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EUVATION: Spotlight on European Innovation

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EUVATION: Spotlight on European innovation. Follow along as your host, Peter Balint from Technikon talks with partners from selected European high-tech research and innovation projects. What is the impact they are making on tomorrow by the work they are doing today? From short term challenges to long-term goals, see how your tax money supports innovation throughout Europe.

EUVATION: Spotlight on European innovation. Follow along as your host, Peter Balint from Technikon talks with partners from selected European high-tech research and innovation projects. What is the impact they are making on tomorrow by the work they are doing today? From short term challenges to long-term goals, see how your tax money supports innovation throughout Europe.

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Austria

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EUVATION: Spotlight on European innovation. Follow along as your host, Peter Balint from Technikon talks with partners from selected European high-tech research and innovation projects. What is the impact they are making on tomorrow by the work they are doing today? From short term challenges to long-term goals, see how your tax money supports innovation throughout Europe.

Twitter:

@euvation

Language:

English


Episodes

SERENA (4) H2020 Project: GaN-on Silicon mm-wave systems

7/28/2021
In this episode we speak with Christian Fager a professor from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. He speaks with us about the SERENA project. Partners in SERENA are looking at using gallium nitride alongside traditional silicon to enable beam steering antennas. Their goal is to develop an architecture which is small and cost efficient with robust thermal management schemes. The SERENA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation...

Duration:00:18:28

From the University of Klagenfurt: Green passport and Data Privacy

7/2/2021
In this episode, we again invite students from the University of Klagenfurt to host their own show to examine some of the data privacy issues in post COVID world. Sabrina Strauß and Thomas Marquet speak with cryptographer and cryptanalyst Bart Preneel of KU Leuven in Belgium. He was involved in the early stages of the Green Passport. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:17:52

From the University of Klagenfurt: Contact Tracing and Data Privacy

6/30/2021
In this episode, we invite students from the University of Klagenfurt to host their own show to examine some of the ethical issues in their field of study. Claudia Maußner & Nikita Soldatov speak with Professor Carmela Troncoso of EPFL in Switzerland, who heads the Security and Privacy Engineering Lab. She was one of the key designers of the exposure notification protocol DP3T, which most contact tracing apps are currently using. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:16:48

Ethics and Technology (1) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Medical and Health Sciences

6/3/2021
In this episode we speak with Nikola Biller-Andorno who directs the Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. We look at some of the ethics issues in medical and health sciences and how to best integrate key principles for successful ethics outcomes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:09:28

Safe4RAIL-2 (3) H2020 Project: Focus on Work Package 2

6/2/2021
In this episode we speak with Jérôme Härri from the Safe4RAIL-2 project. He leads the part of the project which focuses on introducing wireless to replace a network of wires to and from the TCMS, or brain of the train. Quite a bit of research and testing had to be done to reach a point where technologies could be deployed in a demonstrator. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 826073. The...

Duration:00:21:08

certMILS (3) H2020 Project: Security Certification to Protect Critical Infrastructure

6/1/2021
certMILS seeks to find ways of shortening, simplifying, and implementing new certification methodologies with the ultimate goal of efficient security in cyber physical systems across Europe. In this episode, Peter Balint from Technikon speaks with Jan Rollo from project partner Sysgo in Prague. He delves into the idea of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and explains how the efforts in certMILS could deliver a streamlined approach to system certification. The certMILS project has received funding...

Duration:00:22:28

Ethics and Technology (2) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Infrastructure & Smart Mobility

5/28/2021
In this episode, we speak with Hans Graux, an attorney in Brussels whose firm, Timelex specializes in the legal aspects of information technology, which of course includes ethics. We will see how constructing a world class Infrastructure & Smart Mobility platform in Europe has roots in ethical behaviour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:13:14

Ethics and Technology (3) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Cybersecurity

5/26/2021
Conçalo Cadete joins us to talk about the ethical framework which is becoming standard for large, EU funded projects. As is an internal auditor for a cybersecurity project spanning Europe, he is well equipped to share some of the success stories and highlight areas of needed improvement. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:12:49

Ethics and Technology (4) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Engineering and Technology

5/25/2021
Today Marcel Moritz joins our ethics conversation. He manages Legal, Ethical and Societal Issues in a EU funded project which addresses complex forensic tools for law enforcement agencies. He joines us today from The University of Lille where is is a lecturer in public law. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:12:36

Safe4RAIL-2 (4) H2020 Project: Focus on Work Package 3

5/4/2021
In this episode, we discus work package 3 (Functional Distribution Framework and Simulation Framework) in the Safe4RAIL-2 project. This work package is dedicated to technological developments producing dedicated project outcomes such as deliverables and implementations. Iñigo Odriozola is the work package lead and he joins us to talk about the project's benefits to the general public. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme...

