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Information Society Technologies in the 6th Framework Programme. Context, rationale, Content, Instruments WP 2003-2004 Khalil Rouhana Head of sector European Commission, IST programme Workprogramme coordination and cross programme themes. Outline of presentation. IST within FP6

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    1. Information Society Technologiesin the 6th Framework Programme Context, rationale, Content, Instruments WP 2003-2004 Khalil Rouhana Head of sector European Commission, IST programme Workprogramme coordination and cross programme themes

    2. Outline of presentation • IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority • Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Examples

    3. ERA-a new context for EU supported RTD • Moving to a European level Research policy • Strengthen co-operation between National and EU Activities • Improve links between National and EU policies and schemes • Supports enlargement • Development of a “shared vision” on European RTD • Potential for co-funding arrangements • FP6 is a major instrument to realise ERA • Realising ERA will require • New thinking: more strategic and goal oriented • New approach: concentration, critical mass and flexibility • New scope: taking account of the international dimension of RTD(greater awareness of who’s doing what) • New instruments: Integrated Projects (IPs) & Networks of Excellence (NoEs) FP6 is not business as usual!

    4. The components of FP6

    5. ~200M€ for GEANT/GRID ~100M€ for GEANT/GRID 16270 M€ FP6 Budget breakdown • Focussing and Integrating • Genomics 2255 M€ • Information Society Technologies 3625 M€ • Nanotechnologies, int.. 1300 M€ • Aeronautics and space 1075 M€ • Food quality and safety 685 M€ • Sustainable development 2120 M€ • Citizens and governance .. 225 M€ • Anticipation of S&T needs • Anticipating needs 555 M€ • SMEs 430 M€ • Specific INCO 315 M€ • Strengthening ERA foundations 320 M€ • Structuring ERA • Research and Innovation 290 M€ • Human resources 1580 M€ • Research Infrastructures 655 M€ • Science/Society 80 M€ • Joint Research Centre 760 M€

    6. Outline of presentation • IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority • Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Examples

    7. IST in FP6 - objectives & strategy • Main objectives • Establishing Europe’s leadership in the technologies at the heart of the knowledge economy and society • Strengthening Europe’s competitiveness & technology base • Building the information and knowledge society for ALL • Strategy • Concentration and focus, building critical mass • Visionary, forward looking (longer term / high risk) • Combine flexibility with greater speed in implementation • Scope of activities: Core technologies & “pull-through” applications

    8. The IST vision • Bringing the users, “people”, to the foreground…..….. to the “centre of our attention” • building trustful technologies for the background (almost invisible) • Making technology “adapt” to people and business needs • Moving to an era where …..“Our surrounding is the interface’ to IST applications & services” • Exploring beyond “the PC, screens & keyboard interfaces”... • Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues ….. • supported by computing & networking • ‘everywhere’, embedded in everyday objects(e.g: furniture, clothes, vehicles, smart materials, …)

    9. Towards an “all inclusive knowledge society” • IST today • PC based ………………………………… • “Writing and reading” ….…………….…. • “Word” based information search ….…… • Low bandwidth, separate networks …..…. • Mobile telephony (voice) ……………….. • Micro scale ……………………………… • Silicon based ….………………………… • eServices just emerging ………………… • Only 5% of global population on-line …. “Ambient Intelligence” tomorrow “Our surrounding” is the interface Use all senses, intuitive Context-based knowledge handling Infinite bandwidth, convergence, .. Mobile/Wireless full multimedia Nano-scale + new materials Wide adoption (eHealth, eLearning, …) >70% of world-wide population on line

    10. Security, privacy IPRs, dependabilty Smart cards,... Health, eInclusion, mobility, environment safety, cultural heritage GRIDS for science, engineering business and society E and m business, e and m work, Learning, egovernment Trust & Security IST for societal challenges IST for work & business challenges Demanding applications Applied IST for major societal and economic challenges Communication, computing & software technologies components & µsytems Knowledge & interface technologies  Communication & networking Software µ, nano & opto electronics µ and nano systems Knowledge technologies interfaces • Mobile: beyond 3G • Fixed:All optical • Integrated (IPv6) • Audiovisual systems • Embedded • Distributed • Reliability • Adaptability • CMOS : the limit • System-on-Chip • Nano-scale • New materials • Multidiscplines • New Sensing • Networked • New materials • Nano-scale • Context based • Semantic based • Agent based • Scaleable • All senses • Multilingual • Intuitive • ‘Surrounding’ anywhere, anytime, anywhere, any service, for all’ core technologies & “pull-through” applications

