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EUROCOR (V2017):
Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Advanced Transport Telematics.
Scope: Integrated modelling and control of traffic flow in corridor networks with application and implementation in Paris and Amsterdam.
Funds: 170,000 ECU (1992-1995).

QUO VADIS (V2042): Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Advanced Transport Telematics.
Scope: Application and implementation of route guidance and driver information algorithms to the highway network of Scotland and to a network in Aalborg, Denmark.
Funds: 187,000 ECU (1992-1995).

OBERE ILLER: Funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).
Scope: Development of a central control system for distributed retention reservoirs with application and implementation to the sewer network Obere Iller.
Funds: 253,000 DM (1994-1999).

TABASCO (TR1054): Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Transport Telematics.
Scope: Integrated Urban Traffic Control with Applications to the Networks of Glasgow and Belfast.
Funds:141,000 ECU (1996-1998).

COMFORTABLE: Funded by the European Commission (DG VII), Directorate General for Transport.
Scope: Surveillance tools for maritime traffic.
Funds: 40,000 ECU (1996-1998).

PENED: Funded by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.
Scope: System Reliability and Related Problems
Funds: 8.000.000 DRA (1996-1998).

DACCORD (TR1017): Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Transport Telematics.
Scope: Coordinated Dynamic Traffic Management with Applications to the Ile-de-France Network, the Ville de Paris Network, the Amsterdam Periurban Network, and the Venice-Padua Motorway.
Funds: 450,000 ECU (1996-1999).

DELPHI: Funded by the European Commission (DG III), ESPRIT Programme.
Scope: Sales Forecasting and Integrated Logistics Operations
Funds: 246.000 ECU (1998-2000)

CHANIASYN: Funded by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.
Scope: Central, Real-Time Traffic Control in Urban Networks with application and implementation in the city of Chania.
Funds: 17.600.000 DRA (1999-2001).

PENED: Funded by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.
Scope: Stochastic Control of Optical Systems for Observatories.
Funds: 16.000.000 DRA (2000-2001).

OMNI: Funded by European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Information Society Technologies.
Scope: Integrated architecture for urban traffic control and development of an internet information system with implementation in Chania.
Funds: 140,000 € (2000-2003) plus 26,000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

SMART NETS: Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Information Society Technologies.
Scope: Implementation and Field-Evaluation of the Urban Traffic Control Strategy TUC in Southampton (U.K.), Munich (D) and Chania (GR).
Funds: 430,000 € (2001-2004) plus 85,000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

RHYTHM: Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Information Society Technologies.
Scope: Motorway Traffic Surveillance and Control Employing Video Sensor Technology.
Funds: 246,000 € (2001-2004) plus 47,000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

EYE IN THE SKY: Funded by the European Commission (DG XIII), R&D Programme Information Society Technologies.
Scope: Advanced Data Fusion for Traffic Monitoring and Prediction.
Funds: 88,374 € (2001-2004) plus 15,500 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

WWT & SYSENG: funded by the European Commission (DG Research), Human Potential Programme, Research Training Networks.
Scope: Getting systems engineering into regional wastewater treat-ment strategies. Funds: 166,764 € over 4 years (2002-2006) plus 45.000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

EURAMP: funded by the European Commission (DG INFSO), R&D Programme Information Society Technologies.
Scope: Ramp Metering for Motorway Networks.
Funds: 449,000 € over 3 years (2004-2007) plus 125.000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

CONNECT: funded by the European Commission (DG TREN), FP6-2002-Transport.
Scope: Network of excellence for Coordination of concepts for new collective transport.
Funds: 8,400 € over 2 years (2004-2006) plus 1.500 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

ETNITE: funded by the European Commission (DG EDUC), Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
Scope: European network for training and education in Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Funds: 15,500 € over 2.5 years (2004-2007).

RFC-Research Support 2004: funded by the TUC Research Funds Commitee (RFC).
Scope: Development of a user-friendly environment for the optimal parameter selection in an adaptive control system.
Funds: 5,000 € over 1 year (2004-2005).

PYTHAGORAS: funded by the Greek National Education Ministry.
Scope: Development of an integrated motorway network control system and its evaluation via microscopic simulation.
Funds: 60,000 € over 1.5 years (2005-2006).

PENED: funded by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.
Scope: Development and evaluation of a new real-time traffic signal control strategy for urban road networks.
Funds: 45,000 € over three years (2005-2008).

PENED: funded by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.
Scope: Development and evaluation of a central flow control strategy for sewer networks with emphasis on special needs and potential applications in Greece.
Funds: 45,000 € over three years (2005-2008).

