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Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Science
beyond Fiction RDI Transparency and
accountability Scientific diplomacy
  • ???????
  • ???

GIEE, National Taiwan University
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Outline
  • Video DVD
  • Introduction of Future and Emerging Technologies
    (FET)
  • FET-OPEN
  • - transformative and foundational research
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 1 Call 3
    (past)
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 4- Call 6
  • Summary

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)
    are critical to creating jobs and improving
    quality of life across Europe.
  • - although the ICT sector is itself
    worth 6-8 of the EUs GDP, their importance goes
    well beyond that.
  • ICTs are also vital to
  • - meeting the globalization challenge
    by boosting innovation, creativity
  • and competitiveness throughout the
    economy.
  • - delivering cutting-edge science in
    all scientific and technological areas.
  • - making Europes large public sector
    more efficient, and modernizing
  • sectors ranging from education to
    energy.
  • - tackling social challenges,
    improving quality of life and meeting the
  • challenge of an ageing society.
  • The European Union made a focused and targeted
    investment in ICT research and development as
    early as 1984 with the launch of 1st Framework
    Program (FP1).

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ICT - Future and emerging technologies (FET) A
continuing well established successful ICT scheme


  • FET is the ICT incubator and pathfinder for new
    ideas and themes for long-term research in the
    area of information and communication
    technologies.
  • Its mission is to promote high risk research,
    offset by potential breakthrough with high
    technological or societal impact.

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ICT Call 4 coverage (1/2)
  • SO 1.1 Future Networks
  • SO 1.5 Networked Media and 3D Internet
  • SO 2.1 Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics
  • SO 2.2 Language-based interactions
  • SO 3.2 Design of Semiconductor Components
    Electronic-based Miniaturized Systems
  • SO 3.3 Flexible, Organic and Large Area
    Electronics
  • SO 3.4 Embedded Systems Design
  • SO 3.6 Computing Systems
  • SO 3.7 Photonics
  • SO 3.8 Organic photonics and other disruptive
    photonics technologies
  • SO 5.1 Personal Health Systems
  • SO 5.2 ICT for Patient Safety
  • SO 5.4 VPH International Cooperation

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ICT Call 4 coverage (2/2)
  • SO 6.1 ICT for Safety and Energy Efficiency in
    Mobility
  • SO 6.3 ICT for Energy Efficiency
  • SO 6.4 ICT for Environmental Services and climate
    change adaptation
  • SO 7.1 ICT for Ageing Well
  • SO 7.2 Accessible and Assistive ICT
  • SO 7.3 ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling
  • SO 8.1 FET Proactive Initiative on Concurrent
    Tera- Device computing
  • SO 8.2 FET Proactive Initiactive on
    QI-Foundations Technologies
  • SO 8.3 FET Proactive Initiative
    Bio-chemistry-based IT
  • SO 8.9 FET Coordinating Communities- CSAs
  • SO 8.10 FET New research topics, emerging trends
  • SO 9.1 International Cooperation
  • SO 9.3 General Accompanying Actions
  • SO 9.4 Strengthening cooperation in Enlarged
    Europe

