Category: Bisite

Amin Shokri Gazafroudi, from Iran to the University of Salamanca

He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in computer engineering in the Department of Computer Science and Automation, the University of Salamanca(USAL), Salamanca, Spain. Besides, he is one of the researchers of the DREAM-GO project in […]

Technology against gender violence

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women was commemorated on the 25th of November, as 56 years have passed since the chauvinist murder of the three Mirabal sisters in the Dominican Republic. In […]

Francisco Prieto Castrillo, new member of the Group BISITE

He is a theoretical physicist and has worked in areas such as statistical physics, artificial intelligence, intelligent energy networks or seismic engineering.

Professor Kazuyoshi Oshima visits the BISITE research group

Some of his students will be spending a three month stay in our laboratories.

Robot societies, closer and closer to reality

Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro, from Osaka University, gave the first presentation at the Spanish Conference on Computer Science which was is currently underway at the University of Salamanca.

The BISITE research group’s app to detect violence on Twitter

A tool to detect how violent offenders write, what they talk about or where they commit offenses.

Dr. Tiago Pinto awarded “Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship” to join BISITE
BISITE awarded Most Relevant Computing Organisation in Castile and Leon

BISITE awarded Most Relevant Computing Organisation in Castile and Leon

The award recognizes the multidisciplinary, international and interuniversitary composition of the research group. Salamanca native Luis Enrique Corredera de Colsa was named Engineer of the Year.