SOFTEAM is a private software vendor and engineering company with about 800employees, based in Paris, and having subsidiaries in Saint Quentin en Yvelines, Rennes, Nantes, Toulouse and Sophia Antipolis. SOFTEAM develops four main activities: (i) the "Modelio" CASE Tool , which has been on the market since 1992; (ii) e-Citiz a platform for government services; (iii) Consulting: As a provider of object-oriented methodology, and as an active OMG contributor; and (iv) Training: SOFTEAM provides training in related technical areas (languages, techniques, tools) and in methodological areas. SOFTEAM solutions and services are used in many industries including aerospace & defence, energy, automobile, telecommunications, banking & insurance.
DCNS: A WORLD LEADER IN NAVAL DEFENCE AND AN INNOVATIVE PLAYER IN ENERGY
Convinced that the sea is central to our planet’s future, DCNS is inventing high-technology solutions to sustainably secure the sea and develop its potential. As an international high-tech company, DCNS uses its extraordinary know-how and unique industrial resources to meet its customers’ requirements.
ICAM is a school of engineers that consists of 6 sites in France and 3 sites abroad. Its activities focus on higher education, professional training and research and development projects for the industry. ICAM graduates 100 engineers and nearly performs 50 R&D projects annually. These projects are developed in close contact with local industries through out either direct business projects or collaborative ones. ICAM brings its expertise in Green Computing developed during the past years. ICAM also brings its fine-grained measurement platform and its formalization of Green Computing metrics.
Montimage is a French SME located in Paris. It is a research oriented company that proposes its know-how and tools for helping developers and operators improve the quality and reliability of their software. The core business of Montimage is developing tools for monitoring and testing networks, applications and services; in particular, for the analysis of functional, performance and security aspects; and, for improving context awareness and end-user trust. Montimage's flagship tool (MMT) allows the capture of telecommunication packets, as well as any structured messages, for performing traffic analysis, estimating quality of user experience (QoE), analysing security and detecting/mitigating security attacks. It uses deep packet inspection (DPI), statistics and machine learning techniques to classify traffic and analyse its behaviour. Montimage has participated in several collaborative research projects related to the Measure project, such as: FP7-SHIELDS (detection of code and protocol vulnerabilities), ANR-WebMov (testing and monitoring web services), ITEA2-DIAMONDS (multi-domain security methods and tools), and CELTIC-MEVICO (defining and validating future mobile LTE architecture). These projects have served to exploit innovative techniques integrated in MMT that include data analysis and correlation, detection of security properties, evaluation of QoS, estimation QoE, and combining active testing and monitoring to improve the development process.
Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) is a public institution dedicated to higher education, research and innovation in engineering and digital technologies. It is made up of 10 Mines and Télécom graduate schools under the aegis of the Minister for Industry and Electronic Communication, two subsidiary schools and two strategic partners. Telecom SudParis is a leading public graduate school of engineering known for its excellent level in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The quality of its programs is based on the scientific excellence of its faculty members and teaching methods focused on project management, innovation and inter-cultural knowledge. Telecom SudParis is part of Institut Mines-Télécom, France's leading group of engineering schools, supervised by the Ministry of Industry. It shares its international campus with Telecom Ecole de Management. Télécom SudParis is a member of Université Paris-Saclay, the first French research cluster in sciences and technologies of information. Research activities at Telecom SudParis fall within the four broad categories: Digital Industry, Smart City, e-health and Smart Grid. 53% of the research activities conducted at Telecom SudParis are performed within European Programmes. The 105 full time professors of Telecom SudParis contribute to the education of 1,000 students including 700 engineering and Master students and more than 150 doctoral students.
Bitdefender is a Romanian large company and the creator of one of the world’s fastest and most effective lines of internationally certified internet security software. The company is an industry pioneer, introducing and developing award-winning protection since 2001. Today, Bitdefender technology secures the digital experience of around 500 million home and corporate users across the globe. This is the only Romanian software company achieving such a high market access.
Main Contact: Dr. Adrian Lupei
University of Bucharest is generally considered to be Romania’s leading educational and research institution. It holds also a very good position within the region: for instance, it was ranked #32 in QS-University Ranking for Emerging Europe and Central Asia (EECA). The Department of Computer Science has over 45 years of experience in teaching and research and is consistently ranked in the top positions in the national evaluations, currently holding the first spot in computer science in the latest report of the Romanian Ministry of Education. The members of the department perform both fundamental and applied research in areas such as: verification and testing of software systems, formal languages and automata, unconventional models of computation. Moreover, the department has the strongest nationwide research group in the particular area of software testing, based on publication record.
Main contact: Prof. Dr. Alin Stefanescu
The MEASURE project is funded in Romania through the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation CCCDI-UEFISCDI, project no. 87/2016, Program 3 - European and International Cooperation - Subprogram 3.5 Other initiatives and Euroean and international programs, EUREKA traditional (network), EUREKA cluster, EUROSTARS projects. The total value of the national grant is RON 4,329,736, from which RON 2,099,050 is the governmental grant.
Over the past 140 years, Ericsson has been at the forefront of communications technology. Today, we are committed to maximizing customer value by continuously evolving our business portfolio and leading the ICT industry. We are a global leader in delivering ICT solutions. In fact, 40% of the world's mobile traffic is carried over Ericsson networks. We have customers in over 180 countries and comprehensive industry solutions ranging from Cloud services and Mobile Broadband to Network Design and Optimization. Our services, software and infrastructure - especially in mobility, broadband and the cloud - are enabling the communications inustry and other sectors to do better business, increase efficiency, improve user experience and capture new opportunities. Ericsson has one of the industry's strongest patent portfolios with a total count of over 39,000. R&D is at the heart of our business and approximately 23,700 employees are dedicated to our R&D activities. This commitment to R&D allows us to drive forward our vision for a Networked Society - one where everyone and everything is connected in real time - enabling new ways to collaborate, share and get informed.