Duration:00:20:30

EXFILES (1) H2020 Project: Europe Fights Against Crime and Terrorism

4/20/2021
In this episode we take a first look at the EU funded EXFILES project. This effort gives investigators the tools and methods to perform forensics on encrypted mobile devices. The consortium is made up of Law Enforcement Agencies, high-tech SMEs, research organisations and universities. We speak with the technical lead from EXFILES, Assia Tria. She joins us from CEA, a technological research organization and project partner based in France. The EXFILES project has received funding from the...

Duration:00:19:25

Safe4RAIL-2 (2) H2020 Project: Focus on Work Package 1

3/28/2021
In this episode, we discus work package 1 (TSN-based Drive-by-Data) in the Safe4RAIL-2 project. The goal of the Drive-by-Data network is to provide a robust, safe and secure communication system for the next generation Train Control and Monitoring System. Mohammed Abuteir heads up these efforts and shares some of the achievements and challenges he and his team have encountered. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under...

Duration:00:11:52

EXFILES (2) H2020 Project: Europe Fights Against Crime and Terrorism

3/18/2021
In this episode we focus again on the EXFILES project. This effort gives investigators the tools and methods to perform forensics on encrypted mobile devices. The consortium is made up of Law Enforcement Agencies, high-tech SMEs, research organisations and universities. Today we speak with the Nico from one of the world’s leading forensic laboratories…the Netherlands Forensic Institute. The EXFILES project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation...

Duration:00:15:54

Safe4RAIL-2 (1) H2020 Project: Smart Trains - The Ticket to the Future

2/26/2021
Safe4RAIL-2 is a Europrean project aimed at improving the safety and efficiency of the European railway system. The project has three main objectives: to increase the accuracy of data management in the communication bus of the train; to develop wireless solutions in order to reduce on board wiring and to cut the development time of new applications for trains. In this episode we speak with Aitor Arriola, project coordinator from Ikerlan in Spain. This project has received funding from the...

Duration:00:16:03

SERENA (3) H2020 Project: GaN-on Silicon mm-wave systems

2/5/2021
SERENA is a European project which has an important role the future of communications. Their goal is to develop 5G antenna architecture which is small, cost efficient with robust thermal management schemes. Today we speak with Yannis Papananos from project partner Infineon. He shares some of the achievements as well as a few challenges in SERENA. The SERENA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 779305....

Duration:00:20:58

AQUARIUS (4) H2020 Project: More on Testing the Sensor Prototype

12/22/2020
In today’s episode we speak with Christoph Puls from OMV. He is involved in the day to day when it comes to testing the prototype sensor. Christoph is well equipped to evaluate the results that come from the Aquarius water sensor in a real world scenario. Is it ready for prime time? Listen to the full podcast to find out. The project leading to this application has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 731465. See...

Duration:00:08:04

AQUARIUS (3) H2020 Project: Testing the Sensor Prototype

12/16/2020
In this episode we continue to learn more about the Aquarius Project. We speak with Joep van den Broeke from from project partner KWR. KWR is a research institute in the Netherlands serving the Dutch drinking water utilities. Joep and his team are currently in the process of evaluating the sensor that has come out of Aquarius. The project leading to this application has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 731465....

Duration:00:25:07

AQUARIUS (2) H2020 Project: Impacts in the Clean Water Market

12/16/2020
Hakan Ricardo Turan from Aquarius Project partner QuantaRed Technologies speaks with us about the market implications of the potential water quality sensor that is destined to see commercial production as a result of Aquarius. How does the marketplace push technology...or is it the other way around. Listen here to find out. The project leading to this application has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 731465....

Duration:00:18:06

FutureTPM (3) H2020 Project: A conversation with Technical Lead Thanassis Giannetsos

11/25/2020
This time around we look again at the FutureTPM project. This consortium is committed to future proofing todays crypto algorithms by developing the quantum resistant Trusted Platform Module. In other words, FutureTPM is paving the way for computer security in a post quantum computer world. We are joined by Technical Lead, Thanassis Giannetsos from the Technical University of Denmark. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme...

Duration:00:25:52

FutureTPM (2) H2020 Project: A conversation with Technical Lead Liqun Chen

10/23/2020
In this episode we explore the FutureTPM project again. This consortium is committed to future proofing todays crypto algorithms by developing the quantum resistant Trusted Platform Module. In other words, they are developing hardware and software security standards systems to withstand the brute force of the quantum computer...which is coming. We welcome the project technical lead, Liqun Chen from the University of Surrey. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon...

Duration:00:26:24