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HORIZON 2020 The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective Societies Albert GAUTHIER DG Connect Unit G2 Luxembourg
Why are we there ? To reply to two questions: 1 What should be the impact of the proposal topics? 2 Who should be the target audience of the project results?
How will we process? A short presentation of the 4 topics focusing on the impact. Creation of 4 groups, if possible you stay with the chosen group for the entire session. Your suggestion on sticky cards. For each groups one or two experts will help you and cluster your proposals.
Experts Reflective 7 Prof. Neil Forbes and Ms Antonella Fresa Reflective 5 Prof. Margaret Kelleher Reflective 9 Prof. Sean Ryder Reflective 4 Prof. Piotr Wci Lik
Some constraints…. The programme is fixed until the end of To better understand the impact. So important for the evaluation.
REFLECTIVE Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets
Accessibility Virtual Museum Physical accessibility Catacombs (ROVINA projects) 3D & Cultural Heritage
9 ICT 22 – R&I action (a) a)RESEARCH ON COST-EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED 3D MODELLING TO ENHANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF CULTURAL HERITAGE – Research and Innovation actions. Target: New methods and tools for automated 3D modelling and analysis of physical cultural resources and assets beyond simple digital reconstruction. High- fidelity models of objects (surface; transparency; dimensions etc.) H Reflective 7 a
10 ICT 22 – R&I action (a) a)RESEARCH ON COST-EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED 3D MODELLING TO ENHANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF CULTURAL HERITAGE – Research and Innovation actions. Potential areas: o consolidation of imperfect data, o spatio-temporal analysis, o modelling/simulation of material degradation, o joint reconstruction within and across collections, o semantic-aware representation H Reflective 7 a
11 ICT 22 – R&I action (a) a)RESEARCH ON COST-EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED 3D MODELLING TO ENHANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF CULTURAL HERITAGE – Research and Innovation actions. Work should facilitate: Creation of high-fidelity models of challenging features (transparency, size…) This should be validated by testbeds with regards to the practical application and analytic potential of the new models for research, interpretation, scholarship and innovation in curation and dissemination. This should lead to a better understanding of European tangible cultural assets by researchers and citizens. H Reflective 7 a
12 ICT 22 – R&I action (a) b) DEVISE STANDARD FORMATS FOR THE SEMANTIC-AWARE 3D MODELLING OF EUROPE'S CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR RESEARCHERS AND PRACTITIONERS – Coordination and Support actions. Target: Extend or develop standard formats of 3D semantic-aware objects with a view to improve their archiving and reusability. The proposed formats should enable easy exchange and use of 3D models that have been acquired or generated by a wide range of devices or software. H2020 Reflective 7 b
13 ICT 22 – R&I action (a) H Reflective 7 Budget: 14 M€ (a+b) with a max of 2M€ for b. a) Research and Innovation actions. b) Coordination and Support actions. CALENDAR Reflective 7: 3D Publication date: 11/12/2013 Deadline: 30/09/2014 at 17:00 Brussels time
14 Expected impact: The research under this topic will provide new benefits to researchers through the development of cost efficient tools and effective methods for the modelling and understanding of Europe's cultural heritage. It will also promote interoperable standard formats for semantic-aware 3D modelling, analysis, and representation of cultural heritage in order to allow easy distribution, publishing and reuse of such models, which in turn will ensure sustainable cross-sector collaborative work in both development and research in future. REFLECTIVE : Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets
15 Expected impact: Research under this topic will significantly deepen knowledge on the – sometimes contradictory – local, national and European aspects of the cultural heritage of wars and other major armed conflicts. It will provide innovative ways, networks, tools and policy advice on how to maintain and preserve this rich and diverse element of the European cultural heritage and how to promote it further in communication, education and tourism at the level of the whole EU. It is expected that these activities will create a lasting dynamic in this specific field of European cultural heritage by putting into place new networks of researchers, local communities, education providers and specialists of heritage preservation and tourism. The research will also provide genuine and innovative policy recommendations concerning the valorisation, in an inclusive European perspective, of this difficult but fundamental cultural heritage of contemporary Europe. Strong emphasis will be put on the development of new inter-institutional initiatives and high quality new education tools and material that reinterpret cultural heritage and allow the development of new shared cultural perspectives in Europe. 22 – R&I action (a) REFLECTIVE : The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe
16 22 – R&I action (a) REFLECTIVE : Social Platform on Reflective Societies This social platform will support the European Commission in the definition of an innovative and focused research agenda on the reflective societies in Europe, highlighting fundamental research issues and key policy questions in this context. Through research and networking among researchers, stakeholders and policy-makers, this it will advance the knowledge base that underpins the formulation and implementation of relevant policies and practices in Europe. It will thus also contribute to the development of the European Research Area in this domain.
17 22 – R&I action (a) Expected impact: The research will have multiple impacts. Firstly, the developed register of these collections will contribute to their better promotion as an important testimony to anti-communist opposition in Europe and will foster cooperation among institutions holding them. Secondly, a set of recommendations based on such research findings will propose methods for a preservation of these, future cultural heritage, objects and will give guidance on the role of the European Union in this respect. The findings from the analysis of country-specific anti-communist cultural movements will, among others, be of use for pedagogical processes. Finally, the guidance on how the collections and the results of the analytical part of the research should be used will focus on raising awareness and preserving memories in the EU on lessons learned from the socialist past of today’s and potential future EU members. REFLECTIVE : Cultural opposition in the former socialist countries
18 22 – R&I action (a) REFLECTIVE : Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets. Budget 14 M€Nb projects: 5-7 REFLECTIVE : The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe. Budget +/- 4M€Nb projects: 2 REFLECTIVE : Social Platform on Reflective Societies. Budget 1 M€Nb project: 1 REFLECTIVE : Cultural opposition in the former socialist countries. Budget +/- 4M€Nb projects: 2