Call 4 - IST-FP6

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Call 4
-

IST
-
FP6



Le 10 novembre 2004, Luxinnovation
organisait
en coopération avec l’Université du Luxembourg
un séminaire d’information sur les technologies de l’information et des communications dans le
6
ème

Programme Cadre de Recherche et Développeme
nt (6
ème

PCR
D
)



Les objectifs de ce séminaire étaient les suivants

:


-

Encourag
er les participations des organismes luxembourgeois, sous

représentés dans
consortia européens

;

-

D
onner aux participants un premier aperçu des thèmes / actions, qui seront cou
verts par
les 4
ème

et 5
ème

appels du programme IST

;

-

D
onner aux participants quelques recommandations pour accroître leur
s

chance
s

de
succès lors de la soumission d’une proposition de projet

;

-

Stimuler les collaborations entre les entreprises et les labora
toires de recherche publics,
qui peuvent faire profiter les entreprises de leurs compétences et expériences des
programmes de recherche européens.


Le présent document est destiné à rappeler aux participants certains points clés abordés lors de
ce séminair
e
.


I
-

Les actions couvertes par le 4
ème

appel à proposition

II
-

Les lignes d’actions po
ur lesquel
le
s les centres de recherche publics ou l’Université du
Luxembourg à des compétences et/ou des projets

III
-

Des exemples de recherche de par
tenaires (cell
es de novembre) qui
sont régulièrement
transmises
à Luxinnovation grâce à l’implication de l’Agence
dans le
projet
communautaire
IdealIST.


A noter que le 4
ème

appel à propositions IST a été publié au journal officiel le 26 novembre
2004.


Date d’ouverture

: 26 novembre 2004

Date de clôture

: 22 mars 2005

Budget

: 1
.120 millions d’euros





Contact :

Luxinnovation Gie

Monsieur Jean Michel Ludwig

7, rue alcide de Gasperi, L
-
1615 Luxembourg


Kirchberg

Tel

:
+352
43 62 63 1

Fax

:
+352
43 81 20

Email

:
jean
-
michel.ludwig@luxinnovation.lu



I

-

13
Strategic Objectives addressed in Call 4




1
-

Nanoelectronics


2
-

Technologies and devices for micro/nano
-
scale integ
ration


3
-

Towards a global dependabi
lity and security framework


4
-

Broadband for All


5
-

Mobile and Wireless Systems and Platforms Beyond 3G


6
-

Networked Audio Visual Systems and Home Platforms


7
-

Semantic
-
based Knowledge and Content Systems


8
-

Cognitive Systems


9
-

ICT Research for Inno
vative Government


10
-

Technology
-
enhanced Learning


11
-

Integrated biomedical information for better health


12
-

eSafety


Co
-
operative Systems for Road Transport


13
-

Strengthening the Integration of the ICT research effort in an Enlarged Europe


TI = Tr
aditional Instrument (Specific Targeted Research Project; Specific Support Action
and Coordination Action)

NI = Integrated Project and Network of Excellence

(
See
“Annexe on instruments”
to have all details about
in
struments
)

1
-

Nanoelectronics

Budget :
EUR

74 million

(80 NI


20 TI)



Process and device technologies



New materials integration and non
-
conventional silicon
-
based devices (<45 nm)



Assessment actions on equipment and materials for the manufacturing of next
generations of chips.




Design technologies



Design complexity and productivity of systems
-
on
-
chip (SoCs) or systems
-
in
-
package (SiPs).



Technological shortcomings (unreliable device behaviour, dispersion of circuit
parameters, parasitic and interconnect effects, leakag
e currents, …).



High value design and test competencies such as analogue and mixed signal, high
frequency and RF circuits, smart power and low power.



Complementary measures



“Access services” for industrial design tools and multi
-
project wafers for academi
c
research and university education (SSAs).



“Stimulation actions” to improve the quality of education in SoC design and increase
the interest of students (IPs).



“Use actions” to promote the integration and use of reconfigurable systems in SME
products
and in application/geographical areas where technologies is insufficiently used (IPs).



