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Papers from two projects based at the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University have been recognized for excellence at preeminent research conferences. Both projects were recipients of the Red Hat Collaboratory 2022 and 2023 Research Incubation Awards. Details...
A data-science-driven sustainability project supported by Red Hat Research was recognized as a FIWARE iHub at the 2023 FIWARE Summit in Vienna, Austria. Based on the SmartaByar smart village in Sweden, the project was a recipient of the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Research Incubation Award in 2022 and 2023. FIWARE describes iHubs as centers for accelerated growth that support companies, cities, and developers in their innovation and digitalization journey by offering easy access to open source technologies, business development support, and community building.
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