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International visibility

During the the existence of CEBE, more than 15 international projects (incl. eight FP7/H2020 research projects) and 20 national grants have been launched, which shows the potential of CEBE's sustainability. The FP7 projects DIAMOND and CREDES were coordinated by CEBE having as partners IBM and Ericsson. CREDES was ranked as one of the best 10 projects in the competition amoung 500 proposals. An FP7 STREP project BASTION has started in 2014 with two Estonian partners TTU (CEBE) and Testonica Lab (spin-off from TTU), the latter is acting as the coordinator. The project won the 2-nd ranking among 40 proposals, and its challenge is to solve the today's most hot topic problem of ageing of electronics and to reveal the secrets of No-Failure-Found problem which costs annually over 50 Euros per family today. The future car electronics is estimated to die after 2-3 years of operation due to CMOS ageing. So, the actions are urgently needed, and the BASTION project with the leadership of two Estonian partners incl. CEBE in cooperation with prominent European companies and universities has been selected to make breakthrough in improving the dependability and longevity of electronic products. Recently a new H2020 project IMMORTAL (2015-2018) has started. It is coordinated by CEBE (ATI prof. Jaan Raik) and it is the first H2020 project coordinated by an Esnonian institution. In IMMORTAL, a consortium of leading European academic and industrial players aim at combining their expertise in developing an integrated, cross-layer modeling based tool framework for fault management, verification and reliable design of dependable Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS).

Project acronym

Period

Position

FP7: VERTIGO

2006-2008

Partner

FP7: SMARTMUSEUM

2008-2010

Partner

FP7: CREDES

2009-2011

Coordinator

FP7: DIAMOND

2010-2012

Coordinator

FP7: SAFEMETAL

2010-2012

Partner

FP7: HERMES

2012-2014

Partner

FP7: BASTION

2014-2016

Coordinator

H2020: IMMORTAL

2015-2018

Coordinator