FP7 ICT 2008
Slovakia on the way from 6FP to 7FP in the ICT areas
(Short comment from the point of view of the national
delegate or expert in IST or ICT Programme Committee)
Participation and funding by MS / ICT / 6FP
Funding per Member State (% of total funding: 3.86 B€)
United Kingdom
Sw eden
3,3%
Spain
6,4%
Slovenia
0,5%
Slovakia 0,2%
Portugal
1,1%
Poland
1,1%
Netherlands
4,7%
Malta 0,1%
Luxembourg 0,1%
Lithuania 0,2%
Latvia 0,1%
Italy
Ireland
1,2%
Hungary
1,0%
Greece
4,0%
Germany
France
Finland
2,3%
Estonia 0,1%
Denmark
1,3%
Czech
0,7%
Cyprus
0,2%
Belgium
4,8%
Austria
3,2%
0%
5%
11,6%
10,2%
20,6%
13,3%
10%
15%
20%
25%
Top 20 participants 6FP / IST
by funding
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT / 240 participations
PHILIPS GROUP / 113
50 first participants
SIEMENS GROUP / 132
THALES GROUP / 109
total 32% of funding
COMMISSARIAT à L‘ENERGIE ATOMIQUE / 80
ALCATEL GROUP / 79
INTERUNIVERSITY MICROELECTRONICS CENTER / 76
STMICROELECTRONICS / 68
TELEFONICA GROUP /102
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE EN INFORMATIQUE ET
AUTOMATIQUE / 90
11. CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE / 130
12. SAP /40
13. FRANCE TELECOM / 76
14. IBM GROUP / 61
15. DAIMLER CHRYSLER GROUP / 35
16. INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS, ATHENS / 73
17. UNIVERSITY OF KARLSRUHE / 52
18. ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE / 87
19. KUNGLIGA TEKNISKA HOGSKOLAN – Royal Inst. of Technology SW / 30
20. INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES / 29
(35. UNIVERSITY OF WIEN - TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY / 43
FP6 IST implemented projects contribution to participants / Slovakia /
[Euro]
Call 1 .. 2-IP/2-NoE/5;5-Par…….…………………. 283 368
Call 2 .. 1-IP/2-STP/2-SSA/5;5-Par……………….. 434 902
Call 3 .. 13-SSA/2-CA /15;16-Par ……………….. 738 961
Call 4 .. 3-IP/2-NoE/9-STP/1-SSA /15;21-Par..
2 752 482
Call 5 .. 3-IP/4-STP/1-SSA/1-CA/7;9-Par …….
Call 6
3 260 230
100 774
FET open + FET Proactive +Infrastructure-2 +
Join Call NMP 2 .. (1-IP/1-CA/1-STP/1-Inf/ 2;4-Par)…………..
534 641
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sum of contribution……………………………… 8 105 358
Total budget ……………………………………..(10 177 808)
cca …… O.2 % shearing (CZ ~ 25 MEuro EC contribution)
New Member States
NMS: type of participants
Private non-profit
5%
Private
commercial
29%
NMS: share of total funding (3.86 B€)
Public
Commercial
1%
Government
65%
UNIVERSITY OF BUDAPEST / 56
JOZEF STEFAN INSTITUTE
UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA
UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW - TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF PRAGUE - CVUT
UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS
HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
INSTYTUT CHEMII BIOORGANICZEJ PAN
HOLOGRAFIKA EGYENI CEG
UNIVERSITY OF PRAGUE - KARLOVA
IBM - CZ
UNIVERSITY OF KOSICE – TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY - AKADEMIA GORNICZO-HUTNICZA
SLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF POZNAN
UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
UNIVERSITY OF KRAKOW
UNIVERSITY OF WROCLAW
POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
UNIVERSITY OF BRNO – UNIVERSITY of TECHNOLOGY
Slovenia
Slovakia
Poland
Malta
Lithuania
Latvia
Hungary
Estonia
Czech Republic
Cyprus
0,0%
0,2%
0,4%
0,6%
0,8%
1,0%
top 20 participants
SK from total (3,86 BEuro) ~0.2% CZ ~
0.63%
SK from NMS rate (158,6 MEuro) ~ 5,1%
CZ ~ 17%
1,2%
FP7 VERY SHORT + CIP + LLP
FP7:
50,521 BEuro
+ 2,751 BEuro (Euroatom)
53,272 BEuro
CIP as well support the aims of the new integrated strategy i2010
- European Information Society 2010 –
ICT Focus of the programme:
Single information space
Seamless access (secure, high-capacity infrastructures).
