List of Key Challenges

The List of Key Challenges identifies cross-cutting issues that combine societal relevance with ICT fields of research and innovation. This resource provides a problem-oriented view, focusing on shared challenges and issues.

  • The key challenges defined that will be the focus of the HubIT stakeholder network activities.
  • Cross-cutting issues that combine societal relevance with ICT fields of research and innovation These resource provides a catalogue of such challenges relevant in ICT and SSH. Each of these key challenges will be expanded and emphasize shared concerns among stakeholders.
Fostering an Active participation in political life and decision-making

Thanks to ICT - particularly social media - more and more citizens are able to take direct part in political debate. However, the information and resources that governments and public administrations make available to citizens can be difficult to understand. This leads to a sense of detachment and disillusionment towards public bodies and the democratic process itself.

Smart Cities and Communities

Innovative ICT solutions for Safe and connected automation in road transport and to develop cooperative ITS for safe, congestion-free and sustainable mobility

Waste management

ICT for supporting approaches for the reduction, recycling and reuse of food waste.

Cultural heritage and European identities

ICT to develop ddvanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets.

Innovative public administration

ICT to develop innovative mobile e-government applications.

Computing software and systems design for physically-entangled systems

Supporting the creation of reliable, robust and energy-aware solutions for autonomous and safety-critical systems.

Models, tools and methods for design-operations continuum of dependable CPSoS

Supporting the complete lifecycle of Cyber-Physical Systems of Systems (CPSoS), from requirements capture to design, test, operation and decommissioning.

Flexible and Wearable Electronics

To develop new concepts for the integration of transducers, energy and data storage elements, logic, displays and light sources, as well as new interconnection technologies.

Photonics Manufacturing for Components and Devices

Accelerate the design, development and uptake of photonics technology, by a wide range of industrial players, in particular SMEs by providing low-barrier access to volume production of advanced photonics components available to a wide range of industrial players, in particular SMEs which would otherwise not have easy access. The objective is to provide open access to manufacturing of advanced photonics components and systems and offer related services including design and characterization.

Photonics integrated circuits based on Indium Phosphide

Providing open access to photonics integrated circuits based on Indium Phosphide, going beyond multi-project wafers and offering generic solutions for a wide class of applications

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