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Strength of Information Society Depends from
Quality of Information and Communication
Technologies (ICT and Framework Programmes in
EU) Anton Lavrin TU Košice delegate of SR
in ISTC PS. Presentation is prepared from
materials and presentations from EC and DG IS and
Media SI 2005 Prague



Version SHORT 01
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The European Union Today Democratic countries,
committed to working together for peace and
prosperity -- like Largest knowledge based
economy by 2010
EU-15 Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy,
Netherlands, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
UK
EU-15 citizens 370 million GDP 8,500
bn EU-25 citizens 445 million GDP 8,860 bn
EU-25 (since 1 May 2004) Cyprus, Czech Rep.,
Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta,
Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
joining after 2006 Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia,
Turkey
joining after 2006 Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey
EUs historical roots lie in WW2 Such killing
destruction should not happen again in Europe -
Robert Schuman, French Foreign Minister on 9 May
1950
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EU is more behind in ICT RD investment
Other major OECD economies spend more than 1/3
of total RD budget on ICT. Europe spends only
18 on ICT !
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Retrospect about Framework Programmes and
ICT development
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20 years of Framework Programme research
FP evolution in last 20 years
growing, but only 5 of public RD spending in
Europe
EU activities require
  • Collaboration cross-disciplinarity
  • Consensus partnership (funding levels 50 of
    industrial, 100 of academic participation)

Focused RD
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2005 gt DG IS and MEDIA
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Pair slides about 5th FP
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IST Key Actions in FP5 The 3600 M budget was
distributed over the different IST actions
Key actions 1 Systems and services for the
citizen 646 M 2 New methods of work and
electronic commerce 547 M 3 Multimedia content
and tools 564 M 4 Essential technologies and
infrastructures 1363 M Future and emerging
technologies 319 M
Research Networking 161 M
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Nowadays it is time of finishing with the 6th
Framework Programme
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The total budget of 17.5 B 11.3 B is
allocated to the priority thematic areas
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Division of budget over the priority themes in FP6
11.3 B for Thematic Priorities
3.625 B
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Strategic Objectives of the IST Priority in
FP6 TECHNOLOGY COMPONENTS INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
SECTORIAL APPLICATIONS
1. Applied IST research addressing major
societal and economic challenges 1.1 Towards a
global dependability and security framework 1.2
Networked businesses and governments 1.3 eSafety
for road and air transports 1.4 eHealth 1.5
Technology-enhanced learning and access to
cultural heritage 1.6 Applications and services
for the mobile user and worker 1.7 Cross-media
content for leisure and entertainment 1.8
GRID-based systems for solving complex
problems 1.9 Improving risk management 1.10
eInclusion 1.11 Products and services engineering
2010 2. Communication, computing and software
technologies 2.1 Broadband for all 2.2 Mobile and
wireless systems beyond 3G 2.3 Networked
audiovisual systems and home platforms 2.4 Open
development platforms for software and
services 2.5 Embedded systems 3. Components and
Microsystems 3.1 Pushing the limits of CMOS and
preparing for post-CMOS 3.2 Micro- and nano
systems 3.3 Advanced displays 3.4 Optical,
opto-electronic, and photonic functional
components 4. Knowledge and interface
technologies 4.1 Multimodal interfaces 4.2
Semantic-based knowledge systems 4.3 Cognitive
system 5. IST future and emerging technologies
-FET 5.1 Open initiatives 5.2 Proactive
initiatives 5.3 Open scheme

Call 5
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6FP/IST WP 2005-2006 Budget availability at 9.
March 2005
  • Expected Total (FP6 WP Calls) 3874
    M
  • Less Consumption Calls WP 2003-04 Calls
    1,2,3, FET, Join NMP - 1886 M
  • Available expected Total WP2005-06 calls
    1988 M
  • Less Allocation Calls WP2005-06
    - 1818 M Calls 4,5, FET, Join NMP
  • Not yet allocated / 2006 budget
    170 M

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CALL 5 17 May 2005 21 -- September 2005 at
17.00 (Brussels local time) - 638 MEuro 2.5.1
Photonic components IPs, STREPs, CAs, SSAs
65/35 47 MEuro 2.5.2 Micro/nano based
sub-systems IPs, STREPs, CAs, SSAs 70/30 58
MEuro 2.5.3 Embedded Systems IPs, NoEs, STREPs,
SSAs, Cas 60/40 68 MEuro 2.5.4 Advanced Grid
Technologies, Systems and Services IPs, STREPs,
SSAs, CAs 70/30 62 MEuro 2.5.5 Software and
services IPs, NoEs, STREPs, SSAs, Cas  60/40  
67 MEuro 2.5.6 Research networking testbeds IPs,
NoEs, STREPs, SSAs, Cas  65/35   18
MEuro 2.5.7 Multimodal Interfaces IPs, STREPs
60/40 54 MEuro 2.5.8 ICT for Networked
Businesses IPs, NoEs, STREPs, CAs, SSAs 
55/45  46 MEuro 2.5.9 Collaborative Working
Environments -- 7FP IPs, STREPs, SSAs, CAs
70/30 40 MEuro 2.5.10 Access to and
preservation of cultural and scientific resources
!! IPs, STREPs, CAs 40/60 36 MEuro 2.5.11
eInclusion IPs, STREPs, CAs, SSAs 50/50 29
MEuro 2.5.12 ICT for Environmental Risk
Management IPs, STREPs, CAs, SSAs 60/40 40
MEuro
FET Proactive Initiative -- Call 5 2.3.4 (xi)
Simulating Emergent Properties in Complex
Systems STREPs 0/100 , 9 MEuro
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  • CALL 6 /IST (November 2005) proposal
  • Available budget after call 5 at least 140 M
  • Fields opened in call 1 to 4 well covered with
    selected proposals
  • Continuity between WP 2003-04 and WP
    2005-06
  • There are emerging fields in ICT that need to be
    covered now
  • First projects in FP7 to start end 2007 /
    beginning 2008
  • SOs
  • Advanced robotics
  • Tools for design, creativity and augmented
    personal capacities
  • Ambient Assisted Living for the ageing society
  • Advanced search technologies for AudioVideo
    content
  • International cooperation

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7th Framework Programme is in preparation
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7 FP Vision Putting the knowledge triangle at
work
  • -To be a genuinely competitive knowledge
    economy
  • Europe must be better in producing knowledge
    through research
  • In diffusing it through education
  • In applying it through innovation

Europe needs to invest more and better
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7FP STRUCTURE Continuity 7-years duration
Doubling budget per year New impetus (ERC, JIT,
Individual projects .. ..)
Cooperation Predefined themes, refined FP6
instruments
Ideas Frontier research, competition,
individual grants
People Human potential, mobility
Capacities Infrastructure, SMEs, science and
society,
Joint Research Centres non-nuclear

EURATOM
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7FP Specific Programmes - Budget 72 726 m 3
092 m
Cooperation 44735 m (61)
Ideas 11942 m (16)
People 7178 m (10)
Capacities 7536 m (10)
JRC 1824 m (3)
EURATOM 3092 m
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  • Thematic Areas
  • Cooperation ..44432
    MEuro
  • Health 8317
  • Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology
    2455
  • Information and Communication Technologies
    12670
  • Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new
    Production
  • Technologies .
    4832
  • Energy 2931
  • Environment (including Climate Change)
    2535
  • Transport (including Aeronautics)
    5940
  • Socio-economic Sciences and the
    Humanities792
  • Security and Space 3960
  • Ideas . 11862 MEuro
  • People ..7129 MEuro
  • Capacities 7486 MEuro
  • Research Infrastructures
    3961
  • Research for the benefit of SMEs
    1901
  • Regions of Knowledge 158
  • Research Potential 554

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Cooperation Collaborative Research Themes
Nano, materials, production 4865 m (11)
ICT 12756 m (28.5)
Energy 2951 m (7)
Environment 2552 m (6)
Transport 5981 m (13)
Food, agri, biotech 2472 m (6)
Socio-econ research 798 m (2)
Space and security 3987 m (9)
Health 8373 m (18)
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  • Organization, instruments, management resources
  • Under each theme there will be sufficient
    flexibility to address
  • Emerging needs
  • Unforeseen policy needs
  • Support will be implemented across all themes
    through
  • Collaborative projects
  • Networks of Excellence
  • Coordination/support actions
  • Joint Technology Initiatives (In a limited number
    of cases ICT Nano-electronics, Embedded
    Systems, )
  • Coordination (ERA-NET ERA-NET Article 169)
  • Community participation in national research
    programmes
  • Efficiency of Art. 169 as the most appropriate
    means for achieving objectives
  • Presence of pre-existing national research
    programmes
  • Critical mass (size and number of
    programmes/activities)
  • Structural funds
  • ICT Ambient Assisted Living, Embedded Systems,

