Teaching – Final review meeting

The TEACHINGH2020 consortium was gathered last Friday, on the 20th of October, for the final review meeting of the project. Our partner, Harokopio University of Athens has hosted us on its premises, in Athens, Greece. The project was running for 42 months in a smooth and efficient way, and by the end of this fruitful collaboration, we were all happy as we managed to reach the project milestones and developed a well-featured and multilayered platform. 

The project started in January 2020 and ended in June. Through this spectacular performance by all the partners and the dedicated effort, we have achieved all the #TEACHINGH2020 ‘s objectives. It is worth mentioning that within the project duration, initiatives for cross-project collaborations have been established, reaching in this way the dissemination and communication KPIs. Moreover, the idea of partnering together with 6 more EU-funded projects into the HRB Services and creating a Joint Cluster “NextGenCPSoS”, worked more than efficiently on behalf of the project purpose. We all seek to enhance the development and awareness of the next generation of Cyber-physical Systems of Systems (CPSoS) You can find more info in TEACHING’s website, here.

TEACHING is a computing Toolkit for building Efficient Autonomous appliCations leveraging Humanistic INtelliGence. An EU-funded project that designed a computing platform and the associated software toolkit supporting the development and deployment of autonomous, adaptive and dependable CPSoS applications, allowing them to exploit sustainable human feedback to drive, optimize and personalize the provisioning of their services.

Congratulations to all the partners and the researchers who have accompanied us within this 4years journey. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and the scientific and technical difficulties we have requested to face, the project ended with great feedback and the encouragement of rethinking the vision of TEACHING with ‘version2’, the TEACHING 2.0!

ITML was leading the WP6 of the TEACHING project “Communication, Dissemination, Standardization and Exploitation”. ITML has focused on exploiting the TEACHING findings to enhance and strengthen its positioning within the EU market and establish further collaborations. The main objective was to deliver the outcomes of TEACHING to citizens, market/stakeholders and the research community by maximizing the impact and subsequently raising awareness. Moreover, ITML was contributing to many tasks and work packages due to the technical development of the project and the integration of the Aviation and Autonomous Driving Use Cases. Lastly, ITML has successfully led Task 3.4 with the main scope of ensuring CPSoS dependability by the implementation of an AI-based functionality.