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Title: Extending Collaboration with Industry Daniel Kofman GET, TelecomParis EuroNGI Chairman of the Steeri


1
Extending Collaboration with IndustryDaniel
KofmanGET, Telecom-Paris Euro-NGI Chairman of
the Steering BoardMarkus FiedlerBTH,
Karlskrona, Sweden
  • Design and Engineering of the
  • Future Generation Internet
  • Towards convergent multi-service networks

2
Content
  • General Information on EuroNGI
  • European Networks of Excellence
  • Euro-NGI domain
  • Main addressed topics
  • The consortium
  • Dissemination activities
  • Collaboration with Industry
  • Overview
  • Perspectives and Invitation

3
General Information
  • European Commission, FP6
  • Networks of Excellence general target
  • Integrate the European research effort,
  • build a virtual center of excellence,
  • disseminate
  • Euro-NGI main target
  • Create and maintain the most prominent European
    centre of excellence in Next Generation Internet
    design and engineering,
  • Acting as a Collective Intelligence Think Tank,
    representing a major support for the Information
    Society industry and leading towards a leadership
    in this domain.

4
General Information
  • 57 institutions, 203 researchers, more than 300
    PhD students, 18 countries
  • Academy and industry
  • Leader GET
  • See www.eurongi.org for the list
  • European Commission Contribution 5 000 000
    Euros (10 of the total budget)
  • For the first 3 years
  • Starting Date December 1st, 2003
  • First Review Proceed as is

5
Domain Next Generation Internet (NGI)
  • What is NGI?
  • The NGI will view multi-service/multimedia,
    mobility, service ubiquity and context awareness,
    convergence (services and fixed-mobile), Always
    Best Connected, spontaneous networking and other
    capabilities as the norm.
  • A main keyword convergence
  • A concept that is evolving

6
What does convergence means
  • From Fix-Mobile Convergence towards Ubiquitous
    multi-technology access to convergent services
  • Always Best Connected
  • Seamless mobility across technologies and
    operators boundaries
  • From Triple/Quadruple play kind of services
    towards
  • Interconnecting the Real and Digital worlds
  • Sensor networks, location, context awareness
  • New User Experience integrating the experience
    provided by different devices to create the
    illusion of a single real and virtual world
  • Ambient intelligence
  • Spontaneous networking, communities
  • Peer-to-peer, Autonomic networking, ad-hoc
    networking

7
Report A view on Future Communications
  • Chapter 1- An overview on future communications
  • 1. A brief history of the Internet
  • 2. Main trends in communication and information
    services
  • 3. Limitations of the Internet architecture and
    open issues
  • 4. A focus on the required IP networking
    evolution
  • 5. The Future Internet Architecture
  • Chapter 2-Network Architecture Evolution
  • Section 1- New networking paradigms
  • 1- IPv6 and Home Networking
  • 2- Beyond IP architecture of the future
    Internet
  • 3- Research Challenges in Wireless Sensor Network
    Architectures
  • Section 2- Access Networks evolution
  • 4- A prospective analysis of access networks
  • 5- Wireless networks evolution
  • 6- Mobility and ABC - Some aspects of the Always
    Best Connected solution
  • 7- Optical Access Networks

8
Report A view on Future Communications
  • Section 3- Core and Metropolitan area networks
    evolution
  • 8- Optical Networking in core and metropolitan
    area networks
  • 9- New generation control planes, GMPLS
  • Chapter 3-Traffic engineering and quantitative
    methods
  • 10- A flow-aware networking vision of traffic
    management and QoS
  • 11- Network planning
  • 12- Network optimization
  • 13- New quantitative methods
  • Chapter 4-Services overlays and virtualization
  • 14- Self-Organization A Key Technology for the
    Future Internet?
  • 15- A global and integrated services and network
    design
  • Chapter 5-Socio-economic aspects and business
    models
  • 16- Socio-economic aspects of Next Generation
    Internet
  • 17- Next Generation Network and Regulatory issues
  • 18- Pricing and business models

9
Domain Next Generation Internet (NGI)
  • From technology to network architectures and
    services
  • The recent technological advances will lead to
    exploitable innovative services once the
    integration of these technologies through
    innovative architectures is achieved.
  • Vertical and Horizontal Integration

