Month: February 2021

IBSAL’s workshop on the use of technology in medicine

12 Months CuidandoT programme, organized by Salamanca’s Institute of Biomedical Innovation, aims to disseminate the results of scientific research in the society.

Smart and sustainable mobility

Mobility is key to the development of smart cities. New cities aim to reduce traffic and, thus, lower the environmental impact and the level of CO2 emissions.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Genomic Research

Genetic diseases are a reflection of our genome, identifying the exact mutation will allow to analyse it in depth and, therefore, find an appropriate treatment for each case.

SSCt2021: AI applications in smart cities

Artificial Intelligence (AI) belongs to the discipline of engineering, becoming increasingly important in industrial, medical, social and day-to-day contexts. The range of application possibilities and the increasing number of success cases, combined with the current availability of data and sensing hardware, are fuelling the development of advanced systems. These innovative systems are capable of solving problems that seemed impossible to tackle some time ago.

mHealth patient-centred technologies

I has been a pleasure for me to give a guest lecture under the title “Mobile Sensors & Technologies for Healthcare” in the framework of the congress “mHealth patient-centred technologies: the future is now” organized by the Higher Institute of Engineering of Oporto.

Connecting Cultures around the Globe at IEEE GLOBECOM 2021

This year’s IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2021) will be held under the theme “Connecting Cultures around the Globe”. This is the very first time Spain is the host of this conference, which will take place in Madrid from December 7 to 11, 2021 at IFEMA.

AIoT in Smart Cities

Today I had the pleasure of giving a lecture on AIoT in smart cities, in the framework of a colloquium organized by the Autonomous University of Manizales, Colombia.