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Founded in November 1948, Saarland University was originally established as a bilingual university that combined French and German educational traditions while offering a unique European perspective. Until today transcending boundaries is a hallmark of Saarland University – no matter whether these are geographical borders, cultural boundaries, barriers between academic disciplines, or outmoded divisions between academia and economic and cultural life.
The University of Paderborn, termed the "University of the Information Society", is a medium-sized university with 14,000 students. The main research and education areas are in computer science, mechanical and electrical engineering, and economics.
Founded in 1850, Furtwangen University is at the forefront of Computer Science in Media and Business. It actively cooperates with industry and business via its Institute for Applied Research, founded in 1987, with its focus areas of micro-systems, production, surface, environmental, and medical technology.
The Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) is the technical body for basic and applied research of the Italian Ministry for Universities and Research. It is also in charge of the preparation of standards of national interest and manages special pluri-annual grants for projects on various focused topics, following the policy directions of the Council of Ministries.
Founded in 1988, Deutsche Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz GmbH (the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence or DFKI) today is one of the largest nonprofit contract research institutes in the field of innovative software technology based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). DFKI focuses on the complete cycle of innovation, from world-class basic research and technology development through leading-edge demonstrators and prototypes to product functions and commercialization.
The University of St.Gallen (HSG) is one of the top-ranked European Business Schools. It concentrates on the training and continuing education of experts and leaders in business, public administration, and the law. The University has constantly extended its network of exchange and cooperation agreements with internationally prominent business schools and universities in Europe, North and South America and Asia.
SRDC was established with the goal of transferring the scientific knowledge developed at the university to the dynamic and expanding Turkish economy.
Nemein Oy is an open source consultancy. Nemein Oy is a core participant in the Midgard open source project and contributes actively in it and relevant connected software projects.
Day Software, now part of Adobe Systems Incorporated, is an industry thought leader, initiating and leading an industry-wide initiative to define and implement the JSR-170 standard for accessing content repositories.
Polymedia S.p.A. is a leading European specialist in Media and Channel Integration, with more than 10 years of experience in the field.