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1 Information Society Technologies in the 6th Framework Programme IST Work Programme

2 Outline of presentation IST in FP6 IST in FP6 – structure and budget – objectives, vision and content Results of IST Calls in Results of IST Calls in – projects and participation IST Work Programme IST Work Programme – objectives – responding to lessons learned – changes in context and technology trends – roadmap of calls and budgets

3 The components of FP6

4 FP6 budget breakdown Focussing and Integrating Focussing and Integrating – Genomics 2255M – Information Society Technologies3625M – Nanotechnologies, int M – Aeronautics and space1075M – Food quality and safety 685M – Sustainable development2120M – Citizens and governance.. 225M – Anticipation of S&T needs Anticipating needs 555 MAnticipating needs 555 M SMEs 430MSMEs 430M Specific INCO 315MSpecific INCO 315M M ~200M for GEANT/GRID ~100M for GEANT/GRID Strengthening ERA foundations 320M Strengthening ERA foundations 320M Joint Research Centre 760M Joint Research Centre 760M Structuring ERA Structuring ERA –Research and Innovation 290M –Human resources1580M –Research Infrastructures 655M –Science/Society 80M

5 IST in FP6 - objectives & strategy Main objectives Main objectives – Establishing Europes leadership in the technologies at the heart of the knowledge economy and society – Strengthening Europes competitiveness & technology base – Building the information and knowledge society for ALL Strategy Strategy – Concentration and focus, building critical mass – Visionary, forward looking (longer term / high risk) – Combine flexibility with greater speed in implementation – Scope of activities: Core technologies & pull-through applications

6 The IST vision Bringing the users, people, to the foreground to the centre of our attention Bringing the users, people, to the foreground to the centre of our attention – building trustful technologies for the background (almost invisible) – Making technology adapt to people and business needs Moving to an era where Our surrounding is the interface to IST applications & services Moving to an era where Our surrounding is the interface to IST applications & services Exploring beyond the PC, screens & keyboard interfaces Exploring beyond the PC, screens & keyboard interfaces Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues – supported by computing & networking – everywhere, embedded in everyday objects (e.g: furniture, clothes, vehicles, smart materials, …)

7 anywhere, anytime, anywhere, any service, for all core technologies & pull-through applications components & µsytems Knowledge & interface technologies Communication, computing & software technologies Communication & networking Software µ, nano & opto electronics µ and nano systemsKnowledgetechnologiesinterfaces Applied IST for major societal and economic challenges Trust & Security IST for societal challenges IST for work & business challenges Demanding Demandingapplications IST in FP6

8 Future & Emerging Technologies Complementary to Complementary to – other IST strategic objectives – other FP6 Anticipating S&T needs / frontier research (new fields / multidisciplinary work) More exploratory and visionary research More exploratory and visionary research Helping new IST-related S&T fields and communities to emerge Helping new IST-related S&T fields and communities to emerge Open scheme: openness to unforeseeable ideas Open scheme: openness to unforeseeable ideas Proactive initiatives: critical mass where focus is needed Proactive initiatives: critical mass where focus is needed

9 GEANT and GRIDs in FP6 GÉANT International GRIDs Test-beds 10Gigabit/s, EU + NAS Mediterranean & Latin America Initial pilots IPv6, Quality of Service FP5 results 100+ Gigabit/s, Terabit/s, - progressive inclusion in schools Global connectivity Large scale GRIDs platforms (virtual communities) Next Generation Internet solutions for the Research Community FP6 goals

10 Outline of presentation IST in FP6 IST in FP6 – structure and budget – objectives, vision and content Results of IST Calls in Results of IST Calls in – projects and participation IST Work Programme IST Work Programme – objectives – responding to lessons learned – changes in context and technology trends – roadmap of calls and budgets

11 Behind us: IST Calls IST Call 1 IST Call 1 – Closed April 2003 – funding 1070m – 236 projects negotiated and launched IST Call 2 IST Call 2 – Closed October 2003 – funding 525m – 148 projects under negotiation or launched Joint Call with production technologies Joint Call with production technologies – Closed April 2003 – funding 60m FET (Future and Emerging technologies) Open FET (Future and Emerging technologies) Open – Continuous call – funding 60m

