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FP 7 European Project « AthenaPlus »www.athenaplus.eu – 2013-2015
 
University of Savoie was in charge of multilingual terminology issues. A software environment called TMP2 was developped based on an ontoterminology-oriented engine.
 
The principal objectives of the AthenaPlus project were to: I) Contribute more than 3.6 millions metadata records to Europeana; II) Improve search, retrieval and re-use of Europeana’s content, bettering multilingual terminology management; III) Experiment with enriched metadata their re-use adapted for users with different needs .
 
Xu Guangqi Project – 2015
 
A one year project in collaboration with the University of Liaocheng (Shandong district, China) about multilingual terminology applied the ISO Standards.
 
Interreg IV European Project « Ontoreverse » – 2013-2015
 
University of Savoie was in charge of the ontoterminlogy dimension of the project. An ontoterminology-oriented engine dedicated to software engineering was developped. The domain ontoterminologies were specified in collaboration with experts.
 
The Ontoreverse project is about reverse engineering based on domain ontologies. The main idea is that understanding programs relies on matching domain concepts with software structures.
 
PAULIF Project – 2012-2014
 
A 2 years project with Portugal (University NOVA of Lisbon) on Terminology and Knowledge Organization in Medecine.
 
FP 7 European Project « SIERA » – 2011-2014
 
On behalf of University NOVA of Lisbon.
 
The general objective of the project is to reinforce closer scientific cooperation between EU and Palestinian scientists in the field of multilingual and multicultural knowledge sharing technologies (The diversity of languages, cultures and standards are the main barriers to sharing and consuming knowledge).
 
FP 7 European Project « Linked Heritage »www.linkedheritage.org – 2011-2013
 
University of Savoie was in charge of the Workspackage 3 on Terminology.
 
The Linked Heritage Project had 3 main objectives:
I) to contribute large quantities of new content to Europeana, from both the public and private
sectors; II) to demonstrate enhancement of quality of content, in terms of metadata richness, re-use potential and uniqueness; III) to demonstrate enable improved search, retrieval and use of Europeana content.
 
European Project Tempus « Pal-Gov » – 2010-2012
 
Advanced tutorials on Knowledge Engineering, Ontology, Terminology, and Lexical Semantics
 
The project aims to develop a set of contemporary knowledge materials by the Partner Universities,
consistent with EU standards that will fulfill the needs of the national plans of Palestine to implement IT based solutions for e-Government. The project will the foster transfer of state-of-the-art knowledge and bestpractices from Europe to Palestine on electronic services in general, and e-Governmental services in particular..
 
Interreg III European Project « GICOM » – 2006-2008
 
Projet franco-suisse, monté en collaboration avec l’Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, le projet « Gestion Innovante des Compétences de l’Organisation et des Métiers » a permis de proposer une méthode de gestion de compétences et de connaissances centrée sur les notions d’ontologie et de compétence.
 
European Project FP6 « ASTECH » – 2006-2008
 
The main technical goal of the project was to set-up Technology Resource Centres in Europe, with the aim of building bridges between the technology providers (research centres, architects, local actors, etc.).
 
Interreg II European Project « MAPPING » – 1999-2002
 
Projet franco-italien, monté en collaboration avec le CERIS du Centre National de la Recherche à Turin, le projet « MAPPING : Méthode d’Aide au Pilotage au Pilotage de Projets Innovation Globale » avait pour objectif la mise au point d’une méthode de diagnostic de l’innovation reposant sur la modélisation des connaissances stratégiques de l’entreprise et de ses savoir-faire.
 
Eureka European Project « PVS98 » – 1996-2000
 
The main objective of the EU 1439 Eureka project was to specify and develop a new architecture based on a FIPA (Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents) Multi-Agent System and Ontology for Enterprise Modeling.
 

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