Institute of Communication and Computer Systems

Address: 9, Iroon. Polytechniou Str, 157 73 Zografou, Greece


Role in the project

The Institute of Communications and Computer Systems (ICCS) is the NeMo project Coordinator, the responsible for all administrative and financial issues and the project technical manager. Moreover, ICCS will lead the work relevant to Data Management in the Hyper-Network, will develop the grid-related services and will plan and monitor the project dissemination and liaison tasks.

About the Institute of Communications and Computer Systems

ICCS is a non-profit academic research body established in 1989 by the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs. It was created to carry out research and development activities in the area of telecommunications systems and techniques, computer systems and their applications in a variety of areas.

The personnel of ICCS consists of 47 Collaborating Faculty Members, 12 permanent or long term Researchers, 10 permanent or long term Administrative Personnel and more than 700 researchers (including all levels of researchers) across 25  statutory research Laboratories. ICCS has a strong presence in European research and has been the coordinator of many projects, co-funded between other by all Framework programmes of the European Union. ICCS is certified to conform to the ISO 9001 quality management system standard.

The I-SENSE Group that is responsible for the NeMo project activities was founded in 2002 and is one of the Research Groups within ICCS. It has extensive expertise working on EU- funded research projects and a significant presence in international conferences and scientific journals. The I-SENSE Group is very active in areas dealing with Electromobility, Automated Transport Systems, Cooperative Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain management and Internet related research (IoT, Cloud services etc.). The Group is also active in other fields, such as Smart Integrated Systems – Sensors, Communication, Platforms, Virtual & Augmented Reality. The I-SENSE Group has participated in more than 70 projects to-date, serving as either the Project Coordinator or Technical Manager.