NEM Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA)
NEM Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) highlights European industry’s views on the research priorities that are required in the next few years so that Europe can truly become a worldwide champion in all domains related to “New European Media”, representing a basis for the reflections that are being investigated by all NEM European Technology Platform stakeholders.
NEM SRIA is created from valuable contributions received from NEM members, which are compiled in a document by an editorial group appointed by the NEM Steering Board. All regular SRIA document versions are approved by NEM General Assembly, where all NEM members are represented.
NEM SRIA documents are issued regularly every one-two years. Before 2014, to corresponding NEM document has been called Strategic Research Agenda (SRA).
Research Priorities 2016
This document provides a first draft list of priorities for the research funding programs WP2018 and beyond in Horizon2020. In a second step, a wider range of NEM stakeholders will be activated and a more concise document will be provided to the by June/ July 2016.
Actual version of the NEM SRA
NEM Vision and SRIA (Approved in November 2016)
Previous SRIA versions
NEM Vision and SRIA (October 2014)
NEM-SRA Version 8.0 (September 2011)
This SRA version represents an extended version of the NEM Position Paper on “NEM Position Paper on Future Research Directions – Opportunities for an Innovative Digital Europe “, issued in February 2011.
SRA 6.0 and FP7 WP 2009-2010 (January 2009) – presents relation between topics defined in NEM SRA version 6.0 and FP7 Work Programme 2009-2010
NEM Strategic Research Agenda Coverage by FP7- Call 1 (January 2008) – has been prepared to serve as an analysis of the results for FP7-1 in connection with the coverage of NEM Strategic Research Agenda. The analysis takes into account SRA versions 4 and 5. A preliminary analysis of the projects being under negotiation phase as results of the Evaluation of proposals submitted to FP7-1 has been carried out.