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  • Implementation principles
  • Details and precisions/decisions in the work
    programmes
  • More detailed content
  • Scientific and technological goals
  • Scope of activities
  • Results expected
  • More details on types of funding schemes
  • Financial contributions
  • Participants (industry, universities, )
  • Activities (RD, demo, training, )
  • More details on available budget
  • Reducing the burden of administrative and
    financial rules and procedures
  • Lowering the number of requests to participants
  • Simplifying the Commissions controls
  • Improving the financial schemes and modalities of
    funding

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7 FP People Human Potential
  • - Initial training of researchers
  • Marie Curie Networks
  • - Life-long training and career development
  • Individual Fellowships
  • Co-financing of national/international programmes
  • - Industry-academia pathways and partnerships
  • Industry-Academia Scheme
  • - International dimension
  • Outgoing International Fellowships Incoming
    International Fellowships International
    Cooperation Scheme Reintegration grants
  • - Specific actions
  • Excellence awards

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  • 7 FP Capacities Research Infrastructures
  • IST view
  • - Support to existing research infrastructures
  • Research e-infrastructures
  • GÉANT, Grids, Super-/high-end-computing
  • Transnational access
  • Integrating activities
  • - Support to new research infrastructures
  • Construction of new research infrastructures and
    major updates of existing ones
  • Nanoelectronics cleanrooms
  • Design studies

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A little more about Information and Communication
Technologies Thematic Area 3 in
Cooperation
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From eEurope to i2010 presented by Commissioner
Vivian Reding (3xi concept) 1. A Single
European Information Space The completion of a
Single European Information Space which promotes
an open and competitive internal market for
information society and media 2. Innovation and
investment in research Strengthening Innovation
and Investment in ICT research to promote growth
and more and better jobs 3. Inclusion, better
public services and quality of life Achieving an
Inclusive European Information Society that
promotes growth and jobs in a manner that is
consistent with sustainable development and that
prioritises better public services and quality of
life.
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  • Main Themes and Activities / ICT
  • ICT Technology Pillars
  • pushing the limits of performance, usability,
    dependability, cost-efficiency
  • Integration of Technologies
  • integrating multi-technology sets that underlie
    new functionalities, services and applications
  • Applications Research
  • providing the knowledge and the means to develop
    a wide range of ICT-based services and
    applications
  • Future and Emerging Technologies (research
    oriented projects)
  • supporting research at the frontiers of knowledge

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  • ICT Technology Pillars
  • Nano-electronics, photonics and integrated
    micro/nano-systems
  • Ubiquitous and unlimited capacity communication
    networks
  • Embedded systems, computing and control
  • Software, Grids, security and dependability
  • Knowledge, cognitive and learning systems
  • Simulation, visualisation, interaction and mixed
    realities
  • New perspectives emerging in ICT drawing on other
    science and technology disciplines

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  • Integration of Technologies
  • Personal environments
  • personal communication and computing devices,
    wearables, implants..
  • Home environments
  • communication, monitoring, control, assistance
  • Robotic systems
  • advanced autonomous systems cognition, control,
    miniaturisation
  • Intelligent infrastructures
  • tools making infrastructures that are critical to
    everyday life more efficient, easier to adapt and
    maintain,

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  • Applications Research
  • ICT meeting societal challenges
  • for health to improve inclusion for mobility
    in support of the environment for governments
  • ICT for content, creativity and personal
    development
  • new media and content technology-enhanced
    learning digital cultural assets
  • ICT supporting businesses and industry
  • business processes collaborative work
    manufacturing
  • ICT for trust and confidence
  • identity, authentication, authorization, privacy,
    rights

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  • Last information from ISTC
  • CALL 4
  • CZ
  • 176 participations /projects / 47 542 k
    requested
  • Coordination / 12 projects / 31 796 k
  • SK
  • participations / projects / 15 802 k requested
  • Coordination / 4 projects / 6 476 k

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Dakujem za pozornost Kontakt Anton Lavrin ,
TU Košice, Oddelenie európskych projektov,
Letná 9, 04200 Košice Anton.Lavrin_at_tuke.sk www.
tuke.sk/ist
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