FET Proactive Initiative
Other FET Objectives
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ICT Call 5_Open July 31 2009 Close 3 November
2009
1. Pervasive and Trustworthy Network and Service Infrastructure 1. Pervasive and Trustworthy Network and Service Infrastructure M
1.1 The Network of the Future 80
1.2 Internet of Services, Software virtualisation 110
1.3 Internet of Things and enterprise environments 37
1.4 Trustworthy ICT 90
1.6 Future Internet Experimental Facility Experimentally-driven Research 50
3. Components, systems, engineering 3. Components, systems, engineering
3.1 Nanoelectronics Technology 35
3.5 Engineering of Networked Monitoring and Control Systems 32
3.7 Photonics 50
3.9 Microsystems and Smart Miniaturised Systems 80
4. Digital Libraries and Content 4. Digital Libraries and Content
4.2 Technology-Enhanced Learning 49
4.3 Intelligent information management 70
Future and Emerging Technologies (Proactive) Future and Emerging Technologies (Proactive)
8.4 Human-Computer Confluence 15
8.5 Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems 15
8.6 Towards Zero-Power ICT 7
8.9 Coordinating Communities, Plans and Actions in FET Proactive Initiatives 1.5
8.10 Identifying new research topics, Assessing emerging global ST trends in ICT for future FET Proactive initiatives 0.5
Horizontal Actions Horizontal Actions
9.2 Supplements to Support International Cooperation between Ongoing Projects 0.3
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ICT Call 6_Open November 24 2009 Close 13 April
2010
2. Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics 2. Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics M
2.1 Cognitive Systems and Robotics 80
4. Digital Libraries and Content 4. Digital Libraries and Content
4.1 Digital libraries and digital preservation 69
5. Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare 5. Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare
5.3 Virtual Physiological Human 63
6. ICT for Mobility, Env'l Sust. Energy Efficiency 6. ICT for Mobility, Env'l Sust. Energy Efficiency
6.2 ICT for Mobility of the Future 37
Future and Emerging Technologies (Proactive) Future and Emerging Technologies (Proactive)
8.7 proactive 7 Molecular Scale Devices and Systems 15
8.8 proactive 8 Brain Inspired ICT 15
8.9 Coordinating Communities, Plans and Actions in FET Proactive Initiatives 1.5
8.10 Identifying new research topics, Assessing emerging global ST trends in ICT for future FET Proactive initiatives 0.5
Horizontal Actions Horizontal Actions
9.1 International Cooperation 5
9.2 Supplements to Support International Cooperation between Ongoing Projects 0.4
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ICT - Future and emerging technologies (FET) A
continuing well established successful ICT scheme
  • FET research is essential for fostering
  • excellence and seeding innovation.
  • FET improves long-term competitiveness in
    European ICT by exploring new and alternative
    technological paradigms that may lead to entirely
    new fields of economic activities, new industries
    or first-class hightech SMEs.

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FET Mission
Bringing new science into technology!
Biology Life-sciences
Materials sciences
Core ICTs IT, Communications, Interfaces
Neuro sciences
Social sciences
Cognitive sciences
Miniaturisation
Managing Complexity
Co-evolution of societal and technological change
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Inspiration from nature
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FET Mission
  • 1. Pathfinder and Incubator for exploring new
    visionary ideas.
  • 2. Focusing on long term foundational research.
  • 3. Focusing on high risk/high pay-off multi- and
    inter-disciplinary research aiming at ST
    breakthroughs.
  • 4. Maturing structuring emerging research
    fields, research communities and research
    practices.

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FP5 FP7
FP7 (2007-2013) 7 years, 53 B
FP6 (2003-2006) 4 years, 17.5 B
COOPERATION
FP5 (1999-2002) 4 years, 13.7 B
Integrating Network of excellence Integrated
Project ERA-NET
  • IDEAS
  • European Research Council

Mobility infrastructures
9.8 per year
Project Consortium
40 per year
  • PEOPLE
  • Marie Curie Actions

Structing Infrastructes, Mobilite Innovation, INCO
Accompanying Measures Innovation, INCO
CAPACITIES Infrastructures, SMEs,
International Co-operation
Strengthening ERA
OTHERS Euratom, JRC
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FP7 (2007-2013) Structure
Information and Communication Technologies
3. ICT
9. Space
8. Socio-economic Research
7. Transport
5. Energy
2. Food, Agriculture Biotechnology
10. Security
4. Nano, Materials, Production Techn.

IDEAS (?????) European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge. European Research Council (ERC) - to stimulate creativity, excellence and the discovery of radical, new knowledge.
PEOPLE (??????) Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector. Marie Curie Actions - to strengthen, qualitatively and quantitatively, human resources in the European research sector.
CAPACITIES (????????) Research Infrastruc-tures Research Infrastruc-tures Research for the benefit of SMEs Research for the benefit of SMEs Research for the benefit of SMEs Regions of Know-ledge Regions of Know-ledge Regions of Know-ledge Research Potential Research Potential Science in Society Science in Society International Co-operation International Co-operation
6. Environment
1. Health
COOPERATION (?????)
32 B
7.5 B
4.7 B
4.2 B
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FP7 budget (2007-2013) 53.2 billion (2?4000?
NTDs)
(??????)
(????????)
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Cooperation programme thematic areas (32.4
billion)
(18)
ICT 28
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The European Future Technologies Conference -
FET09, 21-23 April 2009, Prague
  • The conference aims to be a European forum
    dedicated to visions and challenges as well as
    policy issues for frontier research in future and
    emerging information technologies.
  • More than 700 scientists, policy-makers,
    industry representatives and science journalists
    convened over 3 days to discuss today's frontier
    science, tomorrow's technologies and the impact
    of both on tomorrow's society.

