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Title: New%20work%20environments%20-%20and%20organisation%20of%20work%20Context,%20rationale,%20Content,%20Instruments%20%20WP%202003-2004


1
New work environments- and organisation of
workContext, rationale, Content, Instruments
WP 2003-2004
  • Bror Salmelin,
  • Head of Unit
  • European Commission, IST programme
  • New Working Environments
  • (bror.salmelin_at_cec.eu.int)

2
Outline of presentation
  • IST within FP6
  • Structure and budget
  • The IST Priority
  • Objectives, vision content
  • IST workprogramme 2003-2004
  • Main features
  • Focus and priorities
  • Roadmap of calls and budgets
  • FP6 Instruments in IST
  • Reminder of new and traditional instruments
  • Examples
  • Applications in e-business and e-work

3
ERA-a new context for EU supported RTD
  • Moving to a European level Research policy
  • Strengthen co-operation between National and EU
    Activities
  • Improve links between National and EU policies
    and schemes
  • Supports enlargement
  • Development of a shared vision on European RTD
  • Potential for co-funding arrangements
  • FP6 is a major instrument to realise ERA
  • Realising ERA will require
  • New thinking more strategic and goal oriented
  • New approach concentration, critical mass and
    flexibility
  • New scope taking account of the international
    dimension of RTD(greater awareness of whos
    doing what)
  • New instruments Integrated Projects (IPs)
    Networks of Excellence (NoEs)

FP6 is not business as usual!
4
The components of FP6
5
FP6 Budget breakdown
  • Focussing and Integrating
  • Genomics 2255 M
  • Information Society Technologies 3625 M
  • Nanotechnologies, int.. 1300 M
  • Aeronautics and space 1075 M
  • Food quality and safety 685 M
  • Sustainable development 2120 M
  • Citizens and governance .. 225 M
  • Anticipation of ST needs
  • Anticipating needs 555 M
  • SMEs 430 M
  • Specific INCO 315 M
  • Strengthening ERA foundations 320 M
  • Structuring ERA
  • Research and Innovation 290 M
  • Human resources 1580 M
  • Research Infrastructures 655 M
  • Science/Society 80 M

----------gt 400 M IST fair share
  • Joint Research Centre 760 M

6
IST in FP6 - objectives strategy
  • Main objectives
  • Establishing Europes leadership in the
    technologies at the heart of the knowledge
    economy and society
  • Strengthening Europes competitiveness
    technology base
  • Building the information and knowledge society
    for ALL
  • Strategy
  • Concentration and focus, building critical mass
  • Visionary, forward looking (longer term / high
    risk)
  • Combine flexibility with greater speed in
    implementation
  • Scope of activities Core technologies
    pull-through applications
  • Lisbon objectives and eEurope as context!

7
The IST vision
  • Bringing the users, people, to the
    foreground.... to the centre of our
    attention
  • building trustful technologies for the background
    (almost invisible)
  • Making technology adapt to people and business
    needs
  • Moving to an era where ..Our surrounding is
    the interface to IST applications services
  • Exploring beyond the PC, screens keyboard
    interfaces...
  • Enabling multi-sensorial dialogues ..
  • supported by computing networking
  • everywhere, embedded in everyday objects(e.g
    furniture, clothes, vehicles, smart materials, )

8
Future Emerging Technologies
  • More exploratory and visionary research
  • Helping new IST-related ST fields and
    communities to emerge
  • Complementary to
  • other IST strategic objectives
  • other FP6 Anticipating ST needs / frontier
    research (new fields / multidisciplinary work)
  • Open scheme openess to unforeseeable ideas
  • Proactive initiatives critical mass where focus
    is needed
  • e.g. beyond robotics, complex systems
    research

9
GEANT GRIDs in FP6
FP6 goals
FP5 results
10Gigabit/s, EU NAS
100 Gigabit/s, Terabit/s,- progressive
inclusion in schools
GÉANT
Mediterranean Latin America
International
Global connectivity
Large scale GRIDs platforms(virtual communities)
GRIDs
Initial pilots
Next Generation Internet solutionsfor the
Research Community
IPv6, Quality of Service
Test-beds
10
Human Capital/Marie Curie - F
  • Mission (adapted from Old F5)
  • Improving the use of human capital within IST
    research, by promoting synergy between the IST
    programme and the horizontal programme Human
    Resources and Mobility (HRM) of DG RTD/D.
  • Key Activities
  • Legacy from FP5 - 43 Marie Curie Industry Host
    Fellowship and 8 Accompanying Measure contracts
    open
  • Supporting training related aspects of
    operational work.
  • Stimulating IST Community to take up HRM
    opportunities.

