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Title: Information Society Technologies


1
Information Society Technologies
Overview of WP2001CPA status update IST sixth
call
DG Information SocietyEuropean Commission
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Outline of presentation
  • IST overview implementation update
  • IST vision, orientations features of WP2001
  • WP2001 content
  • CPA overview and status update
  • CPAs in 2001
  • Roadmap of calls in 2001

3
The Fifth Framework Programme (1998-2002)
4
IST Basics
  • 3.6B Euro over four years (1999-2002)
  • Combines research, development take-up
  • Content defined in annual workprogramme
  • Support to best proposals (competition)
  • Competition launched through call for proposals
  • Fixed deadline and continuous submission
  • Evaluation by independent experts
  • Contracts to selected proposals (9months after
    call)
  • Projects lasting typically 18-36 months

5
Structure
Cross Programme actions
6
The budget
KA1 Systems and services for the citizen
646 MEURO (18)
KA2 New methods of work and electronic commerce
547 MEURO (15)
KA3 Multimedia content and tools
564 MEURO (16)
KA4 Essential technologies and infrastructures
1,363 MEURO (38)
Future and emerging technologies
319 MEURO ( 9)
Research networking
161 MEURO ( 4)
Cross-Programme themes
at least 10 of programme
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Activities
85 of the budget
Dissemination, awareness,...
Take-up
RTD
Networks of excellence,
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IST Programmes Vision
  • 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 infrastructurein Europe to
    world-class"

http//www.cordis.lu/ist/istag.htm
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About Ambient Intelligence
  • Exploring what comes after the screen and
    keyboard interface...
  • To build the knowledge society for ALL
  • Moving to an era where
  • Our surrounding is the interface to IST
    applications and services
  • Multi-sensorial interfaces supported by computing
    networking
  • everywhere
  • embedded in everyday objects, e.g furniture,
    clothes, vehicles, smart materials
  • offering natural interactions (voice, gesture,
    etc)

10
An opportunity for Europe IST supply
  • Building on strengths
  • Mobile technologies, communication infrastructure
  • Consumer electronics, home appliances
  • Service and content industry
  • Embedded software
  • .
  • Seizing emerging opportunities
  • New software and system architecture
  • New sensing technologies, new materials
  • Nano-devices
  • Multi-sensorial, multilingual interactions
  • .

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An opportunity for Europe All industry
  • More competitive offer e.g.,
  • Automotive and all transport industry Comfort
    and security
  • Financial and tourism services Efficiency,
    quality, ..
  • Retail, general consumer industry broader offer
    Pricing, quality
  • Media and content providers .
  • More competitive businesses
  • Cost effective e-commercial transactions
  • Integrated enterprise processes
  • Efficient corporate Knowledge capturing and
    management...
  • .

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The citizen perspective
  • Natural easy access to a universe of
    applications services
  • at home,
  • on the move
  • at school
  • at work
  • for learning
  • for health
  • for entertainment
  • ...

13
IST timetable
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Call 1, 2 3 Number of Proposals
  • Number of proposals received 4,696
  • Number of proposals retained 1,154
  • selected 25 (by budget 20)

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Call 1, 2 3 Funding MEuro
  • Budget 1999-2002 available for commitment
    3.495 M?
  • Expected commitments based on selections 1.678
    M?
  • Total 48

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Call 1, 2 3 Selected Proposals By
organisation Type
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SMEs participation
  • Total participation in the programme so far
    2015
  • receiving 23 of the funding
  • SMEs represent 37 of participation in take-up

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Large companies participation
19
Research centres participation
20
Universities particiation
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The Key Enabling technologies
  • Networked embedded systems
  • Distribution and middle ware, agents technologies
  • Mobile and wireless IP technologies
  • Adaptive network management, re-configurability
  • Integration (networking infrastructure, broadband
    communications)
  • Nano- and micro technologies, sensors
  • Trust and security technologies
  • Context and semantic-based knowledge handling
  • Multi-sensorial, multilingual dialogue modes
  • Identified with ISTAG, elaborated in Consultation
    Meetings, ...

