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Website: http://www.nomagic.lt/

CHOReOS

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Website: http://www.cefriel.it/
CEFRIEL, ICT Centre of Excellence for Research, Innovation, Education & industrial Labs partnership, is a unique centre where academic expertise and cutting edge business know-how meet and integrate. CEFRIEL pursues these objectives through leading research activities, innovative services to enterprises, master programs, and high-level ICT education to professionals. Since 1988, CEFRIEL has continuously improved its original mission to act as a link between the needs of Industry and University. Interaction between the two worlds results in cooperative research laboratories whose activities have led to a wide range of innovative software and hardware product and services. CEFRIEL is organized into four ICT technology  competence centres covering all information and communications areas of expertise, from microelectronics to software engineering. Moreover, CEFRIEL organization addresses multidisciplinary research and development of innovative services and solutions in crucial application sectors, i.e. eGovernment, ICT for Medicine, Public Protection, Media and Communication, Ambient Intelligence, Environment, Mobility, addressing both technological and project management issues.

CHOReOS, SOA4ALL

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Website: http://www.city.ac.uk/
The CITY University was founded in 1894 and is based close to the City of London, where it contributes significantly to the capital's academic, cultural and business life. It has almost 10,000 students from 153 countries and about 2,000 academic, technical and administration staff. Its School of Informatics is a fusion of Computing and Information Sciences, and has 35 full-time academics and a larger number of support staff and contract researchers. It has strong research expertise, with over 50% of its research outputs rated as at least internationally excellent, and 15% of the outputs as world leading in the 2008 UK Research Assessment Exercise.

The Centre for Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Design was founded in 1991 as a university-recognised focus of research excellence. It has an international reputation in requirements engineering research: a review of over 4000 publications from 1963-2006 [1] revealed that City is the world leader in the number of academic publications in requirements  engineering. City also topped the review of requirements journal publications. Average research income per annum is €750,000.

CHOReOS

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Website: http://www.isti.cnr.it/
The Italian National Research Council (CNR) is the main public research body of Italy. Constituted in 2002 as a merger between the two internationally renowned former Institutes CNUCE and IEI, ISTI is the largest institute of the CNR ICT Department and is committed to scientific excellence in research and technology transfer over Networking, Knowledge Science and Technologies, Software Science and Technologies, Visual and High Performance Computing.  In CHOReOS CNR-ISTI also involves as a third-party entity researchers from the University of Camerino. The Software Engineering Laboratory (SELab), led by Antonia Bertolino, brings in a solid expertise and a long outstanding research curriculum in software V&V, testing and analysis. Currently research is strongly focused in the development of methodologies and tools for functional and non-functional testing of component-based systems and Service-oriented Architectures

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Website: http://www.inria.fr
INRIA is the French-wide research institute on automation and computer science and engineering. It has many strong links with the CNRS French fundamental research institute, and also with universities around the country.

CHOReOS, Contrail, Jones, Play, Process 2.0, SCOrWare, Semeuse, SOA4ALL

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Website: http://www.mls.gr/
(MLS) was established in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1995 aiming at the development of web technologies, telematics applications, multimedia software and software protection.
MLS is the inventor of the MLS Laserlock software protection system and has been awarded the 1998 European Information Technology Grand Prize Winner. MLS has developed “MLS Destinator talk & drive” that is the leading Navigation product in the Greek Market (60% market share). MLS talk&drive utilizes speech recognition & synthesis as a primary interface for the user. It comes in a number of different devices, such as handheld devices (PDAs & PNA) and mobile phones. MLS is also the largest company in development, publishing and distribution of Greek Multimedia titles in Greece. MLS has shown remarkable research activity, testament to this is the number of projects undertaken and managed by MLS. MLS has participated in 15 national and European funded projects, with a combined budget of more than 5 million Euros.

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Website: http://www.ow2.org/
OW2 is an independent, global, open-source software community. OW2 developments follow a flexible, component-based approach. These components range from specific software frameworks, protocols and applications through to integrated, service-oriented platforms for enterprise computing. The consortium is an independent non-profit organization open to companies, public organizations, academia and individuals. OW2 is committed to growing a community of open source code developers. The organization is dedicated to the creation of new technology: original code development is one of its fundamental characteristics. OW2 champions the tenets of quality and usability of its software in the open source enterprise marketplace. It fosters a common technical architecture to be shared by its members and to facilitate the implementation of its technology by systems integrators and end-users. The OW2 projects aim at facilitating the development, deployment and management of distributed applications with a focus on open source middleware and related development and management tools. OW2's global community membership includes over  60 organizations, commercial, public and academic, and over 1100 individual members. With half the OW2 membership, Europe is leading the community, followed by Asia (30%), Latin America (10%) and North America (10%).

