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Information Society Technologies (IST) KA1 Systems and Services for the Citizen. 6th Call, Information Day - Friday 2nd February, 2001 GENERAL INFORMATION. DG Information Society European Commission. M. Richonnier. IST -KA1 - Info Day - 02.02.2001. DISCLAIMER

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    1. Information Society Technologies (IST)KA1 Systems and Services for the Citizen 6th Call, Information Day - Friday 2nd February, 2001 GENERAL INFORMATION DG Information Society European Commission M. Richonnier

    2. IST -KA1 - Info Day - 02.02.2001 DISCLAIMER Aspects of these presentations interpret legal documents. It is the legal documents and not the presentations that are legally binding. M. Richonnier

    3. Objectives of the Information Day • To help you make a better proposal • To receive quality proposals • To answer any questions • To allow you to network • The slides will be on Cordis • The participants list will be published on Cordis (if no objections) M. Richonnier

    4. Agenda: Morning • 09h15 – 09h45 Objectives/focus of 6th Call- M. Richonnier • 09h45 – 10h05 Preparing a Proposal - W. Van Puymbroeck • 10h05 - 10h25 Overview of areas HEALTH - J-C Healy PERSONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS - H. Haglund ADMINISTRATIONS - G. Santucci • 10h25 - 10H40Presentation of Protool - A. Burgueno • 10h40 – 11h00 Questions and Answers • 11h00 - 11h30 Coffee Break + move to parallel sessions • 11h30 – 13h00 Parallel sessions by area M. Richonnier

    5. Agenda: Afternoon • 13h00 - 14h00 Lunch • 14h00 - 16h30 Ad-Hoc meetings by area * Partnering, marriage brokerage.. * Discussions with Commission staff * ... • 16h30 - 17h00 Parallel sessions by area * Final discussion M. Richonnier

    6. Vision of the IST programme ”Create an ambient intelligence landscape(for seamless delivery of services and applications)in Europe relying also upon testbeds andopen source software, develop user-friendliness,and develop and converge the networking infrastructure in Europe to world-class" M. Richonnier

    7. Vision of the IST - KA1“Ambient intelligence” • Beyond “ the screen and keyboard interface” • A knowledge society for ALL • “Our surrounding is the interface” to IST applications and services • Multi-sensorial interfaces supported by computing and networking: • everywhere • in everyday objects • offering natural interactions (voice, gesture etc.) M. Richonnier

    8. IST KA1 R&D paradigms • From data telematics (3rd FP) to multi-media telematics (4th FP) to ambient intelligence (5th FP) • Ambient intelligence = ubiquitous computing + ubiquitous communication + intelligent interfaces which will allow... • The realisation of innovative,user-friendly, intelligent and communicating application systems that will improvedelivery of services to users. M. Richonnier

    9. Reminder on IST • Visible part of integration: Cross Programme Actions and Integrated Application Platforms (12% of budget) = “the tip of the iceberg” • Application R&D (+/- 50% of the budget) combines both technology research and system integration • Genuine industrial participation with a view to exploitation of results M. Richonnier

    10. Key Action 1: Objectives • Exploit the potential offered by progress in “ambient intelligence” through RTD in new application systems for making general interest services user-friendly, dependable, cost-effective and interoperable.  improve competitiveness & meet user demands M. Richonnier

    11. Key Action 1:Aim 1. Innovativeapplication systems, i.e. systems that will be new at the end of the project 2. That have significant exploitation potential Innovative integration - progress wrt state of the art New IST components M. Richonnier

    12. Key Action 1:Focus • Improving impact: • Critical mass: • Open to larger projects - no “one size fits all” • Concentration on strategic issues • Focus on the vision of “ambient intelligence” • Fostering longer-term and/or high-risk effort • Reinforcing the eEurope momentum beyond 2002 M. Richonnier

    13. Key Action 1 in Call 6(First call in 2001) • Open: January 27, 2001 • Deadline: April 25, 2001 • do not wait until the last minute! • pre-register your proposal! • Evaluation: 13 -19 May 2001 • Evaluation Summary Reports: before May 30 • Negotiation: June - July (one month if good “technical Annex” / good consortium!) • Signature: September for first contract to start on October 1st M. Richonnier

    14. KEY Action 1 in Call 6 (indicative budget range ) • Health 30 -35 MEuro (including +/- 5 MEurofor best practice and trials) • Persons with Special Needs 17 - 20 MEuro • Administrations 3 - 5 MEuro (Best Practice and Trials only) TOTAL 55 MEuro M. Richonnier

    15. KEY Action 1:Our goals GOAL 1 Attract RTD proposals with critical mass, strategic impact and real economic value, e.g. an average EU funding of 2.0 M€ M. Richonnier

    16. KEY Action 1:Our goals GOAL 2 Attract Consortia that are manageable and where all partners have a clear role and a significant task in contribution, e.g.: • Consortia of not more than 6 partners is ideal • No partner with microscopic input (such as 15000 € per year!) M. Richonnier

    17. KEY Action 1:Our goals GOAL 3 In order to avoid cost on your and our side, only high quality proposals should be submitted, e.g.: • Over-subscription not more than a factor of 4 M. Richonnier