10
Horizontal integration
  • From extremely small to immensely big
  • Sensor networks, PAN, Ad-hoc networks, wireless
    mesh networks, access to infrastructure networks
  • The IP networking model is no longer applicable
  • Ubiquity, Mobility, Context Awareness, etc.
  • Vertical roaming
  • Seamless inter-working, transparent and dynamic
    adaptation of the used technology
  • End to End services availability in a
    Multi-domain context
  • Operated and spontaneous domains (e.g. based on
    mesh networks)
  • From multiservice networks towards multi-network
    services

11
Vertical Integration
  • Multi-layer networks
  • Unified control and management planes
  • Multi-layer routing, protection, restoration,
    etc.
  • Cross-layer design of physical, MAC and upper
    layers including innovative air interfaces,
    optical packet/burst switching, etc.
  • Services Overlays
  • Service planes and related middlewares
  • P2P, Grids, others

12
Domain Next Generation Internet (NGI)
  • Technology diversity explodes
  • Requirement to deal with the corresponding
    complexity
  • Instant high bandwidth connectivity
  • Future high-speed wire-line and wireless access
    technologies
  • Makes difficult to forecast traffic and thus to
    apply existing traffic engineering methods.
  • Investigation is required in new multi-technology
    architectures.
  • It is understood today that new design, planning,
    dimensioning and management principles are
    needed.
  • The design of those architectures is a
    multidisciplinary problem requiring a variety of
    competences.

13
Main addressed topics
  • In this context, the main topics addressed by the
    NoE are
  • Overcoming the challenge of technology diversity
    (vertical and horizontal integration) in the
    design of efficient and flexible FGI
    architectures
  • Providing innovative traffic engineering
    approaches adapted to the new requirements and
    developing the appropriate quantitative methods
    for analysis, simulation and measurement

14
Organization of Research Activities
  • Joint Research Activities 6 JRA and 25 WPs for
    which
  • Integration and rationalization of research
    efforts
  • Large working groups have been created
  • Internal and External Workshops have been
    successfully organized
  • A field for cross fertilization between
    activities has been implemented

Architectural
Domains
Fixed
Mobile
IP
Services
Core
Access
Access
Networking
Overlays
Network Architecture Evolution, Technology
Integration,
Control, Managing the diversity
Traffic Engineering, Traffic Management,
Congestion
Control and End to End QoS
Research
Optimisation of Protected Multi
-
Layer Next Generation
Networks Topology, Layout, Flow and Capacity
Design
Experimentation and Validation Through Platforms
Domains
Modeling, Quantitative Methods and Measurements
Socio
-
Economic Aspects of the Next Generation Internet
15
JRA.1 Network Architecture Evolution
  • Horizontal and Vertical Integration
  • Core and Metropolitan Area Networks
  • IP Networking Evolution
  • Services Overlays
  • New management architectures

16
JRA.2 Traffic Engineering
  • Mechanisms and protocols for controlled bandwidth
    sharing     
  • Evolution of Congestion Control protocols, beyond
    TCP
  • Interaction with MAC layers (e.g. in wireless
    networks)
  • Flow aware networks
  • Active queue management
  • Traffic management in a multi-provider context
        
  • Admission control, Implicit admission control,
    resources allocation, services differentiation,
    QoS and pricing, etc.
  • Traffic engineering and routing for a cost
    effective network     
  • Routing in multilayer networks, constrain based
    routing, load sharing, layout optimization, etc.
  • QoS in multi-service wireless networks
  • Application of techniques for congestion
    control, traffic management and traffic
    engineering to the specific context of
    multiservice wireless networks CDMA, WLAN
    (802.11x), WiMax, ad hoc and sensor networks.
  • Planning of new generation cellular networks and
    of hybrid wireless access networks

17
JRA.3 Optimisation of Multi-Layer NGIs
  • Optimisation of protected multi-layer core
    networks topology, layout, flow and capacity
    design  
  • Optimisation of protected access networks
    topology, layout, flow and capacity design
  • Study of methods for achieving network
    resilience/robustness
  • Development of a European Network Design Tool for
    Next Generation Internet

18
JRA.4 Experimentation and Validation Through
Platforms     
  • Integration and sharing of Platforms   
  • Experimental European wide IP over WDM, MPLS,
    IPv6 network deployment
  • Evaluation of innovative services Grids, virtual
    reality based CAD, Telemedecine, etc.
  • Software-based Test-Beds Development for Traffic
    Engineering Experimentation     
  • Distributed emulation of next generation networks
  • European wide Measurement Platforms    

