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.
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.
This is a project I am very proud of and which involved the development of smart hardware and software for the encryption of data that are stored with the blockchain technology.
BISITE Project is one of the 21 finalists in the II PROTOTRANSFER Competition for Market-Oriented Prototypes
On the 28th of February, the University-Business Knowledge Transfer Network selected 21 out of 83 projects which will be financed by the “II PROTOTRANSFER Competition for Market-Oriented Prototypes” within the framework of the INESPO III Project/ University-Business Knowledge Transfer. Region: Central Portugal-Castile and Leon.
Industry 4.0 is a term that has been used in the last few years, to refer to the use of new technologies in factories and the important changes that this entails. The chances are that the use of technology will continue to grow, creating altogether a new manufacturing process in which technology will be the very basis.
Koji and Kohei work on their research with BISITE, thanks to collaboration with the Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
As many of you know, I have a close working relationship with the Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan. As a result of our collaboration, Koji Hitomi and Kohei Fukuyama will be working in our BISITE Research Group until November. These two Japanese students belong to the Robotics Engineering Department of the Robotics and Design Faculty, an innovative campus located in the centre of the Japanese Osaka City.
Innovation is currently essential in the modern world. Many businesses see R+D+i as their strongest ally however there is a disparity between them and research groups, this impedes talented young people from working in areas of their interest.