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eEurope
  • Objectives
  • Bringing every citizen home and school, every
    business and administration into the digital age.
  • Creating a digitally literate Europe supported by
    an entrepreneurial culture.
  • Ensuring the whole process is socially
    inclusive.
  • Action plan aiming at 2002.
  • Actions on Commission and member states
  • Underlying objective of creating an Information
    society for ALL has longer term perspectives...

http//europa.eu.int/comm/information_society/eeur
ope/
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WP2001 objectives
  • Improving impact
  • Critical mass
  • Reducing the number of action lines
  • Adapt to accommodate larger projects, no one
    size fits all
  • Concentration of effort on strategic areas
  • Focus on the vision of  ambient intelligence
  • Fostering Longer term and/or high-risk effort
  • Reinforcing synergies with eEurope
  • Direct contribution to eEurope within the 2002
    Time-frame
  • Longer term activities that help sustain the e
    Europe momentum beyond the 2002 time frame

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Cross-Programme Actions Clusters
  • Cross-Programme Actions (CPAs)
  • topics common to several Key Actions (avoiding
    fragmentation)
  • topics of a strategic nature reflecting the IST
    vision
  • topics not foreseen when IST was set-up
    (nanotech, Grid, etc)
  • support integration, convergence and building of
    critical mass
  • 13 Action Lines in WP2001 (20 of workprogramme
    content)
  • includes RTD, take-up, accompanying measures
  • provide support to eEurope (large scale
    demonstrations trials)
  • Clusters
  • initiative from projects stimulation from
    Commission
  • aim to exploit project synergies generate
    added-value
  • stimulate mutual awareness and exchange of ideas

25
CPA status (January 2001)
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CPAs in WP2001
Cross-programmes
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CPA1 - home environments
  • Aims
  • to develop and experiment with platforms for
    the integration of applicationsand services for
    the extended home (for private / professional
    use)
  • leading to combined platforms for
    invisible intelligent devices that can be
    personalised adaptive for provision of
    services or for exercising specific tasks or
    control functions
  • Scope

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CPA1 - home environments
  • Existing work from 1999 (call1) and 2000 (call4)
  • a portfolio of 17 projects working on two
    centres of gravity -
  • - access and delivery platforms
    (multimedia terminals, access control, integrated
    networked systems)
  • - development and provision platforms
    (middleware, distributed data-warehouses
    location based services)
  • Targets for call6

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CPA4 - dependable survivable systems
  • Background
  • - Existing work from 1999 (call1) and 2000
    (call3)
  • a portfolio of 13 projects builds on 50
    projects from FP4
  • - Links with work in the US (under ST agreement)
  • global infrastructure leads to global
    dependability concerns
  • addressing both technical and non-technical
    issues
  • collaborations with critical infrastructure
    protection, DARPA, NSF
  • transatlantic cluster formed in 2000 (see
    web-site for details)
  • workshops in 1999, 2000 . more planned for 2001
  • dependability complexity,
  • information assurance survivability
  • attack tolerance
  • interdependencies
  • dependable systems networks
  • information survivability

30
CPA4 - dependable survivable systems
  • CPA4 support to eEurope
  • in respect of cheaper faster secure internet
  • particularly secure networks and smart cards
  • driving dependability of information
    infrastructures
  • improving the overall security of on-line
    transactions
  • Focus for 2001
  • build manage dependability properties of
    large-scale infrastructures
  • model manage dependability survivability of
    globally interdependent systems and
    interconnected critical infrastructures
  • measure, verify monitor dependability
    properties
  • extend international co-operation on RD

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CPA7 - socio-economic analysis for the
Information Society
  • Scope in 2001
  • Combines, extends and refocuses the previous two
    CPAs(2000CPA7 socio-economic) with (2000CPA8
    statistics indicators)
  • Both elements remain and are linked to -
  • - eEurope(http//europa.eu.int/comm/information
    _society/eeurope/index_en.htm )
  • - and the conclusions of the Lisbon summit,
    June 2000(http//ue.eu.int/newsroom/)
  • Actions types include RTD (plus RTD and combined
    demonstration)Accompanying Measures, Concerted
    Actions Thematic Networks.
  • Work on indicators will be elaborated in
    co-ordination with Eurostat
  • Work on socio-economics will be
    co-ordinated with DG-Research(Improving human
    research potential the socio-economic knowledge
    base)

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CPA7 - socio-economic analysis for the
Information Society
  • Overall objective
  • To develop a better understanding of the
    challenges, impacts and opportunities associated
    with the transition to the knowledge based
    economy and society, and of the conditions under
    which sustainable economic development,
    favourable employment conditionsand secured
    social inclusion and protection can develop and
    prosper.
  • The Action Line focuses in particular on the
    fundamental economic,societal and social issues
    highlighted by the Presidency Conclusionsof the
    Lisbon European Council and by the eEurope
    initiative.

