News & Events

  • Publication in Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing

    An article of IMPROVE Consortium member Peter Schüller (Marmara University) has been published in the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing in May 2017. Together with Esra Erdem and Eray Gençay, Peter Schüller wrote about “Applications of non-monotonic reasoning to automotive product configuration using answer set programming”. Find more...
  • Two busy days in Brussels

    IMPROVE at the EFFRA FOF Community day and the Impact of cPPPs workshop
  • IMPROVE presentation at Hannover Messe 2017

    At the "North Rhine-Westphalia - Poland: two strong partners in science and business" event at the Hannover Messe, IMPROVE was presented as a best practice example by project partner Marta Fullen (Fraunhofer IOSB-INA). The event was organised on behalf of the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Research of the German State of North...
  • IMPROVE at the EFFRA FoF Community Day

    On May 16th, IMPROVE will take part in the EFFRA FoF Community Day in Brussels. Consortium members Dagmar Auerbach (Eurice) and Alexander von Birgelen (HS-OWL) will give a short presentation on the project in one of the parallel sessions allocated to “Humans in Factories”. For the second time, IMPROVE was invited to take part and give a short...
  • IMPROVE research presented at round table on Innovation and Smart Manufacturing

    On March 8th, IMPROVE partner OCME took part in B&R’s smart table on the situation of Italy’s producing industry at the “Culture’s palace” in Milan. In the course of the discussions that brought together representatives from the entire Italian production chain, OCME-representatives Davide Buratti, R&D Manager, and Eng. Oscar Gerelli,...
  • Inspiring Technical Review in Brussels

    The IMPROVE Consortium presented and discussed their work with EC experts
  • On the right track: IMPROVE partners meet for a joint work session in Istanbul

    The IMPROVE partners Arcelik A.S, Marmara University and Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences kicked off this New Year with a meeting in Istanbul from 17 to 19 January. Welcoming their colleagues from Germany to the buzzling metropole on the Bosporus, the three-day meeting took place at the premises of both Turkish partners: at...
  • New HMI Cluster Activities: IMPROVE and INCLUSIVE Join Forces

    Seeking for new cluster activities within the community for human-machine interface (HMI), the IMPROVE consortium came across INCLUSIVE – a project that has just started last October. With all of its previous cluster projects ending in 2015, IMPROVE needed new partners focusing on HMI research and its wider application. INCLUSIVE is a project...