Digital4Business (2022-2026)

Together with our consortium partners, we are reshaping the European digital landscape with a new online masters programme that merges academia and industry. About the ProjectDigital Technology Skills Limited is proud to be a partner in a new European online masters programme, Digital4Business. Launched in December 2022, Digital4Business is a €19.92 million EU-funded project awarded […]

Future in Tech

Over a three year period, this programme will help over 1,200 non-technical jobseekers to rapidly and easily develop new digital skills and access new job opportunities within the tech sector. In summary our involvement covers: Creation of promotional campaigns Initial screening of candidates Management and co-ordination of formal offer process with candidates Liaison with the […]

Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet

This is a government funded and industry-led project – the largest in the Skillnet Ireland family of over 70 networks.  Working under the aegis of Technology Ireland in Ibec, DTSL has responsibility for the overall management of this project.  A turnkey service from implementation to completion each year.  Overall Dimensions of the Project Promote the […]

CECIL (2015-2017)

Website CECIL was one of the 6 Cluster Excellence projects financed by the European Commission and the only one focused on Digital Creative Industries. The Cluster Excellence Programme of the European Commission is aimed at strengthening the cluster management excellence in the EU as a way to provide more professional business services to European SMEs […]

eDIGIREGION (2014-2017)

Website eDIGIREGION, a unique collaborative project that brings together four high-potential research-driven clusters in diverse European regions (South East Ireland, Central Hungary, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain and Bucharest-Ilfov, Romania). The aim of eDIGIREGION was to use the triple helix partnership to plan, design and implement an ecosystem of research, innovation, creativity, and commercialisation that supports the […]

ICT COST Action IC1406 High-Performance Modelling and Simulation for Big Data Applications (cHiPSet) (2015-2019)

Website The Big Data era poses a critically difficult challenge and striking development opportunities in High-Performance Computing (HPC): how to efficiently turn massively large data into valuable information and meaningful knowledge. Computationally effective HPC is required in a rapidly increasing number of data-intensive domains, such as Life and Physical Sciences, and Socioeconomic Systems. Modelling and […]

Smardy (2021-2024)

Website Smardy will develop a research data marketplace for technology transfer built as a software and data carpentry (i.e., developing and teaching workshops on the main data skills required to conduct research), where academia, industry, and government can exchange curated datasets, technology, and tools to foster economic and social development. From a business perspective, such […]

TrainRDM (2020-2023)

Website Open Science (OS) opens up new ways in which research, education and innovation are undertaken, archived, curated, and disseminated across the globe. Open Science is not about dogma per se: it is about greater efficiency and productivity, more transparency, and a better response to interdisciplinary research needs. But OS requires a cultural change in […]

CERCIRAS – Cost Action – OC-2019_1-24104 Connecting Education and Research Communities for an Innovative Resource Aware Society (2020 – 2024)

Website and follow us on LinkedIn Parallel computing platforms have revolutionised the hardware landscape by providing high-performance, low-energy, and specialized (viz. heterogeneous) processing capabilities to a variety of application domains, including mobile, embedded, data-centre and high-performance computing. However, to leverage their potential, system designers must strike a difficult balance in the apportionment of resources to […]

European Software Skills Alliance (2020-2024)

The European Software Skills Alliance includes leading ICT representative bodies, software services employers, education and training providers, recruitment and career specialists, digital skills regulatory bodies and a broad selection of stakeholders and social partners from across the industry. They are all working together to develop, implement and disseminate a new Sector Skills Strategy that will tackle the current and future skills shortages in the European Software Sector, enabling continuous growth, innovation and competitiveness within the Industry.