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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

UKRAINE: ICT SCIENTIFIC POTENTIAL AND COOPERATION POSSIBILITIES

Lviv, Ukraine, 02 July 2009

Vadym Yashenkov, NIP Ukraine Deputy Director


Organisation of nip ukraine

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

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

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

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

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

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 Science Management in Ukraine


Structure of institutions implementing scientific and s t works in by sectors

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


Number of researchers who implemented s t works in thousands

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 S&T(in % to GDP)


Financing of science in ukraine

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

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

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

Information and Communication Technologies

  • ICT Technology Pillars

  • Integration of Technologies

  • Applications Research

  • Future and Emerging Technologies


Ict importance

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

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

Integration of Technologies

  • Personal environments

  • Home environments

  • Robotic systems

  • Intelligent infrastructures


Applications research

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

Participation in FP6 Projects


Fp6 links of ukraine with the eu number of participants

FP6: Links of Ukraine with the EUNumber of Participants


Preliminary results of participation in fp7 as for 23 03 09

Preliminary Results of Participation in FP7(as for 23.03.09)


Fp7 links of ukraine with the eu number of proposals

FP7: Links of Ukraine with the EUNumber of Proposals


Upcoming calls for 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 5: 31.07.2009 – 03.11.2009


Ict call 6 24 11 2009 13 04 2010

ICT Call 6: 24.11.2009 – 13.04.2010


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!


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