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					ICT in FP7
EU Research Information Event
Tirana, Albania, 6 May 2008

European Commission DG Information Society and Media International Relations Unit
cindy.van-den-boogert@ec.europa.eu

Cindy van den Boogert

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Country participation in IST FP6
3rd Countries: Number of participations
China United States Russian Federation Brazil Canada India Serbia and Montenegro Australia Croatia Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Singapore Bosnia and Herzegowina Albania Japan Ukraine Thailand South Africa Republic of Korea Argentina Malaysia Egypt

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Framework Programme 7 (2007-13)

FP7 Capacities Programme
Euratom JRC 4062 M€ 1751 M€

Cooperation 32413 M€

Capacities 4097 M€
People 4750 M€ Ideas 7510 M€

Dev. of policies INCO Science in Society
SMEs

Research Infrastructures 42% - 1715 M€ e-Infrastructures 572 M€
Regions of Knowledge Research Potential

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FP7 Cooperation Programme
The ICT thematic area is the largest in the Cooperation programme with a budget of € 9,1 billion

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FP7 People and Ideas Programmes

Both programmes will cover all scientific and technological research, so will also fund ICT related research

ICT Work Programme 2007-2008 of the Seventh Framework Programme
• A limited set of Challenges aiming at – overcoming technology roadblocks, and/or – systems targeting specific socioeconomic goals A Challenge is addressed through a limited set of Objectives that form the basis of Calls for Proposals An Objective is described in terms of – target outcome - in terms of characteristics – expected impact - in terms of industrial competitiveness, societal goal, technology progress etc. A total of 24 Objectives expressed within 7 Challenges
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Call 1

Deadline
8 May 2007 9 October 2007 8 April 2008

M€ 1194

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FP7 ICT Work Programme: 7 Challenges
Socio-economic goals
4. Digital libraries and content 5. ICT for health 6. ICT for mobility & sustainable growth 7. ICT for independent living & inclusion

Industry/Tech needs

2. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics 3. Components, systems, engineering
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Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)

1. Network and service infrastructures

Network and service infrastructure
• Overall aim is to enable the emergence of network and service technologies opening up new application scearios and innovative business models • What is needed is investment will build on present Europe’s strength in telecommunications, eservices, security and media content
• Approach: to strengthen entreprises in Europe through the development of new technologies in networks, software and services.

Challenge 1

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Cognitive systems, Interaction, Robotics
• ICT systems should be able to respond intelligently to gaps in their knowledge and to situations that have not been specified in their design • Aim is to provide enabling technologies that apply across domains such as robotics and automation, sensing and process control, etc • It requires rethinking the way we engineer systems

Challenge 2

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Components, Systems, Engineering
Several of the key objectives are: • Integration and miniaturisation of chips and multi functional components offering high performance at low cost • To be at the forefront of nanoelectronics incl. systems-on-chip and systems-in-package design • To lead in photonic components and subsystems for lasers, lighting and image sensors • To develop future embedded software and computing systems that process, distribute and retrieve massive amounts of data and information – in real time

Challenge 3

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Digital libraries and Content
• Creation and management of intelligent content needs to be more effective Advances expected include: • Digital preservation services addressing the needs of memory institutions • New management and production tools making digital resources easier and more cost-effective to create and re-use • More creative approaches to content and knowledge • Enabling the mass-individualisation of learning experiences

Challenge 4

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Towards sustainable & personalised health
• The objective is to better serve patients and health professionals by making the most of technology to improve the quality, availability and effectiveness of care • Research should inter alia contain the rising cost of health systems, increase quality of care and improve patient safety • Approach is to focus strongly on three aspects:
– Personal health systems for monitoring and diagnosis – Patient safety and risk assessment – Virtual physiological human

Challenge 5

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ICT for Mobility and sustainable growth
• Intelligent vehicle systems • New mobility services • Access to shared data infrastructures and data management to monitor and react to environmental risks Expected Impact • Leadership of Europe’s automotive industry in intelligent vehicle systems • Europe should become world leader in energy efficiency • etc

Challenge 6

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Independent living and inclusion
Objectives: • To mainstream and radically improve accessibility and usability of new ICT solutions for people with disabilities • To innovate in assistive technologies for access to ICT by building on progress in emerging technologies • New ICT opportunities will help offset the impact of the ageing population and increase active participation in economy and society • To explore the potential of innovative communication to facilitate social inclusion

Challenge 7

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FP7 Calls
• FP7 is implemented through periodic Calls for Proposals: average two Calls per year • Calls are very competitive; only the best proposals are selected (Call 1 – ICT priority: 1836 props submitted, €6.9 bn requested; 318 props retained, €1.2 bn) • Evaluation by independent experts on set criteria:
– scientific and/or technological excellence (relevant to the topics addressed by the Call) – Quality and efficiency of the implementation and the management – Potential impact through the development, dissemination and use of project results
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Participation Rules
Project Partners: legal entities contributing to project Minimum number:  3 European  1 (from any country) for support actions  International partners in addition to minimum number Special conditions for SICA: 2 European + 2 ICPC

FP7 ICT Work programme
• Needs to strike the balance between continuous support to Europe’s industrial and technological strongholds and promote areas where new opportunities are arising for Europe • Faithful to the FP7 • In line with the main ICT policy priorities defined in the i2010 initiative • Reflecting the input from the programme committee and advisory group, the European technology platforms, etc
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ETP & JTI

• JTI = Joint Technology Initiatives
– Long term public private research partnerships often resulting from the work of a technology platform – Each JTI combines private sector investment and national and European funding

• ETP = European Technology platforms
– Participants define -at European level- a common strategic research agenda, and addresses technological and non-technological issues for implementing it

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How to get started? CORDIS http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/


				
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