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1 Presentazione 2 call ICT 7PQ Laura Savini Euro Info Centre Milano, 11 luglio 2007.

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1 1 Presentazione 2 call ICT 7PQ Laura Savini Euro Info Centre Milano, 11 luglio 2007

2 2 Struttura VII PQ: Programmi Specifici

3 3 FP7 Cooperation Programme

4 4 Work Programme 2007/08: approccio e struttura Un numero limitato di Challenges (sfida) che –Rispondono a bisogni industriali e tecnologici ben identificati e/o –Specifici obiettivi socio-economici Una Challenge è portata avanti attraverso un numero limitato di Objectives che formano la base della Calls for Proposals Un Objective (topic) è descritto in termini di –target outcome –expected impact on industrial competitiveness, societal goals,.. –applicable funding schemes Totale 25 Objectives nellambito di 7 Challenges

5 5 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) 2. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics 1. Network and service infrastructures 3. Components, systems, engineering 4. Digital libraries and content 5. ICT for health 6. ICT for mobility & sustainable growth 7. ICT for independent living and inclusion Socio-economic goals Industry/Tech needs Work Programme 2007 Challenges

6 6 ICT Call 2 – Open: 12 June 2007 Close: 9 Oct 2007 Challenge 1 Network e Servizi: Budget 6. Nuovi paradigmi e impianti sperimentali40 M Critical infrastructure protection (open: 30 Aug, close: 29 Nov 2007)20 M Challenge 3. Componenti, sistemi, ingegneria : +20/security 5. Componenti e sottosistemi fotonici90 M 6. Micro/nanosistemi83 M 7. Sistemi in rete integrati e di controllo47 M Challenge 5 Cure sanitarie sostenibili e personalizzate: 3. Essere umano fisiologico virtuale72 M Challenge 6: ICT per la mobilità e sostenibilità ambientale 2. ICT per sistemi cooperativi48 M 3. ICT per la gestione ambientale ed energetica54 M Challenge 7: ICT per la vita autonoma e linclusione 2. ICT accessibile e inclusiva43 M

7 7 Challenge 1 Reti e servizi Convergence emerging but: user handles separate networks a multiplicity of devices disparate services Billions of devices connected Security and trust are added on Robustness/dependability a key hurdle Difficulty to cope with the fragmentation of the value chain Anywhere, anytime, any device seamless, ubiquitous broadband, mobile reconfigurable to load/use/context Trillions of devices connected Built-in security and trust Highly dependable software and systems Full support to distributed value chains and to the networked enterprise Today5 – 10 years

8 8 1.6: New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities (ICT Call 2) – 40 M Advanced networking approaches to architectures and protocols … coupled with validation in large-scale testing environments … Interconnected test beds … addressing networks, services, software, security … 1.7: Critical Infrastructure Protection – 40 M (Joint Call between ICT and Security Themes) Technology building blocks for creating, monitoring and managing secure, resilient and always available information infrastructures … that link critical transport and energy infrastructures … Challenge 1: Objectives in ICT Call 2 + Joint ICT/Security Call

9 9 Challenge 3 componenti e sistemi 45 nanometer node 300 mm wafers Conventional CMOS Silicon dominate homogeneous integration Photonics applications emerging Design gap for embedded software Unable to analyse aggregate behaviours, predict and control systems Today5 – 10 years Below the 32 nanometer node 450 mm wafers materials, processes, interconnects, design, manufacturing New materials, higher levels of integration more heterogeneous (SoC, SiP) Wider use of advanced photonics Higher productivity in the design of embedded systems / software Higher control capacity of large- scale real time embedded systems Embedded computing

10 10 3.5: Photonic components and subsystems – 90 M Core: lasers, light sources, optical fibres, image sensors) Application-specific components/subsystems: broadband networks, medical, sensing for environment, security … 3.6: Micro/nanosystems – 83 M smart systems: sensors, actuators, storage systems, communications, data management nano/bio/ICT: biosensors, bioMEMS, implants Integration of smart materials: textile, glass, paper Microsystems manufacturing technologies Challenge 3: Objectives in ICT Call 2

11 11 3.7: Networked embedded & control systems - 47 M Middleware platforms, supporting composability, scalability, minimal power consumption … Cooperating objects and wireless sensor networks, supporting objects cooperating under severe resource constraints … Control of large-scale distributed systems like energy, transport, manufacturing systems: mastering bandwidth limitations, delays, fading links, unavailable nodes; closing the control loop … Challenge 3: Objectives in ICT Call 2

