At BISITE we work on the development of Smart city concepts and their applications in Barcelona, Istanbul, Doha and other cities. As we have become experts in this field, we can not only work on extraordinarily interesting projects but also enjoy them with our students. The transformation of cities has come to stay.
Efforts are being made in Bangalore to create new, better organised and less dense neighbourhoods, through the creation of elevated highways and the use of technology to improve traffic.
Digital Innovation Hubs promote projects to improve our SMEs and cities, a great opportunity that we can’t miss!
We have been working for years on the My-TRAC project, financed by the European Union. As in many other projects, we now have to adapt the result to the new situation.
Recruitment as we knew it a decade ago has changed significantly, the use of print-out CVs is becoming less frequent. Candidates use the online platforms or channels of a company to apply for a job.
I have been collaborating with the Osaka Institute of Technology for years. This institute is part of a network of education centres closely linked to large multinational companies such as Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Shimano, etc.
Understanding the brain is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century because of the enormous variety of factors that influence its functioning. Sergio Miguel Tomé, trained as a researcher at the University of Salamanca, has been awarded the prestigious Marie Curie-Global Fellowship to create computer tools for the study of one of the least known elements of the brain, extra-cellular space.
Shanghai is working on the development of Smart Districts and it is on its way to becoming a leading Smart City. Given the size and rate of growth of this city, it may be difficult to imagine this objective becoming a reality.