19
JRA.5 Modelling, Quantitative Methods and
Measurements    
  • IP traffic characterization, measurements and
    statistical methods
  • Dynamics of networks under new traffic paradigms
        
  • Spatial network modelling  and stochastic
    geometry   
  • Networks optimization and control
  • Numerical and analytic methodologies    

20
JRA.6 Socio-Economic Aspects     
  • Quality of Service from the users perspective and
    feed-back mechanisms for quality control     
  • Payment and cost models for Next Generation
    Internet     
  • Security and Trust

21
Joint Specific Research Projects, 2005
  • JRA.S.01 Implementation of novel optimization and
    control methods for the Internet
  • JRA.S.02 Pricing Mechanisms based on Auctions for
    QoS and Resource Allocation
  • JRA.S.03 Vehicular NETworks
  • JRA.S.04 Gaussian Toolbox for Storage Systems
  • JRA.S.05 Origin-Destination Demands Matrix
    Estimation Techniques Compared, New Directions,
    and Characterization of the OD Demands at
    Different Time Scales
  • JRA.S.06 Design and Evaluation of Distributed,
    Self-Organized QoS Monitoring for Autonomous
    Network Operation
  • JRA.S.07 Cellular
  • JRA.S.08 Advanced Network design methods for Core
    NGI
  • JRA.S.09 Reputation aware QoS control in wireless
    ad hoc networks
  • JRA.S.10 Advanced Traffic Engineering methods for
    CORE NGI
  • JRA.S.11 Fair and Efficient Scheduling in Wired
    and Wireless Networks
  • JRA.S.12 A contribution to the ABC solution
  • JRA.S.13 Integration of passive and active
    measurement platforms

22
Joint Specific Research Projects, 2006
  • JRA.S.14 Vehicular Networks
  • JRA.S.15 Random Encounter Based Distribution of
    Large Files
  • JRA.S.16 Self-Adaptive Networks for Future
    Internet-Based Infrastructure
  • JRA.S.17 Implementation of Novel Optimization
    and Control Methods for the Internet
  • JRA.S.18 Advanced Optimization Methods for IP
    Core Networks
  • JRA.S.19 Fair and Efficient Scheduling in Wired
    and Wireless Networks
  • JRA.S.20 Characterization of Web Services with
    Advanced Multimedia Components
  • JRA.S.21 Networking in Randomly Formed LEO
    Satellite Constellations
  • JRA.S.22 Solving Traffic Engineering Problems for
    NGI with Evolutionary Algorithms
  • JRA.S.23 Transfer Control with Delayed Feedback
    Signals
  • JRA.S.24 Characterisation of Internet Traffic in
    Wireless Networks
  • JRA.S.25 Cross layer design for QoS in wireless
    networks
  • JRA.S.26 Routing in Overlay Networks

23
New significant research efforts in EuroNGI
  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Self-organization
  • Autonomous networks

24
Organization
25
Integration Activities
  • Establishment of a Knowledge Roadmap
  • Interconnection and sharing of platforms/tools/fac
    ilities and coordination of software development
  • Building collective intelligence through Advanced
    Communication Tools
  • Collaboration with cognitive and social behavior
    experts for the implementation and evaluation of
    the collective intelligence
  • Organization of internal workshops
  • Increase of the mobility for researchers and PhD
    students
  • Creation of European graduated courses program
    for PhD students and of Summer Schools

26
Spreading of Excellence Activities
  • Electronic dissemination - Euro-NGI web site and
    group communication     
  • Database of Euro-NGI publications
  • International conferences, Workshops, Tutorials
        
  • Summer Schools     
  • Creation of European graduated courses program
    for PhD students and of Summer Schools     
  • Publications of books and white papers providing
    and integrated view of complementary domains     
  • Synergic collaboration with SMEs     
  • Support of Spin-Off Projects from the Euro-NGI NoE

27
Collaboration with external organizations
  • Conferences and workshops SIGCOMM, WiOpt, QoS
  • Technical Sponsorship
  • Grants for PhD students
  • Organizations CreatNet, Planet Lab,
  • Non European Universities
  • Example BUPT-China
  • Other European Projects
  • BREAD, EMANICS, ..

