I N S T I T U T E   O F   I N F O R M A T I O N   T E C H N O L O G I E S   -   B A S

 

Department of

“Artificial Intelligence – Knowledge Processing”

 

Participation in European R&D Projects:

 

FP6/IST/P-027451 (2006-2009)

LOGOS - Knowledge-on-demand for ubiquitous learning

 

The main objective of the LOGOS project is to create a platform for ubiquitous learning that combines an authoring studio for creation of learning materials from existing digital repositories and facilities for cross-media courseware delivery through digital video broadcasting, mobile and IP-based communication channels.

FP6/2002/IST/2 – 511723 (2004 – 2007)

INFRAWEBS - Intelligent Framework for Generating Open (Adaptable) De­ve­lopment Platforms for Web-Servi­ce Enabled Applications Using Se­man­tic Web Technologies, Distri­bu­ted Support Units and Multi-Agent Systems

The project INFRAWEBS has developed an application-oriented software toolset for creating, maintaining and executing WSMO-based Semantic Web Services within their whole life cycle. This next generation of tools and systems enable software and service providers to build open and extensible development platforms for web service applications.

FP6 INCO-CT-2003/0003401 (2004-2007)  

HUBUSKA - Networking Centres of High Quality Research on Knowledge Technologies and Applications

The project promoted the distribution of research information and results in priority IST areas (Semantic-based knowledge systems, Technology-enhanced learning) by research visits and organization of 5 dedicated workshops with published proceedings.

LEONARDO DA VINCI PP-159052

(2005-2006)

JASON - On-the-job e-Training Skills to Deal with Digital Cultural Heritage Content   

The Jason project has developed facilities and learning content for vocational on-the-job training of employees of memory institutions (museums, galleries, libraries, cultural archives, publishers, etc.) in the area of modern methods for digitalization of cultural objects and effective use of Web-based digital content.

LEONARDO DA VINCI PP-114025

(2003-2005)

KNOSOS - New Media Knowledge Village for Innovative e-Learning Solutions

The main aim of the project KNOSOS was to create a network of virtual training and resource centres of expertise (New Media Knowledge Village) for development of competence in integrated web- and digital TV Anytime-Anywhere technologies.

LEONARDO DA VINCI PP-136029

(2002-2004)

 ADONIS - Advanced On-the-job e-Training Solutions in e-Business for SME's

The project ADONIS has developed an open distributed environment for on-the-job e-training in SMEs, integrating innovative solutions for training of SME personnel to perform successfully e-Business activities.

INCO-COPERNICUS PL961104

(1998 – 2000)

AGILE  -  Automatic Generation of Instructions in Languages of Eastern Europe

AGILE project has developed a tool which allows a technical author to specify, in a non-linguistic representation, the 'content' of different tasks that can be performed by users of CAD-CAM software. The AGILE system can then automatically express these content specifications in styles appropriate to different sections of a CAD-CAM manual in Bulgarian, Czech and Russian. The generated texts are displayed in a browser as hyperlinked documents. No expertise in knowledge representation is required, although some training with the interface is needed.

INCO-COPERNICUS PL961060

(1998 – 2000)

ARCHIMED - Advanced Multi-media-System Architectures and Appli­cations for Educational Telematics

The project developed distributed architecture and computer environment for distance education in Intranet and Internet versions and 5 multimedia learning modules in the field of information technologies.

INCO-COPERNICUS PR977069

(1998 – 2000)

EMG-net - European Research Network for Intelligent Support of EMG Studies  

EMG-net was an European research network for intelligent support of electromyography (EMG) studies between information technologies and medical teams. Its objective was to capitalize knowledge in the domain of EMG by focusing on completion and enhancement of the available knowledge and further standardization of the EMG case representation, techniques and methods for EMG diagnosis.

INCO-COPERNICUS PL960138

(1997-1999)

TRACE - Transferring CHARADE Technology in Central and Eastern Europe  

The TRACE project has made CHARADE European ESPRIT Project progress from a demonstrator prototype to an operational system, demonstrated its flexibility with the development of demonstrators in new application domains and developed tools supporting basic technologies for EDSS.