Thematic areas

including Sub-Categories

Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest, and aquatic environments

Information and Communication Technologies: Applications Research

- for health, improving disease prevention and health care provisions, early diagnosis, treatment and personalisation; autonomy, safety, monitoring and mobility of patients; health information space for knowledge discovery.
- to improve inclusion and equal participation and prevent digital divides; assistive technology for elderly and for disabled people; design-for-all.
- for mobility; intelligent ICT-based transportation systems and vehicles and intelligent service solutions for tourism enabling people and goods to move safely, ecologically, comfortably and efficiently.
- in support of the environment, risk management and sustainable development, to prevent or reduce vulnerability and to mitigate the consequences of natural disasters and industrial accidents and human activities related to economic development.
- for governments; efficiency, openness and accountability, for a worldclass public administration and links to citizens and businesses, supporting democracy, allowing access to information to all

- new media paradigms and new forms of content, including entertainment; creation of interactive digital content; enriched user experiences; cost-effective content delivery; digital rights management; hybrid media.
- technology-enhanced learning; adaptive and contextualised learning solutions; active learning.
- ICT-based systems to support accessibility and use over time of digital cultural and scientific resources and assets, in a multilingual and multicultural environment

- new forms of dynamic networked co-operative business processes, digital eco-systems in particular for small- and medium-sized organisations; optimised, distributed work organisation and collaborative work environments such as knowledge sharing and interactive services (e.g. for tourism).
- Manufacturing including traditional industries: rapid and adaptive design, production and delivery of highly customised goods; digital and virtual production; modelling, simulation, optimisation and presentation tools; miniature and integrated ICT products

- identity management; authentication and authorization;
- privacy enhancing technologies; rights and asset management; protection against cyber threats.

Environment (including Climate Change): Environmental Technologies

Prof. Tsoukalas

Prof. Tsoukalas

Speech of Prof. Tsoukalas at the SEE-ERA.NET Steering Board in Germany 19th October 2006

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