EU projects


Henesis has participated as full partner in the FP7 EU Project MIBISOC “Medical Imaging Using Bio-inspired and Soft Computing”, a Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme (FP7 PEOPLE-ITN-2008, GA n. 238819).  The main goal of MIBISOC has been to create a training programme where 16 enrolled early-stage researchers (ESRs) were exposed to a wide variety of SC and BC techniques, as well as to the challenge of applying them to different situations and problems within the different MI stages.

Mibisoc students and staff

Mibisoc students and staff

The partnership has been composed of world-wide recognized researchers from 7 other high quality scientific institutions (6 Universities and a R&D centre) that have been involved as full partners, and 4 high quality technical partners (a hospital, a SME, a Medical Company and a R&D centre) that provided relevant industrial and medical experience to the ESRs.

Within Henesis, MIBISOC has allowed the researchers Pouya Ahmadian and Lara González Villanueva to develop their PhD projects during 3 years in collaboration with the University of Parma.

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» Mibisoc Kick-off meeting



Henesis is participating since September 2013 in the FP7 EU Project HARPA “Harnessing Performance Availability”, being a full partner, together with Politecnico di Milano, STMicroelectronics, Thales Communications & Security, and 4 universities from Cyprus, Greece, Belgium, and Czech Republic.
The goal of HARPA is to enable next-generation embedded and high-performance heterogeneous many-core processors to cost-effectively confront variations and yet provide dependable-performance: correct functionality and timing guarantees throughout the expected lifetime of a platform under thermal, power, and energy constraints.