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Current European Projects

  • FabSpace 2.0 FabSpace 2.0 is the open-innovation network for geodata-driven innovation – by leveraging Space data in particular, in Universities 2.0. Its Work programme topic addressed INSO-4-2015: Innovative schemes for open innovation and science 2.0 b) Academia- Business/Public/CSO knowledge co-creation Coordination and support action.

    The FabSpace 2.0 project aims at making universities open innovation centres for their region and improving their contribution to the socio-economic and environmental performance of societies. To achieve these general objectives, the FabSpace 2.0 project offers to concentrate on one research area with high expected socio-economic impact: data-driven innovation, with a particular attention to Earth observation data.

    In the six European regions covered by the consortium, partner universities work together with co-located Business Incubation Centres of the European Space Agency (ESA BICs). ESA BICs aim at inspiring entrepreneurs to turn space-connected business ideas into commercial companies, and provide technical expertise and business-development support. This consortium, completed by TerraNIS – the French company that operates the European Group of Enterprises for a Network of Information Using Space (EUGENIUS) – and IDGEO – provisioning continuous trainings in Geomatics – and the European Business Network (EBN), will be a key success factor for the project.

  • VINEYARD: Versatile Integrated Accelerator-based Heterogeneous Data Centres VINEYARD aims to develop an integrated platform for energy-efficient data centres based on new servers with novel, coarse-grain and fine-grain, programmable hardware accelerators. It will, also, build a high-level programming framework for allowing end-users to seamlessly utilize these accelerators in heterogeneous computing systems by using typical data-centre programming frameworks (e.g. Storm, Spark, etc.).

  • HARPA: Harnessing Performance Variability The goal of HARPA is to enable next-generation embedded and high-performance heterogeneous many-cores to cost-effectively confront variations by providing Dependable-Performance: correct functionality and timing guarantees throughout the expected lifetime of a platform under thermal, power, and energy constraints. The HARPA solution employs a cross-layer approach. A middleware implements a control engine that steers software/hardware knobs based on information from strategically dispersed monitors. This engine relies on technology models to identify/exploit various types of platform slack - performance, power/energy, thermal, lifetime, and structural (hardware) - to restore timing guarantees and ensure the expected lifetime amidst time-dependent variations.

  • SWAN iCare SWAN-iCare is an ambitious project aimed at developing an integrated autonomous device for the monitoring and the personalized management of chronic wounds, mainly diabetic foot ulcers and venous leg ulcers. Most foot and leg ulcers are caused by diabetes and vascular problems respectively but a remarkable number of them are also due to the co-morbidity influence of many other diseases (e.g. kidney disease, congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, inflammatory Bowel disease).

  • TOISE: Trusted Computing for European Embedded Systems”

  • SEXTANT: CCN1 to Sparing Robotics Technologies For Autonomous Navigation, Partners: GMV, Spain, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, Foundation For Research And Technology - Hellas (FORTH)

  • 2PARMA: PARallel PAradigms and Run-time MAnagement techniques for Many-core Architectures”, STREP FP7-ICT-2009.3.6-4, Objective ICT-2009.3.6: Computing Systems, Partners: Politecnico di Milano, POLIMI, Italy (Project Coordinator Prf. Cristina Silvano), STMicroelectronics, STM, Italy, Fraunhofer Institut for Telcommunications / Heinrich-Hertz Institut, HHI, Germany, Interuniversitair Micro-Electronica Centrum vzw, IMEC, Belgium, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, ICCS, Greece, RWTH Aachen University, RWTH, Germany, CoWare, Belgium. Ranked as 1st proposal of 40 submitted projects (1/1/2010-31/12/2012)

  • SPARTAN: SParing Robotics Techonologies for Autonomous Navigation, Partners: GMV, Spain, Democritus University of Thrace (DUT), Greece, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, Trasys, Belgium and CNES, France.