12 Behind us: IST Calls IST Call 3 IST Call 3 – Closed 22 Sep 2004 – funding 28m Joint Call with nano-, materials- and production- technologies Joint Call with nano-, materials- and production- technologies – Closed 14 October 2004 – funding 180m FET (Future and Emerging technologies) – Proactive Initiatives FET (Future and Emerging technologies) – Proactive Initiatives – Closed 22 Sep 2004 – funding 80m

13 IST Calls : Implementation 1,9 out of 3,8 Billion spent in calls in ,9 out of 3,8 Billion spent in calls in More than 400 projects supported More than 400 projects supported – Out of 2500 proposals received More than 6500 participations More than 6500 participations Oversubscription Oversubscription Funding per Instrument IST Calls 1 & 2

14 IST Calls : Participation Industry Academia Non-profit org.

15 IST Calls : Concentration Concentration of effort and building critical mass Concentration of effort and building critical mass – Total number of projects selected : 3 times less than FP5 for an equivalent budget – Average budget of Integrated Projects : 5 times larger than FP5 projects Setting up & managing larger projects : a challenge Setting up & managing larger projects : a challenge

16 IST Calls : Integration More intensive collaboration between various actors More intensive collaboration between various actors – Integrated Projects: 2-3 times as many partners per project – From industry, academia and public research labs Concern over SME participation Concern over SME participation Integration of effort in an enlarged Europe important Integration of effort in an enlarged Europe important International co-operation International co-operation

17 Outline of presentation IST in FP6 IST in FP6 – structure and budget – objectives, vision and content Results of IST Calls in Results of IST Calls in – projects and participation IST Work Programme IST Work Programme – objectives – responding to lessons learned – changes in context and technology trends – roadmap of calls and budgets

18 IST WP : Main principles & objectives Completing the investment in the FP6 objectives Completing the investment in the FP6 objectives – Adapting content of WP in order to take account of: evolving context and technology progressevolving context and technology progress lessons learnt from the response to the first callslessons learnt from the response to the first calls Preparing the start of FP7 Preparing the start of FP7 – Developing new fields, etc.

19 IST WP : Consultations and Collection of Input Wide consultation Wide consultation – ISTC - IST Committee – ISTAG - IST Advisory Group – Programme Consultation Meetings – Web-based consultations - 5 year evaluation of IST - Review of new FP6 instruments Portfolio analysis Portfolio analysis – IPPA - Integrated Programme Portfolio Analysis – Responses to previous Calls – Experience from past and on-going projects Changes in context and technology trends Lessons learned

20 Lessons learnt from previous calls Oversubscription in some fields Oversubscription in some fields – Need for more focus and more precision SMEs participation SMEs participation – Improving but can be strengthened Integration of the ICT research effort in an enlarged Europe Integration of the ICT research effort in an enlarged Europe – Participation of Member States that joined the EU recently and of Associated Candidate Countries below expectations International co-operation International co-operation – Domain-specific approaches are needed

21 IST WP : Focussing (1) Sharper descriptions of each SO Sharper descriptions of each SO Precisions on the use of the instruments within each SO Precisions on the use of the instruments within each SO Budget distribution between instruments adapted to each SO Budget distribution between instruments adapted to each SO

22 WP : Focussing (2) Applications and services for the mobile user and worker Applications and services for the mobile user and worker Too many topics addressedToo many topics addressed Focus on Collaborative working environmentsFocus on Collaborative working environments Merging and refocusing of Semantic based knowledge and Cross media content Merging and refocusing of Semantic based knowledge and Cross media content

23 Semantic based Knowledge & Content Systems Develop semantic-based and context-aware systems to acquire, organise, personalise, share and use the knowledge embedded in web and multimedia content Develop semantic-based and context-aware systems to acquire, organise, personalise, share and use the knowledge embedded in web and multimedia content – Add semantics – Maximise automation of the knowledge lifecycle Achieve semantic interoperability between heterogeneous information resources and services Achieve semantic interoperability between heterogeneous information resources and services – Exploit semantics Pioneer intelligent content, which is self-describing, adaptive to context and user needs, and exhibits a seamless interaction with its surroundings and the user Pioneer intelligent content, which is self-describing, adaptive to context and user needs, and exhibits a seamless interaction with its surroundings and the user Call MEuro