28
Examples of Coming Main Events
  • Euro-NGI 4rd Summer School
  • After the successful Euro-NGI Summer Schools in
    Bamberg (Germany) ,Linz (Austria) and Laredo
    (Spain)
  • September 2007, Copenhagen/Lyngby, Denmark
  • Euro-NGI 3rd Conference, NGI 2007
  • Following thriving NGI 2005 conference in Rome,
    Italy and NGI 2006 in Valencia, Spain
  • May 21-23, 2007 Trondheim, Norway
  • Euro-NGI regular targeted Workshops on topics as
  • Wireless and Mobility, Traffic Engineering,
    Resilience, Modelling, Social-Economic aspects, ..

29
Cooperation with Industry
  • We invite you to join the consortium

30
Very strong relationship with industry
  • Alcatel
  • Cisco
  • Ericsson
  • HP
  • IBM-NY
  • Intel
  • Italtel
  • Juniper
  • Lucent
  • Marconi
  • Motorola
  • NEC Europe
  • Algonet
  • ATT, ATT Labs
  • Bouygues Telecom
  • British Telecom
  • Deutsche Telecom
  • France Telecom
  • Netway
  • OTE
  • Portugal Telecom
  • Sonera
  • Sprint
  • Telefonica
  • Telia
  • TNO telecom
  • Vodafone
  • Through YRP NTT DoCoMo, KDDI, etc.
  • Nokia
  • Philips
  • Quallcomm
  • Siemens
  • Solinet
  • ST Microelectronics
  • Teletel
  • Thales
  • Thomson
  • 4Plus Technologies

These companies are cooperating on NoE
per-partners basis
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Strengthening Collaboration with Industry a main
target
  • From the list of main targets in the contract
    with the European Commission Consolidating
    collaboration with industry, especially with
    SMEs, through a durable partnership programme
    implying strong commitments from both sides,
    supported by an industrial club.

SME Small-Medium Enterprises
32
Industrial Club, Members benefits
  • Preferential access
  • to the outcomes of the network as well as to the
    documents prepared by the network
  • Preferential exchange
  • with the start-up incubators of the partners of
    the Network
  • Invitation to the network events
  • free of participation fees
  • Influence the strategic decisions of the network
  • including research topics to cover
  • Request the targeted tutorials

33
Industrial Club, Members benefits
  • Access participation in experiments, tools
  • specific experiments on the Euro-FGI platforms
  • to the software and tools developed by the
    network
  • Consultancy
  • Euro-FGI could commit on providing a certain
    amount of person days of expert consultancy to
    the members of the club
  • Standardization
  • Euro-NGI contributes to and can provide support
    to standardization activities
  • This will promote the take-up of new technologies
  • by facilitating the transfer of innovative
    technologies to and from European companies and
    research institutions.

34
Euro-NGI and SMEs
  • Euro-NGI acknowledges the important role of SMEs
  • as fast moving, technological highly innovative
    entities.
  • SMEs, however, may be short of specific research
    resources in order to complement their own
    competences.
  • An efficient interface
  • between SMEs and the available competences of the
    Euro-NGI network is being organized
  • The SMEs will take advantage of
  • the global and unified view of the field and of
    the main technological trends provided by the
    documents the network is producing. Indeed,
  • SMEs usually dont have enough internal resource
    to afford this type of analysis and synthesis.

35
Euro-NGI and SMEs
  • Contractual issues
  • may be a major obstacle for the cooperation
    between university researchers and SMEs.
  • The network can support the cooperation by
    providing help, e.g. in terms of fair contract
    templates with regard to IPR issues.
  • Another objective of this activity is to collect
    and arbitrate requests for exchanging
  • students, researchers and staff people between
    SMEs and the academic members of the consortium.
  • Example Support sabbatical stays of researchers
    within SMEs or co-advisory of students with SMEs.

