RESEARCH & INNOVATE
The Centre has been actively involved in the European Research Area since 2000s, receiving funding in the Framework programmes FP6, FP7 and now in H2020. The primary source of results from the projects funded by the EU’s framework programmes for research and innovation (FP1 to Horizon 2020) is Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS).
The Centre also actively participates in national and international scientific, applied and industrial projects.
CyberSANE’s (2019-2022) aim is to enhance the security and resilience of critical information infrastructures by providing a dynamic collaborative, warning and response system.
INFINITECH (2019-2022) is a joint effort of global leaders in ICT and finance towards lowering the barriers for BigData / IoT/ AI driven innovation.
Humane AI (2019-2020) will develop the scientific foundations and technological breakthroughs needed to shape the ongoing artificial intelligence (AI) revolution.
The project X5GON (2017-2020) will create three services X5oerfeed, X5analytics and X5recommend and run a series of pilot case studies.
Water4Cities (2017-2021) will rely on sensor technologies, data and visual analytics to enable localization, visualization and analysis of urban water.
NAIADES (2019-2022) envisions transforming water sector through automated and smarter water resource management and environmental monitoring.
MEET-CINCH (2017-2020) will develop completely new education and training approaches based on remote teaching and the flipped classroom concept.
They Buy For You
TheyBuyForYou (2018-2021) will deliver the data value chains, enabling technologies, and innovation that are critically needed for this fundamental change to happen.
The main goal of COG-LO (2018-2021) is to create the framework and tools that will add cognition and collaboration features to future logistics processes.
The project ELEXIS (2018-2022) proposes to integrate, extend and harmonize national and regional efforts in the field of lexicography, both modern and historical, with the goal of creating a sustainable infrastructure.
The goal of EnviroLENS project (2019-2020) is to deliver specific environmental governance and enforcement services that will enable immediate and EFFECTIVE environmental MONITORING and ENFORCEMENT.
FIN-TECH project (2019-2020) aims to create a European training programme, aimed at providing shared risk management solutions that automatize compliance of Fintech companies (RegTech).
SILKNOW (2018-2021) aims to produce an intelligent computational system that goes beyond current technologies in order to improve our understanding of European silk heritage.
Perceptive Sentinel (2018-2020) is challenging the current earth observation (EO) exploitation practices by delivering completely new, revolutionary EO ecosystem service.
At the heart of the DataBench project (2018-2021) is the goal to design a benchmarking process helping European organizations developing Big Data Technology to reach for excellence and constantly improve their performance.
The Mentor Train (2018-2021) aims to create a platform for imparting pedagogical skills to mentors, particularly experienced workers from SMEs who may not necessarily have relevant teaching experience.
MicroHE (2017 -2020) aims to provide the most comprehensive policy analysis yet conducted of the impact of modularisation, unbundling and micro-credentialing in European Higher Education.
The aim of the RENOIR project (2016-2019) is to treat the vast complexity of such information dynamics in social systems by involving researchers in social sciences, journalism, computing, data mining and complexity science.
MOVING (2016-2019) is an innovative training platform that enables users from all societal sectors to fundamentally improve their information literacy by training how to use, choose, reflect and evaluate data mining methods in connection with their daily research tasks and to become data-savvy information professionals.
AQUASMART’s objective (2015-2016) is to enhance innovation capacity to the aquaculture sector, by addressing the problem of global knowledge access and data exchanges between aquaculture companies and its related stakeholders.
The main objective of the 3Smart project (2017-2019) is to provide a technological and legislative setup for cross-spanning energy management of buildings, grids and major city infrastructures in the Danube Region.
The objective of the FI-IMPACT Support Action (2014-2016) is to collect and assess the quali-quantitative evidence of the potential socio-economic impact of the Future Internet.
ProaSense’s core goal (2013-2016) is a new class of enterprise systems, proactive enterprises, that will be continuously aware of that what “might happen” in the relevant business context and optimize their behavior to achieve that what “should be the best action”, are emerging nowadays..
The objective of MediaMixer (2012-2014) is to set up and sustain a community of video producers, hosters, and redistributors who will be supported in the adoption of semantic multimedia technology in their systems and workflows to build a European market for media fragment re-purposing and re-selling.
The main goal of MobiS (2012-2015) is to create a new federated, customized and intelligent mobility platform by applying novel Future Internet technologies and Artificial Intelligence methods that will monitor, model and manage the urban mobility complex network of people, objects, natural, social and business environment in real-time.
NRG4Cast (2012-2015) is developing real-time management, analytics and forecasting services for energy distribution networks in urban/rural communities. We are analysing information regarding network topology and devices, energy demand and consumption, environmental data and energy prices data.
The Sophocles project (2012-2015) will contribute to a theory of dynamics of multi level complex systems by developing mathematical and computational formalisms for information processing in such multi level systems. We will develop the formalism in the context of criticality, emergence, and tipping points in multi level systems and apply it to real data.
The aim of transLectures (2011-2014) is to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions to produce accurate transcriptions and translations in VideoLectures, with generality across other Matterhorn-related repositories.
