Relationship between Spagic project and Research

Engineering Group, the company which created and supports SpagoWorld Initiative, participates in various Italian and European research projects, both as a coordinator and as an active member. Moreover, Engineering Group works with many organizations, institutes and research laboratories.
Thanks to its research activities, Engineering Group develops and researches into new solutions and methodologies, beyond any immediate business objective, taking advantage of definite long-term benefits in terms of innovation.
Here we present the most important results.

University of Milan, Italy - Information Technology Department

SESAR (Software Engineering Software Architecture Research Lab) research group of the University of Milan, headed by prof. Ernesto Damiani, actively collaborated in the early development of both conception model and data meta-model supporting Spago4Q platform.
Moreover, it collaborates with Spagic team in activities related to process mining research activities.

European research projects

Engineering Group participates in various European research initiatives and projects aiming at the development of free/open source solutions and at the analysis of the most important aspects of this phenomenon. For example, this concerns the NESSI initiative and QualiPSo project.

Collaboration with Italian Research Institutes and Centres

Among the different Italian Research Insitutes and Centres with which Engineering Group collaborates, it is worth mentioning the Bruno Kessler Foundation/IRST and in particular the Service Oriented Applications Research Unit. The collaboration aims to the adoption and implementation of concepts, methodologies and tools supporting the technological innovation of software solutions that are focused on the distribution of business processes for the applicative cooperation in the e-Government, telecommunication and e-Business domains, also using Spagic platform.

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