Madeira-ITI Wins European Grant of €2.35 Million to Boost Research
Interactive Technologies Institute (Madeira-ITI), created under the auspices of
the CMU Portugal Program and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e
Tecnologia, will receive from the European Union a grant of 2,4 million to
promote research. The funding was awarded as part of the ERA Chairs, a research
program of the European Commission’s (EC) Horizon 2020 Framework Program,
intended to promote research in less developed regions of Europe. The Madeira-ITI is a not-for-profit innovation
institute of the Universidade da Madeira, founded by this university, by the
Madeira Tecnopolo and by Carnegie Mellon University, as an honorary partner.
Read the full article at Jornal da Madeira (February 11, 2014), Negócios Online (February 10, 2014) and Jornal de Negócios (February 11, 2014).