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1 1 FP7 ICT Programme IST4BALT Workshop Baltic IT&T Jacques Babot European Commission DG INFSO

2 2 FP7: structure Cooperation Predefined themes, refined FP6 instruments Cooperation Predefined themes, refined FP6 instruments Ideas Frontier research, competition, individual grants Ideas Frontier research, competition, individual grants People Human potential, mobility People Human potential, mobility Capacities Infrastructure, SMEs, science and society, Capacities Infrastructure, SMEs, science and society, Joint Research Center – non-nuclear + EURATOM

3 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP3 IKT vieta p ā r ē jo p ē t ī jumu vid ū (1)

4 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP4 IKT vieta p ā r ē jo p ē t ī jumu vid ū (2)

5 5 ICT – The largest priority theme of FP7 ICT Technology Pillars –pushing the performance and functionality of technology Integration of Technologies –integrating multi-technology sets that underlie new services Applications Research –providing the knowledge and the means to develop a wide range of innovative ICT applications Future and Emerging Technologies –supporting research at the frontier of knowledge

6 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP6 IKT Aktivit ā tes IKT tehnoloģiju pīlāri Nanoelektronika, fotonika un integrētas mikro/nanosistēmas; Plaši pieejami neierobežotas jaudas sakaru tīkli; Iegultās sistēmas, skaitļošanas tehnika un kontrole; Programmatūra, tīkli (Grids), drošība un uzticamība; Zināšanas, izziņas un mācību sistēmas; Modelēšana, vizualizācija, mijiedarbība un jauktā realitāte; Jaunas perspektīvas IKT jomā Tehnoloģiju integrēšana Personālā vide; Mājas vide; Robotikas sistēmas; Automatizēta infrastruktūra Lietojumprogrammu pētniecība IKT, kas risina sabiedrības problēmas; IKT saturam, jaunradei un personīgai attīstībai; IKT uzņēmumu un rūpniecības nozaru atbalstam; IKT uzticamībai un drošībai Nākotnes un jaunās tehnoloģijas

7 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP7 7.IP IKT priorit ā te, Darba programma A thematic priority for research and development under the specific programme Cooperation implementing the Seventh Framework Programme ( ) of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IST NKP,

8 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP8 Objective Improving the competitiveness of European industry and enabling Europe to master and shape future developments in ICT so that the demands of its society and economy are met. ICT is at the very core of the knowledge based society. Activities will strengthen Europe's scientific and technology base and ensure its global leadership in ICT, help drive and stimulate product, service and process innovation and creativity through ICT use and ensure that ICT progress is rapidly transformed into benefits for Europe's citizens, businesses, industry and governments. These activities will also help reduce the digital divide and social exclusion

9 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP9 7.IP IKT M ē r ķ is Uzlabot Eiropas rūpniecības konkurētspēju un dot Eiropai iespēju apgūt un pielāgot IKT nākotnes attīstību, lai izpildītu sabiedrības un ekonomikas prasības. Pasākumi stiprinās Eiropas zinātnes un tehnoloģiju bāzi un nodrošinās tās globāli vadošo lomu IKT jomā, palīdzēs virzīt un veicināt produktu, pakalpojumu un procesu inovācijas un radošu pieeju, izmantojot IKT, un nodrošinās, ka IKT attīstība tiek ātri pārvērsta jaunās priekšrocībās Eiropas iedzīvotāju, uzņēmumu, rūpniecības nozaru un valdību interesēs. Šīs darbības arī palīdzēs samazināt digitālplaisas un sociālo atstumtību

10 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP10 Policy and socio-economic context i2010, achieving the renewed Lisbon agenda Partnering in ICT research and development An approach focused on a limited set of challenges Involving SMEs and feeding innovation Developing global partnerships European Technology Platforms in ICT Joint Technology Initiatives Co-ordination of non-Community research programmes

11 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP11 ICT - Information and Communication Technologies

12 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP12 ICT INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, Work Programme

13 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP13 ICT WP Challenges (1) CHALLENGE 1: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures CHALLENGE 2: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics CHALLENGE 3: Components, systems, engineering CHALLENGE 4: Digital Libraries and Content CHALLENGE 5: Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare CHALLENGE 6: ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency CHALLENGE 7: ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion.. 8: Future and Emerging Technologies...9: Horizontal support actions

