IBM Ireland Research Lab

 

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 Description Start date End date
Carbotraf Carbotraf A decision support system for reducing CO2 and black carbon emissions by adaptive traffic management 01/09/2011 01/09/2014
Insight Insight Intelligent synthesis and real-time response using massive streaming of heterogeneous data 01/09/2012 31/08/2015
i-widget i-widget Improved water efficiencies through the use of novel ICT technologies for integrated supply-demand side management 01/11/2012 31/10/2015
Petra Petra PErsonal TRansport Advisor: An integrated platform of mobility patterns for Smart Cities to enable demand-adaptive transportation systems 01/02/2014 30/06/2017
Simpli-city Simpli-city The road user information system of the future 01/10/2012 30/09/2015
Tribute Tribute Take the energy bill back to the promised building performance 01/10/2013 30/09/2017
all scale All Scale An Exascale Programming, Multi-objective Optimisation and Resilience Management Environment Based on Nested Recursive Parallelism 01/10/2015 30/09/2018
Topas Logo TOPAs Tools for cOntinuous building Performance Auditing 01/11/2015 31/10/2018
 dReDBox dReDBOX dReDBox proposition has the ambition to lead to significantly improved levels of utilization, scalability, reliability and power efficiency, both in conventional cloud and edge datacentres. 01/01/16 12/31/18
 UniServer UniServer UniServer will facilitate the evolution of the Internet from an infrastructure where data is aggregated to centralized data-centres to an infrastructure where data are handled in a distributed and localized manner close to the data sources. UniServer will realize its bold goals by greatly improving energy efficiency, performance, dependability and security. 01/02/2016 31/01/2019
 VaVel VaVel The goal of the project is to radically advance our ability to use urban data in applications that can identify and address citizen needs and improve urban life. This project will develop a general purpose framework for managing and mining multiple heterogeneous urban data streams for cities become more efficient, productive and resilient.  01/12/2015 30/11/2018
 ProACT ProACT The goal of the project is to proactively help patients self manage and offset the EU’s annual €700 billion cost of chronic disease management. It aims
to do this by providing and evaluating an open application programming interface (API) to
integrate a variety of new and existing technologies to advance ‘home based’ integrated care
for patients who are living with chronic multimorbidities (including; chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetes and chronic heart failure (CHF)).
01/2016 06/2019
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Contact Information

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