DATE Save the Date 17 to 19 April 2023

Dear DATE community,

We, the DATE Sponsors Committee (DSC) and the DATE Executive Committee (DEC), are deeply shocked and saddened by the tragedy currently unfolding in Ukraine, and we would like to express our full solidarity with all the people and families affected by the war.

Our thoughts also go out to everyone in Ukraine and Russia, whether they are directly or indirectly affected by the events, and we extend our deep sympathy.

We condemn Russia’s military action in Ukraine, which violates international law. And we call on the different governments to take immediate action to protect everyone in that country, particularly including its civilian population and people affiliated with its universities.

Now more than ever, our DATE community must promote our societal values (justice, freedom, respect, community, and responsibility) and confront this situation collectively and peacefully to end this nonsense war.

DATE Sponsors and Executive Committees.

Kindly note that all times on the virtual conference platform are displayed in the user's time zone.

The time zone for all times mentioned at the DATE website is CET – Central Europe Time (UTC+1).

Multi Partner Projects (MPP)

DATE 2022 program includes sessions dedicated to multi-partner innovative and highly-technological research projects addressing the DATE 2022 topics. The sessions support both the paper-based and proactive dissemination options. The types of collaboration covered projects funded by EU schemes (H2020, ESA, EIC, MSCA, COST, etc.), nationally- and regionally-funded projects, collaborative research projects funded by industry.

The objective of the proactive dissemination is to open a forum for the ongoing multi-partner innovative and highly-technological research projects discussion. It is set to efficiently communicate to DATE 2022 and beyond audience the answers to the following questions:

  1. What makes the project concept unique?
  2. What project outcomes can be of use to the DATE 2022 community?
  3. What inputs (solutions) are expected from the DATE 2022 community?
  4. What new research topics and trends the project introduces?

The multi-partner papers are presented in the DATE 2022 Virtual Platform.

DATE 2022 Online Live Multi-Partner Projects Panel

18:00 CET, March 22, 2022


The panel establishes an open discussion of opportunities and approaches to collaborative research and innovation in Europe. The panel speakers include representatives of the European Commission and distinguished experts in multi-partner research.

Participating projects

Multi-Partner Projects Track TPC members

  • (Chair) Maksim Jenihhin, Tallinn UT, EE
  • Juha Plosila, U. Turku, FI
  • Paul Duplys, Robert Bosch, DE
  • Lorena Anghel, Grenoble INP / PHELMA, FR
  • Georgios Selimis, Intrinsic ID, NL
  • Leticia Bolzani Pöhls, RWTH, DE
  • Erik Larsson, Lund U., SE
  • Ernesto Sanchez, POLITO, IT
  • Marco Ottavi, U. Rome, IT and U. Twente, NL
  • Mottaqiallah Taouil, TU Delft, NL
  • Mihalis Psarakis, U. Piraeus, GR

For more information, please contact:

Maksim Jenihhin, Tallinn University of Technology, EEMulti-Partner Projects Chair
Maksim Jenihhin, Tallinn University of Technology, EE
multipartner-projectsatdate-conference [dot] com (multipartner-projects[at]date-conference[dot]com)