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Today, intralogistic services have to respond quickly to changing market needs, unforeseeable trends and shorter product life cycles. These drivers pose new demands on intralogistic systems to be highly flexible, rock-solid reliable, self-optimising, quickly deployable and safe yet efficient in environments shared with humans. ILIAD will enable the transition to automation of intralogistic service ...
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The Role of Universities in Innovation and Regional Development (RUNIN)

Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Aug 31, 2020,

... ontribute to innovation and economic growth in their regions through research seeking to examine how universities fulfill their third mission in relation to regional industry and explore the range of university engagement with regional firms and institutions. The project operationalises the main research question of how universities can contribute to innovation and regional development through fou ...
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In the real world, collision happens at every second - often results in serious accidents and fatalities. For example, there are more than 3560 people died from vehicle collision per day worldwide. On the other sector, autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have demonstrated great potential in serving human society such as delivering goods to households and precision farming, but are restricte ...
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... titative microscopic analysis of altered tissue regions. This project will be driven by knowledge exchange and the expertise of an interdisciplinary team comprised of both early-stage and experienced university and hospital researchers.Complementary research programs, ranging from nanotechnology to molecular medicine and pathology will support each step of the developmental and applicative parts o ...
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Can benefit-sharing address the equity deficit within the green economy? This project aims to investigate benefit-sharing as an under-theorised and little-implemented regulatory approach to the equity concerns (disregard for the special circumstances of developing countries and of indigenous peoples and local communities) in transitioning to the green economy.Although benefit-sharing is increasing ...
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Digital integration in teaching and learning is a necessary step for European schools, especially when it comes to the teaching of History. Actually, despite the majority of European students being native digitals, audiovisual and multimedia sources still represent an unexploited potential for the teaching of History in a European perspective. E-STORY objective is that of enriching teaching of Hi ...
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ENRICHME tackles the progressive decline of cognitive capacity in the ageing population proposing an integrated platform for Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) with a mobile service robot for long-term human monitoring and interaction, which helps the elderly to remain independent and active for longer. The system will contribute and build on recent advances in mobile service robotics and AAL, exploiti ...
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The key aim of University of Lincoln (UoL) ‘LI-GHTS’ festival is making research accessible for everyone, expressed in its LIGHTS acroynm (Lincoln – Get Hold of Tech and Science). LIGHTS Nights will serve a huge hinterland of the Midlands and North/North Eastern England with a dispersed, predominantly rural population including some of the most deprived areas of the UK which are home to large numb ...
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Floor Washing Robot for Professional Users (FLOBOT)

Start date: Jan 1, 2015, End date: Dec 31, 2017,

Industrial, commercial, civil and service premises, such as supermarkets and airports have huge floor surfaces to be cleaned daily and infra-daily.These activities are time demanding in terms of human repetitive activities and take place at sundry times, not necessarily covering a work-shift duration; this depends on the kind of premise and available time slots as well as on the type of organisati ...
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2016, End date: Sep 30, 2017,

This is a higher education student and staff mobility project, please consult the website of the organisation to obtain additional details.
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OnCreate

Start date: Sep 1, 2014, End date: Aug 31, 2017,

... and rely on multimodal means of synchronous and asynchronous communication, with a special focus on visual tools. The highly interdisciplinary “Design Thinking”-process as defined by Stanford University’s d.school will serve as a common design process reference throughout the project. The project is divided in three main phases. The partners will spend the first six months to compile best practise ...
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Description STRANDS aims to enable a robot to achieve robust and intelligent behaviour in human environments through exploitation of long-term experience. The approach is based on understanding 3D space and how it changes over time, from milliseconds to months. The project will develop control mechanisms which yield adaptive behaviour in hig ...
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The importance of below-ground organisms for plant growth, plant community dynamics and ecosystem processes is widely recognised. Among them, arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses are key elements as they mediate plant resource acquisition.The effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on plant fitness have been extensively studied in sexually monomorphic plants, but plant populations with separate sexes ...
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"Retinal Vascular Modeling, Measurement and Diagnosis" (REVAMMAD)