11
IST Workprogramme 2003- 04 Approach
  • A two year WP
  • A limited number of calls Three over two years
  • Concentration on a limited set of  Strategic
    Objectives 
  • 12 Strategic Objectives in 2003,11 in 2004
  • 2/3 of budget targeted to new instruments

12
Budget allocation
  • 80 of budget pre-allocated
  • 20 flexible, to be allocated after evaluation
  • Five groups of objectives
  • Strengthening leadership Marked increase
    (27)
  • Seizing opportunities Substantial increase
    (45)
  • Ensuring co-evolution Same level
  • Infrastructures Following Council decision
  • FET Following commitment
  • Allocation only for the first two years To be
    revised for 2005-2006
  • 2/3 of budget on new instruments (all together
    not per objective)

13
IST Workprogramme - budget phasing
Planning over 4 years
Year 2003 2004 2005 2006
Indicative Budget 835,000 891,000 935,000 964,000
Calls per year One call drawingon 2005 budget
Two calls drawing on 2003 and 2004 budgets
Second WP (covers also all topics of SP) with
updated focus
14
Indicative call sequence topics (1)
i
Strategic objectives addressed in Call 1
Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for post-CMOS Micro nano-systems Broadband access for All Mobile wireless systems beyond 3G Towards a global dependability security framework Multimodal interfaces Semantic-based knowledge systems Networked audiovisual systems home platforms Networked business government eSafety for road and air transport eHealth Technology-enhanced learning access to cultural heritage FET proactive Accompanying actions
Technology components
Integrated systems

Sectorial Applications
15
Indicative call sequence topics
Strategic objectives covered in Call 2
Advanced displays Optical, opto-electronic, photonic functional components Open development platforms for software and services Cognitive systems Embedded systems Applications services for the mobile user worker Cross-media content for leisure and entertainment GRID-based Systems solving complex problems Improving Risk management eInclusion Research Networking Accompanying actions
Technology components
Integrated systems
Sectorial Applications
Services and Products engineering 2010 Joint
call with priority 3
16
FET and Research Networking
  • FET Two schemes
  • Open, continuous call for STREPS, CAS and SSAs
  • Proactive
  • three initiatives in Call1
  • Research Networking
  • Test beds on GEANT and GRIDs
  • Complements the Research Infrastructure activity

17
Continous submission and the Joint Call
  • Continous submission
  • Only for FET open
  • Open on 17 December 2002
  • Proposals receivable starting 10/02/2003
  • Two stage proposal scheme
  • The Joint Call with Priority 3 -gt
    paolo.garello_at_cec.eu.int
  • Services and Products engineering 2010
  • IST budget (pre-allocated) 25 MEuro
  • PTY 3 budget 35 MEuro
  • Open to IPs, NoEs in two stage procedure
  • CAs and SSAs in one stage
  •  IMS -call

18
Pushing the limits of CMOS, preparing for
post-CMOS
Call 1
75 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • semiconductor devices shrunk by an order of
    magnitude
  • alternative devices
  • design in-time and at cost of reliable
    systems-on-chip or systems-in-package
  • Research Tasks
  • materials, equipment, processes, packaging
    nano-CMOS, the high-frequency challenge,
    lithography new devices, new on-chip wiring
  • design methods and tools system-level SoC
    design, reconfigurable systems SoC design
    standardisation and training

19
Micro and nano systems
Call 1
85 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • cost-efficiency, performance and functionality
  • level of integration and miniaturisation
  • improved interfacing and networking
  • Research Tasks
  • technology, design and industrialisation of
    sensors, actuators, other devices, MST
    components, microsystems and the integration
    technology
  • system level packaging and interconnect
  • micro-nano technology
  • large area systems integration

20
Broadband for all
Call 1
60 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • single access network physical infrastructure
    shared by multiple services
  • broader/faster, lower costs, enhanced
    intelligence and functionality
  • Research Tasks
  • multi-service capability
  • increased bandwidth capacity
  • low cost access network equipment
  • network management, control and protocols

21
Mobile wireless systems beyond 3G
Call 1
90 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • heterogeneous and generalised wireless access
    network
  • support for mobility, security, Quality of
    Service, scalability
  • Research Tasks
  • reconfigurability
  • spectrum resource management
  • global roaming
  • inter-working

22
Towards a global dependability and security
framework
Call 1
55 M Euro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • security and dependability of ICT
    infrastructures
  • trust and confidence in the use of IST
  • Research Tasks
  • security and mobility, virtual identity
    management, privacy enhancing technologies
  • dependable network and information systems
  • simulation-based management decision support
    tools for critical infrastructure protection
  • crypto technologies, digital assets management
  • smart devices, biometrics, security
    certification, forensic technologies

