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1 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June EU Grid Research – Priorities for Call 5 Jorge Gasós Grid Technologies Unit European Commission

2 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Projects: some facts Collaborative research projects: involving industry, research centers and universities from several member states Partial European Commission funding Four types of instruments: Integrated Projects, Networks of Excellence, STREP, Support Actions Submission of proposals: On the initiative of the participants. We just define the content of the call Evaluation by external experts (1 out of 7 is funded)

3 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June 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 2 – Requirements and Options for European Grids Research 2005–2010 and beyond, August 2004 Next Generation Grid(s) – Expert Group Report 3-fold vision

4 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June inteliGRID Semantic Grid based virtual organisations Provenance Trust and provenance for Grids DataminingGrid Datamining tools & services UniGridS Extended OGSA Implementation based on UNICORE K-WF Grid Knowledge based workflow & collaboration GRIDCOORD Building the ERA in Grid research Grid Research Projects in FP6 Start: SUMMER 2004 EU Funding: 53 MILLION OntoGrid Knowledge Services for the semantic Grid HPC4U Fault tolerance, dependability for Grid Grid-based generic enabling application technologies to facilitate solution of industrial problems SIMDAT EU-driven Grid services architecture for businesS and industry NextGRID Mobile Grid architecture and services for dynamic virtual organisations Akogrimo European-wide virtual laboratory for longer term Grid research-creating the foundation for next generation Grids CoreGRID Specific support actionIntegrated projectNetwork of excellenceSpecific targeted research project (Spring 2005) Towards EU-Asian Co-operation

5 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Work Programme Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services 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 e-bus, e-health, e-goy, e-learning Environment, … Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services Application Sector 3 Application Sector 2 Application Sector n Application Sector 1 IST Call 5 Open May 2005 Close Sept 2005 Budget: ~70M

6 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Research and development on new or enhanced fabrics layer for future distributed systems and services Two alternative approaches: Development, testing and validation of an enhanced fabrics based on existing OSs (Grid built-in functions or modules leading to a meta OS) Research and conceptualization on new fabrics replacing existing OSs (Network-centric Grid Operating Systems) Simplify the use, management and programmability of Grid systems and services, supporting mobility and pervasiveness, enhancing performance and security Focus 3 – Network-Centric Grid Operating Systems

7 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Architecture, design and development of technologies and systems for building the invisible Grid Scale-independent, adaptive and dependable Grid architectures enabling the management of large networked distributed resources characterised by evolutionary, non-functional behaviours Agent-based approaches and peer-to-peer technologies Self-organising, fault-tolerant autonomous systems virtualisation New models and environments for programming the Grid Semantic & agent technologies for resource brokering / management Focus 1 – Grid Foundations

8 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Research, development, validation, take-up of generic environments / tools Grid-based environments for dynamic service creation and provision supporting distributed collaborations spanning multiple administrative domains Grid business models and Grid economics Intelligent tools and interfaces supporting ubiquitous Grid access Grid-enabled decision support services Focus 2 – Grid-enabled Applications and Services for Business and Society

9 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Instruments IPs – Focus 1, 2, 3 IPs – Focus 1, 2, 3 To achieve ambitious scientific and technological objectives, integrating critical mass of activities and resources Include industrial stakeholders from all relevant levels of the value chain IPs – Focus 2 IPs – Focus 2 User-driven Generic technologies addressing common requirements across different disciplines and applications in business, e-science, and society Include a technology take-up phase Emphasise SME participation as technology providers, service providers, and end-users STREPS STREPS Longer term research issues Conceptionalisation Advanced Grid technologies in innovative applications

10 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Coordination of research activities within Europe (ERA) and beyond (international collaboration) Preparing future research agenda and building research community Creating EU-wide stakeholder initiatives supporting early and wide adoption Actions supporting the collaboration of running and future IST Grid projects on horizontal and strategic issues Focus 4 – Horizontal Issues

11 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Main Messages Continuation and consolidation of main Grid research topics; new area: network-centric operating systems Continuation and consolidation of main Grid research topics; new area: network-centric operating systems Grids as enabler for Service Oriented Architectures Grids as enabler for Service Oriented Architectures Industrial involvement along the value chain Industrial involvement along the value chain Grid Business Pilots with cross-sectoral technology Take-Up phase call for central role of service providers Grid Business Pilots with cross-sectoral technology Take-Up phase call for central role of service providers Increased contribution to global developments and standardisation Increased contribution to global developments and standardisation

12 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Jan 2005:Preparatory workshop Jan 2005:Preparatory workshop May 2005: Opening Call 5 « Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services » (~ 70 M) May 2005: Opening Call 5 « Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services » (~ 70 M) 30 May 2005:Information Day Call 5 30 May 2005:Information Day Call 5 Sept 2005: Closing Call 5 Sept 2005: Closing Call 5 Oct/Nov 2005:Evaluation Oct/Nov 2005:Evaluation Q1-Q2 2006:Project launch Q1-Q2 2006:Project launch Tentative Timetable WP IST Call 5 Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems & Services

