Engine project consists of these work packages: Work Package 1 – Management Work Package 2 – Twinning Activities Work Package 3 – Conferences Work Package 4 – Employment Work Package 5 – Equipment Work Package 6 – Visibility and Collaboration Work Package 7 – Evaluation
Category Archives: ENGINE Project
Task Leader: Piotr Bródka, email@example.com As in other projects, in ENGINE an effective communication between researchers is considered as one of the main factors leading to project success. Thus, starting the ENGINE project e-mail distribution lists as well as a joint e-platform for documents will be created. A detailed scheme
Task Leaders: Łukasz Augustyniak firstname.lastname@example.org, Włodzimierz Tuligłowicz email@example.com Launching and maintaining the ENGINE Centre website. It will be launched in the 3rd month of the project and it will be gradually updated and upgraded during the project. Furthermore, the website will be used as a platform for general promotional activities.
Task Leader: Przemysław Kazienko, firstname.lastname@example.orgENGINE research areas: A1- A8, B1-B6 Duration: 2-3 days Estimated no. of participants: 40, 50, 60 No. of events: 3 This will be a new European workshop dedicated to Network Intelligence. The first edition will be hosted in Wrocław with around 40 participants. The next edition
Task Leader: Krzysztof Walkowiak, email@example.comPMIL Coordinator: Massimo Tornatore, firstname.lastname@example.org Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Modelling and optimization of optical networks in the context of content oriented networking. Application of optical technologies for energy consumption reduction. Development of survivability mechanisms for content
Task Leader: Michał Woźniak, email@example.comUBi Coordinator: Xin Yao, firstname.lastname@example.org Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Ensemble learning Evolutionary algorithms Computational intelligence The valuable aspects of the cooperation will be: Acquiring knowledge from the experienced partner on how to offer and incorporate innovative
Task Leader: Piotr Bródka, email@example.com 7 half-year Action Plans will be prepared by the Project Manager and implemented after being accepted by the Steering Committee. PM with RICO assistance will undertake all the necessary administrative and financial management steps to meet the Commission requirements on administrative and financial reporting.
Task Leader: Radosław Michalski, firstname.lastname@example.org This new central laboratory will be integrated (via efficient network connections) with other laboratories within and outside ENGINE. The main purpose of this laboratory is to provide advanced and powerful computing resources (8-12 efficient blade servers) for complex analyses, simulation and modelling research projects performed in
Task Leader: Radosław Michalski, email@example.comENGINE research areas: A2, B1-B6 Duration: 3-5 days Estimated no. of participants: 30 No. of events: 1 The main goal of the Workshop on Complex Network Mining and Analysis is to pass to the ENGINE staff the basics and the recent advances in analysis of the
Task Leader: Tomasz Kajdanowicz, firstname.lastname@example.orgECSC Coordinator: Raul del Coso, email@example.com Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Multiple model machine learning; method evaluation Concept drift; analysis of large data Reasoning for fuzzy systems, fuzzy rule-based systems Classification and regression for networked data Machine