Recent Research and Academic Projects

This list contains recent research and academic projects where EclipseSource has made major contributions:

Eclipse Plug-In Development - Lab course for Bachelor and Master students to create innovative solutions based on Eclipse technology - In collaboration with Technische Universität München.

EMFStore - A model repository for EMF Model instances - co-funded by BMWi and the European Union - see the EMFStore website.

g-Eclipse - A framework that allows users and developers to access arbitrary Grid computing and Cloud computing infrastructures. European 6th Framework Programme (FP6-2005-IST-5). A complete list of publications can be found on the g-eclipse website.

openETCS - "Open Proofs Methodology for the European Train Control Onboard System" - See the openETCS project page for a list of cooperating partners and a description of this ITEA2 project.

SOVEREIGN - Self-Organized Virtualized Execution in Redundant Environments for Internet-based Global Networks - KMU-innovativ Verbundprojekt - In collaboration with Technische Universität München  - See the Sovereign project page for more details.