Wide availability (content, services)
Innovation and investment in ICT
Uptake by businesses, in particular SMEs
Innovation in products and services
Inclusive information society
All Europe’s citizens to benefit (trust, confidence, digital
literacy)
Services in area of public interest showing the way (quality,
efficiency)
CIP Indicative Budget Overview 2007-13
(CIP is not RESEARCH programme)
M€
1. Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Programme (EIP)
2.166
•
•
(430)
(1.130)
of which eco-innovation
of which financial instruments
2. ICT Policy Support Programme
728
3. Intelligent Energy Europe Programme
(IEE)
727
TOTAL
3.621
The Lifelong Learning Programme (6,970 BEuro)
I. FOUR SECTORAL PROGRAMMES focusing on school education (Comenius), higher education
(Erasmus), vocational training (Leonardo da Vinci) and adult education (Grundtvig)
COMENIUS PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of all those
in pre-school and school
education up to the level of
the end of upper secondary
education, and the
institutions and
organisations providing or
facilitating such education
and training
ERASMUS PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of all those
in formal higher education
and vocational education
and training at tertiary level
including doctoral studies,
and the institutions and
organisations providing or
facilitating such education
and training
LEONARDO DA VINCI
PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of all those
in vocational education and
training, other than at
tertiary level, as well as the
institutions and
organisations providing or
facilitating such education
and training
GRUNDTVIG PROGRAMME
Addresses the teaching and
learning needs of those in
all forms of adult education,
as well as the institutions
and organisations providing
or facilitating such
education
Min. allocation 25%
Min. allocation 13%
Min. allocation 4%
Min. allocation 40%
II. A TRANSVERSAL PROGRAMME targeted on cross-cutting areas (policy cooperation and
innovation in lifelong learning, promotion of language learning; development of innovative ICT,
dissemination and exploitation of results)
III. A programme to support teaching, research and reflection around European integration and key
European institutions and associations (JEAN MONNET PROGRAMME)
Something about ETP -- very shortly
European Technology Platforms / nowadays more like - 30
platforms !!
http://cordis.europa.eu.int/technology-platforms/summaries.htm
DG IS and Media (coordination):
1 ENIAC - European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council (?)
2 Embedded Systems (ARTEMIS- Advanced Research and Technology for
Embedded Inteligence and Systems)
3 The Mobile and Wireless Communications Technology Platform (eMobility)
4 Networked European Software and Services Initiative (NESSI)
5 The NEM Initiative - European Initiative on NETWORKED and ELECTRONIC
MEDIA
6 European Technology Platform in Robotics – EUROP
7 PHOTONICS21 - Photonics for the 21st century
8 The Integral Satcom Initiative
(Mirror Group – SK participation)
+ AAL169 initiative; …..