    18. KA1: Lessons from 4th Call M. Richonnier

    19. KA1: Cluster management • Health • Intelligent systems for the citizen (open) • Intelligent systems for the patient (open) • Intelligent systems for the Healthcare professional (open) • Persons with Special Needs • Intelligent assistive systems (open) • Intelligent systems for independent living (open) • Administrations • e-democracy • smart government (Take-up open) M. Richonnier

    20. KA1: Cluster Management Make sure your proposal • fits well with the open clusters • does not duplicate existing projects (Look at Cordis!) M. Richonnier

    21. KA1: 6th Call GOOD LUCK! M. Richonnier

    22. Proposal Preparation • Call for Proposals & Eligibility • Guide for Proposals & Evaluation Criteria • Feedback from previous Evaluations • Some further opportunities • Final concluding remarks W. Van Puymbroeck

    23. Call for Proposers and Eligibility • Call for Proposals published on 27th January It defines: • the Action Lines that are open • Reference to the Workprogramme 2001 • the Type of Actions called for • See Guide for Proposers • the deadline and method of delivery of a proposal • refers toManual of Proposal Evaluation Procedures • Proposals have to be in Brussels on 25 April 2001 before 17:00

    24. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria • A proposal has 3 parts: • Part A: Administrative, budgetary information (Forms A0-A4) • Part B: Description of contribution to scientific/technical objectives and workplan • Part C: Description of EC policies, Economic development, management and participants • There are 5 blocks of Evaluation Criteria: • Scientific/technological quality and innovation • Community added value and contribution to EC policies • Contribution to Community social objectives • Economic development and S&T prospects • Resources, Partnership and management

    25. Guide for Proposers -Evaluation Criteria Cont’d Evaluation Criteria 1 Scientific Technological quality and innovation Part B of Proposal • B1 Title page • B2 Content list • B3 Objectives B4 Contribution to programme Key Action objectives • B5 Innovation • B6 Project Workplan For RTD proposals this part needs to be anonymous (incl. Workpackage list, deliverables list, workpackage description)

    26. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria Cont’d Part C of Proposal C1 Title page C2 Content list C3 Community added value and contribution to EC policies C4 Contribution to Community social objectives Evaluation Criteria 2 Community added value and contribution to EC policies Evaluation Criteria 3 Contribution to Community social objectives

    27. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria Cont’d Part C of Proposal cont’d C5 Project management C6 Description of the consortium C7 Description of the participants C8 Economic development and scientific and technological prospects Evaluation Criteria 5 Resources, partnership and management Evaluation Criteria 4 Economic development and S&T prospects

    28. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria CriteriaWeight(1)Threshold(2) Scientific/Technological Qualityand innovation 4>= 3 Community Added Valueand contribution to EU policy 1>= 2 Contribution to Comm. Social objectives 1- Economic Dev; S&T prospects(range of applications, exploitation, strategic impact, dissemination)2>= 3 Resources, Partnership, Management 2>= 2 1) Weight on a scale of 10 (sum 10) 2) Threshold with respect to score 0-5 For RTD

    29. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria • Evaluation criterion 1: Scientific/Technological quality and innovation (for RTD) • Quality • Innovation and risk • Adequacy • Evaluation criterion 2: Community added value and contribution to EC policies (for RTD) • European Dimension of the problem • European Added Value • EU policy

    30. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria • Evaluation criterion 3: Contribution to Community social objectives (for RTD) • Quality of Life and Health and Safety • Employment • Preserving and/or enhancing the environment • Evaluation criterion 4: Economic development and S & T prospects (for RTD) • Usefulness and range of applications, exploitations plans • Strategic impact • Dissemination strategies

    31. Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria • Evaluation criterion 5: Management and resources (for RTD) • Quality of management and project approach • Quality of partnership, involvement of users and other actors • Appropriateness of resources

    32. Guide for Proposers:Audit certificates • NEW! • Only RTD i.e. research, demonstration and combined research and demonstration projects • When the contract has • A cost of more than 250 000 Euros for the first 12 month period of the project, the audit certificate to be provided with first interim cost statement • A total project cost exceeding 250 000 Euros for the final consolidated cost statement, the audit certificate to be provided together with the final consolidated cost statement, also for those that have provided audit certificates with their first interim cost statement • Eligible costs • Community financial contribution shall not exceed 4000 Euros per audit certificate

    33. Some Evaluation Feedback • Evaluators consider all aspects of the proposal and have different backgrounds • Experts in IST, knowledgeable in application area, understand business issues • Proposers have to make convincing case of innovation and present very clear objectives • Your strategic objectives matter most • Proposal has to be realistic and “exciting” at the same time • Make the case for Community funding • i.e. both European level and need for public money

    34. Some Evaluation Feedback • All partners must have a clear role and the consortium has to reach “critical mass” • importance of “Consortium engineering” • Carefully consider “release” level of deliverables • note e.g. the objective to foster the development and use of open source software • Management has to consider all issues e.g. • risk management • handling of conflict • communication strategy

