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1 Information Society Technologies In the 6th Framework Programme Context, rationale, Content of IST in FP6 WP main features

2 Outline of presentation FP6 Overview FP6 Overview –Structure, budget & timetable –The European Research Area The IST Priority The IST Priority –Overview of objectives, vision & content Outline of IST workprogramme Outline of IST workprogramme –Response to IST Expressions of Interest –Focus and priorities –Roadmap of calls and budget Next steps & sources of information Next steps & sources of information

3 The 6th Framework Programme Instrumental for creation of a ‘European Research Area’... Instrumental for creation of a ‘European Research Area’... Towards a European research policy,Towards a European research policy, an ‘internal market’ for science & technology R&Dan ‘internal market’ for science & technology R&D Community funding to help aggregate RTD effortCommunity funding to help aggregate RTD effort EU, Member State & private funded effort(s)EU, Member State & private funded effort(s) ‘open coordination’:‘open coordination’: European initiatives + FP + National / regional activitiesEuropean initiatives + FP + National / regional activities Basic principles Basic principles Focus and integration, fewer priorities, ‘critical mass’, improve impactFocus and integration, fewer priorities, ‘critical mass’, improve impact Lasting, structuring impactLasting, structuring impact to avoid ‘end of project, end of consortium’to avoid ‘end of project, end of consortium’ Multiple projects  coherent programmesMultiple projects  coherent programmes Problem-solving  confronting challenges & exploiting opportunitiesProblem-solving  confronting challenges & exploiting opportunities

4 Develop Europe-wide approaches Develop Europe-wide approaches –making sure that Community funding helps aggregate EU, Member State & private funded effort(s) –it is not just supporting a particular RTD work… New instruments New instruments –“Integrated Projects” & “Networks of Excellence” –More “strategic” thinking Different way of describing content and calls Different way of describing content and calls –a lighter workprogramme, different sequencing of calls,... FP6 is not business as usual! ERA - implies a new way of “thinking”

5 The components of FP6

6 FP6 Budget breakdown Focussing and Integrating Focussing and Integrating –Genomics 2255M€ –Information Society Technologies3625M€ –Nanotechnologies, int M€ –Aeronautics and space1075M€ –Food quality and safety 685M€ –Sustainable development2120M€ –Citizens and governance.. 225M€ –Anticipation of S&T needs Anticipating needs 555 M€Anticipating needs 555 M€ SMEs 430M€SMEs 430M€ Specific INCO 315M€Specific INCO 315M€ M€ ~200M€ for GEANT/GRID ~100M€ for GEANT/GRID Strengthening ERA foundations 320M€ Strengthening ERA foundations 320M€ Joint Research Centre 760M€ Joint Research Centre 760M€ Structuring ERA Structuring ERA –Research and Innovation 290M€ –Human resources1580M€ –Research Infrastructures 655M€ –Science/Society 80M€

7 Outline of presentation FP6 Overview FP6 Overview –Structure, budget & timetable –The European Research Area The IST Priority The IST Priority –Overview of objectives, vision & content Outline of IST workprogramme Outline of IST workprogramme –Response to IST Expressions of Interest –Focus and priorities –Roadmap of calls and budget Next steps & sources of information Next steps & sources of information

8 IST Context The Context for IST has changed in the last 18 months The Context for IST has changed in the last 18 months –Burst of the financial bubbles –Economic slowdown –Security,... The importance of IST for the economy and the whole society remains vital The importance of IST for the economy and the whole society remains vital –Essential for productivity and competitiveness of all industries –Key for societal challenges –Major role for all other science and research fields

9 IST - a high political & policy profile The Union has set an objective for the next decade … The Union has set an objective for the next decade … Lisbon council …. Lisbon council …. “To become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.” with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.” eEurope: A major instrument to attain this objective eEurope: A major instrument to attain this objective providing consolidation in Member States providing consolidation in Member States IST providing the key technologies …. for knowledge creation, sharing and exploitation IST providing the key technologies …. for knowledge creation, sharing and exploitation IST play a strong and increasing role in the world economy … despite recent sharp decline in technology stocks and slump in ICT equipment industry” (OECD IT Outlook 2002) IST play a strong and increasing role in the world economy … despite recent sharp decline in technology stocks and slump in ICT equipment industry” (OECD IT Outlook 2002)

10 IST in FP6 - objectives & strategy Main objectives Main objectives –Strengthening Europe’s competitiveness & technology base –Building the information and knowledge society for ALL Strategy Strategy –Concentration and focus, building critical mass –Capitalise on Europe’s strengths –Visionary, forward looking (longer term / high risk) –Combine flexibility with greater speed in implementation –Scope of activities: Core technologies & “pull-through” applications

