Last week I had the honour of giving a lecture at the First Iberian Forum organized by Rotary, which was attended by Rotary member clubs from Spain and Portugal and various public figures. Technology, artificial intelligence, sustainable development and global security were the focus of my presentation and, above all, the link between them and the objectives of Agenda 2030.
We are once again involved in coordinating a course organized by the General Foundation of the University of Salamanca and Global Exchange, which aims to train specialists who can then join the Global Exchange staff.
Our group currently leads and participates in more than 60 national and international projects. It has given more than 20 specialized training courses, and it’s educational offer includes 7 master’s degrees in Technology Innovation.
Salamanca University Press positions itself as the 24th best academic Spanish publisher, as indicated in the “Qualitative study of academic press 2018” elaborated on the basis of data from 2014 to 2017 by the Academic Books Research Group (ILIA) from the Spanish National Research Council.
The conference will take place in Salamanca on the 11th of April at 19:00: “Feeling Space-Time. Detectors of Gravitational Waves, Black Holes and Neutron Stars” and will be delivered by Dr. Borja Sorazu (University of Glasgow).
The University of Salamanca has contracted cataloguing from that Historical and Philological Library Fund for an amount of 100,000 euro
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