While drawing on the strength of the Xerox Corporation around the world, our focus is on Europe. We work with organisations drawn from the continent and reflect their needs and talents. We cooperate with the scientific community and collaborate with a wide range of European research organisations particularly within the European Community frameworks but also as part of national government initiatives.
MOBINET - Large-scale integrating projrct (IP) proposal. MOBiNET will develop, deploy and operate the technical and organisational foundations of an open, multi-vendor platform for Europe-wide mobility services. Key MOBiNET innovations address the barriers to cooperative system-enabled service deployment, including the lack of harmonised services; availability of communication means; inaccessibility and incompatibility of transport-related data; fragmentation of end-user subscription and payment services; proprietary technologies in user devices etc.
PERICLES (Promoting and Enhancing Reuse of Information throughout the Content Lifecycle taking account of Evolving Semantics) - The goal of the PERICLES project is to ensure that the digital assets (e.g. data sets, software, media, etc.) created today are available and useful for future generations.
EURECA aims at building an advanced, standard-based and scalable semantic integration environment in order to bridge the gap between clinical research and clinical care systems. The consortium consists of 17 partners, hospitals, universities and laboratories from 10 different countries.
TRANSLECTURES - The transLectures objective is to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions to produce accurate transcriptions and translations in VideoLectures.NET, with generality across other Matterhorn-related repositories.
Fupol (Future Policy Modelling) FUPOL aims at a completely new approach to traditional politics. Major innovations like multichannel social computing and crowd sourcing will change the way politicians communicate with citizens and enterprises and take decisions.. The FUPOL consortium consists of 17 partners from 9 countries.
Fusepool refines and enriches raw data using common standards and provides tools for analyzing and visualizing data so that end users and other software receive timely, context-aware and relevant information whenever they need it - wherever they are. To ensure that data and results are of high quality, Fusepool combines the well-defined but error-prone (semantic) Web 3.0 with controlled supervision and the collaborative but often messy (social) Web 2.0.
GALATEAS (Generalized Analysis of Logs for Automatic Translation and Episodic Analysis of Searches), a project that looks at users query logs analysis in different languages. GALATEAS users will be institutaions having digitalized content like digital libraries but also any content provider on the web (eg merchant site).
ORGANIC LINGUA (Demonstrating the potential of a multilingual Web portal for Sustainable Agricultural & Environmental Education) is an automated multi-lingual service that aims to facilitate the usage, exploitation and extension of digital educational content related to Organic Agriculture and Agroecology.
PASCAL2 (Pattern Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Computational Learning): PASCAL is developing the expertise and scientific results that will help create new technologies such as intelligent interfaces and adaptive cognitive systems. To achieve this, it supports and encourages collaboration between experts in Machine Learning, Statistics and Optimization. PASCAL enables Europe to capitalize on its strong research record in the area of principled adaptive systems design.
COST (Computational Social Choice). Network that addresses the fundamental new challenges in the design and analysis of methods for collective decision making raised by recent technological advances in areas such as social networks, electronic commerce, webpage ranking, and e-governance.. It combines methods from Computer Science with insights from Economic Theory. The scientific programme has four thematic areas: (1) voting and elections, (2) fair division, (3) information merging, and (4) matching mechanisms. .