To implement parts of the Strategic Research Agendas of ENIAC and ARTEMIS,
aligning fragmented R&D efforts at European level in the fields of:
Nanoelectronics:
•
•
•
•
addressing the needs of silicon-based
technologies & beyond
shrinking of CMOS logic & memory devices
development of value-added functions for
System-on-Chip or System-in-Package
solutions
equipment & materials
design automation
Embedded Intelligens and
Systems: ubiquitous, interoperable &
•
•
•
cost-effective embedded systems
reference designs and architectures
middleware for interoperability and seamless
connectivity
integrated design software tools for rapid
development & prototyping
PARA
D
ES
Coordinated approach to Strategic Research
Agenda implementation
ETPs
ENIAC & ARTEMIS
Industry-driven long-term vision
Common pan-European SRA
Overall coordination and policy alignment in ERA
Joint monitoring of projects and impact assessment of
programmes
Joint Technology
FP7
Initiative
National programmes
National programmes
National programmes
Some European Technology Platforms from DG Research
MANUFUTURE - Platform on Future Manufacturing Technologies
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
Aeronautics and Air Transport
Technology Platform on Sustainable Chemistry
The European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform (HFP)
Innovative Medicines for Europe
The European Space Technology Platform (ESTP)
The European Construction Technology Platform(ECTP)
EuMaT - European Technology Platform for Advanced Engineering
Materials and Technologies
ERTRAC European Road Transport Research Advisory Council
ERRAC European Rail Research Advisory Council
The European : Steel Technology Platform + Aluminium TP
SMR - Sustainable mineral resources (mining, material, metallurgy and
products)
The European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety
Food European Technology Platform " Food for Life"
FP7 – ICT / 2007 - 2010
ICT WP 2007-08 Challenges
End-to-end systems for Socio-economic goals
Technology roadblocks
ETPs
Network and
service
infrastructures
Cognitive systems,
robotics and
interaction
Components,
subsystems and
embedded systems
Digital
content
and
knowledge
ICT for
health
Intelligent
car and
sustainable
growth
ICT for
independent
living and
inclusion
Future and Emerging
Technologies
Flagships
Objective ICT-2007.2.1 (ICT-2007.2.2): Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics
Target outcome:
Artificial systems that fulfil one or both of the following requirements:
- they can achieve general goals in a largely unsupervised way, and persevere
under adverse or uncertain conditions; adapt, within reasonable constraints, to
changing service and performance requirements, without the need for external reprogramming, re-configuring, or re-adjusting.
- they communicate and co-operate with people or each other, based on a wellgrounded understanding of the objects, events and processes in their environment,
and their own situation, competences and knowledge
ICT Call 3 - 97 M€:
-CP 87 M€ of which a minimum of 46 M€ to IP and a minimum of 15 M€ to STREP;
- NoE 8 M€;
- CSA 2 M€
Objective ICT-2007.4.1 (ICT-2007.4.3): Digital libraries and technologyenhanced learning
For digital libraries and for technology-enhanced learning
ICT Call 3 - 50 M€:
-CP 42.5 M€ of which a minimum of 20 M€ to IP and a minimum of 10 M€ to STREP;
- NoE 5 M€;
- CSA 2.5 M€
PS: IDELIST
Slovakia: Call1- 7RP / ICT
• CALL 1 in ICT Areas (3-th) in the Collaboration - budget 1 194 M Euro
allocated in:
• 7 Challenges and 16 objectives
• + FET Proactive in 3 objectives
• + Horizontal action /NCP-IDEALIST
• SK:
– Participation:
41 participants
– Project Proposals:
62 projects
– RETAIN:
9 projects ~ 2,837 MEuro /3 IP/5 STREP/1 SSA
there ~ 1,605 MEuro for SMEs !!
– RESERVE LIST: 1 project
– LOW BUDGET: 5 projects
RETAIN I.
•
SAV UI:
– COMMIUS – Community-based Interoperability Utility for SMEs
(300 kEuro) STREP / 1.3 / ICT in support of the networked enterprise
– ADMIRE – Advanced Data Mining and Integration Research for Europe
(396 kEuro) STREP / 1.2 / Service and software architectures,
infrastructures and engineering
•
TU Kosice:
– SPIKE – Secure Process-oriented Integrative Service Infrastructure for
Networked Enterprises
(341 kEuro) STREP / 1.3 /
– SMILING – Self Mobility Improvement in the eLderly by counteractING falls
(147 kEuro) STREP/ 7.1 / ICT and ageing
•
STU Bratislava:
– IDESA – Implementation of widespread IC design skills in advanced deep
submicron technologies at European Academia
(44 kEuro) SSA / 3.1 / Next generation nanoelectronics components
and electronics integration
•
Vysokospecializovany odb. Ustav geriatricky sv.Lukasa v Kosiciach
n.o. GCKOSICE:
– SMILING - Self Mobility Improvement in the eLderly by counteractING falls
(48 kEuro) STREP / 7.1 /
RETAIN II.
