EUINCOOP - Fostering Cooperation in Computing Systems
EU-India Fostering COOPeration in Computing Systems (EUINCOOP) is Coordination and Support Action (CSA) project which is running for 24 months from 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2013 funded by European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).
The main aim of EUINCOOP project is to foster collaboration and cooperation in the computing technologies field between both Indian and European research organizations and industry to achieve better understanding and future cooperation. Read More...
EUINCOOP Main Project Outcomes
The EUINCOOP advisory committee and the project partners have identified seven areas of shared interests in computing systems research under three main umbrellas – High Performance Computing; Could Computing & Embedded Computing, that would substantially benefit Europe and India and are aligned with the strategies of the government funding programmes established in each region.
To read more on this download main project outcome booklet
EUINCOOP Survey -"Priorities for Computing Systems Research Jointly Funded in Europe and India"
Computing System Experts express your opinion and share your feedback to suggest and recommend EU-India joint research priority areas in Computing Systems by completing the survey (https://euincoop.eu/limesurvey/index.php/299583/lang-en) that takes no longer than few minutes.
EUINCOOP organized a 90 minutes Networking Session titled "Advanced Computing Systems: Challenges Ahead" at the ICT 2013 Conference on 7th November 2013,Vilnius. EUINCOOP partners, Dr Sathya Rao from KYOS Consulting, Ms Surbhi Sharma and Ms Sourabha Rani from ITSMA coordinated the networking session. The session attracted around 30 participants who were briefed about the EUINCOOP project objectives, results and achievements. To Know more
EUINCOOP @ ADCOM 2013
The Advanced Computing and Communications Society (ACCS) in association with the IEEE Computer Society inaugurated the19th annual International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM) at Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Chennai. EUINCOOP partners IISc- Bangalore, KYOS and ITSMA organized a special session on "Next Generation Computing Systems: Challenges and Opportunities". To Know more
Cooperation With other Projects
PlanetHPC – A unique forum for European researchers and industrialists to identify the research challenges facing High Performance Computing (HPC).
APOS-EU - Looking to foster collaborative research between European and Russian scientists. APOS will investigate technologies and develop tools for the software challenges encountered by computational scientists in the face of new trends in high-performance computing architecture development.
SCC-Computing - Aims at establishing a strategic collaboration with the host and developer of this computer system in China to explore a range of research issues.
HOPSA (HOlistic Performance System Analysis) - Project aims to create an integrated diagnostic infrastructure for combined application and system tuning.
Ideal-ist: an international ICT partner search network addressing ICT companies and research organizations worldwide wishing to find project partners for a participation in FP7.
BIC: Building International Cooperation (BIC) for Trustworthy ICT expands the co-operation models of EU researchers and programme management with their peers in new ICT high-growth countries, specifically Brazil, India and South Africa.