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1 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20001 Strategic Planning of Technological Change: ETH World Gerhard Schmitt Vice President Planning and Logistics ETH Zürich

2 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20002 Content Facts Strategic Priorities Strategic Infrastructure Planning Concept The Rationale behind ETH World Sustainability of Technological Innovation Outlook

3 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20003 Abstract The ETH Zürich has embarked on its new strategic planning initiative. It formulates its priorities as four strategic success positions (SEP): Computational Science, Life Science and Medical Engineering, Information Science and Entrepreneurial Science. The directions evolved from interdisciplinary research themes defined by the departments. With this first set of themes, ETH Zürich intends to provide contributions in research and teaching for the information society that are as significant as those it delivered for the industrial society. An important precondition for the success of the directions is a new infostructure - the combination of physical and information infrastructure - for the entire ETH community. The project to realize this direction is named ETH World.

4 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20004 ETH Zürich - the facts 330 professors, 6000 staff and 12000 students (2200 of those Ph.D. students) 680000 m2 of space in 170 buildings on two main campuses: ETH Zentrum in the city center of Zürich and ETH Hönggerberg ETH Zürich invested 260000000 Swiss Francs in its physical infrastructure in 1999, more than 25% of its global budget ETH Zürichs web site is the most visited academic site in Switzerland ETH World is the life long provider for alumni, faculty and staff

5 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20005 Departments and Scientific areas of ETH Zürich: Students in the year 2000

6 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20006 Disciplines: Students and total funding (incl. third party) in the year 2000

7 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20007 Development of ETH Zürich since 1855: Students

8 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20008 Strategic Priorities in addition to existing priorities: –Computational Science –Life Sciences and Medical Engineering –Information Science –Entrepreneurial Science

9 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 20009 SEPs and Projects Computational Science Information Science Life Science and Medical Engineering Entrepreneurial Science

10 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200010 SEPs and Projects Computational Science Information Science Life Science and Medical Engineering Entrepreneurial Science Universität St. Gallen Università de la Svizzera Italiana EPF Lausanne Deutsche Universitäten Universität Zürich Österreichische Universitäten Amerikanische Universitäten

11 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200011 Strategic Planning at ETH Strategic planning at ETH Zürich is a cyclical process every four years. Participants are the ETH departments, the university leadership and the board of the ETH system, the ETH-Rat. Each partner of this process receives input from the others. The final product is the Strategic Plan of the ETH-Rat and the Mehrjahresplan (four year plan) of the ETH for the same period. The Mehrjahresplan is binding, as all participants have agreed on its content. Both the Strategic plan and the Mehrjahresplan form the framework for the yearly "Leistungsvereinbarungen" between the ETH-Rat and the ETH and a four year "Leistungsauftrag" from the government to the ETH-Rat.

12 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200012 The ETH Zürich planning concept

13 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200013 A Possibility: ETH Zürich in 2005 ETH has two campuses + a new infostructure: ETH Zentrum, ETH Hönggerberg, ETH World ETH World is a digital research, teaching, infrastructure and communication area for ETH members and 40000 ETH alumni ETH World has learning, research, and service channels ETH World develops communication, distance research, teaching and learning devices ETH World has an independent business division

14 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200014 ETH Zentrum ETH Zentrum is a project to strengthen the scientific and cultural presence along the Universitätsstrasse in the center of Zürich. The goal is to renovate and improve the buildings for high-tech teaching and learning and at the same time to allow the public access to the collections of general interest located in those buildings. From the outside, the university mile will appear as a unit of higher education and its beneficial results to the city in terms of communication and collaboration

15 Bereich Planung GS MS Innenhof CHN Eingangshof CAB Eingangshof HGExample: Lichthof UniZ ETHZ Zentrum

16 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200016 ETH Campus ETH Campus describes the completion of a high-tech environment in a recreational area outside Zürich. After the completion of a new 81'000 m 2 chemistry and material science building in 2005, half of ETHs 12'000 students will be working on the new campus. It is a leading facility in chemistry, material sciences, biotechnology, high energy physics and building sciences. Collaboration with ETH Zentrum is crucial.