2
-

Technologies and devices for micro/nano
-
scale integration

Budget : EUR

7
5

million

(60

NI


4
0 TI)



Key Objectives



Push limits of integrated micro/nano systems



Res
earch on mixed technologies

(eg. micro
-
nano
-
technology, ICT and bio
-
technology)



Integration for very high density




Focus



Heterogeneous technologies and devices for mixed
-
technology micro/nano systems
(eg microfluidic/ICT/micro
-
nano, bio/ICT/micro
-
nano, c
hemical/ICT/micro
-
nano
combined).



Technology for very high density hybrid integration (towards e
-
grains, e
-
dust).



Integrating micro/nano devices in various materials and in or on large surfaces.



Manufacturing and design of mixed technology
-
based micro/n
ano systems.



Validation and demonstration of networked

micro/nano systems

(environment,
home, food, agriculture, healthcare)



Roadmaps and research agenda


3
-

Towards a global dependability and security framework

Budget : EUR

63

million

(70

NI


3
0 TI)



Ke
y Objective



build on EU technical and scientific excellence on security, dependability and
resilience



meet EU demands for privacy and trust



strengthen the interplay between research and
p
olicy



Research Focus



integrated frameworks and technologies for resil
ience, dependability and security



modelling/simulation techniques and synthetic environments for interdependencies,
recovery and continuity



technologies and architectures for secure computing and interoperable
management and trustworthy sharing of digital
assets



secure and interoperable biometrics



security and privacy technologies and architectures for future wireless and mobile
scenarios



security assurance and certification of complex networked systems and
infrastructures


4
-

Broadband for All

Budget : E
UR

65 million (65 NI


35 TI)



Network technologies and architectures for broadband access



Optimised

access technologies for less developed regions,

and for the

enlarged
Europe in line with eEurope



a European consolidated approach for standardized
solution
s,

regulation and best
practices
Low
-
cost access and edge network equipment (optical fibre, fixed wireless
access, interactive broadcasting, satellite access, xDSL and power line networks)



Network management, new protocols, inter
-
domain routing and traffic
engineering for end
-
to
-
end delivery of new added
-
value services, with QoS and security.



Service
-
enabling technologies and platforms based on convergence and interoperability of
Telecom and Internet Infrastructure (resilience, multicasting, flexibility)



Inc
reased bandwidth capacity, in the access network as well as in the underlying optical
core/metro network (optical burst and packet switching)


5
-

Mobile and Wireless Systems and Platforms Beyond 3G

Budget : EUR

138

million

(65

NI


35

TI)

Realise the visi
on of "Optimally Connected Anywhere, Anytime" supported by all system
levels from access methods and networks to service platforms and services




Generalised access network (novel air interfaces, common, flexible and seamless all IP
infrastructure supportin
g scalability and mobility)



Advanced resource management techniques allowing optimum usage of spectrum



Global mobility through different access networks, with end to end quality of service,
including security



Advanced interworking access technologies. New
architectures for composite, meshed,
PANs, ad hoc networks…



Advanced technologies and architectures for reconfigurability



Wireless network technologies for ad hoc, sensors and adaptive communication networks.
Advanced signal and antenna processing



Enabling

technologies for mobile service creation and interoperability


6
-

Networked Audio Visual Systems and Home Platforms

Budget : EUR

63

million

(80

NI


20

TI)

“Audio Visual” systems and applications in converged and interoperable environments
encompassing b
roadcasting, communications, mobility and IP



Optimised audiovisual network architectures and interoperability



Middleware architectures for optimised content adaptation and delivery



S
ynchronisation of different delivery channels



Control issues associated
with service delivery in both intra and inter
-
domain operators’
environments.



