Research Topics

i2CAT is a mission-oriented research center on advanced digital technologies that applies its knowledge to meet real industry and society challenges.
It is endorsed by more than 15 years developing international and local R&D projects and initiatives.

i2CAT has leading position in the research and development of digital advanced technologies within the European R&D ecosystem

The European Commission has recognized i2CAT’s research quality over the years:

FP7 Programme

2007-2013

31

Projects

5

Projects coordinated by i2CAT

7M€

Overall funding granted

H2020 Programme

2014-2020

23

Projects

6

Projects coordinated by i2CAT

10M€

Overall funding granted

9

5G H2020 projects out of the 37 funded by the European Commission

5G & IoT

Leading position in the research and development of 5G technologies at local and International scale.

Mobile Wireless Internet

Innovating on radio protocols and infrastructure to wirelessly connect the billions of devices envisioned by the IoT.

Software Networks

Enabling secure 5G infrastructure management and services via open networking from the data-center to the edge.

Recursive InterNetwork Architecture

Transforming networking to deliver future-proof technologies.

Mobile Wireless Internet

Software Networks

Recursive InterNetwork Architecture

Innovating on radio protocols and infrastructure to wirelessly connect the billions of devices envisioned by the IoT.

Enabling secure 5G infrastructure management and services via open networking from the data-center to the edge.

Transforming networking to deliver future-proof technologies.

Open Big Data & Artificial Intelligence

Fostering the adoption of the Big Data-driven philosophy in the era of Artificial Intelligence.

Virtual & Immersive Technologies

Researching on the crossroad of immersion and interaction.

Cybersecurity & Blockchain

The digitalisation era requires an intelligent Internet based on new architectures and services able to interconnect people, objects and environments in more efficient and dynamic ways.

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