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WISTCIS: “New methods of working for Information Society
Technologies Programme Promotion to Commonwealth of
Independent States”
Prof. Jean BONNIN,
President of EDNES
WISTCIS coordinator
Project review, 12/11/2002 Brussels, Belgium
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WISTCIS: “New methods of working for Information Society
Technologies Programme Promotion to Commonwealth of
Independent States”
Project number: IST-1999-14106
Key action: 2
Beginning of the project: November 1, 2000
End of the project: October 31, 2003
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WISTCIS: “New methods of working for Information Society
Technologies Programme Promotion to Commonwealth of
Independent States”
Goal:
WISTCIS project promotes IST Programme and introduces 6th FP to seven European
CIS countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine.
Objectives:
пЃ± Demonstrate IST objectives, opportunities and telematics products to the CIS
community
пЃ± Develop in the participating CIS countries a system of Information Dissemination
Centres (IDCs)
пЃ± Select and adapt to the participating CIS countries telematics tools produced by
IST to extend and encourage EU-CIS team work
пЃ± Encourage submission of new joint EU-CIS project proposals to 5th and 6th FPs
пЃ± Provide training course and supporting literature in Russian language to promote
dissemination of 5th and 6th FPs to the CIS countries
пЃ± Adapt Virtual Presence System for collaborative browsing within EU-CIS team
work
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Project consortium and management structure
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Project components
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THANK YOU
Prof. Jean BONNIN,
President of EDNES
Tel.: +33.390.240.032
E-mail: bonnin@selene.u-strasbg.fr
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Prof. Alexei GVISHIANI,
Vice-president of EDNES
WISTCIS supervisor
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Goals and objectives:
пЃ±
Promote IST Programme and 6th FP to European CIS audience by face-toface training measures
пЃ±
Provide in-depth demonstrations of IST and other relevant EU telematics
products. By that introduce new methods of team work in the participating
CIS countries
пЃ±
Encourage submission of new project proposals with participation of the
CIS countries
пЃ±
Evaluate current level of EU-CIS teleworking in research, business,
education and environment
пЃ±
Establish preliminary collaboration agreements between potential project
partners in EU and the CIS countries
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Kick-off conference in Kiev, Ukraine
"Teleworking in Research, Medicine and Business",
April 19-21, 2001
The audience:
about 200 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, France, Georgia,
Germany, Moldova, Portugal, Russia, the Netherlands, Ukraine
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Kick-off Conference structure:
Plenary Sessions:
Workshops:
“Telemedicine”
Opening session
Session 1 “European Commission and its
Information Society Technologies
Programme. Building new EU-CIS projects
for IST”
Session 2 “Computer networking and
teleworking in CIS countries”
Session 3 “Telematics in research and
environmental studies”
Session 4 “Teleworking in Business and
Electronic Commerce”
Session 5 “Telemedicine”
Closing plenary session and roundtable
discussions on EU-CIS collaboration
“Distance Education”
“Ukrainian Research and Academic Network”
“WISTCIS Training course on 5th Framework
Programme of the EC by PriceWaterhouseCoopers”
“WISTCIS Training course on IST Programme
by PriceWaterhouseCoopers”
Seminars:
Seminar on practical teleworking
“TELEWORKING 2001”
Seminar on Virtual Presence and Collaborative
browsing toolkit
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Results of the Kick-off Conference
пЃ±
Seven IST and other relevant EU teleworking projects promoted
пЃ±
Ukrainian IDC focused at telemedicine and distant training launched including
WISTCIS Web-site
пЃ±
Teleworking developments in Ukraine and other CIS countries reported and
evaluated. Plans of collaboration with potential EU partners agreed
пЃ±
First version of WISTCIS Training Course (by PriceWaterhouseCoopers) and
Teleworking Manual (by JC Consultants) evaluated
пЃ±
CoBrow collaborative browsing toolkit evaluated in real-time demonstration with