COOPERS: funded by the European Commission, FP6-2004-IST- 4.
Scope: Co-operative Networks for Intelligent Road Safety.
Funds: 72,320 € over four years (2005-2009) plus 17.000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

ΑNTREOFF: funded by the Mobility and Public Works Department of the Flemish Government (Belgium).
Scope: Offline application of the RENAISSANCE tool to the motor-way network around Antwerp.
Funds: 33,610 € for 11 months (2007-2008).

NEARCTIS: funded by the European Commission (DG INFSO), R&D Programme ICT (Information and Communication Technologies)
Scope: Network of Excellence for Advanced Road Cooperative Traf-fic Management in the Information Society.
Funds: 298,000 € over 5 years (2008-2013) plus 15,000 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

sFLY: funded by the European Commission (DG INFSO), R&D Pro-gramme ICT (Information and Communication Technologies).
Scope: Swarm of flying micro-robots
Funds: 420,700 € for three years (2009-2011).

TUC Kifisias – Attiki Odos: funded by Attiki Odos.
Scope: Application of the traffic signal control strategy TUC to the subnetwork Kifisias – Attiki Odos.
Funds: 42,000 € (plus VAT) for 1 year (2009-2010).

MULTITUDE: funded by the European Commission COST Programme (Action TU0903).
Scope: Methods and tools for supporting the use, calibration and validation of traffic simulation models.
Funds: Networking funds over 4 years (2009-2013).

AGILE: funded by the European Commission (DG INFSO), R&D Programme Networked Embedded and Control Systems.
Scope: Development and applications of advanced adaptive automatic control methods.
Funds: 120,000 € over 3 years (2010-2013).

HERACLEITUS ΙΙ: co-funded by the Greek Ministry of Education and the European Social Fund.
Scope: Advanced methods of traffic flow modelling and control for freeway networks.
Funds: 45.000 € over 3 years (2010-2013).

ARTS: funded by the European Commission COST Programme (Action  TU1102).
Scope: Towards autonomic road transport support systems.
Funds: Networking funds over 4 years (2011-2015).

ARCHIMEDES III-1 SMOOTH: co-funded by the European Commission and the Greek Government, Ministry of Education.
Scope: Development of a software system for automatic selection of macro-scopic traffic models for urban and interurban motorways.
Funds: 24,000 € over 3 years (2012-2014).

ARCHIMEDES III-2: co-funded by the European Commission and the Greek Government, Ministry of Education.
Scope: Real time public transport priority.
Funds: 28,000 € over 3 years (2012-2015).

ARCHIMEDES III-3 DIANA: co-funded by the European Commission and the Greek Government, Ministry of Education.
Scope: Development of novel algorithms and a decision support system for designing urban transport systems.
Funds: 7,000 € over 3 years (2012-2014).

MCS-PERTH: funded by the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB Group) as a subcontract for Main Roads Western Australia.
Scope: Modelling, configuration and simulation testing for managed free-ways pilot project using a meso-model.
Funds: 80,000 € over 1 year (2012-2013).

TRAMAN21: funded by the European Commission, European Research Council Executive Agency, Advanced Investigator Grant.
Scope: Traffic management for the 21st century.
Funds: 1,496,880 € over 5 years (2013-2018) plus 306,450 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

COST Action TD1207: funded by the European Commission COST Programme (Action TD1207).
Scope: Mathematical optimization in the decision support systems for effi-cient and robust energy networks.
Funds: Networking funds over 4 years (2013-2017).

Local4Global: funded by the European Commission (DG Connect), Cooperation Programme Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
Scope: Development, application, testing and evaluation of a generic meth-odology/system for globally optimising Technical Systems of Systems (TSoS) via local control actions.
Funds: 311,320 € over 3 years (2013-2016) plus 66,774 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

PADECOT: funded by the European Commission, Marie Skłodowska-Curie In-dividual Fellowships (MSCA-IF-2016) for Dr. Nikolaos Bekiaris-Liberis.
Scope: Partial differential equation model-based control of traffic flow.
Funds: 152,653 € over 2 years (2017-2019) plus 1,550 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

INFRAMIX: funded by the European Commission, Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action, Automated Road Transport (H2020-ART).
Scope: Road infrastructure concepts for mixed (manual and automated/connected) vehicle traffic flow.
Funds: 386,375 € over 3 years (2017-2020) plus 2,288 € additional funds by the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology.

STOHOS: co-funded by the European Commission and the Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religion.
Scope: Design of optimal vehicle movement on the motorways of the future.
Funds: 40,600 € over 2 years (2017-2019).

 

 

 

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