11 The IST vision Bringing the users, “people”, to the foreground….. ….. to the “centre of our attention” Bringing the users, “people”, to the foreground….. ….. to the “centre of our attention” –building trustful technologies for the background (almost invisible) Moving to an era where ….. “ Our surrounding is the interface’ to IST applications & services” Moving to an era where ….. “ Our surrounding is the interface’ to IST applications & services” Exploring beyond “the PC, screens & keyboard interfaces”... Exploring beyond “the PC, screens & keyboard interfaces”... Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues ….. Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues ….. –supported by computing & networking –‘everywhere’, embedded in everyday objects (e.g: furniture, clothes, vehicles, smart materials, …)

12 Towards an “all inclusive knowledge society” IST today PC based ………………………………… “Writing and reading” ….…………….…. “Word” based information search ….…… Low bandwidth, separate networks …..…. Mobile telephony (voice) ……………….. Micro scale ……………………………… Silicon based ….………………………… eServices just emerging ………………… Only 5% of global population on-line …. “Ambient Intelligence” tomorrow “Our surrounding” is the interface Use all senses, intuitive Context-based knowledge handling Infinite bandwidth, convergence,.. Mobile/Wireless full multimedia Nano-scale + new materials Wide adoption (eHealth, eLearning, …) >70% of world-wide population on line

13 By 2005, Europe should have: modern online public services modern online public services –e-government, e-learning, e-health,... a dynamic e-business environment a dynamic e-business environment –e-commerce, business process restructuring,... and, as an enabler for these widespread availability of broadband access at competitive prices widespread availability of broadband access at competitive prices –optical fibre access, mobile broadband, local loop competition,... a secure information infrastructure a secure information infrastructure –network security, cyber crime, data protection,... IST in FP6: reinforces & complements eEurope eEurope 2005 “An Information Society for All “

14 Anywhere anytime natural and enjoyable access to IST services for ALL Miniaturised, low cost low power components & µsytems Natural interactions with ‘ knowledge ’ with ‘ knowledge ’ Pervasive, mobile, wireless, trustful infrastructures Applied IST for major societal and economic challenges Specific Generic integration Building blocks IST priority in the Specific Programme Three technology building blocks + applied research

15 anywhere, anytime, anywhere, any service, for all’ core technologies & “pull-through” applications components & µsytems Knowledge & interface technologies Communication, computing & software technologies Communication & networking Software µ, nano & opto electronics µ and nano systemsKnowledgetechnologiesinterfaces Applied IST for major societal and economic challenges Trust & Security IST for societal challenges IST for work & business challenges Demanding Demandingapplications Security, privacy IPRs, dependabilty Smart cards,... E and m business, e and m work, Learning, egovernment GRIDS for science, engineering business and society Health, eInclusion, mobility, environment safety, cultural heritage Mobile: beyond 3G Fixed:All optical Integrated (IPv6) Audiovisual systems Embedded Distributed Reliability Adaptability CMOS : the limit System-on-Chip Nano-scale New materials Multidiscplines New Sensing Networked New materials Nano-scale Context based Semantic based Agent based Scaleable All senses Multilingual Intuitive ‘Surrounding’

16 WP : Future & Emerging Technologies More exploratory and visionary research More exploratory and visionary research Helping new IST-related S&T fields and communities to emerge Helping new IST-related S&T fields and communities to emerge Complementary to Complementary to –other IST strategic objectives –other FP6 ‘Anticipating S&T needs / frontier research’ (new fields / multidisciplinary work) Open scheme: openess to unforeseeable ideas Open scheme: openess to unforeseeable ideas Proactive initiatives: critical mass where focus is needed Proactive initiatives: critical mass where focus is needed –e.g. ‘beyond robotics’, ‘complex systems research’

17 GEANT + GRIDs in FP6 GÉANT International GRIDs Test-beds 10Gigabit/s, EU + NAS Mediterranean & Latin America Initial pilots IPv6, Quality of Service FP5 results 100+ Gigabit/s, Terabit/s, - progressive inclusion in schools Global connectivity Large scale GRIDs platforms (virtual communities) Next Generation Internet solutions for the Research Community FP6 goals

18 Outline of presentation FP6 Overview FP6 Overview –Structure, budget & timetable –The European Research Area The IST Priority The IST Priority –Overview of objectives, vision & content Outline of IST workprogramme Outline of IST workprogramme –Response to IST Expressions of Interest –Focus and priorities –Roadmap of calls and budget Next steps & sources of information Next steps & sources of information