    11. Future & Emerging Technologies • More exploratory and visionary research • Helping new IST-related S&T fields and communities to emerge • Complementary to • other IST strategic objectives • other FP6 ‘Anticipating S&T needs / frontier research’ (new fields / multidisciplinary work) • Open scheme: openess to unforeseeable ideas • Proactive initiatives: critical mass where focus is needed • e.g. ‘beyond robotics’, ‘complex systems research’

    12. GEANT + GRIDs in FP6 FP6 goals FP5 results 100+ Gigabit/s, Terabit/s,- progressive inclusion in schools 10Gigabit/s, EU + NAS GÉANT Mediterranean& Latin America International Global connectivity Large scale GRIDs platforms(virtual communities) GRIDs Initial pilots Next Generation Internet solutionsfor the Research Community IPv6, Quality of Service Test-beds

    13. Outline of presentation • IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority • Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Examples

    14. Workprogrammes in FP6 - main content • Provides further details on …the Scientific and technical content of the calls • based on the Specific Programme text • Defines the evaluation and selection criteria • common set derived from the rules for participation • additional criteria depending on objectives • Defines the terms of the calls for proposals • objectives to be called for • distribution of budget between old and new instruments • weights and thresholds of criteria to be used • including participation eligibility criteria • Updated as appropriate • every year for IST

    15. Reports on the WEB www.cordis.lu/ist Workprogramme 2003-4: Process • Legal basis • Framework Programme, Specific Programme • Rules for Participation • Wide consultation • ISTC - IST Committee • ISTAG - IST Advisory Group • Programme Consultation Meetings • Call for Expressions of Interest • ‘Internal Reflection Groups’ and workshops • Portfolio & Lessons Learned • IPPA - Integrated Programme Portfolio Analysis • Responses to previous Calls for Proposals • Experience from past and on-going projects

    16. IST Workprogramme 2003- 04: Approach • A two year WP • A limited number of calls: Three over two years • Concentration on a limited set of « Strategic Objectives » • 12 “Strategic Objectives” in 2003,11 in 2004 • ~2/3 of budget targeted to new instruments

    17. First WP covers all topics of the SP IST Workprogramme - budget phasing Planning over 4 years Two calls drawing on 2003 and 2004 budgets Second WP (covers also all topics of SP) with updated focus

    18. The strategic objectives: what do they describe? For each objective, the WP: • Defines the goals to be achieved with RTD in Europe • Focuses on the parts that need to be addressed with the EU effort • Provides guidance on the types of instruments that need to be supported • Identifies the links with member-states activities • Identifies links with policies,,e.g. eEurope,..

    19. Defining the SOs: Five main groups (1) • Reinforce leadership where Europe has demonstrated strengths, e.g. • mobile communications and services, broadband communications • micro-opto electronics & µsystems, • networked audiovisual systems... • Security and dependability,… • Seize new opportunities that arise from the ‘AmI’ vision and address weaknesses / threats critical for its realisation, e.g. • multimodal interfaces, semantic-based knowledge handling,.. • embedded systems, integration of sensing & actuating devices, ... • Knowledge and computing GRIDs

    20. Defining the SOs: five main groups (2) • Continued support to leading / challenging applications, responding to emerging needs, e.g. • eHealth, eInclusion, eLearning and culture, • Entertainment and leisure content • business support tools, networked organisations,... • Support to research at the frontier of knowledge • FET open • FET proactive • Cognitive science • Support to infrastructure development • Research networking test beds • Open development platforms • IST for safety in transport, risk management,..

