Another cool £1M for KMiKMi Reporter, Thursday 11 March 2004 | Annotate
KMi continues to roll in the external funding and maintain its high hit rate on European projects. Over the past two months KMi has launched four new EU-funded projects worth over £1M to KMi, and representing European initiatives with a combined total value of more than £15M. The projects are a mixture of Integrated Projects (rated highest in their category amongst all competetive bids) and Networks of Excellence. Here's a quote from the March issue of 'Funding Opportunities': "The Research and European Offices have been informed of the following: Professor Enrico Motta of Knowledge Media Institute has been awarded £255,900 from the European Commission for a 4-year project entitled "Knowledge Web – Realizing the Semantic Web”. Dr John Domingue of Knowledge Media Institute has been awarded £304,540 from the European Commission for a 3-year project entitled “Data, Information, and Process Integration with Semantic Web Services (DIP)” Dr Peter Scott of Knowledge Media Institute has been awarded £320,215 from the European Commission for a 4-year project project “PROLEARN - Network of Excellence in Professional Learning”. Professor Marc Eisenstadt of the Knowledge Media Institute and Professor Bashar Nuseibeh of the Department of Computing have been awarded £340,000 from the European Commission for a 4-year project "European Learning Grid Infrastructure" (E-LeGI)."