24 WP : Focussing (3) The strategic objective on Products and service engineering is not covered in WP The strategic objective on Products and service engineering is not covered in WP – The projects already launched in the first calls ensure a sufficient coverage of the field Splitting the SOs of eBusiness and eGovernment and of eLearning and eCulture Splitting the SOs of eBusiness and eGovernment and of eLearning and eCulture – Focus on missions to be achieved in each of the fields – Differing goals – Different constituencies

25 WP : SMEs Distribution of SMEs participation in Calls 1 and 2 Distribution of SMEs participation in Calls 1 and 2 – Call1: 16%; Call2: 17% – NoEs : 7%; IPs: 15%; STREPs: 24% Instruments Instruments – Many NoEs are already launched in most fields; funding for NoEs to decrease significantly in WP – Adaptation of instruments to SOs should help – Keep an overall balance of new and traditional instruments Specific measures when needed Specific measures when needed – Nanoelectronics; Technologies and devices for micro/nano-scale integration; ICT for networked businesses

26 Nanoelectronics Process and device technologies Process and device technologies – New materials integration and non-conventional silicon-based devices (<45 nm) – Assessment of equipment and materials for manufacturing of next generations of chips Design technologies Design technologies – Design complexity and productivity of systems-on-chip (SoCs) / systems-in- package (SiPs) – Technological shortcomings (unreliable device behaviour, dispersion of circuit parameters, parasitic and interconnect effects, leakage currents, …) – High value design and test competencies such as analogue and mixed signal, high frequency and RF circuits, smart power and low power Complementary measures Complementary measures – Access services for industrial design tools and multi-project wafers for academic research and university education – Stimulation actions to improve the quality of education in SoC design and increase the interest of students – Use actions to promote the integration and use of reconfigurable systems in SME products and in application/geographical areas where technologies is insufficiently used Call 4 74 MEuro

27 Integration in an enlarged Union (1) In Calls 1 and 2 In Calls 1 and 2 – Increased participation of the then candidate countries from Call1 to Call 2 ( 4 %) but – in areas of eGovernment, eBusiness, eLearning, eHealth, their oversubscription rate was extremely high; often the double of the average oversubscription – Shows a research potential but a weakness in the integration of the research effort

28 Integration in an enlarged Union (2) In WP In WP – A dedicated Strategic Objective: Strengthening the integration of the ICT research effort in an enlarged Europe – Calls for STREPs in four areas eGov, eBus, eLearning and eHealtheGov, eBus, eLearning and eHealth – These are also areas of common interest to the research constituency in ICT in all the member states. – An indicative budget of 63 MEuro

29 Strengthening the Integration of the ICT research effort in an Enlarged Europe Key Objectives Key Objectives – Innovative and efficient ICT-based systems and services in key application areas – Strengthening of integration of the IST European Research Area Focus Focus – eLearning (ICT-based systems for teaching and learning) – eHealth (ICT-based eHealth systems and services) – eGovernment (ICT-based systems for delivery of key public services) – eBusiness (e-collaboration for SME clusters - B2B and B2C e- commerce) 63 MEuro Call 4

30 Main socio-economic trends Increasing competition at a global scale Increasing competition at a global scale – Also research is increasingly organised on an international scale – Including from emerging economies : China, India, … – De-localisation ; Open Innovation – Focus on higher parts of the value chain ; Faster innovation cycles Enlargement of the Union Enlargement of the Union – An opportunity but requires further effort on integration Ageing Ageing – Starting to feel the impact … Security concerns Security concerns

31 Main technology trends Increasing pervasiveness of ICT Increasing pervasiveness of ICT – Innovation from ICT use in different fields Increasing convergence Increasing convergence – Within ICT Communications/computing/media, fixed/wireless, etc.Communications/computing/media, fixed/wireless, etc. – Between ICT and other fields Info-bio, ICT-cogno, ICT-nano-materialsInfo-bio, ICT-cogno, ICT-nano-materials Higher levels of complexity Higher levels of complexity – Combination of skills and know how – Building increasingly complex systems

