OMELETTE: Open Mashup Enterprise service platform for LinkEd data in The TElco domain
(EU FP7 STREP).
Partners: Informática Gesfor S.A., Huawei Technologies, SAP AG, TIE Kinetix, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Università degli Studi di Trento, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, University of Bolton, and T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH. OMELETTE aims at researching the development, management, governance,
execution and conception of converged services with a specific focus on the telco domain.
The idea is to create a model of mashups that follows the REST architectural style (also
supported by standard widget technology), as well as a standard specification of a mashup container
platform that guarantees portability and interoperability among different vendors and
BPM4People: Business Process Modelling for Participatory Enterprises, Organizations, and Public Administration Bodies
(EU FP7 Research for the benefit of SMEs).
Partners: Web Models (SME), Homeria (SME), Enterprise Concept, Nexture, Universidad de Extremadura, University of Trento.
The BPM4People project aims at designing and bringing to the market innovative methodologies, software tools, and vertical applications for the implementation of Social Business Processes,
i.e., processes collaboratively defined and collaboratively executed by organizations and their stakeholders (employees, customers, citizens).
MakeSense: Easy Programming of Integrated Wireless Sensor Networks
(EU FP7 STREP).
Partners: Swedish Institute of Computer Science A,Universitaet zu Luebeck, University of Trento, SAP AG, Acciona Infraestructuras S.A.
MakeSense intends to drastically improve the ease of wireless sensor network programming by allowing programmers to express high-level
objectives and leave the low-level details to the compiler and run-time system. By design, makeSense enables integration of wireless
sensor networks into business processes. The project thereby enables a far-reaching adoption of sensor networks in European industry,
holding the potential to become the reference sensor network programming platform in Europe.
MDO: Manuale dell'Opera (industry/province-funded research project).
The goal of MDO is the implementation and test of an online service/platform for the management of a distributed electronic record for
buildings/public works (similar to the idea of electronic health records, which however are for people).
IANUS: Platform for the Semplification, Re-organization and Improvement of Business Processes (industry/province-funded research project).
IANUS aims at business process improvement through a business activity monitoring (BAM) solution that is able to monitor running
business processes also in highly distributed and loosely-coupled environments, in which it is not always possible to uniquely
correlate low-level system events into high-level business process instances.
MoPAL: Mobile Palm for Assisted Living (industry/province-funded research project).
The goal of MoPAL is to equip home/social assistants with mobile devices and a mobile software solution that, jointly, allow them to
collect data of, monitor, manage, and analyze the socio-sanitary services they provide in their terrotory.
MarcoFlow: Industrial project in cooperation with Huawei Technologies, Shenzhen, P.R.China.
MarcoFlow aims at devising models, languages, tools, and a methodology for the development of web applications that are composed of web
services and user interface components and that are able to orchestrate multiple web browsers, i.e., users.
mashArt: Industrial project in cooperation with SAP Research, Palo Alto, California.
The aim of mashArt is to develop novel composition technologies for the Web, ranging from data integration and UI composition to what we call universal composition.
mashArt.org will represent the resulting integration platform with hosted development, hosted execution and hosted analysis capabilities. Special focus is given to end users.
MASTER: Managing Assurance, Security and Trust for Services (EU FP7 IP).
Partners: Atos Origin, SAP AG,
Università di Trento, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A,
University of Stuttgart,
Fondazione San Raffaele. MASTER aims at providing methodologies and infrastructures that facilitate the monitoring, enforcement, and audit of
quantifiable indicators on the security of a business process, and that provide manageable assurance of the security levels,
trust levels and regulatory compliance of highly dynamic service- oriented architecture in centralized, distributed (multidomain),
and outsourcing contexts.
COMPAS: Compliance-driven Models, Languages, and Architectures for Services (EU FP7 STREP).
Partners: Vienna University of
Technology, Center for Mathematics and
Computer Science, University of Claude Bernard, University of Stuttgart, University of Tilburg, University of Trento, Apera sp z.o.o., Thales.
COMPAS aims at the design and implementation of novel models, languages, and architectural frameworks to ensure dynamic and on-going compliance of
software services to business regulations and quality of service, licensing, and security requirements. COMPAS particularly focuses on model-driven
development approaches to compliance.
NGS: Next Generation Search Engine (Italian PRIN project).
Partners: Libera Università di Bolzano, Politecnico di Milano, Università Roma Tre.
The focus of this research project is to contribute to the development of a new generation search engine (NGS) which integrates
known services and provides the user with a single interface.
COOPER: Collaborative Open Environment for Project-Centered Learning (EU FP6 STREP).
Partners: CoWare Inc., Open Universiteit Nederland, ALaRI, Università della Svizzera italiana, Politecnico di Milano, Web Models s.r.l,
L3S Research Center Hannover, Abbeynet S.p.A, The "Politehnica Bucuresti" Technical University.
COOPER is dedicated to supporting long-distance cooperation of teams of students working on complex projects, assuming that the students
and advisors are geographically dispersed and have heterogeneous backgrounds and competencies.
MAIS: Multichannel Adaptive Information Systems (Italian FIRB project).
Partners: Politecnico di Milano, Cefriel,
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca (Bicocca),
Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza",
Università Roma Tre,
Università degli Studi di Lecce.
The project aims at the development of a technological and methodological framework for mobile information systems with a special focus on
quality of service and adaptability at all architectural levels, ranging from adaptive applications to e-servcies, middleware and