Tag: Research

EU budget for digital progress of the future

In the European Union (EU), digital transformation is conceived as the key to unlocking future growth in Europe. Indeed, the EU’s long-term budget, namely the European Multiannual Financial Framework, will help to bridge the EU’s digital investment gap for the period 2021 – 2027.

Traceability: a cryptochip for secure electrical network management

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.

Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Entrepreneurial opportunities

Immense opportunities are offered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Blockchain for the development of new businesses.

Denisa Reshef Kera, a Marie Curie Postdoc and her ambitious projects in BISITE

Denisa Reshef Kera, a Marie Curie Postdoc and her ambitious projects in BISITE

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.

DEVA – A grand experience

It has been a pleasure for me to collaborate with the Directorate for Evaluation and Accreditation (DEVA), of the Andalusian Agency for Knowledge.

Trustsurvey, the system that allows to verify online surveys

Once again, in line with the most disruptive advances and new technologies, our research group joins Eurostar, The aim of this collaboration is to create Trustsurvey, a new technology that is going to verify online surveys through “Big Data” and Artificial Intelligence.

17th International Conference on High Performance Computing and Simulation (HPCS 2019)

The seventeenth International Conference on High Performance Computing and Simulation (HPCS 2019) is going to take place from the 15th to the 19th of July, 2019 in Dublin (Ireland).

Working with Prof. Oshima on indoor positioning projects

We have been fortunate enough to have Professor Oshima and his colleagues visit our group. We’ve been working with them on interesting research projects that employ novel technology for indoor positioning.

Trinity College Dublin

I have had the opportunity to visit Trinity College Dublin, in the company of my colleagues, Fiona, Xiao-li and Peter.