The Centre has collaborated with many key partners for past and current projects, including:
- University of Birmingham, UK
- Brunel University, UK
- University of Essex, UK
- University of Nottingham, UK
- University of Granada, Spain
- University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
- University of Southern California, USA
- Wisconsin University Hospital, USA
- Harvard Medical School, USA
- University of Missouri, USA
- Universitat Klinic Eppendorf Hamburg, Germany
- The Karolinska Institute at Huddinge Hospital Stockholm, Sweden
- Northeastern University, China
- Network Rail
- Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB)
- Manchester Computing
- Trelleborg Industrial AVS
- Unipart Logisitics Ltd
- Preactor International Ltd
- Rolls Royce
- Go Travel Solutions
- Go Mad Ltd
- Dailys UK
- Data Perspective Ltd
The CCI is currently involved in many commercial projects devising or using computational intelligence.
Evolutionary Computation for Dynamic Optimisation in Network Environments
A 4-year EPSRC project studying evolutionary computation methods for solving dynamic optimisation problems in different networks, including rail networks, in collaboration with University of Birmingham, Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) and Network Rail.
GS-A-DM-DS — Grey Systems and Its Application to Data Mining and Decision Support
A highly multidisciplinary EU research project, combining knowledge of grey systems, computational intelligence and management science.
Evolutionary Computation for Optimised Rail Travel (EsCORT)
A collaboration with Go Travel Solutions, a Leicester based SME specialising in assisting businesses to develop sustainable travel solutions.
A joint venture between DMU and Ringtrack to develop embedded applications for the Ringtrack Telematics Platform (RTP)
Integrating Mobility Vehicles and Devices with Smart Homes
A EMDA Transport iNet Initiative developing concepts in support of mobile telecare, specifically focusing on the users of mobility scooters.
Go Mad KTP
A Knowledge transfer partnership with Go Mad Ltd who specialise in developing people's ability to achieve results. This project is to develop an online tool to allow Go Mad Ltd to deliver some of their methods equipping people with the mindset and skills to make significant personal and business improvements.
For more information on current projects undertaken by the CCI and the diversity of these projects, please click here.