Projects International projects

Participation of IECS in international projects

H2020 ECSEL project "Intelligent Motion Control Platform for Smart Mechatronic Systems" (I-MECH)

(I-MECH Grant Agreement no 737453)

Duration: 36 months (2017 - 2020)

Partners: 32 partners from 11 countries.

H2020 ECSEL project "Advancing fail-aware, fail-safe, and fail-operational electronic components, systems, and architectures for highly and fully automated driving to make future mobility safer, more efficient, affordable, and end-user acceptable" (AUTODRIVE)

(AUTODRIVE Grant Agreement no 737469)

Duration: 36 months (2017 - 2020)

Partners: 58 partners from 13 countries.

ERA-NET project "Frictionless Energy Efficient Convergent Wearables  For Healthcare and Lifestyle Applications" (CONVERGENCE)

Duration: 36 months (2017 - 2020)

Partners: 17 partners from 8 countries.

H2020 ECSEL project „Integrated Components for Complexity Control in Affordable Electrified Cars” (3Ccar)

(3Ccar Grant Agreement no 662192), see

Duration: 36 months (2015 - 2018)

Partners: 50 partners from 14 countries.

EEA/Norway Grants “Research and Scholarship” programme project "Health and Social Indicators of Participation in Physical Activities for Children with Disabilities" (HIPPAC)

Duration: 22 months (2015 - 2017)

Partners: 4 partners from 2 countries.

EU FP7 ARTEMIS project: "Dependable Embedded Wireless Infrastructure" 

(DEWI Grant Agreement no 621353), see

Duration: 36 months (2014 - 2017)

Partners: 58 partners from 11 countries.

EU 7FP project „Development of Novel X-ray Inspection Systems for Fast Automated Detection of Counterfeit PCB Components” (ChipCheck, FP7 grant agreement no 262212), see

Duration: 24 months (2010-2012)

Partners: TWI (UK), Innospexion APS (Denmark), Accent Pro 2000 s.r.l (Romania), Computerised Information Technology Ltd (UK), Semicon Sp. z o. o.(Poland), Kentro Erevnas Technologias Kai Anaptyxis Thessalias (Greece), Surface mount and related technologies Ltd (UK), Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (Latvia)

EU Sixth Framework Programme project MODULINSPEX (NMP2-CT-2005-016882) Modular High Speed X-ray Detection and Sorting Systems for Production Process Control and Packaging Quality Control.

Duration: 2005-2008 (36 months)


Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme. Project IST-2001-34552.

Project acronym: DASPTOOL
Project full title:  Development of tools for direct digital alias-free processing of RF and microwave signals with demonstrations of their application potential.

Duration: 2002 – 2005 (36 months).

Partners: Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (Coordinator), Latvia (IECS);
Lattelekom SIA, Latvia (Ltt);
Institute of Applied Microelectronics and Computer Science, University of Rostock, Germany   (UoR);
Ragnar Granit Institute, Technical University of Tampere, Finland (RGI);
University of Westminster, United Kingdom  (UoW);
Cybernetica AS, Estonia (Cybernetica).

Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme. Project IST-1999-21004 Actions providing access to DASP technology for digital designing of Microwave and Radio Frequency IST systems (EURODASP).

Duration: 2000 - 2002 (24 months).

Partners: German Aerospace Center DLR (Germany), Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (Latvia), University of Westminster (UK), Institute of Applied Microelectronics and Computer Science, University of Rostock (Germany), SEND Signal-Elektronik und Netz-Dienste GmbH (Germany), DASP Lab Ltd. (UK)

COPERNICUS. Project CP 9401341. Parallel Computing for Real-Time High-Resolution Randomized Reconstruction of Backscattered Laser-Doppler Signals.

Duration: 1995 - 1998. (36 months).

Partners: Medizinische Universitat zu Lubeck (Germany), ISATEC Soft- und Hardware GmbH (Germany), Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (Latvia), Signal Processing Institute, Ltd. (Latvia), Industrial Institute of Electronics (Poland).

Programme BIOMED. European Concerted Action. Laser-Doppler Flowmetry for Microcirculatory Monitoring.

Duration: 1994 - 1995 (18 months).

Partners: 24 organizations from EU and CEEC.

COPERNICUS. Project No.8254. Complexity Reduced Large Aperture Arrays.

Duration: 1994 - 1996 (24 months).

Partners: Universidad Polittecnica de Catalonya (Spain), Institute of Electronics and Computer  Science (Latvia), Signal Processing Institute, Ltd. (Latvia), University of Westminster (UK).

COPERNICUS. Project CP 0536. Concerted Action for Stimulation and Support of East-West Collaborations in the Areas of Microelectronics and Signal Processing (BENEFIT).

Duration: 1993 - 1996 (36 months).

Partners: 19 organizations from Austria, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Russian Federation, Latvia, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Slovakia, Hungary, Germany.

Supplementary Agreement No.2: ERBCIPD 930032 with DRL - Institute of Optoelectronics (Germany) Irregularized Signal Processing Based on Improvement of Lidar Measurement Techniques to the basic Project Improvement of Lidar Measurement Techniques for Discrimination of Polar Stratosferic Cloud and Volcanic Aerosols.

Duration: 1993 - 1994 (24 months).

COPERNICUS. PECO 7668 EEMCN. East European Microelectronics Cooperation Network of Support and Competence Centres of Central and Eastern European Countries.

Duration: 1993- 1996 (39 months)

Partners: 13 organizations from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Germany.

Cost 229. Irregularized Digital Signal Processing in Telecommunications.

Duration: 1993 - 1994 (24 months).