The EU-funded DENiM project is developing an integrated toolchain for the provision of advanced digital services for smart energy management. Coordinated by Dr McGibney and Dr Susan Rea at MTU, the project team comprises 18 partners across seven countries. Funded to the tune of €11m by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.
Cluster 4 Digital, Industry and Space
The overarching vision behind the proposed research and innovation funding available under Cluster 4 (Digital, Industry and Space) is that of Europe shaping competitive and trusted technologies for a European industry with global leadership in key areas, enabling production and consumption to respect the boundaries of our planet, and maximising the benefits for all parts of society in the variety of social, economic and territorial contexts in Europe. This will build a competitive, digital, low-carbon and circular industry, ensure sustainable supply of raw materials, develop advanced materials, and provide the basis for advances and innovation in global challenges to society.
To achieve this overarching vision, through research and innovation, Cluster 4 comprises three main areas: Digital, Industry and Space, that can be accessed below.
The EU-funded DENiM project is developing an integrated toolchain for the provision of advanced digital services for smart energy management. Coordinated by Dr McGibney and Dr Susan Rea at MTU, the project team comprises 18 partners across seven countries. Funded to the tune of €11m by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.Read More
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As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes ever more embedded in business and society, the EU has declared the need for a ‘human-centric’ approach to AI. TU Dublin has teamed up with 13 partners from across Europe to create ‘CISC’ (Collaborative Intelligence for Safety Critical systems), a MSCA Innovative Training Network project. Funded by Horizon 2020, the project aims to hire, train and mentor early-stage researchers as collaborative intelligence (CI) scientists.Read More