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Our Projects

In order to foster innovation and enhance the quality of the services it provides, the Greek Interoperability Centre through NTUA participates in EU and national research, collaboration projects that address the legal, organizational, semantic or technical aspects of interoperability and align them to emerging trends, such as Future Internet, Internet of Services, ICT for Electronic Governance and Policy Modelling. G.I.C. experts and researchers collaborate with the projects team in order to transfer knowhow on the interoperability aspects of the research carried out, to strengthen the interoperability considerations in the project design and implementation.


Moreover, G.I.C. aims at promoting interoperability projects' results, at developing collaboratively with the project experts targeted interoperability demonstration cases and scenarios that serve as proof of concept and are demonstrated through the centre's dissemination mechanism to the intended beneficiaries.


During the two years of GIC creation and operation, the centre's researchers and experts have participated in and collaborated with more than 15 research and development projects that cover a wide spectrum of the Interoperability Knowledge Map. This has allowed the centre to develop its research capacity and expertise in dealing with interoperability aspects that arise in a wide range of projects and application domains.


This section provides provides an overview of G.I.C.'s experience in participating, contributing and following up the results of major projects implemented by its host academic environment (the Decision support Systems of the ICCS-NTUA) and its ever growing network of close collaborating organizations.