36
Industrial Club, Euro-NGI benefits
  • Technological transfer will be in both
    directions,
  • the club will help in transferring Euro-NGI
    results to the applications world
  • The contribution in building the networks
    technological roadmap
  • Win-win situation

37
Industrial Club, IPR
  • There are provisioned mechanisms to protect IP
    Rights for all sides included (Industry,
    Consortium Partners)
  • Legal issues would be analysed and workout on
    request

38
Invitation
  • Collaboration with external colleagues and
    organizations is one of our main targets
  • We will be very glad to discuss with you about
    possible synergies
  • You are kindly invited to attend our various
    events
  • Conference, Workshops, Summer School, etc.
  • Web site and Contacts www.eurongi.org

39
Conclusions
  • The main technical and scientific outcomes of the
    2 years
  • a series of state of the arts and tutorials on
    the various covered domains
  • the planning and execution of new jointly
    executed research, with major innovative outcomes
    in main advance domains
  • These innovative research projects have started,
    they would not have exist without Euro-NGI
  • Spreading of the Excellence
  • through the web site,
  • publications database,
  • Summer School,
  • Conferences and workshops and
  • several contacts and partnerships.

40
Conclusions
  • A poll showed
  • the high interest of the partners in the network,
  • the motivation for continuing executing the Joint
    Program of Activities is very high
  • Euro-NGI is becoming to be very well known
    outside the consortium
  • The project continue beyond the initial 3 yeas
    period
  • Euro-FGI Future Generation Internet, till 2008

41
Contacts
  • www.eurongi.org
  • Daniel.Kofman_at_enst.fr (EuroNGI/FGI project
    leader)
  • Myriam.Morcel_at_enst.fr (EuroNGI/FGI project
    assistant)
  • Gerardo Rubino_at_irisa.fr (in charge of the
    industrial club)
  • Markus.Fiedler_at_bth.se (in charge of todays
    meeting)

42
Information about FP7
43
Status
  • 20072013
  • Areas according to funding
  • ICT 9.1 G (largest)
  • Health 6.0 G
  • Transport 4.2 G
  • Special focus on SME
  • EuroFGI and its members interested in joint
    projects
  • Check possibilities for joint consortia with SME
  • Strong correlation of expertises

44
Work Programme and Calls
  • In line with the main ICT policy priorities as
    defined in the i2010 initiative - a European
    Information Society for Growth and Employment
  • Calls
  • No. 1 May 2007
  • No. 2 Sept. 2007
  • No. 3 Dec. 2007
  • ...
  • Updates expected

45
Objective
  • Improving the competitiveness of European
    industry and enabling Europe to master and shape
    future developments in ICT so that the demands of
    its society and economy are met. ICT is at the
    very core of the knowledge-based society.
    Activities will strengthen Europe's scientific
    and technology base and ensure its global
    leadership in ICT, help drive and stimulate
    product, service and process innovation and
    creativity through ICT use and ensure that ICT
    progress is rapidly transformed into benefits for
    Europe's citizens, businesses, industry and
    governments. These activities will also help
    reduce the digital divide and social exclusion.

46
Three ICT Challenges for ICT Researchers and
Engineers
  • 1. The converged communication and service
    Infrastructure that will gradually replace the
    current Internet, mobile, fixed and audiovisual
    networks.
  • 2. The engineering of more robust, context-aware
    and easy-to-use ICT systems that self improve and
    self-adapt within their respective environments.
  • 3. The increasingly smaller, cheaper, more
    reliable and low consumption electronic
    components and systems that constitute the basis
    for innovation in all major products and service.

47
Four Challenges Driven by Socio-Economic Goals
  • 4. Digital libraries, knowledge and content
    development tools and applications that will help
    us preserve, develop and disseminate our cultural
    assets, improve our learning and education
    systems and strengthen the creativity of our
    society.
  • 5. ICT tools for sustainable Health systems
    enhancing our ability to monitor our health and
    well-being and to treat major illnesses and
    diseases.
  • 6. Intelligent and safe vehicles and technologies
    environmental sustainability and energy
    efficiency that are key requirements of our
    citizens.
  • 7. ICT systems and applications for better
    inclusion and independent living of all citizens.

