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Find the most recent information on EU Funding activities in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by visiting our ICT in FP7 website , which covers ICT in the 7 th Framework Programme (FP7) 2007 - 2013.

FP7 in Motion: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics, Digital Libraries and Content

Information days, 24-25 January 2007, Luxembourg

What and who?

This event addressed researchers preparing project proposals under FP7, theme 'Information and communication technologies' (ICT). Specifically, the information days in Luxembourg focused on two research challenges in the ICT Work Programme 2007-08 :

Applications for funding of research projects can now be submitted under ICT Call 1 , published on 22 December 2006. Closing date of the call is 8 May 2007.

Programme

The information days offered three plenary sessions providing participants with information on the research challenges in the work programme, and a number of workshops.

Presentations

You can download from here the three presentations held in the plenary sessions. If you are looking for other presentations, please check the websites specific to the challenges (see above).

  • Plenary session Challenge 2 'Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics' ? Presentation ( PDF , 170KB)
  • Plenary session Challenge 4: 'Digital Libraries and Technology-enhanced Learning' ? Presentation ( PDF , 180KB)
  • Plenary session Challenge 4: 'Intelligent Content and Semantics' ? Presentation ( PDF , 120KB)

Other information events

During the open call, information events are being organised in various countries participating in the EU research programme. For dates, please check at your National Contact Point .

Contacts

Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics
Colette Maloney, Head of Unit 'Cognitive Systems and Robotics'
website
Challenge 4, Objective 1: Digital Libraries and Technology-enhanced Learning
Pat Manson, Head of Unit 'Cutural Heritage and Technology-enhanced Learning'
Challenge 4, Objective 2: Intelligent Content and Semantics
Roberto Cencioni, Head of Unit 'Content and Knowledge'
website

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