Tag: research project
Epidempredict for COVID-19: international collaboration project
The BISITE Research Group and the AIR Institute have collaborated with the Technological University of Panama in the Epidempredict for COVID-19 project.
Teamwork keeps paying off
A few days ago Guide2Research published the seventh edition of the Ranking 2021 of the top 1000 scientists in the field of computer science and electronics worldwide.
Teamwork: among the top 2% of scientists according to Stanford rankings
Producing quality scientific results is increasingly associated with working as part of a team. In fact, in some fields it is fundamental. At BISITE (University of Salamanca) and the AIR Institute, we develop both basic and applied research projects, and we always do it as a team.
IBSAL’s workshop on the use of technology in medicine
12 Months CuidandoT programme, organized by Salamanca’s Institute of Biomedical Innovation, aims to disseminate the results of scientific research in the society.
Doctoral thesis: integration of business data
I have had the opportunity to participate in the doctoral thesis tribunal “Enterprise data integration: On extracting data from HTML tables” defended by Mr. Juan C. Roldan and directed by Drs. Rafael Corchuelo and Patricia Jiménez from the University of Seville.
Omid Abrishambaf’s thesis defence with honours
Omid Abrishambaf from the GECAD Research Group (IPP), and a collaborator with the BISITE Group at USAL, has recently defended his doctoral thesis.
Sergio Miguel Tomé wins a Marie Curie-Global Fellowship with Juan M. Corchado as Director
Understanding the brain is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century because of the enormous variety of factors that influence its functioning. Sergio Miguel Tomé, trained as a researcher at the University of Salamanca, has been awarded the prestigious Marie Curie-Global Fellowship to create computer tools for the study of one of the least known elements of the brain, extra-cellular space.
USAL seeks eight researchers to work on research projects
A total of eight researchers are needed to join the University of Salamanca to work on research projects. Graduates in Biology, Biotechnology, Medicine or Pharmacy, among other, are needed.