resilient territories

What we are looking for:
We are looking to new partners in this fields, that can participate in european projects, like H2020. Besides that, to prepare the new funding programs.
We are also interested no only in the research perspective, but also the commercial perspective. The approach to the markets.

What we offer:
We aim to create autonomous networked intelligent hybrid systems enabled by ubiquitous sensing and information processing.
These systems should also be able to operate in extreme environments such as the deep sea, inside the human body or in autonomous driving vehicles.
Besides that we develop new forms of communication, that put in connection everything, with or without internet connection.

Topics:
  • WP Energy/Environnement
    • LC-SC3-RES-28-2018-2019-2020: Market Uptake support
    • LC-SC3-SCC-1-2018-2019-2020: Smart Cities and Communities
    • LC-CLA-05-2019: Human dynamics of climate change
    • LC-CLA-06-2019: Inter-relations between climate change, biodiversity and ecosystem services
    • SC5-14-2019: Visionary and integrated solutions to improve well-being and health in cities 

    • SC5-13-2018-2019: Strengthening international cooperation on sustainable urbanisation: nature-based solutions for restoration and rehabilitation of urban ecosystems
    • SC5-14-2019: Visionary and integrated solutions to improve well-being and health in cities
    • BG-07-2019-2020: The Future of Seas and Oceans Flagship Initiative
    • BG-05-2019: Multi-use of the marine space, offshore and near-shore: pilot demonstrators
  • WP Transport
    • LC-MG-1-10: Logistics solutions that deal with requirements of the 'on demand economy' and for shared-connected and low-emission logistics operations
    • MG-2-7: Safety in an evolving road mobility environment
    • MG-2-8: Innovative applications of drones for ensuring safety transport
    • MG-2-9: Integrated multimodal, low-emission freight transport systems and logistics
    • DT-ART-04: Developing and testing shared, connected and cooperative automated vehicles fleets in urban areas for the mobility of all

Responsible

Mr Francisco Costa
Professor

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