Start date: Apr 1, 2013, End date: Mar 31, 2017,

"The REtinal VAscular Modeling, Measurement And Diagnosis (REVAMMAD) project will train a new generation of scientists able to effectively translate the latest vascular modeling theory and computerized image analysis techniques into effective interventions for some of the most important chronic medic conditions afflicting the EU, including hypertension and diabetes. It will particularly ensure tha ...
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"The number of road traffic accident fatalities world wide has recently reached 1.3 million each year, with between 20 and 50 million injuries being caused by road accidents. In theory, all accidents can be avoided. Studies showed that more than 90% road accidents are caused by or related to human error. Developing an efficient system that can detect hazardous situations robustly is the key to red ...
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ECO-FCE’s objective is to firstly understand the interactions within the monogastric biological system which create diversity, optimise feed use efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, nitrogen and phosphorus excretion, whilst not adversely affecting animal health, welfare or product quality. Secondly, ECO-FCE will develop industry-ready tools which will facilitate the selection of breedin ...
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: Sep 30, 2016,

This is a higher education student and staff mobility project, please consult the website of the organisation to obtain additional details.
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: Sep 30, 2016,

This is a higher education student and staff mobility project, please consult the website of the organisation to obtain additional details.
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"To be able to detected collision efficiently is of vital importance for the survival of animals that are migrating at speed, especially for those flying in dense swarms like locusts. Vision plays a critical role in collision detection for most animal species in a dynamic world. It is expected that in future, many human made machines, such like ground vehicles, mobile robots, and unmanned aerial v ...
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Clinical tRials fOr elderly patients with MultiplE Disease (CHROMED)

Start date: Oct 1, 2012, End date: Mar 31, 2016,

"The objective of CHROMED project is to evaluate the impact of adopting a health and lifestyle status management system to support elderly patients with a combination of chronic diseases involving respiratory and cardiovascular systems. A large scale clinical trial will be implemented to develop and evaluate clinical protocols and organizational models based on the new technologies in order to imp ...
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Owing to the highly fragmented health systems in European countries, gaining access to a consistent record of individual citizens that involves cross-border activities is very difficult. MyHealthAvatar is an attempt at a proof of concept for the digital representation of patient health status. It is designed as a lifetime companion for individual citizens that will facilitate the collection of, an ...
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2014, End date: Sep 30, 2015,

This year?s project was the first under the new Erasmus+ programme, and came in at a time when the previous Institutional Coordinator was relinquishing his role to another member of University staff new to Erasmus. No clear objectives other than to maintain current numbers had been set for 2014/2015, but the new Institutional Coordinator has been tasked with growing the number of active Erasmus+ ...
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Building Academic Freedom And Democracy In Africa (BAFADIA)

Start date: Sep 2, 2013, End date: Sep 1, 2015,

... at institutional, rather than subject, level this project will generate greater intercontinental collaboration across a wide range of academic disciplines, via increases in the number of EU-African university collaborations.
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Safeguarding Academic Freedom in Europe (SAFE)

Start date: Sep 2, 2013, End date: Sep 1, 2015,

... knowledge economy: academic freedom. Universities are vital elements in the construction of a European knowledge economy, while academic freedom is considered essential to the proper functioning of a University and is recognised by international bodies such as UNESCO as a barometer of other more fundamental human rights, like freedom of speech. This research is a synthesis of the constitutional an ...
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Building a Visual Brain for Fast Human Machine Interaction (EYE2E)

Start date: Aug 1, 2011, End date: Jul 31, 2015,

Effective computer vision is a major research challenge. Vision plays a critical role in the interaction of most animal species with a dynamic world, and even relatively low order animals have remarkable visual processing capabilities. However, much research in neural vision has been based upon general computing systems, whereas the powerful parallel computing capacity of visual neural systems can ...
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Multibody Advanced Airship for Transport (MAAT)

Start date: Sep 1, 2011, End date: Feb 28, 2015,

"The MAAT project aims to investigate aerial transportation possibility by airship based cruiser-feeder system. MAAT is composed by tree modules :- the cruiser, named PTAH, (acronym of Photovoltaic Transport Aerial High altitude system);- the feeder, named ATEN (Aerial Transport Elevator Network feeder), is a VTOL system (Vertical Take Off and Landing) which ensure the connection ...
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Aerial Coanda High Efficiency Orienting-jet Nozzle (ACHEON)

