We are happy to announce that STACC was chosen as one of the 6 centers that will get financing from the „Measure for technological development centres for the period 2014–2020“. The purpose of the project is to turn STACC into a leading R&D organisation where companies can access expertise in (big) data analytics and co-develop
TLU, TUT, Eliko, Cybernetica, UT, National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics, STACC passed EVALUATION OF RESEARCH IN ICT IN ESTONIA 2009-2014.The international expert panel judges the research in STACC to be high international level. The overall evaluation of the competence center is excellent!
STACC is carrying out a development study on information system architecture for implementing personalized medicine in Estonia. Together with the Ministry of Social Affairs, University of Tartu and Quretec OÜ a strategy for personalized medicine pilot projects will be drawn up by the end of June 2015. Three parallel projects about Clinical Treatment, Decision Support
On 26th of February 2015 a sequent episode of Kapital was aired in ETV. In the mentioned episode they investigated what kind of data is left behind by our everyday devices. STACC and Regio introduced their joint project called Demograft and it`s possibilities in using the data gained from mobile positioning. Watch Democraft presentation starting
STACC got admitted to full application round for the development centres measure along with 5 other technological development centres. On February 2015, our hard work was rewarded, as STACC was successful in Enterprise Estonia round of preliminary application for the technological development centres’ measure. Our sincere congratulations to the co-applicants Competence Center of Food and
STACC received funding from the National Programme for Estonian Language Technology to develop a fully functional text mining toolkit to make sense of vast amounts of free-text data in the electronic health records. The project is derived from STACC’s long-run research stream in Biomedical Data Mining.
Copernicus Urban Development Analyser (CUDA) project, led by our scientist Kaupo Voormansik, won the biggest scholarship from Vega Fond. CUDA (Copernicus Urban Development Analyser) is an integrated service for monitoring urban growth and related processes by combining satellite monitoring with anonymous mobile positioning service (MPS). CUDA proposal already won the DLR Environmental Challenge in 2013
STACC in cooperation with Tartu Observatory and our international partners is developing CUDA – a complex information system for monitoring urbanization on global scale. CUDA uses Copernicus Sentinel satellite data for mapping infrastructure changes and anonymous mobile positioning data for mapping population and demographic processes. Information and statistics derived with CUDA is a useful input