R&D Projects

Number of projects: 189


completed

  • SYNAISTHISI - Intelligent Networks for Data Collection and Processing for Energy Conservation

    The purpose of the "SYNAISTHISI" project is to research and build a system that can seamlessly integrate heterogeneous sensor, processing and actuator networks and provide a flexible yet extendable service layer that can translate such networks (devices, sensors, machines, humans, etc.) into reusable service components that are easily “weaved” into applications. For the scope of this project several application scenarios have been identified.

    NSRF / ΕΣΠΑ (ΕΠΑΝ ΙΙ)
  • PREPARE - Innovative integrative tools and platforms to be prepared for radiological emergencies and post-accident response in Europe

    This project aims to close gaps that have been identified in nuclear and radiological preparedness following the first evaluation of the Fukushima disaster. It addresses the call Fission-2010-3.3.1: Update of emergency management and rehabilitation strategies and expertise in Europe.

    FP7-EURATOM
  • POSCON - Positive Online Content and Services for Children in Europe

    With more and more children being online at a young age, concepts and ways to accompany and support them in their first and further steps on the internet are needed more than ever. One important keyword here is positive content and services – websites, online content, online environments and increasingly also apps where children can easily and safely enjoy the internet and mobile devices. This issue has been addressed on several levels before – on national level with initiatives bringing forward the production and promotion of positive content, and on European level e.g.

    SAFER INTERNET
  • CLARIN-EL - CLARIN ATTIKI - Support and development of Greek partners for the participation in the European Research Infrastructure Consortia

    CLARIN-EL aims at:
    • designing and implementing the Research Infrastructure (creation of software for the storage and disposal of Language Resources and Technologies, conversion of Language Resources and Technologies aimed at interoperability, description / documentation of Language Resources and Technologies according to the agreed metadata schema, list of available Language Resources and Technologies etc.), by adopting international standards and best practices geared towards interoperability of resources and tools

  • C2LEARN - Creative Emotional Reasoning Computational Tools Fostering Co-Creativity in Learning Processes

    The C2Learn project aims to introduce an innovative digital gaming and social networking environment incorporating diverse tools, the use of which can foster co-creativity in learning processes in the context of both formal and informal educational settings.

    FP7-ICT
  • SEMAGROW - Data intensive techniques to boost the real-time performance of global agricultural data infrastructures

    As the trend to open up data and provide them freely on the Internet intensifies, the opportunities to create added value by combining and cross-indexing heterogeneous data at a large scale increase. To seize these opportunities we need infrastructure that is not only efficient, real-time responsive and scalable but is also flexible and robust enough to welcome data in any schema and form and to transparently relegate and translate queries from a unifying end-point to the multitude of data services that make up the open data cloud.

    FP7-ICT
  • BioASQ - A challenge on large-scale biomedical semantic indexing and question answering

    BioASQ will push for a solution to the information access problem of biomedical experts by setting up a challenge on biomedical semantic indexing and question answering (QA). Biomedical knowledge is dispersed in hundreds of heterogeneous knowledge sources and databases; many of them are connected on the Linked Open Data cloud. Biomedical experts, on the other hand, are in constant need of highly specialized information, which they cannot easily obtain. To address their needs, an information system needs to "understand'' the data and answer efficiently the experts' questions.

    FP7-ICT
  • HIPOW - Protection of Critical Infrastructure against High Power Microwave Threats

    The main objective of HIPOW is to improve the current European situation regarding awareness of NNEMP/HPM threats and the adequacy of protection of critical infrastructures against the threat by demonstrating to policy makers the seriousness of the deficiencies regarding the current situation, defining and topic “SEC-2011.2.2-2: Protection of Critical Infrastructures (structures, platforms and networks) against Electromagnetic Attacks”. Recommendations derived from HIPOW will be compatible with existing techniques and standards already used for other threats, for example lightning.

    FP7-SECURITY-Call4
  • HIT-GATE - Heterogeneous Interoperable Transportable GATEway for First-Responders

    The need: Public Safety (PS) bodies & First Responders (FR) often employ heterogeneous communication technologies e.g. Analogue Personal Mobile Radio (PMR), TETRA, WIMAX etc. As of this constraint, FR units from different bodies cannot interconnect at the site of the accident when a complex crisis calls for cooperative actions (e.g. fire accident on a vessel inside the port ). The same constraint applies in case of cross-border crisis e.g. forest mega-fires.

    FP7-SECURITY-Call4
  • PACT - Public perception of security and privacy: Assessing knowledge, Collecting evidence, Translating research into action

    PACT is a 36 month collaborative project, which aims 1) to assess existing knowledge about the relation between security and privacy and the role played by trust and concern; 2) to collect empirical evidence through a panEuropean survey on the public perception of the relation between privacy, fundamental rights, and security; 3) to analyze the main factors that affect public assessment of the security and privacy implications of given security technology.

    FP7-SECURITY-Call4

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