12 12 Challenge 5 Cure sanitarie Citizens, healthy or under treatment, cannot monitor their health no access to comprehensive and secure Electronic Health Records Health professionals do not have fast and easy access to patient- specific point-of-need to support diagnosis or plan clinical interventions Health authorities do not make sufficient use of information processing systems Today5 – 10 years Innovative systems and services for personalised health monitoring. e.g. wearable/portable ICT systems Efficient systems for point-of-care diagnostics e.g. alert and management support ICT-based prediction, detection and monitoring of adverse effects e.g. data mining Tools for patient-specific computational modelling & simulation of organs or systems (longer term) patient-specific healthcare early diagnostics & predictive medicine

13 13 5.3: Virtual physiological human – 72 M Patient-specific computational modelling and simulation: multi-level computational models, toolbox for simulation/visualisation … Data integration and new knowledge extraction: coupling scientific research data with clinical data, data mining, image processing … Clinical applications and demos: surgery simulation, disease prediction, drugs safety … Challenge 5: Objective in ICT Call 2

14 14 1.Integrating information relating to disease from the level of molecule, cell, organ, organism, population 2.Modelling and simulating disease related processes and human physiology 3.Predicting risks and developing more effective treatments or prevention programmes The Virtual Physiological Human (Predictive medicine)

15 15 In ICT terms: Computational framework for multi-scale in-silico model(s) of the human physiology and a toolbox for simulation and visualisation. Patient specific model from bio-signals and (multimodal) images including molecular images Technologies involved: –Data mining, knowledge discovery tool, semantic integration, databank, biomedical imaging, modelling, simulation and visualisation techniques, HealthGrid (infrastructure and tools) The Virtual Physiological Human - technology

16 16 Challenge 6 targets Safety of vehicles and their energy efficiency have improved, but the zero-accident scenario is still a distant goal current vehicle active safety (driver warning, hazard detection …) is still limited to stand-alone systems Risk management systems provide isolated solutions no co-ordinated ICT-triggered alert of rescue and security forces Infrastructures are not sufficiently energy efficient transport, buildings, production plants … Today5 – 10 years Intelligent Vehicle Systems secure and reliable vehicle-to- vehicle and vehicle-to- infrastructure comm systems optimised traffic management at large scale + mobility services Fully integrated management systems / shared data to monitor, warn and react to environmental and other risks Intelligent monitoring of energy production, distribution, trading and use

17 17 6.2: ICT for cooperative systems – 48 M Vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure communication for real-time traffic management and active safety support … Field operational tests: efficiency, quality, robustness, user-friendliness …(large-scale test programmes) Challenge 6: Objectives in ICT Call 2

18 18 6.2: ICT for cooperative systems – 48 M Vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure communication for real-time traffic management and active safety support … Field operational tests: efficiency, quality, robustness, user-friendliness … 6.3: ICT for the environmental management and energy efficiency – 54 M Collaborative systems for environmental management: monitor, assess, report, respond … ICT for energy-intensive systems: optimise energy use profiles, monitor energy production, trading, distribution, consumption … Challenge 6: Objectives in ICT Call 2

19 19 ICT for Environmental Management 6.3 Collaborative systems for environmental management –From monitoring to reporting, management, alert and response –Enhanced capacity to assess population exposure and health risk –Generic solutions with typical validation focus on water and air –Visionary concepts, as well as evolutionary integrated systems Funding schemes: IP and STREPS

20 20 Challenge 7 targets Research on technology for independent living is in its infancy systems for inclusion assistive technology Increasing complexity and limited usability of many products and services eAccessibility Lack of interoperability between existing inclusive systems Lack of interoperability between assistive technologies and mainstream ICT Today5 – 10 years ICT-based solutions extending independence and prolonging active participation in society ICT solutions that help reduce the 30% of the population currently not using ICT user-friendly systems Cost-effective, interoperable solutions enabling seamless and reliable integration of devices and services

21 21 7.2: Accessible and inclusive ICT – 43 M Embedded generalised accessibility support: mainstream accessibility … Simulation of user interaction: optimise accessibility Assistive systems based on non-invasive brain-to- computer-interaction: augment performance of people with disabilities, artificial limbs, rehabilitation Environments facilitating social inclusion of marginalised young people: e.g. Web 2.0, gaming technology, media-enhanced learning … Challenge 7: Objectives in ICT Call 2

