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Published on: 23-April-2013 The ITEA community is of the utmost importance; ITEA is created by them and for them. To keep in close contact after the launch of our read more]
The Network of Excellence on Engineering Secure Future Internet Software Services and Systems (NESSoS) is an EC co-funded project that aims at constituting and integrating a long lasting research community on engineering secure software-based services and systems. The new roadmap and research agenda was published in February 2013. It also contains recommendations on the main research issues to tackle, including the focus on eHealth systems that consider security and privacy by design as foundational aspects. [read more]
Published on: 23-April-2013 A total of 18 projects were labelled in Call 7, addressing a wide range of topics. The impressive figures of 23 FPPs comprising a little over 3000 person years (PY) and involving 22 different count (...) [read more]
First of all, we have to have the ability of sharing, this is really important, so, the ability of sharing will maybe help us to innovate, to be creative, to face this crisis. [read more]
Each year, twice as many people die in Europe from hospital acquired infections than from road accidents. These infectious diseases have developed antibiotic resistance and spread despite the best efforts of staff, mainly through textiles like bed linen. But the technology developed by a European research project helps fight back against the so-called superbugs, by using a revolutionary nanotechnology to treat bed linen and other textiles. [read more]
Harnessing the wind's energy is the objective of a new project, which aims to provide an important breakthrough in offshore wind industrial solutions. The EU-funded project, called SUPRAPOWER, is working on a more powerful, reliable and lightweight superconducting offshore wind turbine. The four-year project has the expertise of nine European partners from industry and science under the coordination of Tecnalia in Spain. Quality validation date: 2013-04-23 [read more]
Published on: 23-April-2013 Ahead of the 4th edition of Korea EUREKA Day we are publishing a series of news on Korean R&D, its innovation strategy and involvement in EUREKA.&nbs (...) [read more]
The young ambassadors will contribute to the event in different roles: Session reporters will be following selected conference sessions and write summaries of the highlights, which will be published on the blog; Conference highlighters will follow the conference and report online; Exhibition watchers will highlight the most attractive exhibits; Social media managers will help to coordinate the information and content produced by different ambassadors. Deadline Wednesday 5th June 2013, 16:00 CET. [read more]
Individual students or small groups (max 5) can submit ICT research projects to showcase at the ICT 2013 event in Vilnius. The projects can be submited in 8 categories, which reflect the orientations of the ICT research in the next European research framework programme, Horizon 2020. Deadline Wednesday 5th June 2013, 16:00 CET. [read more]
The latest advances made by an EU-funded team of researchers to marry the Web and TV demonstrate how technology convergence is making our lives so much easier. The NOTUBE ('Networks and ontologies for the transformation and unification of broadcasting and the Internet') project has developed solutions which convert the humble TV into a personalised, interactive experience. It used to be that we turned on the TV and had no choice but to watch a specific show at a specific time. Quality validation date: 2013-04-22 [read more]