Audio Visual data handling (representation and coding)



Audio visual data access and rendering through low power and affordable terminals



Comprehensive, upward compatible, intero
perable architecture for end to end content
protection and rights management;



Evolution towards advanced applications (3D
-
TV, on
-
line mobile gaming, distributed
storage devices (including portable devices), electronic cinema, virtual/tele presence or
futu
re mixed reality services)



Roadmaps and research agenda



7
-

Semantic
-
based Knowledge and Content Systems

Budget : EUR

112

million

(80

NI


20

TI)



Develop
semantic
-
based and context
-
aware systems

to acquire, organise, personalise,
share and use the knowle
dge embedded in web and multimedia content



“Add semantics”



Maximise
automation

of the knowledge lifecycle



Achieve
semantic interoperability

between heterogeneous information resources and
services



“Exploit semantics”



Pioneer
intelligent content
, which is s
elf
-
describing, adaptive to context and user needs,
and exhibits a seamless interaction with its surroundings and the user



8
-

Cognitive Systems

Budget : EUR

45

million (
65

NI


35

TI)

Develop artificial systems that:



Can interpret data arising from real
-
world events and processes



Acquire situated knowledge of their environment



Act, make or suggest decisions and communicate with people on human terms

Focus




Artificial systems with high
-
level cognitive capabilities




Enabling technologies




Systems that de
velop their reasoning, planning and communication faculties through
grounding in interactive and collaborative environments (part of, or connected to the real
world)


9
-

ICT Research for Innovative Government

Budget : EUR

46

million (
50

NI


5
0 TI)



Key Ob
jectives



Modernise and innovate public administrations



Foster good governance,



Contribute to easing mobility of European



Focus



Innovative ICTs for democratic involvement



Intelligent, inclusive and personalised eGovernment services



Adaptive and proactive

eGovernment support systems.



Secure pan
-
European eGovernment.



Complementary measures



Roadmapping for agenda 2020



Transfer of eGovernment R&D technologies & linking with the “eEurope
-

eGovernment Good Practice Framework”,



Knowledge building on digital
divide



Clustering national and European eGovernment projects on electronic identity


10
-

Technology
-
enhanced Learning

Budget : EUR

54

million (
60

NI


4
0 TI)



Objectives for FP6 focus on the learning process:



Reinforce
learning as a social process

throug
h new collaborative models



Customise

learning to individual needs
-

at school, work, throughout life,
ubiquitously



Build competence

-

by linking organisations’ objectives and learning goals of
individuals



Support (new) pedagogical approaches that
‘blend’

new and old ways of learning



Technologies: knowledge management, cognitive systems, integration into new
services/systems, adoption leading edge technologies to new learning systems.


11
-

Integrated biomedical information for better health

Budget : EUR

75

million (
75

NI


2
5

TI)



Key Objectives &
Focus



Biomedical information for improving health knowledge



Processes related to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and personalisation of health
care



Methods and systems for improved medical knowledge discovery and

understanding



Innovative systems and services for disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment



Specific Support Actions and Coordination Actions for Roadmaps in ICT for health



Interoperability of eHealth systems.



Development of an in silico model of a
human being (virtual human)



Beneficial uptake of HealthGrid technologies and applications for health
research and health care services



Co
-
ordination and underpinning of the follow up to the Action Plan of the
eHealth Communication


12
-

eSafety


Co
-
operat
ive Systems for Road Transport

Budget : EUR

82
million (
6
0 NI


4
0 TI)



Key Objectives &
Focus



Co
-
operative systems for road transport (more efficient, safer, environmentally
friendly)



Communications concepts, open interoperable and scalable systems



Resea
rch in consistent accident causation analysis



Assessment of potential impact and socio
-
economic cost/benefit, of stand
-
alone and
co
-
operative intelligent vehicle safety systems.



Support of the eSafety Forum
.