19 Workprogrammes in FP6 - main content Provides further details on … the Scientific and technical content of the calls Provides further details on … the Scientific and technical content of the calls –based on the Specific Programme text Defines the evaluation and selection criteria Defines the evaluation and selection criteria –common set derived from the rules for participation –additional criteria depending on objectives Defines the terms of the calls for proposals Defines the terms of the calls for proposals –objectives to be called for –distribution of budget between old and new instruments –weights and thresholds of criteria to be used including participation eligibility criteriaincluding participation eligibility criteria Updated as appropriate Updated as appropriate –every year for IST

20 Workprogramme : Process Legal basis Legal basis –Framework Programme, Specific Programme –Rules for Participation Wide consultation Wide consultation –ISTC - IST Committee –ISTAG - IST Advisory Group –Programme Consultation Meetings –Call for Expressions of Interest –‘Internal Reflection Groups’ and workshops Portfolio & Lessons Learned Portfolio & Lessons Learned –IPPA - Integrated Programme Portfolio Analysis –Responses to previous Calls for Proposals –Experience from past and on-going projects Reports on the WEB

21 EoI’s - general observation, a positive outcome Successful partnership building in preparation for first call Successful partnership building in preparation for first call Useful feedback on the readiness of the constituency Useful feedback on the readiness of the constituency New research ideas, players and partnerships emerging New research ideas, players and partnerships emerging ‘Renewed’ interest appearing from larger industries with no apparent lessening of interest from SMEs ‘Renewed’ interest appearing from larger industries with no apparent lessening of interest from SMEs Distinct shift towards longer term research Distinct shift towards longer term research

22 EoI’s - general observation, some concerns Lack of preparation with respect to the new instruments, especially IPs. Only between 15-30% were judged to be genuine IPs. Lack of preparation with respect to the new instruments, especially IPs. Only between 15-30% were judged to be genuine IPs. Lack of familiarity with the ERA concept. Lack of familiarity with the ERA concept. Some very large EoIs (in excess of 200MEuro) were received raising questions on the genuine opportunities for funding projects of this size. Some very large EoIs (in excess of 200MEuro) were received raising questions on the genuine opportunities for funding projects of this size.

23 IST Workprogramme for FP6 ! PROVISIONAL The information on the following slides is PROVISIONAL and provided for guidance ONLY pending the adoption of the Workprogramme

24 IST Workprogramme - approach A two year WP to ensure concentration of effort and visibility for the research Community A two year WP to ensure concentration of effort and visibility for the research Community More limited number of calls (three over two years) More limited number of calls (three over two years) Concentration on a limited set of « Strategic Objectives » Concentration on a limited set of « Strategic Objectives » –selection and focus based on Europe’s options.. A total of 23 strategic objectives for the two years A total of 23 strategic objectives for the two years –12 in 2003, 11 in 2004 (one of which in common with Priority 3) Addresses technologies and applications Addresses technologies and applications Instruments Instruments –~2/3 of budget targeted to new instruments –for each Objective: ~2 to 3 IPs, 2 to 3 NoEs and some STREPS,..

25 IST Workprogramme - budget phasing Year Indicative Budget 835,000891,000935,000964,000 Calls per year One call drawing on 2005 budget First WP covers all topics of the SP Planning over 4 years Two calls drawing on 2003 and 2004 budgets Second WP (covers also all topics of SP) with updated focus

26 Key objectives and breakthroughs to aim at, e.g. Key objectives and breakthroughs to aim at, e.g. –‘to develop semiconductor devices shrunk by an order of magnitude down to the 5 nm size’ Demanding research tasks to focus on, e.g. Demanding research tasks to focus on, e.g. –‘pushing the limits of lithography including mask-less pattern transfer’ Guidance on types of instruments to be used, e.g. Guidance on types of instruments to be used, e.g. –‘Integrated Projects on ‘lithography’ including equipment assessments’ Reference to related member states’ and int’l activities, e.g. Reference to related member states’ and int’l activities, e.g. –‘enhance and complement work under EUREKA/MEDEA’ Identification of links with related policies, e.g. Identification of links with related policies, e.g. –‘satellite communications versus space policy’ Strategic Objectives: what do they describe?

