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Integrated Projects & Networks of Excellence

Examples

Khalil Rouhana

Head of sector

European Commission, IST programme

Workprogramme coordination and cross programme themes

example of implementation in ist

Integrated Projects

Current Industrial strength / presence

« Monolitihic »

Incremental

Integrated Projects

Targeted Research Projects

Networks of Excellence

Industrial exploitation

Fundamental research

Basicresearch

Industry-driven research

Example of implementation in IST
integrated projects purpose
Integrated Projects - purpose
  • Designed to support research that is …..objective and result driven
    • clearly defined objectives and results
  • Each IP should
    • integrate the types of activities needed to obtain the goals
    • integrate the critical mass of resources needed to obtain the goals
    • integrate all elements of technology / value chain ….to attain high-impact goals
    • support industry (large & SME) collaboration with academia
addressing the needed elements of the value chain 2

Integrated Project

Industry

Other sources (EIB)

Eureka

FP6

Addressing the needed elements of the value chain (2)

In microsystems…

process optimisation / pre-production

module integration / device prototyping

module development

Combining

funding sources

advance technology options & roadmaps

MSs

Time to market

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All needed elements of the value chain (3): Technology-applications

MST and M@NT based applications / systems

nano-microsystems as components

IP

(nano- micro-) Packaging, Interconnect & Assembly

nano & micro

Actuating

Devices

nano & micro

Passive

Structures

nano & micro

Sensing

Devices

nano & micro

Processing

Devices

nano-micro-optics

Techniques, nano- micro-magnetic

& nano-micro-mechanics

Materials, nano-micro-electronics

& nano- micro-fluids

Effects. nano-micro-biomedical nano-micro-chemical

nano- .........................

integration along the innovation cycle

Best practice

IP

Take-up, trials

Industry driven research

Basic research

Integration along the innovation cycle

Adoption

Time

potential evolution of an integrated project

ApplicationVision2008-2010

technology / application RTD project

roadmap + single objective

Workpackage

Workpackage

Workpackage

Workpackage

RTD + demonstration + take-up

Workpackage

Workpackage

Spin-off resultsCall for trials

Add partners e.g. SMES

Call for trials

Add partners e.g. SMEs

Call for IP’s in application domain

Call to extend and complete

Call for integration of results

Potential evolution of an Integrated Project

Proposed project roadmap

integrated projects possible implementations

“Monolithic”

  • partners known at outset
  • tasks identified
  • budget known
  • “Incremental” participation
  • tasks identified
  • budget known
  • not all participants are in
  • “Incremental” funding
  • objectives known
  • technology roadmap known
  • tasks to be completed
  • budget to be changed
  • participants as well
Integrated Projects - possible implementations
networks of excellence objectives
Networks of Excellence - objectives
  • To reinforce or strengthen ….scientific and technological excellenceon a given research topic
    • by integrating the critical mass of expertise needed to provide European leadership and be a world force
    • around a Joint programme of activity (JPA)
  • Structuring European research by …integrating research capacities across Europe.
    • Durable integration
    • To progress knowledge on a particular theme
  • Overcome the fragmentation of European research
  • To act as a “Virtual Centre of Excellence”
  • To spread excellence beyond the partners
noe aims at integrating shaping research

The JPA

Partner 2

Partner 1

Partner 2

Partner 2

Partner1

Integrating activities

“Binding”

Partner1

Partner 4

Partner 4

Partner 4

Partner 3

Partner 3

Partner 3

with the NoE

Coordinated

NoE - aims at integrating & shaping research

The NoE field

RTD activities in Europe before the NoE(today)

example
Example
  • Situation before the network:
    • good isolated research teams in Europe
    • fragmented effort, redundancy of work, multiplication of effort on basic research tools such as software libraries etc…
    • a huge gap with US, Japan in terms of quality of deliverables and impact
    • links to industry very sparse
  • The network:
    • Brings together between 8 to 15 the best teams in Europe
    • Between 50 and 150 researchers per year
    • EU funds are a small part of the total effort
    • Helps emerge common research work between ALL team members
    • Fosters exchange of knowledge, coordination of activities,
    • buillds links with the US, Japan,…
    • Common deliverables, co-written papers and common research tools
example1
Example
  • Main outcomes
    • Solid research community with coordinated activities
    • common software libraries incorporating all advances brought by all teams
    • agreement on common open standards, methodologies for data representations, for visualisation , for problems handling....
    • From coordination to common programmes..
    • Wider dissemination of activities to SMEs, etc..