If you live in Salamanca or happen to be wandering about the city, it’s very possible that you have bumped into any one of the participants of the Spanish Conference on Computer Science currently underway.
The Ministry of Economy will grant 5 million euros to Salamanca, 1.4 of which are earmarked for the academic institution.
Enabling demand response for short and real-time efficient and market-based smart grid operation. An intelligent and real-time simulation approach
Smart Grid (SG) concepts are rapidly being transferred to the market and huge investments have been made in renewable-based electricity generation and rolling out smart meters.
The University of Salamanca has developed a project to design a biofertilizer based on indigenous bacteria which assist in the development of fodder and cereal grains.