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DALICC receives honorary mention from Lower Austrian Chamber of Commerce

by taspel | October 03, 2019

On Tuesday, October 1, 2019, DALICC received a honorary mention from the chamber of commerce of Lower Austria in the category "best innovation from a research organisation".  We are happy and proud about this and thank the jury for their decision!


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DALICC presented at the Austrian "Long Night of Research"

by taspel | April 19, 2018

DALICC presented its interim results at the Austrian "Long Night of Research" at the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten on April 13, 2018. One of the highlights was the attendance of the governor of Lower Austria, Mrs. Johanna Mikl-Leitner (3rd from right), as well as the mayor of St. Poelten, Mr. Matthias Stadler (2nd from right),  who informed herself about the project's aims and the state of the art.

Fotocredit: FH St. Pölten / Tobias Sautner.

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DALICC poster presented at Semantics 2017 conference in Amsterdam

by taspel | October 05, 2017

Tassilo Pellegrini presenting DALICC at Semantics 2017

On September 12, 2017 DALICC presented a poster atn the 13th International Conference on Semantic Systems - Semantics 2017 - in Amsterdam, giving insights into the extended DALICC rights expression language (REL).

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DALICC wins 1st prize in Austrian ICT innovation contest

by taspel | June 26, 2017

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DALICC won the first prize in the IMAGINE 2017 ICT idea contest organized by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency and the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology. The event took place on June 21, 2017 and featured eleven pitches from which a jury elected the three most promising and disruptive ICT innovation projects.

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DALICC gave a presentation at the 1st LegalTech Meetup in Vienna

by taspel | April 03, 2017

On April 3, 2017 the first LegalTech Meetup took place in Vienna bringing together people from law firms, publishing houses and start-up and investment companies to exchange ideas on the future of legal professions and the role of technology therein.

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