Institute for Systems, Informatics and Safety (Ispra ISIS)
Institut des systèmes, de l'information et de la sûreté
1990, as Centre for Information Technologies and Electronics -- Centre des technologies de l'information et de l'électronique, as one of 8 institutes constituting E-XE5547 - Joint Research Centre (JRC), a Directorate-General of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Subsequently became: Centre for Systems Engineering and Informatics -- Centre des technologies de l'information et de l'électronique; Institute for Systems Engineering and Informatics (Ispra ISEI) -- Institut d'ingénierie des systèmes et de l'informatique. Present name adopted 1996. Also referred to as ISIS. Merged with part of U-XK0296 - Space Applications Institute (Ispra SAI) to form U-XK2117 - Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC), Sep 2001.
Support European Union policies with systems-oriented research in areas where the safety and humanitarian security of the citizen are of concern; develop techniques for the assessment of risk in complex systems; apply information, communication and engineering technologies for improving their reliability, safety and security.
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