The aim of AMIS is to develop a multilingual help system of understanding of information which is expressed in a foreign language without any human being intervention.
Researchers: Begoña García-Zapirain, Amaia Méndez
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City4Age will activate urban Communities to facilitate the role of social/health services and of families in dealing with mild cognitive impairments and frailty in the elderly population.
Researchers: Diego López-de-Ipiña, David Buján Carballal, Ana Belén Lago, Aitor Almeida, Gorka Azkune, Josuka Díaz Labrador, Iván Pretel
Analysis of Networks and Development of a Model of Economic Agents (MAE) in a pilot tourist destination
Researchers: Miren Aurkene Alzua Sorzabal, Marina Abad Galzacorta
DANTE will deliver data mining, analytics solutions and an integrated system to detect, retrieve, and analyse huge amounts of heterogeneous and complex multimedia and multi-language terrorist-related contents from both the Surface and the Deep Web, including the Dark Nets
Researchers: Borja Sanz Urquijo
SI-DRIVE aims at extending knowledge about social innovation. The outcomes of the project will cover a broad range of research dimensions, impacting particularly in terms of changing society and empowerment, and contributing to the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy.
Researchers: Marta Enciso, Laura Gómez, Olatz Ukar, Rosa Santibañez, Aitziber Mugarra, Toñi Caro, Garbiñe Henry
Teaching and learning methods in initial vocational education and training: European trends and challenges
Researcher: Julian Stanley, Josu Solabarrieta Eizaguirre, CarlosVargas Támez
SOLIDUS explores conceptually and empirically current and future expressions of European solidarity from an inter-disciplinary approach. It will inform policymakers at the European level to develop policies and instruments that recognize the potential of solidarity to achieve societal goals.
Researchers: Roberto Nuño, Laura Gómez, Braulio Gómez Fortes, Janire Fonseca, Toñi Caro
EID aims to enhance knowledge on how the institutional context and the way in which different taxation and distribution policy regimens for mining and hydrocarbons are crafted affect the extent, nature and distribution of development opportunities in the territories where the extraction occurs.
Researchers: Javier Arellano Yanguas
The project synthesizes health evidence and economic argumentation of Member States, who have opposed or not declared positions on decarbonisation / electrification of the transport sector. It empowers Health Ministries and officials to take a more active role in national discussions to offset current and future pressure on health services and to reduce healthcare bills.
Researchers: Maria Begoña García-Zapirain, Roberto Nuño, Maider Urtaran, Cristian Castillo