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Prof. Wählisch invited to two IoT expert groups of H2020 projects

Prof. Wählisch joined the Expert Group of the project EU-IoT and the User Committee of the project SLICES-DS. Both funded by the EU in the H2020 program.

News from Mar 12, 2021

The European IoT HUb - Growing a sustainable and comprehensive ecosystem for Next Generation Internet of Things

EU-IoT will act as an accelerator for the whole European IoT ecosystem towards transforming the current IoT community of researchers and innovators in Europe into an increasingly cohesive, dynamic, participatory and sustainable ecosystem, as an essential part of the Next Generation Internet initiative. It will intervene to assist stakeholders to engage and create value, as well as set up a self-sustaining European IoT community. The Expert Group will bring together leading members of the European and International IoT community to provide inputs on specific aspects of relevance to the Next-Generation IoT community.


Scientific Large-scale Infrastructure for Computing/Communication Experimental Studies - Design Study

SLICES ambitions to provide a European-wide test-platform, providing advanced compute, storage and network components, interconnected by dedicated high-speed links. This will be the main experimental collaborative instrument for researchers at the European level, to explore and push further, the envelope of the future Internet. A strong, although fragmented expertise, exists in Europe and could be leveraged to build it. SLICES is our answer to this need. It is ambitious, practical but overall timely and necessary. The main objective of SLICES-DS is to adequately design SLICES in order to strengthen research excellence and innovation capacity of European researchers and scientists in the design and operation of Digital Infrastructures. The SLICES Design study will build upon the experience of the existing core group of partners, to prepare in details the conceptual and technical design of the new leading edge SLICES-RI for the next phases of the RI's lifecycle.


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