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  • CHIST-ERA
  • 2015

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: AMIS
    Partners: UL, DEUSTO, Université d'Avignon LIA, AGH University of Science and Technology, Department of Telecommunications

    With the growth of the information in different media such as TV programs or internet, a new issue arises. How a user can access to the information which is expressed in a foreign language? The idea of the project is to develop a multilingual help system of understandin...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: ReGROUND
    Partners: Koç University, KUL, Örebro University

    The problem of symbol grounding attempts to associate symbols from language with a corresponding referent in the environment. Traditionally, research has focused on identifying single objects and their properties. Similarly, affordances learning in robotics tend to focu...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: DYPOSIT
    Partners: University College Cork (Department of Computer Science), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (DistriNet- iMINDS), Lancaster University (Security Lancaster Research Centre)

    The DYPOSIT project tackles the problem of large, shared CPS infrastructures under attack. In particular, the project responds to the critical need for dynamically formulating and adapting security policies, rapidly and on-demand, in the face of unfolding attacks on a s...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: IGLU
    Partners: Université de Lille 1, Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest / Flowers Team, University of Mons / Numediart Research Institute, University of Zaragoza, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Université de Sherbrooke

    Language is an ability that develops in young children through joint interaction with their caretakers and their physical environment. At this level, human language understanding could be referred as interpreting and expressing semantic concepts (e.g. objects, actions a...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: SECODE
    Partners: INRIA, Paris 8 University, Sabanci University / Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Institut Mines-Télécom/Télécom SudParis, Université Catholique de Louvain / Cryptogroup

    In this project, we specify and design error correction codes suitable for an efficient protection of sensitive information in the context of Internet of Things (IoT) and connected objects. Such codes mitigate passive attacks, like memory disclosure, and active attacks,...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: I-DRESS
    Partners: Institut de recherche Idiap, CSIC / Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, University of the West of England / Bristol Robotics Laboratory

    The main objective of the project is to develop a system that will provide proactive assistance with dressing to disabled users or users such as high-risk health-care workers, whose physical contact with the garments must be limited during dressing to avoid contaminatio...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: COPES
    Partners: ETH Zurich/Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, KTH Royal Institute of Technology/School of Electrical Engineering, INRIA Grenoble Rhônes-Alpes, Imperial College London/Dept. Of Electrical Electronic Eng.

    Smart meters have the capability to measure and record consumption data at a high time resolution and communicate such data to the energy provider. This provides the opportunity to better monitor and control the power grid and to enable demand response at the residentia...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: ATLANTIS
    Partners: VUB AI Lab, IBE-UPF, LATTICE-CNRS, Sony (France), OFAI

    ATLANTIS attempts to understand and model the very first stages in grounded language learning, as we see in children until the age of three: how pointing or other symbolic gestures emerge from the ontogenetic ritualization of instrumental actions, how words are learned ...

  • Funder: CHIST-ERA Project Code: MUSTER
    Partners: KUL, ETH Zurich, UPV, University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) Paris

    The MUSTER project is a fundamental pilot research project which introduces a new multi-modal framework for the machine-readable representation of meaning. The focus of MUSTER lies on exploiting visual and perceptual input in the form of images and videos coupled with t...