Ashish Arora from the Indian Institute of Technology Dharwad, India, is in the final year of his undergraduate degree at the department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Our group has been granted an award for the HERMES project, as the most outstanding work on the topic of Computer Science at the XII Computer Engineering Event of Castile and León, organized by the Engineering College (CPIICyL), in collaboration with the Pontificia University of Salamanca.
Last week we attended the first follow-up meeting of the My-TRAC project, held in Brussels. We have met with our partners to report on the progress and to establish the next steps to be taken concerning the project objectives.
We’ve all had a negative experience with a travel company or a transport service at some point in our lives. In some cases, service providers are directly responsible for these shortcomings while in others the company has no fault due to events that are beyond its control.
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.
The increase in the amount of terrorist attacks organized by radicalized groups has motivated researcher to create strategies that will help the security forces to fight against the terrorist propaganda spread by organized groups such as ISIS.
We had the pleasure of receiving the authorities from the National University of Hurlingham (UNAHUR) Argentina. A commission led by the rector of the house of studies, Lic. Jaime Perczyk, visited the laboratories of the group.
Denisa Reshef Kera joined our group several months ago and is going to stay with us until 2020. Denisa is the third Marie Curie Postdoc in BISITE.