We were visited by Sarah Fallmann and Ismini Psychoula from the ACROSSING project that will train and develop 15 Early Stage Researchers in conducting research across 15 specificially tailored, complementary, individual research projects. These researchers have been recruited from across the Globe and will work across the research programme over the course of 3 years.
This innovative research training network funded by the EU H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions programme aims to change the way millions of the older people in Europe live and maintain wellbeing.
The project aims to make a critical contribution towards an open smart home technology infrastructure by interlinking disciplines from sensing technologies, context inferences and interaction and considering key principles of social impact, ethics, security and privacy.
Read more here – www.acrossing-itn.eu