R&D Projects

Number of projects: 189


ongoing

  • MAGELLAN - MAGnetoELectric materials in reconfigurabLe ANtennas

    The aim of the "MAGELLAN" project is the development of innovative magnetoelectric materials that will be used in manufacturing of antennas able to control and adapt some of their characteristics, as for example their polarization. The work is organized in five technical workpackages. Key point of the project is the synergy between Materials Science and Antenna Technology aiming at the optimization of the functionality of telecommunications antennas.

    NSRF / ΕΣΠΑ - ΕΠΕΔΒΜ ("ΘΑΛΗΣ")
  • DOGANA - aDvanced sOcial enGineering And vulNerability Assessment framework

    Latest insights into security breaches reveal that most of the security incidents include the human element as a major component of their attacks: about 90% of the attacks include several enabling steps in the attack belonging to the area of Social Engineering (SE) [Ref.26].

    H2020

grant agreement to be signed

  • AI4EU - A European AI On Demand Platform and Ecosystem

    AI4EU will efficiently build a comprehensive European AI-on-demand platform to lower barriers to innovation, to boost technology transfer and catalyse the growth of start-ups and SMEs in all sectors through Open calls and other actions. The platform will act as a broker, developer and one-stop shop providing and showcasing services, expertise, algorithms, software frameworks, development tools, components, modules, data, computing resources, prototyping functions and access to funding. Training will

    H2020
  • IS-ENES3 - Infrastructure for the European Network for Earth System modelling - Phase 3

    IS-ENES3 will deliver the third phase of the distributed e-infrastructure of the European Network for Earth System Modelling (ENES). IS-ENES3 will stimulate collaboration, disseminate software and data, and further integrate the European climate science community. It will be delivered by partners combining expertise in climate modelling, computational science, data management, climate impacts and climate services, with proven ability to increase the influence of European science internationally.

    H2020
  • INFORE - Interactive Extreme-Scale Analytics and Forecasting

    At an increasing rate, industrial and scientific institutions need to deal with massive data flows streaming in from a multitude of sources.

    H2020
  • ExtremeEarth - From Copernicus Big Data to Extreme Earth Analytics.

    Copernicus is the European program for monitoring the Earth. The geospatial data produced by the Sentinel satellites puts Copernicus at the forefront of the Big Data paradigm, giving rise to all the relevant challenges: volume, velocity, variety, veracity and value. ExtremeEarth concentrates on developing the technologies that will make Europe a pioneer in the area of Extreme Earth Analytics i.e., the Remote Sensing and Artificial Intelligence techniques that are needed for extracting information and knowledge out of the petabytes of Copernicus data.

    H2020
  • DataStories - Google DNI

    Data plays a critical role in the validation of facts and finding new stories - provided that data can be easily analysed and understood. Getting the “gist” of a data source and quickly finding out what questions can be answered, is still a challenge. DataStories seeks to provide a solution that will equip journalists with skills required for data journalism, enabling them to analyse flows of data and bring sense and structure to it.

    Google DNI
  • ATLAS - UxV-bAsed OpporTunistic Networks FaciLitating Connectivity in Remote AreaS

    In response to the 2nd Open Call of

    RAWFIE ("Road-, Air- and Water- based Future Internet Experimentation", grant #645220 in the HORIZON2020 programme, www.rawfie.eu).

    H2020
  • ESTIA - Disaster Management Platform for Cultural Heritage Sites EPAnEK (Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation)

completed

  • OpJ - Open Journalism

    Fake news emerges as an important problem for journalism and democracy, building on the growing loss of confidence in media. A potential solution could be to create more and better evidence-based stories that are supported by open data and readers can directly refer to original sources.

    Google DNI

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