32 ICT use : a driver for innovation Bringing closer services and technology developments Bringing closer services and technology developments – Mobile service development platforms shifted from Applications and services for the mobile user to Mobile and wireless systems beyond 3G – Micro-/nano-based subsystems: Focus on new application fields that drive innovation Trial of Experience and Application Research Trial of Experience and Application Research – Early user involvement – The use is integrated into the research activity – eInclusion, collaborative working environments

33 Mobile & Wireless systems beyond 3G Realise the vision of "Optimally Connected Anywhere, Anytime" supported by all system levels from access methods and networks to service platforms and services Generalised access network (novel air interfaces, common, flexible and seamless all IP infrastructure supporting scalability and mobility) Generalised access network (novel air interfaces, common, flexible and seamless all IP infrastructure supporting scalability and mobility) Advanced resource management techniques allowing optimum usage of spectrum Advanced resource management techniques allowing optimum usage of spectrum Global mobility through different access networks, with end to end quality of service, including security Global mobility through different access networks, with end to end quality of service, including security Advanced interworking access technologies. New architectures for composite, meshed, PANs, ad hoc networks… Advanced interworking access technologies. New architectures for composite, meshed, PANs, ad hoc networks… Advanced technologies and architectures for reconfigurability Advanced technologies and architectures for reconfigurability Wireless network technologies for ad hoc, sensors and adaptive communication networks. Advanced signal and antenna processing Wireless network technologies for ad hoc, sensors and adaptive communication networks. Advanced signal and antenna processing Enabling technologies for mobile service creation and interoperability Enabling technologies for mobile service creation and interoperability Call MEuro

34 eInclusion Key Objectives Key Objectives – mainstream accessibility in consumer goods and services to ensure equal access, independent living and participation for all in the Information Society. – develop next generation assistive systems Focus Focus – Experience and Application Research – Large scale demonstrators (smart environment, next generation mobiles, Digital TV..) – Innovative solutions for persons with cognitive disabilities. – Support and co-ordination actions: Federating the fragmented assistive technology industryFederating the fragmented assistive technology industry Structuring the co-operation among centres for accessibility resource and support.Structuring the co-operation among centres for accessibility resource and support. Technology solutions to meet the challenges posed by the ageing population.Technology solutions to meet the challenges posed by the ageing population. Call 5 29 MEuro

35 Addressing the increasing complexity Support development of increasingly complex systems Support development of increasingly complex systems – Integration is an issue – Technology, Design tools, applications and generic systems research Examples Examples – SoCs and SiPs in Nanoelectronics – Network centric Operating systems (in Advanced Grid technologies, systems and services) – Embedded systems: design, cooperating objects, adhoc networks, etc.. – Managing complexity in Software and services – Complex systems in FET

36 Embedded systems Key Objectives Key Objectives – Hardware/software systems embedded in intelligent devices – Cost-efficient ambient intelligence systems with optimal performance, high confidence, reduced time to market and faster deployment Focus Focus – System Design Model-based system design, validation and testing.Model-based system design, validation and testing. Design methods, programming models and compilation tools for reconfigurable architectures.Design methods, programming models and compilation tools for reconfigurable architectures. – Networked Embedded Systems Middleware for wireless objectsMiddleware for wireless objects Scalable and self-organising platformsScalable and self-organising platforms – SME embedded tool developers and vendors Call 5 68 MEuro

37 Convergence trends: « ICT-Bio » Re-focussing of the ICT for health Re-focussing of the ICT for health – On Integrated biomedical information for better health Reshaping of Technologies and devices for micro/nano-scale integration Reshaping of Technologies and devices for micro/nano-scale integration + FET schemes + FET schemes

38 Integrated biomedical information for better health Objectives process and integratebiomedical information from different levels and from many different places To support research and development of ICT based systems that process and integrate all possible relevant biomedical information from different levels and from many different places with the purpose to improve 1.Health knowledge discovery and understanding 2.Health status of an individual, i.e to improve disease prevention, diagnosis, treatmentFocus 1.Methods and systems for improved medical knowledge understanding through integration and processing of biomedical information 2.Innovative systems and services for disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment based on integrated biomedical information 3.Roadmaps (Specific Support Measures) 75 MEuro Call 4

