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16th- 17th October 2008. Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme - a pro-active effort assisted by FTA tools. Third International Seville Conference on Future-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA): Impacts and implications for policy and decision-making. Joseph R.F. Hsu

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Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

16th- 17th October 2008

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme

- a pro-active effort assisted by FTA tools

Third International Seville Conference onFuture-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA):Impacts and implications for policy and decision-making

Joseph R.F. Hsu

Science and Technology Division

Taipei Representative Office in the European Union

Peter Chung-Yu Wu

Taiwan’s National Science and Technology

Program for System-on-Chip

National Chiao Tung University


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Introduction: Taiwan

Korea

Taiwan

(Formosa)


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Introduction: EU/Taiwan area and population

Taiwan:36,000 Km2

Taiwan:23 million


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Introduction: EU/Taiwan GDP per capita

Taiwan:15,271 (2005)


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Introduction: Taiwan in academics and innovation

Year 2006 Ranking:

Scientific papers (SCI) 17th

Engineering papers (EI) 11th

US patents granted: 4th

(after US, Japan, and Germany)

Source: NSC-Taiwan


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Introduction: Taiwan major strength (2007)

Source: MIC/III, January 2007


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Methodology: Taiwan

Industry Foresight

90 nm

60 nm

45 nm

32 nm

22 nm

???

R&D Foresight: Nat’l S&T Plan (every 4 yr)


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Methodology: Innovation infrastructure and R&D

National Laboratories

National S&T Programs


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

High-Tech Manufacture: Science Parks

Source: NSC-Taiwan


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

High-Tech Manufacture: Science Parks

Tainan (Southern Taiwan) Science Park

Optoelectronics

Hsinchu Science Park

Semiconductor (Integrated Circuits)

Source: NSC-Taiwan


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Taiwan participates EU’s Framework Programme

Milestones:

Oct 7 2003: Financial Agreement between EU and Taiwan signed

€ 70,000 contributed by Taiwan for

participating in each EU FP6 project

FP6 (since 2003): 16 projects

FP7 (so far): 18 submission, already 4 successful projects

FP7: letter of exchange (on progress)

Sep 10 2008: Taiwan’s National Contact Point (NCP-Taiwan) established


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Establishing EU-Taiwan FP cooperation platform

Action plan and expected outcome

Bilateral S & T Visit

Signing MOUs

(Memoranda of Understanding)

Collecting and Analyzing

S &T Information

Cooperation on

Exchanging Researchers

Holding Bilateral Scientific Research Symposia

Training of S&T Related Researchers, Doctoral student and PostDoc

Cooperation on Joint Research Projects

International Cooperation on Cutting-edge Research Projects

Sharing Research Achievement and Resources

Exchange of S&T related Information

Become Partners for International S&T Research


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Taiwan’s participation in FP6 SARS projects

2003 Mar. SARS Outbreak

2003 Jun. Several meetings with EU experts in DG Research to discuss about Taiwan research team in EU FP6 SARS projects arranged

2003 Jul. EU Special Call for Proposal on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

2003 Jul. 22-23 Taiwan CDC delegation to visit GSK Belgium

2003 Dec.8-13 Taiwan-Netherlands-Belgium workshop on Epidemiology

2003 Jul. 7 “Visions and Strategies on Taiwan’s research team participating EU’s innovative SARS projects” by Hsu

http://belgium.nsc.gov.tw/NEWSLETTER/s-report/SP-0308/SP-0308001.htm

2004 Jan. 5-9 Dr. Willy SPAAN to Taiwan to discuss EU Taiwan SARS Cooperation

2003 Jul. EU’s Call sent back to NSC for Taiwan team

EU FP6: Control policy optimisation for SARS and other emerging infections : characterising transmission dynamics and estimating key epidemiological parameters

National Health Research Institutes, Taiwan

EU FP6: Effective and Acceptable Strategies for the Control of SARS in China and Europe

Center for Disease Control, Department of Health, Executive Yuan

EU FP6: Complementary Research Action to Support SARS-related Diagnostic, Therapeutics and Vaccine

Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Electro-Optical

LCD, Optical Communication,

Storage Devices

Internet Intra-net

Software, Routers

Protocols, Switches, Applications

Information

Appliances

PDA’s , Games

Humanities/Art

Design

IP Industry

Si-Soft

SOC, EDA,

IP, Products, Services

P-SOC

S/W O/S

System Integration

Energy

Batteries, Cells

Bio-Medical

Bio-Informatics,

Bio-chips, BME

Communications

Wireless, Satellite

Foundries

Packaging

Strength

Taiwan

Si-Hard

Foundry, GaAs

ODM/OEM, Services

MEMs

Civil/Environmental

Nano-Technology

Chemical

Material

Mechanical

Automotive, Aerospace

National System-on-Chip Program

Heterogeneous Giga Scale Integration for Better Life

  • Opportunity and Challenges

  • In Emerging New Industry

  • e.g. NeuroTechnology

    Revenue of $120.5B in 2006

    growing rate > 10%

    Neuro-Pharmaceutics ($101B)

    • Neuro-Engineering

    • Biomedical devices ($4.5B)

    • Prosthetics

    • Neural/muscle stimulation

    • Neuro-surgical

    • Diagnostic tools ($15B)

    • Bio-imaging

    • Bio-informatics

    • Neuroscience/cognition tools


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

Conclusions

Purpose of Foresight

obtain a challenging view of the future and an effective strategy

to promote human benefit;

to face global challenges

e.g., aging population, new energy (solar chips)

Foresight: EU and Taiwan

Taiwan’s high-tech manufacture can complement EU’s research

e.g., Biomedical Sensor-Taiwan,

D-Taiwan,

M-Taiwan (mobile wireless applications),

Solar Chip-Taiwan,

15nm Manufacture???…etc

FFF: Foresight Focus Formosa, Taiwan


Taiwan s participation in eu s framework programme a pro active effort assisted by fta tools

Taiwan’s Participation in EU’s Framework Programme Hsu and Wu

ERC,ECDC

2005

2010

2015

2020

2025

2030

EU Clean Energy

2002-2006

FP6

GNSS/GALILEO

R&D Expenditure GDP3%

Transportation

Top Universities in the world

SoC

BioTec

NanoTech

Polar Research

e-Europe

e-Health

2007-2013

FP7

Thank You

Joseph R. F. HSUe-mail: [email protected]

Peter Chung-Yu Wu

e-mail: [email protected]


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