Research Academic Computer Technology Institute

The Research Academic Computer Technology Institute - RACTI (Greek: Ερευνητικό Ακαδημαϊκό Ινστιτούτο Τεχνολογίας Υπολογιστών) is a research institute in Greece under supervision of the Hellenic Ministry of Education. RACTI is also known as Computer Technology Institute (abbreviated CTI). RACTI's headquarters are located in Patras Greece.

The RA CTI's objectives are defined as follows:

  • To conduct basic and applied research in hardware and software technology, networks, and the Information Society's socioeconomic impact
  • To design and develop products and services
  • To support all kinds of ICT education and training in relation to the Information Society
  • To develop technology and transfer know-how
  • To provide consultancy, design and administrative services concerning the Information Society to the Ministry of National Education & Religious Affairs and to the public sector in general, to natural and legal entities and social institutions


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