14 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP14 Future and Emerging Technologies 2. Cognitive systems, robotics and interaction 1. Network and service infrastructures 3. Components, Systems, Engineering 4. Digital libraries and content 5. ICT for health 6. Intelligent car and sustainable growth 7. ICT for independent living and inclusion Socio-economic end to end systems Technology roadblocks ICT WP Challenges (2)

15 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP15 1. Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures (1) The Network of the Future - 1 Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering - 1 ICT in support of the networked enterprise - 1 Secure, dependable and trusted Infrastructures - 1 Networked Media - 1 New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities - 2 Critical Infrastructure Protection (Joint Initiative between ICT and Security Themes) - Joint

16 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP16 Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures (2) Billions of devices connected Convergence emerging but: User handles separate networks, a multiplicity of devices, disparate services Security and trust are add on characteristics Robustness/dependability a key hurdle Difficulty to cope with the fragmentation of the value chain Trillions of devices connected Anywhere, anytime, any device Unlimited capacity Reconfigurability, adaptability, Interoperability, Service composition Built-in security and trust Highly dependable software and systems Full support to distributed value chains Service oriented architectures Computing/data handling a utility Today 5 – 10 years

17 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP17 2. Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics (1) Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics – 1, 3

18 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP18 Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics (2) Robots operating in «structured», «constrained» environnments Industrial robots «Programmed» service robots Basic, but not full, understanding of computational representations of human cognitive processes First applications in cognitive vision Human-machine interactions that are rather static or passive unable to adapt to human behaviours and unable to empower humans in their interactions Robots exhibiting advanced behaviour Adapting to context & learning from observation Machines and systems that understand their users and/or their environment; Systems that analyse and understand multimedia and multimodal digital information; operating in dynamic and open-ended environments Today 5 – 15 years

19 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP19 3. Components, systems, engineering (1) Next-Generation Nanoelectronics Components and Electronics Integration - 1 Organic and large-area electronics, visualisation and display systems - 1 Embedded Systems Design - 1 Computing Systems - 1 Photonic components and subsystems - 2 Micro/nanosystems - 2 Networked Embedded and Control Systems - 2

20 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP20 Components, systems, engineering (2) 45-nano-meter node, In leading edge research 300 mm Wafers Silicon and CMOS dominate «Homogeneous» integration Photonics applications emerging Difficulty with reliable large-scale real-time embedded systems Unable to analyse aggregate behaviours, predict and control systems Today 5 – 10 years Below the 32 nano-meter node 450 mm Wafers New materials Higher integration, More heterogeneous (SoCs, SiPs) Wider use of advanced photonics Higher productivity in the design of embedded systems Higher control capacity of large scale real time systems

21 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP21 4. Digital Libraries and Content (1) Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning – 1, 3 Intelligent Content and Semantics – 1, 3

22 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP22 Digital Libraries and Content (2) An intense effort is still required to access, interpret, and learn from content Content is not personalised Interactivity is limited to smart menus. Knowledge is badly exploited Tools for the capturing and editing are still in their infancy Learning tools focus so far only on the delivery of content Today 5 – 10 years Digital libraries are widely available Multilingual cultural and scientific resources are produced, managed, transmitted, preserved and used reliably, efficiently and at low cost Efficient editing and knowledge management systems solid semantic foundations mass-individualisation of learning experiences with ICT (mid term) adaptive and intuitive learning systems (longer term)

23 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP23 5. Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare (1) Personal Health Systems for Monitoring and Point- of-Care diagnostics - 1 Advanced ICT for Risk Assessment and Patient Safety - 1 Virtual Physiological Human - 2

24 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP24 Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare (2) Citizens, healthy or under treatment, can not monitor their health No access to comprehensive and secure electronic health records. E.g. needs of elderly people are not sufficiently covered. Health professionals do not yet have fast and easy access to patient-specific data to support diagnosis or plan clinical interventions. Health authorities do not make sufficient use of information processing systems Today 5 – 10 years Innovative systems and services for personalised health monitoring. E.g. wearable/portable ICT systems Efficient systems for point-of-care diagnostics. Alerts and management support Improved management of large scale health-related crises Tools for patient-specific computational modelling & simulation of organs or systems. (longer term)

25 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP25 6. ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency (1) ICT for the Intelligent Car and Mobility Services - 1 ICT for Cooperative Systems - 2 ICT for Environmental Management and Energy Efficiency - 2

