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Data is based on EPSRC's current portfolio in January 2009Version 1 INFORMATIONANDCOMMUNICATIONS
 

Summary: Data is based on EPSRC's current portfolio in January 2009Version 1
INFORMATIONANDCOMMUNICATIONS
TECHNOLOGIESPROGRAMME
programmeremit
Encompasses the development and understanding
of underpinning theory and physical phenomena,
the design and understanding of human-computer
interactions and interfaces, and the integration and
application of ICT in many contexts. ICT bridges
multidisciplinary interfaces and is fundamental to
applied research, ranging from the interaction of
photons and electrons to the application of artificial
intelligence and the next generation semantic web.
Research, societal and economic impact
ICT is pervasive in modern society. Research that underpins the development and
critically the early adoption of ICT is, in turn, essential to the future prosperity of the
UK and assure the quality of life of its citizens. ICT research creates new and improved
technology that generates stores, transmits, displays and manipulates data and
information and provide value for people and society. ICT research contributes to a
number of key industrial sectors including national security, energy, healthcare,

  

Source: Aickelin, Uwe - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences