Occupational safety and health is an area of critical importance to organizations, especially in the industrial sector where workers are exposed to many physical hazards.
The traditional approach to this subject is based on a protocol that combines training and the use of (PPE), short for, personal protective equipment, which refers to any device or means that can protect the worker from a hazard.
I’ve had the pleasure of participating in the 12th International Conference on Information Security #12ENISE in the Exhibition Palace, Leon, an event organized by the National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), which gathers both national and international companies and professionals working in the field of Cybersecurity.
This will be the 34th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing, held in Limassol (Cyprus) from 8th to 12th of August 2019. I am pleased to be part of the organizing committee of the bioinformatics track, together with Paola Lecca and Dan Tulpan. This internationally renowned congress will once again bring together great researchers in the field of applied programming.
Over the course of the KMO Congress 2018 in Zilina (Slovakia), we presented several projects of the Bisite group in the field of Defense and Cyber Security. Since many years we’re working on interesting and far-reaching projects with companies and heads of security forces from different countries.
Iran is developing large infrastructures and is firmly committed to promoting IoT and Efficient Development Projects
During my trip to Iran, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with the executives of the Mazandaran Corporation. Together we analyzed aspects related to the potential application of the IoT in civil engineering projects, construction and sustainable development.
It has been a pleasure for me to participate in the “1st Construction Engineering and Development Conference: International Workshops”, held from the 17th to the 22nd of July 2018, it was organized by the University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran.
Not so long ago, we had the pleasure of welcoming Professor Lorna Uden, member of the Centre for Information, Intelligence and Security Systems (CIISS) from Staffordshire University. She visited the cities of Salamanca, Ávila and Zamora to select the future venue for the KMO and LTEC congresses.
Every year Startup Olé attracts thousands of participants from different countries. This time there have been more than 10,000 attendees at the event. In addition, some 500 startups, 70 accelerators and 20 universities, have participated.
A committee of experts chaired by Barbacid has selected five researchers who will benefit from the talent attraction program which has been promoted by the Salamanca city council over this year.