17 Piazza Bau- und Betriebszentrum 1999 Bio-Halle 1999+ Hochfeld-NMR 2000Hoflabor 2003 VA Wasserbau 2004+ 2. Phase 3.ABE 2004 Mensa Chemie Physikrestaurant Dienstleistungsgebäude mit Buchladen, Papeterie Bistro, Convenience Store Café Bau Baumensa Dozentenfoyer Bibliothek Chemie/Werkstoffe Baubibliothek Bushaltestelle Bibliothek Physik Hochschulsport ETHZ Campus

18 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200018 ETHZ World Global Activities

19 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200019 ETH World ETH World is the project to create a complete infostructure under the working title of a third, virtual ETH campus. It benefits from and builds on the existence of (augments) the two physical campuses. It supports distance research, distance teaching and distance learning, but its goal is not to turn ETH Zürich into a Fernuniversität. It provides the framework for the creation of a new university model. In its defined context, it will enable internal and ETH external students and researchers to participate in all relevant activities at ETH Zürich.

20 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200020 ETH World Rationale The rationale behind ETH World is to strengthen the position of ETH and the ETH community in the competitive global research and education area. The most prominent features of ETH World are: An infostructure allowing the integration of research, learning and teaching, and services. A third and virtual Campus in the sense that virtual elements complement and augment the physical infrastructure of ETH A necessary environment to strengthen the existing disciplines A necessary environment to make ETH Zürich an attractive campus in the information age and to encourage interconnection rather than isolation through project based learning and research A precondition for the successful development of the strategic directions of Computational Sciences, Life Sciences and Medical Engineering, Information Sciences and Entrepreneurial Sciences

21 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200021 Bereich Planung GS MS Available 24 hours, 365 days International Cooperation (Credits) Newest generation education: structured and open learning ETHZ World Teaching Distance Learning

22 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200022 Bereich Planung GS MS World wide participation in ETH practica World wide participation in ETH research Highest Performance Simulation at ETH Zürich Global availability of results to those who have access rights ETH World Research Distance Investigation

23 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200023 Bereich Planung GS MS Planning, design and implementation of new teaching and research methods Development of new teaching and research areas Development of new working environments ETH World Design Leadership in Planning

24 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200024 Bereich Planung GS MS Planning of infrastructure is no longer restricted to physical structures Augmentation of physical teaching and research environments with virtual environments Less use of physical space, but highest quality in architecture, technology and ergonomics Information technology as bridge between the physical and the virtual world ETH World Space Physical and virtual working environments

25 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200025 ETH World - Definition ETH World is an infostructure project to strengthen research, teaching, learning, and services through improved access and collaboration. It is an augmentation to the established disciplines, activities and physical buildings that ETH Zürich is known for. It is part of ETH Zürich and therefore integrated into its academic planning, infrastructure, and financing processes. It is open to contributions from the outside and integrated in its national and international context.

26 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200026 ETH World Worlds ETH World ETH Learning, Teaching, Research, Service World ETH Student World ETH Assistant World ETH Professor World ETH Department Head World ETH Administration World ETH Alumni World

27 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200027 Graduating from ETH Zürich and industry development

28 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200028 Reasons for ETH World: Infrastructure costs

29 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200029 Kommunikationsinfrastruktur Reasons for ETH World: Development of data transfer Source: SWITCH 1999

30 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200030 Reasons for ETH World: Predicted population of the ETH community

31 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200031 Target Groups ·Today's ETH students, staff, and faculty, named ETH community ·Today's ETH students and faculty temporarily outside of ETH Zürich: on exchange programs, sabbaticals, or study leaves ·ETH participants in continuing education ·ETH alumni - present and future alumni ·Faculty, students and researchers from outside (restricted) ·People interested in life long learning (restricted)

32 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200032 Reasons for ETH World Instrument for the recruiting of the best faculty, students and staff Digital work space for alumni students, staff, and professors Sustainable use of invested resources: virtual expansion A platform for academic discourse and technology transfer

33 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200033 Reasons against ETH World Missing know-how: no precedents Need may not be obvious at the beginning, broad support may be lacking (conditions are excellent already) Target groups: difficult to define and constantly growing Costs: may lead to priority discussions within ETH Zürich Credits: without a working credit system, possible problems in acceptance at other universities Why: ETH Zürich has reached its present status without ETH World When: possibly too early, mistakes will occur

34 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200034 Goals and Milestones 2000International competition for the design of ETH World infostructure 2000Begin of phase 1 ETH World pioneer projects 2000Planning of prototype wireless learning and working environment 2000Launch of phase 2 ETH World projects after broad consultation of the ETH community

35 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200035 Sustainability of technological innovation A project of the size of ETH World needs a sustainable funding base. It is an infrastructure project that will also help to reduce long-term facility costs through reduced traffic between the physical locations of ETH and will lead to a vastly improved use of existing facilities. The funding does and will therefore primarily originate from the infrastructure budget of the university. The project is evaluated each year and the funding allocated accordingly. After 3 years, there will be a major review. After 6 years, the project will either end or become an integral part of ETH's organization.

