We are pleased to announce that four projects involving Polish research teams have been awarded funding in the call launched by the CHIST-ERA network - European Coordinated Research on Long-term Challenges in Information and Communication Sciences & Technologies.
The CHIST-ERA Call 2019, launched in December 2019, covered the following topics:
- Explainable Machine Learning-based Artificial Intelligence;
- Novel Computational Approaches for Environmental Sustainability.
Within the call applicants have submitted 162 proposals, while 17 research projects have been selected for funding.
Projects with Polish researchers awarded within the CHIST-ERA Call 2019:
SAI: Social Explainable Artificial Intelligence. Polish Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr hab. Stanisław Józef Matwin - Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The project will involve research teams from: Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Italy and United Kingdom.
WATERLINE: New solutions for data assimilation and communication to improve hydrological modelling and forecasting. Polish Principal Investigator: Dr inż. Przemysław Jerzy Wachniew – AGH University of Science and Technology. The project will involve research teams from Austria, Finland, Greece and Switzerland.
INFORM: Interpretability of Deep Neural Networks for Radiomics. Polish Principal Investigator: Dr Neo Christopher Honghoon Chung - University of Warsaw. The project will involve research teams from France and Greece.
XPM: eXplainable Predictive Maintenance. Polish Principal Investigator: Prof. dr hab. inż. Grzegorz Jacek Nalepa - Jagiellonian University. The project will involve research teams from France, Portugal and Sweden.
The implementation of research projects funded within the call will start in early 2021.
More information and the full list of the projects recommended for funding are available on the CHIST-ERA web page.
Congratulations to all the laureates!