Information Society Research and Technology Development Summaries of Projects started in 2001 (Calls 4, 5, 6) Volume II



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Participants


Participant name

Part. short name

Country

Status*

EUROCOPTER

EC

France

C-F

UMWELTSCHUTZ NORD

UN

Germany

P

ISO Informatique

ISOI

France

C-S

QUEST Computing LTD

Quest

Ireland

P

PRODUTEC Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH

PDT

Germany

P

Donau-Universitat Krems

DUK

Austria

P



Start Date : September 2001

Duration : 26 months




IST-2000-29518

E-VOTE


An Internet Based Electronic Voting System
Project Summary
The objectives of the project are to design, implement and validate an Internet-based electronic voting system that will provide the required services for organizing and conducting a voting process.

The main functionalities that the e-VOTE system will support are ballot generation, specification of voting precincts, voters registration and credential validation, calculation of the vote tally and communication of candidate parties with the public.

The system will be accessible through, mainly, conventional Web browsers, and WAP-enabled mobile phones. Furthermore, it will exhibit a Voting Protocol that can prevent opportunities for fraud or for sacrificing the voter's privacy, by implementing a wide set of security criteria and thus enjoying much of the trust and confidence of voters and process organizers. Personnel specializing on voting procedures, legal aspects, as well as on the sociological and behavioral aspects of such processes and systems will be employed for testing e-VOTE’s acceptability.
Contact point


Alkis VAHLAS

Quality and Reliability International s.a.

Rue de la Gare, 65

L-1611 Luxembourg

Luxembourg


Tel.: +352 40 08 11-1

Fax: +352 40 00 83



E-mail: info@contact-business.com


Participants


Participant name

Part. short name

Country

Status*

QUALITY & RELIABILITY INTERNATIONAL S.A.

QRI

L

CO

COMMUNAUTE URBAINE ET VILLE DE STRASBOURG

CUS

F

CR

CRYPTOMATHIC A/S

CRM

DK

CR

QUALITY & RELIABILITY A.E.

Q&R

GR

CR

UNIVERSITAET GESAMTHOCHSCHULE ESSEN

ESSEN

D

CR

UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEAN


AEGAEN

GR

CR



Start Date : 1st October 2001

Duration : 30 months




IST-2000-29545

DOMINO


Dynamic Organisational Management for Inter-Firm Network Orchestrations
Project Summary
DOMINO addresses the issue of management in dynamic organizational forms in terms of strategy, structure, processes and people. The primary objective of the project is to maximize the current understanding in this field and thus to set the basis of common reference. To this end, the project will pursue the development of an organizational and business taxonomy, presenting the types and the characteristics of dynamic organizations, the analysis and explanation of the evolution of strategy, human resources, R&D and management across firm boundaries, and eventually the development of an organizational and business roadmap for firms adopting e-Business models. The success of the project lies, so much on the innovative research character as to the awareness efforts required for maximizing its business and academic impact. Therefore, the project will establish a Knowledge Portal and will pay a lot of attention in the ways project results are disseminated and exploited.
Contact point


Angeliki Poulymenakou

Athens University of Economics and Business (eLTRUN)

76, Patission Str.

10434 Athens

Greece


Tel.: +30-1-8203154/160

Fax: +30-1-8203154


E-mail: akp@aueb.gr

URL: www.eltrun.aueb.gr




Participants


Participant name

Part. short name

Country

Status*

RESEARCH CENTER OF ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS

RC-AUEB

EL

C

HANDELSHOEJ SKOLEN KOEBENHAVN “KOPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL”

CBS

DK

P

WESTFAELISCHE WILHELMSUNIVERSITAET

MUENSTER


MUENSTER

D

P

INSTITUT FUER TECHNOLOGIE MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITAET ST. GALLEN

ITEM

CH

P

DIOS A/S DANISH INSTITUTE FOR ORGANIZATION

DIOS

DK

P

EXODUS S.A.

EXODUS

EL

P

NAMICS

NAMICS

CH

P

PROJECT ONLINE S.A.

PON

EL

A

EFFICIENT CONSUMER RESPONSE SCHWEIZ

ASSOCIATIONitata



ECR CH

CH

A

NEW WORLD MULTIMEDIA APS

NEW WORLD APS.

DK

A



Start Date : (Unknown)

Duration : 18 months




IST-2000-29556

NASTEC


Building trust in networking in Newly Associated States through the use of secure information society technologies
Project Summary
The NASTEC project is intended to foster the usage of European-based security technology in Newly Associated States (NAS) for the purpose of building trust and confidence in the growing application of open networks, as for instance e- commerce, e-administration, e-business and tele-working. The technical framework will be security technology based on international standards and developed within EU funded projects. The framework will consist of third-party services for identification and authentication provided within an interworking public key infrastructure that spans beyond the boundaries of EU. The target audience of the dissemination including training and education are universities with their student population - enabling on-line e-based student administration, user groups of new GIS based tourist services for wide audience of mobile users, RTD projects and programs seeking security services for their on-going activities.
Contact point


