Work Packages of ARTICONF
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt is coordinating the activities inside and outside the consortium. Quality control and work plan monitoring, reporting to the European Commission, Legal and contractual management.
MOG Technologies is leading this work package that consists of requirements and market perspective, ARTICONF platform, ecosystem and architecture design as well as continuous revision of the ARTICONF requirements.
This work package is led by BitYoga and consists of permissioned blockchain protocol design with Cloud storage for agile social media interfaces, personal certification authority with a programmable blockchain relationship system, as well as trust heuristic optimisation with Pareto-trust modelling and analysis for collaborative participation.
The University of Amsterdam is the leader of the work package that consists of requirements and market perspective, ARTICONF platform, ecosystem and architecture design and continuous revision.
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt leads the work package of semantic abstraction model for federated social media with autonomous and adaptive human- agent role discovery and staging, anonymised trace abstraction with smart community detection, and decentralised decision making and reputation model.
University of Information Science and Technology St. Paul the Apostle - Ohrid is the work package leader of geospatial, social-contextual, and temporal data mapping and aggregation, social and augmented cognition reasoning mode, guided analytics for collaborative economy with ROC modelling and analysis, and ARTICONF integrated user interface with interactive monitoring tools.
Agilia Center is leading this work package that consists of ARTICONF infrastructure testbed deployment and management, development and porting of pilot use cases, integration of the ARTICONF platform and pilot use cases, and testing, evaluation and tuning of ARTICONF with pilot use cases.
Vialog is the leader of the work package that includes website and social media presence, dissemination and communication of progress and results, innovation management, exploitation and standardisation, impact reporting, intellectual property rights, data management plan, and interest group organisation and communication.