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1 Project kick-off meeting 6-7 September 2010 Berlin Grant Agreement n° Project Overview Overall objectives & approach Nikos Karacapilidis, CTI

2 2 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Project summary: the first cloud

3 3 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview The goal What –facilitate and augment collaboration and decision making in data-intensive and cognitively-complex settings How –by exploiting and building on the most prominent high-performance computing paradigms and large data processing technologies to meaningfully search, analyze and aggregate data existing in diverse,extremely large, and rapidly evolving sources

4 4 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Man vs Machine approach

5 5 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Synergy of machine & human reasoning Scalable High-Performance Data Mining Collaboration Support Decision Making Support make decisions build consensus make sense innovate collaborate data search data acqui- sition data mining text mining opinion mining WWW crawling

6 6 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Some numbers Partners: 8 Project duration: 36 months Total budget: 3,510,000 Funding: 2,600,000 Total PMs: 413 Milestones: 11 Deliverables: 42

7 7 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview The Dicode consortium

8 8 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview The Dicode consortium (cont.)

9 9 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview The proposed architecture

10 10 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview S&T objectives and projects milestones O-1: Fully understand the current practices and needs of diverse communities and organizations 1 O-2: Provide a suite of innovative and interoperable services 2 O-3: Provide innovative work methodologies 3 O-4: Ensure usability and acceptability of the Dicode services and work methodologies 4 M1 - month 2 Overall Project Framework Setup M2 - month 6 Requirements & Specifications 1 M3 - month 12 Dicode Services I M4 - month 15 Integrated Suite of Services I 2,3 2 M5 - month 18 Trials Evaluation Report I 4 M6 - month 19 Exploitation & Dissemination Plan 4 M7 - month 21 Revised Specifications 1 M8 - month 24 Dicode Services II 2 M9 - month 28 Integrated Suite of Services II 2,3 M10 - month 32 Trials Evaluation Report II 4 M11 - month 36 Final Dicode Report 1,2, 3,4

11 11 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Overall strategy Evolutionary approach –Throughout the project, stakeholders will be actively engaged in the specification, design and evaluation of the foreseen solutions; –An incremental development approach will be followed, thus ensuring that end users can experiment with the Dicode services from the early stages of the project (operational prototype versions of the foreseen services will be available at the end of the first year of the project; enhanced versions will be delivered in month 24; final versions will be ready in month 33); –User requirements will be refined through testing (involving users from all three use cases); –An operational integrated suite of services will be early available for trials and proof-of concept purposes, which is the best way to gather feedback in order to test our research hypotheses and appropriately refine the overall approach; –The existence of the above integrated suite of Dicode services early on in the project enables early exploitation and dissemination and ensures project sustainability.

12 12 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Overall strategy (cont.) Two main phases –Phase I (months 1-18), during which requirements and specifications are produced, operational versions of the Dicode services are developed and integrated, innovative work methodologies are sketched, and feedback from the first validation and assessment of the Dicode outcomes is collected; –Phase II (months 19-36), where specifications and the overall conceptual framework is revised, Dicode services and integrated suite offer advanced capabilities, work methodologies turn to best practices and innovative work guidelines, Dicode outcomes continue to be thoroughly tested, while the final evaluation via use cases and the overall projects evaluation take place. Exploitation activities take place throughout the projects duration Being committed to an open source approach, the project makes significant impact and delivers re-usable results on many different levels of intelligent information management.

13 13 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview WPs architecture WP1: Project Management CTI WP7: Dissemination & Exploitation NEO WP2: Requirements Gathering and System Specifications UOL WP4: Data-Intensive Collaboration & Decision Support Services WP4: Data-Intensive Collaboration & Decision Support Services CTI WP5: Integrated Services & Innovative Work Methodologies WP5: Integrated Services & Innovative Work Methodologies UPM WP3: Voluminous & Complex Data Mining Services WP3: Voluminous & Complex Data Mining Services FHG WP6: Validation & Assessment BRF Use case 1 Use case 2 BRF IMA Use case 3 PUB

14 14 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview List of WPs

15 15 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Our vision High-performance data mining Data mining on unstructured & multi-faceted data Collaboration & decision making support Dicode

16 16 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Use cases Carefully chosen to: –address clearly established problems, widely recognized in industry and academia; –cover the full range of features and functionalities of the project, while representing alternative collaboration and decision making paradigms Case #1: Clinico-Genomic Research Assimilator –Responsible partner: BRF Case #2: Trial of Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment –Responsible partner: IMA Case #3: Opinion mining from Unstructured Web 2.0 Data –Responsible partner: PUB

17 17 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Management structure Project Coordinator (PCO) Project Management Board (PMB) Technical Development Committee (TDC) Validation & Exploitation Committee (VEC) WP2 leaderWP3 leaderW4 leaderW5 leaderW6 leaderW7 leaderIMAPUB Steering Committee (SC) General Assembly (GA) Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)

18 18 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Project coordination PCO: Nikos Karacapilidis, CTI Deputy PCO: Stefan Rüping, FHG WP Leaders Project CTI –Nena Karagianni: day-to-day project administration –Eleni Anisiou: financial administration

19 19 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Management bodies Project Management Board (PMB) –PCO (Nikos Karacapilidis - CTI), Michael May (FHG), Vania Dimitrova (UOL), Victor Maojo (UPM), Isabel Drost (NEO) Technical Development Committee (TDC) –Manolis Tzagarakis (CTI), Gerhard Paaß (FHG), Dicode Research Fellow (UOL), Guillermo de la Calle Velasco (UPM), Isabel Drost (NEO) Validation and Exploitation Committee (VEC) –Sophia Kossida (BRF), Scott Robinson (NEO), Duncan Russell (IMA), Ralf Löffler (PUB) Steering Committee (SC) –Nikos Karacapilidis (CTI – WP1 leader), Lydia Lau (UOL – WP2 leader), Stefan Rueping (FHG – WP3 leader), Manolis Tzagarakis (CTI – WP4 leader), Victor Maojo (UPM – WP5 leader), Holger Düwiger (NEO – WP7 leader), Duncan Russell (IMA), Sophia Kossida (BRF – WP6 leader) and Ralf Löffler (PUB) Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) –PCO (Nikos Karacapilidis - CTI), Michael May - FHG, Vania Dimitrova – UOL, Victor Maojo - UPM and three external advisors (not necessarily Europeans, to be defined within the first two months of the project) General Assembly (GA)

20 20 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Dissemination issues Dissemination and exploitation strategy –Particular exploitation targets and plans Public & private sector –Modern marketing and communication best practices Online & offline –Dissemination activities dedicated to relevant IT companies, workgroups and communities –Publicity of important Deliverables –Scientific dissemination activities –Typical dissemination activities –Participation to EC Events & concertation meetings

21 21 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview

22 22 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Dissemination issues (cont.)

23 23 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Success criteria Quality –scientific and technical achievements of the project with regard to the project objectives stated in the Technical Annex Effectiveness –corresponding use of resources per partner Impact –continued relevance with regard to programme objectives, technological advances, evolving market needs and trends All three are important

24 24 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Success criteria (cont.)

25 25 Kick-off meeting 6-7 Sept 2010 Project Overview Lets start the journey …


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