23
Multimodal interfaces
Call 1
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • natural and adaptive multimodal interfaces,
    that respond intelligently to speech and
    language, vision, gesture, haptics and other
    senses
  • Research Tasks
  • interaction between and among humans and the
    virtual and physical environment
  • multilingual systems

65 MEuro
24
Semantic-based knowledge systems
Call 1
55 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • semantic-based and context-aware systems to
    acquire, organise, process, share and use the
    knowledge embedded in multimedia content
  • Research Tasks
  • semantic-enabled systems and services
    facilitating multimedia content mining
  • knowledge-based adaptive systems combining
    semantically enriched content with
    anytime-anywhere inferencing

25
Networked audiovisual systems home platforms
Call 1
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • open trusted and interoperable multimedia user
    platforms and devices
  • notably for broadcasting and in-home platforms
  • Research Tasks
  • co-operating IP Audio-Visual networks, multimedia
    streaming, and storage and management appliances
  • adaptive Quality of Services for scalable
    audio-visual flows on heterogeneous networks
  • access to streamed and stored audiovisual media
    from any device, from anywhere in the home
  • more intuitive interaction with hybrid 3D
    multimedia signals and objects

60 MEuro
26
Networked businesses and governments
Call 1
75 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • organisational networking, process integration,
    and sharing of resources
  • Research Tasks
  • management of dynamic collaborative networks
  • technologies for interoperability
  • e-government platforms, applications and
    multi-modal services
  • knowledge management

27
eSafety for road and air transport
Call 1
65 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • integrated and global approach to intelligent
    road vehicles and aircraft which offers higher
    safety and value added services
  • Research Tasks
  • on-board safety systems that assist the driver in
    road vehicle control
  • airborne collision avoidance systems for aircraft
  • location based value added services
  • vehicle and information infrastructure management
    systems

28
eHealth
Call 1
70 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • ubiquitous management of citizens health status
  • assistance to health professionals
  • integration into clinical practice
  • Research Tasks
  • biosensors and secure communication and their
    integration into wearable or implantable systems
  • decision support tools for prevention, diagnosis
    and treatment

29
Technology-enhanced learning and access to
cultural heritage
Call 1
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • systems and services forimproved access to
    Europe's knowledge and educational resources,
    including cultural and scientific collections
  • Research Tasks
  • learning systems and services in support of
    ubiquitous, experiential and contextualised
    learning and virtual collaborative learning
    communities
  • digital libraries services, environments for
    intelligent heritage and tourism, digital
    restoration and preservation

65 MEuro
30
Advanced displays
Call 2
25 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • organic materials, lightweight near-to-the-eye
    information terminals and large size displays
  • Research Tasks
  • organic display technologies
  • display solutions for small form factor high
    information content communicators
  • overcoming todays 3D multi-viewer dynamic
    visualisation complexity and limitations

31
Optical, opto-electronic, photonic functional
components
Call 2
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • photonic materials and heterostructures and
    their integration with microelectronic
  • optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEIC) for
    telecom, medical and environment
  • solid-state light sources to increase
    compactness, tunability and brightness
  • Research Tasks
  • materials, microoptics and micro- and nano-scale
    photonic structures
  • devices and integrated photonic circuits
  • sources ultra-short pulse, microcavities and
    source array technologies

45 MEuro
32
Embedded systems
Call 2
50 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • modelling, design implementation of
    cost-efficient, high confidence
    hardware/software systems embedded in
    intelligent devices
  • Research Tasks
  • networked embedded systems, middleware for small
    wireless devices, self-organising platforms for
    ad-hoc networking, incl. advanced controls
  • system design, with focus on correct handling of
    complex constraints (including real time,
    advanced controls)

33
Open development platforms for software and
services
Call 2
55 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • open development and run-time environments for
    software and services
  • to support all phases of the software / service
    life-cycle
  • Research Tasks
  • system design, development and integration,
    addressing complexity, autonomy, composability
  • development environments, supporting different
    adaptable development processes, across the
    development life-cycle
  • workflows for co-operative and distributed
    development

34
Cognitive systems
Call 2
25 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • systems that can perceive, understand and
    interact with their environment, achieving
    human-like performance
  • Research Tasks
  • robust and adaptive cognitive systems
    integrating perception, reasoning,
    representation and learning
  • capable of interpretation, physical interaction
    and communication in real-world environments