Website http//ec.europa.eu/information_society/e
vents/fet/2009/index_en.htm
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Main directions for FET research
  • FET-Proactive long-term sustainability research
  • - Computing Systems
  • - Computing and Communication Paradigms
  • - Living with ICT
  • - Widening the Horizon of ICT

FET research
FET-Open High-risk and high-impact visionary
research - Thematically-oriented ex
stimulating the emergence of new research
communities - Horizontal issues in FET-like
research ex stimulating the emergence of
new visions and ideas, promoting new research
modalities, attitudes and practices, or exploring
new ways for achieving visibility and impact of
research
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FP7 Funding Scheme
Funding scheme Items Nature Max EU Contrib. Duration of project Targeted at No. of partners
????? Collaborative projects (CP) Small or medium-scale focused research actions (STREP) Single issue project 2-3 M 18-36 m Research institutes, universities and industry, including SMEs 6 15
????? Collaborative projects (CP) Large-scale integrating projects (IP) Multidisciplinary integrated projects 4 20 M 36-60 m Research institutes, universities and industry, including SMEs 10 20
??????????? Coordination and support actions (CSA) Coordination Actions (CA) Preparing future actions 0.5 M 9-30 m Research institutes, universities and industry, including SMEs 1 15
??????????? Coordination and support actions (CSA) Specific Support Actions (SSA) Coordinating networking participants 1 M 18-36 m Research institutes, universities and industry, including SMEs 12 36
???????? Networks of Excellence (NoE) NoE Integrating research activities 7 M 48-60 m Research institutes, universities and industry, including SMEs 6 50
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Outline
  • Introduction of Future and Emerging Technologies
    (FET)
  • FET-OPEN
  • - transformative and foundational research
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 1 Call 3
    (past)
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 4- Call 6
  • Summary

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FET-Open
  • Risky, new ideas with long-term visionary impact
    on ICT
  • can come from anywhere, from anybody and at
    anytime.
  • do not require many pages to be convincing.
  • are fragile and easy to shoot down.
  • require a transdisciplinary perspective to
    evaluate them.

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What is open about FET-Open?
  • The FET-Open 'scheme', allows EC (European
    Commission) to be as reactive as possible to new
    developments and opportunities in science and
    technology
  • - FET-Open is open in terms of themes (no
    predefined orientation),
  • - FET-Open is open in terms of timing
    (anytime submission),
  • - FET-Open is open for its low-threshold
    entry point (light first
  • submission step)
  • - FET-Open is open for its anonymous
    entry point (first step evaluation).

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Want to test a FET-Open idea?
European Commission DG Information Society and
Media Future and Emerging Technologies Email
walter.van-de-velde_at_ec.europa.eu Website
http//cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/programme/fet_en.h
tml
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FET-OPEN PROJECTS-BATCH 1-3 (2007-2008)
AI Cognitive systems
Robotics/systems engineering
Machine learning
Computing architectures
SIMBAD
Visualization Search
Supercomputing
BISON
NextMuSE
Information management
Computational science
Modeling
Data mining (???? ) Knowledge discovery
Simulation visualization
Collaborative/ community systems
Web 2.0
LiquidPublication
Sociotechnological computing
Algorithms
Computer Science
SCENIC
SMALL
Signal processing
Complex systems
Networks communication
Self-organizing systems
Virtual/mixed reality(???? /????) interfaces
Artificial life
EFLUX
Brain/machine interfaces
Bio-ICT
ECCell
Sensor networks
Bio-based hardware
HIVE
Opportunity
Neuro-IT
Wearables Context awareness
BION
HCl
Ambient intelligence
CLONS
Molecular computing
Emerging device technologies
Prosthetics (???) Human augmentation
NIW
Presence/immersion
Haptic(????) interfaces
Multimodal interfaces
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Project name
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FET-OPEN PROJECTS-BATCH 1-3 (2007-2008)
Error correction
Emerging device technologies
Computer Science
MIDAS
Atomics
CORNER
NAME-QUAM
HIP
HIDEAS-II COMPAS
Molecular computing
MolSpinQIP
QIPC
Neuro-IT
Photonics
BION
GOSPEL
Bio-based hardware
MINOS
PHOME
Bio-ICT
Nanostructured materials
ECCell
EFLUX
Self-organizing systems
SCOPE
Artificial life
STELE-II
Complex systems
Spintronics
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Project name
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FET-OPEN PROJECTS-BATCH 4-5 (2007-2008)
Emerging device technologies
GEOMDISS
QUEVADIS
QPIC
FEMTOBLUE UNITRIDE
Photonics
COQUIT
Atom-based technologies
TAILPHOX
Nanostructured materials
QNEMS
DYNANETS ICTeCOLLECTIVE
Network analysis
BIO-ICT
Complex systems
Neuro-IT
Simulation/Visualisation
CONNECT
SEMSEG
Bio-mimetic sensing/actuation
Modeling
Signal Processing
Information management
CURVACE
Computer vision
Computer science
AI and Cognitive Systems
Data mining/Knowledge discovery
Cryptography (???)
FOX
UNIQUE
Mobile/wireless networks
Networks and communication
CROWN
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Project name
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Call implementation
  • Continuation of the successful popular scheme
    of FP6.
  • CA STREP only / Continuous submission.