Support for international co
-
operation, train
ing, dissemination and SMEs
participation


13
-

Strengthening the Integration of the ICT research effort in an Enlarged
Europe

Budget : EUR

63

million (
0

NI


10
0 TI)



Key Objectives



Innovative and efficient ICT
-
based systems and services in key application

areas



Strengthening of integration of the IST European Research Area




Focus



eLearning (ICT
-
based systems for teaching and learning)



eHealth (ICT
-
based eHealth systems and services)



eGovernment (ICT
-
based systems for delivery of key public services)



eBusi
ness (e
-
collaboration for SME clusters
-

B2B and B2C e
-
commerce)

II
-

Collaboration opportunities with Public Research

Cent
re
s and

the

University of Luxembourg



CENTRE DE RECHERCHE PUBLIC
GABRIEL LIP
P
MANN


Laboratory name:
CREDI



C
ellule de
R
echerche,
d'
E
tude et de
D
éveloppement en
I
nformatique


Directors: Fernand FELTZ

Email:
fernand.feltz@crpgl.lu

Tel

:
+352 47 02 61
-

605


4th call for
proposals




2.4.9 ICT Research for Innovative Government



2.4.10 Te
chnology
-
enhanced Learning


5th call for proposals




2.5.9 Collaborative Working Environments



CENTRE DE RECHERCHE PUBLIC HENRI TUDOR


Laboratory name: CITI


C
entre d’
I
nnovation par les
T
echnologies de l’
I
nformation

Directors: Eric DUBOIS


Jean Pol MI
CHEL

Email:
eric.dubois@tudor.lu

Tel

: +
352
352 42 59 91


333


Collaboration
Axes:




2.4.3: Toward a dependability and Security framework

Prevention and limitation of threads and vulnerabilities, secure architec
tures, security assurance
and certification




2.4.6: Networked Audio Visual Systems and Home Platforms

Audio
-
visual data handling, personnalisation and content navigation




2.4.7: Semantic
-
based Knowledge and Content Systems

Knowledge acquisition, sharing an
d use, intelligent content vision




2.4.9:
ICT Research for Innovative Government


Modelling of administrative processes, personalized e
-
Gov services, security and trust




2.4.10: Technology
-
enhanced Learning

e
-
Learning and Knowledge Management,





2.4.11: I
ntegrated Biomedical Information (Citi et Santec)


Innovative use of ICT in prevention, diagnosis and treatment, interoperability





2.4.13: New and innovative Services in e
-
Learning, e
-
Health, e
-
Government e
-
Business
,


collaborative e
-
Learning open platfo
rms, mobile applications for health monitoring, interoper
able
e
-
Government pl
a
t
forms, e
-
Coll
a
boration platforms for SMEs



UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG


Laboratory name: SE2C
-

Software Engineering Competence Center

Head of laboratory: Nicolas GUELFI

Email:
Nicolas.guelfi@uni.lu

Tel

:
+
352 42 01 01
-

251


Collaboration Axes:

FP6:

-

ABACUS

* Engineering Adaptive Behaviour for Autonomously Controlled distribUted Systems



FET
-
Open (Future and Emerging Technologies)



ST
REP (Specific Targeted Research Projects )



1.9 M

-

BONNIE

* Bio
-
Inspired Self
-
Aware Emergent Symbiotic Ecologies



IP (Integrated Project for BioI3)



7 M€

FP6/FP7: Need for industrial partners from Luxembourg

-

Topics



New Perspectives On Software And System Engineering For The Global Ubiquitous
Computer



Engineering Of Reliable Ambient Intelligence Systems



Rigorous Engineering Of Dependable Systems And A
rchitectures



Model Driven Engineering/Model Transformation



Component
-
Based System Engineering (Cbse)



Domain
-
Specific Languages (Dsl)



Conceptual Modeling Techniques For Raising The Level Of Abstraction In Automated
Software Engineering (Ase)



Testing



Softwar
e Engineering And Lightweight Formalisms





III
-

PARTNER SEARCHES SENT VIA

THE

IDEALIST
NETWORK AND PUBLISHED ON THE LUXEMBOURG
PORTAL FOR INNOVATION AND RESEARCH



FP6: Cognitive Decision Making for Industry, CDMI

Coordinator: United Kingdom


Research
center


The CDMI Project goal is to introduce prototype cognitive systems in real industrial situations to
control and enhance production / manufacturing performance. These systems will achieve human
-
like performance and will be able to make decisions and
take actions to diagnose and solve
process problems. Problems will constitute any threat or eventuality which causes less than
satisfactory performance of the manufacturing process.

