Developing models that allow us to actual human behaviour at a large-scale.
The IBSEN project aims to create a repertoire of human behaviour in large structured groups for the modelling of real-world societal scenarios. This is done via controlled experiments based on software and specific analytical tools. The goal is to provide a breakthrough in research in social sciences.
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Future Tech Week 2020: Shining a Spotlight on the Science Creating Tomorrow’s Technologies
Culture & Society
About 100 EIC Pathfinder FET projects shared their successes, results and findings at the second annual Future Tech Week, hosted by FETFX in partnership with the European Innovation Council
How machines can learn from human behaviour
Artificial intelligence & IT
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Building phonon-based IT devices that will consume lower power at room temperature
- Start-up/spin-off launched
Interconnecting the spread of infectious diseases with social, economic and other systemic aspects, able to analyse the systemic risk inherent to epidemics and social contagion processes.
Creating an octopus-inspired robot that can be useful in various applications including actuators and sensing
Finding new ways to protect endangered species and the environment by integrating artificial intelligence-based robotic animals
Studied and re-created the symbiotic relationships between robots and plants to produce natural self-sustaining architectural elements
Using lasers to create biomimetic surfaces that reduce friction reduction and lubricate materials for certain applications