    35. Some Evaluation Feedback • The proposal may not have a weak point • thresholds and weighting • each evaluation criteria discussed on its own merits • Avoid easy criticism • ask colleagues to critique early versions • Proposals which are “incontournable” have up to now always been funded • Evaluators evaluate what is written, not what is in your mind • Evaluators look more for content than style

    36. Some Evaluation FeedbackCall 3 Evaluation results

    37. Further opportunities:(AL VIII.1.6)Proposals for extension with NAS partners • NEW! • All IST project types can be extended • New WP’s or inclusion in existing WP’s • Extension should be useful: minimum 1 year • New partners/work should add value • Submitted by co-ordinator of existing project together with all existing and new NAS partners • Large majority of extension budget to new NAS partners • Include existing Annex I • Proposals indicate VIII.1.6 and AL of existing project • Extension proposal will be evaluated as a new proposal • Only projects can be extended - not actions in negotiation! • Implemented through contract amendment • Appendix in Guide for Proposers

    38. Further opportunities: The European IST prize • The most distinguished prize for innovative products in the field of information technology • 20 Winner Prizes of each 5000 Euros each, 3 grand prizes of 200 000 Euros each. Total amount awarded:700 000 Euros • Benefits: public recognition, widespread PR, enhancement of the visibility, credibility and the prospects of the Winner companies • Open to 31 countries • Deadline for applications: 15 May 2001 More info:

    39. Further opportunities: CPA’s - focus • Address topics common to several Key Actions • Themes of strategic nature • Bringing together fragmented areas • Supporting aspects of integration and convergence • Provide an addition perspective to proposers • Defined by Action Lines in the Workprogramme • Section 5 of the Workprogramme • Resources available … +/- 12% of the IST budget

    40. Further opportunities: CPA’s - Action Lines Not all open this Call! • Home environments • Multi-sensorial, multi-modal and multilingual interaction • GIS • Dependability • Smart Cards • Next Generation Networking • Socio-economic impact and indicators • eLearning for youth in the digital age • Grid computing and challenging applications • Regional pilot actions and demonstrations for the new economy • Nanotechnology and applications in health, environment, … • Applications Service Provision • Advanced Digital Signal Processing and applications

    41. Final concluding remarks What is new at the end of the project? Importance of innovation Consortia composition Exploitationpotential European and beyond Project 100% in line with business interest

    42. Important details - keep up to date ! IST helpdesk Fax : +32 2 296 83 88 E-Mail : - Official Journal (call text) - Workprogramme - Guide for Proposers - Evaluation manual

    43. Final concluding remarks • In order to help us, • please pre-register your proposal • please submit the full proposal in good time and ensure all forms are duly completed and signed • ensure that budget figures add up • use Pro-Tool • if available use your registration number with the IST Programme

    44. Announcements • Area meetings (starting at 11:30): - Health S3 - Persons with Special Needs S4 - Administrations S1 • Please do not forget to return the participant questionnaire to Commission staff at the end of the Information Day Many thanks

    45. 5th Framework Programme (1998 - 2002) Information Society Technologies Key Action 1: Systems and Services for the Citizen Applications Relating to Health Jean-Claude Healy , Head of Unit

    46. Health domain: Area Overview • Vision • Scope of the Call • Overview of the rationale • Results from previous calls • Key messages

    47. Vision(Continuity of Care) Integrated intelligent citizen-centered health delivery system that contributes to the improvement of quality, access, and efficiency of healthcare

    48. Applications Relating to Health : Rationale Overview 1:CITIZENS SOCIETAL DEMAND: “Stay HEALTHY” 2:PATIENTS SOCIETAL DEMAND: “ Safe, cheap, efficient, follow-up & treatment” 2.1:homecare SPECIFIC DEMANDS:best hometreatment 1.1:health supportservices SPECIFIC DEMANDS:- health promotions- support to health-related industries 1.2:health appliances SPECIFIC DEMANDS: at home, at work,abroad, at leisure, ensure the citizen can manage his own health 2.2:worldwidetelemedicineSPECIFIC DEMANDS: 1st medical advice 2nd medical opinion Info - Ethics e-EUROPE 3.1:hc providers SPECIFIC DEMANDS: - quality - integration- user friendliness- more mobility 3.2:hc managers SPECIFIC DEMANDS: - effectiveness- hc policies- resource management 4:INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS - standards - implementation plans - certification centre 3: HC PROFESSIONALS SOCIETAL DEMAND: “optimisation of human, financial & infrastructure resources” JCH/FL/II/FV - fl-5ftpflower-0f-2-fonce..ppt - 01/03/00 page 1/4

    49. Scope of the Call Action line I.1.1 Intelligent environment for citizencentered health management Action line I.1.2 Intelligent collaborative environments supporting continuity of care Action line I.1.3 Best practice and trials in e-Health

    50. Results from previous calls From the 1st Call to the 6th Call • Results of Calls: Proposals received and selected • Clustered Approach • Coverage of the WorkPlan: Need for reinforcement of citizen cluster • eEurope Initiative/eHealth Action Plan