The goal of the X-LIKE project (2012-2014) is to develop technology to monitor and aggregate knowledge that is currently spread across global mainstream and social media, and to enable cross-lingual services for publishers, media monitoring and business intelligence.
RENDER’s (2010-2013) information management solution shall scale to large amounts of data and hundreds of thousands of users, while reflecting on the plurality of points of views and opinions. This is demonstrated by high-profile case studies applying RENDER over real news, blog and data streams that produce millions of data items per day.
The aim of the ALERT project (2010-2013) is to develop methods and tools that improve FLOSS coordination by maintaining awareness of community activities through real-time, personalized, context-aware notification.
Intelligent information management The PlanetData project (2010-2014) aims to establish an interdisciplinary, sustainable European community of researchers, helping organizations to expose their data on the Web PlanetData will push forward the state-of-the-art in large-scale data management and its application to the creation of useful, open data sets.
Building a single EU information space reflecting and supporting the cultural diversity of our continent as an adequate foundation for the multilingual European information and knowledge society is a major challenge. T4ME (2010-2013) shall seek progress by approaching open problems in collaboration with other research fields such as machine learning, social computing, cognitive systems, knowledge technologies and multimedia content.
The ENVISION project (2010-2012) provides an ENVIronmental Services Infrastructure with Ontologies that aims to support non ICT-skilled users in the process of semantic discovery and adaptive chaining and composition of environmental services.
Despite their increasing participation in higher education and research, women are significantly underrepresented in certain disciplines and remarkably few women remain in top jobs in science. Based on analyses and recommendations aimed to improve the situation of women in science, GENDERA (2009-2012) will identify and discuss good practices of gender balance on national and European levels by networking and in workshops.
Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics Creating new technologies in the area of Machine Learning through networking and technology transfer PASCAL2 (2008-2013) builds on the PASCAL Network of Excellence that has created a distributed institute pioneering principled methods of pattern analysis, statistical modelling, and computational learning.
ACTIVE technology aims at increasing the productivity of knowledge workers through tools that leverage hidden factual and procedural knowledge. The project (2008-2011) will advance research and integrate technologies to realise the vision of an integrated and contextualised knowledge workspace, which will result in the ACTIVE Knowledge Workspace.
EURIDICE (2008-2011) is an Integrating project that will create the necessary concepts, technological solutions and business models to establish an information services platform centred on the context of individual cargo items and their interaction with the surrounding environment and the types of users.
The mission of the COIN IP (2008-2011) is to study, design, develop and prototype an open, self-adaptive, generic ICT integrated solution to support the above 2020 vision, starting from notable existing research results in the field of Enterprise Interoperability and Enterprise Collaboration.
The aim of NeOn (2006-2010) is to create the first ever service-oriented, open infrastructure, and associated methodology, to support the development life-cycle of such a new generation of semantic applications, with the overall goal of extending the state of the art with economically viable solutions.
More effective tools to overcome language barriers, in the form of software for machine translation and other cross-lingual textual information access tasks, are in strong demand. SMART is an attempt to address these shortcomings by deploying the methods of modern Statistical Learning (2007-2010).
The main objective of IMAGINATION (2007-2010) is to bring digital cultural and scientific resources closer to their users, by making user interaction image-based and context-aware.
SWING (2006-2009) aims at deploying Semantic Web Service (SWS) technology in the geospatial domain. In particular, we address two major obstacles that must be overcome for SWS technology to be generally adopted, i.e. to reduce the complexity of creating semantic descriptions and to increase the number of semantically described services.
TAO is about how existing “legacy” applications can migrate to open, semantics-based Service-Oriented Architectures. We will create an open source infrastructure to aid transitioning of legacy applications to SOA, via ontologies and refactoring into Semantic Web Services.
The ambition of E4 STREP (2006-2008) 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 project Tool-East (2006-2007) will provide a cost-efficient ERP application for tool and die making workshops on the basis of existing open source ERP applications. Within the project the open source application will be adapted and modified for the specific requirements of this branch.
The objective of the IST WORLD project (2005-2007) 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.
Major overall objective of the WS DEBATE project (2006-2008) 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 lay public interested in scientific developments.
Researchers at the Semantic Knowledge Technologies (SEKT) project (2004-2006) have developed a robust and comprehensive system to identify the content, relevance and quality of information contained on your computer, your local network or the World Wide Web.
The objective of PASCAL (2003-2007) 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 multi-modal interfaces that are capable of natural and seamless interaction with and among individual human users.
The CEC-WYS project (2004-2006) objective is to establish Central European Centre for Women and Youth in Science to promote, mobilise and network women in science in Central Europe and to promote, mobilise and network young people in science in the region, and thus to contribute to increasing gender equality in R&D and to structuring the European Research Area.
European Collaborative networked Organisations LEADership initiative, ECOLEAD (2004-2008), aims to create strong foundations and mechanisms needed to establish the most advanced collaborative and network-based industry society in Europe.
BOOST-IT (2007-2009) gathers into a permanent structure a core group of innovation service providers and small incubator societies, in order to develop a framework (made of services and tools), capable of supporting incubated SMEs through the live-cycle of their own innovation projects.
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