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FP7 2011

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7th Framework Program for ICT - 2011 Challenge 1: pervasive and trusted network and service infrastructures Challenge 2: cognitive systems and robotics Challenge 3: alternative paths to components and systems Challenge 4: technologies for digital content and languages Basic ICT Technologies and infrastructures Europe's major socio-economic challenges Challenge 5: ICT for health, ageing well, inclusion and governance Challenge 6: ICT for a lower carbon economy Challenge 7: ICT for manufacturing & factories of the future Challenge 8: ICT for learning and access to cultural resources Challenge 1:
Pervasive and
Trusted Network
Services 1. Future
Networks 2. Internet
of Services 3. Internet-connected objects 4. Trustworthy ICT 5. Networked Media 6. FIRE Heterogeneous Network Technologies
(Focused on Radio) a) Cloud Computing Experimental facilities for the Future Internet - Intelligent and autonomic management of cloud resources, ensuring agile elastic scalability. Scalable data management strategies, addressing the issues of heterogeneity, consistency, availability, privacy and supporting security.
- Technologies for infrastructure virtualisation, cross platforms execution as needed for service composition across multiple, heterogeneous environments, autonomous management of hardware and software resources.
- Interoperability amongst different clouds, portability, protection of data in cloud
environments, control of data distribution and latency.
- Seamless support of mobile, context-aware applications.
- Energy efficiency and sustainability for software and services on the cloud.
- Architectures and technologies supporting integration of computing and networking
environments; implications of Cloud Computing paradigm on networks
- Open Source implementations of a software stack for Clouds b) Internet of Services - Service engineering principles, methods and tools supporting development for the Internet
of Services, including languages and tools to model parallelism.
- Services enabled by technologies for seamless integration of real and virtual worlds,
through the convergence with Internet of Things and Internet of Contents.
- Massive scalability, self-management, verification, validation and fault localisation for
software-based services.
- Methods and tools to manage life cycle of secure and resilient Internet-scale applications
from requirements to run-time and their adaptive evolution over time. c) Advanced Software Engineering - Advanced engineering for software, architectures and front ends spanning across all
abstraction levels.
- Quality measure and assurance techniques which adapt to changing requirements and
contexts, to flexibly deal with the complexity and openness of the Future Internet.
- Management of non-functional requirements typical of Internet-scale applications, like
concurrency levels which will be orders of magnitude larger than in today's applications,
huge data stores and guaranteed performance over time.
- Tools and methods for community-based and open source software development,
composition and life cycle management. a) Open Networked Architecture b) Adaptive
software
supporting data acquisition - Advanced engineering for software, architectures and front ends spanning across all
abstraction levels.
- Quality measure and assurance techniques which adapt to changing requirements and
contexts, to flexibly deal with the complexity and openness of the Future Internet.
- Management of non-functional requirements typical of Internet-scale applications, like
concurrency levels which will be orders of magnitude larger than in today's applications,
huge data stores and guaranteed performance over time.
- Tools and methods for community-based and open source software development,
composition and life cycle management. - Advanced engineering for software, architectures and front ends spanning across all
abstraction levels.
- Quality measure and assurance techniques which adapt to changing requirements and
contexts, to flexibly deal with the complexity and openness of the Future Internet.
- Management of non-functional requirements typical of Internet-scale applications, like
concurrency levels which will be orders of magnitude larger than in today's applications,
huge data stores and guaranteed performance over time.
- Tools and methods for community-based and open source software development,
composition and life cycle management. FP7-ICT-2011-7 FP7-ICT-2011-8 FP7-ICT-2011-8 a) Heterogeneous networked, service and computing environments b) Trust, eIdentity and Privacy management infrastructures c) Data policy, governance and socio-economic ecosystems -Trustworthy (meta) architectures and protocols for scalability and interoperability, taking account of heterogeneity of domains, partitions, compartments, capabilities and environments in ecosystems and underlying infrastructures; architectural standards, including meta-level specifications, for conformity, emergency and security policy management.
-A trustworthy polymorphic future internet with strong physical security in balance with privacy; federated, seamless, transparent and user-friendly security of the edge networks in smart ecosystems, ensuring interoperability throughout the heterogeneous landscape of access networks.
- Virtualisation and other techniques to provide protection, assurance and integrity in complex, high-demand critical services; and security in the presence of scarce resources, and in legal domains with different priorities. Trustworthy global computing with contextual security and secure smart services in the cloud.
-Metrics and tools for quantitative security assessment and predictive security in complex environments and for composition and evaluation of large scale systems.
- Enabling technologies, such as declarative languages, biometry, technology for certification and accreditation or cryptography for Trustworthy ICT.- Advanced engineering for software, architectures and front ends spanning across all
abstraction levels.
- Quality measure and assurance techniques which adapt to changing requirements and
contexts, to flexibly deal with the complexity and openness of the Future Internet.
- Management of non-functional requirements typical of Internet-scale applications, like
concurrency levels which will be orders of magnitude larger than in today's applications,
huge data stores and guaranteed performance over time.
- Tools and methods for community-based and open source software development,
composition and life cycle management. - Development of trust architectures, protocols and models for trust assurance, including
measures and rating models, and services and devices to enable trust assessment (e.g. by
claims on identity, reputation, recommendation, frequentation, voting), to delegate trust
and partial trust; and for trust instrumentation and high-level tools at the end-user stage
(cognitive and learning instrumentation for trust, profiling services and communities).