27 Reinforce leadership where Europe has demonstrated strengths, e.g. Reinforce leadership where Europe has demonstrated strengths, e.g. –mobile communications and services, broadband communications –micro-opto electronics & µsystems, –networked audiovisual systems... Seize new opportunities that arise from the ‘AmI’ vision and address weaknesses / threats critical for its realisation, e.g. Seize new opportunities that arise from the ‘AmI’ vision and address weaknesses / threats critical for its realisation, e.g. –embedded systems, integration of sensing & actuating devices,... –multimodal interfaces, semantic-based knowledge handling, content... –Security and dependability, open standards and development tools –Knowledge and computing GRIDs Defining the SOs: Five main groups (1)

28 Defining the SOs: five main groups (2) Continued support to leading / challenging applications, responding to emerging needs, e.g. Continued support to leading / challenging applications, responding to emerging needs, e.g. –eHealth, eInclusion, IST for safety in transport, risk management,.. –eLearning and culture, Entertainment and leisure content –business support tools, networked organisations,... Support to research at the frontier of knowlegde Support to research at the frontier of knowlegde –FET open –FET proactive –Cognitive science Support to infrastructure development Support to infrastructure development –Research networking test beds –Open platforms –Safety, etc…

29 Indicative call sequence & topics (1) Strategic objectives addressed in Call 1 1.Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS 2.Micro & nano-systems 3.Broadband access for All 4.Mobile & wireless systems beyond 3G 5.Towards a global dependability & security framework 6.Multimodal interfaces 7.Semantic-based knowledge systems 8.Networked audiovisual systems & home platforms 9.Networked business & government 10.eSafety for road and air transport 11.eHealth 12.Technology-enhanced learning & access to cultural heritage + FET proactive + Accompanying actions + FET proactive + Accompanying actions SectorialApplications Technology components Integrated systems i

30 Strategic objectives covered in Call 2 1.Advanced displays 2.Optical, opto-electronic, photonic functional components 3.Open development platforms for software and services 4.Cognitive systems 5.Embedded systems 6.Applications & services for the mobile user & worker 7.Cross-media content for leisure and entertainment 8.GRID-based Systems & solving complex problems 9.Improving Risk management 10.eInclusion 11.Product design & manufacturing FET proactive + Research Networking + Accompanying actions Indicative call sequence & topics (2) SectorialApplications Technology components Integrated systems

31 ‘anywhere, anytime, anywhere, any service, for all’ core technologies & “pull-through” applications Components & microsytems Knowledge & interface technologies Communication, computing & software technologies - mobile: beyond 3G - broadband access - networked audio- visual systems - software & services development - embedded systems - [post-]CMOS - optical, opto-el., photonics photonics - micro & nano systems systems - displays - semantic-based knowledge - cross-media content - multi-modal interfaces Applied IST research for major societal and economic challenges - dependability & security - eHealth - eInclusion - eSafety of transport - environmental risk mgmt - learning & culture - networked organisations - services for mobile user - service & product engineering - GRID-based systems & complex pb solving & complex pb solving - cognitive systems WP : Strategic Objectives and the SP

32 Networks of Excellence Industrial exploitation Current Industrial strength / presence Fundamental research Basic research Industry-driven research Targeted Research Projects Example of implementation in IST « Monolitihic » Incremental Integrated Projects

33 Conclusions: Opportunities & challenges Realising ERA requires ….. Realising ERA requires ….. –new “thinking” –concentration, critical mass & flexibility are key FP6 provides a key opportunity to shape and improve the impact of IST research in Europe FP6 provides a key opportunity to shape and improve the impact of IST research in Europe –A new generation of technologies & applications is emerging –Europe is well positioned to shape the future & compete –The pace of development is increasingly fast –The aim is “people first” in all-inclusive knowledge society Simplification of procedures and fast reactivity Simplification of procedures and fast reactivity –an extensive effort needed to mobilise the constituency –to address the (steep) learning-curve FP5  FP6

34 Next Steps on the Commission Side Preparations for the first call Preparations for the first call –Support to information days and proposers (including follow-up on Expressions of Interest,...) –IST 2002 conference in Copenhagen (4-6 Nov) –FP6 Launch Event in Brussels (11-13 Nov) –Complete & publish Workprogramme –Complete & publish Call related documentation (Call details, Guide for Proposers, Guide for Evaluators, Evaluation Manual,...) –Retrofit internal procedures to FP6 (Committee, Advisory Structure, Informatics Support,...)

35 IST in FP6: Sources of Information IST on CORDIS FP6 web main page New Instruments Model Contracts Frequently asked Questions The European Research Area CORDIS RTD beyond ISTAG on CORDIS IST in FP6 (including consultation meeting reports & workshops) IST helpdesk IST helpdesk Fax : i


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