Scientific Projects

1 Mar 2008– 29 Feb 2012

S-Cube, the Software Services and Systems Network, aims to establish an integrated, multidisciplinary, vibrant research community which enables Europe to lead the software-services revolution, thereby helping shape the software-service based Internet which is the backbone of our future interactive society.

An integration of research expertise and an intense collaboration of researchers in the field of software services and systems are needed to address the following key problems:

1 Jan 2008– 31 Dec 2009

The targets of the project are user communities that require large computing power not available or accessible in current scientific e-Infrastructures. In order to support the specific needs of these scientific and other communities The consortium will interconnect the largest European Service Grid infrastructure (EGEE) with existing Desktop Grid (DG) systems in a strong partnership with the EGEE consortium.

1 Jan 2008– 31 Dec 2012

S-Cube, the Software Services and Systems Network, will establish an integrated, multidisciplinary, vibrant research community which will enable Europe to lead the software-services revolution, thereby helping shape the software-service based Internet which is the backbone of our future interactive society.

An integration of research expertise and an intense collaboration of researchers in the field of software services and systems are needed to address the following key problems:

1 Dec 2007– 28 Feb 2010

The aim of the Innovative eLearning Tool for Quality Training Material in VET (IQTool) project is to develop an open source software tool integrated in LMS(s), which is suitable to assess the teaching quality management of eLearning training programs and training materials for supporting the application of the quality measurement tool for institutions dealing with vocational training and which therefore can promote the establishment and development of quality culture. The project implementation integrates testing of software and pilot training of the training material as well.

1 Jan 2007– 31 Dec 2009

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1 Jan 2007– 31 Dec 2013

JUMAS (Judicial Management by Digital Libriaries Semantics) is a European project funded by the ICT programme within the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development activities of the European Commisson for the period from 2007 to 2013. JUMAS addresses the need to supply the users with effective tools for managing multimedia libraries, such as criminal trial proceedings. New models and techniques for extracting and representing the embedded semantics derived from multiple data sources will be developed.

1 Oct 2006– 30 Sep 2010

Coordinated by Continental AG the consortium of major European car manufacturers, suppliers, research institutions, and academia addresses a vehicle system that promises maximum impact and reward regarding the transferability to other parts of the vehicle and that can be achieved within the 4 years of duration of the project:

1 Sep 2006– 31 Dec 2009

Because of its apparent strengths in distributing resources, and coordinating their activities towards an overall objective, grid computing has a high potential to contribute substantially to the competitiveness of commercial and non-commercial organizations. Most current Grid solutions, however, are still not able to sufficiently achieve this aim because grid technologies still lack the capability to cope with important challenges enterprises are faced today.

1 Jun 2006– 31 Oct 2007

The goal of the project

Freesoft Plc. has made considerable efforts to make the quality of its products and services better via the developments that are to be realized through R&D project results. Its Contentum content management product, which is a market leader in the field of file and document management systems used in public administration in Hungary, aims to support the better management of search and retrieval functions of these systems and to reduce the high costs of digitizing.

1 Jan – 31 Dec

The main objective of the program is to establish the network of resource centers of education and experts - the New Media Knowledge Villages - for integrated digital TV and web developments that are based on the "TV anywhere-anytime" model. The convergence of the internet and broadcasting offers the opportunity of developing new values and new, high quality content within the area of education services. The project exploits the training opportunity that is offered by the integration of the internet and digital TV.