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									A list of possible objectives 2009-2010 1 Pervasive and Trustworthy Network and Service Infrastructure 1.1 The Network of the Future
a b c d a b c a b c a b c d a b c d e f Future Internet Architectures and Network Technologies Spectrum-efficient radio access to Future Networks Converged infrastructures in support of Future Networks Coordination/ Support actions and Networks of Excellence Service Architectures and Platforms for the Future Internet Highly Innovative Service / Software Engineering Coordination and support actions Architectures and technologies for an Internet of Things Future Inernet based Enterprise Systems International co-operation and co-ordination Trustworthy Network Infrastructures Trustworthy Service Infrastructures Technology and Tools for Trustworthy ICT Networking, Coordination and Support Content aware networks and network aware applications 3D Media Internet Networked search and retrieval Immersive media experiences beyond HDTV, and electronic cinema Knowledge networks Support measures

1.2 Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation

1.3 Internet of Things and Enterprise environments

1.4 Trustworthy ICT

1.5 Networked Media and 3D Internet

1.6 Future Internet experimental facility and experimentally-driven research
a b c Building the Experimental Facility and stimulating its use Experimentally-driven Research Coordination and Support actions

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Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics 2.1 Cognitive Systems and Robotics
a b c d e f g h New approaches towards understanding and solving key issues related to the engineering of artificial cognitive systems, New approaches towards endowing robots with advanced perception and action capabilities, New ways of designing and implementing complete robotic systems New, scientiufically grounded system architectures integrating communication control and cognitive capabilities Framework to facilitate cross fertilisation between Academic and Industrial research efforts in robotics A Virtual Institute Coordination: Robotics Coordination: Cognition

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A list of possible objectives 2009-2010 2.2 Language-based interaction
a b c New architectures, models and tools for cost-efficient self-learning machine translation Specific solutions for key domain challenges, A Virtual Institute

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Components, systems, engineering 3.1 Nanoelectronics technology
a b c Miniaturisation and functionalisation Manufacturing technologies Support measures

3.2 Design of semiconductor components and electronic based miniaturised systems
a b a b c d a b c a b c d a b b d e Improved design platforms, interfaces, methods and tools Support measures Flexible, organic and large area electronic devices and building blocks Flexible or foil-based systems Network of Excellence Support measures (only for a) and b) above) Theory and novel methods for embedded system design Modules and tools for embedded platform-based design Coordination of national, regional and EU-wide R&D strategies Foundations of complex systems engineering Wireless Sensor Networks and Cooperating Objects Control of large-scale systems International cooperation Parallelisation & programmability Methodologies, techniques and tools System simulation and analysis Technology implications Coordination of R&D activities & strategies in HighPerformance Computing

3.3 Flexible, organic and large area electronics

3.4 Embedded Systems Design

3.5 Engineering of Networked Monitoring and Control systems

3.6 Computing Systems

3.7 Photonics
a b c d a b Photonics technologies, components and (sub)systems Cost-effective versatile foundry processes for photonic integrated components based on III-V semiconductors possibly combined with other materials. ERA-NET Plus action Coordination and support actions Organic Photonics Disruptive / cutting-edge photonic technologies and materials

3.8 Organic photonics and other disruptive photonics technologies

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A list of possible objectives 2009-2010
a b c d Heterogeneous Integration Autonomous energy efficient smart systems Application-specific microsystems and smart miniaturised systems Coordination and support actions

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Digital Libraries and Content 4.1 Digital libraries and digital preservation
a b c d e f a b c d e f a b c d e Scalable systems and services for preserving digital content Advanced preservation scenarios Innovative solutions for assembling multimedia digital libraries Adaptive Cultural Experiences Interdisciplinary Research Networks Promoting the uptake Learning in the 21 Century Reinforce the links between individual and organisational learning, and creativity adaptive and intuitive systems for learning Revolutionary learning appliances interdisciplinary networks Awareness building and knowledge management Capturing tractable information Delivering pertinent information Collaboration and decision support Personal sphere Impact and S&T leadership .
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4.2 Technology-enhanced learning