participation of Ulm, Freiberg, Moscow, Kishinev, Minsk, Yerevan and Kiev IDCs
пЃ±
WISTCIS workplan discussed in details and adopted
пЃ±
WISTCIS Newsletter Vol.1 in English and Russian widely disseminated in hardcopies and via WISTCIS Web-sites
пЃ±
Numerous preliminary collaboration agreements were signed between EU and CIS
organizations
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Workshop in Kishinev, Moldova
"Telematics and Networking support in Environmental
and Natural Hazard Research and Monitoring",
June 21-22, 2001
The audience:
more than 50 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, France,
Germany, Latvia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, the Netherlands, Ukraine
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Workshop in Moldova structure:
Plenary Sessions:
Opening session
Session 1 “Computer Networking and
Telematics Application in CIS Countries”
Seminars:
Training Course
Session 2 “IST Environmental Applications” “European Union and the Opportunities for CIS
countries”
Special Session “Invited presentations”
Training Course
Session 3 “Telematics Applications in Natural
“EC 5th Framework Programe Information
Hazard and Geophysical Studies”
Socaity Technologies”
Discussion Section “New project
opportunities for CIS countries”
Closing plenary session and roundtable
discussions on EU-CIS collaboration
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Results of the Workshop in Moldova
пЃ±
Six IST and other relevant European teleworking applications were
demonstrated
пЃ±
Teleworking applications for environmental and natural hazards research and
monitoring in Moldova-Romania region were introduced and evaluated.
Preparation of new project proposal to 6th FP by German, French, Romanian
and Moldovan organizations was launched
пЃ±
WISTCIS collaboration on clustering initiative with TELEBALT, TELESOL,
E3WORK and TEAMWORK projects started
пЃ±
WISTCIS collaboration with NATO scientific committee project on computer
telecommunication channels development in Moldova-Romania started
пЃ±
Collaboration with Open Partial Agreement on major hazards in Europe started
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Workshop in Baku, Azerbaijan
"E-working, Distant Training and Environmental
Monitoring: New Opportunities",
December 13-14, 2001
The audience:
more than 450 participants from Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, France, Georgia, Germany,
Moldova, Russia, the Netherlands, Ukraine
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Workshop in Azerbaijan
“Distant Training” Session
Before opening: more than
450 participants
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
Results of the Workshop in Azerbaijan
пЃ±
The first event of such kind in Azerbaijan and the biggest WISTCIS event so far. The
workshop attracted more than 450 participants throughout the whole Azerbaijan
пЃ±
Planning session on incorporation of Azerbaijan and Georgia into teleworking
system for environmental and natural hazard monitoring
пЃ±
Ten IST and other relevant European teleworking projects were promoted
пЃ±
6th FP was introduced
пЃ±
Web system of WISTCIS IDCs was demonstrated and evaluated in details. Further
plans formulated and agreed
пЃ±
Numerous preliminary agreements between EU and CIS organizations were signed
пЃ±
Azerbaijanean telematics applications projects including ones developed jointly
with UNDP, UNESCO and UNIDO were evaluated in connection with WISTCIS
content
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WP3. Conference and Workshops
IST projects promoted at these meetings:
EKP:
European
Knowledge
Platform
ShopAware
Virtual
Presence
System
Other European telematics projects promoted:
EUR-OPA
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WP2. WISTCIS Newsletters
published in April 2001
Volume 1: Contents
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WP2. WISTCIS Newsletters
published in October 2002
Volume 2: Contents
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THANK YOU
Prof. Alexei GVISHIANI,
Vice-president of EDNES
Tel.: +7.095.133.43.39
E-mail: gvi@ednes.org
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Mr. Levon GRIGORIAN,
ARMINCO Global Telecommunications
WISTCIS Armenian IDC
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WP2. INTERNET IN ARMENIA
THE LEVEL OF E-READINESS TO THE
DIGITALLY
DRIVEN WORLD COMMUNITY
/in accordance with the methodology of the Center for International Development at
Harvard University/
Stage 1 being the least advanced
