Presentation on theme: "IST in FP6 IST in the Framework Programme, and in the Specific Programmes."— Presentation transcript:
IST in FP6 IST in the Framework Programme, and in the Specific Programmes
Outline of presentation FP6 overview FP6 overview IST rationale and context IST rationale and context Elements of IST in FP6 Elements of IST in FP6 FP6 instruments FP6 instruments FP6 budget FP6 budget
The timetable for FP6 21 February 2001: Commission proposal to Council and Parliament 3 March 2001: Presentation to informal Council meeting in Uppsala April 2001: Starting the IST consultation process 30 May 2001: Commission proposal on Specific Programmes 26 June 2001: Research Council July 2001: Parliament ’s first reading of FP6 July 2001: Commission proposal on participation rules Oct/Dec 2001: Research council position March 2002: Parliament second reading Spring 2002: Conciliation procedure June 2002: Final adoption
Commission proposal for FP6
Commission proposal for the SP ( ) SP: JRC
Main IST related parts of FP6
IST: a key component of EU policy The Union has set an objective for the next decade … Lisbon council: The Union has set an objective for the next decade … Lisbon council: –“To become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge- based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth 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 IST providing the key technologies … for knowledge creation, sharing and exploitation IST providing the key technologies … for knowledge creation, sharing and exploitation
IST: The “global race” to knowledge The US invests 3 times more on RTD in IST The US invests 3 times more on RTD in IST –52% of RTD effort in IST in OECD countries is in the US –Only 17% in Europe (22% in Japan) Public investment in the EU is 50% of the US effort Public investment in the EU is 50% of the US effort –And the gap is widening The EU effort is fragmented The EU effort is fragmented –Critical mass is rarely reached in the Member States … and IST’s have shorter and shorter life cycles... … and IST’s have shorter and shorter life cycles...
A broader IST picture USA EU … in terms of markets … in terms of research efforts
Europe can react......well positioned...well positioned –to take advantage of future development –well positioned in new emerging fields/markets (post PC..) can build on strengths can build on strengths –in Mobile and Wireless, embedded software, consumer electronics, rich content and service provisioning EU RTD in IST provides a unique opportunity EU RTD in IST provides a unique opportunity –to aggregate fragmented effort –build consensus and provide a “global approach”
Strategy Focus Focus Critical mass Critical mass Building on Europe strength Building on Europe strength Flexibility Flexibility Speed in implementation Speed in implementation
IST in FP6: key elements Policy framework: Lisbon conclusions Policy framework: Lisbon conclusions Vision Vision –“Ambient Intelligence” to provide natural and “enjoyable” interactions with IST applications and services Objectives Objectives –Strengthen European competitiveness and technology base –Build the information and knowledge society for ALL Scope Scope –Core technology and pull-through applications Challenges Challenges –Bring the users, “people”, to the foreground (the “centre of our attention”) –and build for the background (almost invisible) technologies which are trustful and embedded in every day objects
“Ambient Intelligence” tomorrow “Our surrounding” is the interface Personalised and for all users Technology is almost invisible Use all senses, intuitive Infinite bandwidth and performance Mobile/Wireless full multimedia services Wide adoption of eHealth, elearning,.. Laid-back mode of interaction Context-based knowledge handling > 70% of world wide population on line The way forward: “All inclusive Knowledge Society” IST today PC based …………………………………. Driven by professional use ………………. “Keyboard and screen” ………….……….. “Writing and reading”…………..…..…….. Low bandwidth………………….………... Mobile telephony (voice)………...….……. e-Services are just emerging………………. Steep usage learning curve……….……….. “Word” based information search…………. Only 5% of global population on-line ……..
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 & Confidence IST for societal challenges IST for economic challenges Demanding Demandingapplications Specific Generic integration Building blocks Security, privacy IPRs, dependability, Smart cards,... E and m business, e and m work, learning GRIDS for science, engineering business and society Health, eInclusion, mobility, environment, safety, cultural heritage Mobile: beyond 3G Fixed: all optical Integrated (IPv6) Adaptive Reliable Embedded Distributed Adaptable CMOS: the limit System on Chip Nano scale New material Multi-disciplines New Sensing Networked New material Nano- scale Context and Semantic based Agent based Scaleable All senses Multilingual Intuitive ‘ Surrounding ’
Other IST activities in FP6 Exploring future visions and paradigms Exploring future visions and paradigms –Anticipation of S&T needs –“Parts” of current FET Support to eEurope Support to eEurope –Anticipation of policy needs Building Research Infrastructures Building Research Infrastructures –Research Networks –access to RTD facilities Enhancing the impact Enhancing the impact –Innovation and support to SMEs Extending global co-operation Extending global co-operation Fighting the skills gap Fighting the skills gap – mobility of researchers...
