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1 1 ICT R&D&Innovation in Europe A market of more than 660 Billion Euro –Largest market world wide, (~34%) EU produces 23% of the world ICT value added –ICT, one of the largest export sectors of the EU (10%) –ICT a large part of our imports (14,5 %) More than 30% of research workforce is in ICT DAE: EU Member States' total annual public spending on ICT R&D should double to €11bn by 2020.

2 2 Why Cooperate Internationally on ICT ICT accounts for ~30% of total R&D effort worldwide Growing need for international cooperation to address complex scientific challenges and share high-cost projects or research infrastructures ASEAN and EU have similar S&T policies; we need to tackle jointly such global issues as climate change and need to work together on sustainable development

3 3 FP7 Cooperation Programme The ICT thematic area is the largest in the Cooperation program with a budget of € 9,1 billion (28% of the total budget)

4 4 Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) 1. Network and Service Infrastructures ICT for socio-economic challenges Basic ICT technologies & infrastructures FP7 ICT Programme Structure ~10% ~9% 261 M€, 11% 4 International cooperation, Cooperation in an enlarged Europe, Pre-commercial Procurement 3. Components and Systems 4. Digital Content and Languages 2. Cognitive Systems and Robotics 5. ICT for Health, Ageing, Inclusion & Gov. 625 M€, 26% 155 M€, 6% 402 M€, 17% 165 M€, 7% 260 M€, 11% 6. ICT for Lower- Carbon Economy 280 M€, 12% 7. ICT for Manufac. & Enterprise 8. ICT for Learning & Cultural Resources 140 M€, 6%100 M€, 4%

5 5 To jointly develop ICT solutions to major global societal challenges To jointly respond to major global technological challenges by developing interoperable solutions and standards To improve scientific and technological cooperation for mutual benefit Objectives of international collaboration

6 6 Third-country participation in FP7 ICT (number of projects, Calls 1-6)

7 7 Call 8, 26/7/11 – 17/1/12, ~785 M€ [1] [1] Each proposal must indicate the type of funding scheme used (IP or STREP for CP, where applicable; CA or SA for CSA, where applicable – see Appendix 2) ChallengeObjectives Challenge 1: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures ICT Future Networks ICT Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering ICT Trustworthy ICT ICT Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) Challenge 3: Alternative Paths to Components and Systems ICT Very Advanced Nanoelectronic Components: Design, Engineering, Technology and Manufacturability ICT Smart Components and Smart Systems Integration ICT Core and Disruptive Photonic Technologies Challenge 4: Technologies for Digital Content and Languages ICT Intelligent Information Management Challenge 6: ICT for a Low Carbon EconomyICT Smart Energy Grids ICT ICT for Efficient water Resources Management ICT Cooperative Systems for Energy Efficient and Sustainable Mobility Challenge 8: ICT for Learning and Access to Cultural Resources ICT Technology-Enhanced Learning Future and Emerging Technologies ICT FET Proactive: Unconventional Computation (UCOMP) ICT FET Proactive: Dynamics of Multi-Level Complex Systems ICT FET Proactive: Minimising Energy Consumption of Computing to the Limit (MINECC) ICT Coordinating Communities, Identifying New Research Topics for FET Proactive Initiatives… ICT Science of Global Systems Horizontal ActionsICT Pre-Commercial Procurement Actions

8 8 Call 9, 18 Jan 12 – 17 Apr 12, ~291 M€ [1] [1] Each proposal must indicate the type of funding scheme used (IP or STREP for CP, where applicable; CA or SA for CSA, where applicable – see Appendix 2) ChallengeObjectives Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics ICT Cognitive Systems and Robotics Challenge 4: Technologies for Digital Content and Languages ICT Digital Preservation Challenge 5: ICT for Health, Ageing Well, Inclusion and ICT Virtual Physiological Human Challenge 8: ICT for Learning and Access to Cutural Resources ICT ICT for Access to Cultural Resources Future and Emerging Technologies ICT FET Proactive: Quantum ICT (QICT) including ERA-NET-Plus ICT FET Proactive: Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems (FOCAS) ICT FET Proactive: Neuro-Bio-Inspired Systems (NBIS) ICT Coordinating Communities, Identifying New Research Topics for FET Proactive Initiatives… International CooperationICT International Partnership Building and Support to Dialogues (Enable Partnership Building in Low and Middle Income Countries, incl. Africa)

9 9 Getting help with proposals For general information support National Contact Points:http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ncp_en.htmlhttp://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ncp_en.html Partner search facilities: Information desk: IPR Helpdesk: Electronic proposal submission helpdesk: Call texts are available at the one-stop participant portal at or directly at

10 10 Additional help from ICT FP7 contact points in different LAC countries and here in EC Headquarters from


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