General cases
Stage 4, the most advanced
Some cases
Network Access
Information
Infrastructure
Internet Availability
1
2
3
4
Networked Society
1
2
3
4
People and
Organizations Online
Internet Affordability
Locally Relevant
Content
Network Speed and
Quality
ISTs in Everyday Life
Hardware and Software
Service and Support
ISTs in the Workplace
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WP2. INTERNET IN ARMENIA
INTERNET AVAILABILITY
MAJOR ISP’S CAPACITIES,2001
ISPs
Modem
Entry
Leased
Lines
Arminco
1000
200
ISPs IN ARMENIA, 2001
ISPs
Two-way
channel
Downlink
channel
Arminco
ArmenTel (Teleglobe),
2.5Mbps
Interpacket 8
Mbps
Yerphi,
WEB
ArmenTel (Teleglobe),
256Kb
Direct PC,
1Mbps
Yerphi, WEB 30
200
ACC
30
30
Infocom
ArmenTel (Teleglobe),
256Kb
Infocom
60
50
Intarnet
ArmenTel (Teleglobe),
64Kb
Netsys
60
30
ACC
ArmenTel (Teleglobe),
192Kb
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DirectPC,
400Kb
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WP2. INTERNET IN ARMENIA
INTERNET AFFORDABILITY
/All channels are provided by local company, ArmenTel/
Prices of the Capacity Channels
Capacity, Kb
Price in US$/month
Lease Fees for Dedicated Lines, 2002
Max. Speed (Kb/s)
Monthly Fee
19.2 Kbps
$540
33.6 Kbps
$960
64
2000+20% VAT
128
4000+20% VAT
64 Kbps
$1680
256
7000+20% VAT
128 Kbps
$3360
256 Kbps
$6600
512 Kbps
$11400
1024 Kbps
$20400
2048 Kbps
$30000
512
12000+20% VAT
1024
22000+20% VAT
2048
30000+20% VAT
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WP3. WORKSHOP IN YEREVAN, 21-22
November, 2002
Workshop “NEW METHODS OF WORK FOR BUSINESS AND
RESEARCH”
Organized by: Arminco Global
Telecommunications
In cooperation with: National Academy of
Sciences of Armenia
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Policy makers and responsible officials
Internet providers, Technology suppliers, Telecom operators
E-commerce and E-learning organizations
Research institutes
Businessmen and Entrepreneurs
Association of disables
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WP3. WORKSHOP IN YEREVAN, 21-22
November, 2002
Structure of the Workshop “NEW METHODS OF WORK FOR
BUSINESS AND RESEARCH”
EUROPEAN VIEW
• Presentation and discussion of European telework experience for business
and research
• New ways for telework between EU and CIS businesses and research
institutions
CIS VIEWS
• New methods of work for business and research in Armenia and other CIS
countries
• Institutional and technical problems and ways of co-operation with EU’s
institutions
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WP2. IDC & WEB-SITES
•Macromedia Flash
•Hosted on highspeed server
•Downloadable files
•Many links
•Mail form for visitors
• Language Guide
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WP2. IDC & WEB-SITES
Language Tele-Guide
Human Voice
Pronunciation
• Alphabet
•Pronouns
•Common Phrases
•General Phrases
Sightseeing
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WP2. IDC & WEB-SITES
IDC and Training Center
•Information
Dissemination
•Parliament Members
Training
•Free courses for
children
•Microsoft Training
Center in Caucasus
•Tele-Bridge YerevanMoscow-Bishkek
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THANK YOU
Mr. Levon GRIGORIAN,
ARMINCO Global Telecommunications
Tel.: +374(1).526.326
E-mail: leongrig@arminco.com
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Dr. Alexander BERIOZKO,
Mr. Anatoly SOLOVIEV
EDNES, Moscow
WISTCIS telematics engineers
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Main Web-site: index page
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Main Web-site: sections
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Main Web-site: CoBrow enabled
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Regional Web-sites structure and content foundations
Primary sections and features:
 Summary and objectives of the project
 Mail-form for questions and comments
ability of sending q&c via regional Web-site to the corresponding project participant
 “Preliminary agreement submission” mail-form
ability of preliminary agreements dispatch via local Web-site
 Link to IST Web-site
http://www.cordis.lu/ist
 Link exchange scheme
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Regional Web-sites structure and content notion
Sections, updated with relevant information:
 Project news
 State of the art of teleworking in corresponding region:
• National networks development status
schemes, maps, structure, number of nodes, connection speed, etc.
