The Eclipse Foundation recently secured three new research programs under the Horizon Europe (HEU) program, including two Research and Innovation Action (RIA) projects and a Coordination and Support Action (CSA). The programs are as follows:
- The OpenContinuum CSA, which fosters European strategic autonomy and interoperability through an open ecosystem for the computing continuum.
- The NEMO project, which is focused on building open European platforms for the edge.
- NEPHELE, a lightweight software stack and synergetic meta-orchestration framework for the next-generation compute continuum.
Horizon Europe is the EU’s key funding program for research and innovation. The organization tackles climate change, helps to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and boosts the EU’s competitiveness and overall growth.
January also marks the beginning of the European Commission’s call for research projects season. The Eclipse Foundation has partnered with many publicly funded research projects since 2013 (HEU, H2020, KDT, ITEA, BMBF, BMWi), and is hoping to help even more organizations successfully create, publish, and sustain open source software platforms in 2023.
You can learn more about the projects we have partnered with and how we support them at eclipse.org/research.