48
Future and Emerging Technologies Activity
  • 8. The Future and Emerging Technologies activity
    will continue to foster trans-disciplinary
    research excellence in emerging ICT-related
    research domains.
  • These 8 challenges are present in the call
  • expected to remain largely valid well beyond this
    first work programme as they express aims to be
    achieved in a 10-15 years timeframe

49
Funding Schemes
  • 1. Collaborative projects (CP)
  • Support to research projects carried out by
    consortia with participants from different
    countries, aiming at developing new knowledge,
    new technology, products, demonstration
    activities or common resources for research.
  • a) small or medium-scale focused research
    actions (STREP)
  • b) large-scale integrating projects" (IP)

50
Funding Schemes
  • 2. Networks of Excellence (NoE)
  • Support to Joint Programme of Activities
    implemented by a number of research organisations
    integrating their activities in a given field,
    carried out by research teams in the framework of
    longer term cooperation.
  • 3. Coordination and support actions (CSA)
  • Support to activities aimed at coordinating or
    supporting research activities and policies
    (networking, exchanges, coordination of funded
    projects, trans-national access to research
    infrastructures, studies, conferences, etc).
    These actions may also be implemented by means
    other than calls for proposals.

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Typical Values
  • 1a. Integrated Project (IP)
  • 10..15 M
  • 15..20 partners (industry-led)
  • 3..5 years
  • 1b. STrategic REsearch Project (STREP)
  • 2.5..3 M
  • 2..3 years
  • 5..7 partners, at least 3 countries
  • 3. Cooperative/Supportive Action
  • 0.6..0.8 M
  • 1.5..2 years
  • 4..5 partners, at least 3 countries

52
The Role of SME in FP7
  • Feeding innovation SME play a vital role in the
    development of new visions and in transforming
    them into business assets.
  • Community research programmes in ICT provide
    major opportunities for SMEs to
  • finance high-risk, early-stage research and
    development
  • build strategic partnerships
  • operate outside their local markets with higher
    value innovative products and services
  • SMEs constitute an important part of the ICT
    research consortia together with large companies,
    universities, and public research labs.
  • Community financial contribution may reach a
    maximum of 75 of the total eligible costs (FP6
    50 )

53
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-2007.1.1 The Network of the Future
    (Call 1)
  • Ubiquitous network infrastructures and
    architectures
  • Optimised control, management and flexibility of
    the future network infrastructure
  • Technologies and systems architectures for the
    Future Internet

54
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-2007.1.2 Service and Software
    Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering
    (Call 1)
  • Service architectures, platforms, technologies,
    methods and tools
  • Service/software engineering approaches
  • Strategies and technologies enabling mastery of
    complexity, dependability, and behavioural
    stability
  • Virtualisation tools, system software, middleware
    and network-centric operating systems

55
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-2007-1.3 ICT in support of the
    networked enterprise (Call 1)
  • Generic integrated solutions for inter-enterprise
    interoperability and collaboration
  • Architectures and platforms for the integrated
    enterprise supporting massively distributed
    networked devices, notably enhanced RFID-based
    systems
  • Tools and technologies that enable
    intra-enterprise collaboration and the definition
    and execution of tasks and workflows for
    operation across multiple domains

56
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-2007.1.4 Secure, dependable and
    trusted Infrastructures (Call 1)
  • Security and resilience in network
    infrastructures
  • Security and trust in dynamic and reconfigurable
    service architectures
  • Trusted computing infrastructures
  • Identity management and privacy enhancing tools
    trust policies
  • Research roadmaps metrics and benchmarks

57
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-2007.1.5 Networked Media (Call 1)
  • Interoperable multimedia network and service
    infrastructures
  • End-to-end systems
  • Roadmapping and conference support,

58
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-2007.1.6 New Paradigms and
    Experimental Facilities (Call 2)
  • Advanced networking approaches to architectures
    and protocols validation in large scale testing
    environments
  • Interconnected testbeds

59
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 1 Pervasive and Trusted Network and
    Service Infrastructures
  • Objective ICT-SEC-2007.1.7 Critical
    Infrastructure Protection (Joint Call between ICT
    and Security Themes FP7-ICT-SEC-2007-1 ) (Call 2)
  • ICT theme, addressing technology building blocks
    for creating, monitoring and managing secure,
    resilient and always available information
    infrastructures that link critical
    infrastructures so that they survive malicious
    attacks or accidental failures, guarantee
    integrity of data and continuous provision of
    responsive and trustworthy services, and support
    dynamically varying trust requirements.
  • Security theme

60
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 2 Cognitive Systems, Interaction,
    Robotics
  • Objective ICT-2007.2.1 (ICT-2007.2.2) Cognitive
    Systems, Interaction, Robotics (Calls 1 and 3)
  • Artificial systems
  • A principled approach to structuring research

