Jack Márquez is a Computer Engineer and a specialist in computer security. He is currently pursuing his PhD in engineering at the Universidad Autónoma de Occidente de Santiago de Cali in Colombia. He joined the BISITE group to complete his doctoral thesis and will stay with us until the end of May, by which time he hopes to have completed his research.
The International Conference on Sustainable Smart Cities and Territories (SSCt2021) will feature top panellists, including Ali Al Kuwari, Honorary Speaker at the conference.
A few days ago I attended the presentation of the portrait of the Rector Daniel Hernández Ruipérez along with the rest of the Vice Rectors who have worked with him during his term at the head of the University of Salamanca.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the technologies that has had the greatest impact in recent years, it is no longer limited to one or other sectors, we now have it present in many of the objects we use every day, in industrial processes, in companies, in our homes and some healthcare systems around the world are beginning to incorporate it to have greater control and precision of the data.
Disruptive technologies are changing the way we develop our computing systems. The Chandubhai S. Patel Institute of Technology, Charusat University of Science and Technology, invited me to give a keynote talk on how AI, IoT and Edge Computing are being used together to create new computing systems; platforms that offer new functionalities in the field of connected industry, precision agriculture, farming, and smart territories.
Innovation is one of the great driving forces behind the evolution of our society. The European Commission is aware of this and has therefore designed several programmes to promote the incorporation of new technologies in different areas.
Today I delivered the keynote “Smart Cities: Fast development of intelligent management systems” at theInternational Workshop on Emerging Trends, Issues, and Challenges in Computer Science and Applications (IWETCS-2021).
The BISITE group from the University of Salamanca has participated in the development of the SIE project- EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM FOR DECISION MAKING SUPPORT IN THE CONTROL OF COVID-19 IN LATIN AMERICA.