  • NexGenMiliWave, in terms of "Hellenic Technology Clusters in Microelectronics - Phase-2" (1/6/2009-31/5/2012)

  • SYSMANTIC: Systematic Design of 3D Multicore Architectures with Network-on-Chip Communication, with Frederick Research Center (FRC), Cyprus (1/1/2009-31/12/2011)

Finished European Projects

  • MNEMEE:Memory management technology for adaptive and efficient design of embedded systems,” 7th IST Framework, No. 216224, STREP, Objective: ICT-2007.3.3: Embedded Systems Design, Project Coordinator:Dr. Peter Leemans, IMEC, Belgium, Partners: NTUA – Greece, Technical University of Eindhoven - The Netherlands, Informatik Centrum Dortmund e.V. – Germany, INTRACOM – Greece, and THALES Communications – France. (1/1/2008 - 31/12/2010)
  • MOSART: Mapping Optimisation for Scalable multi-core ARchiTecture,” 7th IST Framework, STREP, Objective: ICT-2007.3.4 Computing systems a) Novel architectures for multi-core computing systems, Project Coordinator Bernard Candaele, Thales, France, Partners: NTUA – Greece, KTH – Sweden, IMEC – Belgium, VTT – Finland, Intracom – Greece, Coware – Germany, Arteris – France. (1/1/2008 - 31/12/2010).
  • AMDREL: "Architectures and Methodologies for Dynamic REconfigurable Logic" IST-2001-34379, funded by European Commission in context of  5th Framework. (1/3/2002 -- 28/2/2005) (Awarded in VLSI 2005 and ASP-DAC 05)

  • EASY: Energy-Aware SYstem-on-Chip design of the HIPERLAN/2 standard” IST-2000-30093 funded by European Commission in context of  5th Framework. (1/9/2001-31/8/2004).

  • "STY.SI.S: Stabiliser Integrated System” FUSE2, ESPRIT IV, funded by European Union (6/1999-1/2000).

  •  “FUSE: First Users Action” ESPRIT III, funded by European Union, (1/1996-4/1998).

  •  “LPGD: A low-power design methodology/flow and its application to the implementation of a DCS1800-GSM/DECT Modulator-Demodulator” ESPRIT IV, funded by European Union(11/97 - 10/99). (Awarded by Intel and IBM).

  • "Behavioral Synthesis, Partitioning and Architectural Optimisation for the Complex Systems on Silicon (ASCIS)", Basic Research Action 3281, European Union ESPRIT II (6/89 - 2/92).

Finished National Funded Projects

  • "DIAS: Baseband System Development for Modulation and Demodulation in Outdoor Wideband Wireless Networks", funded
    by General Secretariat of Research and Technology, (1/9/2004-28/2/2007).

  • “Wireless Services in System-on-Silicon” funded by the Greek Ministry of Industry, Energy and Technology” PEPER-GGET.

  • "Microcontroller-based design of  HDLC protocol" funded by
    INTRACOM (1/10/2001-1/3/2002).

  • “Memory Management Methodology for Real-Time and Low Power Embedded Multimedia Systems,” funded by the Greek Ministry of Industry, Energy and Technology, (1/2/2000-31/7/2001).

  • "Development of Microelectronics Technology in Northern Greece” co-funded by EU and Greek Government (6/98-12/99).

  • "Development of Microelectronics Technology in Northern Greece” co-funded by EU and Greek Government (6/98-12/99).

  • VLSI-Net: A Network for Diffusion of knowledge on VLSI Design”, funded by the Greek Ministry of Industry, Energy and Technology, (1/96 - 4/98).

  • “Ethno-Net: A Network for Diffusion of knowledge on Ethnographic Objects”, funded by the Greek Ministry of Industry, Energy and Technology, (1/96 - 4/98).

  • Design of Optimal Arithmetic Processors for Multimedia Applications” (PENED) funded by the Greek Ministry of Industry, Energy and Technology, (5/96-4/98).

  • "Hellenic VLSI Design and Prototyping Environment (HVLSI-DPE)" STRIDE” (1/1992 - 12/1994)

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