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Technologies for Information Management

FP7 ICT- 2011.4.4 Intelligent Information Management

The updated Work Programme 2011-2012 of the FP7 Specific Programme 'Cooperation', Theme 3, ICT Information and Communication Technologies has been published on 20 July 2011. The Work Programme contains in Challenge 4: 'Technologies for Digital Content and Languages' the objective ICT-2011.4.4 Intelligent Information Management. The objective ICT 2011-4.4 is part of Call 8, which is published in the Official Journal C213 of 20 July 2011 , page 24 and at the Participants Portal "Research and Innovation". The call is closed. Please find f urther details of the call in the updated Work Programme 2011-2012 and on this page.

An Information- and Networking Day was organised on 26 September 2011 in Luxembourg to support your Call 8 participation on the Strategic Objective 4.4 Intelligent Information Management. Please find the presentations and documents at the Event page here .

Useful links and key documents

  • Information and Networking Day, 26 September 2011, Luxembourg. Please find the presentations and documents at the Event page here.
  • Excerpts : FP7 ICT-2011.4.4 Intelligent Information Management
  • Technical background notes - Strategic Objective ICT-2011.4.4 Intelligent Information Management (Call 8)
  • Presentation: ICT 2011-12 Work Programme - SO 4.4 - Intelligent Information Management (September 2010)
  • FP7 Forums : List of main events and presentations
  • Join the Twitter discussion - Use the tag: #SO44

The ICT Proposers' Day 2011 took place in Budapest, 19th - 20th May and was dedicated to networking and partnership building for FP7 ICT Calls 8 and 9. The networking session on Objective 4.4 Intelligent Information Management took place on 19 May, 16h30 - 18h00.


Submission of Proposals

Research and Development teams are invited to prepare and submit proposals via the web-based Electronic Proposal Submission System (EPSS).

Practical information

A summary of the main aspects on how to Participate in FP7 can be found on the CORDIS website.

The Create project page provides more guidance on how to prepare a proposal.

Ideal-ist : A partner search facility.

The network of National Contact Points (NCPs), can be helpful both for general advice (particularly on preparing proposals) and for finding partners from other countries.

Evaluators wanted

Are you interested in being involved in FP7 activities as evaluator or project reviewer?

High-level experts with experience in information and communication technology (and a good knowledge of English, which is the working language in the evaluation) are constantly needed.

Manifest your interest and signal your availability as an evaluator to the INFSO E2 mailbox , with the mention 'FP7-ICT Call Evaluators' in the subject field.

Experts for research activities can register from now onward. If selected to assist in an evaluation, you will be asked to sign a conflict of interest declaration, so that you are not involved in the evaluation of one of your own proposals, or of proposals competing with it. Find here the Experts site: FP7 Experts Management Module (EMM) .

Disclaimer : Please note that the Unit 'Technologies for Information Management' (INFSO.E2) maintains this page as a working tool and an information channel. While our goal is to keep this information timely and accurate, we cannot guarantee either.


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