As part of the PRIME-VR2 project, the University of Malta is hosting an international workshop on Design for Additive Manufacturing: Future Interactive Devices (DEFINED), which is planned to be held in Valletta, Malta, between the 17th and 18th March 2022. This workshop is organised, aimed at developing innovative 3D-printed VR-based bespoke controllers and the supporting IT platform for rehabilitation purposes.…Continue Reading
NESTOR project launched
NESTOR – Strengthening and Safeguarding the European borders through a fully functional, next generation border surveillance system. The 18-month European project, NESTOR, has recently launched its activities to enhance the protection and safeguarding of the European marine and land borders. Supported by the EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme, NESTOR brings together 21 partners from 13 European countries to create a fully…Continue Reading
Kick-off meeting of IDUNN project targeting cybersecurity solutions for the industry.
This is a cutting-edge research project with a budget of more than €5 million and a duration of three years, involving Spanish, Finnish and German partners. The aim of the project is to create a Unique Cognitive Detection System for Cybersecure Operational Technologies. Project partners believe that it will have a crucial impact on the productivity of any industry by…Continue Reading
Steven LaValle received significant ERC funding to build the foundations of perception engineering
The European Research Council has announced today the winners of its 2020 call. The esteemed ERC Advanced Grant has been awarded to our professor Steven LaValle for the realisation of the 5-year ILLUSIVE project (2,5M€) in which he and his team will create foundations for perception engineering, which expands the concept of virtual reality (VR) to span several disciplines. VR…Continue Reading