2 stage submission evaluation
1 stage submission evaluation
Short proposal (5 pages), anonymous, as soon as
it is submitted. If short proposal successful,
full proposal submitted by a binding cut-off date
and evaluated in batches.
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FETOpen indicative timing per batch (2009-2010)
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Outline
  • Introduction of Future and Emerging Technologies
    (FET)
  • FET-OPEN
  • - transformative and foundational research
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 1 Call 3
    (past)
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 4- Call 6
  • Summary and Video DVD

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FET Proactive
  • FET proactive will spearhead transformative
    research and support community building, and
    enhance Europe's innovation potential around a
    number of fundamental long-term challenges in
    ICT. In particular

2. Computing Communication Paradigms
1. Computing Systems
Pervasive Adaptation Science of complex
systems for socially intelligent ICT
Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
4. Widening the Horizon of ICT
3. Living with ICT
Embodied Intelligence ICT Forever Yours
BIO-ICT Convergence Science of complex systems
for socially intelligent ICT
  • Call 1
  • Call 3

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FET Proactive Initiatives - FP7 Timescales
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Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
Call 1
  • CHIMONO (STREP)
  • To demonstrate a detailed control of molecules
    realized by means of integrated electric,
    magnetic, RF, microwave and optical fields.
  • the project will demonstrate new possibilities
    for the transfer of information between molecular
    states and optical or microwave fields or charged
    currents. (http//chimono.lens.unifit.it/)
  • SINGLE (STREP)
  • Transmolecular conductance at a single molecule
    level electronic coupling to the electrode and
    to internal degrees of freedom (vibrations,
    conformational changes, intramolecular electronic
    levels, spins) or external stimuli (magnetic
    field, light). (http//single.ku.dk/)
  • MOLOC (STREP)
  • Logic circuits where the basic element is a
    single molecule.
  • To implement finite state machines and parallel
    computing with a multilevel logic.
    (http//www.moloc.ulg.ac.be/)

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Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
Call 1
  • VIACARBON (STREP)
  • To develop carbon nanotubes for vertical and
    horizontal interconnects for CMOS nodes of nm
    and beyond, and for NEMS RF switches.
  • (http//www.viacarbon.eu/)
  • CATHERINE (STREP)
  • To develops a new unconventional technology
    based on carbon nanotubes (CNT) for local and
    chip-level interconnects. This technology should
    extend ICT beyond the limits of CMOS technology.
  • (http//www.catherineproject.eu/)
  • NABAB (STREP)
  • Targets the realization of useful computing
    functions by means
  • of the integration of elementary nanometer-scale
    and molecular electronic devices.
    (http//nababnews.free.fr/Joomla/)

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Nano-scale ICT devices and systems
Call 1
  • AFSID (STREP)
  • Investigates new functionalities arising from
    the control of a single charge and spin on
    individual dopants in silicon. Based on ultimate
    silicon single electron transistors (SETs). A
    SET-FET hybrid device will be built on chip, in
    order to prove the validity of the hybrid
    SET-CMOS approach.
  • (http//www.afsid.eu)
  • GRAND (STREP)
  • Verifies and assesses whether graphene,
    consisting of a single atom layer of carbon with
    a structure similar to graphite can bring
    conventional semiconductor technology beyond the
    CMOS era.
  • (http//www.grand-project.eu/)

