Projects

Smoke Free Brain

Smoking is the largest avoidable cause of preventable morbidity worldwide. It causes most of the cases of lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and contributes to the development of other lung diseases.

TRAINING AGAINST MEDICAL ERROR (T.A.M.E.)


The project TAME is funded by the programme Erasmus+ for the period 2015-2018. It is being coordinated by Karaganda State Medical University (Kazakstan) with participation of St George’s University of London, Karolinska Institutet Sweden, Masaryk University, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Zaporozhye State Medical University, Bukovinian State Medical University, Astana Medical University, University Kebangsaan Malaysia and University Sains Islam Malaysia

UNCAP

Ubiquitous iNteroperable Care for Ageing People. UNCAP delivers an interoperable platform based on open industrial standards … leveraging on existing technologies for biosensing, indoor/outdoor localisation and home-automation. The aimed result is an open source, scalable and privacy-savvy ecosystem compatible with existing Personal Health Record systems, that can deliver novel services that can help aging people (incl. those with cognitive impairments) live independently and with dignity. ASOSS is a trial partner in UNCAP, which is funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme.

USEFIL

ASOSS group participate in the FP7 funded USEFIL project, which aims to address the gap between technological research advances and the practical needs of elderly people by developing advanced but affordable in-home unobtrusive monitoring and web communication solutions. USEFIL uses low cost "off-the-shelf" technology to develop immediately applicable services that assist the elderly in maintaining their independence and daily activities. ASOSS is the Lead in USEFIL System Integration as well as a core trial clinical partner and technical developer.

WHAAM

The WHAAM project is funded by the European Commission (EACEA, Lifelong Learning Programme).  

The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the most common psychiatric disorder in childhood and among the main factors correlated with early school withdrawal. The WHAAM project is designed to set out specific actions aimed at improving teacher and parent skills in the observation of ADHD subjects (aged 7-18), and to design a multifunctional tool to recognize trigger events and/or the consequences that are reinforcing and maintaining the undesirable behaviours, according to cognitive-behavioural strategies. By means of these actions, the project may contribute to tackling many relevant problems in this area, such as scholastic achievement and social inclusion. 

LLM

Long Lasting Memories (LLM) was an EU project aiming at an integrated ICT platform which combined state-of-the-art cognitive exercises with physical activity in the framework of an advanced ambient assisted living environment. By combining cognitive exercises and physical activity LLM delivers an effective countermeasure against age-related cognitive decline, thus actively improving the quality of life of the elderly and significantly prolonging the time they can remain independent at home, while respecting ethical and legal boundaries.

 

mEducator

The aim of mEducator was to implement and critically evaluate existing standards and reference models in the field of e-learning. Its scope was to enable specialized medical educational content to be discovered, retrieved, shared and re-used across European higher academic institutions.

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