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The 1st Issue of INCENTIVE Newsletter Is Online!

The 1st newsletter of INCENTIVE offers a comprehensive overview of all the key events and outcomes of the 1st semester of the project. Moreover, the newsletter provides information and teasers about the project’s upcoming activities, as well as about key external events, that are of interest to not only the community of INCENTIVE but the …

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RESET

Redesigning Equality and Scientific Excellence Together (RESET) involves seven large multidisciplinary universities from all over Europe, including two “Widening countries”, all distinguished as excellent institutions (labels, clusters, programmes). RESET will address the challenge of Gender Equality in Research Institutions in a diversity perspective, with the objective to design and implement a user-centered, impact-driven and inclusive …

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Incentive

INCENTIVE

Europe’s Research Performing and Funding Organisations (RPFOs) have a crucial role to play as agents of institutional change towards firmly grounding Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in their regions. The successful fulfilment of this challenging yet highly significant role calls for the values of RRI to be well-embedded into their governance as well as their …

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EUROCC

EUROCC

The EuroCC activity will bring together the necessary expertise to set up a network of National Competence Centres in HPC across Europe in 31 participating, member and associated states, to provide a broad service portfolio tailored to the respective national needs of industry, academia and public administrations. All of this to support and increase strongly …

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ClinApp

ClinApp

One of the most important parts of patient satisfaction in the health sector, based on general knowledge, is accessibility. Accessibility consists of a set of factors that describe the effort needed from a patient as well as the procedures a patient needs to complete, in order to receive health services from an organization. Some of …

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HEART - Hardware-enabled Energy Analytics in Real Time

HEART

 In the context of this project, development of the HEART system, which exploits and develops state-of-the-art technologies that combine developments in the area of ​”smart” devices with big data, and the Internet of Things, is proposed. The subject of interest is the in-depth understanding of energy consumption in residential environments and either limiting it for …

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RAINBOW: An open, trusted and secure fog computing platform

RAINBOW

The vision of RAINBOW is to design and develop an open and trusted fog computing platform that facilitates the deployment and management of scalable, heterogeneous and secure IoT services and cross-cloud applications (i.e, microservices). RAINBOW falls within the bigger vision of delivering a platform enabling users to remotely control the infrastructure that is running, potentially, …

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LifeChamps: A Collective Intelligent Platform to Support Cancer Champions

LifeChamps

Geriatric oncology, concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in the elderly, is an important subtopic. Improving outcomes hinges on many different factors, including the quality of services received. The EU-funded LifeChamps project aims to provide support to middle aged and older (pre-frail and frail) cancer patients. It has developed a big data-driven solution …

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