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Pervasive Adaptation (????????)
Call 1
  • SYMBRION (IP)
  • Symbiotic multi-robot organisms. Such robot
    organisms will consist of large swarms of
    robots,which can dock with each other and share
    energy and computational resources within a
    single artificial-life-form.(www.symbrion.eu)
  • ATRACO (STREP)
  • Investigates the factors and develops
    technologies that will lead to the realisation of
    ecologies comprising people, context-aware
    artefacts and digital commodities. Within the
    project an architecture will be designed,
    services will be developed, and a test bed
    application will be used to demonstrate the
    approach. (http//www.uni-ulm.de/in/atraco)
  • SOCIALNETS (STREP)
  • Exploits social networks for communication
    between electronic devices, providing a unique
    way of translating human behaviour into
    adaptation for pervasive systems.
    (http//www.social-nets.eu/)

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Pervasive Adaptation (????????)
Call 1
  • FRONTS (STREP)
  • Establishes a theoretical foundation for
    adaptive networked societies of small or tiny
    heterogeneous artefacts. This goal will be
    achieved by working on quantitative theory of
    networked adaptation and in particular on the
    ability of self-organised networks to adapt to
    environmental changes. (http//fronts.cti.gr/)
  • ALLOW (STREP)
  • Develops a new programming paradigm for
    human-oriented adaptive pervasive applications,
    based on the concept of adaptive pervasive flows.
    (http//www.allow-project.eu/)
  • REFLECT (STREP)
  • Develops new concepts for self-organised and
    adaptive collaboration between people and their
    specific environments.
  • (http//reflect.first.fraunhofer.de)

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Bio-ICT convergence
Call 1
  • SECO (IP)
  • Demonstrate the principles by which a population
    of real or artificial neurons can grow and
    assemble themselves into functioning circuits.
  • These principles will be applied by engineering
    some first self-constructing applications.
  • Unlike existing artificial processing systems,
    it is expect that these self-constructed networks
    will respond to damage or environmental changes
    by significant self-repair and cellular
    re-wiring. (http//www.seco-project.eu/)
  • NEUROCHEM (STREP)
  • Takes inspiration from the biological olfactory
    (??) pathway to develop novel computing paradigms
    and biomimetic artefacts for chemical sensing.
    (http//www.neurochem-project.org/)

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Bio-ICT convergence
Call 1
  • BIOTACT (IP)
  • Develops new technologies inspired by the
    whisker (??) morphology and neural processing
    systems of two masters of tactile (???) sensing
  • Norwegian rat (???)
  • Etruscan shrew (???????),
  • which sweep their whiskers back and forth at high
    speeds in a controlled and feedback-sensitive
    manner.
  • two biomimetic (?????) artefacts will be
    developed
  • 1. A novel active tactile sensing array with many
    hundreds of whisker-like sensing elements
  • 2. An autonomous whiskered robot that can seek
    out, identify, and track fast-moving target
    objects. (http//www.biotact.org/)
  • LAMPETRA (STREP)
  • Develops lamprey(???)/salamander(??) bioinspired
    artefacts to find new solutions for
    high-performance artificial locomotion (??), in
    terms of fast-response, adaptability(???),
  • reliability, energy efficiency, and control.
    (http//www.lampetra.org/)

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Bio-ICT convergence
Call 1
  • RENACHIP (STREP)
  • Develops a full biohybrid rehabilitation (??)
    and substitution methodology replacing the aged
    cerebellar brain (??) circuit with a biomimetic
    (?????) chip bi-directionally interfaced to the
    inputs and outputs of the system.
  • Information processing will interface with the
    cerebellum to actuate a normal, real-time
    functional behavioural recovery, providing a
    proof-of-concept test for the functional
    rehabilitation of more complex neuronal systems.
    (http//www.renachip.org/)
  • CYBERRAT (STREP)
  • Will create an innovative interface between a
    semiconductor chip or an ensemble of
    semiconductor chips and the brain of a living
    rat.
  • Small CMOS chips featuring stimulation and
    recording sites integrated at high-density
    (elements spaced only - micrometers apart) will
    be implanted in several brain areas.
  • Using high-density integration, functional
    electrical imaging and stimulation of neuronal
    networks within the brain cortex (??) and deep
    nuclei will be performed at a spatial resolution
    close to that of the single neuron and at a
    temporal resolution of a few tens of
    microseconds. (http//www.cyberrat.eu/)