4.3 Intelligent information management

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Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare 5.1 Personal Health Systems
a b c a b c d a b c d Minimally invasive systems and ICT-enabled artificial organs Mental Health Support Actions. ICT for safer surgery ICT for integration of clinical research and clinical care ICT-enabled early detection of public health events Support Actions. patient-specific computer based models and simulation ICT tools, services and specialised infrastructure for the bio-medical researchers evaluation and assessment of VPH projects. observatory on the achievements and evolution of the broader Biomedical Informatics field

5.2 ICT for Patient Safety

5.3 Virtual Physiological Human

5.4 International Cooperation on Virtual Physiological Human This is a DRAFT! It is NOT the real thing!
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A list of possible objectives 2009-2010 6 ICT for Mobility, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency 6.1 ICT for Safety and Energy Efficiency in Mobility
a b c a b c d a b c d a b c d ICT for Intelligent Vehicle Systems ICT for Clean and Efficient Mobility Coordination and Support Actions Field Operational Tests for Integrated Safety Systems and Co-operative Systems ICT-based systems and services for Smart Urban Mobility and new Mobility Concepts Coordination and support actions International cooperation ICT tools for the future electricity market ICT support to energy-positive buildings and neighbourhoods ICT services and tools enhanced with energy features Coordination Actions ICT for a better adaptation to climate change Flexible discovery and chaining of distributed environmental services Analysis of ICT for sustainable urban environment Stimulation of an ICT-enabled environmental information service economy in Europe
(Joint Call with Energy Theme)

6.2 ICT for mobility of the future

6.3 ICT for energy efficiency

6.4 ICT for environmental services and climate change adaptation

6.5 Novel ICT solutions for Smart Electricity Distribution Networks

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ICT for Independent Living, Inclusion and Governance 7.1 ICT & Ageing
a b c a b c a b c Service robotics for ageing well Open Systems Reference Architectures, Standards and ICT Platforms for Ageing Well . RTD roadmaps and stakeholder coordination Embedded Accessibility of Future ICT ICT restoring and augmenting human capabilities compensating for people with reduced motor functions or disabilities RTD research agendas & coordination of constituencies. Governance and Participation Toolbox Policy Modelling, Simulation and Visualisation Roadmapping and Networking for ‘participation, governance and policy modelling’

7.2 Accessible and Assistive ICT

7.3 ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling

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A list of possible objectives 2009-2010 Future and Emerging Technologies 8.0 FET-Open Challenging current thinking 8.1 FET proactive 1 Concurrent Tera-device Computing
a b c a b c d Complexity of design and run-time of many-core heterogeneous systems Design of dependable systems with faulty components Breakthrough programming paradigms Quantum information theory, algorithms and paradigms Entanglement-enabled quantum technologies Scalability of quantum processing systems Long distance quantum communication

8.2 FET proactive 2 Quantum Information Foundations and Technologies

8.3 FET Proactive 3 Bio-chemistry-based Information Technology (CHEM-IT) 8.4 FET proactive 4 Human-Computer Confluence.
A b c a b a b a b c A b On-line perception of and interaction with massive volumes of data Unified experience, New forms of perception and action Creating awareness Dynamic self-expression, Foundations of Energy Harvesting at the nano-scale Self-powered autonomous nano-scale electronic devices physical implementations, supporting technologies for molecular-scale information devices and systems radically new characteristics and functionality Development of multi-scale models of information processing and communication in the brain and/or PNS Synthetic Hardware Implementations of Neural Circuits

8.5 FET proactive 5 Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems

8.6 FET Proactive 6 Towards Zero-Power ICT

8.7 FET proactive 7 Molecular Scale Devices and Systems

8.8 FET proactive 8 Brain Inspired ICT.

8.9 Coordinating Communities, Plans and Actions in FET Proactive Initiatives 8.10 Identifying new research topics, Assessing emerging global S&T trends in ICT for future FET Proactive initiatives Horizontal support actions 9.1 Horizontal support actions for international cooperation 9.2 Supplements to support International Cooperation between ongoing projects 9.3 General Accompanying Measures

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