MULTI-POS is a prestigious Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN), funded by the European Commission, from 2013 to 2016. The network of experience and early stage researchers addressed challenging research topics in the field of wireless localization. Throughout the duration of the project, the 16 selected fellows received a multi-dimensional and cross-boundary training.
The research and training parts in MULTI-POS were fully integrated with a strong contribution from the private sector towards the researcher's development.
Objectives of the MULTI-POS Network
Develop a community of researchers capable of exploiting synergies and complementarities between various fields where location and navigation are involved, such as engineering, social sciences, and business world:
- to bridge the gap between the lower technology layer and the upper application layer involved in wireless mobile positioning and navigation;
- to create novel methods, technologies and business models for the future location-enabled wireless devices;
- to improve the career perspectives of selected researchers in both public and private sectors;
- to create a community of researchers capable of exploiting synergies and complementarities between various fields in involved in location and navigation, such as engineering, social sciences, and business world.
Multi-Technology Positioning book
The fellows and supervisors published a Springer book on the topics researched. See the Springer page on the book.
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