26 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP26 ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency (2) Safety of vehicles and their energy efficiency have drastically improved. But, the zero-accident scenario is still a distant goal. current vehicle's active safety systems are still limited stand alone Risk management systems provide isolated solutions No co-ordinated ICT-triggered alert of rescue and security forces. Infrastructures are not sufficiently energy efficient e.g. buildings, production plants, transport and communications Today 5 – 10 years Intelligent Vehicle Systems secure vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication systems optimised traffic management at large scale Fully integrated management systems to monitor and react to environmental and other risks Intelligent monitoring of energy production, distribution, trading and use

27 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP27 7. ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion (1) ICT and Ageing - 1 Accessible and Inclusive ICT - 2

28 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP28 ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion (2) Research on technology for independent living is in its infancy Progress in the areas of eAccessibility & assistive technology Increasing complexity and limited usability of many products and services Lack of interoperability between existing inclusive systems Lack of interoperability between assistive or health-support technologies and mainstream ICT Today 5 – 10 years ICT solutions that will help substantially reduce the 30% of the population currently not using ICT User friendly systems beyond the PC and current technologies ICT based solutions extending independence and prolonging active participation in society Cost-effective, multi-vendor solutions enabling seamless and reliable integration of devices and services

29 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP29 Future and Emerging Technologies FET-Open - new directions and opportunities for research in ICT FET-Proactive Nano-scale ICT devices and systems - 1 Pervasive adaptation - 1 Bio-ICT convergence - 1 Science of Complex Systems for socially intelligent ICT - 3 Embodied Intelligence - 3 ICT forever yours - 3

30 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP30 Horizontal support actions International cooperation – 1, 3 Trans-national co-operation among National Contact Points - 3

31 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP31 FP5FP6FP7 PC basedOur surrounding is the interface Wider diffusion of ICT Writing and readingUse all senses, intuitiveContext-rich interactions Word based information search Context-based knowledge handling Interactive digital content Low bandwidth, separate networks Infinite bandwidth, convergence, … Ubiquitous communications Mobile telephony (voice) Mobile/Wireless full multimediaDistributed, cooperating, adaptive systems Micro scaleNano-scale More Moore and bottom-up approaches Silicon based+ new materials More than Moore: SoC/SiP, smart systems e Services just emerging Wide adoption ( e Health, e Learning, …) ICT drawing on nano-, bio-, cogno- science Only 5% of global population on-line >70% of world-wide population on line Effective integration and use of ICT

32 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP32 ICT Call 1 Call identifier: FP ICT-1 Date of publication: 22 Dec 2006 Closure date: 8 May 2007 Indicative budget: M Challenges called: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics Components, systems, engineering Digital libraries and content Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare ICT for mobility, environmental sustainability and energy ICT for independent living and inclusion Future and emerging technologies Horizontal support actions

33 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP33 Indicative timetable for ICT Call 1 Publication of call22 nd December 2006 Deadline for submission of proposals 8 th May h00 Brussels time Evaluation of proposalsearly June 2007 Invitation letter to HearingsWeek commencing 11 th June HearingsWeek commencing 25 th June Evaluation Summary Reports sent to all proposal coordinators MidJuly Invitation letter to successful applicants to launch negotiations Early August 2007 Letters to unsuccessful applicantsFrom September 2007 Signature of first grant agreementsNovember 2007

34 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP34 ICT Call 2 Call identifier: FP ICT-2 Date of publication: 15 May 2007 Closure date: 9 October 2007 Indicative budget: 477 M Challenges called: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures Components, systems, engineering Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare ICT for mobility, environmental sustainability and energy ICT for independent living and inclusion

35 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP35 Indicative timetable for ICT Call 2 Publication of call15 th May 2007 Deadline for submission of proposals 9 th October h00 Brussels time Evaluation of proposalsNovember 2007 Hearingsweek beginning 26 th November Evaluation Summary Reports sent to all proposal coordinatorsfor Christmas

36 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP36 ICT Call 3 Call identifier: FP ICT-3 Date of publication: Dec 2007 Closure date: Mar 2008 Indicative budget: 265 M Challenges called: Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics Digital libraries and content Future and emerging technologies Horizontal support actions

37 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP37 FET Open (1) Call identifier: FP ICT-1 Date of publication: 22 Dec 2006 Date from which proposals are receivable: 19(27) Mar 2007 Closure date: 31 December 2008, at 17:00, Brussels, local time is planned that the call will subsequently be extended beyond 31/12/2008 Indicative budget: 65 M Topics called: Future and emerging technologies

