USAL’s Intelligent Systems Master students visit the new AIR Institute facilities

The Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence Centre and AIR Institute’s headquarters in Salamanca, inaugurated on Avenida Santiago Madrigal last September, is now hosting more than 60 researchers working in different disciplines.

In less than two months, the building has already hosted several visits and events, mainly the conferences from the Salamanca Tech initiative “Aeronautical Industry: an engine for technological development” and “Quantum technology“, coordinated by the AIR Institute and the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca in collaboration with the Salamanca Town Council.

On this occasion, we welcomed young students studying for the Master’s Degree in Intelligent Systems at USAL, two of them – Javier García Pechero and José Antonio Cordón Muñoz – are part of the AIR Institute team. The students were able to learn about our company and the different teams and projects in which we are involved. In addition, we demonstrated electronics and digital animation projects, to show them the tools and technologies we work with and the connections between their training in the master’s degree and our daily work.

Demonstration of a digital animation project by AIR Institute

The main objective of the visit is to show students the possibilities offered by AIR Institute to attract new researchers like them. In this way, they can be part of the teams and take advantage of their training and specialisation in suitable roles, as students from different areas of science such as mathematics, physics or computer engineering are enrolled in the Master in Intelligent Systems, which are highly demanded disciplines in the fields of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.

It has been a pleasure to welcome them and let them know that they can continue their professional development with AIR Institute.

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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