13 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June calls on e Infrastructure and RN Testbeds Year 2006 Year 2005 Research Networking Test-beds Optical, Wireless, Security, Grids, other technologies. Real world settings / user involvement Technology & services interoperability / open source Open test-bed infrastructure Roadmaps, strategic guidance for eInfrastructure eInfrastructure – Grids initiatives Continue building advanced Grid-empowered infrastructures Emphasis on: Production quality & ready-to-use SW-infrastructures Address industry requirements Environments dynamically adaptable to user needs

14 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Publication: 11 May 2005Submission: 7 September 2005 EC Budget: 55 MillionPotential Projects Start: Early 2006 Instruments: Integrated Infrastructure Initiative (I3), SSA, CA Call b4: Grid initiatives (RI) Infrastructures exhibiting production-level performance capabilities Distributed facilities at gigabit/terabit scales for use by a broad range of different research disciplines. Emphasis on initiatives to lead to production-quality and ready- to-use software for both science and engineering Complement and add value to national Grid-initiatives Favor interconnection to major Grid-based experimental infrastructures in other parts of the world

15 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Call Research Networking Testbeds IST SO2.5.6

16 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Call IST SO – Research Networking Testbeds Publication: 17 May 2005Submission: 21 September 2005 EC Budget: 18 MillionPotential Projects Start: 2006 Instruments: IP, NoE, STREP, SSA, CA Integrate, test, validate and demonstrate new fixed and wireless networking technologies and services in real-world settings and production environments. (IPs, NoEs, STREPs) Provide open test infrastructures for third party researchers. (IPs, NoEs, STREPs) Foster interoperability of solutions to achieve broader-scale up- take of new state-of-the-art infrastructure technology and promote open-source. (IPs, NoEs, STREPs) Develop roadmaps and strategic guidance for infrastructure development in Europe… (SSAs, CAs)

17 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Further Info on Grid Research Brochure: Building Grids for Europe Brochure: Building Grids for Europe FP6 Grid Project Fact Sheets, FP5 Grid Project Result Sheets 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 FP5 Gridstart IST Grid Projects Inventory and Roadmap FP5 Gridstart IST Grid Projects Inventory and Roadmap Brochure: Achievements of EU Grid Projects Brochure: Achievements of EU Grid Projects IST Work Programme 2005/2006 IST Work Programme 2005/ and more:

18 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Web page Workshops Further information on eInfrastructures Newsletter Brochures

19 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June FP6 experience of Integrated projects: Target audience: Industry (incl. SMEs), research institutions. Universities – and in some cases potential end-users Target audience: Industry (incl. SMEs), research institutions. Universities – and in some cases potential end-users Typical duration: months Typical duration: months Optimum consortium: participants Optimum consortium: participants Total EU contribution: 4-25m (average around 10m) Total EU contribution: 4-25m (average around 10m) Flexible implementation: Yearly update of workplan Flexible implementation: Yearly update of workplan Possibility for competitive calls for enlargement of consortium Possibility for competitive calls for enlargement of consortium Integrated projects - Main characteristics

20 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Instrument: Integrated Infrastructure Initiatives (I3)

21 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June FP6 experience of STREP projects: Purpose: Objective driven research more limited in scope than an IP Purpose: Objective driven research more limited in scope than an IP Target audience: Industry incl. SMEs, research institutes, universities Target audience: Industry incl. SMEs, research institutes, universities Typical duration: months Typical duration: months Optimum consortium: 6-15 participants Optimum consortium: 6-15 participants Total EU contribution: 0.8-3m (average 1.9m) Total EU contribution: 0.8-3m (average 1.9m) Fixed workplan and fixed partnership for duration Fixed workplan and fixed partnership for duration Specific targeted research projects

22 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June Each SSA shall have a work plan, which may consist of one or more (as appropriate on a case by case basis) of the following activities: Each SSA shall have a work plan, which may consist of one or more (as appropriate on a case by case basis) of the following activities: Conferences, seminars, working groups and expert groups; Studies, analysis; Fact findings and monitoring; Trans-national technology transfer and take-up related services; Development of research or innovation strategies; High level scientific awards and competitions; Operational support and dissemination, information and communication activities. SSA proposal may be presented by a consortium or a single organisation, from any country or countries SSA proposal may be presented by a consortium or a single organisation, from any country or countries Specific support actions

23 Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June FP6 experience of SSA projects: Support programme implementation, preparation of future actions, dissemination of results Support programme implementation, preparation of future actions, dissemination of results Target audience: Research organisations, universities, industry incl. SME Target audience: Research organisations, universities, industry incl. SME Typical duration: 9-30 months Typical duration: 9-30 months Optimum consortium: 1-15 participants Optimum consortium: 1-15 participants Total EU contribution: m (average 0.5m) Total EU contribution: m (average 0.5m) Fixed workplan and partnership for the duration Fixed workplan and partnership for the duration Specific support actions


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