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Country: Greece
114 Projects, page 1 of 23
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 329128
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 895937
    Overall Budget: 165,085 EURFunder Contribution: 165,085 EUR

    System on Chip (SoC) and Internet of Things (IoT) hardware accelerators are increasingly used in secure and critical applications, such as medical and automotive. For this reason, they need to have high levels of security and reliability at the same time. Hardware attacks are a serious threat for the security of hardware accelerators. Among them, Fault Attacks and Side Channel Attacks can breach even protected devices. Furthermore, injection of errors due to harsh environments may even lead to catastrophic failures of such accelerators. These threats are usually not concurrently addressed since their corresponding protections are not always compatible to each other. In a context, where designers use High Level Synthesis (HLS) flows to increase the productivity of designing hardware accelerators they must also ensure that security and reliability protections are taken into account by the HLS tools. In order to enable HLS flows to be the flow of choice for secure and reliable devices, we propose to provide to SoC and IoT designers, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, capable to evaluate, improve and automate the insertion of protections during an HLS flow. Initially we will study the effects of HLS flows on the synthesis of manually protected high level descriptions. Afterwards, we will address concurrently security and reliability by automating the integration of compatible, countermeasures and mitigation techniques, inside the HLS flow, so as to automatically obtain secure and reliable RTL descriptions. Such tools and methodologies will help to minimize the corresponding overheads for protecting against each threat, while at the same time they will maintain the productivity of the HLS flow at high levels during the design of secure and reliable hardware accelerators.

  • Funder: EC Project Code: 295179
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 645028
    Overall Budget: 305,370 EURFunder Contribution: 305,370 EUR

    It is the purpose of EuConNeCts 2, a Supporting Action, to organise the following 2 editions, 2016 and 2017, of the EC sponsored conference in the area of communication networks and systems (EuCNC - European Conference on Networks and Communications). EuCNC will serve as a technical and scientific conference for researchers, namely European ones, to show their work in the area of Telecommunications, focusing on communication networks and systems, but reaching services and applications. However, the conference will not be restricted to European researchers, rather aiming at attracting others from all the other regions in the world. It will also serve as a showcase for the work developed by projects co-financed by the EC, namely those addressing Objective ICT-2014.6 (Smart optical and wireless network technologies), but also including the new projects arising from other H2020 calls. Nonetheless, it also aims at attracting works in the area of communication networks and systems from other objectives. EuCNC will: 1) be a European conference, but with a large international dimension; 2) showcase the R&D activities performed within EC programmes, directly and indirectly; 3) showcase the cooperation in R&D between European organisations and worldwide ones; 4) bridge between academia / research centres and industry; 5) coordinate its goals with the EC and the main European players; 6) be a high-quality R&D conference; 7) be a well-recognised conference in Telecommunications; 8) provide a forum for the presentation of state-of-the-art technology, in both theoretical and experimental forms; 9) communicate the research results to the wide audience of the general public; 10) foster the participation of both established researchers and students, as well as industry members from various areas; 11) be a transparent and not-for-profit conference; 12) positively differentiate itself from other conferences, which will be achieved by reaching all previous objectives.

  • Funder: EC Project Code: 101094354
    Overall Budget: 3,000,000 EURFunder Contribution: 3,000,000 EUR

    Astronomy is being transformed by surveys performed with instruments capable of searching the sky multi-messenger signals with high speed and sensitivity, while delivering science-read datasets to the community. While radio astronomy is not yet fully participating in this revolution, it is clear that an instrument following the same philosophy, that would finally open up the dynamic radio sky for exploration, is not only urgent but inevitable. ARGOS is a concept (TRL2) for a leading-edge, low-cost, sustainable European astronomical facility that will finally realize this ambition, directly addressing multiple fundamental scientific questions, from the nature of dark matter and dark energy to the origin of fast radio bursts and the properties of extreme gravity. ARGOS will enable, for the first time, continuous wide-field monitoring of the sky at centimetre wavelengths, while publicly distributing science-ready data and alerts in real time. To make the strategic scientific need for such a facility clear and accessible to funding and policy bodies, a detailed design study is necessary. This should include technical studies, community groundwork and prototyping, as well as quantitative cost-to-benefit analysis, well-calibrated project budget, and assessments of scientific and socioeconomic impact, sustainability, technological readiness and innovation needs. The ARGOS-CDS vision is to deliver a conceptual design study to fully prepare the subsequent rapid implementation of a leading-edge public radio facility on European grounds and ensure its optimal integration into the network of existing and future international astronomical facilities. ARGOS-CDS will achieve this by directly addressing the aforementioned challenges via an integrated systems-engineering approach. The project will also produce cutting-edge science, big-data and artificial intelligence technologies with significant scientific impact and lasting spill-over societal benefits.

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