39 Technology and Devices for Micro/nano Scale Integration Key Objectives Key Objectives – Push limits of integrated micro/nano systems – Research on mixed technologies (eg. micro-nano-technology, ICT and bio-technology) – Integration for very high density Focus Focus – Heterogeneous technologies and devices for mixed-technology micro/nano systems (eg microfluidic/ICT/micro-nano, bio/ICT/micro-nano, chemical/ICT/micro-nano combined). – Technology for very high density hybrid integration (towards e-grains, e-dust). – Integrating micro/nano devices in various materials and in or on large surfaces. – Manufacturing and design of mixed technology-based micro/nano systems. – Validation and demonstration of networked micro/nano systems (environment, home, food, agriculture, healthcare) – Roadmaps and research agenda Call 4 75 MEuro

40 Convergence trends: « ICT-Cogno » Concentrate the research effort of Cognitive systems which was spread on several SOs into one SO in WP Concentrate the research effort of Cognitive systems which was spread on several SOs into one SO in WP This requires a refocus of the SOs on Multimodal interfaces, Semantic-based knowledge and content systems and Cognitive systems and some rebalancing of the budgets between these SOs. This requires a refocus of the SOs on Multimodal interfaces, Semantic-based knowledge and content systems and Cognitive systems and some rebalancing of the budgets between these SOs. +FET schemes +FET schemes

41 Cognitive Systems Develop artificial systems that: Can interpret data arising from real-world events and processes Acquire situated knowledge of their environment Act, make or suggest decisions and communicate with people on human terms Focus Artificial systems with high-level cognitive capabilities Enabling technologies Systems that develop their reasoning, planning and communication faculties through grounding in interactive and collaborative environments (part of, or connected to the real world) Call 4 45 MEuro

42 anywhere, anytime, natural access to ICT based services and applications Components & microsytems Knowledge & interface technologies Communication, computing & software technologies - mobile comms - Broadband comm - networked audio- visual systems - software & services - embedded systems -nano- electronics electronics - photonics components - Micro/nano integration -Micro/nano sub-systems sub-systems - Semantic- based knowledge and content - multi-modal interfaces Applied IST research for major societal and economic challenges - ICT for Security - ICT for Health - eInclusion - eSafety - environmental risk mgmt - learning - culture - networked businesses - ICT for governments - collaborative work - GRID-based systems - cognitive systems systems IST Strategic Objectives research networking testbeds - integration in enlarged Europe

43 Research implemented through STRePs / Specific Targeted Research Projects Research implemented through STRePs / Specific Targeted Research Projects – 2-step process a short anonymous proposal submitted first, at any timea short anonymous proposal submitted first, at any time full proposal only if short proposal was successfulfull proposal only if short proposal was successful Support for research communities through CAs / Coordination Actions and SSAs / Specific Support Actions Support for research communities through CAs / Coordination Actions and SSAs / Specific Support Actions – 1-step process Three evaluation cut-off dates per year Three evaluation cut-off dates per year – 5 January 2005, 10 May 2005, 20 September 2005 and 14 February FET OPEN Scheme 60 MEuro

44 4th Call: Publication: November 2004 ; Deadline: 22 March th Call: Publication: November 2004 ; Deadline: 22 March 2005 – Advanced Computing Architectures – Presence and Interaction in Mixed Reality Environments – Situated and Autonomic Communications 5th Call - Publication: May 2005 ; Deadline: 21 September th Call - Publication: May 2005 ; Deadline: 21 September 2005 – Simulating Emergent Properties in Complex Systems FET Proactive Initiatives : Call Planning 63 MEuro

45 Budget Distribution Total budget for WP : 1,8 B Total budget for WP : 1,8 B Starting point: WP distribution ; changed according to modification of substance Starting point: WP distribution ; changed according to modification of substance Pre-allocation of 90% of budget Pre-allocation of 90% of budget Indicative budget distribution between Instruments: per SO Indicative budget distribution between Instruments: per SO

