After the success of the EYR@EaP2017 programme where projects were awarded in open data, cultural digital libraries, and education, the 3rd Enlighten Your Research (EYR) programme for the Eastern Partnership Connect project (EaPConnect), EYR@EaP2018 launched.
A record number of proposals (37) were submitted for the 2018 for the Enlighten Your Research call in the Eastern Partnership region (EYR@EaP2018) and seven winning projects were announced during the 3rd Eastern Partnership E-infrastructure Conference – EaPEC 2018 – in Chisinau, Moldova on 17-18 October 2018.
Winning proposals ranged from high performance computing to open data and cloud projects.
Winners of EYR@EaP2018 were:
- Vasili Kovalev, Vitali Liauchuk for “Deep Learning Applications For Big Medical Image Archives: Detection Of Diseases And Generation Of Artificial Images”
- Vitaly Yermolchyk for “Belarusian WLCG computing facility BY-NCPHEP for research in High Energy Physics”
- Zolotarev Sergei Alekseevich for “Development of a parallel algorithm ILST for the iterative reconstruction of 3D image based on the MPI system”
- Irma Khachidze for “Finding EEG biomarkers of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), epilepsy in clinical settings using neuroinformatics”
- Dumitru Drumea for “Development of educational programs for different target groups of population on environmental management based on the EU environmental Directives”
- Hasanov Adalat Badal “Creating A Unified Database Of Well Logs Studying Of Oil And Gas Deposits In Azerbaijan”
- Paolo Girol for “MIRCO: Music Instruments Renewal via Contemporary Creation”
The 2018 edition of EYR in the EaP region (EYR@EaP 2018) invited researchers from any discipline and their collaborators to submit proposals that highlight how access to internet and compute technologies could significantly improve their research process.
The EYR@EaP 2018 partners provide and develop high-quality network services for all higher education and research institutions in their respective countries. The EYR@EaP 2018 organising committee consisted of a number of partners from the European national research and education network organisations (NREN) community.