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Website: http://www.petalslink.com/
Petals Link is an IT open-source editor (SME) established on 2004 in Toulouse, France. With more than 30 people specialized in middleware technology and service oriented architecture, Petals Link provides a strong added value in term of service infrastructure technologies as well as modeling and development tools. Petals Link offers support and professional services for users of their technologies that are provided in open-source inside the OW2 open-source Consortium (www.ow2.org), the European open-source middleware community.

ALERT, CHOReOS, Contrail, Genesis, ISTA3, ISyCri, ITEmIS, Jones, Play, Process 2.0, Salty, SCOrWare, Semeuse, Siminthec, SOA4ALL, SocEDA, Synergy

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Website: http://www.socsimnet.com/
Vidzemes Augstskolas a?ent?ra “Sociotehnisku Sist?mu Inženierijas Instit?ts / Socio-technical Systems Engineering Institute of  Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences was founded in 2006.  It is a public funded scientific institution registered in the Register of Scientific institutions of Latvia. Research themes include: logistics information systems and RFID technologies; business process modelling and regional planning; hybrid and distributed simulation systems; e-democracy, a socio-technical evaluation and use of virtual and augmented reality in the training process. The logistics information systems and RFID laboratory was used for joint professional and academic research as a public-private partnership.  

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Website: http://www.thalesgroup.com/
With operations in 50 countries and 68,000 employees, Thales is a global technology leader for the aerospace, space, defence, security and transportation markets.

CHOReOS, Genesis, ISyCri, ITEmIS, Salty, SCOrWare, Semeuse, SocEDA

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Website: http://www.univaq.it/
UDA is the University of Aquila with more than 20.000 students and 700 researchers. The UDA team is represented by the Computer Science Dep. that has developed a solid research experience in the specification and validation of distributed software systems, in applied Logic and Artificial Intelligence, in the field of algorithms and data structure management and in the optimization field  for several application domains. In the Software Engineering area, the main focus of the research  activities are Software Architectures (SAs), Component Based Systems (CBS), Security and Verification issues, Ubiquitous Computing, and Software System Synthesis. It collaborates with several companies and participates in several national and international funded projects.

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Website: http://www.uoi.gr/gr/
The  UoI includes 17 academic Departments which altogether number 550 faculty Members of Academic Staff, 13,523 undergraduate students and more than 3,500 graduate students. The Distributed Data Management Laboratory (DMOD) is a laboratory operating in the context of the Department of Computer Science that performs research on various topics in distributed systems, software engineering, databases and management of data in general, parallel processing and visualization of data. In the Software Engineering  area, DMOD is focused in  the fields of software architecture and middleware. In the field of software architecture emphasis is placed on design, evolution and quality analysis methods, while in the area of middleware the focus is on pervasive and service-oriented computing. DMOD participates in several national  and European projects and cooperates with a large number of research groups and distinguished researchers worldwide.

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Website: http://www4.usp.br/
The University of São Paulo (USP), with over 5 thousand professors and 75 thousand students, is the largest research university in Latin America and is responsible for ¼ of the Brazilian scientific production. Its Department of Computer Science, located in the city of São Paulo, has a 35-year history in research in Computer Science and is responsible for solid undergraduate, masters, and PhD programs in Computer Science. The department's 40 professors carry out research in all fields of Computer Science.

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Website: http://www.vtrip.net/
Virtual Trip Ltd. is member of the V.TRIP Group, is a network-centric software development company founded in 2000. Currently it employs 35 computer scientists & engineers with offices in Heraklion (Crete), Athens and Thessaloniki. VTRIP provides products and services in the following fields: (1) Computer and Network  Systems: data server systems, mobile network applications and services, data streaming, network security, penetration testing, secure Intranets design and installation, security training for users and administrators, (2) High Performance Computing: Design and installation of high-performance computing systems, and (3) Web information Systems: Design and implementation of large web information systems, web services and SOA.

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Website: http://www.wind.it/it/privati/index.phtml
Established in 1997, Wind Telecomunicazioni SpA has instigated radical changes in the services on offer in Italy and in the way they are  marketed, with the aim of establishing new market standards for the integration of telephone services, and the development of the Internet, as a global response to the communications needs of people and businesses. Wind is the third largest Italian mobile operator with 16.4 million customers and 18% market share; Wind is the second largest Italian wire line operator with 2.6 million subscribers, of which 1.7 million direct customers, leader in Broadband net adds in Q2 and Q3 of 2008. Besides Wind is the sole Telecom Operator in Europe offering integrated fixed, Internet and mobile telecommunications solutions and it is leading Italian internet portal: Libero with over 28 million registered users (end 2008). Wind has proven technology capabilities in the areas used in the various network segments, these range from mobile and landline access to the backbone transmission network. In the current scenario Wind has achieved strong performance in the Mobile market and a strong advertising ensures inbound results; as all main competitors have launched HSDPA mobile internet offerings.

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