46 Strategic Objectives Inst.Budget Nano-electronics 80/2074 Technologies and devices for micro/nano-scale integration 60/4075 Towards a global dependability and security framework 70/3063 Broadband for all 65/3565 Mobile and wireless systems and platforms beyond 3G 65/35138 Networked audio-visual systems and home platforms 75/2563 Semantic-based knowledge systems 70/30112 Cognitive systems 65/3545 ICT Research for Innovative Government 50/5046 Technology-enhanced learning 70/3054 Integrated biomedical information for better health 55/4575 eSafety of road and air transport 60/4082 Integration of research in an enlarged Europe 0/10063 FET Proactive Initiatives 100/054 Call 4: Open 16 November 2004, Close 23 March 2005

47 Call 5 : Open 17 May 2005, Close 21 September 2005 Strategic Objective InstBudget Photonic components 65/3547 Micro/nano based sub-systems 70/3058 Embedded Systems 60/4068 Advanced Grid Technologies, Systems and Services 70/3062 Open Platforms for software and services 60/4067 Research networking testbeds 65/3518 Multimodal Interfaces 60/4054 ICT for Networked Businesses 55/4546 Collaborative Working Environments 70/3040 Access to and preservation of cultural and scientific resources 40/6036 eInclusion 50/5029 ICT for Environmental Risk Management 60/4040 FET Proactive Initiative 0/100 9

48 Conclusions: Opportunities & Challenges WP provides continuity WP provides continuity Changes mainly to the substance of each SO Changes mainly to the substance of each SO – To take account of lessons learned – To adapt to market and technology changes 2 nd phase of FP6 provides a key opportunity to shape and improve the impact of IST research in Europe 2 nd phase of FP6 provides a key opportunity to shape and improve the impact of IST research in Europe – A new generation of technologies & applications is emerging – Europe is well positioned to shape the future & compete – The pace of development is increasingly fast – The aim is people first in an all-inclusive knowledge society

49 For Further Information IST infodesk Fax : General FP6:

50 anywhere, anytime, natural access to ICT based services and applications Components & microsytems Knowledge & interface technologies Communication, computing & software technologies - mobile comms - broadband comm - networked audio- visual systems - software & services - embedded systems -nano- electronics electronics - photonics components - Micro/nano integration -Micro/nano sub-systems sub-systems - Semantic- based knowledge and content - multi-modal interfaces Applied IST research for major societal and economic challenges - ICT for Security - ICT for Health - eInclusion - eSafety - environmental risk - learning - culture - networked businesses - ICT for governments - collaborative work - GRID-based systems - cognitive systems systems IST Strategic Objectives research networking testbeds - integration in enlarged Europe

51 Broadband for all Network technologies and architectures for broadband access Network technologies and architectures for broadband access – Optimised access technologies for less developed regions, and for the enlarged Europe in line with eEurope -a European consolidated approach for standardized solutions, regulation and best practices Low-cost access and edge network equipment (optical fibre, fixed wireless access, interactive broadcasting, satellite access, xDSL and power line networks) Low-cost access and edge network equipment (optical fibre, fixed wireless access, interactive broadcasting, satellite access, xDSL and power line networks) Network management, new protocols, inter-domain routing and traffic engineering for end-to-end delivery of new added-value services, with QoS and security. Network management, new protocols, inter-domain routing and traffic engineering for end-to-end delivery of new added-value services, with QoS and security. Service-enabling technologies and platforms based on convergence and interoperability of Telecom and Internet Infrastructure (resilience, multicasting, flexibility) Service-enabling technologies and platforms based on convergence and interoperability of Telecom and Internet Infrastructure (resilience, multicasting, flexibility) Increased bandwidth capacity, in the access network as well as in the underlying optical core/metro network (optical burst and packet switching) Increased bandwidth capacity, in the access network as well as in the underlying optical core/metro network (optical burst and packet switching) Call 4 65 MEuro

