List of Partners

AGH University of Science and Technology

AGH University of Science and Technology, founded in 1919, is ranked as one of the top Polish universities involved in research and education in information technologies. The University consists of 16 faculties and employs about 2000 faculty members serving nearly 30 000 students within undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing education programmes.


FQS Poland is a wholly owned subsidiary of its founding shareholder, Fujitsu Kyushu Systems Limited, a leading system engineering company in Japan. FQS Poland was established to serve as an FJQS European center for research and development of scientific software. It is our intention to provide premier products and services consistent with the existing Fujitsu portfolio for the worldwide market and facilitate transfer of European technologies to Japan and vice versa.


IRINOVE is a French NGO, founded by Nicolas Evain in 2012, which provides small and large organizations with Project Management capabilities, centered on European projects. IRINOVE expands these capabilities with the experience and background of its members in technological areas. Former directors of laboratories or major programs leaders in large groups such as Thales, IBM, Bull they have launched, led or participated in many European Programs.

National University Corporation Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST): One of the key objectives at School of Information Science, JAIST, is to promote international-level cutting-edge research in Japan as well as in the world. The number of its staff and other factors make the School of Information Science at JAIST one of Japan's leading information science faculties and departments. The school, therefore, is well-positioned to cover a broad area of research. Moreover, one of the key features of the school since its establishment has been to focus on basic research in anticipation of developments in the field of information science.

Oulun Yliopisto

University of Oulu (UOULU) : The Department of Communications Engineering (DCE) and CWC represent leading academic wireless communications research renowned by the world-wide research community. The basic research conducted at DCE/CWC is divided into four research groups: Radio Access Technologies, Communication Signal Processing, Internetworking and Wireless Systems which concentrates mainly on application-oriented research.

Technische Universitaet Dresden

Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of eleven German universities that were identified by the German government as an ‘excellence university’. TUD is the largest university in the state Saxony today. It provides an excellent studying and working environment for about 36,500 students and 5.320 permanent employees (among those, 507 are professors). TUD is strong in research, offering first-rate programs with an overwhelming diversity, with close ties to culture, industry and society

Technische Universitaet Ilmenau

Technische Universität Ilmenau (TUIL): TUIL is located in the centre of Germany and has a long academic tradition since 1894. It hosts about 7.000 students in fourteen different majors. Since 2001 the Thuringian Ministery of Science, Research and Art has been funding a long-term focus programme on mobile communications at TUIL with the involvement of more than 10 different research laboratories including the Measurement Engineering Laboratory that will take active part within the project.

Thales Communications & Security SAS: Project Coordinator

Thales Communications & Security (TCS) is one of the few companies in the world to address all telecommunications segments. TCS is a major branch of the Thales Group. The Thales Group revenues total €12.7 billion, half from the civilian businesses and half in the defence domains. TCS division revenues reached € 2.8 Billion employing 13,000 people in 20 countries. The segments of the telecommunications market we cover include radio-communications, IP networks, satellite communication, network administration and security. TCS has a long experience in mission critical Information Systems and secure infrastructures for systems and networks, including Internet and Intranets.

Ubitech Ltd

UbiTech vision is to develop IP-based user-centric and personalised ubiquitous services based on our UBiNET platform. Our innovative technology provides self-organised wireless device communication protocols that have the ability of cognition and adaptation. Thus, the ubiquitous services are intelligent, autonomous and adaptive to ambient conditions in order to provide users with highest quality communication. That’s what makes our UBiNET platfom unique and regarded as a cornerstone of future wireless communications.

University Of Surrey: Technical Manager

The Centre for Communication Systems Research (CCSR) is a research centre at University of Surrey, UK. With more than 160 actively researching members, CCSR is the largest academic communications research centre in Europe with extensive activities with academia and industry in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world. The Centre is unique with expertise in both satellite and terrestrial communication systems.

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