CSP FORUM Conference 2014, Athens

CSP Forum Conference 2014 will co-locate with the annual Privacy Forum in Athens , Greece, 2014. A member of the STR ( Security/Trust ) research Unit Frances Cleary is the main coordinator of the CSP Forum initiative and annual conference, funded via the FP7 EU project SecCord.

CSP Forum  Conference 2014 : Industry Focus

  • Looking to get an insight into current security and trust EC research activities..
  • Want an overview of potential innovative outputs coming from research projects.
  • Looking for innovative ideas to stem potential marketable business opportunities.

CSP Forum  Conference 2014 : Academic Focus

  • Need an opportunity to showcase your project results and potential Impact.
  • Looking to create synergies with Industry in this domain, with a view to exploiting your research outputs further
  • Consider meeting your project specific workshop commitments, by holding it as part of the CSP Forum conference 2014.

Link : CSP Forum

Link: CSP forum conference 2014   - OPEN Call for Submissions  - Deadline 26th Feb 2014

STR ( Security/Trust) Research Unit Participates to the CPDP conference 2014

23 Jan 2014

STR ( Security & Trust) Research Unit Member Zeta Dooly attends the CPDP conference 2014

Zeta who coordinates the EU FP7  IPaCSO Project , actively chaired and participated in the IPaCSO panel discussion that focused  on Privacy innovations, aiming to discover and discuss different business models, innovative approaches, opportunities and challenges for Innovative companies and business in the domain of Privacy and related.

Innovation Framework for Privacy and Cyber Security Market Opportunities (IPaCSO) will develop a structured knowledge and decision-support innovation framework for identifying, assessing and exploiting market opportunities in the privacy and cyber security technology space.

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TSSG hosts Fionn – Ireland’s Latest Supercomputer

14th November 2013.

Minister Seán Sherlock TD, Minister for Research and Innovation and the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC, recently announced Ireland’s latest supercomputer called Fionn at the Dunsink Observatory. The name, chosen by Oscar O’Donoghue, a student from DCU CoderDojo, stems from Fionnachtana (Irish for Discovery) and Fionn mac Cumhaill. It aptly reflects the size of the new machine and the new R&D that it will enable.

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Tech Gateway Launch

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A nationwide network of Technology Gateways, capable of delivering technology-based solutions for companies in Ireland was launched by Seán Sherlock T.D. Minister for Research & Innovation today (Monday) in Thomond Park, Limerick. Waterford Institute of Technology hosts three of these Technology Gateways; SEAMPMBRC and MSTG (TSSG). Each Technology Gateway provides technology solutions in the form of mobile services, pharmaceutical and healthcare services and biomedical devices.

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Japanese and Irish researchers jointly develop ground-breaking technology that could lead to cheaper electricity prices.

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NTT DATA Corporation and TSSG have participated in a collaborative research project which started in November 2012 and jointly announce they have developed an energy management solution using Big Data analytics to improve predictions in market intelligence of electricity demand, pricing and renewable generation.

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