Aleksej Jerman-Blazic

Zavod za varnostne tehnologije informacijske druzbe in elektronsko poslovanje

Jamova 39

1000 Ljubjana

SLOVENIA


Tel.: + 386 1 477 37 39

Fax: + 386 1 423 21 18



E-mail: setcce@e5.ijs.si


Participants


Participant name

Part. short name

Country

Status*

Zavod za varnostne tehnologije informacijske druzbe in elektronsko poslovanje

SETCCE

SI

C

Politecnico di Torino

Polito

I

P

GMD Forschungszentrum Informationstechnik Gmbh

GMD

D

P

SECUDE Gmbh

SECUDE

D

P

Politechnica University of Bucharest

UPB

RO

P

Politechnika Wroclawska

PWR

PL

P



Start Date : 1st June 2001

Duration : 24 months




IST-2000-29568

NEWTIME


New E-work Techniques in Micro-enterprises
Project Summary
NEWTIME’s aim is to determine the success factors and typical problems for migration of micro-business IST networks from first generation low bandwidth, telework-enabled, networks towards networks with broadband IST at their core. Objectives include identifying the tools and techniques most valuable in new generation networks; identifying the individual technical and social skills as well as organisational needs emerging from first encounters between micro-businesses and high bandwidth access (ISDN, ADSL, SDSL, UMTS); reviewing the place of facilitation/mentoring; and linking to economic development and SME facilitation activities. Development guidelines and case studies exemplifying best-practice synthesised from NEWTIME results will be widely disseminated in the IST and product design communities, business schools, SME advisors/trainers and to early adopting micro-businesses.
Contact point


Dr. Colin Gray

Open University Business School

Walton Hall

Milton Keynes

MK7 6AA

United Kingdom



Tel.: (44-1908) 655862

Fax: (44-1908) 654746


E-mail: C.W.J.A.Gray@open.ac.uk




Participants


Participant name

Part. short name

Country

Status*

Open University Business School

OUBS

UK

CO

Addico Cornix Ltd

Cornix

UK

CR

Alfamicro Sistemas de Computerdores LDA

Alfamicro

P

CR

Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia

CRES

I

CR

Danish Technology Institute

DTI

DK

CR

Asociacion Foro Europeo de Telematica y Teletrabajo - European Telework/ Telematics Forum

ECTF

E

CR

Edu Euro i Skelleftea Aktiebolag

Edu Euro AB

S

CR



Start Date : 1st September 2001

Duration : 24 months




IST-2000-29569

AEQUITAS


Trust frame for electronic documents exchange between European judicial operators
Project Summary
Civil procedural system for the resolution of conflicts, is by definition, a complex system, where several organizations interrelationed to each other take part, developing its activity following procedures very varied. Owing to the fact the judicial system has great secure and confidential requirements and procedures very established, always it has been very reluctant to the introduction of the new IST. The official communications between the Courts and the Attorneys and these with the Registrars, continuous being through certificated mail, and mainly, personally. This fact entails the following problems: Slowness in the processes, Possibility of mistakes and loss, Lack of security, responsibility identification and trust, as well as, historic registers maintenance and Task duplicity.
These problems will increase when the constitution of the global market is real. At this moment, very near, the market between European countries will increase substantially. That will create a rise in the communication between European Mercantile and Land Registrars. Additionally, if a dynamic communication, between the European Judicial operators is the target, the adaptation of the regulation of each country to a European regulation and to the standards is a new problem that is necessary to resolve.

The general objective is to speed up the procedures and to increase the effectiveness of the quality service that the judicial operators, specifically Registrars and Attorneys, render to the society, through the use of secure and confidential Internet communications. To achieve this general objective during this project there are going: to develop a Internet communication, secure, confidential, scalable and interoperable, between the Registrars and Attorneys into the methodology that is going to be implemented in Zaragoza (Spain) and between specific registrars of Spain, France and Portugal., To spread the results in European companies and judicial agents.


Contact point


Dr. José Félix Munoz

PSINET-SPAIN

Pasea Maria Agustin 4-6

50004 Zaragoza

Spain


Tel.: +34 976 44 32 77

Fax: +34 976 44 27 82



E-mail: jfm@encomix.com


Participants


Participant name

Part. short name

Country

Status*

TBS S.L.

TBS

E

C

COLEGIO DE REGISTRADORES

COL. REGISTRADORES

E

P

BCP REGNARD/GUENIX/BEDER/DONFER

GREFFIER DE PARIS

F

P

CONSEJO GENERAL DE LOS ILUSTRES COLEGIOS DE PROCURADORES DE ESPAnA

CONS. PROCURADORES

E

P

CAMARA DOS SOLICITADORES

CAM. SOLICITADORES

P

P

APTICE (ASOCIACIÓN PARA LA PROMOCIÓN DE LAS TECNOLOGÍAS DE LA INFORMACIÓN Y EL COMERCIO ELECTRÓNICO)

APTICE

E

P

UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA

UNIV. ZARAGOZA

E

P




Start Date : 1st August 2001

Duration : 20 months




IST-2000-29585

CEBOS


Cost Effective e-Business Operating Services for SMEs
Project Summary
The main objective of CEBOS is the establishment and evaluation of e-Market Places (Mediation Sites) that will progressively minimize the gap between SMEs and the International on line market. Through the project, CEBOS partners aim at:

  • Analysing European regional markets in order to identify business opportunities for on line SMEs. SMEs business models will be analised as well in order to identify their strategic business objectives.

  • Delivering Best Practice Models for Electronic Market Places at regional and European level.

  • Operating and validating the value added benefits of CEBOS mediator platform for cost efficient and supportive e-Business

  • Measuring the impact of such a customized model in regional SME markets.

  • Widely disseminating the CEBOS Business Cases in order to provide SMEs with a strategic competitive advantage in the digital economy.

More analytically, CEBOS strategic business objectives include the improvement of e-Business maturity in each regional environment of the project. During CEBOS project, extended dissemination activities will facilitate this objective along with the active participation of SMEs in its pilots and the establishment of e-Business reference nodes in each region.
Contact point


Ms. Thomais Pavlidou

Research and Development Manager

Pouliadis Associates Corp

142, Sygrou Av.

176 71 Athens - Greece


Tel.: +30 (01) 9283685

Fax: + 30 (01) 9241066



E-mail: t.pavlidou@pouliadis.gr




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