22 22 Criteri minimi di partecipazione Progetti collaborativi 3 entità legali indipendenti di 3 differenti Stati membri/Associati che siano indipendenti tra di essi CCR o organizzazione internazionale di interesse europeo o ente creato sotto la legislazione comunitaria : alle stesse condizioni delle entità legali create negli Stati Membri (conta come Stato a parte)

23 23 La presentazione delle proposte: documentazione Invito a presentare proposte (CALL) Workprogramme Guide for applicant EPPS Manual (electronic submission) Handbook on evaluation procedure and selction of proposal Model Grant agreement

24 24 Cooperazione Schemi di finanziamento (1/2) PROGETTI COLLABORATIVI (CP) Azioni di coordinamento e supporto (CSA)

25 25 COLLABORATIVE PROJECT Ampiezza e scopo, del progetto possono variare: IP -Integrated Project (large) STREP- Specific Targeted Project (Small)

26 26 Experience of STREPs in FP6 Purpose: Objective driven research more limited in scope than an IP Target audience: Industry incl. SMEs, research institutes, universities Typical duration: months Optimum consortium: 6-15 participants Total EU contribution: m (average around 1.9m) Fixed workplan and fixed partnership for duration CP – Small/Medium projects

27 27 Experience of IPs in FP6 Purpose: Ambitious objective driven research with a programme approach Target audience: Industry (incl. SMEs), research institutions. Universities – and in some cases potential end-users Typical duration: months Optimum consortium: participants Total EU contribution: 4-25m (average around 10m) Flexibility in implementation: Update of workplan Possibility for competitive calls for enlargement of consortium CP - Integrating Projects

28 28 La presentazione delle proposta Parte A : Moduli Parte B: Descrizione del contenuto tecnico/scientifico e modalità attuative del progetto

29 29 Proposta Parte A (online) A1 –Title, acronym, objective etc. –free keywords –2000 character proposal abstract –previous/current submission (in FP7) A2 –Legal address/administrator address/R&D address –Clear identification as SME/Public body/Research centre/ Educ. establishment –Proposer identification code PIC (later calls) A3 –More cost details (direct/indirect costs distinguished)

30 30 Proposta Parte B (pdf format ) Part B strutturata in funzione dei criteri di valutazione Summary Qualità S&T (bullet points = sezioni/paragrafi) Implementazione (idem) Impatto (idem) Ethics

31 31 3 Criteri di valutazione nel 7PQ: –Ogni criterio riceve un punteggio fino a 5 –Soglia per ogni criterio = 3 –Soglia globale = 10 su 15 1.Qualità tecnico scientifica –(S&Tquality 6PQ) 2.Implementazione –(Quality of the consortium 6PQ) –(Quality of the management 6PQ) –(Mobilisation of the resources 6PQ) 3.Impatto –(Potential impact 6PQ) Criteri di valutazione : FP7 FP6

32 32 Contributo UE: novità Incremento contributo attività di ricerca dal 50% al 75% per determinate categorie Incremento contributo attività dimostrazione dal 35% al 50% Incremento costi indiretti dal 20% al 60%

33 33 Contributo UE Rimborso di costi eleggibili (dai quali detrarre le entrate – receipts) tuttiPMI, pubblico, università, istituti di ricerca non-profit RST50%75% ( 6PQ -50%) Dimostrazione50% ( 6PQ - 35%) 50% ( 6PQ -35%) Coordinamento e supporto 100% Gestione100%

34 34 Costi eleggibili Definizione dei costi Diretti: costi attribuibili direttamente allattività del progetto Indiretti: spese generali/overheads spese reali o applicazione di un tasso forfettario (organismi pubblici e PMI) del 60%

35 35 Personale strutturato Personale ad hoc Attrezzatura, materiale, viaggi, ecc 7° PQ (rimborso al 75% costi diretti) Modelli di costo

36 36 LEuro Info Centre e le reti Rete europea degli Euro Info Centre Innovation Relay Centre Lombardia trasferimento tecnologico Sportello Apre Lombardia supporto alla partecipazione al Programma Quadro

37 37 I servizi dellEIC – APRE Lombardia SERVIZI INFORMATIVI: Informazioni sulle diverse opportunità Convegni Newsletter ASSISTENZA TECNICA Individuazione delle opportunità Verifica congruità idea progettuale/bando Ricerca partners Supporto alla redazione della proposta

38 38 Grazie per lattenzione Laura Savini Tel FP7: FP6:

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