IBM Research - Ireland


EU-funded Programmes

IBM Research - Ireland is involved in the following EU-funded consortia and conducts many more joint projects with academic and industrial partners around the world.

Project Subject Start date End date Publications
CarbotrafCarbotraf A decision support system for reducing CO and black carbon emissions by adaptive traffic management 01/09/2011 01/09/2014  
InsightInsight Intelligent synthesis and real-time response using massive streaming of heterogeneous data 01/09/2012 31/08/2015 Publications
i-widgeti-widget Improved water efficiencies through the use of novel ICT technologies for integrated supply-demand side management 01/11/2012 31/10/2015 Publications
PetraPetra Personal Transport Advisor: an integrated platform of mobility patterns for Smart Cities to enable demand-adaptive transportation systems 01/02/2014 30/06/2017 Publications
Simpli-citySimpli-city The road user information system of the future 01/10/2012 30/09/2015 Publications
TributeTribute Take the energy bill back to the promised building performance 01/10/2013 30/09/2017 Publications
All Scaleall scale An Exascale Programming, Multi-objective Optimisation and Resilience Management Environment Based on Nested Recursive Parallelism 01/10/2015 30/09/2018 Publications
TOPASTopas Logo Tools for cOntinuous building Performance Auditing 01/11/2015 31/10/2018 Publications
dReDBOXdReDBox Disaggregated Recursive Datacentre-in-a-Box 01/01/2016 12/31/2018 Publications
UniServerUniServer A Universal Micro-Server Ecosystem by Exceeding the Energy and Performance Scaling Boundaries 01/12/2011 30/11/2016 Publications
VaVelVaVel Variety, Veracity, VaLue: Handling the Multiplicity of Urban Sensors 01/12/2015 30/11/2018 Publications

Integrated Technology Ecosystem for ProACTive Patient Centred Care


01//01/2016 30/06/2019  
Enable-S3Enable S-3 European Initiative to Enable Validation for Highly Automated Safe and Secure Systems 01/05/2016 30/04/2019  
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Contact Information

For more information about EU-funded programmes at the IBM Research – Ireland Laboratory, please contact Gal Weiss