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  1. ICT RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT IN MONTENEGRO PhD Bozo Krstajic, Center for Information Systems Milica Dakovic, Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognoses Aleksandra Radulovic, Center for Information Systems Conference “Towards an Information Societyfor the Western Balkans” Belgrade, December 2008

  2. ICT Institutional and regulatory framework Information society –TRANSITION & INNOVATION! • Institutions – IN TRANSITION Republic Secretariat for development Ministry for information society • Legislation – IN TRANSITION Telecommunication Law 2001 Electronic Communications Law 2008 • Strategic documents – IN TRANSITION Strategy for Information Society Development 2004 New Strategy 2008

  3. Strategy for information society development 2008-2013 Key elements/goals • ICT infrastructure • Institutional and regulatory framework • European goals and standards • E-education • E-business and E-banking • E-government • E-health • Registers of the population

  4. ICT trends in Montenegro Liberalization in telecommunication sector 3 mobile phone operators: ProMonte GSM T-Mobile M:Tel Three mobile phones per household in 2007 The highest mobile phone penetration rate in the region (168.6% in 2007)

  5. ICT indicators for Montenegro

  6. ICT research environment in MontenegroInstitutions 1/1 1. The Ministry of Education and Science Montenegrin Research and Education Network (MREN) (Networking, services for academic network, implementation of technological and development projects) 2. University of Montenegro • Fifteen faculties • Four scientific institutes Center for Information Systems (CIS) (Connecting and managing of IS, computer networks and software solutions for the University) Expansion of private high education in Montenegro: • UDG University • Mediterranean University

  7. ICT research environment in MontenegroInstitutions 1/2 ZAMTES • cooperation between the governmental and international institutions in area of science and education ISSP • National ICT research projects • ICT Survey ‘05, ‘06, ‘07

  8. ICT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/1

  9. ICT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/2 [1] Centre of Information System, http://www.cis.ac.me [2] University of Montenegro, http://www.ucg.ac.me [3] SEEREN-South East European Research and Education Network.

  10. ICT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/3

  11. ICT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/4

  12. NATIONAL ICT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/1

  13. NATIONAL ICT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/2

  14. INDENTIFIED ICT RESEARCH PRIORITIES FOR MONTENEGRO 1/1 ICT research priorities based on Montenegro’s readiness: • ICT for Government and E-Government • ICT for Enterprises and E-business • Internet and Broadband Technologies • Mobile technologies • Network Technologies

  15. INDENTIFIED ICT RESEARCH PRIORITIES FOR MONTENEGRO 1/2 ICT research priorities based on Montenegro’s potential: • Software engineering • ICT for learning and E-learning • ICT for health and E-health • ICT for Agriculture • Digital content and Digital libraries • Distributed Systems • Embedded and Pervasive systems • Knowledge Technologies

  16. SWOT ANALYSIS

  17. KEY POINTS AND CONCLUSIONS ME domain and its role in further research activities Problems and challenges: • Better understanding of FP7 Program • Better involvement of institutions and researchers • Better networking and lack of training related to FP7 • More efficient decision making process related to ICT • True and visible readiness to achieve goals given in the Strategy

  18. THANK YOU! Milica Dakovic mild@t-com.me Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognoses www.isspm.org