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José S. Câmara, Professor with Habilitation; University of Madeira

Interested in: Leading a project, Joining a project

Submitted by: George Angelos Papadopoulos, 06/03/2022
Over the past few years, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has developed enormously and is now an essential enabling technology in any kind of research and development project. Specifically, for the case of INTERREG, any project within the range of topics covered by the INTERREG programme, can benefit from the use of advanced cutting edge ICT, including (but not limited to) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data Science and Big Data processing, Internet of Things, (Large Scale) System Integration, Technology Enhanced Learning, etc. The SEIT (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies) laboratory recognises this need and is specialised in the above and other ICT areas. Consequently, if you plan to submit a proposal to the next INTERREG calls in any topic and you believe that ICT can be beneficial to your project, don't hesitate to contact us in order to explore ways to collaborate.
Submitted by: George Angelos Papadopoulos, 06/03/2022
Over the past few years, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has developed enormously and is now an essential enabling technology in any kind of research and development project. Specifically, for the case of INTERREG, any project within the range of topics covered by the INTERREG programme, can benefit from the use of advanced cutting edge ICT, including (but not limited to) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data Science and Big Data processing, Internet of Things, (Large Scale) System Integration, Technology Enhanced Learning, etc. The SEIT (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies) laboratory recognises this need and is specialised in the above and other ICT areas. Consequently, if you plan to submit a proposal to the next INTERREG calls in any topic and you believe that ICT can be beneficial to your project, don't hesitate to contact us in order to explore ways to collaborate.
Ministry for education, university and research

Interested in: Joining a project, Sharing a project idea, Networking with peers

C-Path B.V.

Interested in: Joining a project, Networking with peers

Submitted by: George Angelos Papadopoulos, 06/03/2022
Over the past few years, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has developed enormously and is now an essential enabling technology in any kind of research and development project. Specifically, for the case of INTERREG, any project within the range of topics covered by the INTERREG programme, can benefit from the use of advanced cutting edge ICT, including (but not limited to) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data Science and Big Data processing, Internet of Things, (Large Scale) System Integration, Technology Enhanced Learning, etc. The SEIT (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies) laboratory recognises this need and is specialised in the above and other ICT areas. Consequently, if you plan to submit a proposal to the next INTERREG calls in any topic and you believe that ICT can be beneficial to your project, don't hesitate to contact us in order to explore ways to collaborate.
Submitted by: George Angelos Papadopoulos, 06/03/2022
Over the past few years, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has developed enormously and is now an essential enabling technology in any kind of research and development project. Specifically, for the case of INTERREG, any project within the range of topics covered by the INTERREG programme, can benefit from the use of advanced cutting edge ICT, including (but not limited to) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data Science and Big Data processing, Internet of Things, (Large Scale) System Integration, Technology Enhanced Learning, etc. The SEIT (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies) laboratory recognises this need and is specialised in the above and other ICT areas. Consequently, if you plan to submit a proposal to the next INTERREG calls in any topic and you believe that ICT can be beneficial to your project, don't hesitate to contact us in order to explore ways to collaborate.
Submitted by: George Angelos Papadopoulos, 06/03/2022
Over the past few years, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has developed enormously and is now an essential enabling technology in any kind of research and development project. Specifically, for the case of INTERREG, any project within the range of topics covered by the INTERREG programme, can benefit from the use of advanced cutting edge ICT, including (but not limited to) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data Science and Big Data processing, Internet of Things, (Large Scale) System Integration, Technology Enhanced Learning, etc. The SEIT (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies) laboratory recognises this need and is specialised in the above and other ICT areas. Consequently, if you plan to submit a proposal to the next INTERREG calls in any topic and you believe that ICT can be beneficial to your project, don't hesitate to contact us in order to explore ways to collaborate.
Between 2014 and 2020, COMPETE 2020 designed a set of new instruments to increase the internationalisation of R&D&I and to promote synergies between funds.
Location: Lisboa, Portugal
Project: IMPROVE
15/07/2021
On 13 July, the Policy Learning Platform organised an online discussion about innovation vouchers. Access the presentations and key learnings.
Type: Platform