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UKRAINE: ICT SCIENTIFIC POTENTIAL AND COOPERATION POSSIBILITIES. Lviv, Ukraine, 02 July 2009 Vadym Yashenkov, NIP Ukraine Deputy Director. Organisation of NIP Ukraine. Established pursuant to the Order # 514 of 01 August 2003 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

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UKRAINE: ICT SCIENTIFIC POTENTIAL AND COOPERATION POSSIBILITIES

Lviv, Ukraine, 02 July 2009

Vadym Yashenkov, NIP Ukraine Deputy Director


Organisation of NIP Ukraine

  • Established pursuant to the Order # 514 of 01 August 2003 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

  • Hosted by Kyiv State Centre for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information

  • INTAS Help Desk: March 2004 – December 2006


Principal objectives

  • Fostering integration of Ukrainian scientific community into the European Research Area (ERA)

  • Involvement of SMEs into the European research programmes to increase competitiveness of this sector

  • Operating as a part of NIP/NCP network


Principal activities

  • Collection and dissemination of information on the EU research programmes

  • Organization of the awareness raising activities in Ukraine: seminars, conferences and workshops

  • Providing consultations and trainings to develop practical skills in project writing and management

  • Establishing and maintaining contacts with Ukrainian and foreign scientific and research institutions

  • Ensuring assistance in partner search

  • Participation in FP projects


NIP Ukraine Network

  • Dnipropetrovs’k: Dnipropetrovs’k Centre for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information

  • Donets’k: Donets’k National University

  • Ivano-Frankivs’k: Prycarpattya National University after V.Stefanyk

  • Lviv: Lviv State Centre for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information

  • Odessa: Odessa National University named after I.I.Mechnikov

  • Simferopol: Tavrida National V.I.Vernadsky University

  • Uzhgorod: Uzhgorod National University

  • Zaporizhzhya: Zaporizhzhya State Centre for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information


NIP Ukraine’s Experience in FP6 Projects

  • Scenarios for Coordinated Approach to Sustainable S&T Cooperation with the Eastern Neighbors of the EU-SCOPE-EAST

  • Strengthening Cooperation between European Research Area and NIS – ERANIS

  • Promoting International Cooperation for Environmental Research Through Dissemination and Networking Activities-INT-ER-LINK

  • Support for Participants in ICT Priority by Network for IST under the Transition to the 7th Framework Programme – IDEAL-IST7fp


NIP Ukraine’s Experience in FP7 Projects

  • S&T International Cooperation Network for Eastern European and Central Asian Countries - IncoNet EECA

  • Extending ICT Research Co-operation between the European Union, Eastern Europe and the Southern Caucasus – EXTEND

  • Enhancing the bilateral S&T partnership with Ukraine – BILAT-UKR

  • Networking on Science and Technology in the Black Sea Region – BS-ERA.NET


Structure of Science Management in Ukraine


Structure of Institutions Implementing Scientific and S&T Works (in %, by sectors)


Number of Researchers Who Implemented S&T Works(in thousands)

449,9

450,0

400,0

350,0

300,0

262,5

233,3

250,0

215,0

199,4

188,0

178,0

170,6

181,5

173,9

173,6

200,0

160,8

150,0

100,0

50,0

0,0

1991

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006


Financing of S&T(in % to GDP)


Financing of Science in Ukraine

  • State budget 36.6%

    (4% for international S&T co-op)

  • Domestic customers 29.9%

  • Foreign customers 24.9%

  • Funds of research institutions 6.4%

  • Other sources 2.2%

    Total amount (in 2006) 5.535 bln. UAH


Policy Base for S&T Cooperation with Ukraine

  • EC-Ukraine S&T Co-operation Agreement

  • EU-Ukraine Action Plan

  • European Neighbourhood Policy


Basic Laws of Ukraine for ICT

  • On Scientific and S&T Activities (adopted in 1991; revised in 1998)

  • On S&T Development Priorities (2001; new draft - 2007)

  • On Scientific and S&T Examination (1995)

  • On S&T Information (1993)

  • On the National Programme on Informatization of Ukraine (1998-2001)

  • On Specifics of Legal Activities Regime of NASU, Sector-related Academies of Sciences and Their Property Status (2002)


Information and Communication Technologies

  • ICT Technology Pillars

  • Integration of Technologies

  • Applications Research

  • Future and Emerging Technologies


ICT Importance

  • Key enabler for productivity growth competitiveness

  • Important sector in its own right

  • Facilitator for more efficient public services

  • Providing tools for addressing societal challenges

  • Underpinning progress in all S&T fields


ICT Technology Pillars

  • Nano-electronics, photonics & integratedmicro/nano-systems

  • Ubiquitous and unlimited capacity communication networks

  • Embedded systems, computing and control

  • Software, grids, security and dependability

  • Knowledge, cognitive and learning systems

  • Simulation, visualisation, interaction and mixed realities

  • New perspectives emerging in ICT drawingon other science and technology disciplines


Integration of Technologies

  • Personal environments

  • Home environments

  • Robotic systems

  • Intelligent infrastructures


Applications Research

  • ICT meeting societal challenges

  • ICT for content, creativity and personal development

  • ICT supporting businesses and industry

  • ICT for trust and confidence


Participation in FP6 Projects


FP6: Links of Ukraine with the EUNumber of Participants


Preliminary Results of Participation in FP7(as for 23.03.09)


FP7: Links of Ukraine with the EUNumber of Proposals


Upcoming Calls for Proposals

  • ICT Call 5: open 31.07.2009 – 03.11.2009

    Budget: 722 mln. euro

  • ICT Call 6: open 24.11.2009 – 13.04.2010

    Budget: 286 mln. Euro

  • FET Open: open 19.11.2008 – 31.12.2010

    Budget: 61 mln. Euro


ICT Call 5: 31.07.2009 – 03.11.2009


ICT Call 6: 24.11.2009 – 13.04.2010


Thank you for your attention!


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