52 Audio Visual systems and applications in converged and interoperable environments encompassing broadcasting, communications, mobility and IP Optimised audiovisual network architectures and interoperability Optimised audiovisual network architectures and interoperability Middleware architectures for optimised content adaptation and delivery Middleware architectures for optimised content adaptation and delivery Synchronisation of different delivery channels Synchronisation of different delivery channels Control issues associated with service delivery in both intra and inter-domain operators environments. Control issues associated with service delivery in both intra and inter-domain operators environments. Audio Visual data handling (representation and coding) Audio Visual data handling (representation and coding) Audio visual data access and rendering through low power and affordable terminals Audio visual data access and rendering through low power and affordable terminals Comprehensive, upward compatible, interoperable architecture for end to end content protection and rights management; Comprehensive, upward compatible, interoperable architecture for end to end content protection and rights management; Evolution towards advanced applications (3D-TV, on-line mobile gaming, distributed storage devices (including portable devices), electronic cinema, virtual/tele presence or future mixed reality services) Evolution towards advanced applications (3D-TV, on-line mobile gaming, distributed storage devices (including portable devices), electronic cinema, virtual/tele presence or future mixed reality services) Roadmaps and research agenda Roadmaps and research agenda Networked Audio Visual Systems and Home Platforms Call 4 63 MEuro

53 Software and services Key Objectives Key Objectives – Engineering and management of software systems, services and applications – Open and interoperable platforms, methodologies, middleware, standards and tools. Focus Focus – Engineering, management and provision of services and software – Principles, methodologies and tools for design, management and simulation of complex software systems – Development, deployment, evolution and benchmarking of open source software. – Software systems with properties such as self-adaptability, flexibility, robustness, dependability and evolvability. – Support actions contributing to the evolution of the software industry Call 5 67 MEuro

54 Photonic components Key Objectives Key Objectives – Advanced materials, solid-state sources and micro- and nano-scale photonic devices – Integration of photonic functions in micro/nanoelectronics components – Application contexts: Information technologies for health care and life scienceInformation technologies for health care and life science Communications and InfotainmentCommunications and Infotainment Environment and security Environment and security Focus Focus – Manufacturing technologies and device concepts – Hybrid and monolithic photonic integration technologies – Photonic systems on a chip – Advanced components for optical networks, and low-cost components for broadband wireless/wired access; – Advanced sources Call 5 47 MEuro

55 Micro/nano-based subsystems Integrated micro/nanosystems for key products & applications R&D focus – – Healthcare: Integrated systems for point-of-care diagnosis, monitoring & drug delivery – – Autonomous miniaturized (micro-)robotic systems – – Mass storage systems – – Novel 3D Visualisation Other – – Validation of Micro-Nano Technology enabled subsystems in different applications combining subsystem development with application RTD – – Roadmap, CA, SSA to prepare research agendas – – (Micro-nano-bio-cogno and Smart Integrated Systems) Call 5 58 MEuro

56 Multimodal interfaces Key Objectives Key Objectives – Natural and easy to use interfaces providing: Intelligent communicationIntelligent communication Multi-modalitiesMulti-modalities multilingual capabilitiesmultilingual capabilities Focus Focus – Natural interaction between humans and the physical or virtual environment – Mechanisms for selecting cognitively combinations of interface modalities according to preferences and context – Multilingual communication systems for unrestricted domains – Portability of new languages -> Emphasis is on user modelling, system design, visual recognition and tracking, language understanding and spoken language translation 54 MEuro Call 5

57 Key Objective Key Objective – build on EU technical and scientific excellence on security, dependability and resilience – meet EU demands for privacy and trust – strengthen the interplay between research and policy Research Focus Research Focus – integrated frameworks and technologies for resilience, dependability and security – modelling/simulation techniques and synthetic environments for interdependencies, recovery and continuity – technologies and architectures for secure computing and interoperable management and trustworthy sharing of digital assets – secure and interoperable biometrics – security and privacy technologies and architectures for future wireless and mobile scenarios – security assurance and certification of complex networked systems and infrastructures Towards a global dependability and security framework 63 M Euro Call 4

58 eSafety – Co-operative Systems for road transport Key Objectives & Focus Key Objectives & Focus – Co-operative systems for road transport (more efficient, safer, environmentally friendly) – Communications concepts, open interoperable and scalable systems – Research in consistent accident causation analysis – Assessment of potential impact and socio-economic cost/benefit, of stand-alone and co-operative intelligent vehicle safety systems. – Support of the eSafety Forum. – Support for international co-operation, training, dissemination and SMEs participation 82 MEuro Call 4