35
Applications and services for the mobile user and
worker
Call 2
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • services being seamlessly accessed and provided
    anywhere, anytime
  • enabling new business models, new ways of
    working, improved customer relations and
    government services
  • Research Tasks
  • services that deploy wearable interfaces,
    enabling context-sensitivity, user profiling
  • and personalisation, multiple modes of
    interaction
  • collaboration of multi-location and mobile
    workers
  • major hurdles for deployment of services for the
    mobile user

60 MEuro
36
Cross-media content for leisure and entertainment
Call 2
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • multimedia technologies enabling multi-channel,
    cross-platform access to media, entertainment
    and leisure content
  • covering the full digital content chain
  • Research Tasks
  • new, compelling forms of content
  • integrated content programming environments

55 MEuro
37
GRID-based systems for complex problem solving
Call 2
45 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • computing and knowledge Grids and peer-to-peer
    approaches to solving complex problems
  • Research Tasks
  • next generation GRID security, programming
    environments, resource management business
    models for new services, customisable middleware,
    interoperability with existing GRID and
    Webservices
  • enabling application technologies modelling,
    simulation, datamining, visualisation, process
    control, remote operation collaborative working
    in dynamic virtual organisations

38
Improving risk management
Call 2
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • improved risk management, civil security
    applications and environmental management
  • Research Tasks
  • integrated system for the prevention and the
    management of emergencies
  • prevention and management of industrial and
    terrorist threats
  • environmental and crisis management

30 MEuro
39
eInclusion
Call 2
30 MEuro
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • equal access and participation for all
  • persons with disabilities and ageing citizens
  • Research Tasks
  • interfaces, sensors and robotics to be
    integrated in assistive devices
  • improved web usability for digitally
    disadvantaged persons
  • intelligent housing for persons with special
    needs

40
Services and product engineering 2010
Joint call with priority 3
  • Key Objectives Breakthroughs
  • collaborative technologies and methods for
    extended service and product design and
    development approaches,
  • with focus on new holistic product/service
    concepts
  • Research Tasks
  • collaborative technologies and methodologies
  • integration of miniaturised devices (e.g. smart
    tags, sensors) and related software into
    end-products
  • optimisation of value creation processes in
    manufacturing
  • holistic product design, development and
    distribution tools and methods in a rich variety
    of sectoral settings

25 MEuro 35
41
Instruments for the IST priority
  • Integrated Projects
  • Objective driven
  • Networks of Excellence
  • Exploratory research
  • Article 169
  • Targeted research projects
  • (address specific issues)
  • Co-ordination actions
  • Support Actions

NEW
No longer available .. -
Individual Take-up Actions - SME Exploratory
Awards
42
Integrated Projects - purpose
  • Designed to support research that is ..
    objective and result driven
  • clearly defined objectives and results
  • Each IP should
  • integrate the types of activities needed to
    obtain the goals
  • integrate the critical mass of resources needed
    to obtain the goals
  • integrate all elements of technology / value
    chain .to attain high-impact goals
  • support industry (large SME) collaboration with
    academia

43
IPs addressing all needed elements of the value
chain (1)
Ex Multi-sensorial interfaces
44
Integrated Projects - possible implementations
45
Integrated Project - evaluation process
  • Evaluation by a strengthened peer-review system
  • involving one step written submission. 5
    individual evaluators, panel sessions with
    hearings of proposals that pass all thresholds
  • Key issues to be addressed during evaluation
  • relevance to the objectives of the specific
    programme (3)
  • Potential impact (3)
  • ST excellence (4)
  • quality of the consortium (3)
  • quality of the management (3)
  • Mobilisation of resources (3)

46
Networks of Excellence - objectives
  • To reinforce or strengthen .scientific and
    technological excellenceon a given research
    topic
  • by integrating the critical mass of expertise
    needed to provide European leadership and be a
    world force
  • around a Joint programme of activity (JPA)
  • Structuring European research by integrating
    research capacities across Europe.
  • Durable integration
  • To progress knowledge on a particular theme
  • Overcome the fragmentation of European research
  • To act as a Virtual Centre of Excellence
  • To spread excellence beyond the partners

47
NoE - evaluation process
  • Evaluation by a strengthened peer-review system
  • involving one step written submission. 5
    individual evaluators, panel sessions with
    hearings of proposals that pass all thresholds
  • Key issues to be addressed during evaluation
  • relevance to the objectives of the specific
    programme (3)
  • Potential impact (3)
  • Excellence of the participants (3)
  • Degree of integration and quality of the JPA (4)
  • quality of the consortium (3)
  • Organisation and management (3)

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Vision
  • Europes challenge
  • Single Market ...
  • Single Currency
  • Strong European e-Economy in the global
    economy...
  • Breaking the traditional boundaries, becoming
    all - inclusive, accessible, personalized,
    mobile, multi-cultural,
  • Creating opportunities for new business and new
    work paradigms!