36 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200036 Organization Aufbauorganisation Spring 2000

37 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200037 Financing ·If at all possible, the costs for the coming three years should not be deducted from the core business budget of ETH Zürich - Research and Teaching, but from the: ·Gains from deregulation in electricity supply ·Gains from deregulation in communication supply ·Building construction budget

38 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200038 National Context budgeted starting 2000 > 30 Mio ·Campus Virtuel Suisse 20 Projects, 15 Mio, Teaching ·ETH-Rat NTIC: 5 Projects, 4 Mio, CV-CH 3 Projects, 2 Mio, Teaching ·EPFL EPFL en ligne: ? Projects, ? Mio, Teaching. New: EPFL.com ·UNIZ ? Projects, >5 Mio, Teaching and pedagogy ·ETHZ NET: 1 Mio, Neue Lehrprojekte: 3 Mio, CV-CH, IDEA League, UNITECH, Teaching

39 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200039 International Context Selection ·Berkeley, Harvard, Stanford, MIT ·Germany (selection) ·Virtuelle Hochschule Baden-Württemberg ·Virtuelle Hochschule Bayern ·Virtuelle Hochschule Nordrhein-Westfalen ·"Szenario: Die Universität im Jahre 2005 (Germany)

40 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200040 Probable consequences ·Re-definition of the status and need for research facilities ·Re-definition of the status and need for teaching facilities ·Changes in the role of the computing services

41 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200041 Precedents @ ETH Selection ·Phase(X) ·fake.space ·Multiplying Time ·More than 2000 Students participated

42 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200042 Design Teaching: Phase(X)

43 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200043 Design Teaching: Phase(X)

44 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200044 Collaborative Learning: Phase(X) Phase(X) 2

45 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200045 Phase(X) 2

46 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200046 A Virtual Design Studio: Multiplying Time

47 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200047 The Delft Experiment

48 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200048 fake.space

49 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200049 ETH World Team

50 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200050 ETH World Team

51 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200051 ETH World Team

52 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200052 ETH World Team

53 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200053 ETH World Team

54 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200054 ETH World Team

55 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200055 ETH World Team

56 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200056 ETH World Team

57 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200057 ETH World Team

58 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200058 ETH World Team

59 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200059 ETH World Team

60 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200060 ETH World Team

61 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200061 ETH World Team

62 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200062 ETH World Team

63 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200063 ETH World Team

64 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200064 ETH World competition Start: April 28, 2000 A masterplan for the infostructure of a virtual campus A two stage competition, open to ETH members and world wide to reach higher levels of integration between –Research, learning and teaching, services and infrastructure –The physical and the virtual world –The inside and the outside

65 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200065 A competition

66 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200066 The Projects in 2000 Infostructure projects I: visual data base access, vireal environments, alumni and industry portals, telepresence A wireless local area network (WLAN) to provide access to mobile computing for ETH members Infostructure projects II: based on the need of the ETH research and teaching community. Survey to be launched in June 2000

67 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200067 The Projects in 2001 Infostructure projects II: Focussed on the direct needs of ETH world as result of the competition NEPTUN

68 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200068 ETH World Outlook Technical Base for the strategic positions of ETH Zürich

69 ETH Zürich Planung und Logistik Innovation and Sustainability, Karlsruhe, October 18-19, 200069 Conclusions ETH World is an instrument to develop a more advanced research, learning and service environment. But as all instruments, it will eventually change the processes it was designed to support. It will therefore be a critical contribution towards a new university model. Collaboration in virtual and physical space as reason and base for future expansion ETH World is the technical Base for the strategic positions of ETH Zürich A base for the New Scientist A base for the Informed Citizen


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