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 3 Components, systems, engineering
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.1 Next-Generation
    Nanoelectronics Components and Electronics
    Integration (Call 1)
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.2 Organic and large-area
    electronics, visualisation and display systems
    (Call 1)
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.3 Embedded Systems Design
    (Call 1)
  • Theory and methods for system design
  • Suites of interoperable design tools for rapid
    design and prototyping

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 3 Components, systems, engineering
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.4 Computing Systems (Call
    1)
  • Novel architectures for multi-core computing
    systems
  • Reference architectures for generic embedded
    platforms

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 3 Components, systems, engineering
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.5 Photonic components and
    subsystems (Call 2)
  • Core photonic components and subsystems
  • Application-specific photonic components and
    subsystems
  • Underlying technologies

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 3 Components, systems, engineering
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.6 Micro/nanosystems (Call
    2)
  • Next-generation smart systems
  • Micro/nano/biotechnologies convergence
  • Integration of smart materials
  • From smart systems to viable products
  • Smart systems for communications and data
    management

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 3 Components, systems, engineering
  • Objective ICT-2007.3.7 Networked Embedded and
    Control Systems (Call 2)
  • Middleware
  • Cooperating objects and Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Control of large-scale complex distributed
    systems

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 4 Digital Libraries and Content
  • Objective ICT-2007.4.1 (ICT-2007.4.3) Digital
    libraries and technology-enhanced learning (Calls
    1 and 3)
  • Large-scale European-wide digital libraries
  • Radically new approaches to digital preservation
  • Responsive environments for technology-enhanced
    learning
  • Adaptive and intuitive learning systems
  • Longer term

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 4 Digital Libraries and Content
  • Objective ICT-2007.4.2 (ICT-2007.4.4)
    Intelligent Content and Semantics (Calls 1 and 3)
  • Advanced authoring environments for the creation
    of novel forms of interactive and expressive
    content
  • Collaborative automated workflow environments
  • Architectures and technologies for personalised
    distribution, presentation and consumption
  • Actions geared towards community building,
  • Semantic foundations (Web integration)
  • Advanced knowledge management systems
    (computer-tractable knowledge)
  • Longer term

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 5 Towards sustainable and personalised
    healthcare
  • Objective ICT-2007.5.1 Personal Health Systems
    for Monitoring and Point-of-Care diagnostics
    (Call 1)
  • Personalised Monitoring
  • Chronic disease management
  • Preventive monitoring
  • Point-of-Care diagnostics

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 5 Towards sustainable and personalised
    healthcare
  • Objective ICT-2007.5.2 Advanced ICT for Risk
    Assessment and Patient Safety (Call 1)
  • Advanced computerised adverse event systems
  • New risk prediction for large scale events

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 5 Towards sustainable and personalised
    healthcare
  • Objective ICT-2007.5.3 Virtual Physiological
    Human (Call 2)
  • Patient-specific computational modelling and
    simulation of organs or systems targeting
    specific clinical needs
  • Data integration and new knowledge extraction
  • Clinical applications and demonstration of
    tangible benefits of patient-specific
    computational models

71
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 6 ICT for Mobility, Environmental
    Sustainability and Energy Efficiency
  • Objective ICT-2007.6.1 ICT for Intelligent
    Vehicles and Mobility Services (Call 1)
  • Intelligent Vehicle Systems
  • Mobility Services for People
  • Mobility Services for Goods

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 6 ICT for Mobility, Environmental
    Sustainability and Energy Efficiency
  • Objective ICT-2007.6.2 ICT for Cooperative
    Systems (Call 2)
  • Co-operative Systems
  • Field Operational Tests
  • Coordination and Support Actions

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 6 ICT for Mobility, Environmental
    Sustainability and Energy Efficiency
  • Objective ICT-2007.6.3 ICT for Environmental
    Management and Energy Efficiency (Call 2)
  • Collaborative Systems for Environmental
    Management
  • ICT for Energy-intensive Systems

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 7 ICT for Independent Living and
    Inclusion
  • Objective ICT-2007.7.1 ICT and Ageing (Call 1)
  • Advanced prototypes of systemic solutions for
    independent living and active ageing, including
    mobility aspects and reorganization of integrated
    care and rehabilitation processes
  • Open systems reference architectures, standards
    and platforms
  • RTD roadmaps and socio-economic research (ethical
    and privacy questions)
  • Contribution to standards setting, and strategic
    international cooperation with US and Japan