• State and scientific/educational networks overview
• Opportunities, offered by commercial providers
• Internet in cities and at the country-side
 “IST activities” section
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Regional Web-sites structure and content notion
“IST activities”:
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Ukrainian Web-site: index page
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Ukrainian Web-site: IST projects section
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Belarus Web-site: index page
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Belarus Web-site: “BAS-NET Topology” subsection
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Moldovan Web-site: index page
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Moldovan Web-site: Ongoing IST projects
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Azerbaijan Web-site: index page
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Azerbaijan Web-site: teleworking activities in Azerbaijan
General Structure of Academy
of Sciences Network
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Russian Web-site: main frame
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Russian Web-site: local network scheme
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
Russian Web-site: questions and comments mail-form
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
WISTCIS deliverables on the Web
All principal WISTCIS deliverables are
available at project main Web-site:







Project brochure
Project presentation
Newsletters
Conference/workshop evaluation reports
WISTCIS Teleworking Manual
WISTCIS Training Courses on EU and IST Programme
VPS/CoBrow adaptation for EU-CIS team-work
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
WISTCIS deliverables on the Web
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WP2. WISTCIS on the Web
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THANK YOU
Dr. Alexander BERIOZKO,
EDNES, Moscow
Tel.: +7.095.930.61.15
E-mail: ber@ednes.org
Mr. Anatoly SOLOVIEV,
EDNES, Moscow
Tel.: +7.095.133.43.39
E-mail: tols@ednes.org
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Mr. Holger CHRISTEIN,
Distributed Systems Dept.,
University of Ulm, Germany
WISTCIS partner
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Overview
• Contribution to WP 2
(IST Information Dissemination)
• Contribution to WP 3
(Conferences and Workshops)
• Contritbution to WP4
(Collaborative Browsing for EU-CIS team work)
• Outlook
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Contribution to WP 2 (I)
• web site describing Virtual Presence
research
o Basics of Presence Awareness
 Different Application scenarios (Collaborative
Browsing, Web Shops, Friend Finder)
o Model for Presence Awareness
 Entities
 Kinds of Presence Awareness
 Kinds of possible Services
o Technical stuff
 Description of PAIB service
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Contribution to WP 2 (II)
o WISTCIS
o http://www-vs.informatik.uni-ulm.de/
virtual_presence/
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Contribution to WP 3 (I)
• WISTCIS
o Kishinev, Moldova, 21-22 June 2001
 �Basics of Virtual Presence’
 Application Scenarios
 Model
o Baku, Azerbaijan, 13-14 December 2001
 �Virtual Presence - Introduction and Application’
 How Collaborative Browsing works
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Contribution to WP 3 (II)
o Oncomming: Yerevan, Armenia, 21-22 November
2002
 Demonstration of new multilingual Collaborative
Browsing User Agent
• Other
o Fourth International Conference on
Distributed Communities on the Web, Sydney,
Australia, 3-5 April 2002
 Talk about network communities
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Contribution to WP4 (I)
• Demonstration of CoBrow at WISTCIS
kick-off conference and at the two
WISTCIS conferences in 2001.