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CPA7 - socio-economic analysis for the
Information Society
  • Socio-economic focus
  • Mid- to long term social and economic
    modellingand scenario development for the new
    economy
  • Studies of the relationship between social and
    economic transformations and technological
    innovation, notably in IST
  • Identification of the opportunities and risks on
    theway towards social and societal integration.

34
CPA7 - socio-economic analysis for the
Information Society
  • Indicators focus
  • Work on statistical methods and toolsthat
    support the development ofindicators for the new
    economyincluding new forms of data
    collection,processing and dissemination.As
    partial and dispersed information is more and
    more available on the topic, developments are
    encouraged in new approaches like referenced data
    warehousing, textual analysis, knowledge
    formation, etc. The envisaged work should
    complement and support other more specific
    socio-economic activities undertaken within
    individual Key Actions.On a shorter time scale,
    this Cross-programme Action will address
    socio-economic indicators as identified in the
    current eEurope initiative.

35
CPA9 Grid test beds, deployment technologies
  • Technological Concept
  • .. aims at making world-wide distributed
    computing and data resources seamlessly
    available (as a single resource) for any user on
    the web
  • .. is heavily driven by compute-
    data-intensive scientific industrial
    applications (meteorology environment
    management, earth observation, biology and
    health, aeronautics, automotive etc)
  • Objective
  • To foster community-wide (research, industry,
    users) of the Grid in order to incorporate it as
    an instrument for European competitiveness in
    research, industry and business
  • development,
  • integration
  • experimentation
  • deployment

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CPA9 Grid test beds, deployment technologies
  • Focus in 2001
  • Test beds for end-to-end service deployment
    through integration implementation of
    Grid-technologies in the context of full scale
    applications
  • Development of Grid-specific toolkits and
    software system architectures
  • Interoperability between different Grid test-beds
  • promotion of Standards and Reusability
  • Target participants
  • Research, Industry Businessactors from the
    whole Grid-technology and services
    development,integration, experimentation and
    supply chain
  • Users (Research, Industry)involving compute-,
    and data-intensive applications in their
    work-processes

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7th Call for proposals
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CPA3 - use of Geographic Information
  • Objectives
  • to improve -
  • citizens awareness and comfort
  • the efficiency of public administrations
  • to reinforce the industrial competitiveness of
    GIS sector
  • to enhance and support -
  • the use, access management of geo-information
  • to contribute to the goals of eEurope -
  • government on-line
  • citizens environmental awareness
  • intelligent transport systems

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CPA3 - use of Geographic Information
  • Targeted domains
  • transport, mobility, tourism
  • e-Map, e-Work, e-Commerce
  • statistics, meteorology, environment
  • intelligent publishing, entertainment delivery
    mechanisms
  • Expected activities
  • development validation of GI technologies
  • engineering techniques for designing,
    providinggeneric spatial data services
    reusable s/w components
  • Location based and mobile services using GI
    related reference data
  • new business models
  • improvement of GI accessibility, usability, and
    exploitability
  • support to the European Spatial Data
    Infrastructure
  • contribution to global initiatives (i.e. GMES,
    GSDI, OGC, ISO, ...)

40
V.1.6. - CPA 6 Next Generation Networks
OBJECTIVE To foster deployment and early market
adoption of an open
converged networking infrastructure by
supporting industry driven large-scale
experimentation. FOCUS Technology
Validation Full Service
Demonstration
Usability Testing
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V.1.6. - CPA 6 Technology validation
  • Fixed - mobile interworking
  • Management across different network layers
  • High layer protocols (e.g. IP) over WDM
  • Mobile IP
  • Access/core networks interoperability
  • IPv6
  • etc.

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V.1.6. - CPA 6 Full Service Demonstration
  • Scalability
  • Security
  • Availability
  • Accounting/Settlements
  • QoS
  • etc.

