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Research Projects

The European Commission is funding Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) research projects on cloud computing and related software and services.

The total funding in the field cloud computing, software and services reached an amount of 356 million euros (including international cooperation, pre-commercial procurement, running projects budget increases).  341.5 million euros of that amount fell into Objective 1.2 of Framework Programme 7 (ICT).

Information related to our Framework Programme 7 (FP7) calls.

Within the new Framework Programme Horizon 2020 (H2020) the first call related to ICT opened on 11 December 2013, closing date 23 April 2014.

For information related to H2020 calls, please see Horizon 2020 website at http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en , browse through How to get funding and in the Participant Portal under Funding opportunities, the left box : "Calls".

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makeSense: Easy Programming of Integrated Wireless Sensor Networks. Wireless sensor networks are expected to play a critical role in the next computing revolution of cooperating objects and smart embedded devices. However, industry adoption is
Engineering Proprioception in Computing Systems. The EPiCS project aims at laying the foundation for engineering the novel class of pro-prioceptive computing systems. Pro-prioceptive computing systems collect and maintain information about their
TEstbed for Future Internet Services. The flourishing of user drove demand, the heterogeneity of networks, the multiplicity of new devices, all mean that the Internet as we know it is reaching a saturation point. One of the main challenges of Future
Future Internet Research and Experimentation SupporT AcTION. FIRE STATION provides the globally known FIRE (Future Internet Research and Experimentation) Initiative with an active hub that matches, guides and coordinates demand and offering of
SmartSantander. SmartSantander proposes a unique in the world city-scale experimental research facility in support of typical applications and services for a smart city. Tangible results are expected to greatly influence definition and specification