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1 IST Call 6 Tsunami Early Warning Systems Information day IOC Paris January 31th 2006

2 Agenda  9:30- 9:45Welcome and Opening Address (P. Bernal, G. Weets)  9:45-10:00A summary of IOC actions related to TEWS (P. Bernal)  10:00-10:15GEO Activities in Support of TEWS(GEO Secretariat)  10:15-10:30UN-ISDR Platform for the Promotion of Early Warning (S. Dannenmann)  10:30-10:40ICG-NEAMTS (S. Tinti)  10:40-11:00Coffee Break  11:00-11:10ICG-IOWTS (P. Bernal)  11:10-11:20TEWS infrastructure in the Indian Ocean (GFZ, Potsdam, J. Lauterjung,)  11:20-11:30JRC Tsunami Model (DG JRC, A. Annunziato)  11:30-12:35International cooperation, (K Fabbri) ICT for risk management (G. Weets) Specific objectives and selection criteria (K. Fabbri) Tsunami RTD activities ( D. Peter)  12:35-13:00Discussion

3 Agenda  14:15-15:40monitoring systems and early warning 1. ONERA Mrs V. Bazin Fr 2.Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia Mrs Beranzoli IT 3.PRO DV Software Mr J Cronau DE 4.LIAM Mr P De Girolamo IT 5.CIET Mr P. De Lecea ES 6. up to 24 short presentation  15:40-16:00Coffee Break  16:00-17:30alert and emergency management 1.Institut National des Telecommunications+ Asian Institute of TechnologyMr. Noël Crespi FR 2.Alcatel Mr A Lecroart FR 3.Up to 28 short resentation 17:30-18:00Conclusions and Closing

4 Tsunami Early warning system IOC Paris January 31th 2006 Call 6 International cooperation objectives, achievement, participation rules K. Fabbri, G. Weets

5 International Co-operation EU Research Framework Programmes = open for third country organisations International Research Co-operation in ICT = mutual benefit

6 Advantages for Third Countries Participation in EU Research Programmes offers: - scientific opportunities - wide contacts - productive partnerships - enhanced mobility - international benchmark - secure and growing budget

7 Access to knowledge, expertise, skills and technologies available outside Europe Supporting economic growth and promoting European ICT industry Possibility to address world-scale problems and helping to close digital divide Advantages for EU

8 Information Society Dialogues Annual Information Society Dialogues (policy, regulatory, research) between EC and: USA China India Japan Brazil In future: Russia

9 25 EU Member States (MS) 4 Associated Candidate Countries (ACC) 5 Associated Countries (AS) INCO target countries Other third countries Participating Countries

10 Participation of organisations from third countries Participation of organisations from third countries In mutual interests of EU and the country With financial support from EC (INCO target countries) Minimum number of legal entities from EU and Associated States.

11 Participation Rules Minimum number of Project Participants:  3 from MS or AS (of which 2 from MS or ACC)  1 for Specific Support Actions

12 Participation in IST (calls 1 to 5 & FET)

13 Top 10 participants

14 Calls 1-4 & FET: Retained proposals

15 Retained Proposals by Region Latin America: 8 Africa: 3 Australia: 14 Mediterranean: 3 Asia: 46 Balkans: 15 Russia + NIS: 27 North America: 52

16 Success Rates Calls 1-4 & FET 9,2 14,6 9,7 18,4 8,5 16,5 10,6 6 Russia USA China Canada CroatiaAustralia Serbia/M. Brazil Ukraine India Singapore Japan S. Africa FYROM 7,8 19,6 29,3 28,6 12,1 6,2

17 Funding by area

18 Human Resources and Mobility Outgoing Fellowships Worldwide up to 2 years outside Europe + up to 1 year return phase Incoming Fellowships Worldwide Return phase possible if from emerging, transition or developing country Closing: 18 January 2006

19 Research Network GEANT -Pan European Research Network -Linking NRENs, nearly 4000 universities in 40+ countries -Supported by EU Research Framework Programme -With a global perspective: international connectivity

20 Interconnecting the World Operational or contract signed Request to interconnect received South Africa Virtual Silk Highway India ALICE EELA GÉANT2 EGEE, DEISA EUMEDconnect EUMEDGRID TEIN2 EUChinaGrid

21 Interconnecting the World Operational or contract signed Request to interconnect received South Africa Virtual Silk Highway India ALICE EELA GÉANT2 EGEE, DEISA EUMEDconnect EUMEDGRID TEIN2 EUChinaGrid

22 IST FP6 Calls  1 – 1070 M € (2002/2003)  2 – 525 M € (2003)  3 – 28 M € (2004); INCO part  4 – 1120 M € (2004/2005)  5 – 638 M € (2005)  6 – 140 M € (2005/2006); INCO part  FET-Proactive 80 M € (2004); FET-Open 120 M € ( March 2006)

23 Call 6  Open: 20 December April 2006  Budget: 140 M €

24 Call 6 – Strategic Objectives 1.Advanced Robotics 2.Ambient Assisted Living in the Aging Society 3.Search Engines for Audio-Visual Content 4.Accompanying Actions in support of participation 5.International Co-operation

25 1. Advanced Robotics  Support evolution of robotics from an industrial technology to introduction in everyday human environments, and co-operation with people  37 M €  STREP, SSA, CA

26 2. Ambient Assisted Living  ICT-based solutions to extend time elderly can live independently in their home environment  Focus on individuals rather than hospitals  40 M €  IP, STREP, SSA, CA

27 3. Advanced search technologies for digital AV content  Solutions for creating, organising, searching and accessing digital AV content and objects  Consolidating and linking existing research  30 M €  IP, STREP, CA

28 4. Accompanying Actions  Stimulating participation in FP7, with focus on:  SMEs  New Member States, Associated Candidate Countries, INCO countries  3 M €  SSA, CA

29 5. International Co-operation 1.Targeted research actions 2.Actions to identify constituencies and potentialities for deeper strategic co-operation  30 M € (25/5)  STREP, SSA, CA

30 5. INCO part 1 Targeted INCO research actions on  Digital TV Broadcasting and Interactive Applications - Latin America  Digital Broadcasting / Mobile Convergence - China  Grid technologies - China  eGovernment and eParticipation – Western Balkans  Early warning systems for geo-physical hazards – Asia, Mediterranean, …  5 M € each  STREP, SSA, CA

31 5. INCO part 2 Deeper strategic co-operation  Contribute to a global strategy  Identify partners for co-operation  Identify focal areas for co-operation  Identify common needs and opportunities  Each proposal to cover a region and all relevant ICT technologies  5 M €  SSA, CA

32 Evaluation and Selection Criteria  Relevance (to WP)  Potential Impact: policy, socio-economic & technological  Quality of the Action /S&T Excellence  Quality of Management  Mobilisation of Resources

33 How to further improve IST Co-operation: How to further improve IST Co-operation: Need for reviewers and evaluators Experts to register in database: https://emmfp6.cordis.lu/

34 Further information Thank you

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