ITI/CERTH as a Satellite Node of the L4MS Network, offers it's "nZEB Smart Home" Digital Innovation Hub to act as a digital innovation rich environment for deploying, evaluating and validating third-party solutions.
The poster entitled “Polymer Electrolyte Membrane water electrolysers” by N. Strataki, A. Pagkalidou, S. Balomenou and D. Tsiplakides received the Best Poster Award at the 15th Panhellenic Symposium on Catalysis
On Wednesday 28 of March 2018, CERTH, as partner of the European Initiative “ClusterFY” organized in collaboration with counterparts from Sweden, the Netherlands and Lithuania the interregional workshop «Innovation and cluster policy development: Exchange of knowledge between Greece, Sweden, The Netherlands and Lithuania».
The Η2020 project BioCatPolymers aims at demonstrating a cost-effective, sustainable and efficient cascade technological route for the conversion of low-value, low-quality residual biomass to bio-polymers with equal or better performance than their fossil-based counterparts.
The innovation project MONICA will demonstrate how cities can use the Internet of Things to deal with sound, noise and security challenges at big, cultural, open-air events. A range of applications will be demonstrated in six major European cities involving more than 100.000 users in total.
The RAMCIP work entitled “Robot’s Workspace Enhancement with Dynamic Human Presence for Socially-aware Navigation”, authored by I. Kostavelis, A. Kargakos, D. Giakoumis and D. Tzovaras, won the Best Paper Award.
In the context of the implementation of the project we are pleased to announce to the wider community of the media and news industry the release of a new integrated tool for debunking fake news and verifying videos.
Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory’s (APTL) scientific work on the health effects assessment of the diesel emissions was awarded by the Swiss doctors for the Environmental Protection with the Trojan Horse Prize
The RAMCIP project, which is supported by the E C in the context of the Horizon 2020 Programme, is approaching the completion of the second year of its duration, having at the current stage a series of outcomes to report.
The COMPOSITION project aims to develop a digital ecosystem in order to help factories optimise internal production processes and external collaboration with suppliers by putting existing data, knowledge and tools into place.