Category: Research

Niloufar Shoeibi, from Iran, will be involved in Machine Learning projects

The BISITE Research Group continues to grow, our newest member is Niloufar Shoeibi Babazadeh, she is a Computer Hardware Engineer from Babol Noshirvani University of Technology.

Zakieh Alizadeh joins BISITE to collaborate in cybersecurity projects 

Zakieh Alizadeh-Sani joined our research group recently. She is from Iran and holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad and will now pursue a master’s degree at the University of Salamanca.

Javier Parra, a new member of the BISITE Research Group

Holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Salamanca, Parra has extensive experience in the private sector, working in research, development, innovation and the digital domain. 

AIR Institute opens a new branch in Béjar

Yesterday we visited the premises of the International Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science – AIR Institute – in Béjar.

More good news for researchers

Having closely followed the projects of the “SFI Centres for Research Training” programme, managed by Science Foundation Ireland, I am pleased to learn that an additional 100 million euros have been allocated to support research, with the opening of 6 new SFI centres.

Digital creation and artificial intelligence

We have once again received Miki Ueno in our group. She comes from the Toyohashi University of Technology and will continue working on our digital creation and artificial intelligence project.

The promotion of French entrepreneurship in Castile and León. Knowledge transfer

I had the honour of participating in a meeting with French companies based in Castile and León.

An innovative programme that will contract 700 postgraduate students: an opportunity to do your thesis in top institutions in Ireland

Today we received excellent news, the call for “SFI Centres for Research Training Programme”, extraordinarily well managed by the Science Foundation Ireland, has been approved.

Conference at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory

I was delighted to return to the Plymouth Marine Laboratory to give a talk on artificial intelligence. I first went there in 1994 to work as a computer programmer and that is where I learned about research from Jim Aiken, whom you see in the photograph with me.