    21. i Indicative call sequence & topics (1) Technology components Integrated systems Sectorial Applications

    22. Indicative call sequence & topics Technology components Integrated systems Sectorial Applications + Services and Products engineering 2010 : Joint call with priority 3

    23. FET and Research Networking • FET: Two schemes • Open, continuous call for STREPS, CAS and SSAs • Proactive: • three initiatives in Call1 • Research Networking • Test beds on GEANT and GRIDs • Complements the Research Infrastructure activity

    24. Budget allocation • 80% of budget pre-allocated • 20 % flexible, to be allocated after evaluation • Five groups of objectives • Strengthening leadership Marked increase (~27%) • Seizing opportunities Substantial increase (~45%) • Ensuring co-evolution Same level • Infrastructures Following Council decision • FET Following commitment • Allocation only for the first two years: To be revised for 2005-2006 • ~2/3 of budget on new instruments (all together not per objective)

    25. Call 1

    26. Call 2

    27. Continous submission and the Joint Call • Continous submission • Only for FET open • Open on 17 December 2002 • Proposals receivable starting 10/02/2003 • Two stage proposal scheme • The Joint Call with Priority 3 • Services and Products engineering 2010 • IST budget (pre-allocated) 25 MEuro • PTY 3 budget: 35 MEuro • Open to IPs, NoEs in two stage procedure • CAs and SSAs in one stage

    28. Outline of presentation • IST within FP6 • Structure and budget • The IST Priority • Objectives, vision & content • IST workprogramme 2003-2004 • Main features • Focus and priorities • Roadmap of calls and budgets • Strategic objectives • FP6 Instruments in IST • Reminder of new and traditional instruments • Examples

    29. Call 1 Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS 75 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • semiconductor devices shrunk by an order of magnitude • alternative devices • design in-time and at cost of reliable systems-on-chip or systems-in-package • Research Tasks • materials, equipment, processes, packaging : nano-CMOS, the high-frequency challenge, lithography; new devices, new on-chip wiring • design methods and tools: system-level SoC design, reconfigurable systems; SoC design standardisation and training

    30. Call 1 Micro and nano systems 85 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • cost-efficiency, performance and functionality • level of integration and miniaturisation • improved interfacing and networking • Research Tasks • technology, design and industrialisation of sensors, actuators, other devices, MST components, microsystemsand the integration technology • system level packaging and interconnect • micro-nano technology • large area systems integration

    31. Call 1 Broadband for all 60 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • single access network physical infrastructure shared by multiple services • broader/faster, lower costs, enhanced intelligence and functionality • Research Tasks • multi-service capability • increased bandwidth capacity • low cost access network equipment • network management, control and protocols

    32. Call 1 Mobile & wireless systems beyond 3G 90 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • heterogeneous and generalised wireless access network • support for mobility, security, Quality of Service, scalability • Research Tasks • reconfigurability • spectrum resource management • global roaming • inter-working

    33. Call 1 Towards a global dependability and security framework 55 M Euro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • security and dependability of ICT infrastructures • trust and confidence in the use of IST • Research Tasks • security and mobility, virtual identity management, privacy enhancing technologies • dependable network and information systems • simulation-based management decision support tools for critical infrastructure protection • crypto technologies, digital assets management • smart devices, biometrics, security certification, forensic technologies

    34. Call 1 Multimodal interfaces • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • natural and adaptive multimodal interfaces, that respond intelligently to speech and language, vision, gesture, haptics and other senses • Research Tasks • interaction between and among humans and the virtual and physical environment • multilingual systems 65 MEuro

    35. Call 1 Semantic-based knowledge systems 55 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • semantic-based and context-aware systems to acquire, organise, process, share and use the knowledge embedded in multimedia content • Research Tasks • semantic-enabled systems and services facilitating multimedia content mining • knowledge-based adaptive systems combining semantically enriched content with ‘anytime-anywhere inferencing’

    36. Call 1 Networked audiovisual systems & home platforms • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • open trusted and interoperable multimedia user platforms and devices • notably for broadcasting and in-home platforms • Research Tasks • co-operating IP Audio-Visual networks, multimedia streaming, and storage and management appliances • adaptive Quality of Services for scalable audio-visual flows on heterogeneous networks • access to streamed and stored audiovisual media from any device, from anywhere in the home • more intuitive interaction with hybrid 3D multimedia signals and objects 60 MEuro

    37. Call 1 Networked businesses and governments 75 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • organisational networking, process integration, and sharing of resources • Research Tasks • management of dynamic collaborative networks • technologies for interoperability • e-government platforms, applications and multi-modal services • knowledge management

