S2 Grupo is a company speciallized in security and process monitoring. Its main contribution will be correlation techniques and security and data privacy issues. S2 Grupo is coordinating the project.
Technische Universitaet Muenchen (DE)
TUM is the scientific and technical coordinator of FastFix. In addition, TUM is responsible for developing the FastFix conceptual framework and ontologies as well as the context elicitation and user modeling components.
The Irish Software Engineering Research Center (IE)
Lero, the Irish Research Software Engineering Center, focuses on specific software domains, especially those where reliability is crucial. LERO develop models, methods and tools that make it cheaper, faster or easier to produce this crucial software. As part of FastFix, Lero contributes to defining models and techniques in order to automate and facilitate self-healing and patch generation.
Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores, Investigaçao e desenvolvimento em Lisboa (PT)
INESC ID Lisboa is a non-profit institute associated with IST (of the Technical University of Lisbon) which does basic and advanced research, and technology transfer in computers, telecommunications and information systems.
TXT E-Solutions SPA (IT)
TXT contributes to the specification of the FastFix test cases in industrial environments and is responsible for the dissemination and exploitation activities of FASTFIX.
Prodevelop contributes to the specification of the FastFix test cases in industrial environments and plans to apply the results of the FastFix projects in its open source solutions.