Rosvando Marques Gonzaga Junior completed a degree in electronic engineering and is currently doing a master’s degree in the same field. He comes from the University of São Paulo and research fellow at BISITE.
Ireland has changed radically and seems to have learned from the crisis it has suffered. I have had the opportunity to see how the country promotes the development of science parks, business parks, innovation units, libraries, universities and, I believe, it sets an example to follow.
Once more, we are very proud of Manuel Pérez, a member of our research group. He has participated in Cyber Shield 2019 in Ankara Turkey, an international event organized by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure and by the Information and Communication Technologies Authority in Turkey (ICTA).
We are witnessing how the internet is transforming the world, it is changing human interaction, commerce and trends. It is necessary to adapt to what the Internet means today and prepare for the changes that it is about to undergo.
Dublin has become the epicenter of technological development where thousands of global companies operate. The development of the city and of this industry have led to the emergence of big opportunities. Ireland is boosting entrepreneurship and is accelerating the growth of tech companies.
I became acquainted with the world of research years ago, when I got my first job as programmer at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK). We have been in Lisbon over the last few days where we held a kickoff meeting to launch a new European project, called SMARTSEA, I’m it’s PI and the project will be led by the University of Salamanca.