•
SULOZIONA a.s. Bratislava:
– REMINE – High Performances Prediction, Detection and Monitoring
Platform for Patient Safety Risk Management
(400 kEuro) IP / 5.2 / Advanced ICT for risk assessment and patient safety
•
MEDMARK s.r. o. Nove Zamky:
– METABO – Controlling Chronic Diseases releated to Metabolic Disorders
(530 kEuro) IP / 5.1 / Personal health systems for monitoring and pointof-care diagnostics
– PERFORM – A sophisticated multi-parametric system for the continuouseffective assessment and monitoring of motor status in parkinson’s
disease and other neurodegenerative diseases
(556 kEuro) IP / 5.1 /
•
ARDACO s.r.o. Bratislava:
– PriMeBits – Printable memory solutions for sensor, ID and media
applications
(75 kEuro) STREP / 3.2/ Organic and large-area electronics and display
systems
TOTAL:
2 837 kEuro = 1 609 kEuro / SMEs + 1 228 kEuro Academics
WP 2009 – 2010 preparation
2007-08
2009-10
Difference 07-08 to
09-10
WP
% of total
WP
JTIs /
AAL
Total
WP
% of total
WP
JTIs /
AAL
Total
1. Pervasive & Trusted
Network & Service Infrastructures
585
28,9%
0
585
557
29,7%
0
557
-28
-5%
2. Cognitive Systems, Interaction,
Robotics
193
9,5%
0
193
179
9,6%
0
179
-14
-7%
3. Components, systems, engineering
434
21,5%
83
517
375
20,0%
241
616
99
19%
4. Digital Libraries and Content
203
10,0%
0
203
188
10,0%
0
188
-15
-7%
5. Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare
174
8,6%
0
174
161
8,6%
0
161
-13
-7%
6. ICT for Mobility, Env'l Sustainability and Energy
Efficiency
159
7,9%
0
159
154
8,2%
0
154
-5
-3%
7. ICT for Independent Living, Inclusion
and Participatory governance
73
3,6%
25
98
73
3,9%
50
123
25
26%
Future and Emerging Technologies
185
9,2%
0
185
171
9,1%
0
171
-14
-7%
Horizontal Actions
15
0,7%
0
15
16
0,9%
0
16
1
7%
Total
2021
100%
108
2129
1874
100%
291
2165
36
2%
WP 2009 – 2010 preparation
INPUTS – inspiration:
•ICTC
•ISTAG (Information Society Technology Advisory Group)
•ETPs – European Technology Platforms
•Consultations and specific meetings – see WEB sides
•Studies and analysis
•Analysis of first two ICT / FP7 Calls
Main principles:
•Projects launched in 2009-2010 to have impact in 2015-2020
•By then – global ICT-knowledge infrastructure – market structure – value
chains – business models => will be transformed
R&D challenges:
•Encourage firms to explore more innovative options than they would
otherwise pursue
•Focus on higher-risk ICT collaborative research research in a medium to
long-term agenda
Enabling EU to shape and to master impact to the ICT Landscape
for 2015-2020!!
ICT is central for adjusting to the changing economic and social
realities:
- lower carbon emission economy, globalisation, new value chains,
higher quality health and social care, inclusion, security, …
Tree major technology and socio- economic transformations EU can
/ should lead:
- Future internet (Internet of Services)
- Alternative paths to ICT components and systems
- ICT for sustainable development
Future Internet:
New emerging network and service infrastructures (IoS):
•unlimited bandwidth capacity
•much higher computing performance
•wireless access anywhere
•trillions of devices interconnected
•integrated security and trust for all
•adaptive and personalized services
•3D semantic-based browsing systems
=> Refocus and reinforced R&D effort to ensure European
leadership in developing the “Future Internet”
Alternative paths to ICT components and systems:
New types of devices and intelligent systems through:
-Nano-scale integration – new materials - …
-Photonics and organic electronics
-Quantum and molecular technologies
-Embedded ICT in ever broader range of devices, objects and
processes
Taking into account European’s industrial technology position…
explore alternative paths, foster new types of collaborations
review intensity and balance of support to the various paths
ICT for sustainable development:
Next generations of ICT to support the targets for lower carbon
emissions through:
•Ultra low power consumption ICT devices and equipment
•ICT solutions for better energy efficiency and lighting
•Virtual mobility
•More efficient environmental simulation and monitoring and
control
=> Strengthen support substantiantlly to address the various
dimensions of ICT’s contribution to sustainability
WP 09-10
JTIs/AAL
09-10
Total
09-10
WP 07-08
JTIs/AAL
07-08
WP Diff
07-08 to 0910
Total Diff
07-08 to 0910
1. Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrast.
