The history of XIX century consists of great scientific discoveries which illuminated the contemporary era. Researchers in Great Britain, France, Germany and the United States, as well as other countries, developed a formidable activity which […]
The age-old debate of man vs. machine has resurfaced in recent years, this time due to a decrease in the number of jobs associated with what is referred to as Industry 4.0.
He will work on the ADAPT project, targeting the electric energy sector.
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.
This pilot programme for the Spanish university system plans to incorporate prestigious researchers into Spanish universities.
Salamanca boasts a significant number of researchers.
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.
Mexican researcher Rosario Mirabal is working on a Doctorate in Logic and Philosophy of Science at the University of Salamanca.
Research in nanotechnology, microelectronics, photonics and climate change is top priority for the European Union.
BISITE Research group is working on a research line about sentiment analysis focused on developing a new platform to undertake multilingual sentiment analysis.
Spain obtained more than 1.100M euros in direct assistance to finance R&D activities between 2014 and 2015.
Debates about the participation of Universities in businesses launched by the University itself are both necessary and enriching.
The event was held at the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid at 10.00 this morning, and was inaugurated by the Development Department for the Regional Council of Castile and Leon.
The University of Salamanca has launched a small but ambitious programme to finance research and transfer, and it is now yielding its first fruits.