Key Partners
INSTICC is a scientific, non-profit association whose goals are to develop and disseminate knowledge and perform activities in the areas of information systems and technologies, control and communications, including developing research projects, software engineering, conference organization, consulting, book and journal publishing, as well as other relevant activities.
Union of SME Bulgaria is a non-profit association that pursues activities for public profit, focused on supporting and promoting small and medium -sized businesses, craftsmen and free-lancers, as well as rendering support concerning their relations with institutions of the European Union; creating favorable economic environment for the development of small and medium -sized enterprises, and raising their competitiveness; working to reduce red tape for economic development; carrying out joint undertakings and mutual assistance; preparing, arranging and carrying out workshops, conferences and seminars; publicity, related to the achievement of the objectives of Union of SME Bulgaria; developing programs, projects, policies, strategies and bills, related to the achievement of the mentioned objectives.
The Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CE.R.T.H.), the largest research centre in Northern Greece, founded in March 2000, is a private-law legal, non-profit organization that directly reports to the General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT) of the Greek Ministry of Development. The prime mission of CERTH is to carry out fundamental and applied research with emphasis on the development of novel products and services of industrial, economic and social importance in the following fields: (i) Chemical and Biochemical Processes and Advanced Functional Materials; (ii) Information and Telecommunications; (iii) Land, Sea and Air Transportation; (iv) Agrobiotechnology and Food Engineering; (v) Environmental Friendly Technologies for Solid Fuels and Alternative Energy Sources; (vi) Biomedical Informatics, Biomedical Engineering, Biomolecular Medicine and Pharmacogenetic. CERTH's prime goal is to maintain its leading role as a center of excellence within the newly established European Research Area (ERA). As a result, strong emphasis will be placed on research and technological priorities consistent with the objectives of the 7th European Framework Programs and the future technological prospects of the international industry.
The Department of Software Engineering was founded in 2000 within the Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics, University of Craiova, Romania. The department has two important missions: Education and Research. We will develop and produce excellent computer engineers who will support the software market of Romania and Europe. The Department of Software Engineering emphasizes teaching and research in the areas of multimedia, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, expert systems, image processing, distributed systems, parallel algorithms, formal languages, natural languages, distributed databases, algorithms theory. We provide a faculty that is committed to education and research, is accessible to students, and is highly qualified in their areas of expertise. The department publishes a scientific journal, “Else Software”, in software engineering areas.
Founded in 1915, the Social and Economic Sciences Faculty of the University of Geneva was one of the first of Europe to merge the principal disciplines of economic sciences and social sciences. This multi-domain character of the faculty, which marked it as of its creation, appears through the broad range of the disciplines which it teaches, the titles that it delivers, and by the diversity of the research carried out under its responsibility. The SES faculty is the bigest of the University of Geneva with more than 3.500 students and 280 faculty members and scientific collaborators. The faculty delivers 9 bachelor degrees (Geography, Business Management, Economic and Social History, International Relations, Economic Sciences, Political Sciences, Socioeconomics, Sociology and Information systems) and 15 master degrees (Business Management, Information Systems and Communications, Economic sciences, Human geography, Sociology, Political science, Economic and Social history, Public Management, Communication and the Media sciences, Demography, Socioeconomics, Gender studies, accounting, Financial control, and International trading).