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • Challenge 7 ICT for Independent Living and
    Inclusion
  • Objective ICT-2007.7.2 Accessible and Inclusive
    ICT (Call 2)
  • New approaches and solutions for deeply embedding
    generalised accessibility support within future
    mainstream ICT-based products and services.
  • New methods and tools for computer simulation of
    the user interaction and computer-based
    validation frameworks
  • Advanced self-adaptive ICT-enabled assistive
    systems based on non-invasive Brain to Computer
    Interaction (BCI)
  • facilitating social inclusion of marginalised
    young people

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • FET-Open
  • early indicator of new directions and
    opportunities
  • FET proactive
  • Call 1 FP7-ICT-2007-1
  • ICT-2007.8.1 Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
  • ICT-2007.8.2 Pervasive adaptation
  • ICT-2007.8.3 Bio-ICT convergence
  • Call 3 FP7-ICT-2007-3
  • ICT-2007.8.4 Science of Complex Systems for
    socially intelligent ICT
  • ICT-2007.8.5 Embodied Intelligence
  • ICT-2007.8.6 ICT forever yours

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.0 FET-Open (call open from
    March 2007)
  • ICT-relevant, visionary, high quality, long-term
    research of a foundational nature, involving
    bright new ideas of high-risk high-pay-off,
    aiming at a breakthrough, a paradigm shift, or at
    the proof of a novel scientific principle
  • Research refining the visionary ideas that have
    gone past the proof-of-concept phase to bring
    them to the maturity level where they could be
    taken up by the mainstream ICT programme
    objectives.

78
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.1 FET proactive 1
    Nano-scale ICT devices and systems (Call 1)
  • new concepts for switches or memory cells
  • new concepts, technologies and architectures for
    local and chip-level interconnects
  • radically new functionalities by the integration
    of blocks from a few nanometres down to the
    atomic scale into high added-value systems

79
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.2 FET proactive 2
    Pervasive adaptation (Call 1)
  • Evolve-able and adaptive pervasive systems
  • Networked societies of artefacts
  • Adaptive security and dependability
  • Dynamicity of trust
  • Security for tiny and massively networked devices

80
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.3 FET proactive 3 Bio-ICT
    convergence (Call 1)
  • Novel computing paradigms,
  • Biomimetic artefacts
  • Bidirectional interfaces
  • Biohybrid artefacts

81
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.4 FET proactive 4 Science
    of complex systems for socially intelligent ICT
    (Call 3)
  • Theoretical and algorithmic foundations
  • Data-driven simulation
  • Prediction and predictability

82
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.5 FET proactive 5 Embodied
    Intelligence (Call 3)
  • Mind-body co-development and co-evolution
  • Morphology and behaviour
  • Design for emergence

83
FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 8. Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)
  • Objective ICT-2007.8.6 FET proactive 6 ICT
    forever yours (Call 3)
  • Eternal Systems
  • Knowledge, diversity and time
  • Secure and dependable software

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FP 7 Topics of Interest
  • 9. Horizontal support actions
  • Objective ICT-2007.9.1 (ICT-2007.9.2)
    International cooperation
  • Objective ICT-2007.9.3 Trans-national
    co-operation among National Contact Points

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Prize
  • European Information and Communication
    Technologies Prize (EICTP)
  • This scheme promotes European innovation and
    entrepreneurship in ICT through public
    recognition of companies that excel in turning
    technology and research results into products for
    the market.

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Presentations by the SMEs
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Agenda
  • Wireless Independent Provider, Karlskrona, Sweden

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Discussion
89
Discussion w.r.t. EuroFGI
  • Which aspects of cooperation are most attractive
    for your institution?
  • What advantages do you see from the cooperation?
  • Would you be willing to participate in the
    Industrial club?
  • if yes, who would be a contact person?
  • If you are not interested, what are the key
    reasons?
  • What would be preferred way to interact with the
    EuroNGI/FGI?

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Discussion w.r.t. FP7
  • Regarding FP7, what are your ( the SMEs)
  • Ideas?
  • Interests?
  • Plans?
  • Are you interesting in building up/being part of
    a consortium?
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