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FP7 ICT Work Programme 2007-08 A short overview Michele Missikoff LEKS, IASI-CNR (Thanks to K. Rouhana, DG INFSO, C2)

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1 FP7 ICT Work Programme 2007-08 A short overview Michele Missikoff LEKS, IASI-CNR (Thanks to K. Rouhana, DG INFSO, C2)

2 2 FP7 Proposal

3 3 FP7 Cooperation Programme

4 4 ICT Work Programme 2007-08: Process  General orientations,  main objectives and structure  Detailed objectives,  budgets and mechanisms within each priority research topic  First Work Programme texts  Decision  Interservice consultation, opinion of the Programme Committee and adoption by the Commission  First Call(s) for proposals May 2006 June-July 2006 July 2006 By October/November/December By December 2006 / January 2007

5 5 WP Main Features Providing a European vision/strategy for ICT research & development Focused on a limited set of concrete targets Reflecting industrial and policy priorities Balanced continuity and a new impetus Reinforcing Europe’s strongholds and seizing new opportunities

6 6 WP Main Objectives and Structure  A WP structured around a limited set of “Challenges”  A Challenge is  Focused on concrete goals that require effort at Community level and where collaboration is needed  Ambitious and strategic proposing a European vision on ICT for the next 10 to 15 years  Described in terms of achievements to reach and not in terms of means to realise achievements

7 7 WP Main Objectives and Structure  A Challenge is driven by  The need to overcome precise technology roadblocks to reach specific technical characteristics of a target solution, or  The need to develop precise end-to-end systems to achieve specific socio-economic goals  Each Challenge is addressed through a limited set of Objectives that form the basis of Calls for Proposals  An Objective is described in terms of  Target outcome  Expected impact

8 8 Challenges: Building on Europe’s Strengths (1)  Industrial & technological leadership in key ICT fields  Telecom, embedded IT, nano-electronics, micro-systems, rich audio-visual content etc  Capacity to draw on multiple disciplines  ICT, biology and Biotechnology, physics, materials, social science,..  Handling complexity  Transform progress in complex technologies into reliable products  e.g. infrastructures: energy, telecom, trains; complex devices: mobile, home,  Strengths in “vertical” markets  e.g. automotive, aerospace, pharmaceuticals  Partnering and collaboration  consensus-building, pursuing common goals

9 9 Challenges: Building on Europe’s Strengths (2)  Two major strongholds  Converged networks and infrastructures Replacing current internet, mobile fixed, media and service infrastructures More pervasive, service, software and communication infrastructures More flexible and adaptable Scalable Secure and dependable  Smaller, faster, cheaper and more reliable components and embedded systems Towards the nano-scale, higher integration (SoCs, SiPs,..) Multifunctional micro-systems, photonics Productivity and reliability of embedded systems, computing and control  Budget increase by 20-30% in comparison with FP6

10 10 Challenges: Opportunities from growing demand  New opportunities emerging from:  Growing demand and new ways of using ICT  new technology paths  Growing demand in areas corresponding to Europe’s socioeconomic challenges  Digital content and knowledge (including learning, culture, digital libraries..)  Sustainable health  Intelligent car and safe transport, sustainable growth,  Inclusion and independent living  Demand for end to end systems, services and products, driving ICT progress and innovation  Budget increase up to 60% in comparison with FP6

11 11 Challenge: Opportunities from new technology paths  Opportunities arising from new technology paths  A new wave of more “intelligent” technology:  ICT systems that can learn from experience and observation  can adapt to the user and to their environment  are aware of the context  Driven by developments in: Cognitive systems in interaction/simulation and in advanced robotics  Budget increase by 55%  FET as pathfinder, budget increase by 20%

12 12 Future and Emerging Technologies Cognitive systems, robotics and interaction Network and service infrastructures Components, subsystems and embedded systems Digital content and knowledge ICT for health Intelligent car and sustainable growth ICT for independent living and inclusion End-to-end systems for Socio-economic goals Technology roadblocks ICT WP 2007-08 Challenges ETPs Flagships 60% 30%

13 13 Ch 1: Pervasive & trusted network&service infrastructures Roadblocks  Scalability  Flexibility  Dependability and security Objectives 1.1: The Network of the Future (ubiquitous) 1.2: Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering 1.3: ICT in support of the networked enterprise 1.4: Secure, dependable and trusted Infrastructures 1.5: Networked Media 1.6: New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities (testbeds) 1.7: Critical Infrastructure Protection

14 14 Ch 2: Cognitive systems, interaction & robots  Target: More “intelligent” ICT systems that will transform the way we design, use and interact with ICT based applications and services  Roadblocks  Advanced behaviours: From perception to action  Learning from observations and experiences  Adaptation to context an content  Integration and embodiment in robots and smart devices

15 15 Ch 3: components, systems, engineering  Roadblocks  Continued miniaturisation  Higher integration of different functionalities  Combination of different properties of materials  Productivity of design  Adaptation to physical environment and constraints  Optimised computing architectures  Efficient control and manufacturing Objectives 3.1: Next-Generation Nanoelectronics Components and Electronics Integration 3.2: Organic and large-area electronics, visualisation and display systems 3.3: Embedded Systems Design 3.4: Computing Systems 3.5: Photonic components and subsystems 3.6: Micro/nanosystems 3.7: Networked Embedded and Control Systems

16 16 Ch 4: Digital libraries and content  Target: Placing Europe in the best position to exploit the growth and diffusion of digital content seizing Europe’s knowledge, cultural and creative potential  Target end to end systems  Creative content tools  Knowledge management based on content and context  Adaptive learning tools  Tools for digital libraries and culture

17 17 Ch 5: Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare  Target: Higher productivity, better quality, safer and personalised healthcare  Target end to end systems  Preventive health monitoring systems  Point of care diagnostic systems  Remote disease management  Patient safety systems  Virtual Physiological Human

18 18 Ch 6: ICT for mobility, environment, sustainability & energy efficiency  Target: Safer and more efficient mobility and better management of natural resources  Target end to end systems  Intelligent vehicle systems  Cooperative transport systems  Mobility services  Environmental monitoring  Energy efficient design tools

19 19 Ch 7: ICT for independent living and inclusion  Target: To integrate people at risk of exclusion and allow individuals to participate fully in society  Target end to end systems  Open systems, reference architectures and platforms for independent living and accessibility  ICT based assistive systems  « Systemic » solutions for independent living

20 20 FET - Future and Emerging Technologies Interdisciplinary explorations of new and alternative approaches towards future and emerging ICT-related technologies, aimed at a fundamental reconsideration of theoretical, methodological, technological and/or applicative paradigms in ICT.  FET Open open to a broad spectrum of needs, opportunities and solutions, avoiding the risk of ‘tunnel vision’ in ICT research,acting as an early indicator of new directions and opportunities for research in ICT  FET Pro-active serves as a pathfinder that prepares for future directions in which the ICT programme, together with industry, may create the critical mass that can really make a difference for Europe in the long run

21 21 For More Information... FP7 Software Technologies NESSI ICT for Enterprise Networking E-mail of European Commission Officers. FP7 Software Technologies NESSI ICT for Enterprise Networking E-mail of European Commission Officers.

22 22 La Struttura Organizzativa della DG InfoSo

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