Category: Bisite

BISITE participates in the development of an intelligent epidemiology platform to fight Covid-19

The pandemic that began more than a year ago in the Chinese city of Wuhan has caused significant loss of human life, as well as economic and social imbalance throughout the world. Despite the progress made with the vaccine, the pandemic continues to wreak havoc.

Follow-up meeting of the LIFE Vía de la Plata project

The project partners are preparing for the first technical visit from the European Union

JM Corchado y Jack Márquez

Jack Márquez, from UAO Colombia, is completing his PhD thesis at BISITE

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.

Ali Al Kuwari, Honorary Speaker at the SSCt 2021 international conference

The International Conference on Sustainable Smart Cities and Territories (SSCt2021) will feature top panellists, including Ali Al Kuwari, Honorary Speaker at the conference.

Intelligent decision support platform for the control of COVID-19 in Latin America

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.

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.