49
Some aspects of new work and business paradigms
  • cutting across many technology areas
  • based on a vision of frictionless single
    European e-Market (SEEM)
  • task-driven competence networking
  • holonic structures
  • media-rich and multimodal environments
  • natural interaction supporting creativity

50
Major Work and Business challenges. A key
component of a global EU policy
  • The Union has set an objective for the next
    decade Lisbon council
  • To become the most competitive and dynamic
    knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of
    sustainable economic growth with more and better
    jobs and greater social cohesion. - in 2010
    (enlargement!)
  • eEurope A major instrument to attain this
    objective

51
Trends Shift to Intangibles
  • Success Factors
  • Network Capabilities
  • internally
  • externally
  • Innovation Skills
  • Knowledge Management
  • gtFavors the knowledge work which is location
    independent!

52
Trends The extended product
The challenge of the SCM systems is to integrate
the very different components integrated in the
whole life cycle of a product
tangible/intangible
services and relations
-mimimising cost
-maximising value
t
-controllable, analytical
-unpredictable, synthetical, lateral, creative
-vendor-focus
-customer-focus
Moment of purchase
Favors the service industry close to the user
53
Trends in Products
  • Increased computing and communications power
  • products with embedded intelligence
  • lifecycle management
  • services with embedded intelligence
  • enhanced relationship management
  • intangible products
  • digital content and embedded services
  • gt Extended products and embedded sercvices!
  • Need for strongly lateral interconnections and
    competencies
  • Supporting service culture

54
New Value Structures
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Example Paradigms Change in industry
4a Mass Customisation
High
3 Flexible Automation
4b Networking
CAPACITY
2 Fordism
1 Handicraft
Low
Flexible
Not Flexible
GOODS PRODUCTION
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Competence nodes networking
Group of competencies needed to perform a task
M
M
M
Customers
Competence nodes networking
MManagement response of a given task in a given
time point is given to the competence node which
understands the customers problem best
57
Technology enables changes in organisational
forms Organisational forms motivates changes in
technology
58
Value is created in whatever way is appropriate,
no longer dictated by organisational relations
and boundaries
How to avoid friction in the dynamics needed?
59
Trends Ambient Intelligence Landscape
  • Plentiful of network connections
  • Plentiful of computing capacity
  • Natural interfaces
  • The challenge How to develop new business and
    work models and concepts which build upon the
    ambient intelligence landscape? How to break with
    the past, constructively?

60
Various roles of individuals in IS
  • The ambient intelligence landscape - for all of
    us in different roles
  • As citizens trust and security, intelligent
    interfaces
  • As part of our organisations knowledge
    management, collaborative structures
  • As value creators pan-European interoperable
    infrastructure, common value creation process
    understanding
  • .controlled by the individual !

61
Technical vision for the SEEM
62
Practical advises
  • Not that many IPs can be launched by strategic
    priority
  • The IP must meet the SP text clearly
  • Impact analysis
  • Covering the innovation process interactions
  • Technology, verification and dissemination
  • Do not bet only on IP, use supporting STREPs
  • Size?

63
Some practical aspects
  • Contact the relevant Commission people before too
    much effort (sondage)
  • Use the EOIs for checking related activities
  • Expert database on Cordis www.cordis.lu
  • IPs something entirely new, high competition,
    good not enough, very good the minimal
  • Management more important than before, crisis
    management to be described

64
Conclusions Opportunities challenges
  • Realising ERA requires ..
  • new thinking
  • concentration, critical mass flexibility are
    key
  • FP6 provides a key opportunity to shape and
    improvethe impact of IST research in Europe
  • A new generation of technologies applications
    is emerging
  • Europe is well positioned to shape the future
    compete
  • The pace of development is increasingly fast
  • The aim is people first in all-inclusive
    knowledge society
  • Simplification of procedures and fast reactivity
  • an extensive effort needed to mobilise the
    constituency
  • to address the (steep) learning-curve FP5?FP6

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For further information
General FP6 http//europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp
6/index_en.html http//www.cordis.lu/rtd2002 IST
http//www.cordis.lu/ist http//www.cordis.lu/ist/
fp6/fp6.htm
IST infodesk E-Mail ist_at_cec.eu.int
Fax 32 2 296 83 88
Contact directly bror.salmelin_at_cec.eu.int
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