Develop solutions to enrich collections using Internet enabled reliable, scalable and cost effective collaborative content curation and to improve accessibility through advanced personalised content recommendation and search functionalities.

Posted on Monday December 15, 2014

Updated on Wednesday March 11, 2020

1 January 2012 to 30 June 2017
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COMMIT/ unites academic research and (non-)profit organizations in ICT.It is a use-inspired fundamental ICT-research in well-being and well-working, in public safety, in science, in information services and search, and with applications in culture, agriculture, and health care. Its ICT-research program covers the range from small embedded systems, to sensor networks and on to large scale networks, from interaction data, to numerical content and on to text and pictorial web content. Ten universities, five technological institutes, and over sixty small and large businesses participate in fifteen public-private multi-party projects (for a full overview see Projects). They ensure direct state-of-the-art knowledge transfer in an economic or societal urgent area. Like ICT science drives the solving of societal challenges, societal challenges drive need-inspired ICT research as well.