The Lowcomote project has been selected in the context of the European H2020 Marie Curie ITN call

Lowcomote is a software engineering training program designed to prepare a new generation of experts in building low-code development platforms hosted on the Cloud. The proposal, formulated by Massimo TISI – assistant professor at IMT Atlantique in the Automation, Production and Information Technology Department (DAPI), member of the NaoMod team of the LS2N laboratory and future scientific coordinator of the programme - is one of the 7% of projects selected for funding among more than 1400 proposals received.

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Massimo Tisi et Julien Prud'homme, chargé de l'ingénierie contractuelle Europe.

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The development of applications without writing computer programs is a long-standing objective of research in software engineering. "A much awaited evolution at a time when the Internet of Things is exploding and everything is becoming an application," says Massimo Tisi.

Lowcomote "Training the Next Generation of Experts in Scalable Low-Code Engineering Platforms" brings together 14 partners, 5 universities and 8 industry players from 7 European countries. The project is funded to the tune of €4 million and will host 15 doctoral students.

EuropeThis project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement
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Published on 15.11.2018

by Pierre-Hervé VAILLANT

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