42
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V.1.6. - CPA 6 Usability Testing
  • Application requirements in specific domains
  • Virtual Museums (semantic Web)
  • Distributed Engineering
  • Collaborative Working (VR)
  • Unified Messaging / Virtual Home Environments

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V.1.6 - CPA 6 Next Generation Networks Remark
  • Next Generation refers to NETWORKS not to
    applications
  • Next Generation refers to NETWORKS not to
    components

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V.1.12 CPA12 Application Services provision
  • OBJECTIVE to develop and validate open
    architectures, technologies
  • and tools to allow for the provision of a
    variety
  • of applications as networked services
  • FOCUS
  • development of middleware services
  • development of service management frameworks
  • (computing, storage and communications
    resources)

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V.1.12. CPA12 Application services provision
  • Middleware development
  • The reuse and adaptation of GRID services
  • (mechanisms for naming and locating resources,
    scheduling,
  • datainterphaces, etc. )
  • The integration with existing application
    development frameworks
  • (CORBA, JAVA, etc.)
  • Management framework
  • computer and storage management techniques have
    to converge with SLAs
  • from the Telecommunications management
    framework
  • new architectures based on reusable software
    components and API
  • to offer dynamic adaptation

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V.1.12 CPA12 Application services provision
  • Integration
  • As today Web Portals, users should select a set
    of applications services
  • irrespective of the platform or the organisation
  • through which they are provided
  • Integration with in -house systems
  • Security and confidentiality
  • Resources are to be shared but information
    confidentiality is to be ensured

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V.1.12 CPA12 Application Services provision
  • Business Models
  • Software companies have to move forward from the
    traditional
  • software licensing scheme
  • Telecoms providers are looking for revenues from
    guaranteed QoS
  • Users are to be convinced of the economic
    benefits from outsourcing
  • ASP companies are to be staffed with a variety
    of very specific professionals
  • Companies offering services such as credit card
    checking or secure payments
  • could also be involved in the model

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For both CPAs (CPA6, CPA12)
  • Type of actions
  • Research and Development, Demonstration and
    Combined projects
  • Trials
  • Best Practice

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CPA8 - eLearning for European youth in a digital
age
  • Objective
  • To pull together a critical mass of actors to
    realise several,large scale experiments of novel
    eLearning services forschools higher education
    institutes
  • Target participants
  • Potential consortium involved in these large
    scale test-bedsmust include all the disciplines
    involved in the pedagogicalcontent chain
  • users (universities, schools, teachers and
    students)
  • content delivery (technologies and
    infrastructures)
  • content publishing and creation

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CPA8 - eLearning for European youth in a digital
age
  • Focus in 2001
  • developing key skills for the digital age
  • multilingual learning resources usable throughout
    Europe
  • broadband access, in the home or remote
    areas(e.g. satellites high-speed networks)
  • integrating new knowledge resources(from
    libraries, museums, etc)
  • supporting real-time interactive collaboration
  • new sustainable business models
  • working closely with local industry and commerce

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CPA Agenda for 2001
  • Conclusion of Call4 (2 CPAs from WP2000)
  • Evaluation of Call5 (2 3 CPAs from WP2000)
  • Launch 2001 CPA activity (started)
  • Provide support to Call6 (6 CPAs from WP2001)
  • Provide support to Call7 (7 CPAs from WP2001)
  • Further develop follow-up activities (ongoing)
  • Assess CPA / CPT impact (monitoring)

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CPA support
  • matrix organisation
  • task-based management
  • 50 project officers involved
  • coordinated by baton-holder
  • support by management board
  • prepare support to calls
  • info-days
  • website info on .related events projects
  • coordinate evaluation
  • multidisciplinary panel
  • selection and distribution
  • follow-up
  • concertation, workshops
  • publishing results

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CPA web pages on CORDIS
Web site on CORDIS being is being revised for
2001same address will be usedhttp//www.cordis.l
u/ist/cpt/home.html
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Roadmap
  • Two calls in 2001 ( call6 and call7)
  • Launch date January, June 2001
  • Deadlines April, October
  • Budgets 450 MEuro 400 MEuro

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FET The OPEN scheme
  • Widest possible spectrum of ideas
  • Proposals submitted at any time
  • next evaluation batch early May 2001
  • Innovative work that could lead to breakthroughs
    or major advances
  • Bold ideas involving high risks
  • Longer term research