Tmob is a mobile technology powerhouse, bringing growth and success to businesses and partners with its innovative SaaS, PaaS and premium solutions, since 2009. Tmob’s end-to-end solutions address and cover mobile business needs fully with enhanced focus on performance and profit for Tmob’s promising partnerships. Having worked with some of the top 100 companies in key industries such as banking, payments, telecommunications, travel and online retail, Tmob’s experience becomes a powerful baseline for continuous R&D efforts and competitive products. Tmob’s passion and curiosity about technologies that will shape the future is what triggers to push the boundaries further every day.
Tmob knows that the fast growth of mobile technologies and evolution of consumer behaviour is nowhere close to slowing down. For this reason, Tmob continuously innovate and create visionary technologies to reinvent how businesses engage with the world through mobile. Tmob is headquartered in Palo Alto and İstanbul. Tmob’s offices in some of the major hubs around the world connect us to industry giants and networks leading to strategic partnerships.
Turkgen is founded in 2007 to provide business solutions, consultancy and training services to the specific sectors. Turkgen focuses on Big Data & Analytics, Business Intelligence, Corporate Portals, Customer Relationship Management, Channel Management, Sales & Operation Management, Bug Tracking, Resource & Time Management systems. Turkgen is working on local and EU based Research & Development projects on specific technologies such as data collection and categorization, natural language processing and semantic technologies.
Turkcell Teknoloji is the Research & Development company of Turkcell Group which is conducting its R&D and Innovation activities with over 700 R&D personnel, as being one of the Turkey's largest R&D centers. In addition to Turkcell Group, Turkcell Teknoloji carries out its product and service development processes end-to-end under a single structure, delivers services to 15 countries with diverse products, services and infrastructures.
Founded in 1773 with the name “Mühendishane-i Bahr-i Hümayun” (Imperial School of Naval Engineering) during the reign of Mustafa III, Istanbul Technical University is a prominent and pioneering university of engineering and architecture with many innovative studies in science, technology, research and development. İTÜ, as a university mainly composed of graduate engineering schools and research laboratories, works closely in collaboration with enterprises and other economic and social partners. Our university facilitates the knowledge and technology transfer to industries, management centers, briefly to all society. To do this, İTÜ has created many Techno-Science parks, incubation centers, entrepreneurship and innovation center and technology transfer office. This way, İTÜ offers a favorable environment for students to build a successful career in their professions, to improve themselves, to seek internship opportunities and to conduct research projects.
Bahçeşehir University was founded in 1998 as a non-profit foundation university. Since then, it has constantly expanded its intellectual boundaries and maintained its commitment to providing a high-quality university education by focusing on fundamental academic disciplines. In the past 15 years, Bahçeşehir University has established nine undergraduate faculties, four graduate institutes, a vocational school an English preparatory school and a continuing education school. After the university’s first graduation ceremony in 2003, Bahçeşehir University moved its main campus to its current picturesque Besiktas location. Situated in downtown Istanbul, BAU is in and of the city, drawing its inspiration from the city’s essence. The campus reflects the university’s owerall philosophy, which is to provide students with a gate-free yet nurturing environment in which students can become active and inquisitive learners, grow social and cultural awareness, acquire problem-solving and decision-making skills and develop strong ethical and moral standards, Looking back 15 Bahçeşehir Universty has become an important center for innovation, arts on the past years, sciences, culture, and civic affairs. This success has only been made possible with the help of its dedicated academic and administrative staff well-managed research opportunities, and most importantly, its top-notch resources, students who best represent BAU’s vision and goals.
Istanbul University can trace its origins back to 1453, when it was founded by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II as a school of philosophy, medicine, law and letters. It has gone through many iterations since then, serving as a madrasah (Ismalic theological school) and as an institution of higher education called the Darülfünûn (House of Sciences) in the 19th century, before being established as Istanbul University in 1933 after Mustafa Kemal Atatürk reformed Turkey’s education system.
Today it has 22 faculties – including the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Dentistry, the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Fisheries – as well as three departments, eight schools, 16 institutes, 61 application and research centres – including a technology transfer centre – and the state conservatory.
The university is spread across 12 campuses: Beyazıt-Central, Laleli-Vezneciler, Vefa, Horhor, Avcılar, Çapa, Cerrahpaşa, Şişli, Kadıköy, Bahçeköy, Bakırköy and Büyükçekmece. The main campus is at Beyazıt-Central, which houses the Faculty of Law, Faculty of Economy, Faculty of Political Science, Faculty of Communication and the Hasan Ali Yücel Faculty of Education. The campus is situated in the Old City, an area of historical and architectural significance on Istanbul’s peninsula. The university has more than 5,000 academic staff and 7,000 administrative staff, who educate and take care of more than 80,000 students.
The university’s mission is to “bring together East and West; the past and the future”. Notable almuni include the 11th Turkish president Abdullah Gül, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Aziz Sancar and David Ben-Gurion, the first prime minister of Israel.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VUA), founded in 1880, is a leading research university that ranks among the best in Europe. At present, VUA ranks as fourth university in The Netherlands in the Shanghai Ranking of 500 world top universities. VUA over 1,750 research FTE, yearly more than 6,650 academic articles, monographs and books are published and more than 300 doctorates are honoured. Much of the research at VUA is organized in interdisciplinary research institutes and faculty research centres. Through the Software and Services (S2) research group from Science faculty, VUA seeks to make an important contribution on the social, technical, economic and environmental sustainability aspects of software and services engineering. S2 research group focuses on devising systematic, disciplined, and quantifiable methods and approaches for designing, developing and maintaining business and software services.
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