    38. Call 1 eSafety for road and air transport 65 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • integrated and global approach to intelligent road vehicles and aircraft; which offers higher safety and value added services • Research Tasks • on-board safety systems that assist the driver in road vehicle control • airborne collision avoidance systems for aircraft • location based value added services • vehicle and information infrastructure management systems

    39. Call 1 eHealth 70 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • ubiquitous management of citizens’ health status • assistance to health professionals • integration into clinical practice • Research Tasks • biosensors and secure communication and their integration into wearable or implantable systems • decision support tools for prevention, diagnosis and treatment

    40. Call 1 Technology-enhanced learning and access to cultural heritage • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • systems and services forimproved access to Europe's knowledge and educational resources, including cultural and scientific collections • Research Tasks • learning systems and services in support of ubiquitous, experiential and contextualised learning and virtual collaborative learning communities • digital libraries services, environments for intelligent heritage and tourism, digital restoration and preservation 65 MEuro

    41. Call 2 Advanced displays 25 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • organic materials, lightweight near-to-the-eye information terminals and large size displays • Research Tasks • organic display technologies • display solutions for small form factor high information content communicators • overcoming today’s 3D multi-viewer dynamic visualisation complexity and limitations

    42. Call 2 Optical, opto-electronic, photonic functional components • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • photonic materials and heterostructures and their integration with microelectronic • optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEIC) for telecom, medical and environment • solid-state light sources to increase compactness, tunability and brightness • Research Tasks • materials, microoptics and micro- and nano-scale photonic structures • devices and integrated photonic circuits • sources: ultra-short pulse, microcavities and source array technologies 45 MEuro

    43. Call 2 Embedded systems 50 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • modelling, design & implementation of cost-efficient, high confidencehardware/software systems embedded in intelligent devices • Research Tasks • networked embedded systems, middleware for small wireless devices, self-organising platforms for ad-hoc networking, incl. advanced controls • system design, with focus on correct handling of complex constraints (including real time, advanced controls)

    44. Call 2 Open development platforms for software and services 55 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • open development and run-time environments for software and services • to support all phases of the software / service life-cycle • Research Tasks • system design, development and integration, addressing complexity, autonomy, composability • development environments, supporting different adaptable development processes, across the development life-cycle • workflows for co-operative and distributed development

    45. Call 2 Cognitive systems 25 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • systems that can perceive, understand and interact with their environment, achieving human-like performance • Research Tasks • robust and adaptive cognitive systems integrating perception, reasoning, representation and learning • capable of interpretation, physical interaction and communication in real-world environments

    46. Call 2 Applications and services for the mobile user and worker • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • services being seamlessly accessed and provided anywhere, anytime • enabling new business models, new ways of working, improved customer relations and government services • Research Tasks • services that deploy wearable interfaces, enabling context-sensitivity, user profiling and personalisation, multiple modes of interaction • collaboration of multi-location and mobile workers • major hurdles for deployment of services for the mobile user 60 MEuro

    47. Call 2 Cross-media content for leisure and entertainment • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • multimedia technologies enabling multi-channel, cross-platform access to media, entertainment and leisure content • covering the full digital content chain • Research Tasks • new, compelling forms of content • integrated content programming environments 55 MEuro

    48. Call 2 GRID-based systems for complex problem solving 45 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • computing and knowledge Grids and peer-to-peer approaches to solving complex problems • Research Tasks • next generation GRID : security, programming environments, resource management; business models for new services, customisable middleware, interoperability with existing GRID and Webservices • enabling application technologies : modelling, simulation, datamining, visualisation, process control, remote operation; collaborative working in dynamic virtual organisations

    49. Call 2 Improving risk management • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • improved risk management, civil security applications and environmental management • Research Tasks • integrated system for the prevention and the management of emergencies • prevention and management of industrial and terrorist threats • environmental and crisis management 30 MEuro

    50. Call 2 eInclusion 30 MEuro • Key Objectives & Breakthroughs • equal access and participation for all • persons with disabilities and ageing citizens • Research Tasks • interfaces, sensors and robotics to be integrated in assistive devices • improved web usability for digitally disadvantaged persons • intelligent housing for persons with special needs