59 ICT for Environmental Risk Management Key Objectives Key Objectives – ICT aspects of services for GMES (Global Monitoring for the En­vironment and Security) end-users – Monitoring, preparation and response phases of environmental risk/crisis management Focus Focus – GMES in-situ monitoring systems, in particular based on self- organising, self-healing, ad-hoc networking of sensors – Public safety communication (alert systems, communication to/from citizen and rapidly deployable emergency telecommunications systems) – Support to early adoption of common open architectures for full interoperability Call 5 40 MEuro

60 Technology-enhanced learning 54 MEuro Call 4 Objectives for FP6 focus on the learning process: Objectives for FP6 focus on the learning process: – Reinforce learning as a social process through new collaborative models – Customise learning to individual needs - at school, work, throughout life, ubiquitously – Build competence - by linking organisations objectives and learning goals of individuals – Support (new) pedagogical approaches that blend new and old ways of learning Technologies: knowledge management, cognitive systems, integration into new services/systems, adoption leading edge technologies to new learning systems. Technologies: knowledge management, cognitive systems, integration into new services/systems, adoption leading edge technologies to new learning systems.

61 Access to and preservation of cultural and scientific resources Key Objectives Key Objectives – Support the accessibility and use over time of digital cultural and scientific resources. – Support the emerging complexity of digital cultural and scientific objects and repositories – Explore how to preserve the availability of digital resources over time Focus Focus – Conceptualisation and representation of digital cultural and scientific objects – Application of leading-edge technologies (knowledge technologies, VR, visualisation). – Methods and systems for guaranteeing the long-term preservation of digital objects. – Test-beds and systems supporting multi-sourced and multi- formatted resources. Call 5 36 MEuro

62 ICT for Networked Businesses Key Objectives Key Objectives – Software solutions supporting organisational networking and process integration – Distributed and collaborative network-oriented systems for efficient, effective and secure product and service creation and delivery Focus Focus – Digital business ecosystems for SMEs open-source environment ; design, development and take-up of flexible and adaptable software applicationsopen-source environment ; design, development and take-up of flexible and adaptable software applications – Extended products and services decentralised architectures ; new approaches to business processesdecentralised architectures ; new approaches to business processes – Horizontal actions new legal challenges raised by networked and collaborative paradigmsnew legal challenges raised by networked and collaborative paradigms 46 MEuro Call 5

63 ICT research for innovative government Key Objectives Key Objectives – Modernise and innovate public administrations – Foster good governance, – Contribute to easing mobility of European Focus Focus – Innovative ICTs for democratic involvement – Intelligent, inclusive and personalised eGovernment services – Adaptive and proactive eGovernment support systems. – Secure pan-European eGovernment. Complementary measures Complementary measures – Roadmapping for agenda 2020 – Transfer of eGovernment R&D technologies & linking with the eEurope - eGovernment Good Practice Framework, – Knowledge building on digital divide – Clustering national and European eGovernment projects on electronic identity 46 MEuro Call 4

64 Collaborative working environments Key Objectives Key Objectives – Next generation collaborative working environments – Enable seamless and natural collaboration amongst humans and machines – Distributed, knowledge-rich and virtualized working environments Focus Focus – Concepts, methods and core services for distributed collaboration at work – Flexible management of services – Tools for collaborative work in rich virtualised environments – Services for seamless, stable, dependable and scalable applications for collaborative work – Validating of applications for collaborative work in content-rich, mobile and fixed collaborative environments – Standardisation activities Call 5 40 MEuro

65 Advanced GRID technologies, systems and services Key Objectives Key Objectives – Advance towards the knowledge Grid and complete virtualisation of Grid resources – Reduce the complexity of Grid-based systems Focus Focus – Grid Foundations: Architecture, design and development of technologies and systems – Grid-enabled applications and services for business and society – Network-centric Grid operating systems – Co-ordination of research activities in Member and Associated States in the Framework of ERA Call 5 62 MEuro

66 Research Networking Testbeds Key Objectives Key Objectives – User-driven large scale testbeds for preparing future upgrades of the infrastructure deployed across Europe Focus Focus – Integrating, testing, validating and demonstrating new fixed and wireless networking technologies – Provisioning of open test infrastructures for third party researchers – Fostering interoperability of solutions across different scientific and industrial disciplines – Developing roadmaps and strategic guidance for infrastructure development in Europe Call 5 18 MEuro


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