Start date: Dec 1, 2012, End date: Nov 30, 2014,

The ACHEON project explores a novel propulsive system for aircrafts which overcome the main limitations of traditional systems introducing an effective and affordable vectored jet aerial propulsion with no part in move-ment. The project aims to overcome well known limits related to commonly known jet deflection system.The ACHEON system is based on the cumulated effects of three physical effects:1. ...
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The proposed integrating project LOWINPUTBREEDS aims to develop integrated LIVESTOCK BREEDING and MANAGEMENT strategies to improve ANIMAL HEALTH, product QUALITY and PERFORMANCE in European organic and ‘low input’ milk, meat and egg production through research, dissemination and training activities. The consortium includes 11 academic centres of excellence and 6 genetics/breeding companies (4 SMEs ...
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Science and mathematics education is important for Europe. Creativity and innovation are equally recognised as important, and their strengthening in and through education as a vital priority. Importantly, also, creativity holds a strong position in early childhood. The Creative Little Scientists project constitutes a timely contribution to a better understanding, at the European level, of the pote ...
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Development of accurate identification tools for plant pathogens and pests is vital to support European Plant Health Policies. For this project Council Directive 2000/29/EC is important, listing some 275 organisms for which protective measures against introduction into and their spread within the Community needs to be taken. Those threats are now greater than ever because of the increases in the v ...
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Enhancements of Pest Risk Analysis Techniques (PRATIQUE)

Start date: Mar 1, 2008, End date: May 31, 2011,

"PRATIQUE (Enhancements of Pest Risk Analysis Techniques) will carry out all the key work listed in the call and address the major challenges for pest risk analysis (PRA) in Europe. This will be achieved through three principal objectives: to assemble the datasets required to construct effective PRAs valid for the whole of the EU, to conduct multi-disciplinary research that enhances the techniques ...
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STORM is a multilingual PT-PL-UK project,aiming to co-produce a site-specific performance,accompanied by a website and a multimedia DVD.The project reconstructs the language of this classical play, by manipulation of specific spaces through various vocabularies of actors' bodies.Vivid intercultural dialogue acts as a constitutive part for the whole project,where movement of diverse ideas across th ...
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... mental health and social care service providers and representative organisations within the field from across Europe. The partners are: Waterford Institute of Technology, (Ireland); King’s College, University of London (UK); Karl Franzens Univertsity, Graz (Austria); ScuolaUniversitariaProfessionale della Svizzera Italian (Switzerland); European Association of Service Providers for People with Dis ...
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... safe and effective use as an aid to independent mobility.The group of partners consisted of Guide Dogs for the Blind,UK who have been providing a high quality service for more than 75 years, Lincoln University who assisted in the development of the course used by Guide Dogs UK and have considerable expertise in animal behavioural psychology, The European Standards Agency (CEN) and a group of five ...
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No place in the world is immune from disasters: earthquakes, floods, extreme weather,industrial accidents, terrorist attacks, epidemics. The key to reducing mortality anddamage is advance planning. Those at risk need to learn how to react to specific events(e.g. earthquakes). And to do this they also need "soft skills": communication andunderstanding of information under conditions of stress, prob ...
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To increase exchange of informations and common knowledge between surgeon department of different universities The specific objectives are: "• Development of BA and MA curricula in social work in line with Bolognarequirements by August 2009• Modernisation of courses and teaching methods at Russian partners by July 2010.• Development of social work courses for professionals and beginners by July 20 ...
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The project aims at helping trainers to cope with bullying at school (as a very important aspect in students’ performance) by means of two key phases: gather and analyse good practices; propose a training methodology to train trainers. The main objective of this methodology is to provide the base for the development of a training curriculum that, adapted to the different training characteristics ( ...
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http://www.erasmusmundus-nessie.org/Project objective:NESSIE project aims at fostering structured cooperation between European and thirdindustrialized country’s higher education institutions through the promotion of mobility fordoctoral candidates, researchers, academic and administrative staff in the area of Sciencesand Technology. The core subject of NESSIE project is dealing with Earth-Friendly ...
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