FP6 Instruments for priority areas Three instruments: Three instruments: –Networks of Excellence –Integrated Projects –Article 169
Instruments for « priority » areas (1) Networks of Excellence (in the SP) Networks of Excellence (in the SP) –Common programme of activities –Large autonomy, including possibility given to the participants to launch call for participation –Several MEuro/year –Selection by calls for proposals –Support to researchers from other countries via mobility instruments –Participants: Universities, research labs, industrial labsUniversities, research labs, industrial labs Special measures for SMEsSpecial measures for SMEs
Instruments for « priority » areas Integrated projects (in the SP) Integrated projects (in the SP) –From several MEuro to tens of MEuro –Selection on a call for proposal basis –Large autonomy given to participants, including possibility to launch calls for participation –Is often a collection of tasks into one project –“Subsequent calls for additional proposals/tasks” by Commission –Global funding involving public and private funding –Participation: Support industry-academia collaborationSupport industry-academia collaboration Encourage participation of SMEsEncourage participation of SMEs
Instruments: for « priority » areas (3) Article 169 Article 169 –In FP6 defined priorities support to national programmes jointly executed according to article 169 –Joint or co-ordinated calls for proposals –EC funding used to support jointly executed programmes
Instruments / activities for anticipating & strengthening RTD supporting policies, RTD supporting new S&T areas RTD supporting policies, RTD supporting new S&T areas –Targeted Projects (“smaller” than IP) –Networking of Member State research activities –Focused Calls with annual workprogrammes Support to SMEs Support to SMEs –Collective.. (SMEs’ Associations +Research Centers) –Cooperative.. ( >2 SMEs + research centers) Support to specific International Cooperation activities Support to specific International Cooperation activities –EU’s foreign policy and development aid policy “Strengthening…” “Strengthening…” –Grants : to co-ordination of RTD –Grants : for development of coherent policy
Instruments/activities for « structuring» “Structuring…” “Structuring…” –Grants : support to interactions in research & innovation –Fellowships : supporting human resources development –Grants : to prepare & develop of Research Infrastructures –Grants : for harmonisation of science & society
Main areas of proposed FP6 Budget Integrating Research Integrating Research –Genomics 2,000 Beuro –IST3,600 Beuro –Nanotechnologies, etc. 1,300 Beuro –Aeronautics and space1,000 Beuro –Food safety0,600 Beuro –Sustainable development1,700 Beuro –Citizens in knowledge 0,225 Beuro –Anticipation of S&T needs2,345 Beuro Structuring ERA Structuring ERA –Research and Innovation0,300 Beuro –Human resources1,800 Beuro –Research Infrastructures0,900 Beuro –Science/Society0,050 BEuro Reinforcing ERA basis Reinforcing ERA basis –Support to co-ordination0,400 Beuro –Support to policy dev.0,050 BEuro 12,770 3, ,270
IST in FP6 Introduction for Consultation Meetings Series slide #5 Commission proposal for FP6 Budgets for the Specific Programmes Integrating & strengthening Integrating & strengthening –Genomics 2,000 Beuro –IST3,600 Beuro –Nanotechnologies, etc. 1,300 Beuro –Aeronautics and space1,000 Beuro –Food safety0,600 Beuro –Sustainable development1,700 Beuro –Citizens in knowledge 0,225 Beuro –Anticipation of S&T needs SMEs0,450 BeuroSMEs0,450 Beuro InCo0,300 BeuroInCo0,300 Beuro Policies and Frontier0,880 BeuroPolicies and Frontier0,880 Beuro –Reinforcing ERA basis0,450 Beuro Structuring ERA Structuring ERA –Research and Innovation0,300 Beuro –Human resources1,800 Beuro –Research Infrastructures0,900 Beuro –Science/Society0,050 BEuro 12,505 3,050 0, 730