Siren (Social Games for Conflict Resolution Based on Natural Interaction) was an European funded (FP7-258453) research project exploring a new type of educational game, the conflict resolution game, which takes advantage of recent advances in serious games, social networks, computational intelligence and emotional modelling to create uniquely motivating and educating games that can help sha
pe how children think about and handle conflict. The project has six partners, including the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC), an European Game Company, Serious Games, Bath University in the UK and ITU in Denmark. The general coordination of the project is done by  
Kostas Karpouzis from the National Technical University of Athens, in Greece.