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Ministère de l’Education Nationale, de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche de From Basic Research to Innovative Applications to through Evaluation.Joseph MarianiDirectorInformation & Communication Technologies DepartmentFrench Ministry of ResearchFunding research• 3 areasareas– Basic Scientific Research– Basic Technological Research– Innovative Application Development• A research support model• Implementation in France for Language TechnologiesDecember 2, 2005 ELRA Evaluation Workshop 2Basic Scientific ResearchBasic • Examples– Laboratory annual funding, including researchers salaries– NSF programs– Evaluation based on publications• Advantages– Open to new ideas– No time pressure– High risk / big return• Problems– Lack of quality measures• ARPA SUS program (1971-1976)• The Martine Kempf case (1984)December 2, 2005 ELRA Evaluation Workshop 3Basic Technological Research• Examples– NATO RSG10 initiative (1980)– DARPA-NIST initiatives (1984/1987-)• Annual evaluation campaigns• Opening to international participation (1992)– Quantitative technology evaluation• Advantages– Know where we are and how fast we progress– Helps choosing the best approach– International quantitative comparison– Research funding monitoring• Problems– Permanent stress preventing from developing new ideas– Homogeneity of approaches December 2, 2005 ELRA Evaluation Workshop 4Courtesy NISTDecember 2, 2005 ELRA Evaluation Workshop 5Courtesy ...

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Minis tère de l’Education Nationale, d e  l’Enseignem ent Supérieur et de la Recherche
From Basic Research to Innovative Applications through Evaluation.
Joseph Mariani Director Information & Communication Technologies Department French Ministry of Research
Funding resea rch
3 areas – Basic Scientific Research – Basic Technological Research – Innovative Application Development A research support model Implementation in France for Language Technologies
December 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
2
Basic Scientific Research
Examples – Laboratory annual funding, including researchers salaries – NSF programs – Evaluation based on publications Advantages – Open to new ideas – No time pressure – High risk / big return Problems – Lack of quality measures • ARPA SUS program (1971-1976) • The Martine Kempf case (1984)
December 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
3
Basic Technological Research
Examples – NATO RSG10 initiative (1980) – DARPA-NIST initiatives (1984/1987-) • Annual evaluation campaigns • Opening to international participation (1992) – Quantitative technology evaluation Advantages – Know where we are and how fast we progress – Helps choosing the best approach – International quantitative comparison – Research funding monitoring Problems – Permanent stress preventing from developing new ideas – Homogeneity of approaches
December 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
4
Dec
ember 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
Courtesy NIST
5
Dec
ember 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
Courtesy NIST
6
Dec
ember 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
Courtesy NIST
7
Dec
ember 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
Courtesy NIST
8
Dec
ember 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
Courtesy NIST
9
Innovative Application Development
Examples – EC programs • Collaborative projects FP1-FP6 – Technological Research and Innovation Networks (RRIT) – Evaluation of usability/acceptability Advantages – Research-industry cooperation – Demonstration of results Problems – The « 99% correct » commercial claims + – Technology not yet good enough to fulfil the (even « sexy ») application requirements (waste of money)
December 2, 2005
ELRA Evaluation Workshop
10
Research Support Model
Meeting points with technology development
Basic Scientific Research
Bottleneck Identification
Quantitative Evaluation
Basic Technological Research
Technologies necessitated for applications
Usage Evaluation
Innovative Application Development
Research results Technologies in quantitative which have been evaluation validated Usabilit LLoarngg et erretmu r/ nh iogf hi nrvisekstmentEvolutionary for applications. Acceptabilyity December 2, 2005 ELRA Evaluation Workshop 11