- Protocols for privacy infrastructures enabling multi-identity and tools to check privacy
assurance and enable un-observability and un-linkability through search engines or social
networks. Advancement of privacy at the hardware level.
- Interoperable or federated management of identity claims integrating flexible user-centric
privacy, accountability, non-repudiation, traceability as well as the right to oblivion at the
design level. Technologies and standardisation for use of multiple authentication devices, applicable to a diversity of services and ecosystems, and providing auditing, reporting and
access control. - Management and governance frameworks for consistent expression and interpretation of
security and trust policies in data governance and means for implementation, including in
the ubiquitous scale-less Web or Cloud. Technology supported socio-economics
frameworks for risk analysis, liability assignment, insurance and certification to improve
security and trust economics in the EU single market.
- Multi-polar governance and security policies between a large number of participating and
competitive stakeholders, including mutual recognition security frameworks for
competing operators; transparent security for re-balancing the unfair, unequal face-to-face
relationship of the end-user in front of the network; tools for trust measurement, based on
cost-benefit analysis. FP7-ICT-2011-8 a) Digital Media Delivery Platforms b) End-to-end Immersive and Interactive Media Technologies c) Multimedia Search - Architectures and technologies for networking and delivery of digital media, provided
through open environments enabling personalisation and high user involvement
capabilities.
- Technologies for automatic dynamic media adaptation to delivery platforms, either
network controlled or edge controlled, facilitating just-in-time and ad-hoc media objects
adaptation and fusion. Novel architectures to allow for co-operation between media
overlays delivery and underlying networks, i.e. optimisation of available infrastructure
capacity and of media delivery. Higher quality video/audio to the web relying on
content-aware networking, low latency for real time applications and quality-of-service
guarantees. The work covers fixed and mobile environments as well as a multiplicity of
user contexts, within or outside of the home / office.
- Novel platforms for customised and context adapted hybrid broadcast internet services
enabling new user behaviours. - Immersive media capture, representation, encoding, adaptation to user devices,
production and compression technologies and tools, prosumer-friendly and with
automation and collaboration features. Evolution towards a mix of real and virtual
worlds with improved interaction capabilities as applied in games; increased media
quality as well as multimodality and hypermedia augmentation implemented through
open environments and interfaces
- Technologies and tools to enable end-to-end diffusion and efficient distribution of 3D,
immersive, interactive media over the Internet. Improvement of quality of user
experience: surrounding, immersive and interactive environments on the move, at home
and at work, including quality and resolution beyond the current HD capabilities. Scalable, multimodal, real-time media (image, audio, and video including 3D media
objects) search and retrieval technologies deployed over open platforms. Search engines
that facilitate and personalize fast access to web-scale digital media objects, beyond text
based indexing and retrieval capabilities of currently available search technologies.
User-centric semantic search by effective relevance feed back. Dynamic modelling of
digital objects with searchable features, natural interaction and navigation capabilities,
intelligent caching/ storing relying on the sharing of network resources. Integration of
novel search technologies in networked platforms and applications, especially for
mobile, enterprise and location-based search. Fast search targeting virtual information
and information captured from the physical world. FP7-ICT-2011-7 FP7-ICT-2011-7
FP7-ICT-2011-8 Challenge 4:
Technologies for Digital Content and Languages 1. SME initiative on Digital Content and Languages 4. Intelligent Information Management 3. Digital Preservation 2. Language Technologies Call FP7-ICT-2011-SME-DCL FP7-ICT-2011-7 FP7-ICT-2011-9 FP7-ICT-2011-8 Closed Closed Closed a) Bootstrapping a data economy b) Community building and best practices c) Sharing language resources d) Building consensus and common services a) More reliable and secure preservation technologies and methods. b) Technologies and systems for intelligent management of preservation c) Interdisciplinary research networks d) Promotion schemes for the uptake of digital preservation research outcomes a) Reactive algorithms, infrastructures and methodologies b) Intelligent integrated systems c) Framework and tools for benchmarking and exploring information management
diversity d) Targeted competition framework speeding up progress towards large scale
information management systems of global relevance. e) Community building networks Challenge 8:
ICT for Learning and Access to Cultural Resources 1. Technology-enhanced learning 2. ICT for access to cultural resources FP7-ICT-2011-8 FP7-ICT-2011-9 a) Technology Enhanced Learning systems endowed with the capabilities of human tutors b) Educational technologies for science, technology and maths c) Advanced solutions for fast and flexible deployment of learning opportunities at the
workplace (targeting, in particular, SMEs) d) Computational tools fostering creativity in learning processes e) Exploratory activities for fundamentally new forms of learning through ICT;
establishment of a pan-European network of living schools for validations, demonstrations
and showcases. (CSA) a) Technologies for creating personalised and engaging digital cultural experiences b) Open and extendable platforms for building services that support use of cultural
resources for research and education c) Improved and affordable technologies for the digitisation of specialised forms of
cultural resources, including tools for virtual reconstructions d) Awareness raising of research results ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/docs/wp/cooperation/ict/c-wp-201101_en.pdf
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