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CT3
Jožef Stefan Institute
Jamova 39
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
email: ct3@ijs.si
phone: +386 1 4773593
fax: +386 1 4773935

Past

Rehearsal and final review meeting of the EU project ACTIVE

Active final review meeting took place at the Best Western Premier Hotel Slon, Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 22 – 25 March, 2011.

ECOLEAD – European Collaborative networked Organisations LEADership initiative

ECOLEAD is an “Integrated Project” co-funded by the European Commission within 6th Framework Programme (2002-2006). Commencing in April 2004, ECOLEAD is a 4-year project involving 20 partners from 14 countries across Europe. Collaborative networks of organizations provide a basis for competitiveness, world-excellence, and agility in turbulent market conditions. They can support SMEs to identify and […]

PASCAL – Pattern Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Computational Learning

The objective is to build a Europe-wide Distributed Institute which will pioneer principled methods of pattern analysis, statistical modelling and computational learning as core enabling technologies for multimodal interfaces that are capable of natural and seamless interaction with and among individual human users. At each stage in the process, machine learning has a crucial role […]

E4 – Extended Enterprise management in Enlarged Europe

The ambition of E4 STREP is to be the catalyst of current and past RandD multi-disciplinary efforts (organisational, managerial, psychological, socio-economical, technical) to finally apply c-business and extended product paradigms to enlarged EU SMEs, irrespective of the sector they belong to and of their geographical location.The method followed will be a holistic multi-dimensional collaborative approach […]

SWING – Semantic Web Services Interoperability for Geospatial Decision Making

Today, a number of non-semantic web services are available within the geospatial domain. The scarcity of semantic annotation and the lack of a supportive environment for discovery and retrieval make it difficult to employ such services to solve a specific task in geospatial decision making. SWING aims at deploying Semantic Web Service (SWS) technology in […]

TAO – Transitioning Applications to Ontologies

TAO is about how existing ‘legacy’ applications can migrate to open, semantics-based Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). We will create an open source infrastructure to aid transitioning of legacy applications to SOA, via ontologies and refactoring into SWS. This will enable a much larger group of companies to exploit semantics without having to re-implement their applications. The […]

NeOn – Lifecycle Support for Networked Ontologies

NeOn is a 14.7 million Euros project involving 14 European partners and co-funded by the European Commission’s Sixth Framework Programme under grant number IST-2005-027595. NeOn started in March 2006 and has a duration of 4 years. Our aim is to advance the state of the art in using ontologies for large-scale semantic applications in the […]

IMAGINATION – Image-based Navigation in Multimedia Archives

The main objective of IMAGINATION is to bring digital cultural and scientific resources closer to their users, by making user interaction image-based and context-aware. Our aim is to enable image-based navigation for digital cultural and scientific resources. Our vision is a system where users receive meaningful contextual information about images and image parts, which makes […]

SMART – Statistical Multilingual Analysis for Retrieval and Translation

More than half of the EU citizens are not able to hold a conversation in a language other than their mother tongue, let alone to conduct a negotiation, or interpret a law. In a time of wide availability of communication technologies, language barriers are a serious bottleneck to European integration and to economic and cultural […]

Boost-It, Set-up of a Collaborative Permanent Network for Boosting

Most of incubated SMEs struggle to become a solid reality; they’re compelled to face a strong competitive environment with few resources. Though, they’re readiness for change, the close links to the incubator organization and its networks, the nearness of other incubated and complementary SMEs, and the frequent proximity to knowledge and technology poles, may be […]

WS DEBATE – Stimulating Policy Debate on Women and Science Issues in Central Europe

Major overall objective of the WS DEBATE project is the stimulation of policy and public debate on the situation and perspectives of women in science, in order to bridge the gap between policy developments and public understanding of the related issues, and to raise gender awareness among policy makers, scientists, as well as among the […]

SEKT – Semantically-Enabled Knowledge Technologies

The EU IST integrated project Semantic Knowledge Technologies (SEKT) developed and exploited semantic knowledge technologies. Core to the SEKT project has been the creation of synergies by combining the three core research areas ontology management, machine learning and natural language processing. Progress in the development of the Information Society has seen a truly revolutionary decade, […]

CEC-WYS – Central European Centre for Women and Youth in Science

The objective of CEC-WYS is to empower women and young scientists in Central Europe and to contribute to achieving gender equality in R&D. Working within this broad objectives framework, CEC-WYS aims to achieve the following: by making actions to mobilise and network women scientists, we aim to increase their visibility and participation in national, European […]

IST – World

The objective of the project is to set up and populate an information portal with innovative functionalities that helps to promote RTD competencies in IST in the NMS and ACC and facilitate and foster the involvement of different research entities in joint RTD activities. The portal will contain information about RTD actors on the local, […]

Tool-East – Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning and Order Management System for Eastern European Tool and Die Making Workshops

In order to secure their long term success, tool and die making enterprises have to set the course for innovative business strategies early in time. One essential strategy of the future is participation in dynamic business networks. Two major objectives of this strategy are coordination of intra-enterprise order processing and bringing of core capabilities into […]