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Are we on the verge of seeing a young science vanish from sight? It may well seem so. Software has always had this strange property that it’s so soft you can’t touch it. You can’t take it into your hands. You can’t see it. Hardware, also known as computers, is moving out of sight as well. When you ask someone how many computers he or she owns, you rarely get the right answer, which is often in the order of ten or so. Just like software, computers are everywhere: your car, your watch, your activity monitor, your TV set, your cell phone, your hearing aid, your modern lightbulb, your door lock, and so on. Oh, and your laptop, of course. Software and hardware are disappearing from sight, but obviously, they’re not vanishing.

It took us decades, but by now society is drowning in ICT, and we don’t even see it. ICT is everywhere and in such an abundance that we can’t even build up a complete picture. And likewise, ICT science may seem to be vanishing from sight. But vanishing from sight isn’t the same as vanishing. On the contrary, there’s a lot of ICT science taking place to let ICT run through our society’s veins and shape the things we do today, and will do tomorrow. ICT science is making our society smart.

At CTIT we conduct the ICT research that make the societies of today and tomorrow smart. Societies are important to us: we are concerned about the relevance of our research for society, we embed our solutions into societies and preferably in a way that it seems normal to you and that it feels as if it's supposed to be that way.


27 Nov 2015 - ICT in Horizon 2020 During the CTIT Professors' Meeting on November 26, 2015, Rolf Vermeij and Iddo Bante presented overview of Horizon 2020 until now. University funding is drastically decreasing compared to FP7, and the success rates have dropped significantly (presentation is only visible for UT-members, in case you have access to the intranet). 25 Nov 2015 - New NWO IPPSI/KIEM project for Aiko Pras (EEMCS/DACS group) A second NWO IPPSI/KIEM project within CTIT was acquired by Aiko Pras  (EEMCS/DACS group): DNS Anycast Security. IPPSI KIEM is the Innovative Public-Private Cooperation programme of NWO. The project budget amounts to 150 k-€, funding 75 k-€. Partners are: NL-Net, SIDN, and SURFnet. 23 Nov 2015 - New NWO IPPSI/KIEM project for Mariëlle Stoelinga (EEMCS/FMT group) Mariëlle Stoelinga (EEMCS/FMT group) acquired a new NWO IPPSI/KIEM project: SamSam: An integral SAfety / Security Analysis fraMework. IPPSI KIEM is the Innovative Public-Private Cooperation programme of NWO. The project budget amounts to 79.7 k-€, funding 63.7 k-€. The project is co-funded by Delta Pi, an innovative SME in risk analysis for technical infrastructures. 18 Nov 2015 - Centre for Transport Studies involved in new 'STW Perspectief' programme The Centre for Transport Studies (CTS) will participate in a new 'STW Perspectief' programme, called iCAVE: 'Integrated Cooperative Automated Vehicles'. CTS leads one of the projects within this programme, with a budget of € 400.000. More info: UT-site and STW-site. 17 Nov 2015 - Best paper award at RFID 2015 Jordy Huiting, a PhD student of the CAES group, was awarded the Best Paper Award at the 5th international EURASIP workshop on RFID technology, RFID'2015, held October 22-23 in Rosenheim, Germany. Jordy's paper is enttitled:

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