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Almende starts new project KRISTINA

Almende starts a new H2020 project named KRISTINA. A virtual agent will be developed to support...
18/12/2014

Adapt4EE succesfully ended

Adapt4EE obtained a positive final review from the European Union. Almende has developed a...
11/12/2014

Positive review ARUM project

The ARUM project has received a positive second year review from the European Union. Almende...
17/11/2014

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Almende is a Dutch research company specialized in information and communication technologies.

Central to all our research is the concept of self-organization. We believe that computer systems and technology should support people in performing their professional tasks and organizing their daily lives. This means that ICT should learn to work for and with people, according to their individual wishes and demands.

At the core of all Almende solutions are hybrid agent networks: humans and computers working together. We look towards agent technology to develop smart software that truly supports people in organizing their own lives. 

Find our research applied in commercial settings with the spin-off companies of Almende.

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Christian Haas

Research Intern
christiaanhaas@almende.org

Panagiotis Chatzichristodoulou

Research Intern
panos@almende.org

Contact Christian Haas

Christian Haas Research Intern christianhaas@almende.org

Anne Bekker

Research Intern
annebekker@almende.org

Contact Chloé Pothof

Contact   Chloé Pothof Administrative Secretary chloe@almende.org  

Giovanni Pazienza

Researcher
giovanni@almende.org

Wouter Bulten

Research Intern
wouter@almende.org

Alex de Mulder

Researching Developer
alex@almende.org

Hans Abbink

Founder & CEO
hans@almende.org

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PROHEAL

The aim of the ProHeal project is to demonstrate the usage of self-managing properties inside software systems for elderly care on top of Internet of Things networks. The consortium will study self-managing properties, principles, algorithms and performance metrics and apply a subset of them to existing technologies for elderly care.

Chloé Pothof

Administrative Secretary
chloe@almende.org

Contact Panos Chatzichristodoulou

Panagiotis (Panos) Chatzichristodoulou Research Intern panos@almende.org  

Contact Wouter Bulten

Wouter Bulten Research Intern wouter@almende.org

SALIG++

Developing a modular, heterogeneous IT system that will help elderly people to live independently, while staying in contact with caretakers, friends and family.

KRISTINA

KRISTINA aims to develop a virtual assistant to migrants for their communication with care administrations

Almende attends SME Instrument Workshop from RVO

Our business developer Jan Geert will attend the SME Instrument Workshop in Utrecht. This workshop gives a lot of information on submitting an application for Horizon 2020.

Almende hosts the BRIDGE project plenary meeting

The 14 partners of the BRIDGE consortium will gather to Rotterdam for a plenary project meeting.

SALIG++ Midterm review on the 5th of March in Brussels

On the 5th of March, Jan Geert will attend the midterm review of the SALIG++ project in Brussels. SALIG++ focuses on making elderly people more self-sufficient using technology so they can safely live independently for a longer period of time.

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Almende hosts the BRIDGE project plenary meeting

The 14 partners of the BRIDGE consortium will gather to Rotterdam for a plenary project meeting.
12/03/2015

SALIG++ Midterm review on the 5th of March in Brussels

On the 5th of March, Jan Geert will attend the midterm review of the SALIG++ project in Brussels. SALIG++ focuses on making elderly people more self-sufficient using technology so they can safely live...
05/03/2015