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1 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China Wolfgang Boch Head of Unit European Commission Architecture, of the next generation Grid Enabling application technologies Design and Development 1 Grid Technologiesand International Co-operation Grid Technologies and International Co-operation Second Workshop

2 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 2 OUTLINE EU Grid Research Strategy Objectives for International Co-operation EU Grid vision towards SOKU IST Call 5 results on Grid Research IST Call 6 on EU-China International Co-operation Conclusions

3 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 3 Grid Strategy towards the Lisbon Objectives Leadership Leadership Competitiveness Competitiveness Addressing standardization, regulation, … Addressing standardization, regulation, … Innovation framework Innovation framework Leveraging additional investments Leveraging additional investments Developing new methods, tools, systems and services Developing new methods, tools, systems and services Advance excellence and know-how Advance excellence and know-how Long-term and business-driven R&D Long-term and business-driven R&D Integration – structuring - standardisation Integration – structuring - standardisation Coordination of National Programmes Coordination of National Programmes Opening-up of National Programmes Opening-up of National Programmes International cooperation (CHINA, …) International cooperation (CHINA, …) Build critical mass Build critical mass Derive standardisation strategy Research & Development Technology Platform European Research Area

4 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 4 Networked European Software and Services Initiative launched in Brussels on 7 September Mission: Develop a visionary strategy for Software and Services driven by a common European Research Agenda where innovation and business strengths are reinforced A European Technology Platform for SW, Grids & e-Services

5 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 5 Objectives for International Co-operation in ICT Support economic growth and promotion of European ICT industry through Support economic growth and promotion of European ICT industry through Co-operation on technologies, addressing issues like interoperability & standardisation Promotion of EU compatible regulatory approaches with INCO countries Enable European researchers and industrialists to share knowledge, technology, expertise and skills with INCO countries: Enable European researchers and industrialists to share knowledge, technology, expertise and skills with INCO countries: Framework Programmes Address world-scale issues of an emerging global information and knowledge society: Address world-scale issues of an emerging global information and knowledge society: As identified in the World Summit on Information Society Prepare medium and long-term partnerships of mutual benefit in research and industry Prepare medium and long-term partnerships of mutual benefit in research and industry

6 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 6 Information Society Dialogues Addressing policy, regulatory and research aspects between EU and: Industrialized countries: USA, Japan Emerging economies: Brazil, China, India In future: Russia, South Africa Neighbourhood dialogues and regional co-operation : Euromed countries, Balkans, LAC, SEA ACP countries (in future)

7 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 7 Next Generation Grids End-user empowerment Life-support to business processes Societal behaviour (millions of self-organising nodes) Computational semantics, ontologies, meta-descriptions Pervasive virtual organisations Continuously changing requirements Grid services development environments Virtualization End-User Vision Software Vision Architectural Vision Simplification Abstraction Next Generation Grid(s) - European Grid Research , June 2003 Next Generation Grids Report 2003: Vision NGG1

8 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 8 A utility provides immediately useable services with established functionality, performance and dependability. Emphasis is on user needs and issues such as trust and security. Services are knowledge - assisted (semantic) to facilitate automation and advanced functionality. Knowledge technologies enable the delivery of high level services to the user. Service-Oriented Knowledge Utility (SOKU) The architecture comprises services which may be instantiated and assembled dynamically. Hence, the structure, behaviour and location of software is changing at run-time.

9 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 9 WP (Call 4 + Call 5) Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services EU funding: 71.3 M (tentative) Application Pull Technology Push Network-centric Grid Operating Systems Potential new fabric layer for future distributed systems and services Grid Foundations Architecture, design and development of technologies and systems for building the invisible Grid Grid-enabled Applications & Services for business and society Research, development, validation and take-up of generic environments and tools Applications e-business, e-health, e-gov, e-learning Environment Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services Application Sector 3 Application Sector 2 Application Sector n Application Sector 1

10 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 10 FP6 Grid Technologies Projects – Calls 2, 3, 5 Datamining Grid OntoGrid InteliGrid K-WF Grid CoreGRID six virtual laboratories UniGridsHPC4U Provenance NextGRID service architecture Akogrimo mobile services SIMDAT industrial simulations data, knowledge, semantics, mining KnowArc Chemomen tum A-WareSorma platforms, user environments Specific support actionIntegrated projectNetwork of excellenceSpecific targeted research project g-EclipseGrediaGridComp QosCosGrid Grid4all AssessGrid GridTrust trust, security Grid services, business models ArguGrid Grid GridEcon Nessi-Grid Challengers Degree BREIN agents & semantics XtreemOS Linux based Grid operating system supporting the NESSI ETP & Grid community BeinGrid business experiments EU Funding: 124 M Call 5 start: Summer 2006

11 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 11 International Co-operation on Grid Technologies – Target Country: China Objectives of Call 6 – SO Closing 25 April 2006 to develop strategic partnerships building on common priority areas and existing initiatives to explore new collaboration opportunities for the take-up of Grid-enabled applications by end-users promoting common developments of standards and building joint virtual laboratories involving research and industry

12 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 12 Proposals shall leverage and integrate existing initiatives in the focal areas in Europe and the target country Instruments: STREPs, SSAs, CAs Indicative budget: 5 M Call 6 SO International Co-operation on Grid Technologies – Target Country: China STREP SSA CA SSA STREP

13 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 13 Participation from China / Asia on Call 5 Grid Research Proposals 10 proposals received involved Chinese partners (4 IPs, 5 STREPs, 1 SSA) 3 proposals under negotiation involve Chinese partners: XtreemOS: Institute of Computing Technology – CAS; Red Flag Software BeinGrid: Beijing Hydraulic Research Institute GridComp: Tsinghua University 2 other proposals under negotiation also involve Asian partners: ArguGrid: Asian Institute of Technology – Thailand; Sorma:Sun Singapore

14 Information Society and Media Directorate-General – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Second workshop – 20 February 2006 – Shanghai, China 14 Further Info on Grid Research Brochure: Building Grids for Europe Brochure: Building Grids for Europe FP6 Grid Project Fact Sheets, FP5 Grid Project Achievements Expert Group Reports Expert Group Reports Next Generation Grid(s) – European Grid Research , 2003 Next Generation Grids 2 – Requirements and Options for European Grids Research 2005–2010 and beyond, August 2004 Next Generation Grids 3 – Grids and service oriented knowledge utilities: vision 2010 and beyond, publication expected February and more:


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