We are pleased to announce that our director, Professor Juan Manuel Corchado, has been elected as the editor-in-chief of the Electronics journal (ISSN 2079-9292), specifically of the Computer Science & Engineering section.
BISITE Marie Curie research fellow, Denisa Kera, was a keynote speaker at the conference dedicated to the so-called “maker movement” at the occasion of the inauguration of the first JRC makerspace in Ispra, May 15 - 17th.
It has been an honour for me to represent our Research Group at an important meeting on cybersecurity, organized by the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castile and Leon (ICE), as part of the work developed by the Regional Working Group on Cybersecurity of which we are a part of.
A few days ago we participated in Startup Olé, an internationally renowned entrepreneurship event that has helped us contact numerous companies and investors.
Álvaro Bartolomé is a Computer Science student who has been a part of our group for some time now. His effort and involvement in our University’s Business Knowledge Transfer Programme (KTP) are exemplary.
On March 12th we had the pleasure of receiving Majorel's Business Unit Manager in Salamanca, José Andrés García, as well as part of the Management team that directs the development of regional Artificial Intelligence projects in the company; Javier Sanz - Regional Operations Director, Eduardo Balseiros - IT Director, Javier Cano - Business Transformation Director and Modesto Íñigo - IT Manager.
Tecnoempleo, a job search website in the fields of computer science, telecommunications and technologies, has joined forces with the BISITE Research Group, in an effort to investigate in the development of artificial intelligence models and perform studies that are going to help improve employability.
The BISITE Research Group, from the University of Salamanca, is interested in hiring a Higher Degree Graduate in Computer Science. A higher degree or Vocational Training graduate in electronics, electricity, automation, or specializations related to electronics and computer science, would also eligible.
The BISITE Research Group from the University of Salamanca, is interested in hiring a graduate, preferably a Vocational Training graduate in electronics. Vocational Training graduates in electricity, automation, or specializations related to electronics and computer science would also be eligible.