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RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul2003 1 Project Co-ordinators Meeting Brussels, 17 July 2003 Response to Call 1 Erastos Filos Information Society Directorate-General.

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1 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Project Co-ordinators Meeting Brussels, 17 July 2003 Response to Call 1 Erastos Filos Information Society Directorate-General Directorate for “Components, Subsystems & Applications”

2 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Call 1: Priorities pre-allocated funding budget (80%) M€ Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS Micro and nano systems Broadband for all Mobile and wireless systems beyond 3G Towards a global dependability and security framework Multimodal Interfaces Semantic-based knowledge systems Networked audio-visual systems and home platforms Networked businesses and governments eSafety for road and air transport eHealth Technology-enhanced learning and access to cultural heritage General Accompanying actions Products & Services Engineering (35 NMP)

3 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Overall comments Good coverage of SO topics Numbers close to expectation overall A few major IPs ( M€); most M€ STREPs cover wide technical domain Good SME & Accession Countries participation

4 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul focus areas ( ) System-level design CMOS technology Advanced lithography RF technology Integrated CMOS & non-CMOS devices Low-power design Semiconductor devices (~5 nm) for post-CMOS mobile communications, broadband communications, micro-opto electronics & microsystems Improving productivity by factor 10 Reliable 1 billion gate systems-on-chip Semiconductor devices (~5 nm) for post-CMOS mobile communications, broadband communications, micro-opto electronics & microsystems Improving productivity by factor 10 Reliable 1 billion gate systems-on-chip WP2003/2004 objectives Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS - Unit C1 Proposals received ranked : 2.8

5 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS - Unit C1 All major players (industry & research) are represented Considerable SME participation in NoEs & STREPs A few major IPs (up to ~40M€) Quality of “system-level design” proposals low 54% IPs 22% NoEs 22% STREPs 2% SSAs/CAs 19.9 M€ 20.2 M€ 2.2 M€ 48.9 M€ 54 proposals req. funding: 426 M€ SME participationNew/Old Instrum. 12 %76 %

6 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul IPs to support ‘health’ (implantable) to counter ‘fatigue’ to monitor food quality polymer electronics/ manufacturing flexible packaging RF & short- range communications RF, short-range communication, design, gas sensing Fair coverage, however some application & technology areas not covered! new technologies technology support Nano/opto-electronic & combined technologies, micro/nano fluidics integrating emerging technologies NoEs 76 proposals received, 18 retained (1 : 4) high- density packaging STREPs exploring emerging application/devices technologies Euro- practice NAS- network CAs/ SSAs Micro and nano systems - Unit C2 Strategic Objective new holistic approaches 3D MEMS design active oral device nano scale devices system-in-a- package camera

7 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Links to national /other initiatives: –Eureka (EURIMUS and PIDEA) –national micro and nano technology activities Links to other SOs : –Retained proposals have direct links with health, transport, communications Third Countries: –Russia, Australia, China, Switzerland Accession Countries: –Hungary, Romania, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Malta, Lithuania 56% IPs 26% NoEs 16% STREPs 2% CAs/SSAs 14.5 M€ 1.85 M€ 23.7 M€ 52.2 M€ SME participationNew/Old Instrum. 23 %82 % 76 proposals req. funding: 515 M€ Micro and nano systems - Unit C2

8 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Networked Governments - Unit C6 84 proposals requesting 394 M€ (eGovernment part) - 22 IPs, 9 NoEs, 39 STREPs, 14 SSAs & CAs Good coverage of WP (IST ) : 10% Management of dynamic collaborative networks 38% Technologies for interoperability 37% Open, secure, re-configurable eGov applications 5% Knowledge management 10% Government re-organisation Participants’ profile: 45% administrations, 23% SMEs, 13% large businesses

9 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Focus areas ( ) Ubiquitous personal health management Reliable methods & software for decision support and risk analysis support of health professionals Medical informatics, bioinformatics and neuroinformatics… towards the next generation of eHealth systems An environment that enables management of citizens’ health status & assists health professionals in taking promptly the best possible decision for prevention, diagnosis and treatment Proposals (175) received ranked : : : 5.5 eHealth - Unit C4 WP2003/2004 objectives

10 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul eHealth - Unit C4 more than 60% newcomers more STREPS, fewer NoEs than expected many interesting cross-SO/Priority proposals GRID technology, micro/nanosystems, Priority 1 support to eEurope 2005 (eHealth) & public health policy (DG SANCO) 57% IPs 19% NoEs 23% STREPs M€ 1% SSAs/CAs 8.3 M€ 522 M€ M€ SME participationNew/Old Instrum. 26 %76 % 175 proposals req. funding: 913.8M€

11 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Focus areas ( ) Advanced sensors, communications & highly dependable software for on-board safety Distributed intelligent agents, secure communications & advanced positioning & mapping technologies for location-based services Vehicle & information infrastructure management systems for safety & efficiency eSafety for Road & Air Transport - Unit C5 An integrated & global approach to intelligent road vehicles & aircraft with higher safety, value added services & better interaction between the person in control, the vehicle & the information infrastructure Proposals (51) received ranked : : 8 1 : 4.5 WP2003/2004 objectives

12 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul IPs show clear industrial leadership NoEs address horizontal issues on technologies, e.g. HMI, robotics, electromagnetic compatibility STREPs cover wider range of R&D Several proposals support of eSafety initiative Overall subscription 1:4 51 proposals req. funding: 248.4M€ IPs 49% M€ NoEs 11% 28.4 M€ CAs/SSAs 1% 2.6 M€ STREPs 39% 96.7 M€ eSafety for Road & Air Transport - Unit C5 SME participationNew/Old Instrum. 21 %60 %

13 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul NMP work programme ( ) The creation of “Knowledge Communities” in production technologies IST work programme ( ) Products & Services Engineering 2010 “Manufacturing, services and products engineering in 2010” Proposals could address elements in a single domain or in both domains, as appropriate ! Products & Services Engineering IST/NMP joint call

14 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul In two stages for the IPs & NoEs Single stage evaluation of CA & SSA proposals 3 evaluation panels: IP, NoE, CA/SSA Total of 44 experts; joint IST/NMP moderator team Deadline IP & NoE full proposals: 16 Sept (also the 2nd deadline for CA & SSAs) Indicative budget: 60M€ 25 M€ (min.20 M€ for the new instruments) from Priority 2 35 M€ (min. 25 M€ for the new instruments) from Priority 3 Products & Services Engineering IST/NMP joint call

15 RZ_to_ISTC_on_Call1_9Jul Products & Services Engineering IST/NMP joint call NoEs 18% CAs/SSAs 4% IPs 78% 575 M€ 27 M€ 127 M€ 94 proposals req. funding: 730 M€ Technologies addressed First choice SO: 68% IST ( ), 32% NMP ( ) First choice SO: 68% IST ( ), 32% NMP ( ) Submitted Retained IMS EUREKA 3rd Country # proposals Proposals with links to IMS, EUREKA, int’l co-operation Proposals with links to IMS, EUREKA, int’l co-operation


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