• Deliverable D9
(Implementation of multilingual
Collaborative Browsing User Agent)
o PAIB (Overview)
o CBUA (Detail about Scouting, Multilinguality)
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Contribution to WP4 (II)
• Adaptation of Collaborative Browsing
User Agent for EU-CIS Teamwork finished
• Collaborative Browsing User Agent
available
o http://hera.wdcb.ru/vpsDemo
• Properties:
o Easy to install
o Pure Java Server- and Client side (runs at any
relevant Operating System)
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Contribution to WP4 (III)
o Independence of specific Web Server
o Database scheme is easy configurable
(changeable without any reprogramming)
o Multilingualism including non-Latin character
sets
o On-line registration of new users
o Vicinty Chat and private Chat available
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Contribution to WP4
(Screenshots I)
• Log-on
• Registration
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Contribution to WP4
(Screenshots II)
• Main Window
Chat
History
Vicinity
Area
Chat
Field
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Contribution to WP4
(Screenshots III)
• Properties
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Contribution to WP4
(Screenshots IV)
• Help Window
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Outlook
• Establishing a Network of Excellence in
the context of the EU Sixth Framework
Programme
o Topic: Electronic Presence
o New Services (representing virtual worlds)
o New Tools (CSCW, Friend Finder, E-Shops,
Logistic,…)
o Overall: Offering �close to real’ feeling
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THANK YOU
Mr. Holger CHRISTEIN,
Distributed Systems Dept.,
University of Ulm, Germany
Tel.: +49.731.502.41.45
E-mail: christein@vs.informatik.uni-ulm.de
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Training actions. Conclusions
Prof. Jean BONNIN,
President of EDNES
WISTCIS coordinator
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WP5. Training actions
Training courses and manual
Training course I
Training course II
Manual “Teleworking 2001”
(PriceWaterhouseCoopers)
(PriceWaterhouseCoopers)
(JC Consultants)
Introductory: European
Union
Introductory: 5th FP, Information
Society Technologies
• History of the
European Union
• Introduction to
IST Programme
• Introduction
European Union
• How to submit
FP proposal
•
• Preparation of a
grant application
5th
FP
• Introduction to
6th FP
• Opportunities for
CIS Countries
5th
• The grant award
and project
implementation
Introductory document on
teleworking compiled within the
framework of project WISTCIS
1. Kick-off
conference,
Kiev
• Problem
2. Moldova/
Belarus
workshop,
Kishinev
• Generic tools for communication
and distance-working
3. Azerbaijanean
workshop,
Baku
• Obstacles to Growth
4. Armenian
workshop,
Yerevan
• Case studies
• History
• Number of teleworkers in Europe
in 2000
• Issues involved
• Introducing teleworking into an
organization
• Are you ready for teleworking?
WISTCIS web-site
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WP5. Training actions
Manual “Teleworking 2001” on the Web
(by JC Consultants)
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WP5. Training actions
Manual “Teleworking 2001” on the Web
(by JC Consultants)
PROBLEM
HISTORY
GENERIC TOOLS FOR COMMUNICATION AND
DISTANCE-WORKING
NUMBER OF TELEWORKERS IN EUROPE IN 2000
OBSTACLES TO GROWTH
ISSUES INVOLVED
CASE STUDIES
INTRODUCING TELEWORKING INTO AN
ORGANISATION
ARE YOU READY FOR TELEWORKING?
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WP5. Training actions
Lecture on 6th Framework Programme
пЃ± Contents of FP6
 Integrating European Research: Priority Thematic Areas
 Integrating European Research: Anticipating S/T Needs
 Structuring the ERA and Strengthening the Foundations of ERA
пЃ± Instruments in FP6
 Integrated Projects
 Networks of Excellence
 Article 169
пЃ± Financing
пЃ± Budgets
пЃ± Timetable
пЃ± Highlights
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Conclusions
Deliverables: completed
WP 1:
Project
dissemination and
use plan and list
of the CIS
partner
institutions
WP 2:
Brochure
Project
presentation
Newsletter
Vol.1
Newsletter
Vol.2
WP 3:
WP 4:
Kick-off
conference
Adaptation of
CoBrow toolkit
for EU-CIS
team work
Workshop
Belarus-Moldova
Workshop Azerbaijan
WP 5:
Training courses on the EC,
5th FP, 6th FP and IST
Programme. Manual
“Teleworking 2001”
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Conclusions
Deliverables: at the stage of
implementation
WP3: Workshop
Armenia
January, 2003
WP6: Report on
IDCs, Information
servers and Web-sites
March, 2003
Deliverables: future plans
WP2: Newsletter
Vol.3
June, 2003
WP3: Workshop
Georgia
May, 2003
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WP3: Outlook
conference
June, 2003
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THANK YOU
Prof. Jean BONNIN,
President of EDNES
Tel.: +33.390.240.032
E-mail: bonnin@selene.u-strasbg.fr
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