Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

The Universitat Politècnica de València (UPVLC) is a Spanish public educational institution devoted to training, research and technology transfer. With an R&D activity over 52 million Euros, the UPVLC is the third Spanish university and sixth Spanish entity participating in the FP7 (funding data till April 2010). The UPVLC is currently participating approximately in 80 FP7 projects and leading 17, with around 24 million Euros of EU contribution.

One of the pillars of the social recognition enjoyed by the UPV has been and will continue to be its research capacity. Its departments, research centers, and institutes undertake applied research projects jointly with national and international bodies and companies. Research is not simply another means of educating, but is a way of maintaining direct contact with society, its reality and needs, while ensuring a permanent fine-tuning of university structures.

Type
University
Country
Spain
Website
http://www.upv.es
http://www.pros.upv.es

Projects

COSIBAS

COSIBAS

ITEA 3 Call 4

Cognitive services for IoT-based scenarios

CAP

ITEA 2 Call 7

Collaborative Analytics Platform

SEAS

ITEA 2 Call 7

Smart Energy Aware Systems

ICARE

ITEA 2 Call 6

Innovative Cloud Architecture for Real Entertainment

SITAC

ITEA 2 Call 6

Social Internet of things: Apps by and for the Crowd

Web of Objects

ITEA 2 Call 5

Web of Objects

LIFEWEAR

LIFEWEAR

ITEA 2 Call 4

Mobilized Lifestyle With Wearables

OPEES

ITEA 2 Call 3

Open Platform for the Engineering of Embedded Systems

UsiXML

UsiXML

ITEA 2 Call 3

User interface eXtensible Mark-up Language

ViCoMo

ViCoMo

ITEA 2 Call 3

Visual Context Modelling

ITEI

ITEI

ITEA 2 Call 2

IT supporting execution of innovative projects

OSAMI-Commons

OSAMI-Commons

ITEA 2 Call 2

Open Source Ambient Intelligence Commons

ExpeShare

ExpeShare

ITEA 2 Call 1

Experience sharing in mobile peer communities

TECOM

TECOM

ITEA 2 Call 1

Trusted Embedded Computing

NUADU

NUADU

ITEA Call 8

The goal of NUADU (Celtic god of healing) is to explore the opportunities for providing 'healthcare