ERI 2014 Call – Overview

The Entrepreneurial Research Initiatives (ERIs) 2014 call selected six projects with a common technological base: two of them search for solutions on health area and another two aim to find solutions on industrial sector. The last two selected proposals focus on monitoring global data streams to context-aware recommendations and on creating new ways of collecting and processing a moving city data in order to improve urban management and planning.

More than 40 institutions of higher education and research, as well as the Carnegie Mellon University and companies, from startups to multinationals, are involved.

The 2014 call had 24 applications submitted and the six proposals approved for funding have a total budget of 5,2 million Euros for four years. 

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2014 Entrepreneurial Research Initiatives
Six proposals were approved for funding, with a total budget of approximately 5.2 million Euros for four years. 

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