Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro, from Osaka University, gave the first presentation at the Spanish Conference on Computer Science which was is currently underway at the University of Salamanca.
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.
The University of Salamanca was awarded 7 University-Business collaborative projects in the Collaboration Challenge sponsored by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.
One day event organised by the General Foundation of the University of Salamanca and presented by the 3CIN Foundation.
The University of Salamanca hosted 40 attendees for an informative one-day seminar on 8 July to provide information on the 2016 Call for Individual Fellowships for the Marie Sklodowska Curie Research Fellowship Programme as part […]
This pilot programme for the Spanish university system plans to incorporate prestigious researchers into Spanish universities.
The University of Salamanca hosted the CTS-I OEI Conference in Salamanca, bringing together professors and researchers in the field.
Mexican researcher Rosario Mirabal is working on a Doctorate in Logic and Philosophy of Science at the University of Salamanca.
Doctorate students at the Institute of Neurosciences of Castile and Leon (INCYL) at the University of Salamanca try to understand the brain and neurological diseases.
Debates about the participation of Universities in businesses launched by the University itself are both necessary and enriching.
With their presence during the inauguration of the new honoris causa, the King and Queen of Spain demonstrated their commitment to the Spanish language and the city of Salamanca.
Researchers at the University of Salamanca continue to generate resources and projects that stimulate our society.
The project for both companies consists of an intelligent device that incorporates extremely useful parameters to obtain efficient energy.
“The development of all language components during early childhood education involves an essential requirement to obtain reading skills, since oral language serves as a support for written language”.
The objective of the CERL-REBIUM Seminar, which took place today in the Faculty of Translation and Documentation, is to study and disseminate the sources of historical bibliographical collections.