Presentation on theme: "1 Objective 1.1: The Network of the Future Rainer Zimmermann Head of Unit ‘Future Networks’ European Commission DG Information Society and Media FP7 ICT."— Presentation transcript:
1 Objective 1.1: The Network of the Future Rainer Zimmermann Head of Unit ‘Future Networks’ European Commission DG Information Society and Media FP7 ICT Call 4 STREP Briefing
Outline Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview Objective 1.1 in Call 4 Proposal Strategies
3 Where do we stand? Launched: –FP7 ICT Call 1 for proposals in 2007-08 –~200 M€ of EU funding, –46 projects funded Out of 173 proposals received Ahead of us –WP 2009-10 Objective 1.1: ~190 M€ funding –Call 4 ~110 M€ funding –Call 5 ~80 M€ funding
Funding schemes in Objective 1.1 Collaborative projects (CP): –STREP: 'small or medium-scale focused research actions‘ –IP: 'large-scale integrating projects' (IP) Network of Excellence (NoE) Coordination and Support Action (CSA) Objective is to support a balanced portfolio: –Focused and agile scientific and technological exploration through STREP’s –Concentration of efforts - where needed - through IP’s –Support Actions and NoE’s: only in call 5 Budget per call per instrument in Objective 1.1: € Million IPSTREPNoECSATotal Call 4Min 55Min 33-- 110 € Call 5Min 35,5Min 21,363 80 €
Outline Work Programme 2009/2010 Overview Objective 1.1 in Call 4 Consortium Strategies
Objective 1.1 The Network of the Future Future Internet Architectures and Network Technologies –Novel Internet architectures and technologies –Flexible and cognitive network management and operation frameworks Spectrum-efficient radio access to Future Networks –Next-generation mobile radio technologies –Cognitive radio and network technologies –Novel radio network architectures Converged infrastructures in support of Future Networks –Ultra high capacity optical transport/access networks –Converged service capability across heterogeneous access
Objective 1.1 The Network of the Future Expected Impact Strengthened positioning of European industry in the field of Future Internet technologies Reinforced European leadership in mobile and wireless broadband systems, optical networks, cognitive network management technologies. Increased economic efficiency of access/transport infrastructures (cost/bit) Global standards and European IPRs reflecting federated and coherent roadmaps. Wider market opportunities from new classes of applications taking advantage of convergence. Accelerated uptake of the next generation of network and service infrastructures.
INFSO.D1 Staff R.ZIMMERMANNZ.RIDEG (Head of Unit Secretary) A. HOUGHTON Deputy Head of Unit L.KERKOUR Head of Unit P. DE SOUSA A. GARCIA P. JAUHIAINEN M. MONTARELO P. STUCKMANN F. TAGLIANI M. AHLBERG R. BAYOU P. BURCEAG J. CARVALHO P. CHASTANET P. CIUDIN M. DE BECKER H. PALASHEVA (Deputy Head of Unit Secretary) T. BOULANGE
9 Some Logistics Peter Stuckmann Objective 1.1 Coordinator Project Officer ‘Future Networks’ European Commission DG Information Society and Media FP7 ICT Call 4 STREP Briefing
Tasks for this week Individual Assessment Panel approval Consensus IARs + Draft CR CR+PM 119 STREP proposals Back to CM Panel reports including: Final ESR PM (recording panel decision)
Handling of the documentation You should have brought with you the proposal documents sent to you by DHL. After the briefing, you can pick up a box at the secretariat, with your name on, containing the detailed planning, 2 booklets with proposal summaries and other documents Before leaving the building (at lunch or in the evening) give your box back to the secretariat When you pick up the box in the morning and after lunch and SIGN THE ATTENDANCE LIST at this time (presence need to be justified twice a day, AM and PM). At the end of the week (before you leave), you must hand back ALL documents and sign a form.
COVENT GARDEN building: PC and Network facilities PCs are available in the meeting rooms and in the “reading” areas They are connected to an internal network with access to RIvET (all) and Pinocchio (Recorders and Commission only). General login/password will be indicated near the PCs Recorders receive their own login/password for the network and to access Pinocchio (also included in the documentation box you will receive today) The use of Laptops, USB sticks, mobiles and other computing and communication devices is NOT ALLOWED in the building.
Interacting with your colleagues The discussion about individual proposals takes place only at the Consensus meeting and the Panel meetings (not in the reading room or corridors, not outside the building).
Consensus Meeting Room Equipment 2 PCs –Access to RIvET and Pinocchio –Access to the rapporteur’s folder in the network 1 Beamer –To show the draft CR or merged IERs –Useful at the time of joint editing of agreed comments and remarks A printer
Role of the Recorder (Rapporteur) Before the meeting: preparation of a draft CR (MS Word = working document) –Does not to take side for a particular opinion –Presentation of the comments in a more structured way to facilitate the discussion (by bullet for each criterion) At the meeting: record the outcome (in MS Word) –in the CR and PM (proposal minutes) –NB the rapporteurs do NOT chair or moderate the consensus meeting- that is the role of the EC PO! After the meeting –Transfer MS Word -> NotePad -> PINOCCHIO –Complete the Ethical Issues report if needed (only for proposals above all thresholds) –Verify correct formulation and spelling in the CR
Consensus Meetings scheduled at 11:00 Stay in the room if you are not concerned Go to the Commission Secretariat: A2 1/10, pick up your box, sign the attendance sheet and go to the meeting room: COSMOS: Rm 1/163 (EC mod: Jorge Carvalho) DAPHNE: Rm 1/141 (EC mod: Paulo De Sousa) HELP: Rm 1/128 (EC mod: Remy Bayou) SACRA: Rm 1/127 (EC mod: Petru Ciudin) EPICURUS: Rm 1/119 (EC mod: Bart v. Caeneghem) METABAS: Rm 1/120 (EC mod: Pertti Jauhiainen) ICARON: Rm 1/105 (EC mod: Pierre Chastanet)