The Ibero-American Conference on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was held from the 27th to the 29th of June and was attended by more than 400 participants. The aim of the meeting is to strengthen our commitment to achieving the United Nations’ Goals for Sustainable Development for 2030.
We are very pleased with the recent visit of a delegation of 70 professors from various Korean universities; they came to attend the Smart Media and Applications meeting organized in the University of Salamanca by our Research Group, BISITE.
I used this opportunity to tell them about all our projects and learn about the innovations they are working on.
The conference took place in Toledo, from the 20th to the 22nd of June and I saw some very interesting research at the 9th International Symposium on Ambient Intelligence (ISAMI), which is part of the PAAMS Conference.
The success of this year’s International Conference on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence (DCAI)
Like every year, a new edition of the International Conference on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence (DCAI) was held this week. 15 memorable editions are already behind us, this means that it is the 15th time that more than 300 participants gathered to share our ideas, projects and knowledge, all related to distributed computing and artificial intelligence, and their application in different areas.
The 16th edition of PAAMS in Toledo is an international forum for research on multi-agent agents and systems.
Every year I attend the International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems and this was no different. The 16th edition was held in the beautiful city of Toledo with more than 300 participants.
A conference that provides an international forum to present and discuss the latest scientific developments and their effective applications, to assess the impact of the approach and to facilitate technology transfer in the field of agent and multi-agent systems
The session at which IBM Hackathon Cogs for Good presented its works took place today at the 16th edition of Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Conference. These works had been selected a few months ago at the Hackathon events held in Valencia and Salamanca.
During my trip to Panama, I had the opportunity to meet with Dr. Héctor M. Montemayor, rector of the Technological University of Panama and the Vice Rector of Research, Postgraduate courses and University Extension Programs, Dr. Alexis B. Tejedor.
I have had the opportunity to visit the Panama Canal and see its expansion, an engineering marvel. Many Spanish engineers have participated in this extraordinary project. It is impressive to see the structure from up close, get familiar with the developed technology and the new forms of work which have changed over time.
One of the members of our research group received the title of a doctor just a few days ago. Alfonso González Briones defended his doctoral thesis on the 1st of June.
The title of his doctoral thesis is “A Multi-agent architecture for optimizing energy consumption using comfort agreements” and I myself have had the pleasure to supervise it.