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The OPEN scheme Project Types
  • Assessment projects
  • Opportunity to validate an idea
  • 1 year contract (lump sum, maximum 100 kEuro)
  • Full scale projects
  • Standard RTD contract
  • In both cases, a short proposal is submitted
    first
  • The short proposal describes what you want to do
    and why is it important within 5 pages

58
Proactive Initiative NID
  • Objective New concepts and technologies for
    information processing nano-systemswith
    potential performance beyond ultimate CMOS
  • About 20 NID projects currently underway

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2001 NID Call Two focal areas
  • 1. Beyond CMOS silicon-compatible nano-devices
    and systems
  • 2. Molecular Computing
  • proposals for shared nanofabrication
    facilities or other relevant nanotechnology
    infrastructure

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1. Beyond CMOS silicon-compatible nano-devices
and circuits
  • Potentially superior to ultimate CMOS
  • Build on successful work in MELARI / NID
  • Can be based on concepts such as
  • interband tunneling
  • single electronics
  • 3D approaches
  • sub-20nm gate ballistic devices
  • or be of hybrid nature, e.g.
  • nanomagnetic
  • superconducting ..
  • integrated with a Si-interface

Single Electron Memory (project FASEM)
Resonant Tunnelling Devices based on
Si/SiGe (project SIQUIC)
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2. Molecular Computing
  • From molecular electronics (1970s) to
    mono-molecular computers (20??)
  • Contributions from nanotechnology, supramolecular
    and synthetic chemistry, biology
  • Architectures the big challenge
  • constrained by fabrication (directed
    self-assembly) capabilities
  • scale-up non conventional (e.g. quantum state
    superpositions?)
  • NID call priorities
  • Scalable implementations at least at the level of
    a logic gate or memory cell
  • operation based upon electronic, chemical,
    photonic and/or mechanical principles

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Proactive Initiative Global Computing
  • Vision
  • Everyday objects will have embedded processors
    software
  • Many will communicate with each other and
    interact with the environment' to achieve or
    control computational tasks
  • Computational systems will be based entirely on
    available infrastructure and processing power
    around us
  • Challenge
  • New paradigms of computer science may be needed
    to construct dynamically configured systems of
    mobile entities that are dependable, secure,
    robust and efficient

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Global Computing Scientific focus
  • Focus on systems of the following kind
  • Composed of autonomous computational entities
    where activity is not centrally controlled
  • The computational entities are mobile
  • The configuration varies over time
  • The systems operate with incomplete information
    about their environment
  • Fundamental issues to address
  • the design of systems and understanding their
    limits
  • analysing and reasoning about their behaviour
  • avoiding and/or detecting undesirable behaviour

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Proactive initiative Life-like perception systems
  • Objective Integrated perception-response systems
  • Bio-inspired
  • Perception sensorial, cognitive, control and
    response aspects, referring to vision or hearing,
    or to any other type of interaction with the
    environment by a biological organism
  • Extension of the capabilities of machines or
    augmenting the human senses

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Life-like perception systems Focus
  • Systems approach
  • integrating perception with appropriate action
    resulting thereof
  • independent of implementation issues
  • Desirable features
  • task-specific adaptability of the perception
    system
  • processes of association (e.g. memory)
  • fusion of sensory modalities
  • Internal representation of real-world stimuli in
    biological systems
  • Experimental and theoretical research
  • novel sensors, computational neuroscience,
    cognitive science, computer science, control,
    signal processing, cellular engineering,
    (bio)mechatronics, etc.

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Life-like perception systems Research issues
novel sensors computational neuroscience cognitive
science computer science signal processing and
control cellular engineering biomechatronics
task-specific adaptability of the perception
system processes of adaptation fusion of sensory
modalities
Bio-inspiration
sensing perception action
New capabilities for man-made artifacts
New or augmented sensory capabilities for man
Understanding of the internal representation of
the real-world stimuli in biological systems
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Research networking
Objective Build a world-class Gbit/s network
support the use of advanced
network features test-beds
  • Focus in 2001
  • Interconnection
  • Additional complementary activities to the GEANT
    project
  • Advanced experiments (test-beds)
  • integration and interworking of various services,
    technologies for core and access networks,

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Important details - official texts
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