- About us
- On-going projects
- News & events
On 4th of October we will present StoM at Polish radio programme Człowiek 2.0 (Human 2.0) on TokFM Radio.
The European Commission has today published a list of the 155 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that will be first to benefit from its new €3 billion SME Instrument.
First results for the European Commission's Horizon 2020 SME Instrument at 18th June 2014.
StoM (SemLib to Market) project builds on top of the research results of a previous Research for SME project called SEMLIB that produced two software components: a semantic annotation system and a semantic recommendation engine. These solutions improve searching and web browsing of digital archives. In practice, SEMLIB the research results will be integrated into two software-as-a-service platforms: EventPlace and PunditBrain. The two cloud services have radically different target users and business models, however they will both use the SEMLIB results as their core building blocks.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s 7th FP for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 606010.
We are partner of a new StoM project financed by the EU within 7th Framework Programme which started on 5th of May.
We organise workshops and trainings which enable participants to learn to prepare and submit a proposal within European Framework Programmes and to manage a project later on.
We assist companies and organizations in developing international research projects in the framework of European programmes.
We analyze and define the best strategies for your business expansion into the Western European and US technical markets.
We ensure the transfer of knowledge and technology for development of your products and processes.
We propose study visits in Italian institutions dedicated to the Management of European Funds, Inner City Revitalisation and Sustainable Transport.
E-GREEN JOBS: Skills and competences improvement of workers employed in green sector with e-learning technology use
The project will last two years (October 2013- September 2015). The main aim of the E-GREEN JOBS project is to improve skills and competences of Polish workers, experts, professionals, freelances involved in green sectors, with e-learning technology use.