557
557
585
-5%
-5%
1.1 Network of the Future
190
190
200
-5%
-5%
1.2 Internet of Services, SW & virtualisation of resources
110
110
120
-8%
-8%
1.3 Internet of Things for enterprise environments
37
37
30
23%
23%
1.4 Security of ICT infrastructures & services
90
90
90
0%
0%
1.5 Networked Media & 3D Internet
80
80
85
-6%
-6%
1.6 Experimental Facility
50
50
40
25%
25%
1.7 Critical infrastructure protection (joint ICT/SEC)
0
0
20
-100%
-100%
2. Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics
179
179
193
-7%
-7%
2.1 Cognitive systems and Robotic systems
153
153
-7%
-7%
-7%
-7%
193
2.2. Language based interaction
26
26
3. Components, systems, engineering
375
241
616
434
83
-14%
19%
3.1 Nanoelectronics and design
60
123
183
86
42,5
-30%
42%
3.2 Organic and large area electronics
60
60
63
-5%
-5%
3.3 Embedded systems design
28
40
118
178
3.4 Engineering complex distributed systems
32
3.5 Computing systems
25
25
3.6 Photonics technologies and applications
60
60
-30%
42,5
37%
47
-32%
25
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
-4%
-4%
90
3.7 Organic photonics
30
30
3.8 Micro/Nano-systems
80
80
83
4. Digital Libraries and Content
188
188
203
-7%
-7%
4.1 Digital libraries and learning
118
118
102
16%
16%
4.2 Intelligent information management
70
70
101
-31%
-31%
5. Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare
161
161
174
-7%
-7%
5.1 Personal Health Systems
63
63
72
-13%
-13%
5.2 ICT for Patient Safety
30
30
30
0%
0%
5.3 Virtual Physiological Human
68
68
72
-6%
-6%
6. ICT for Mobility, Env'l Sust. & Energy Efficiency
154
154
159
0%
0%
6.1 Intelligent vehicle systems, clean & efficient mobility
53
53
57
-7%
-7%
6.2 Field operational tests and smart urban mobility
37
37
48
-23%
-23%
6.3 ICT for energy efficiency
40
40
48%
48%
-11%
-11%
54
6.4 ICT for environmental simulation & monitoring
24
7. ICT for independent living, Inclusion & Participatory governance
73
50
123
73
25
0%
26%
7.1 ICT and ageing
24
50
74
30
25
-20%
35%
7.2 Accessible and inclusive ICT
34
34
43
-21%
-21%
7.3 ICT for participatory governance
15
15
0
N/A
N/A
Future and Emerging Technologies
171
171
185
-7%
-7%
FET-Open
61
61
65
-6%
-6%
FET-Proactive
110
110
120
-8%
-8%
Horizontal Actions
16
16
15
-7%
-7%
9.1 Int'l cooperation
12
12
12
0%
0%
9.2 Other horizontal actions (ICT ERA-NET/CAs)
4
4
3
33%
33%
2165
2021
-7%
2%
Total
1874
24
291
108
Some interesting Events :
The Future Internet ; 31. March – 2. April 2008; Bled
Slovenia Living Lab Event; 7. and 8. April 2008; Brussels
21st eConference; 15. – 18. Jun 2008; Bled
14th Conference on Concurrent; 23. – 25. Jun 2008, Barcelona
ICT Event 2008; 25. – 27. November 2008; Lyon
Thank you for attention – pleas QUESTIONS
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