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Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap Working Group Open Meeting 31 st March 2011. Draft Agenda and presentation templates. Nick Wainwright HP Labs. http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_Research_Roadmap. Materials for Phone Conf 14 th March ‘11. Objectives for the workshop
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Future Internet AssemblyResearch Roadmap Working GroupOpen Meeting 31st March 2011 Draft Agenda and presentation templates Nick WainwrightHP Labs http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_Research_Roadmap
Materials for Phone Conf 14th March ‘11 • Objectives for the workshop • Contributions to the meeting • Suggested session format • Proposed agenda • Presentation templates
Objectives for the Open Meeting • Share high level inputs across the entire FI space • From FISA projects • From submitted contributions • Validate inputs through discussion, debate • Interactive! • See the ‘Big Picture’ emerge from the contributions • Priorities, impacts, potential for disruption, … • Capture all discussions for subsequent input
Inputs from the Support Actions • FISA WG members will play a significant role in the workshop • Big topics, assertion, not justification • Timescale – in line with FP8 needs • Short presentations (5 min!) SEE TEMPLATE • Changes and developments that impact / affect your area • Vision for how the FI contributes to the Future Economy and Digital Society • Challenges to realize the vision; gaps and barriers • Solutions and implied RTD needs • Validation through discussion • Inputs from individuals • How many so far?
Session formats • Four main sessions • Thematic along different perspectives • Future Economy perspective, • Internet Technology perspective, • Digital Society perspective • Open contributions • Contributions • Use FISA members for the first three, open contributions for the final session • Interactive • Position statement,, open discussion • Three or four speakers (5 min each, 20 min total) • SEE TEMPLATE • Discussion including all attendees • Is it complete? What are the challenges? What are the timescales.
Suggested Agenda • Introduction (10.00-10.20) • Future Economy Perspective(10.30-11.30) • Cities, Economics, Enterprise • Internet Technology Perspective (11.30-12.30) • Networks, Media, Things, Services • Lunch 12.30-1.30 • Digital Society Perspective (1.30-2.30) • Security, Society, Testbeds, • Open contributions (2.30-3.30) • Contributions received • Closing discussion (3.30-4.00) • Can we see the priorities: big themes, impact, disruptive potential?
Suggested Agenda(Annotated with contributors) • Introduction (10.00-10.30) • Future Economy Perspective(10.30-11.30) • Cities, Economics, Enterprise • (Fireball, Seserve, Ensemble) • Internet Technology Perspective (11.30-12.30) • Networks, Media, Things, Services • EuroNF, NextMedia, IOTI, SOFI • Lunch 12.30-1.30 • Digital Society Perspective (1.30-2.30) • Security, Society, Testbeds • (Effectsplus, Paradiso, MyFire), • Open contributions (2.30-3.30) • Contributions received • (from list of contributors) • Closing discussion (3.30-4.00) • Can we see the priorities: big themes, impact, disruptive potential? This slide annotated with suggested presentation sources from WG members, may not be complete, needs further discussion
Suggested slide template for presentations 31st March 2011: 6 slides maximum
(1) Introduction • Project title (Support Action, Coordinating Action) • Short description of the Project objective and area covered by the project • Presenter information
(2) Changes and developments • What are the key changes and developments in the area covered by the Support Action • Dimensions may include technology, business, society, human
(3) Vision • What is your project’s vision for how the Future Internet contributes to the Future Economy and Digital Society • Period covers 2014 - 2020
(4) Challenges • What are the key challenges for realising this vision • What are the gaps and bottlenecks for realising this vision • Dimensions may include technology, business, society, human
(5) Solutions and implied RTD needs • What are the solutions needed for realising the vision and addressing the challenges • What are the implied RTD needs that should be covered in FP8
Future Internet Support Actions (FISA) • SeServ – FI Socio-Economics (D1) • EURO-NF – Networks (D1) • NextMedia – Future Content Networks (D2) • SOFI – Services (D3) • IOT-I – Real World Internet (D4) • FIRE – FIRESTATION (F4) • EFFECTSPLUS – Security and Trust (F5) • Political/Socioeconomic – Paradiso2 (F4) • Living Labs/Smart Cities – Fireball (F4) • Testbeds – MyFire (F4) • Mobile – MOSQUITO (D3) • Search – Chorus+ (D2) • Enterprise – ENSEMBLE (D4)
How is the roadmap different from all the other FP8 inputs What do we need to address? FIA Research Roadmap integrates across all challenges and research areas People Socio-economic Services Trust & Security Business What’s our vision? End Users Things Networks Internet research Media Future Internet Transport What are the gaps and challenges, what’s hard Inform-ation Societal Challenges Environ-ment What hi-value, hi-risk, transformational approches might we take Others Healthcare Cities Energy
New research with significant impact during and beyond FP8 Impact 2020+ FP8 Starts
Four Key Questions About Each Area • What are significant changes between now and 2020+ in this topic area? What are the drivers of change? • What is your vision for 2020+ in this topic/area? • What are the hard challenges, big gaps, what will be difficult, significant barriers to achieving this vision? • What radical approaches, disruptive technologies, new ideas might be solutions to these challenges?
Timeline – FIA Roadmap • Sept 2010 - FIA road-mapping launched ICT2010 • Dec 2010 – Roadmap working meeting, Ghent • Jan 2011 - Roadmap structure complete • Jan 31st contributors signed up though FISA support projects • Feb / March– Receive contributions – How to do this for Challenge1? • March 31st Open meeting Brussels – Open to all • April – prepare first draft • May – presentation and public review at FIA Budapest • June – out for review • September – FIA Roadmap v1
FAQ • How much detail do you need in response to the questions? • Short is good; keep to high level points, one or two pages will be sufficient in most cases. • I am not sure how to interpret the questions: they are quite general. Where should I start? • There are many ways to do this and some will start with technology, some with societal challenges, some with a vision for Future Internet, but for each topic we want people to write about the future, their vision, the challenges and gaps, and how they might be addressed. • Our interests cover more than one topic; Can we respond to more than one? • Yes, of course, please find the most appropriate topic to respond under. • There are a number of facets to topic X that we would like to address. • Sure! break it down into sub-topics as you see fit, but please try to keep the topics ‘big enough’ to provoke significant inputs. • How did you arrive at this list of topics? • We used the structure of the framework programme so that research communities could pick up from there significant “societal challenges”, and some topics came out of our workshop in Ghent. • The topic I want to address isn’t listed - can I add a new one? • Sure, please identify the topic and respond accordingly. Our list isn’t meant to be prescriptive, and we’ll use the inputs; but, as above, please try to keep to keep topics big enough. • Will each topic form a heading in the final roadmap? • No, we’ll organise the report around the questions, not the topics. However individual responses will be published on the Wiki for future reference.