38 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP38 FET Open (2) Batch Start date of short STREP proposal submission End date of short STREP proposal submission period Full STREP proposal cut- off date / time (following successful short proposals) CA proposal cut-off date / time 1 19(27)/3/20073/5/20074/9/ :00 2 4/5/20074/9/20078/1/ :00 3 5/9/20078/1/20086/5/ :00 4 9/1/20086/5/20082/9/ :00 5 7/5/20082/9/200831/12/ :00 6 3/9/2008It is planned that the call will subsequently be extended beyond 31/12/2008

39 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP39 Tentative Road-Map (1) Budget (M) Call 1Call 2Call 3 Security Joint Ch 1. Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures The network of the future Service and software architectures, infrastructures and engineering ICT in support of the networked enterprise30 4. Secure, dependable and trusted infrastructures90 5. Networked media85 6. New Paradigms and experimental facilities40 7. Critical infrastructure protection20 Ch 2. Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics Ch 3. Components, systems, engineering Next generation nanoelectronics components and electronics integration86 2. Organic and large-area electronics and display systems63 3. Embedded systems design40 4. Computing systems25 5. Photonic components and subsystems90 6. Micro/nanosystems83 7. Networked embedded and control systems47 Ch 4. Digital Libraries and Content Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning Intelligent content and semantics

40 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP40 Tentative Road-Map (2) Budget (M) Call 1Call 2Call 3 Security Joint Ch 5. Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare Personal health systems for monitoring and point-of-care diagnostics72 2. Advanced ICT for risk assessment and patient safety30 3. Virtual physiological human72 Ch 6. ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency ICT for the intelligent vehicles and mobility services57 2. ICT for cooperative systems48 3. ICT for the environmental management and energy efficiency54 Ch 7. ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion ICT and ageing30 2. Accessible and inclusive ICT43 Future and Emerging Technologies Open scheme65 1. Nano-scale ICT devices and systems20 2. Pervasive adaptation20 3. Bio-ICT convergence20 4. Science of complex systems for socially intelligent ICT Embodied intelligence20 6. ICT forever yours20 Horizontal support actions International cooperation Trans-national co-operation among NCPs3 3 Total

41 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP41 Citas IKT finans ē šanas iesp ē jas (1) Ideas Programme: European Research Council (ERC) Frontier research Peoples Programme: Initial training, Life-long training, Industry academia, International dimension, Specific actions Capacities Programme: Research infrastructures, Research for the benefit of SMEs, Regions of knowledge, Research potential of Convergence Regions, Science in society, Support to the coherent development of research policies, International cooperation Joint Research Centre (JRC): Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP):

42 42 FP7 Capacities – Research Capacity – 6 Parts 1. Research Infrastructures 2. Research for the benefit of SMEs 3. Regions of knowledge 4. Research potential 5. Science in society 6. Activities of international cooperation

43 43 FP7 Capacities – Research Capacity – 6 Parts Research infrastructures: 3987 m (54%) Research for benefit of SMEs: 1914 m (25%) Regions of knowledge: 160 m (2%) Research potential: 558 m (7%) Science in society: 558 mé (7%) Intl cooperation: 359 m (5%)

44 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP44 Citas IKT finans ē šanas iesp ē jas (2) ICT participates in the Research Infrastructures Calls of the Capacities ProgrammeResearch Infrastructures Calls 1 st Call deadline - 2 May 2007, 2 nd Call – 2 nd half of 2007, 3 rd Call – 2008

45 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP45 Citas IKT finans ē šanas iesp ē jas (3) 1 st Call deadline - 2 May 2007 : Support to existing research infrastructures ICT-based e-Infrastructures: Scientific Digital Repositories – 15M, Deployment of e-Infrastructures for Scientific Communities – 27M Support to new research infrastructures Design Studies: Design Studies for e-Infrastructures – 6M Preparatory phase ESFRI Roadmap: Computer and Data treatment – 10M

46 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP46 Citas IKT finans ē šanas iesp ē jas (4) 2 nd Call – 2 nd half of 2007 : 1.2.3: e_Science Grid Infrastructures – 50M 3.3: Studies, conferences and coordination actions supporting policy development including international cooperation for e-Infrastructures – 14M

47 Dina Bērziņa, Latvijas IKT NKP47 Citas IKT finans ē šanas iesp ē jas (5) 3 rd Call – 2008 : 1.2.4: GEANT – 95M 1.2.5: Scientific Data Infrastructures – 20M


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