INTERSECT: interoperable material-to-device simulation box for disruptive electronics
Horizon 2020, industrial leadership
January 1, 2019 - January 31, 2022
Big Data, machine learning and quantum computing are making it possible for the European industry to rapidly develop new technologies based on innovative materials and devices.
The EU-funded INTERSECT project supports European leadership in materials modelling software and infrastructure. The goal is to provide industry-ready integrated solutions that are fully compliant with a vision of semantic interoperability driven by standardized ontologies.
BIGG: Building Information aGGregation, harmonization and analytics platform
Horizon 2020, reducing energy consumption and carbon footpint by smart and sustainable use
December 1, 2020 - January 30, 2023
BIGG aims at demonstrating the application of big data technologies and data analytic techniques for the complete buildings life-cycle of more than 4000 buildings in 6 large-scale pilot test-beds in Spain and Greece.
Graphene-based disruptive technologies
H2020, Future and Emerging Technology (FET) Flagship
October 1, 2014 (imec joins) – September 30, 2024
With 170 academic and industrial research groups in 23 countries, the Graphene Flagship is one of the largest European research initiatives ever. The Flagship brings together researchers from academia and industry to take graphene out of a lab environment and into society. Graphene is the first available 2D carbon-based material with a huge potential to support disruptive technologies, both as substitution for existing materials, and in new markets and applications. Through the technology platform that the Flagship provides, this ‘wonder material’ will have a transformational impact on science, technology and society overall.
Federation for FIRE plus
Horizon 2020, Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE)
01 January 2017 – 30 September 2021
The European internet industry is built on experimentally driven research. The project aims to build a European federation of infrastructures that each target a specific domain within the Future Internet ecosystem. By federating these infrastructures, innovative experiments can take place that surpass the boundaries of these domains. The infrastructure will be made available for experimentation by industry and research organizations, through Open Calls and Open Access mechanisms.