R&D Projects

Number of projects: 189


  • PRIMETECH - Promoting Technology enhanced Teaching in Primary Schools

    Net Media Lab of N.C.S.R. «Demokritos» participates in the Erasmus+ School Project “PRIMETECH: Promoting Technology enhanced Teaching in Primary Schools”

  • Code@Youth - Code and Youth: An Innovative Programme in the Digital Era

    The CODE@YOUTH project aims to develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive challenging summer coding programme that will focus on introducing young people (13-17 yrs) to the world of coding and computing, by using in a constructive way teenagers’ long summer vacations, in order to teach them in a creative way how to code and to present them, through first-hand experience (visits) the spectrum of fields they can follow to study and later on work in the digital area.

  • E-Challenge - Summer E-Challenge: Acquiring Soft & Digital Skills Through Non-Formal Free-Time Practices

    According to the 2015 Eurydice Report the average summer holidays in Portugal, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Greece is about 11-13 weeks. Could this non-working be utilized in a useful and productive way so that young people can acquire skills and competences that are not highly promoted in formal education? Non-formal learning has been acknowledged widely in the last decade proving unique opportunity to involve young people in activities on a voluntary basis.

  • e-Women - Innovation and Employability for Women

    The project “Innovation and Employability for Women (e-Women) is financed by the Financial Mechanism (XM) of the European Economic Area (EEA) Period 2009-2014, controlled by the General Secretariat for Research and Technology (Project Code: EEA GR07 / 3889, SAE "013/8") and implementation period from January 2016 to March 2017.

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • MaTHiSiS - Managing Affective-learning THrough Intelligent atoms and Smart InteractionS

    MaTHiSiS (Managing Affective-learning THrough Intelligent atoms and Smart InteractionS) is a H2020 project under the topic ICT-20-2015 Technologies for better human learning and teaching with a total cost of €7.618.584.

  • Hellenic CISE - Hellenic Common Information Sharing Environment

    The Hellenic CISE project is one of the parallel national projects with the scope to improve and enhance the interoperability among the several maritime authorities in each Member State. It is part of the European roadmap towards a Common Information Sharing Environment for maritime surveillance.
    The Hellenic Ministry of Defense, the Hellenic Coast Guard and NCSR Demokritos are working together to deliver an integrated national maritime surveillance environment with enhancedcross-sector and cross border information exchange capabilities.

  • datACRON - Big Data Analytics for Time Critical Mobility Forecasting

    datACRON is a research and innovation collaborative project introducing novel methods for threat and abnormal activity detection in very large fleets of moving entities spread across large geographical areas.

  • HOBBIT - Holistic Benchmarking of Big Linked Data

    Linked Data has gained significant momentum over the last years. It is now used at industrial scale in many sectors in which an increasingly large amount of rapidly changing data needs to be processed. HOBBIT is an ambitious project that aims to push the development of Big Linked Data (BLD) processing solutions by providing a family of industry-relevant benchmarks for the BLD value chain through a generic evaluation platform. We aim to make open deterministic benchmarks available to test the performance of existing systems and push the development of innovative industry-relevant solutions.

  • OPALESCE - Online Portal and Active Learning System for Senior Citizens in Europe

    The goal of the project is to create a learning system focused on senior citizens that runs on mobile devices and downloads open learning content from an online platform. The system will integrate different media formats and interactivity into an innovative “micro unit” format suited even for small screen devices such as smartphones and easy enough to be used intuitively.

    The OPALESCE project is a Strategic Partnership project in the framework of Erasmus+. 5 partners from 4 countries participate (Greece, Germany, Portugal and Cyprus):

  • CHARISMA - Converged Heterogeneous Advanced 5G Cloud-RAN Architecture for Intelligent and Secure Media Access

    CHARISMA proposes an intelligent hierarchical routing and paravirtualised architecture that unites two important concepts: devolved offload with shortest path nearest to end-users and an end-to-end security service chain via virtualized open access physical layer security (PLS). The CHARISMA architecture meets the goals of low-latency (<1ms) and security required for future converged wireless/wireline advanced 5G networking.


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