BENEFIT/COPERNICUS

(Link to Vienna Industrial Day)

Special Session on Cooperation

14 September 1995
Smolenice castle, SK

Session Chairmen:

Manfred HORVAT, BIT, Vienna
Klaus WOELCKEN, European Commission, DG III/F/1

Session Objectives:

This special session will give a concise introduction into the RTD Programmes of the European Union: their guiding principles, objectives and contents, as well as their operational characetristics and practical organisation. A special focus will be put on methodological and technical issues essential for European collaborative research: preparation of proposals, setting up a project consortium, managerial approaches, methods and tools for transnational research projects. In addition, presentations of case studies by experienced project co-ordinators from different programmes will provide an insight int the everyday problems of real life of this challenging development of research in Europe.

Preliminary Programme:


9.15 Opening of the WorkshopWelcome by Manfred Horvat

9.15 - 10.30 Session I The Community Framework Programme for RTD

- Programme Objectives, Structures, Procedures
- Modalities for Participation
- Opportunities for International Co-operation
- Sources of Information on Community Programmes and Service Structures for Participants in Community Programmes

Klaus Woelcken, Europ. Commission
Roland Pleger, DLR, D
Manfred Horvat, BIT, A

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break

11.00 - 12.30 Session II How to Prepare a Proposal Setting up a Project Consortium Success Factors for Managing Transnational Projects

Roland Pleger, DLR Anno Jordan, Parsytec, D Manfred Horvat, BIT, A

12.30 - 13.30 Lunch

13.30 - 15.00 Session III Selected Case Studies of East-West Collaborative Projects from Different Programmes

3.1 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EE CURRICULA (EAST AND WEST EUROPE, AND USA) AND POSSIBLE CO-OPERATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION AREA
V. V. BARINOV
Eelctronics & Computer Technologies Dept. Moscow Institute of Electronic Technologies, Moscow, Russia

3.2 FROM LDE PROJECTS TO JOINT RESEARCH CO-OPERATION: SOME CONCLUSIONS AND PROPOSITIONS,
A. V. BOGDANOV,
International Institute for Interphase Interactions, St. Petersburg, Russia

3.3 NEW CURRICULA AND A COMPETENCE CENTRE THROUGH TEMPUS AT THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF TALLINN
M. GLESNER, T. HOLLSTEIN
Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany,

B. COURTOIS, P. AMBLARD
TIMA Laboratory, Grenoble, France

R. UBAR, K. VAINOMAA
Technical University of Tallinn,

3.4 COOPERATION OF INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS, SLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IN HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING IN THE FRAME OF A COPERNICUS PROGRAMME,
L. HLUCHY
Institute for Computer Systems, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia

3.5 PAN-EUROPEAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATIONS: A CRUCIAL FACTOR FOR THE COMPETITIVENESS OF HIGH TECH SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED COMPANIES
A. JORDAN
Parsytec Computer GmbH, Aachen, Germany

3.6 FINANCING OF JOINT EUROPEAN PROJECTS - EXPERIENCES AND PROBLEMS
W. KUZMICZ
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

3.7 COPERNICUS PROJECT IN EAST-WEST-CO-OPERATION IN VLSI AND SYSTEMS DESIGN - VIEW FROM MOSCOW ,.
V.M. MIKHOV, T.S. TROUDOVA, A. KAMINSKIA,
Institute of Operating Systems Moscow, State Institute of Electronic Engineering, Zelenograd, Moscow, Russia

3.8 RUSSIAN-EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER WITHIN A EU FRAMEWORK, .
D. PIOTROVSKY,.
St. Petersburg State Technical University, St. Petersburg, Russia

3.9 CO-OPERATION IN EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS WITH CENTRAL EUROPE,
J. VANNEUVILLE,
Department of Microelectronics, KIHWV-Oostende, Belgium

D. GEVAERT
CEDO - Central European Design Office, Brno, CZ

I. BOLSENS
VSDM-Group, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium,

15.30 - 16.30 Session IV Discussion on Problems of East-West Co-operation in Research

16.30 - 17.00 Closing Session Synthesis and Conclusions


Vienna Industrial Day

September 15, 1995
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Chairmen:
Kurt Judmann, Vienna
Klaus WOELCKEN, European Commission, DG III/F/1

Objectives:
The objective of the Vienna Industrial Day is to initiate co-operation between research institutes from central and eastern Europe (CEE) and companies from Austria and other EU member states. To achieve this objective CEE researchers will present their research and development capacities as well as exploitable technologies and research results.

Programme:

8.30 Bus Departure from Smolenice castle via Bratislava to Vienna

10.00 - 10.30 Registration

10.30 - 10.45 Opening - 12.30 Session A: Future perspectives of east-west R&D co-operation

Chair: Manfred Horvat, BIT, Austria

Future perspectives of east-west research and technology co-operation: An Austrian view,
Peter Kowalski, Ministry for Economic Affairs, Austria

Technology transfer and the exploitation of research results - European challenges,
Manfred Horvat and A. Klamminger, BIT, Austria

The state of EDA industry of Russia and collaboration with Eastern and Central European partners,
V.M. Mikhov, T.S. Troudova Institute of Operating Systems, Moskow State Institute of Electronic Engineering, Zelenograd, Moscow, Russia

12.30 - 13.30 Lunch Break

13.30 - 14.30 Session B: Presentation of Institutes and Organisations
Chair: K. Judmann, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

ASIC Design Centre FEI STU Bratislava, B. Weber, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia

Co-operation capabilities: EVATRONIX Co. Ltd., W. Sakowski, WPP Evatronix, Bielsko-Biala, Poland

Assistance to SMEs in new technolgies and marketing, A. Lifshits, T. Gavrilova, V. Mikov, Vocational Renewal Centre Mancomtech, St. Petersburg, Russia

14.30 - 15.00 Discussion

15.00 - 15.30 Coffee Break

15.30 - 16.30 Session C: Presentations of Technologies and Research Results
Chair: K. Judmann, Vienna University of Technology,

A Computer Aided Knowledge Engineering (CAKE),
T. Gavrilova, St. Petersburg Technical University, Russia

Precise Speed Measurement of Industrial Rotating Machines,
M. Kosek, Liberec Technical University, Czech Republic

Mixed-Signal Remote Testing of the TV-Interactive Decoder,
K. Vlcek, Ostrava Technical University, Czech Republic

The Integrated Compact Reseiver Signals Global Satellite Navigation Systems
"GLONASS" and "NAVSTAR", M.N. Bassiouk, P.A. Osetrov, M.A. Smaglij Scienific Industrial Cooperation Nauchny Centre, Moscow, Russia

The functional-level simulator SIMVT,
S.A. Linetsky, Research Institute of the Computing Machinery, Penza, Russia

16.30- 17.00 Discussion and official closing

17.00 - 18.00 Informal meetings of participants

18.00 Departure from Vienna via Bratislava to Smolenice castle
Dinner