordination of national research programmes or activities • Stimulation of international cooperation 1-STAGE SUBMISSION & EVALUATION

    21. FET Open: Call Fiche • Short proposals receivable: • 6 March 2007 - 31 December 2008(planned to be extended ) • Full proposals invited (successful short) CONTACT POINT: Gustav Kalbe – FET-Open Coordinator gustav.kalbe@ec.europa.eu http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/fet/int-o.htm Total: ~65 M€ CAs, 5 M€ STREPs 60 M€

    22. FET: Later Calls • Call 3 (FET Proactive) 3.8.3.1 Science of complex systems for socially intelligent ICT 3.8.3.2 Embodied Intelligence 3.8.3.3 ICT Forever Yours • Later calls (FET Proactive) Massive ICT Systems Human-Computer Confluence QIPC and other quantum technologies

    23. Further Information • Information events IST 2006 Conference Helsinki, esp. Day 2. FET Information day in Brussels 24/01/07 (to be confirmed) • Others FET on the web: http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/fet/home.html