Collaboration Opportunities

Collaboration Opportunities

We are always interested in exploring new opportunities for cooperation within the sphere of legal and ethical data usage, exchange, protection, and privacy, be it through research, development or joint innovation. 

We have a number of collaborative opportunities and expertise offerings available.

Please feel free to browse through our list below and explore the possibilities.

Horizon 2020 - Upcoming Calls of Interest

ICT - Information and Communication Technologies

SU-ICT-02-2020: Building blocks for resilience in evolving ICT systems (RIA) - Data auditability and privacy certification expertise

We are currently carrying out our own research into data auditability (particularly of decentarlied and distributed data processing systems) and privacy certification models as part of building our privacy-enabling platform technology and would be interested in joining or forming a consortium with other privacy, security or data market-orientated entities who would be interested in one or a combination of the three subtopics: a) Cybersecurity/privacy audit, certification and standardisation, b) Trusted supply chains of ICT systems or c) Designing and developing privacy-friendly and secure software and hardware.

Deadline: 19 November 2019 17:00:00

Read more on the EU Website

COST Action

Working Title: Privacy at the Edge

COST actions enable academic researchers to collaborate across Europe on certain themes via the formation of new networks, and provides funds for certain networking activities for individual members over a 4 year period. Only one candidate per eligible EU member state can receive funding, although others may join at their own expense.

Adaptant is interested in building a public roadmap to help identify and establish new key research areas for enabling privacy and data flow controls at the network “edge” (including Multi-Access Edge Computing, Fog Computing, Cloudlets, and related paradigms). We are looking for candidates to work with us to help shape and pitch for this funding. Interested candidates should have a track record of publications in the privacy field establishing their expertise, have experience in developing public roadmaps and have a strong desire to shape future public policy concerning privacy and technology.

Read more on the COST Website

Interested in commercially-oriented collaboration opportunities?

In addition to our research activities, we are also exploring a number of commercially-oriented collaboration opportunities through our Partner Programme.

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