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Security Research Conference 2010 Horizon 2020: The next steps… Prof JL Gala Colonel,MD, PhD Center for Applied Molecular Technologies Université catholique.

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1 Security Research Conference 2010 Horizon 2020: The next steps… Prof JL Gala Colonel,MD, PhD Center for Applied Molecular Technologies Université catholique de Louvain & BE-MoD

2 Messages from Day 1 Opening session Where do we stand today with Security Research (...FP7) ? Parallel sessions –Maritime security and needs from R&D –Standardisation –CBRN

3 Messages from Day 2 After Lisbon : the continuum of internal and external security Security as a prerequisite for prosperity Parallel sessions –Cybersecurity –Transport security –Critical infrastructures including energy –Societal Security Needs of Security Research is evolving: the view of the stakeholders Horizon 2020: the next steps

4 Lisbon Treaty CSDP-EU Shared needs (internal & external) –Peace Keeping Missions: Mil – Civ Cooperation –Natural disasters (earthquake, floodings...) –Terrorism (CBRNE threats): Mil – Civ Cooperation –Organized crime - Cybercriminality (Cryptography) Shared means (expertise, knowledge, resources, capabilities) –Financial constraints –Resilience Global threats – No isolated answer

5 SMEs What can be exploited ? Humanitarian crisis issues External Action Service Political Medical Societal Ethical What are the Gaps ? End-users needs ? - Societal needs ? Security Research Major Impact Academia States Innovation New Capabilities

6 Fields of Research & Competitivity Basic Research / Fundamental Research Applied Research / Translational Research Directed / Targeted Research Investigator-Initiated Research Competitivity requires - Homogenous and fair balance ! - Interoperability End users

7 Highly competitive new Tools & Technologies Multidisciplinarity - Networking Research in Security: Impact on Market size Innovation - Multiuser applications EU Standardisation - certification Demonstration - Validation Patents - SMEs End users Security Industrial Policy

8 Basic Research From Sec-R&D the applications A top down approach Applied Research SMEs – PPPartnership End users Societal needs Global vision Stategy Stategic continuum (ESRIF, EU2020…) Education & training Intellectual Property Rights

9 The bottom up approach Integrated Mission Group for Security (IMG-S) Industry, SMEs, RTOS and Academia From 18 member states A network of 201 security domain experts Goal: Efficiency - Excellence

10 10 Open and free platform Open and free platform for dialog between stakeholders in European security research (EC Framework Programme, EU and national research programmes primarily) Security Research Roadmap (SRR) The vehicle for this dialog is a Security Research Roadmap (SRR) produced by IMG-S Purpose and objectives of IMG-S

11 Security Research Roadmap Pilot version July 2010

12 Pierre-Alain Fonteyne, Center of Applied Molecular Technologies Université catholique de Louvain (BE) Håkan Enquist SAAB / University of Gothenburg (SE) – IMGS-SRR Hard copy Security Research Roadmap

13 Market Size (e.g. CBRN - Biosensors) Fragmented national markets Research in Security: Threats Overlapping R&D Projects Competitivity outside EU Multiuser applications / Dual use EU – Defence – ESA synergies EU market Synergies EFC [ESA,EDA, EU] Administrative workload - bureaucracy Clusters, consortium Vision and global strategy Better R&D integration Support to innovation Speed of technological evolution Training, mobility

14 CTMA: Example of full on site integration « Academic - Military - Industrial » Interface EU Academic Networks Spin OFF Bio threats Biomedical EU Defense Agency NATO networks Academic hospital & university support Support to industries CTMA DLD-Bio Regional / federal R&D projects Brussel Life Sciences Incubator (BLSI) EU Space Agency Foreign Military Partners Support from industries Integrated Mission Group in Security (IMG-S) Belgian Academic Partners Foreign Academic Partners EFC

15 Integrated deliverable for crisis situation: Fieldable technologies DNA Perspectives: Local outbreak quick Dx & Containment BE, EU (ECDC), WHO Technological incubators End-users Concept & Developement

16 MERCATOR VESALE JUSTE LIPSE ERASME Thanks for your attention Open to the world….


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