SYMBIOTIC 2016 – 5TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON SYMBIOTIC INTERACTION

After three successful editions in London, Helsinki and Berlin, the 2016 edition of the Symbiotic workshop will be held in Padua this year, September 29-30, 2016! The workshop is the primary venue to presents scientific works dealing with the symbiotic relationships between humans and computers and to discuss the nature and implications of such relationship, including … Continue reading

CEEDs Final Review, Barcelona 29th April 2015

Brainfet – 1st workshop on Future Emerging NeuroTechnologies – starts today

The 1st Clustering Workshop on Future Emerging NeuroTechnologies starts today at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Genova, Italy. This workshop aims at clustering a relatively small subset of the European FET community, particularly active on Brain inspired ICT, Neurotechnologies, novel materials, and computational approaches. It is a unique opportunity to learn about ongoing research and … Continue reading

‘Human Interactive’ Conference & ‘Creative Machine’ Exhibition – Goldsmiths, 6th Nov 2014

Registration is now open for two events (‘Human Interactive’ Conference & ‘Creative Machine’ Exhibition) which will be held at Goldsmiths on November 6th. Jonathan Freeman – CEEDs project coordinator – will be talking about his work at Goldsmiths and i2 media research, presenting some of the ideas we are developing in the CEEDs project. Human Interactive The inaugural … Continue reading

RIOT: Revolutionizing the Internet of Things

Fablab Pisa and Italy Internet Festival (a nationwide festival that will take place in Pisa, Italy, 9-12 October), is organising a Hackathon on the topic of IoT (i.e., Internet of Things). The event will be called “RIOT: Revolutionizing the Internet of Things” and will be held in Pisa on October 10-12. For more details, visit: http://www.iothackathon.org  (English Translation: http://goo.gl/1nbICH ). Up … Continue reading

CEEDs @ RE.WORK Technology Summit

The first RE.WORK Technology Summit held last week in Shoreditch, east London, was a success. It was the first in a series of summits that aim to “re-work” some of the globe’s greatest challenges, featuring speakers from MIT, Oxford University, IBM, the Future of Humanity Institute and the Google Lunar X Prize. Jonathan Freeman, coordinator of the CEEDs … Continue reading

RE.WORK Technology Summit, 18-19 Sep 2014 – London

The 2014 edition of the RE.WORK Technology Summit (London, September 18th-19th) will explore new technological advancements shaping the future of business and society. Jonathan Freeman, coordinator of the CEEDs project, is on the list of confirmed speakers. For more information about this event, please visit: http://www.re-work.co.    

The Robot Self Workshop at ‪‎Living Machine 2014

The Robot Self is the name given to a one-day Workshop that will be held on July 29th in Milan, Italy. The workshop, which is being held as part of the Living Machine Conference, is organised by Tony Prescott, from Sheffield University, and Paul Verschure (CEEDs Scientific Director) from Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona, will examine … Continue reading

CEEDs @ LAVAL VIRTUAL 2014 – in pictures

Last week CEEDs was in France at Laval Virtual 2014, where its neuroscience application called Brainx3 (embodied exploration of neural data) was showcased to hundreds of visitors by the SPECS laboratory  team. It was a huge success, and CEEDs have had lots of great feedback from those who had the opportunity to have a closer look at the CEED innovative system … Continue reading

As posted last week, CEEDs will be showcased at the 16th International Conferences and Exhibition of Virtual Technologies and Uses, which will take place from 9-13th April in Laval, France. We now have an official page on the exhibitor section: http://www.laval-virtual.org/en/exhibitors/list-of-exhibitors/141-brainx3-embodied-exploration-of-neural-data.html. BrainX3, the CEEDs application that will be showcased, will allows visitors to navigate through a 3D human brain … Continue reading

  • FET project

  • EC funded

  • Under FP7

  • Project details

    Project number: 258749
    Call (part) identifier: FP7-ICT-2009-5
    Project Start Date: 1st September 2010
    Project Duration: 48 month