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1 1 Software Technologies in Call 5 and FP7 in Call 5 and FP7 Unit D3 J.L. Fernández-Villacañas Martín European Commission, Information Society and Media Directorate General Network and Communication Technologies Directorate Software Technologies Unit

2 2 Our mission today Introduce our Unit What we do how it fits in the IST programme Our activities Complex Systems and Self-properties Call 5 - Strategic Objective FP7 activities i2010

3 3 Software Technologies Unit Mission Support European Industry to improve capabilities to produce quality software and services and to compete in future global markets Contribute to maintaining the excellence of research in Software & Services in European universities and research organizations Citizenswill enjoy advanced services for work and leisure Industrywill be capable of competing world-wide Europewill have better prospects to innovate, create jobs and contribute to the global service markets of the 21st century

4 4 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 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 economic challenges Demanding Demandingapplications FP 6 – IST Programme

5 5 What are the Research challenges? Trend to large, heterogeneous, distributed software systems leads to an increase in system complexity. Software and service productivity lags behind requirements. Increased complexity takes software developers further from stakeholders. Importance of interoperability, standardization and reuse of software increasing.

6 6 Plus: FP7 – ERA - Operational Management Open Source Call 5 Software & Services Projects & Technical content Industrial Initiative Expected Results FP7 text and budget Technology Platform  EU strategy for Software Services. SW/OSS Policy paper Core competence strategy Strong project portfolio  FP7 SSA on: Cluster & Dissemination ERA INCO Industrial Support Higher visibility and impact Projects Mngm.& concertation Software Technologies - Activity Plan 2005

7 7 Past FP5 Results Service Engineering End User Platform for LBS Method for Mobile applications Context sensitive Discovery and Orchestration Systems, Services, Software Composability Adaptability Component-based Software Engineering Modelling languages Free Open Source Software Best Practice Critical Mass FP6 WP Call 5 Service Engineering Simple Low cost Complex Systems Development/Evolution Deployment Management Fundamental Software Engineering Model driven development Aspect-oriented development Free Open Source Software Development, deployment, benchmarking of OSS, open source development models FP7 Concept Service-oriented Software Methods, tools New development approaches Design & Management of Complex Systems Integration of Pervasive and Network computing Integration with GRID and Security Global open source platforms FP6 WP Call 2 Open development platforms Present Future

8 8 Service Computing Software Engineering F/OSS Distributed and complex systems PYPY AOSD MODELWARE RODIN DeDISys ASG SECSE AMIGO CALIBRE EDOS GORDA InfraWebs WS2 MADAM SODIUM FP6 Projects - Overview Total of 18 projects and 73M€ funding => 12% of total PROMISE TOSSAD FLOSSWORLD

9 9 Complex Software Systems and Self-Properties Constituency building Brainstorm in Brussels and report Workshop in Florence and position papers Web consolidation and workshop report ISOLA IST conference Call 5 Mailing list Pre-Info day in Brussels Workshop and Info-Day in Brussels Core-competencies document: SoA Key technologies

10 10 FP 6 – IST Programme Call 1 Apr 03 Call 2 Oct 03 Call 3 Sept 04Call 4 Mar 05 Call 5 Sept B € 400 projects (2500 proposals)

11 11 Objectives To support the competitive position of European software industry (notably SMEs) in more globalised and service- oriented markets. This requires advanced capabilities in the engineering and management of software systems, services and applications and is to be addressed by creating and extending open and interoperable platforms, methodologies, middleware, standards and tools. The results will enable the design and management of complex software systems and, particularly, the simple and low-cost creation of new types of services and applications, including those for the mobile user.

12 12 Focal Points Service Engineering Software Engineering Research Complex Software Systems Open Source Software Support Actions

13 13 Service Engineering Research on the engineering, management and provision of services and software, incorporating ambient intelligence- based features such as dynamic composability and adaptability, context awareness, autonomy and semantic interoperability. IPs, NoEs, STREPs

14 14 Complex software systems Principles, methodologies and tools for design, management and simulation of complex software systems, viewing the user as part of the system. IPs, STREPS

15 15 Software engineering research Foundational and applied research to enable the creation of software systems with properties such as self-adaptability, flexibility, robustness, dependability and evolvability. Emphasis should be on high level methods and concepts (especially at requirements and architectural level) for system design, development and integration, testing, light/agile methodologies, collaborative and distributed development; end-user development. NoEs, STREPs

16 16 Open Source Software Research into technologies specifically supporting the development, deployment, evolution and benchmarking of open source software. Investigation into the use of open source models for improving software engineering. This investigation should be based on agreed indicators of productivity and quality and result in a measurement of the economic impact of OSS. IPs, STREPs

17 17 Support Actions Support actions contributing to the achievement of this strategic objective or, in particular, studying the evolution of the software industry into service- based organisations and identifying strategies, and technological roadmaps: These actions should help reduce fragmentation of research effort SSAs, CAs

18 18 Workprogramme Workprogramme Call 5 Call Published :17 May 2005 Call Closes : 21 September 2005 S.O. Indicative Budget : 67 M€ Priority to strong industrial users working with service providers and with academic support.

19 19 Call 5 Preparation – D3 AprMayJunJulSepOct INFO Day Probable proposals and experts Availability. Conflict of Interest Appointment letters Call 5 closes Allocation experts to proposals Evalua- tion

20 20 FP7 Debate Software Services Grid Semantics Security Utility Computing Workshop 22 nd June 2005

21 21 For Further Information Web Site:http://www.cordis.lu/ist/so/sw-platforms/home.html Call Coordinator: Service Engineering: Charles Macmillan Software Engineering:Pascal Drabik Complex Software Systems and Self Properties: José-Luis Fernández-Villacañas Martín Free / Open Source Software: Dirk van Rooy Support ActionsEnrica Chiozza


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