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Bio-ICT convergence
Call 1
  • BRAINSTORM (STREP)
  • Develops an integrated system enabling on-chip
    intracellular (????) recordings from a relatively
    large cultured neuronal network combined with
    chemical sensing and intracellular delivery of
    biologically active molecules.
  • Micro-nail-type probes will be integrated with a
    CMOS readout circuitry. These micro-nails are
    structured to operate either as intracellular
    microelectrodes or as intracellular
    micro-syringes (???)
  • With appropriate bio-functionalization, the
    micro-nails inserted intracellularly will also
    serve as sensors for phosphorylation
    (?????)/dephosphorylation (??) reactions within
    living cells.
  • (http//www.imec.be/brainstorm/)

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Science of Complex Systems for socially
Intelligent ICT
Call 3
  • CYBEREMOTIONS (IP)
  • aims to understand the process of collective
    emotion formulation in e-communities as a
    spontaneous emergent behaviour occurring in
    complex techno-social networks.
  • It will create decentralized (???) adaptive
    tools to amplify positive and suppress negative
    collective emotions. (http//www.cyberemotions.eu)
  • QLECTIVES (IP)
  • aims to understand, experiment with, design and
    build cooperative socially intelligent ICT
    systems that will enable and support emergent
    quality collectives (communities).
  • One of its key contributions will be to define,
    predict and to quantify the conditions necessary
    to
  • achieve trust and quality in on-line collective
    activities. (http//www.qlectives.eu)

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Science of Complex Systems for socially
Intelligent ICT
Call 3
  • ASSYST (CA)
  • addresses coordination activities for complex
    systems specifically in the area of socially
    intelligent ICT.
  • It will support the consolidation and
    enlargement of the complex systems (CS) community
    and the research projects funded as a result of
    the objective Science of Complex Systems for
    Socially Intelligent ICT. (http//assyst.open.ac.
    uk)
  • EPIWORK (IP)
  • addresses the development of a framework for an
    epidemic (???) forecasting infrastructure.
  • Understanding of the spread of infectious
    disease will be significantly improved, and a key
    result will be a platform for data collection,
    modelling and prediction.
  • The potential impact on society is very high,
    and EPIWORK will also have a high impact on the
    scientific foundations for complex systems.

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Science of Complex Systems for socially
Intelligent ICT
Call 3
  • SOCIONICAL (IP)
  • will develop complexity science based modelling,
    prediction and simulation methods for large scale
    socio-technical systems.
  • The focus is on the specific example of Ambient
    Intelligence based smart systems.
  • The work will study global properties and
    emergent phenomena that arise from local feedback
    loops and their coupling. (http//www.socionical.e
    u)

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ICT forever yours
Call 3
3. CONNECT Continuous composition of networked
systems. On the fly synthesis of network systems
connectors. Behavior learning, formal methods,
semantic services.
1. LivingKnowledge Diversity and time in opinion
and bias. Navigation and search in multi-modal
datasets. Cognitive science, library science,
semiotics(???).
Knowledge
Eternal systems
4. SecureChange Continuing compliance to
security, dependability and primacy requirements
for long-lived evolving systems. Software
security, formal methods, model based testing,
autonomic and adaptive software.
Secure, dependable
2. HATS High adaptability and trustworthiness of
software construction. Methodological and tool
framework based on formal semantics. Perspective
of designing self-adaptive(????) software.
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Outline
  • Introduction of Future and Emerging Technologies
    (FET)
  • FET-OPEN
  • - transformative and foundational research
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 1 Call 3
    (past)
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 4- Call 6
  • Summary and Video DVD

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Call 4 - Concurrent Tera-Device Computing
15M, IP/Strep
  • Motivation
  • Integrated circuits and tightly-coupled systems
    will integrate up to 1000 billion devices by the
    year 2020.
  • This will lead to better performances if
    architectures and software can deal with
  • - Higher concurrency
  • - Heterogeneous architectures for specific
    applications
  • - Variability and failure of components
  • - Efficient power consumption
  • Objectives
  • Radically new methods and tools for
    architecture, design and programming of chips and
    systems beyond 2020.

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Call 4 - Quantum Information Foundations
Technologies (QI-FT)
15M, IP
  • Motivation
  • Technologies that exploit the quantum nature of
    information offer novel modes of computing and
    communicating.
  • They have strong potential to circumvent some of
    the bottlenecks associated with the extrapolation
    of present-day information processing and
    technologies.
  • Objectives
  • Foundations of Energy Harvesting at the
    nano-scale new strategies for energy harvesting
    and local storage below the micrometer scale.
  • Self powered autonomous nano-scale electronic
  • devices.

