ELISE | Call for funding
ELISE European Network of AI Excellence Centres is a network of artificial intelligence research hubs where the best European researchers in Machine Learning and AI work together to attract talent, foster research through collaboration and inspire and be inspired by industry and society.
Selected companies will enter the 6-month program and receive:
- Up to € 60.000 (lump sum) to develop AI/Machine Learning applications in one of ELISE focus areas.
- Visibility through ELISE online channels and events, and dissemination in the ELLIS community.
What kind of projects are they looking for?
ELISE is looking for projects based on AI applications that address the development and implementation of technology and systems in at least one focus area listed below. Focus areas are based on ELISE/ELLIS research programs but are not limited to them as long as the proposals will address high-impact societal and economic challenges using machine learning.
What is a Scientific Advisor?
he Scientific Advisor is a researcher invited by the applicant, who agrees to advise the SME (startup) in developing the AI application or service. The Advisor must have a Ph.D. in a field that is relevant to the project.
The advisor must be independent and cannot have any formal links with the applicant (NDA, non-disclosure agreement will not be considered as a formal link).
We highly recommend you to have the Scientific Advisor from ELLIS/ELISE community, but this is not mandatory.
Please visit ELISE application page to find out more and apply.
CWI researcher Peter Boncz has been appointed as one of the 2022 fellows of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).
The ADS Thesis Award winners for 2022 are Philipp Sommerhalter and Sarah Kwakkelaar in the BSc category and Krijn Doekemeijer and Julia Sudnik for the MSc category. The winners were announced at the ADS Highlights Event on the 8th of December 2022!
A symposium entitled ‘From Systems and Networks to Complex Cyber Infrastructures’ took place on 9th December 2022 in honor of Cees de Laat (UvA IvI) and Leon Gommans (UvA IvI).