Aalborg University to head European research project in embedded systems  

2008.01.16
A new European research project headed by Aalborg University is set to develop embedded IT systems over the next three years
A new European research project headed by Aalborg University is set to develop embedded IT systems over the next three years. Quasimodo, an abbreviation of Quantitative System Properties in Model-Driven-Design of Embedded Systems, has a total budget of EUR 2.7m (USD 4m), of which EU funding accounts for approx. EUR 2m (USD 3m) under its 7th Framework Programme for information and communication technology.
 
The main objective of Quasimodo is to increase the competitiveness of Danish and European companies which develop embedded systems, a market which is forecast to grow from DKK 279bn (USD 55.8bn) in 2004 to DKK 536bn (USD 107bn) in 2009.
 
Professor Kim G. Larsen of Aalborg University said in a press release: "We consider it a great recognition of the groundbreaking research conducted at the Centre for Embedded Software Systems, CISS, and at the Department of Computer Science that we have gained this project and the responsible job of heading it."
 
The project's start-up meeting is being held this week at Aalborg University. "The great interest among leading researchers to participate in this meeting shows that it is an important and professionally interesting project to be part of," said Larsen.
 
Quasimodo partners comprise universities and private sector companies from Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and France.
 

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