7th Joint Call: Announcement of Selected Projects

, by EIG CONCERT-Japan

It is our great pleasure to announce the selected six projects of the EIG CONCERT-Japan 7th Call for Projects in the field of "ICT for resilient, secure and safe society."

After careful consideration at the Scientific Committee meeting online, the 3 November 2020, the following 6 projects were selected for funding by the program consortium:

1) Assessment of Transformations in Vitality, Vulnerability and Versatility of Rural Towns (3VRUT)

Led by Prof. Walter Timo de Vries, Technical University of Munich (Germany) and including Mr. Akira Mukaida, Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (Japan), Prof. Joaquim Sabate Bel, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain) and Dr. Luc Ampleman, Jan Kochanowski University (Poland). 

2) Deep Learning Anticipated Urban Mobility Peaks (DARUMA)

Led by Prof. Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Kyoto University (Japan) and including Prof. Constantinos Antoniou (Germany), Dr. Tamás Tettamanti, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary) and Dr. Gustavo Romanillos, Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). 

3) Detection of fake newS on SocIal MedIa pLAtfoRms (DISSIMILAR)

Led by Prof. David Megías Jiménez, Fundació per a la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Spain) and including Prof. Wojciech Mazurczyk, Politechnika Warszawska (Poland) and Prof. Minoru Kuribayashi, Okayama University (Japan). 

4) Formal Analysis and Verification of Post-Quantum Cryptographic Protocols (FAVPQC)

Led by Dr. Santiago Escobar, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain) and including Prof. Kazuhiro Ogata, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Japan), Dr. Ayoub Otmani, University of Rouen (France) and Prof. Sedat Akleylek, Ondokuz Mayis University (Turkey). 

5) Organically Resilient and Secure Wireless Networks for Next-Generation IOT Technologies to Serve Future Connected Societies (ORACLE)

Led by Prof. Giuseppe Freitas de Abreu, Jacobs University Bremen (Germany) and including Prof. Koji Ishibashi, University of Electro-Communications (Japan), Dr. Luis Hernández Encinas, State Agency Spanish National Research Council (Spain) and Dr. Kaya Demir, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (Turkey). 

6) TRUstworthy DistRibuted Learning (TRURL)

Led by Prof. Slawomir Stanczak, Technical University of Berlin (Germany) and including Dr. Tomasz Piotrowski, Nicolaus Copernicus University (Poland) and Prof. Masahiro Yukawa, Keio University (Japan). 

On behalf of the EIG CONCERT-Japan consortium, we would like to offer our sincerest congratulations to the project teams, and look forward to the significant impact their results will bring to the ICT landscape of the future.