More Details:

http://www.innovation.public.lu/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15257



FP6: 2.4.12 eSafety


Co
-
operative Systems for Road Transport

Coordinator: Finland


YTI research center


We want to create a European system that enables communicati
on in between cars and the road
network. The retail price goal for the car terminal is 30 EUR! It has an alphanumeric display and a
unique ID. The road network knows where the car is. There are many possible services : speed
limit assistant, emergency mess
age E112, weather info, congestion info, traffic flow optimisation. A
positioning map for the towing service provider related to a call from a broken car, automatic
highway toll collection...

More Details:

http://www.innovation.public.lu/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15296



FP6: VIRTUAL AGORA
-

A multi
-
language knowledge repository to enhance
trading information exchange

Coordinator: Italy


Eurocons


R&D Office


The overall g
oals of the project are to:
-

create a knowledge management framework that can be
marketed as knowledge base system and as shared language repository, to be used as a support
also to Machine Aided Translation tools in use by professional translators
-

obta
in high
-
volume,
high
-
quality multi
-
language data to be stored and semantically categorized in a repository, in order
to be provided as a reference service to companies working with language contents (such as
technical translators) or in the field of trade
and industry (such as in sales, marketing and
operations)
-

avance current scientific knowledge and practice of Semantic Web technologies

More Details:

http://www.innovation.
public.lu/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15212



FP6: COMELIN
-

Cognitive Methods for Learning with On
-
Line Interactive Models

Coordinator: Italy


Politechnico di Milano


The objectives of the project are:

-

To use an intuitive tool to develop interactive mod
els in different learning subjects ;

-

To create the technological infrastructure to allow teachers to modify or create their own
models (e.g. in physics, astronomy, mathematics, economics), and students to use them
and learn from them in a highly interactiv
e way ;

-

To experiment the cognitive patterns involved in teaching and learning through models, with
measurement and assessment strategies ;

-

To experiment the environment in several EU countries with at least 1,000 students ;

More Details:

http://www.innovation.public.lu/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15156


FP6: e
-
Qualification in knowledge
-
based learning organization

Coordinator: Germany


Fraunhofer Institute Computer Graphi
cs


The subject of e
-
Qual@Work is the design and development of a methodological framework to
support individuals' training and further qualification in learning organizations, leading to higher
productivity. The "European dimension" lies in the identifica
tion of the different European
application scenarios in the area of e
-
Qual@Work and, based on these results, in the development
of a modular framework which can be configured to cover the different applications' needs.

More Details:

http://www.innovation.public.lu/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15157



FP6: SaRa
-
Development of the Situation Room Analysis framework and
exploration of its learning potential in the corporate world

C
oordinator: United Kingdom


Kingston Univertsity (center for Applied Research in Information
Systems (CARIS)


Corporate learning framework that addresses management of intangible assets at both the
individual (employee) and the company levels, and which u
ses a novel approach based on
Situation Room Analysis. The SaRa proposal to be submitted under Strategic Objective
'Technology
-
enhanced Learning' forms part of a wider research undergone by our institution with
area actors in defining a methodological fram
ework for Situation Room Analysis (SRA), and its
employment for learning purposes in complex (business enterprise) environments.

More Details:

http://www.innovation.public.lu
/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15079



FP6: Co
-
operative Traffic Management (CTM)

Coordinator: Israel
-

Industry


The CTM system will introduce a novel concept of dynamic traffic management and control, based
on collaborative decision
-
making. The CTM system
will enable the creation of a dynamic platform
(based, among other things, on car
-
to
-
car communication), in which the allocation of road
-
use
rights will depend on several relevant parameters, such as: subjective worth of the road
-
use right
to each user, ro
ad congestion, number of passengers in each vehicle, etc.

More Details:

http://www.innovation.public.lu/html/market/view.jsp?idUrl=15066