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ECSEL

ECSEL is a partnership between the private and the public sectors for advancing the state-of-the art in electronic components and systems.

ITEA 3 Call for Projects

On 4 September, ITEA 3’s fifth Call for projects will open in conjunction with the ITEA Project Outline (PO) Preparation Days in Stockholm on 4 and 5 September 2018.

This event is the perfect way to jump-start your preparations for an ITEA Project Outline. In short, the ITEA PO Days 2018 will enable you to:

- Present your project idea(s) and/or learn about other project ideas in a poster session and during parallel project idea pitch sessions

- Discuss and work on your project ideas in workgroup sessions

- Meet companies and potential partners from all over Europe and beyond

- Meet Public Authorities to discuss your idea(s) and learn more about the specific funding rules in your country well in advance

- Learn from presented ITEA best practices and see how the ITEA Office can support you during the full project lifetime

- Celebrate ITEA's 20th anniversary!

Celtic-Plus

An industry-driven EUREKA ICT Cluster in the area of telecommunications, new media, future Internet, and applications & services focusing on the "Smart Connected World" paradigm. Celtic-Plus is open to any type of organisations covering the Celtic-Plus research areas, large industry as well as small companies or universities and research organisations.

AAL - Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme

The Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme is a funding activity with the aim of enhancing the quality of life of older people and strengthening the industrial base in Europe through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

The AAL JP aims to combine social, technological and business aspects to deliver:

- New models of service delivery and care that contribute to greater self-reliance for older adults and greater support for informal carers
- Adapted living spaces that can improve the quality of their everyday lives
- New ways for older people to remain active, including contributing as volunteers or providing mutual support
- New ways of mobilizing active and trusted networks, both formal and informal, professional and in kind, to provide all types of support.
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