FP7 atomic scale tech.
Scalability of Quantum Processing Systems
FP6 QIPC
Entanglement Enabled Quantum Technologies
Long-Distance Quantum Communications
Interconversion of qubits
Quantum Information Theory, Algorithms and
Paradigms
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Call 4 - Bio-chemistry-based Information
Technology
7M, Strep
  • Motivation
  • Biological cells are highly sophisticated,
    chemical information processing systems, capable
    of responding to changing conditions.
  • The information processing capabilities of such
    systems could be exploited by future information
    technologies if this information chemistry
    could be programmed.
  • Objective
  • Develop the foundations for a radically new kind
    of information processing technology inspired by
    chemical processes in living systems.

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Call 5 Human Computer Confluence
15M, IP/Strep
  • Motivation
  • Achieve ltltHuman-computer confluencegtgt.
  • developing and enhancing the interaction between
    humans and system components, and between people
    or people and the natural environment, in part by
    making devices more attuned to human cognitive
    abilities.
  • such as telepresence, imagery-enhanced learning,
    and the
  • enhancement of sensory perception.
  • Human Computer Confluence aims to explore how
    such technology can be mastered and made
    beneficial for both individuals and societies.
  • Expected Impacts
  • Human computer confluence offers an opportunity
    to harness the growing power of computing and,in
    particular, the large scale interconnections of
    computing devices to create new forms
  • of media, new forms of sensing and sensory
    perception, even new forms of cognition and
    experience.

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Call 5 - Towards Zero-Power ICT
7M, Strep
Sciences 2007
  • Motivation
  • New disruptive directions are needed for
    energy-harvesting technologies at the nanometer
    and molecular scale, and their integration with
    low-power ICT into autonomous nano-scale devices
    for sensing, processing, actuating and
    communication.
  • Expected impact
  • Possibility of building autonomous nano-scale
    devices (from sensor to actuators), extending the
    miniaturisation of autonomous devices beyond the
    level of the smart dust.
  • New applications in a vast number of ICT fields
    such as intelligent distributed sensing, for
    health, safety-critical systems or environment
    monitoring.

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Call 5 - Self-awareness in Autonomic Systems
Motivation Create autonomic computing and
communication systems able to optimise overall
performance and resource usage in response to
changing conditions, adapting to both context
(such as user behaviour) and internal changes
(such as topology).
  • Expected impact
  • Creating awareness at level of autonomic nodes
  • - awareness at the level of autonomic nodes, by
    allowing them to interactively and selectively
    collect information about the system,
  • - and use it effectively.
  • Dynamic self-expression
  • - namely the ability to autonomically use
    awareness to adapt the trade-off between
    abstraction and optimisation.

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Call 6 Molecular Scale Devices Systems
15M, IP/Strep
Why molecules? Molecules have nanoscale
dimensions by nature Recognition Controlled
assembly and selective bonding Multiple
geometric structures (isomers) with different
properties Properties and shape can be
tailored Functionalization (e.g. mechanics,
magnetic properties, electronic function,...)
Why molecular-scale devices? Ultimate
miniaturization small size High operation
speed Low cost Low energy consumption
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Call 6 Brain-Inspired ICT
15M, IP/Strep
  • Motivation
  • Understand the workings of the human brain. How
    does the brain encode memories, and act as a
    creative force? What are the roots of
    intelligence and, ultimately, of
    consciousness?.......
  • Reverse engineer the brain, extracting
    principles of information processing that could
    form the basis of a vastly more powerful IT.
  • Expected Impacts
  • Brain a multi-scale dynamical system.
  • ? It would present theoretical researchers with
    very different data sets than are currently
    available.
  • These developments point to a new generation of
    devices working along the principles of the brain
    and could well represent the birth of a new
    breakthrough technology.
  • -especially in the study of low power
    consumption and self-organisation.

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Outline
  • Introduction of Future and Emerging Technologies
    (FET)
  • FET-OPEN
  • - transformative and foundational research
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 1 Call 3
    (past)
  • FET Proactive Initiatives FP7 Call 4- Call 6
  • Summary and Video DVD

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Summary
  • FET is the home for top quality scientific
    excellence
  • has an excellent track record on impacting
    main-stream ICT research
  • is a very successful pathfinder and seeds
    innovation
  • is a strong asset to ICT - different and unique
  • is open for cooperation with partners from
    outside Europe

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